‘Chicago Fire’ actor ain’t playin: Zumba’s his jam

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Cruz’s love of Zumba isn’t much of a stretch for the “Chicago Fire” actor who plays him.

Joe Minoso is a disciple of the high-energy dancercise that spawned some seriously funny moments on the last two episodes of “Chicago Fire” — as well as the hashtag #Cruzumba.

“Do it two or three times and I guarantee by the fourth time you’re hooked,” Minoso said in a phone interview Tuesday, when Firehouse 51 surprised Cruz by showing up at one of his highly-rated Yelp classes.

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