The Question: Which of these stars got their big break as a regular on “L.A. Law”?
As public defender Victor Sifuentes, Jimmy Smits quickly became a series favorite on “L.A. Law.” The show, which ran from 1986 to 1994, followed an L.A.-based law firm and was known for tackling important contemporary issues such as AIDS, racism, capital punishment, and homophobia. Smits earned six Best Supporting Actor Emmy nominations for the role, with one win in 1990.
The correct answer is Jimmy Smits.