Wilmer Valderrama: From '70s Show' to the Future in 'Minority Report'

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Wilmer Valderrama, best known for his role as Fez on "The 70s Show" and more recently starring in the television series "From Dusk Till Dawn," discusses had a bit of the jitters while working with Steven Spielberg in the new series "Minority Report," based on the similary-named film.

"For any young actor growing up, they understand that Spielberg films made us dream bigger," Valderrama said. But getting the chance has been a little "nerve-wracking," too.

The actor, producer and director also will soon be the first Latino prince in animation with his role in the upcoming animated film "Charmed."

Valderrama also has been an activist for increasing civic engagement among Latinos, in particular in turning out the Latino vote, including playing a character in a telenovela about voting for Voto Latino, an organization that seeks to increase voting among young Latinos.

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