His additional feature film credits include Secretariat, Revolutionary Road, Hide and Seek, Rick, Spiderman II & III, Head of State, How to Deal, Road to Perdition, Changing Lanes, The Cell, Along Came A Spider, Random Hearts, Requiem For a Dream, Celebrity, Trick ‘R Treat, Simply Irresistable, Disclosure, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, The Long Walk Home, Delirious, Let's Go To Prison, Fido, The Hunting Party, When A Man Falls In The Forest, Across The Universe, The Stone Angel, Diminished Capacity and 2 Days In New York.
Theater credits include The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (The Public Theater) opposite Sam Rockwell, directed by Phillip Seymour Hoffman, The Stendhal Syndrome (Primary Stages) with Isabella Rossellini and Richard Thomas, and The Floating Island Plays (Mark Taper Forum) to name a few.
He appears as Colin Sweeney on the hit CBS show The Good Wife for which he was nominated twice for Emmy Awards Baker earned Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominations for his role as The Prince in the Broadway production of La Bête and an Obie Award for his performance in the Off Broadway production Not About Heroes.
He starred in Sea of Tranquility at the Atlantic Theatre Company and received rave reviews for his role in Tony Kushner’s Homebody/Kabul at the New York Theatre Workshop.
Set in 1960s Miami, the show centers on the upscale Miramar Playa Hotel amongst the political and organized crime drama of the time.
Yul portrays ‘Victor Lazaro,’ general manager of the Miramar Playa.
Additionally he recurs in three other television shows, as ‘Pedro’ in FX’s Louie, as ‘Christian’ in CBS’ The Good Wife and as 'Detective Anthony Nikolich’ on HBO’s Treme.
Vázquez starred on Broadway in the Tony nominated The Motherf**cker with the Hat opposite Chris Rock.
For his portrayal of the eccentric ‘Cousin Julio,’ he received nominations for a Drama Desk Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Tony Award.
Vázquez has appeared in over 35 films, working with directors such as Ridley Scott, Steven Soderbergh, and Steven Spielberg.
Runner, Runner (20th Century Fox) directed by Brad Furman, opposite Ben Affleck, and Justin Timberlake, Captain Philips (Columbia Pictures) directed by Paul Greengrass opposite Tom Hanks and Catherine Keener, Blood Ties directed by Guillaume Canet opposite Mila Kunis, Clive Owen, and Marion Cotillard, Glass Chin directed by Noah Buschel opposite Billy Crudup and Kill The Messenger (Focus Features) directed by Michael Cuesta opposite Jeremy Renner.
He can currently be seen on the Starz drama Magic City opposite Jeffrey Dean Morgan.