Cuete Yeska

Cuete Yeska grew up in Redondo Beach, a beach city located in Los Angeles County, California.

Cuete aspired to be a performer from a young age. He began his career as a teen rapper and has been fortunate enough to achieve fame in the Latino community as a rapper and songwriter.

Cuete’s next goal in life was to become an actor. He immediately started booking roles as “gang member” and “thug” in projects such as “Sons of Anarchy” and “Southland.” Cuete’s charisma, professionalism and strong acting chops eventually lead to a strong supporting role in the Alma-award winning film “Filly Brown,” opposite Edward James Olmos and Lou Diamond Phillips.

As he continued to book “gangster” roles, casting directors began to recognize Cuete’s strong comedic abilities. As a result, he booked various comedy projects such as Sarah Silverman’s Emmy-winning HBO Comedy Special “We Are Miracles” and the film “Superfast,” as well as such diverse roles as a bar patron trading insults with George Lopez in “St. George” and a pawn shop owner in the film “Day Out of Days” with director Zoe Cassevetes.

Cuete is constantly expanding the range and depth of his acting abilities, as well as writing new songs, releasing new albums and attracting new fans as a rapper. As a result, Cuete is living his dream.

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