Luis Gerardo Méndez Hollywood Debut: ‘Nosotros Los Nobles’ Star To Act Alongside Antonio Banderas And Adrien Brody

Mexican actor Luis Gerardo Méndez will be debuting in Hollywood. Getty

One of the stars of the Mexican hit movie “Nosotros Los Nobles”, Luis Gerardo Méndez might soon take his career to the film sets of Hollywood. According to Variety magazine, the Mexican actor has been hired by FOX to join the cast of the film "The Brothers Huffington-Fynne." If this turns out to be the case, Méndez would be acting alongside big names like Antonio Banderas and Oscar winner Adrien Brody. In addition, the Agusacalientes native would be bringing not one, but four characters to life in the movie.

Méndez also starred in the movie “Cantinflas” as Mario Moreno’s Russian brother in law, Estanislao Shilinsky and said he was extremely excited to see the response of the audience and the media in the US. “We premiered the movie at the Chinese Theatre which is a legendary place, where all the important actors and directors have been to at one point. It was very special to present the movie there,” said the actor.

Amongst his other projects, Luis Gerardo recently started filming a 13-episode series from Alazraki Entertainment, which centers on a family feud among heirs of a soccer club after the owner’s death. The Netflix series, directed by Gaz Alazraki, offers a satirical, highly entertaining look into the world of professional football. “We formed a very special team for ‘Nosotros los Nobles’ and we all knew we wanted to keep working together. When I told the team that Netflix was interested in producing the show, the excitement was contagious since there’s nobody cooler and more innovative in this day and age than Netflix,” said Alazraki.

In addition, Luis Gerardo Mendéz and fellow “Nosotros los Nobles” star Karla Souza, are the faces of a popular toothpaste brand in a campaign were the PR Director of the brand says they chose the actors because they want the campaign to show how a good attitude and willingness to work hard brings dreams to life.


What do you think?
Natalie Roterman
Natalie Roterman

Natalie (from Mexico) joined Latin Times back in 2014 and she is all about pop culture and entertainment. She also has a genetic love for food and traveling. Follow her and get the scoop on the biggest upcoming films and TV shows, plus interviews with your favorite stars that you won’t want to miss. When she’s not writing for Latin Times, she’s either filming her next episode of “El Show de Natalie,” at a movie theater, binge-watching a new TV series, or planning her next meal.