Award-winning actor Hector Elizondo has a successful career spanning 40 years that includes hundreds of appearances in film, television, and theater. He won an Emmy in addition to four nominations for his portrayal of Dr. Phillip Watters on CBS' "Chicago Hope." He has been featured in many Garry Marshall films, including his portrayal of Barnard in "Pretty Woman," which earned him Golden Globe and American Comedy Award nominations. Elizondo first gained recognition on the New York stage for his portrayal of God in "Steambath," earning him an Obie Award. He received the Diversity Award's prestigious "Integrity Award" as well as Nosotros' "Lifetime Achievement Award" for the quality of roles he has chosen during his career. He can currently be seen in the role of Ed Alzate on the ABC television comedy "Last Man Standing."
A long-time Enrichment Works Board Member, Hector and his wife Carolee Cambell are also strong supporters of Enrichment Works through their family foundation. Mr. Elizondo understands the importance of Enrichment Works' mission, "I support Enrichment Works because an informed, engaged, and well-nurtured citizenry is the only insurance towards the survival of our Republic."