Horatio Sanz

Horatio Sanz

Highest Rated: 87% Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Jun 4, 1969

Birthplace: Santiago, Chile

With the energy and manner of a madman and seemingly limitless comic potential, Horatio Sanz joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" in 1998 and was immediately compared to the late "SNL" great John Belushi. Raised in Chicago, Sanz became the first Latino cast member in "Saturday Night Live" history, but those familiar with his groundbreaking comedy theater work were disappointed with the mostly background work Sanz was getting in his first season, appearing infrequently with often reigned-in impersonations of celebrities including Larry Flynt, Meat Loaf and Jerry Garcia. A co-founder of Chicago's Upright Citizens Brigade, Sanz was at the forefront of the city's experimental comedy theater movement. He trained with ImprovOlympic leader Del Close, an innovator who pioneered the longform improvisational sketch known as The Harold, and spent time with fellow "SNL" cast member Jerry Minor at The Second City comedy troupe in 1996. An affirmed button-pusher and line-crosser as well as excellent comedic actor, Sanz reportedly spent time in jail for a crowd-rousing performance of the UCB which culminated in the accosting of a local politico's home. by the audience. Unlike other successful "SNL" players of late, Sanz didn't have many recurring characters to his credit but rather proved a versatile and dependable player who fit well into many sketches. From an overly enthusiastic wedding singer to an employee of a food pawn shop to an "artist" who draws thinly veiled nudie pictures on "Weekend Update," Sanz nailed every portrayal and could appeal to and surprise a junior high school boy as well as a jaded comedy pro. His lack of iconic recurring characters cut into his star status on the series somewhat, but it would also help to keep him from being pigeonholed. As he began getting more screen time on the series, his profile rose considerably, with audiences responding well to the anything-can-happen feeling that his presence evinced. On the big screen, Sanz debuted in 1994's remake of "Miracle on 34th Street," playing a hospital orderly. A somewhat larger and certainly more memorable role as a vengeful cook in 2000's "Road Trip" would strike fear into the hearts of picky customers and make many think twice about sending back their French toast. In the same raunchy comedic vein, Sanz had his first co-starring role in 2001's "Tomcats," a raunchy romantic comedy starring Jerry O'Connell and Jake Busey.

Highest rated movies

Clifford the Big Red Dog Road Trip
Lucky You
School for Scoundrels
Zeroville Year One




58% 94% Clifford the Big Red Dog Raul (Character) $48.9M 2021
23% 38% Zeroville Francis Ford Coppola (Character) $8.0K 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Sex Addict Self - 2017
0% 92% Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? Luis (Character) $39.4K 2016
No Score Yet 40% Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman of La Mancha Sancho Panza (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet 60% A Better You Hugo (Character) - 2014
80% 55% GBF Principal Crowe (Character) - 2013
87% 86% Wreck-It Ralph Duncan (Voice) $189.4M 2012
No Score Yet 52% High Road Doctor (Character) - 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet May the Best Man Win The Mayor (Character) - 2009
14% 23% Year One Enmebaragesi (Character) $43.3M 2009
28% 28% Lucky You Ready Eddie (Character) $5.8M 2007
26% 52% School for Scoundrels Diego (Character) $17.8M 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet 25 Years Of Improv Comedy Unknown (Character) - 2006
12% 41% The Man Diaz (Character) $8.3M 2005
14% 38% Rebound Otis (Character) $16.8M 2005
No Score Yet 25% National Lampoon's Barely Legal Vic Ramalot (Character) $26.3K 2003
7% 36% Boat Trip Nick (Character) $8.6M 2003
7% 54% The New Guy Dance Instructor (Character) $29.0M 2002
14% 42% Tomcats Steve (Character) $13.6M 2001
57% 65% Road Trip French Toast Guy (Character) $68.5M 2000


No Score Yet 83% Match Game Guest 2016-2019 2021
91% No Score Yet Duncanville Douglas (Guest Voice) 2021
93% 91% The Mandalorian Mythrol (Guest Star) 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Mapleworth Murders Weird Man (Character) 2020
No Score Yet 53% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2017 2019-2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Elena of Avalor Santos (Guest Voice) 2018
84% 72% Great News Justin (Character) 2017-2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Celebrity Family Feud Guest 2017
No Score Yet 87% At Midnight With Chris Hardwick Guest 2016-2017
No Score Yet 48% Late Night With Seth Meyers Guest 2015 2017
No Score Yet 91% Comedy Bang! Bang! Darryl Drummond (Guest Star),
61% 77% Scorpion Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Long Live the Royals Unknown (Voice) 2015
No Score Yet 69% The Awesomes Unknown (Guest Voice) 2015
100% 29% The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore Guest 2015
85% 89% Modern Family Armando (Guest Star) 2015
93% 89% Parks and Recreation Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
100% 93% The Birthday Boys Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
20% 62% Bad Judge Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
13% 66% Friends With Better Lives Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Getting Doug With High Guest 2014
No Score Yet 81% Drunk History Unknown (Guest Star) 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Greatest Event in Television History Unknown (Character) 2013
89% 75% Girls Ray Ploshansky (Guest Star) 2012
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Unknown (Character),
Unknown (Guest Star)
1989 1991 1998-2006 2011
No Score Yet 20% Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Guest 2009-2011
78% 93% 30 Rock Maynard (Guest Star) 2010
16% 0% In the Motherhood Horatio (Character) 2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ed Unknown (Guest Star) 2002