The Venezuelan actor brings serious gravitas to his latest role as an ex-cop tasked with finding a missing person in a new Netflix limited-time series.
Edgar Ramirez in Netflix's "Florida Man."
Edgar Ramirez in Netflix's "Florida Man."
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From Deliver Us From Evil to Jungle Cruise, Édgar Ramírez has certified himself as an acting chameleon.

For his latest project, The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story actor is showing fans everywhere just how much fun he has when he shows up to work.

In Florida Man, a new Netflix series premiering on April 13, Ramírez is breathing life into Mike Valentine, a struggling ex-cop who is trying to leave his past behind.

Edgar Ramirez and Abbey Lee in "Florida Man"
Abbey Lee (L) and Édgar Ramírez (R) in Netflix's "Florida Man."
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In the new show, a job is driving Valentine back to the one place he vowed to never return to—his home state of Florida.

The reason? He's been tasked with finding a Philly mobster's missing girlfriend.

But as are things in life (and Florida), the gig soon gets messy and takes Ramírez's character for one wild ride.

The limited-time series, created and executive produced by This Is Us' Donald Todd, will have seven episodes.

Ramírez will be joined by Anthony LaPaglia as Sonny Valentine, Abbey Lee as Delly West, Otmara Marrero as Patsy, Lex Scott Davis as Iris, Emory Cohen as Moss Yankov, Clark Gregg as Sheriff Ketcher, Isaiah Johnson as Benny, Paul Schneider as Andy Boone, and Lauren Buglioli as Kaitlin Fox.