I have enjoyed all your work, but as a sci-fi buff, the work in Battlestar Galactica was fantastic. A complex role and a complex situation.
A dark yet highly inspirational and spiritual series. Thank you for that work in BSG which we will turn to again and again ( bought the disk set)
I wish the Admiral was our leader now, to guide our path in unsettled times.
All the best wishes to you.
So Say We All!
John Susino -Montebello
Hi Mr Olmos, just wanted to drop by and say hi, I live in the same town were you grew up, I meet you several times at the Ouiet Cannon were you were the honored guest, my family also knows your best friend, Jay Nomura from M ‘s Flower, I’m a very big fan of yours, I remember when I lived in Miami I use to see you sometime at this restaurant called Mario the Bakers, keep making and acting in all the great movies your in. Thank you
Congratulations on receiving the Mary Pickford Award. You are so deserving of this Award. May God Bless you.
There is only ONE Race that is the Human Race.
SoSayWeAll my friend…
Hope to see you in the limelight- You’re still needed… We need your voice, your wisdom and inspiration.
ABBY GUERRERO YOUNG
DEAR MR. OLMOS I SAW YOU IN EUGENE OREGON AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, YOU EVEN SIGNED MY MEXICAN BEANIE BABY.. WE THINK YOUR GREAT… PEACE BE WITH YOU MY BROTHER!!
Robert A. Gonzalez
Live2 Love & Love2 Live.
Thank you for signing Americanos book on October 29, 2016 at the Quiet Cannon. I wanted the Pachuco poster but were sold out.
My Husband and myself have always been fans of yours wishing you continued Success and great health to you and your familia. .God bless Louie Charlotte Benitez
My first appreciation of your acting skills came in the early 1980’s when I (first) saw Stand and Deliver.
I am now 78 years old, grew up in Lynwood and Watts where, as a Lebanese-American kid, I had no real roots, tended to gravitate to the blacks in Watts cause they were simple to understand, their culture was simply….music, food and friendship. And, I found them to be trustworthy.
Tonight, home alone as my wife is out with friends, I watched American Me ( We have left California for Nogales, Arizona and now have a home in Alamos, Sonora as well).
Your roles have enlightened me as to life in East Los Angeles. The young Mexicans in L.A. In my youth were perceived as sub human punks, young misfits with a singular ambition…to gratify their ego. While I dated a couple of Mexican American girls from the area, I wasn’t (ever) invited to their homes….further advancing the negative images.
Your roles have opened my eyes and my heart to the sagas of Chicanos in the metropolitan areas of this country. My life in Mexico has taught me humility, kindness, patience and true gratitude for my countless blessings.
My life in the Napa Valley has shown the dignity of the Mexican worker, who is used, disrespected, under compensated and discarded when the work is finished. Further, the plight of the immigrants here along the border is gut wrenching.
All that said, and quite spontaneously, my hope is that you will endeavor to “introduce” the Mexican people to the general population as honest, hardworking and loyal people who serve our country well in most of their endeavors. They have so much to contribute to our culture.
Thank you Edward for all the years of great acting. Of course my personal is Commander/Admiral Adama.
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