Gerardo Taracena is a Mexican theatre, television, and film actor, producer, and dancer, known for his roles in Apocalypto, Man on Fire, American Family, The Mexican, and Sin Nombre.
Taracena is 51 years old as of now. He was born in 1970 in Mexico City, Mexico. Talking about his height, he is cited to be 5 ft and 3 in (1.62 m) tall.
Gerardo has not gone into details about his parents and siblings. The 51-year-old studied Dramatic Art in the University Center of Theater of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Taracena has a net worth of $2 million as of 2021. He made his debut in the 1994 movie La hija del Puma. The 51-year-old has performed in over 30 theatrical acts and taken part in a diverse collection of festivals across Latin America.
Gerardo starred as El Mandril in the television series El Pantera from 2007 to 2008 and starred as Vicente in the television series Los simuladores in 2009. The 51-year-old has also starred in a number of movies, including A Trickle of Blood, El misterio del Trinidad, To and Fro, Leaving No Trace, Man on Fire, The Mexican, El Violin, Club euthanasia.
His other notable credits include How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Apocalypto, Sin Nombre, Chilango Chronicles, The Zone, Sucedio en un dia, El narco, Contratiempo, Saving Private Perez, El Bukanas, El Shakka, Richness of Internal Space, 4 maras, Las paredes hablan, HOUBA! On the Trail of the Marsupilami, Dia de Gracia, Come Out and Play, El Buchon, Potosi, Deseo, Jiron de Niebla, and Volando Bajo.
Taracena appears to be unmarried as of now. He has not divulged any details related to his private life because of which his dating history and current relationship history remains unknown to the public.
Nonetheless, the 51-year-old is active on Instagram; you can follow him on Instagram at @eltaracena to know more about his personal and professional life.