Hemky Madera began his acting career in the Dominican Republic to much acclaim. On the widely known television production of "Grandes Series Dominicanas" (Great Dominican Series) Hemky took part as the lead actor for the mini-series "En La Olla" followed by "Trio en Alta Mar"; both directed by renowned Dominican director/ producer Alfonso Rodriguez. After a short stay in the city of New York where he worked in the film production of "Bookies' Lament", Hemky returned to the Dominican Republic to star in the mini-series "Asalto en la Lincoln" and became a part of the Primetime television series' production and cast of both hit Sit-coms "Los Electrolocos" (lead) and "Ciudad Nueva". His first theatrical performance was "Pantallas", produced and staged at Santo Domingo's Great National Theater. Inverse Theater's production of "Icarus and Aria" came not a moment too soon after his arrival to the United States to dedicate his work for American Film and Stage. After a series of training courses, workshops and internships at The Actors Studio and Gene Frankel Theater among others he then followed these steps in continuing to be cast for other stage productions such as: "Life is a Dream", "The Mistress of the Inn" (reviewed by The New York Times), "Chronicles of a Death Foretold", "Blood Weddings", "Midnight Brainwash Revival", "Feast of the Goat" (a New York Spanish Repertoire's production), "Burning the Bridges" and "Belisa's Capriciousness". His American career for the Camera includes performances with renowned actors such as: Harvey Kietel, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diana Bracho in the film "Dreaming of Julia" where he portrayed a young human rights crusader in 1950's Cuba; "The Lost City" with Andy Garcia, Dustin Hoffman and Bill Murray. Television credits in renowned Primetime shows like "The Shield" and "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" have recently been added to his long curriculum as well as Commercial ads for National Television.