After the arrival of “Juarez,” Benjamin Bratt moved on and continued to look for work in front of the camera wherever he could. Now in his 20s, he’s had roles in “Lovers, Partners & Spies,” as well as the TV series, “Police Story: Gladiator School,” as the ’80s come to an end. These credits would lead him to “Knightwatch”: a series of short films about a group of children with a habit of wariness, with Bratt leading the group as Tony Maldonado. However, he only had to do so for nine episodes, as the show failed to catch up and quickly ended.
Undeterred, Benjamin Bratt continued his acting endeavors, and inevitably, another lengthy gig came his way. He found a spot on NBC’s “Nasty Boys” as Eduardo Cruz – a role he had previously played in a TV series of the same name – in all 13 episodes of the series. Like “Knightwatch”, it didn’t last long, again leaving Bratt without a steady job. Thankfully, film projects like “One Good Cop”, “Demolition Man”, “Clear and Present Danger” and “Homicide: Life on the Street” have kept him busy as the new millennium approaches.
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