Camille Braverman
Jasmine Trussell
Max Braverman
Julia Braverman-Graham
Sarah Braverman
Drew Holt
Joel Graham
Adam Braverman
Zeek Braverman
Kristina Braveman
Sydney Graham
Crosby Braverman
Amber Holt

Xolo Mariduena


Xolo Mariduena portrays Victor on NBC's drama series "Parenthood." Victor was recently adopted by Julia (Erika Christensen) and Joel (Sam Jaeger).

For Mariduena, being involved in the entertainment industry runs in the family. Most of his early years were spent in radio studios with his mother. Watching other artists perform there piqued his curiosity and interest in the field, and at the tender age of nine, Mariduena told his parents, "I want to be on TV. That would be cool."

His natural talent and unique ethnicity (Mexican, Cuban and Ecuadorian) helped him quickly sign with an agent and nail his first audition, a national commercial for Sears. He went on to snag several more nationwide spots for major brands including Target, Verizon, Payless Shoes and Lowe's. Only a year later, Mariduena is taking Hollywood by storm, starring on "Parenthood" alongside Lauren Graham, Peter Krause and an all-star ensemble cast. First appearing in the Season 3 finale as the newly adopted son of Julia Braverman (Erika Christensen) and Joel Graham (Sam Jaeger) and brother of Sydney (Savannah Paige Rae), Mariduena is now a series regular. This season chronicles the new family's adjustment to adoption and showcases Mariduena's talents as a boy with a rough upbringing deserving of a loving family. Other TV roles include lending his voice on the hit animated series "Family Guy" and an upcoming guest-starring spot on the hit TNT drama "Major Crimes."

Mariduena can also be seen on the big screen, with a supporting role in the new film, "Dealin' with Idiots," directed by Jeff Garlin. Based on events in the director's life, "Dealin' with Idiots" depicts the antics that occur with parents and their athletically blessed children. Playing Manny, team shortstop and the best friend of Jeff Garlin's son, Mariduena costars alongside his onscreen mothers Gina Gershon and Kerri Kenney-Silver.

Mariduena has been already recognized for his talent by being named one of Latina Magazine's 50 Brightest Stars under 25. When he's not working, Mariduena enjoys martial arts, video games and tennis. He especially loves music and spends much of his time spinning and listening to records with his dad. Due to his natural inquisitiveness, he also loves science and watches as much Discovery Channel as he can.

Mariduena resides in Los Angeles with his parents and sisters, Thalia and Oshun. He is fluent in both English and Spanish.