Juan Diego Botto

Born in Argentina and raised in Spain, actor Juan Diego Botto is known for his fiery yet sensitive portrayals of a wide range of Spanish-speaking characters. After scoring appearances in several small Spanish films ... Read more »
Born: 08/28/1975

Filmography

Actor (31)

El Caballero Don Quijote 2014 (Movie)

(Actor)

Dictado 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

God Loves Caviar 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

Silencio en la nieve 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

Anything You Want 2010 (Movie)

Leo (Actor)

Las viudas de los jueves 2009 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Anarchist's Wife 2009 (Movie)

Justo (Actor)

Bordertown 2007 (Movie)

Marco A Salamanca (Actor)

El Greco 2007 (Movie)

Nino de Guevara (Actor)

The Feast of the Goat 2006 (Movie)

Amadito (Actor)

Vete Di Mi 2006 (Movie)

Guillermo (Actor)

Obaba 2005 (Movie)

Miguel (Actor)

Roma 2004 (Movie)

Manuel Cueto/Younger Joaquin (Actor)

Los Abajo Firmantes 2003 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Dancer Upstairs 2003 (Movie)

Sucre (Actor)

Silencio roto 2001 (Movie)

Manuel (Actor)

Sobrevivire 2001 (Movie)

Inaqui (Actor)

Asfalto 2000 (Movie)

Charly (Actor)

Not Love, Just Frenzy 2000 (Movie)

Carlos (Actor)

Ave Maria 1999 (Movie)

Miguel (Actor)

Novios 1999 (Movie)

Arturito (Actor)

Plenilunio 1999 (Movie)

Murderer (Actor)

In Praise of Older Women 1997 (Movie)

Andres--Age 20 (Actor)

Martin (H) 1997 (Movie)

Hache (Actor)

La Celestina 1996 (Movie)

Calisto (Actor)

Historias del Kronen 1994 (Movie)

Carlos (Actor)

Si Te Dicen Que Cai 1992 (Movie)

Sarnita (Actor)

How to Be a Woman and Survive 1991 (Movie)

Sergio (Actor)

El Rio de Oro 1985 (Movie)

(Actor)

Los Motivos de Berta 1984 (Movie)

Nino (Actor)

Teo el Pelirrojo 1984 (Movie)

Santiago (Actor)

Biography

Born in Argentina and raised in Spain, actor Juan Diego Botto is known for his fiery yet sensitive portrayals of a wide range of Spanish-speaking characters. After scoring appearances in several small Spanish films, Botto became known in the United States for his recurring role as Felipe, Zorro's faithful servant and the only one who knows his true identity, in the adventure series "Zorro: The Legend Begins", which aired on the Family Channel for four seasons. A few years later, Botto starred in the poignant film "Martin (Hache)", about a 19-year-old Argentinean boy who is sent to live with his father in Madrid after a failed suicide attempt. More attention came Botto's way with his honest portrayal of Sucre, a detective's partner, which he played opposite Javier Bardem in the first feature directed by John Malkovich, "The Dancer Upstairs". The part led to a starring role as the dogged Manuel Cueto, an Argentinean journalist who is hired to type a famous novelist's last book, in the sentimental drama "Roma"; and an award-winning role as Guillermo, the son who discovers his life is a lie, in the sweet "Vete de mí", where he played opposite his real-life father, Diego Botto.

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