How much is Gael Garcia Bernal worth?
|Net Worth:||$13 Million|
|Date of Birth:||November 30, 1978|
Who Is Gael Garcia Bernal
Gael Garcia Bernal was born on November 30, 1978 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Bernal is perhaps best known for his early role in Y Tu Mama Tambien starring with Diego Luna in Alfonso Cuaron‘s joyous road trip in search of a perfect Mexican with older woman Maribel Verdu.
Gael Garcia Bernal has been acting since early childhood. He began performing in stage productions with his parents in Guadalajara, Mexico, and later studied at acting at school. He was on the path to becoming a soap opera heartthrob, before he decided, at age 19, to leave Mexico’s television world to study acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Bernal appeared in several plays, soap operas, and short films before his major feature film debut in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Amores Perros.
Gael Garcia Bernal’s Film Career
It’s hard to think of a more appealing young actor than the enormously talented Gael Garcia Bernal. He got his start working with Mexican filmmakers Alejandro González Iñárritu in Amores Perros (2001) and Alfonso Cuarón in Y Tu Mama Tambien. Since then, Bernal has worked consistently in a variety of fine film, with a wide pool of international filmmakers including Michel Gondrey, Walter Salles, Pedro Almodovar, Jim Jarmusch and Lukas Moodysson.
García Bernal has portrayed Argentine-born physician turned Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara twice, first in the 2002 TV miniseries Fidel and then in Walter Salles wonderful film The Motorcyle Diaires (2004), about Guevara’s adventures as a young man traveling across South America.
The talented actor has also begun to take on roles in English language films, including the Michel Gondry’s whimsical The Science of Sleep (2006), Babel, Bernal’s second film with Alejandro González Iñárritu (2006), and James Marsh’s The King (2006).
García Bernal also directed his first feature film, Déficit, which was released in Mexico in 2007. He will next be seen in Fernando Meirelles’ Blindness which opened the Cannes Film Festival, Jim Jarmusch’s The Limites of Control and Lukas Moodysson’s Mammoth.