Diego Luna Net Worth
Diego Luna net worth and salary: Diego Luna is a Mexican actor and director who has a net worth of $12 million dollars. Diego Luna was born in Mexico City, Mexico on December 29, 1979. He grew up surrounded by theater and film as both of his parents were acclaimed theater and film designers. Diego began performing when he was a child in the early 80s. He gained some attention when he was cast in the telenovela “El Abuelo y yo” alongside his friend and fellow actor, Gael Garcia Bernal. Diego became an international star when he again worked opposite Bernal in the hit film, “Y Tu Mama Tambien”. Since then, he has gone back and forth between Hollywood films and independent projects in both the US and Mexico. He has appeared in such film projects as “Frida”, “Vampires: Los Muertos”, “Open Range”, “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights”, “The Terminal”, “Fade to Black”, “Mister Lonely”, “Rudo y Cursi”, “Milk”, “Elysium” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. In 2018 Diego received widespread acclaim for his role as drug lord Felix Gallardo in the Netflix series “Narcos: Mexico”. Diego Luna was married to Mexican singer/actress/model Camila Sodi from 2008 to 2013. They have two children together.
Diego Luna Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More
Diego Luna's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:
|Net Worth||$12 Million|
|Date of Birth||December 29, 1979 (age 42 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Film director, Film Producer, Presenter, Television producer, Voice Actor|
Inspirational Quotes by Diego Luna
These quotes by Diego Luna will hopefully inspire you and your net worth to greatness!
When I was growing up in the theater there were all these amazing girls telling me about the guy who broke their heart. And I was always wishing that it was me.Diego Luna
Definitely directing is the thing I like the most because this is where everything you know can be used. It’s the most personal process ever. It’s the most demanding one, but again, rewarding.Diego Luna
I think film should raise questions, not give answers. I think film should challenge people to reflect, debate and get by themselves to the answer that fits them.Diego Luna
Being at a film festival reminds me of the power of film. The power that we have in our hands. Telling specific stories about personal matters can start the debate that is needed today, and that connect you with realities that you had no idea were connected.Diego Luna
In Mexico, we call it ‘terco’: the guy who goes out every day, and every day they tell him no, and the next day he’s there, and the next day he’s there. That’s the kind of people who make movies in Mexico.Diego Luna