You might recognise the craggy face, the flowing black hair and possibly the bare chest.
Kitsch action actor Danny Trejo is the star of a tongue-in-cheek art exhibition in Canberra.
Danny Trejo: The Exhibition opens on Thursday, August 6 at the Mexican-themed Beach Burrito restaurant in Civic.
Artist Sancho Murphy, who organised the show, said Trejo was a personal hero.
"He has a really interesting story," she said.
"I wanted to pick a theme that was broad enough that the artists could explore it in a variety of ways. It's an exploration of [Trejo] as a person, and the characters he's played. He's got such an interesting face and a crazy life story."
California-born Trejo, a former drug addict, spent years in jail, where he became a champion boxer, then worked as a youth counsellor before being cast in a film.
He has had a long and prolific Hollywood career, consisting mostly of roles as an overly muscled henchman or mustachioed villain.
Trejo was featured in an episode of cult TV show Breaking Bad, where his severed head was attached to an exploding tortoise. He also starred in the children's Spy Kids series, which led to a starring role in the movie Machete Kills.
Murphy approached 15 artists to create Trejo-inspired work for the show and then put out a broader call for submissions.
The response surprised her.
"I had people reply to me within seconds on Facebook. It kind of snowballed from there. You've got traditional painters, tattoo artists, digital illustrators," she said.
She also will collaborate with Beach Burrito on a new bar, art gallery and "micro performance space", which will open in the loft above the main dining area in the spring.
"It's geared towards independent artists who are looking for a low-risk exhibition space," she said. "Beach Burrito is pretty relaxed, and the cool thing about it is because of the clientele it's reaching a broader audience."
People have been tagging the Hollywood muscleman on social media to let Trejo know about the show, but the actor has yet to respond.
Murphy was not sure how she would react if Trejo got in touch.
"I'd probably get the hot flushes and the fangirl sweats," she said.