Aaron Diaz Biography, Age, Wife, Movies, Telenovela, Quantico And News

Aaron Diaz Spenser is a Mexican American actor, singer and also, model. He was born on March 7th, 1982 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico.

Aaron Diaz Biography

Aaron Diaz Spenser is a Mexican American actor, singer and also, model. He was born on March 7th, 1982 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. He attended highschool in Palo Alto and returned to Mexico to study at Televisa Acting School Centro de Educacion Artistica.

Aaron Diaz Age

He was born on March 7th, 1982 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. He is 37 years old as of 2019.

Aaron Diaz Wife | Aaron Diaz Lola Ponce | Aaron Diaz y Lola Ponce | Aaron Diaz y Kate del Castillo

He was in a relatrionship with Kate del Castillo in 2007 and he married her on August 29th, 2009 in Las Vegas. The two separated in 2011. He then started dating Lola Ponce in 2012 and they got married in 2015. The couple has two children together.

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Movies

Year Title Role
2006 Amor xtremo Sebastián
2012 Marcelo Marcelo
2019 No Manches Frida 2 Mario

TV Shows and Telenovelas

Year Title Role Notes
2001 El juego de la vida Unknown role 1 episode
2002–2003 Clase 406 Kike González Lead role
2004 Corazones al límite Braulio Vallardes Stone Co-lead role
2005 Barrera de amor Andrés Romero Recurring role
2007 Plaza Sésamo Doctor “Visita al doctor” (Season 10, Episode 14)
2007–2008 Lola, érase una vez Alexander Von Ferdinand Lead role
2008 Terminales Unknown role
  • “Sangre nueva” (Season 1, Episode 7)
  • “Espejismos” (Season 1, Episode 8)
2010 Dinoshark Luis Television film
2010–2011 Teresa Mariano Sánchez Suárez Lead role; 152 episodes
2011 Pan Am Miguel “Unscheduled Departure” (Season 1, Episode 8)
2012 El Talismán Antonio Negrete Lead role
2013 Rosario Esteban Martínez Co-lead role
2013–2014 Santa Diabla Santiago Cano Lead role
2014–2015 Los miserables César Mondragón Bianchi 16 episodes
2014–2015 Tierra de reyes Arturo Gallardo Lead role
2016–2017 Quantico León Velez Recurring role
2019 Betty en NY Ricardo Calderón

Aaron Diaz Quantico

He had a recurring role portraying León Velez in this TV series. This drama from executive producers Josh Safran and Mark Gordon explores the lives of young FBI recruits who have come to the Quantico base in Virginia for 21 weeks of training to become special agents.

The recruits have been thoroughly vetted and are considered the best and the brightest – but each one possesses secrets, including hidden reasons for enlisting. One recruit is harbouring the biggest secret of all, and he ends up being suspected of masterminding the most deadly attack on U.S. soil since 9/11.

First episode date: 27 September 2015
Final episode date: 3 August 2018
Network: American Broadcasting Company
Production locations: Montreal, Sherbrooke, New York City

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Aaron Diaz Music

He has the following songs;

  • Santa diabla – a duet with Carlos Ponce – (homonymous soap opera theme) (2013).[12]
  • Aaron Diaz (2011) Self Titled Album
  • No puedo dejar de amarte y Teresa (Soap Opera Teresa topics)(2010).
  • Enamórate de mí (2009).
  • Magico – a duet with Eiza Gonzalez – (Lola Erase Una Vez Soundtrack)
  • Clase 406

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Aaron Diaz NEWS

Why ‘Quantico’ Star Aaron Diaz Is Returning To Spanish-Language Television

Source; forbes.com

Aaron Diaz knows a good role when he sees one.

Which is why he’s returning to Spanish-language television to play Ricardo Calderon in Telemundo’s Betty En NY, a reimagining of Yo Soy Betty, la fea (Ugly Betty), after the cancellation of ABC’s Quantico in May.

Calderon is Vice President of Business Development at V&M Fashion and is described as judgmental and superficial. His main goals in life are to bed beautiful women, adding them to his long list of conquests. Things get complicated for him, however, once Betty (played by newcomer Elyfer Torres) joins the company.

The Mexican-born actor admits he’s excited to return to his roots, especially since the “bad guy” role was too exciting to turn down.

“Ricardo manipulates everybody,” Diaz said about his vain and metrosexual character on Betty En NY. “There’s no other way for me to describe him than by saying he’s a total asshole. He gets away with a lot at work because he’s best friends with the owner. He’s a master manipulator and it’s been a really fun role to portray.”

Diaz admits it’s the right time to bring to light the “Ricardo Calderons” in the corporate world, especially during the #MeToo” era. Calderon has a lot to learn, and hopefully by the end of the scripted series he will have changed his ways.

“This character is a little tricky because we’re living in an era where a lot of things are delicate,” the father-of-two explained. “There’s a lot of stuff that he does and says that is not correct. So what do you do? You have to go all out and show he’s kind of a cliche, almost. Everyone watching will say, ‘This guy is such an asshole!’ Everyone knows he’s wrong. That’s just the kind of character he is.

I hope people will see some of his good qualities, he’s very charismatic. But everything he says is just so politically incorrect. These type of people really exist. I had some issues playing him at certain points where I’d try to play him without being so harsh but I just can’t. In order for a character like this to work, is that he’s played exactly as he is written so people can see him for exactly the person he is.

Diaz was elated to accept this role because it’s like none other he’s played before. Sometimes, audiences need a bad guy like Calderon so that viewers can learn about themselves, if the shoe fits.

“He’s a character like none other I’ve ever played and I like that,” he shared excitedly. “I’m ok with people not liking Ricardo because people like him exist. I don’t know how the story ends yet, but I really hope he redeems himself by the end. He has to realize at some how ridiculous he is and he decides to grow up.”

The longtime actor is pleased with how Hollywood is evolving, with more and more audiences watching Spanish-language content. Today, he doesn’t have to pick between working only in the general market but can continue to pick projects that he enjoys, regardless of language.

“Things have definitely changed during my 16-year career in television,” he said. “I naturally started working in the Spanish-language market as a Latino, but it could’ve happened the opposite way for me too. My mom is American and my father is Mexican. I grew up in Northern California since the age of 14.

But with me finding success in the Hispanic market, I will never abandon this audience that supported me. I can’t go away [to the general market], disappear and never come back. So even when I take on projects like Quantico, I’ll always come back to my core audience.

Especially, when it’s a project like this that has such strong female roles. I’m the father of two girls and I was raised surrounded by strong women and continue to be surrounded by them— I have my mom, my sister, my wife, and my grandmother. I’m a very proud feminist and support them in every way.

There’s nothing more beautiful than a female and we have to respect and empower them.”