Gerardo Taracena

Gerardo Taracena is a multi-talented Mexican artist who has both acting and dancing skills. He rose to fame in the early 2000s following his appearance in movies like Man on Fire, The Mexican, and Apocalypto. He played Pablo Acosta Villarreal in the Netflix show ‘Narcos.’

Here’s everything to know about Gerardo Taracena bio, including his age, height, family, net worth, wife, and wiki trivia.

Celeb Facts

Birth NameGerardo Taracena
BirthplaceMexico City, Mexico
Zodiac SignN/A
Net worth$2 Million

Gerardo Taracena: Married To Someone?

Mexican actor Gerardo is already in his ’40s, so people think of him as a married man and father of a few children. However, he seems to be single and unmarried as he has never talked or revealed about his family, wife, and children.

Gerardo has never let his personal details flashed out to the media and the public. Nothing is known about his life besides his professional acting career. So, it’s hard to determine his love life.

Gerardo Taracena Net Worth

His journey into professional acting started in the year 2001 with the movie, The Mexican followed by another film, Man on Fire in 2004. The early 2000s were prosperous years for him as he was part of successful Mexican movies like The Violin, Apocalypto, Sin Nombre, and so on.

Gerardo Taracena net worth
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In 2011, Gerardo starred alongside famous Mexican actor, Jaime Camil in Saving Private Perez. He has also acted in numerous Mexican tv shows like Los Simuladores, and Texas Rising. His notable performance in tv show came in 2018 with Narcos: Mexico, where he played the character of Pablo Acosta and Perseguidos in 2016. He received Best Supporting Actor Award from Ariel Awards in 2007.

Apart from acting, Gerardo is a dancer and has performed in various stages with his group, Integro of Peru till 1996. His net worth dwells around $2 million.

Wiki Facts: Age & Birth Place

Gerardo was born in Mexico City, Mexico in the year 1970, which makes his age 48. He completed his Dramatic Arts from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.