Veronica Ferres
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Werner Herzog
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Pablo Larrain
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Jorge Salinas
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Michel Gondry
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(Health disease)

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Gael García Bernal

Knowledge Identifier: +Gael_Garcia_Bernal


Gael Garcia Bernal

Mexican film actor, director, and producer add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1978.

Countries: United States (28%), Mexico (9%), United Kingdom (9%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Veronica Ferres, Werner Herzog, Golden Globe Award

Linked to: Chicago Film Critics Association, Central School of Speech and Drama, Nike, Inc., YouTube




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Gael Garcia Bernal was born in 1978 add something


In his later teens, he took part in peaceful demonstrations during the Chiapas uprising of 1994 add something


Jorge Salinas - In 1999, he starred as the lead of "Sexo, pudor y lágrimas" and in 2000, he participated in the film "Amores perros" alongside Gael García Bernal


Subsequently, García Bernal starred in some of Mexico's most celebrated recent films, including 2001's "Y tu mamá también", and "El crimen del Padre Amaro" add something


They met on the set of "Vidas privadas", in 2001 and married in 2009 add something


García Bernal portrayed Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara twice, first in the 2002 TV miniseries "Fidel" and then, better known, in "The Motorcycle Diaries" , an adaptation of a journal the 23-year-old Guevara wrote about his travels across South America add something


Alfonso Herrera - He attended the Edron Academy, a prestigious high class British school, alongside Gael García Bernal and Ximena Sariñana and graduated in 2002


He has done some theatre work, including a 2005 production of "Bodas de Sangre", by Federico García Lorca, in the Almeida Theatre in London add something


He was nominated for a BAFTA in 2005 for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for "The Motorcycle Diaries" and, in 2006, was nominated for the Orange Rising Star award, which acknowledges new talents in the acting industry add something


Paul Dano - In 2005, he played supporting roles in "The King" with Gael Garcia Bernal, and "The Ballad of Jack and Rose" with Daniel Day-Lewis


Charlotte Gainsbourg - In 2006, Gainsbourg appeared alongside Gael García Bernal in Michel Gondry's "The Science of Sleep"


In 2007 he was a member of the jury of the 57th Berlin International Film Festival add something


Pursuing musical interests, García Bernal is featured on the 2007 Devendra Banhart album "Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon", contributing vocals on the first track entitled "Cristobal add something


Bernal was cast for the 2008 film "Blindness", an adaptation of the 1995 novel of the same name by José Saramago, winner of the Nobel Prize, about a society suffering an epidemic of blindness add something


Gael García Bernal has been with his wife, Argentine actress Dolores Fonzi, since 2008 add something


In 2008, Gael García Bernal was honored with the Excellence in Acting award at the Provincetown International Film Festival add something


On Thursday January 8, 2009, their son Lázaro was born in Madrid, Spain add something


Chris Egan (actor) - In the summer of 2009, he shot the movie "Letters to Juliet" in Italy, with Amanda Seyfried, Vanessa Redgrave and Gael García Bernal


In 2010, he co-directed with Marc Siver four short films in collaboration with Amnesty International add something


In May 2010, García Bernal did a cameo appearance as himself, playing Cristiano Ronaldo in "Ronaldo: The Movie" for the Nike advertisement, "Write The Future" add something


For this work, he was awarded the Washington Office on Latin America's Human Rights award in 2011 add something


García Bernal narrated "Human Planet" for Hispanic audiences, which premiered on Discovery en Español on April 25, 2011 and aired on Discovery Channel in Latin America on May 12 add something


Nicole Kassell - Kassell's second feature film, "A Little Bit of Heaven", a romantic comedy starring Kate Hudson and Gael García Bernal, had its first release in February 2011 in the UK.


And at the 2012 Abu Dhabi Film Festival, Gael García Bernal won the award for Best Actor add something


Pablo Larrain - His fourth feature film is "No", in which Gael García Bernal plays the role of the owner of an advertising company who runs a campaign to vote "No" in the 1988 plebiscite that was designed to keep Augusto Pinochet in power


Dallas Buyers Club - On October 3, 2012, it was announced that Swank was dropped out of the film and Gael Garcia Bernal was in talks to join McConaughey in the "Dallas Buyer's Club", he would play a member of the club, an HIV patient who meets Woodroof in the hospital and helps him in the club


In April 2014, he was announced as a member of the main competition jury at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival add something


In June 2014, he began production as the star of the dramatic comedy "Zoom," directed by Pedro Morelli add something


The couple ended their relationship in September 2014 add something


His performance in the show was met with rave reviews, earning him a Golden Globe Award nomination in 2015 add something


Veronica Ferres - In 2015 she starred in the Werner Herzog film Salt and Fire, co-starring Michael Shannon and Gael García Bernal


Werner Herzog - In 2015, Herzog shot a feature film, "Salt and Fire", in Bolivia, starring Veronica Ferres, Michael Shannon, and Gael García Bernal


His performance in the show was met with rave reviews, earning him a Golden Globe Award in 2016 add something


Veronica Ferres - In 2016, she'll be seen in the leading role in Werner Herzog's newest film, "Salt and Fire", co-starring Michael Shannon and Gael Garcia Bernal


In January 2017, he was announced as a member of the U.S. Dramatic jury at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival add something


In 2018 Bernal met the Holzers in Russia add something


Pablo Larrain - In 2018, it was announced Larraín would direct "Ema" starring Mariana Di Girolamo and Gael García Bernal