Morales picked up a cameo in Richard Linklater's odd adaptation of Eric Schlosser's scathing satire of America's conspicuous consumption, "Fast Food Nation" (2006 prior to joining the cast of the short-lived mystery series "Vanished" (FOX, 2006-07). He also landed a recurring role in the post-apocalyptic drama series "Jericho" (CBS, 2006-08 a well-regarded show that, despite its loyal following, was unable to survive the fallout of low ratings. Starring opposite Eric Stoltz, he played the father of future Battlestar commander Bill Adama (played by Edward James Olmos in the 2004 series) in a show that looked more like a primetime soap opera than the space war saga of the previous series. Immigration Department in "A Family in Crisis: The Elian Gonzalez Story" (Fox Family Channel, 2000). Morales' next big break came with his regular role as Paco Corrales in the drama "Resurrection Blvd" (Showtime, 2000-03 the first cable series to center entirely around a Latino family.
He played the part so well, in fact, that for the remainder of his career he would struggle against being pigeon-holed in the role of the angry Latino. Morales continually fought against ethnic stereotyping by playing a variety of them, including the role of a heroic Iranian in the TV miniseries adaptation of Ken Follett's.
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That role led to Morales' breakout part on the venerable police drama "NYPD Blue" (ABC, ) as Lt. Tony Rodriguez in 2001, replacing James McDaniel as the head of the 15th Precinct's detective squad.