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Manuel Garcia-Rulfo is Chasing a Feeling


Manuel Garcia-Rulfo is a Mexican artist living in France. At the age of 16, he began a project called The Holy Forest Project. He has spent the last 16 years working on it, painting scenes of childhood in the woods near his hometown Monterrey, Mexico. This series is compose of nearly 1,700 paintings and includes works. Such as “The Fisherman,” “The Little Girl and the Wild Flower,” “The Mountaineer,” “Mountain Ash and Basswood” and more.

Lately, Hollywood has been interested in something called “diversity,” which is a code word for films fronted by actors of color and films with non-white leads. One of their newest recruits is Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, an actor from Mexico who became known to American audiences last year as one of the stars of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

In case you’re unfamiliar with his work, or just want to know more about what he’s up to next, we’ve compiled some helpful links for you here!
First, here’s a video interview with him:

Then, here’s a video from 2016, where he talks about his background, Rogue One, and diversity in Hollywood.

Here’s one of the aforementioned interview:

First, “De La Tierra” was written by Manuel Garcia-Rulfo. We’ve mentioned this before. It was released in Mexico in 2014, on the occasion of the country’s Bicentennial. Garcia-Rulfo then starred alongside Gael Garcia Bernal (who later directed Garcia-Rulfo in City of God) in 2015’s “The Untamed.

Manuel Garcia-Rulfo is a Mexican actor and singer. He was born in San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Garcia-Rulfo guest starred on the TV show “The New Normal” and had a role in the movie “The Magnificent Seven”. He also played the character Santanico Pandemonium on American Horror Story: Coven.

In 2017, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo played a starring role in Sicario, as Alejandro Gillick, part of an elite team of special agents who enter Juarez to fight off drug cartels operating on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.In 2018 , he joined the cast of the live action remake of Disney’s Aladdin as one of the 3 bad guys Jafar, Iago and Abis Mal.

Garcia-Rulfo was born in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Throughout his career, he has portrayed in many Mexican telenovelas like “Acapulco, Cuerpo y Alma”, “Tres Veces Ana”, “Lancelot”, “La Madrastra (TV series)”, and “Amor Real”. He was also the co-producer of La Casa de las Flores. He is currently a protagonist for the Antena 3 TV series El Príncipe.

Net Worth Of Manuel Garcia-Rulfo’s?

Manuel Garcia-Rulfo is one of the richest celebrities in Mexico. We’re going to find out how wealthy he is by looking at his net worth.

A net worth, or wealth, is a person’s total assets minus total liabilities. The figure is usually calculated annually, but can be done on a monthly basis as well. The calculation enables those who are not millionaires to better measure their financial status against the world’s richest people who are worth more than $1 billion and might be less interested in sharing their numbers publicly. Garth Brooks (with a net worth of $360 million) was rank as America’s third-richest country singer by Forbes magazine in 2013.

Manuel Garcia-Rulfo is one of the celebrities in Mexico who has a net worth that’s well over $1 million. He might have an even greater net worth if he hadn’t cut down on some of his expenses. Recently, Garcia-Rulfo revealed that he’s living in an apartment with his wife as they’re saving up to buy a bigger house.

However, Garcia-Rulfo also claims that he doesn’t pay attention to the money. He makes from any particular film or television show. Instead, he focuses on his acting capabilities. And whether people will be willing to pay money for them after sitting through some films or watching some shows. That are center around his performances.

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