Frankie Loyal as Hank 'El Tranq' Loza | Mayans MC on FX

Frankie Loyal

Hank 'El Tranq' Loza

Frankie Loyal Headshot

Frankie Loyal portrays "Hank 'El Tranq' Loza," El Pacificador of Mayans M.C. Santo Padre Charter who is still reeling from the death of his prospect, Steve. As the divisions within the M.C. continue to mount, Hank takes it upon himself to try to help the club, and himself, heal.

Career Highlights

A native Californian, Loyal’s film credits include the Golden Globe® nominated thriller The Deep End, starring Tilda Swinton and Goran Visnjic, and Sundance Festival’s Grand Jury Prize winner Quinceañera.

Next up, Loyal can be seen in the drama feature Die Like A Man, which centers around the life of a young man who receives a Magnum .44 on his 16th birthday to take out his mentor’s rival. Loyal plays “Sam,” a man who wishes he could turn back time in a gentrifying yet still very violent Los Angeles. The film is written and directed by Eric Nazarian and stars Cory Hardrict.

On the television side, Loyal guest starred on FX’s Better Things opposite Pamela Adlon. He played the role of “Fortunato,” a man at the right place and right time to help “Sam Fox” and her daughters out of a jam.

Outside of acting, Loyal is the lead vocalist for the Los Angeles-based street punk band Rile 9 Collective. He is an avid Harley-Davidson motorcycle enthusiast, a passionate advocate for autism awareness and a strong supporter of the L.A County Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firefighter’s Fund. Clean and sober for 20 years, Loyal is committed to helping people battling drug and alcohol addictions and hopes to serve as a positive example for those working toward recovery.

Joseph Lucero Headshot

Joseph Lucero

as Neron "Creeper" Vargas

As the Mayans continue down their dark path, Creeper questions the brotherhood's effect on the victims caught within the clubs’ deadly wake.