Jsu Garcia
Miami Vice Characters
Metro-Dade Gang Unit Officer Ramirez ("The Good Collar")
Colon ("Badge of Dishonor")
October 6, 1963, New York City, New York

Jsu Garcia (born October 6, 1963, New York City, New York) is an American actor, known early in his career as Nick Corri, who appeared as Metro-Dade Gang Unit officer Ramirez, working undercover in the Apostles gang in the episode "The Good Collar", and Colon, one of the South Beach "bad cops" in the episode "Badge of Dishonor" of the series Miami Vice.


Garcia began his career as an extra in the TV series Fame, his other TV appearances include the TV movies The House of Ramon Iglesia (with Jaime L. Sanchez and Annie Golden), The Bronx Zoo (with Mykelti Williamson), Murder, She Wrote (with Rosana DeSoto and Tony Plana), Murder One (with Stanley Tucci), Crossing Jordan (with Miguel Ferrer), CSI: Miami (episode with Evan Handler, James Russo, and Zach Grenier), four episodes of Without A Trace, and his most recent TV appearance, in a 2011 episode of CSI:NY.

His movie roles include A Nightmare on Elm Street, followed by Gotcha!, Wildcats (with Mykelti Williamson, Wesley Snipes, and Bruce McGill), Predator 2 (with Ruben Blades, Elpidia Carrillo, and Bill Paxton), and his most recent film, 2011's Atlas Shrugged: Part I (with Jon Polito). He also runs the production company Scott J-R Productions with author John-Roger (Spiritual Warriors).

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