Graduated as a Journalist from the Universidad Fermín Toro. Guillermo has acted in Films, Theater and Television since 1999 when he starred in the piece “Ese bolero es mío” by Jaime Niño. He has been in acting courses under the lead of masters like Matilda Corral and Rolando Ramírez.

He starred in movies like “Réquiem para un eclipse”, “Hermanos”, “La rosa tatuada”, “Violento”, “Todo o nada”, “Adulterio”, “TOC-TOC” and “Taxi”. In the field of television, his works include “Guayoyo Express”, “Cameleona”, the series “ISATKM” transmitted by Nickelodeon for Latin America, “Un esposo para estela”, “La mujer perfecta” and more recently “Mi ex me tiene ganas”. Additionally, he has been involved in dubbing for TV channels like HBO, Cartoon Network, MTV, and Warner.

His leading role in “Azul y no tan rosa” (Miguel Ferrari, 2012) is preceded by roles in films like “Hora Menos” (Frank Spano, 2011), “Último Cuerpo” (Carlos Malavé, 2011), “Venezzia” (Hank Gazarian, 2009), “Las caras del diablo” (Carlos Malavé, 2008), and “Miranda” (Diego Rísquez, 2005), also short films as “Valium” (Pedro Uribe, 2006), and “Pensión Amalia” (Otto Rodríguez, 2005). In 2013, he will star in the feature film “La casa del fin de los tiempos” from Alejandro Hidalgo.