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Mexican Actor – Diego Luna

Diego Luna, born December 29, 1979 in Mexico City, is a Mexican actor.


Diego Luna’s mother died in a car accident when he was only two years old. Luna was left to be raised by his father, Alejandro — renowned as one of Mexico’s most talented set designers. The draw of the entertainment industry (to which his father’s work had exposed him) proved irresistible for the talented aspiring actor. With his success in Alfonso Cuaron’s Y tu mamá también, international offers began to appear at his doorstep.

Luna remained in Mexico for a trio of films before accepting supporting roles in Frida and Vampires: Los Muertos in 2002. His status as an international star was confirmed when director Kevin Costner cast Luna in the 2003 Western Open Range.


Following high-profile roles in Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights and Criminal (both 2004) the young star stepped before the camera for Steven Spielberg for the 2004 drama The Terminal, which was inspired by the true-life tale of Iranian refugee Merhan Karimi Nasseri.

Luna is a childhood friend of Gael García Bernal, another Mexican actor and a stakeholder of the t-shirt company NaCo.