Wilmer is famous for his roles in the situational comedy, That '70s Show and the horror television series, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. He anchored Yo Momma, an MTV series and did a voice-over in the children's show, Handy Manny.
Valderrama was born on 30th January 1980 in Miami, Florida to Sobeida and Balbino A. Valderrama. His father had a rental company for farm equipments. Valderrama is a Venezuelan and a Columbian.
Valderrama embarked upon his acting career through roles in plays; A Midsummer Night's Dream and Rumors. He made a professional beginning in the Spanish advertisement of Pacific Bell. Valderrama was cast in Four Corners, a miniseries on CBS. He appeared in Disney Channel's Omba Mokomba. Valderrama debuted on the silver screen in the film, SummerCatch by Warner Brothers.
Valderrama acted in That '70s Show for eight years. He acted in the film, Party Monster in 2003. Valderrama was the producer and the anchor of Yo Momma, a series on MTV.He acted in Blackout, a critic's choice play by Los Angeles Times. Valderrama starred in Sunset Boulevard produced by the Actors' Fund of America. He was the protagonist in the short film, La torcedura. Valderrama did a voice-over in Clifford's Really Big Movie and in HandyManny of Disney Channel. He did a pivotal role in the independent movie El Muerto. Valderrama initiated his own fashion label for men, “Calavena” in 2007. He featured in the music video of the song, Imagínate.
Valderrama did a special appearance in Wizards of Waverly Place, a series on Disney Channel. He acted in three episodes of Royal Pains on USA Network. Valderrama launched his song, 'The Way I Fiesta' in 2011. He produced and featured in the video of the song, 'Sexy and I Know It' by LMFAO.
Valderrama was one of the hosts for Premios Juventud, an award show for Spanish celebrities in 2012. He starred in “Addicted to Love”, music video by house music group, Nomad. Valderrama made an appearance on Shane Dawson's YouTude channel.
Wilmer Valderrama is in a relationship with Demi Lovato since 2010.
Valderrama was bestowed an “ALMA Award” for Outstanding Social Activism.