Gael Garcia Bernal bio

Gael Garcia Bernal Bio

After working as an actor in his native Mexico since childhood, a Gael García Bernal bio states that he made his feature film debut in Alejandro González Iñárritu's Academy Award-nominated Amores perros. In the Gael Garcia Bernal biography, his breakthrough performance in the universally acclaimed film earned him a Silver Ariel Award (Mexico's equivalent of the Oscar) as well as a Silver Hugo Award at the Chicago International Film Festival, both as Best Actor.



One interesting fact about the Gael Garcia Bernal bio is that his next film role was in another globally celebrated feature, Alfonso Cuáron's Academy Award-nominated Y Tu Mamá También, starring opposite his lifelong friend Diego Luna. For their performances, Gael Garcia Bernal and Alfonso Cuáron were jointly voted the Marcello Mastroianni Award at the Venice International Film Festival. Some other interesting facts from the Gael Garcia Bernal biography is that he subsequently starred in the title role of Carlos Carrera's Academy Award-nominated romantic drama El Crimen del padre Amaro [The Crime of Father Amaro]. The Gael Garcia Bernal bio states that his performance earned him the Silver Goddess Award for Best Actor from the Mexican Cinema Journalists, as well as a nomination from the Chicago Film Critics Association for Most Promising Performer. Gael Garcia Bernal can also be seen starring this year in Pedro Almodóvar's La mala educacíon [Bad Education]. He next begins work on James Marsh's independent feature The King.