Mexican actors who succeed and break Hollywood stereotypes

Mexican actors scale global success and start a new generation in Hollywood, disarming all imposed stereotypes.


Mexican actors who succeed and break Hollywood stereotypes
Mexican actors who succeed and break Hollywood stereotypes

Many Mexicans give continuity to the work of first actors such as Damián Bichir, Salma Hayek, Eugenio Derbez or Adriana Barraza, among others.

Luis Gerardo Méndez

Luis Gerardo Méndez continues to attract international projects to his career, after the release of the film Mystery on the Board together with Jennifer Aniston, he prepares his new projects.

"I'm very happy with my career. Charlie's Angels is coming out on November 15. I finished filming a film with Focus Features, which is the first film I have to produce in the United States called Half brothers, and I'm following this tour with mezcal".

Chris Pazcal

Chris Pazcal is having a good time in his career and is appearing on Mexican screens with his first film Atrapados a bordo (Kursk), in which he participates together with Colin Firth, Matthias Schoenaerts and Léa Seydoux, under the direction of Danish director Thomas Vinterberg and the production of French director Luc Besson.

The Mexican actor with several projects in theatre and television debuts in the cinema and in a European production with big names of the Seventh Art.

Diego Luna

Diego Luna is living a great professional stage, with a series of projects that allow him to combine his facets as an actor, producer, and activist. The actor managed to erase the frontiers in his career, adding projects all over the world.

The actor has premiered Wander Darkly with Sienna Miller and Beth Grant, as well as Untitled Star Wars Cassian Andor series.

Diego Boneta

Diego Boneta's career continues to rise, as evidenced by a role in the new Terminator film.

Schwarzenegger returns to one of his most iconic roles, while Linda Hamilton will also return to the remembered Sarah Connor character. Terminator: Dark Fate will be released in cinemas on November 1. It's a sequel to Genesis, which premiered in 2015 and revived the T-800 story.

Eiza Gonzalez

Despite constant criticism of her physical changes, the Mexican actress has shown that she is looking for a good step into international cinema.

Little by little, she adds more projects with big producers and actors. For now, he has several projects in Hollywood with which he will continue to position the world of shows internationally.

By Mexicanist