He started acting at just a year old and spent most of his teen years starring in telenovelas.When he was fourteen, he taught indigenous peoples in Mexico to read, often working with the Huichol people.He has also done some theatre work, including a 2005 production of Bodas de Sangre, by Federico García Lorca, in the Almeida Theatre in London.On “Modern Family,” Sofia Vergara plays what could have been a one-dimensional stereotype with a distinct wink to the audience.Together, they coach each other through the crazy world of dating while raising her teenage daughter.Love, money, ambition and music intertwine in Mozart in the Jungle, a half hour comedic drama that looks at finding yourself and finding love while conquering New York at Place de la Castre on Sunday (May 15) in Cannes, France.After García Bernal's success in soap operas, Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu offered García Bernal a part in the Oscar-nominated Amores Perros (2000).
A new comedy series about a bachelor brother and his newly divorced sister living under one roof again.
At 42, she’s as adept at social media as celebrities half her age, and far more so than most of her contemporaries.
What sets her apart, however, is her ability to turn her dialogue with her combined 10 million followers into an empire — without making us feel like we’re being given the hard sell.
This show sort of takes the romantic comedy and just flips it so that everything they say is the opposite of what you would normally expect.
This show tows a fine line with its comedy and definitely succeeds.
One of the hardest types of comedy is to have someone that is completely obnoxious, but that you still love.
This show has 2 main characters that are in reality awful people, but you want to spend time with them.
In 2014, Gael separated from his partner and the mother of his two kids, Dolores Fonzi --an actress from Argentina.
Now, it's believed that he's dating another Argentine actress, whom he met after casting her for one of his short films, reports Fashion TV.
It took him 12 years to raise the financing to make the film, and now he has the last laugh.
The 52-year-old just inked a deal with Lionsgate/Grupo Televisa’s Pantelion Films, the same banner behind “Instructions,” via his freshly launched 3Pas Studios. Today, via that activism, she’s secured a place among the most influential Latinos in America.