(written from a Production point of view)
Sarabia has played djembe percussion professional for over twenty years and has been the singer and frontman of the band "Whomever". He has also appeared in several stage plays and television commercials.
Among his acting resume are films such as Charlie Grant's War (1984), Short Circuit 2 (1988, with Michael McKean), Renegades (1989, with Robert Knepper and Bill Smitrovich), Body Language (1995, with Marnie McPhail), Just Visiting (2001, with Malcolm McDowell, Darryl Henriques, and Kelsey Grammer), One Night at McCool's (2001, with Tim de Zarn and stunts by Manny Perry and Steve Rizzo), and Pit Fighter (2005).
His resume also includes guest appearances in television series such as Adderly (1987), Friday the 13th (1987-1988), War of the Worlds (1988-1989, starring Richard Chaves), Timecop (1997, starring Don Stark), Port Charles (1999), Angel (1999), The X-Files (2001), ER (2002, with Lori Petty, Julianna McCarthy and Michelle Bonilla), The Shield (2003), and Scrubs (2006, starring Ken Jenkins).
MOre recent credits include the horror thriller Bound to Vengeance (2015), the war drama Little Boy (2015, with Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Mary Stein, Yoshio Iizuka, Lukas Behnken, and Zero Kazama), the crime drama Live by Night (2016, with Zoe Saldana, Titus Welliver, Derek Mears, Michael Papajohn, Tom Virtue, Massi Furlan, and Bill Blair), and the science fiction film The Endless (2017) as well as guest roles in episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2015), Conan (2015), Supergirl (2016, with Glenn Morshower), and Rush Hour (2016, with Paul Zies, Brandon Molale, and Diedrich Bader).