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Luis "Chino" Ramos is a Mexican-Asian-American actor, singer, and musician in New York City. He has worked in TV/film, commercials, musical theatre, opera, and classical music. Recent credits include a co-starring role on Blue Bloods and appearing on stage with actor Michael C. Hall in the off-broadway production of Thom Pain (directed by Oliver Butler).

Other works include the first spanish production of In the Heights (directed and choreographed by original broadway cast member Luis Salgado), the world premiere of Anne Washburn and Dave Malloy's Little Bunny Foo Foo (directed by Les Waters), and the new musical Shanghai Sonatas (in development).

As a classical musician and singer Luis has performed with the San Antonio Opera, El Paso Opera, El Paso Symphony, San Antonio Mastersingers, San Antonio Wind Symphony, and has held various positions as a classical soloist in professional choral groups and churches.

Luis attended the University of Texas (San Antonio and El Paso) where he studied double bass and violin, vocal performance, musical theatre, and opera. He also attended Hunter College where he studied acting under Asher Grodman. He currently teaches private music instruction in voice, guitar, and strings.