Gonzalez was born in San Antonio, Texas, where he was a student at Central Catholic High School.He became an accomplished cross-country and track runner, winning the Texas State Championship in the mile and two mile.
She was talking to her (mostly) loyal gang of students, but she might as well have been speaking directly to this season’s viewers.
“Now let’s get to work.” The murder of law student Wes Gibbons (Alfred Enoch) — the central plotline in recent weeks — had entangled just about everybody on the show, from Annalise to her fixer Frank Delfina (Charlie Weber), with Wes’ maybe-pal and classmate Connor Walsh (Jack Falahee) another possibility.
Gonzalez recently guest starred on CW’s “Jane the Virgin.” He also had a recurring role on the network’s 2009 “Melrose Place” remake.
revealed Wes’ killer while leaving viewers wondering, well, who is Wes’ killer?
(he DID help Spencer cheat on Caleb, after all), but that’s not to say Nicholas Gonzalez, the actor who plays him, isn’t a great guy IRL. His wife, Kelsey Crane, and their brand-new daughter, Ever Lee Wilde Gonzalez!
The adorable baby girl was born on March 1, 2017, weighed 8 lbs 1 oz and was 21 inches long. She’s magic [and] we are in HEAVEN with our #everleewilde,” the actress who had a minor role on She kept us waitin, but she's HERE! ” Kelsey and Nicholas have been together for over five years now and got married on April 17, 2016. It’s been less than a year and the newlyweds can now call themselves parents, too.
With 15 minutes to go, the killer was revealed to be a new-to-the-show criminal played by Nicholas Gonzalez, best known for his roles on Although tonight’s episodes took some plot detours as Keating and her gang tried to take down the district attorney, the recent hints that Connor was the killer were dispatched pretty quickly: Connor did indeed sneak onto the crime scene unbeknownst to his pals, but he was trying to save classmate Wes, not do him in.
Then it was Annalise’s turn to get cleared, with the prof finally revealing to Connor that she didn’t kill Wes, though she certainly did a number on Connor’s psyche (“I know you’re paranoid and broken and haven’t trusted anyone since you were a little boy,” she told him).
“Isn’t that what you want, to find out who killed Wes and make them pay?
” asked Viola Davis’ Professor Annalise Keating early in tonight’s double episode.
The following summer, he returned to Europe on a research grant where he studied with scholars at Oxford and Trinity College, Dublin to complete his thesis on James Joyce’s Ulysses.