Tenoch Huerta Net Worth

Tenoch Huerta’s net worth is $5 million. He is a Mexican film and TV actor. He has worked in films like Bel Canto, Son of Monarchs, The Forever Purge, Madres, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever etc. so Mashoor estimates his worth around $5 million.

Tenoch Huerta Biography

Actor Tenoch Huerta is from Mexico. He has acted as the star of both feature-length movies and short films in Latin America and Spain. In Mónica Maristain’s book 30 Performers Made in Mexico, he is one of the actors who is highlighted. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, scheduled for release in 2022, he will also play Namor.

He was brought into this world on 29 January 1981 in Ecatepec, State of Mexico, Mexico. He has more than 226k followers on Instagram – tenochhuerta.

He won the Best Actor award at the Short Short Film Festival in Mexico City for his work in Café Paraso by Alonso Ruizpalacios. He was nominated five times for the Ariel Award, which he won in 2012 for his performance in the movie Days of Gracia.

Tenoch Huerta

Personal Details

Net Worth$5 million
Real NameJosé Tenoch Huerta Mejía
Age41 years
Date of Birth29 January 1981
BirthplaceEcatepec, State of Mexico, Mexico
NationalityMexican
ProfessionActor

Family

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Children2

Education

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UniversityUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México
QualificationGraduate

Early Life

On January 29, 1981, Huerta was born in Ecatepec, State of Mexico, Mexico. His father, a movie enthusiast, enrolled him in a Mara Elena Saldaa acting class, and Huerta later studied under Carlos Torres Torrija and Luis Felipe Tovar. Huerta comes from an indigenous family; her paternal great-great-grandmother is Purépecha and her maternal great-great-grandmother is Nahua. Huerta denies identifying as an indigenous person.

Career

He appeared as a supporting part in the 2006 movie Asi del precipicio to begin his acting career. He played Li’l Mago, the boss of the infamous Mara Salvatrucha gang’s Tapachula faction, in Cary Joji Fukunaga’s 2009 film Sin nombre. He starred as Carlos Mamami in the biographical catastrophe survival movie The 33, Alejo in Camino, which was released in 2015. In Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico, he started playing Rafael Caro Quintero in 2018.

Alongside his Narcos: Mexico co-star Alejandro Edda, he played Juan in The Forever Purge, the fifth instalment of the Purge franchise, which was released in 2021. Huerta was confirmed to have joined the cast and would be playing Namor the Sub-Mariner in the Marvel Studios movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in 2022 at San Diego Comic-Con.

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