Ozzie Rodriguez is a multi-faceted actor with experience on stage, film, television, commercials, and voiceovers.

Ozzie has been featured in many prominent shows like This Is Us, The Fosters, Dirty John, and Amazon's Mrs. Fitzgerald is Missing.  As a series regular, Ozzie and his cast mates were the recipients of the 2015 ITV Fest's Best Acting Ensemble Award for their work on the first season of F#@k, I Love U.  He has also booked numerous commercials both nationally and internationally for major clients, such as Metro PCS, Century Link, Toyota, Coors Light, and Tresiba, a special advertisement helmed by Academy Award-nominated director, Morten Tyldum.

On stage, Ozzie has performed in various productions, working with famed director Randal Kleiser (i.e., Grease, The Blue Lagoon) on the world premiere of The Penis Chronicles (a male counterpart to the controversial The Vagina Monologues) and touring with LA Theatre Works for the radio play, Lucy Loves Desi: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Sitcom.  He has also performed improv and sketch comedy on many stages in LA from his extensive training at UCB, The Groundlings, and The Pack Theater.

Ozzie is also a prominent voiceover artist for several commercials, podcasts, and educational platforms.  As a prominent audiobook narrator for many young adult novels through Penguin Random House Audio and Audible, he is the recipient of four Audiofile Earphone Awards (Multi-narrative).  His voice has been featured in popular books, such as George R. R. Martin's anthology Wild Cards, JC Cervantes' The Storm Runner series, and The House at the Bottom of the Lake by Josh Malerman.   

Ozzie continues to work on many media platforms today, publishing his own poetry book called Elephant. He also continues to pursue his lifelong endeavor of creating a production team focused on personal and special interest projects centered around cultural issues and bringing a positive light to the Latinx community.