Played by Adrian Martinez
Adrian Martinez plays Dumont in the NBC drama "The Blacklist: Redemption."
Martinez is an actor, writer, producer and soon-to-be-director with more than 80 film and TV credits.
Martinez's career began as a high school track star on NBC's "Unsolved Mysteries." Some in casting have called Martinez "the sidekick to the stars," as evidenced by his work over the past few years — Will Smith's sidekick in Warner Bros' "Focus," Ben Stiller's sidekick in Fox's remake of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," Will Ferrell's sidekick in Lionsgate's "Casa de Mi Padre" and Zach Galifianakis' sidekick in Focus' "It's Kind of a Funny Story."
He was also seen in Universal Pictures' comedy "Sisters," opposite Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, indie films "White Girl" and "37" and most recently in the comedy "Office Christmas Party." Martinez is making his directorial debut with the feature "iCreep," starring Dascha Polanco, in which he also serves as writer/producer.
Other films include Jim Sheridan's "In America;" opposite Katie Holmes in "Pieces of April;" "The Interpreter," opposite Nicole Kidman; opposite Jimmy Fallon in "Taxi;" and "Mona," which he also co-produced.
Martinez's television work includes more than 40 guest spots, including CBS' "A Gifted Man," FX's "Louie," HBO's "Flight of the Conchords" and "Sex and the City," Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer," "Three Strikes," produced by Jon Stewart and "Deadbeat," produced by Brad Pitt.
Theater audiences know Martinez from his daring off-Broadway performances in José Rivera's "Massacre (Sing to Your Children)" at the Rattlestick Theater, as well as "Our Lady of 121st Street" at the Union Square Theater and "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" at the Public Theater, both directed by Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman and written by Tony Award nominee Stephen Adly Guirgis for the LAByrinth theater company, of which Martinez has been a member since 2003.
Martinez is a longtime collaborator of Obie winner and Oscar nominee José Rivera, writer of "The Motorcycle Diaries."
Martinez writes and develops film and TV projects through his production company, Paloma Pictures.