​​Jaime plays the fictitious Mexican Villain Rojo Ron, which means "Red Rum" in English. If you reverse the name it spells “murder”. Jaime feels blessed to play this character although it came with many challenges including speaking/understanding a new language and traveling to Mexico.

“What's cool is that my youngest son Joshua gets to play the younger version of Rojo Ron. Personally, it's not too hard to play a bad guy due to my past experiences. I’ve learned to utilize my bad boy skills to create a positive craftsmanship through music and in film”.

In music, Jaime works with musicians such as; Grammy Award winning artist Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs~N~Harmony, Zig-Zag of the NB Riderz, Roscoe Umali, Spice 1, and many others. In film, He has worked alongside actors such as Noel G who played on Training Day, Fast and Furious 1 and 7, Bruce Almighty, Purge 2 and many others.                                                                                         
Jaime has worked with notable actors including, Silvio Simac who played on DOA and Transporter; Comedian and Actor Paul Rodriguez who played on Million to Juan, Latin Kings of Comedy, Born in East L.A. and Ali; Nicholas Gonzalez who played on the T.V. series; The Flash; Waymond Lee Ramano who plays in Comedy Central’s Workaholics; and in the movie Straight Outta Compton.​

“People mention that I look intimidating, but once they get to know me they say I'm like soft teddy bear. Although, being soft signifies weakness to gang members, I see it as a strength and a tool to relate, open up, and care for those who are in need.” Jaime cares about today’s youth and has a big heart for special need kids.

In his day job, Jaime is a Heath Aide and loves his job because he has the opportunity to help kids and be a role model. “The students don't judge me. In fact, I'm embraced with hugs, smiles, high fives and conversation every day.”  Jaime goal include seeing himself in a major role on the big screen or in a hit TV show.


“If there was one Hollywood producer/writer/director I would work with; it would be Kurt Sutter. When I do make a name for myself in the film industry I will always give a shout out to Director and Writer Scott Seargeant for always believing in me and casting me in  his  major productions”.

Looks like Jaime is on the road to getting his wish as his captivating performance of “Rojo Ron” is turning heads his way.


Jaime Lyrix Nungarary

​Actor - Musician - Producer