Currently, Felix Solis appears in a recurring role on “The Good Wife,” on the Network. His other television credits include the series “Criminal Minds,” on the Network, “Army Wives,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Fringe,” “Damages,” “The Sopranos” and “The West Wing.” His feature film credits include Nicholas Jarecki’s “Arbitrage,” Asger Leth’s “Man On A Ledge,” John Leguizamo’s “Fugly,” Wes Craven’s “My Soul To Take,” Tom Twyker’s “The International,” “Taking Chance” opposite Kevin Bacon, and “The Forgotten” opposite Alfre Woodard. Recently, he completed shooting Rashaad Ernesto Green’s “Gun Hill Road.” As a member of New York city’s LAByrinth Theatre Company since 1999, Felix originated roles in “Our Lady of 121st Street” and “In Arabia We’d All Be Kings,” both written by Stephen Adley Giurgis and directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and the LAB’s Barn Series. At the Cherry Lane, Felix appeared in “Dramatis Personae” (the Playwright’s Realm) and Eduardo Machado’s “Havana is Waiting” in addition to many others at the INTAR theater. As a director, Felix directed Raul Castillo’s “Knives and Other Sharp Objects” at the Public Theater. For the last eight years, Solis has worked with children at the 52nd Street Project, a non-profit group that matches inner city kids with professional theatre artists to the business and craft of theatre production. He was born and raised to Puerto Rican parents in Chelsea and Greenwich Village in New York City. His birth date is Sept. 17.