Today Harvey Guillén, star of What We Do in the Shadows, has launched his official fan club merchandise! Each T-shirt or sweatshirt sold will give a portion of the sale to Chirla, an organization that focuses on advancing policy platforms that urge all levels of government to invest in the potential of immigrants and refugees.
“I know representation matters and I’ve worked tirelessly to represent Latinx and LGBTQ positively in the entertainment industry. I’m so proud and honored to bring amazing characters to life, especially people like Guillermo De La Cruz, and I wanted to continue to be an advocate and ally for my community. That’s why I’m releasing this merchandise to not only give fans the opportunity to have a piece of me with them, but to give back to them as well” says Guillén.
All designs are in partnership with LGBTQ advocate and Project Runaway alum, Topher Adam.
For exciting updates and exclusive content, visit https://imafoolishmortal.com/collections/harvey-guillen, follow @HarveyGuillen and @ImAFoolishMortal on Instagram and @HaveryGuillen and @TopherAdam on Twitter.
About Harvey Guillén
GLAAD award-winning actor and producer Harvey Guillén’s inventive and creative approach to acting has won the hearts of fans across the globe in the hilarious FX comedy series, What We Do in the Shadows.
In addition to What We Do In The Shadows, Guillén recently wrapped production on the upcoming film Werewolves Within based on the Ubisoft game of the same name. Guillén will act opposite Michael Chernus, Michaela Watkins, Sam Richardson, Cheyenne Jackson and more. Similar to the video game, the horror comedy film directed by Josh Ruben, the movie revolves around the shenanigans that ensue when a massive blizzard isolates a small Vermont town, causing simmering resentments to boil over as the oddball townspeople are one by one picked off by a mysterious creature. The film will be released by Ubisoft Film & Television.
Guillén got his start in acting after watching Annie on TV as a child. Since then, Guillén has been seen in a wide arrange of TV series and films including Syfy’s The Magicians created by Sera Gamble, John McNamara, Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans created by Jed Springarn, Apple TV’s Little America and MTV’s Eye Candy starring Victoria Justice. Harvey also portrayed Elijah in the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Me What to Do” episode of the series Raising Hope, and received a GLAAD Media Award for his role. In film, Guillén acted opposite Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in the Shawn Levy-directed comedy The Internship and in Netflix’s mystery thriller Truth or Dare directed by Nick Simon.