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Wilmer Valderrama Prides Himself on Being a 'Very Effective' Diaper Changer: They're 'Airtight'

When he's not handling the bad guys on NCIS, Wilmer Valderrama is dominating a different challenge: changing his daughter's diapers. The 42-year-old tells PEOPLE in this week's issue, on newsstands now, that he's an elite diaper changer and doesn't mind the sometimes stinky activity. Valderrama shares 14-month-old daughter Nakano Oceana with fiancée Amanda Pacheco.
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‘NCIS’ Star Wilmer Valderrama Looks Ahead To New Role

Wilmer Valderrama spends his Monday evenings solving some interesting cases with the NCIS team. However, the former That ’70s Show actor is now gearing up to portray one legendary masked vigilante in an upcoming Disney television series. It’s a project that has been called “A Zorro for this generation”...
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‘NCIS’ Star Wilmer Valderrama Speaks on Juggling His Torres Role With Upcoming Projects

Season 19 of “NCIS” is heading into its final episodes. But, that by no means indicates series star Wilmer Valderrama’s schedule is clearing up. In fact, ahead of the season finale, it seems the Special Agent Nick Torres actor is busier than ever. The “NCIS” star recently shared how he juggles his multiple roles amid several upcoming projects. See what he has to say below.
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Telemundo Upfronts: Wilmer Valderrama Lands YA Crime Drama, Lawrence Bender Developing Docuseries

Click here to read the full article. NBCUniversal’s Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo has ordered a slew of new scripted and unscripted series for both its linear network and TPlus brand on Peacock. The company unveiled its 2022/23 line-up ahead of its Upfront event on Monday. These include new projects from Wilmer Valderrama and Lawrence Bender. On TPlus, the company’s block on Peacock, NCIS star Valderrama is exec producing Keep This To Yourself, an adaptation of Tom Ryan’s YA thriller. The series, written by Ryan and Mark Kruger, takes place the year after the notorious Catalog Killer murdered four victims before disappearing. Like everyone else...
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Wilmer Valderrama Teases His Zorro Reboot Series on Disney+

That '70s Show star Wilmer Valderrama is working with Disney+ to bring Zorro back to the screen. Back in December, it was announced that the Disney streamer was working on a Zorro reboot, with Valderrama on board to star and executive produce. There haven't been many updates about the show since that news first broke, but Valderrama appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show on Monday to offer a little tease about what fans can expect.
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That ‘70s Show Vet Wilmer Valderrama Rocked A Fez Outfit (Complete With A Butt Shake) To Celebrate Return In Netflix Spinoff

As soon as the news went public that Netflix would be giving That ‘70s Show fans another peek into that universe through the spinoff That ‘90s Show, fans were no doubt instantly waiting to hear about various cast members returning in some capacity or another. With Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp ruling the roost once again as Red and Kitty Forman, respectively, it seemed likely that the comedic follow-up series would find a way to incorporate other legacy cast members, and that news was confirmed by the streaming service (with the trial-bound Danny Masterson as the obvious, though still supportive, exception) on April 30. And we didn’t even have to wait a full two days to see Wilmer Valderrama back in butt-shaking action as Fez.
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Wilmer Valderrama Teases Possible ‘That 90s Show’ Role

Even though the upcoming That ’70s Show spinoff is called That ’90s Show, it will not feature a lot of members from the original cast of the old Fox show. The show focuses on a new generation of teenagers — primarily Leia Forman, played by Callie Haverda, who is supposed to be the daughter of the Eric and Donna characters from That ’70s Show — with the lovable mom and dad from That 70s Show, Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red (Kurtwood Smith, reprising their roles now as the lovable grandma and grandad of Leia.
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