|Real Name :
|Aaron Diaz Spencer
|March 7, 1982
|Birth Place :
|Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
Aaron Diaz Spencer, born March 7, 1982 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. His father is Mexican and his mother is from the United States. While still very young, he moved with his family to San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato where he spent much of his childhood.
When he enters high school, she goes to live in the United States, where he began working as a model. His idea was to study tourism in Las Vegas, but was invited to audition for the Arts Education Center (CEA) of Televisa. Aaron took advantage of the situation realizing that he loved acting.
His first opportunity comes in a telenovela while being a studient at CEA. He became known in 2002 by playing ‘Kike’ in the teen telenovela Clase 406, the record-breaking one year and seven months without interruption on air. The second act is Corazones al Limite along side Sara Maldonado and Sherlyn. The same year Aaron Diaz ventured into lending his voice to the film stars of Thunderbirds.
In 2005, starred in the telenovela Barrera of love, producer Ernesto Alonso.
In 2006, he ventured to musical theater, with the staging of Grease, where she plays ‘Danny’.
The 2007 brings new surprises for him, starring in the new production of Peter Damian, Lola, once upon a time, in which he plays the coveted ‘Alexander Von Ferdinand’. Also, in this same year, he earns his first ‘Dios de Plata’ as Actor for the film Amor Xtremo.
In 2009 released ‘Enamórate de mi’, his first solo record production rhythm of big band. He also launched his clothing brand ‘Perra’ with which debuted as a designer and entrepreneur.
In 2010 he returned to the small screen in the telenovela Teresa, which he starred alongside Angelique Boyer. This telenovela historical raitings broke through Mexico and transmitted with the same success in the U.S. and several Latin American countries. The same year he released a 2011 calendar with exclusive photos, artistic and original, reflecting and demonstrating his good taste and creativity as a director of this project.
To end his successful 2010, Aaron launched his second album titled “Aaron Diaz” which have the following singles: Mi religión, Teresa and No puedo dejar de amarte, these last two themes he wrote for the telenovela Teresa.
He is currently promoting his cd and calendar which will soon be released throughout Mexico and in Latin America.