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Eugenio Derbez, a renowned TV actor, was born on September 2, 1961, in Mexico City. He is celebrated for his versatile talents in acting, writing, and comedy. His parents are Silvia Derbez, an actress, and Eugenio Gonzales Salas, a publicist. Currently residing in Los Angeles, California, he has been in relationships with Victoria Ruffo and Gabriela Michel, and his children, Vadhir Derbez, Jose Eduard Derbez, and Aislinn, all follow in his footsteps as actors.
Eugenio Derbez’s acting journey began at the tender age of 12 when he appeared as an extra in a telenovela. He continued honing his craft during his school years and formally commenced his career in theaters when he turned 19. In the early 1980s, he enjoyed continuity on the Mexican television show “CachunCachun Ra Ra!” and also appeared in “En Familia con Chabelo,” a children’s television show. His breakthrough came in 1988 when he secured a recurring role in the renowned comedy series “Anabel,” where he showcased his versatility by portraying multiple characters.
In the 1990s, he delved into the film industry, making his directorial debut with the soap opera “No Tenga Madre,” which achieved success. This marked the beginning of his directorial journey, leading to the creation of other popular shows such as “Derbez en Cuando,” “Complices al Rescate,” and “Carita de Angel.”
In 2003, Eugenio expanded into production, producing “XHDRBZ” and “Hospital el Paisa,” followed by “Vecinos” in 2009 and “Ellas son… la alegria del hogar.”
One of his most celebrated roles was in the sitcom “La familia P. Luche,” which propelled him to global stardom, earning him numerous international awards and roles in commercial US films.
His acting prowess extended to hit films, including “Sangre de mi Sangre,” which received the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, and the indie smash hit “La Misma Luna.” He also appeared in Adam Sandler’s “Jack and Jill” as Felipe.
In 2013, Eugenio Derbez directed and starred in “Instructions Not Included,” a Spanish film that attained immense fame, grossing over $100 million and breaking several box office records. It ranked as the third top-grossing film of the year in the United States, released alongside successful films like Iron Man sequels and Despicable Me.
Eugenio Derbez augmented his wealth not only through films and television appearances but also as a prolific scriptwriter for shows like “Hospital el paisa.”
In 2016, he upgraded his living conditions, purchasing a mansion worth $8 million in Beverly Hills, following his previous residence in Pacific Palisades, which cost $6 million.
Eugenio Derbez harbors a secret passion for cars, boasting an impressive collection that includes Ford Convertible Club Coupe 1947, Smart Fortwo Brabus, and Hummer H2.
In total, Eugenio Derbez’s net worth amounts to $30 million, with an annual salary of about $1.6 million. His movies, including “Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” “Jack and Jill,” “Miracles from Heaven,” “The Book of Life,” and “Instructions Not Included,” have earned substantial box office revenues.