Friday 14 July 2017

Diego Luna

Diego is a Mexican actor, producer and writer best known for his movies such as Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, Rudo Y Cursi, Rogue One, Frida, Open Range, The Terminal, Criminal, Fade to Black, Mister Lonely, Just Walking, Blood Father, The Bad Batch, The Book of Life, Flatliners and more. He has also been a part of several television series such as Carrusel, El Premio Mayor, Fidel, Great Migrations, American Dad and Casanova. His performances have won him several awards such as Premio Marcello Mastroiaani Award, MTV Movie Awards, Critics Choice Awards, Imagen Award and Saturn Award. Besides, he has also several nominations at the Teen Choice Award, Screen guild Actor's Award, Goya Awards, and Silver Ariel Awards. 

Diego Luna  Religion

Born in Mexico City, his mother was a British Costume designer and his father was an widely acclaimed film and opera set designer. Deigo is probably a Christian, but his worship and belief are unknown.

Diego Luna Political Views

Diego has worked in some politcally sensitive movies such as the biopic of Cesar Chavez, an American Labor Leader who founded the United Farm Workers. Diego and Garcia Bernal have co-founded Ambulante A.C. which works on rarely shown documentary films. This organization was awarded the prestigious Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) Human Rights Award in 2011. He has narrated in a WOLA video the barriers that Mexican students/immigrants face while fleeing the violence in their country. 

Who is he/she dating?

Luna had married Camila Sodi with whom he separated and divorced in 2013. He has a son with her. He is presently dating English actress and model Suki Waterhouse. 

Diego Luna Hobbies

As he sang a song with Zoe Saldana in "No Matter Where You Are" for the Book Of Life, singing can be considered as his passion and leisurely hobby.

Interesting Facts

He is one of the founding members for the production company Canana Films that focuses on themed features dealing with issues related to social justice.

Diego appeared in Katy Perry's music video The One That Got Way.

His mother Fiona died in a car accident when he was two years old. 

His movie Frida won the Academy Awards.