E.R. Ruiz, born in Los Angeles, California, is an American actor who played the role of Gillon the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Making his debut on the episode "The Revelator" in the series' first season, E.R. plays the role of a member of the One-Niners. Playing a recurring role through the series' second, third and fourth seasons, he was the right hand man of Laroy Wayne and met his demise in the Season 4 episode "Hands".
ER is a LA native raised in the South LA area. He attended Santa Monica College for communications & studying Stanislavski's method acting. While interning with KHLH radio station he started is transition in movies as a background artist. ER worked with KJLH, transitioning in TV/film learning the business hands on, furthering his training with the Ivan Markota at the Van Mar Academy of Acting, building a resume as a working character actor, landing a re-occurring role as "Gill" on the widely popular "Sons of Anarchy " (2008-2011) Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper " (2014) and "The Bad Batch " (2016) directed by Ana Lily Amirpour.
As a talented hip hop recording artist E.R. released is newest album BLU MILLENNIUM available every along with the much successful "Black Coffee" music video. His love for music was always his drive that lead him into Hollywood. ER Ruiz was in house fire caused by his little brother from playing with matches, suffering 3rd degree burns. But his strength and passion never folded by the pressure of being a burn survivor. He soon turned to helping survivors by volunteering his time with the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation, WBC, & Fire Fighters Quest, giving encouragement and guidance by example.
- The Big Lug as Hardknocks Entourage
- The Gene Generation as Bodyguard 5
- American Sniper as Carjacker #2
- The Things We Carry as Homeless Man
- Sinners as Fuel Club Patron
- Caught in the Game as Agent #2
- Misirlou as Adiabu
- Gilded Cage as J-Roc