Argentinian actor, Ezequiel Stremiz, who will play Johnny in Fox’s new “Two Wrong’s” (Courtesy IMDB)

Latino actors set to shine in upcoming TV pilots

Move over Pope Francis — Argentina’s Ezequiel Stremiz will be getting plenty of attention on Fox’s comedy pilot, “Two Wrongs” — a story about a couple who gets backlash because their friends and family don’t think they are right for each other.

Stremiz, who has also played Andres on Showtime’s “Dexter” and Octavio on ABC’s “Last Man Standing,” will now be playing Johnny, the extremely good-looking ex-boyfriend in “Two Wrongs.”

Still of Rosa Salazar in NBC's "Parenthood." (Photo/ Chris Haston – © NBCUniversal, Inc.)

Still of Rosa Salazar in NBC’s “Parenthood.” (Photo/ Chris Haston – © NBCUniversal, Inc.)

Young Rosa Salazar describes herself as “a middle-aged man trapped in an adolescent female body” on her Twitter profile, where she’s also congratulated for being cast in Fox’s drama pilot, “Boomerang,” starring Felicity Huffman.

Perhaps best known for playing the teenage mom, Zoe DeHaven, on NBC’s “Parenthood,” the Canadian-born American actress will now be playing Olive — the ex-girlfriend of an assassin for the federal government. She has also had recurring roles on FX’s “American Horror Story” and “Law and Order: Los Angeles.”

Actor Adam Rodriguez arrives at the closing night gala premiere of 'Magic Mike' at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, Live on June 24, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Actor Adam Rodriguez arrives at the closing night gala premiere of ‘Magic Mike’ at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, Live on June 24, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

And lastly, 37-year-old Nuyorican, Adam Rodriguez, who had his breakthrough role on “CSI: Miami” in 2002 and then last year, as a male stripper in “Magic Mike,” is returning to CBS with a co-starring role in the police drama, “Reckless.”

He will play Preston, a respected police detective who works on the Charleston Police Department, alongside Trey (Shawn Hatosy). Look out for Rodriguez on the big screen again as well, in “Lovesick,” starring Chevy Chase and Matt LeBlanc.

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