Luis Gerardo is considered one of the most accomplished actors of his generation and has built a career that combines feature films, theatre, and television.
He began to be recognized as an icon in the industry in 2007, when he performed in the musical “Hoy no me puedo levantar” and other plays such as “Avenue Q” and “Hotel Good Luck”.
His first lead role in a feature film was “Nosotros los Nobles”, followed by hits such as “Cásese quien pueda”, “No sé si cortarme las venas o dejármelas largas”, by director Manolo Caro, as well as “Tiempo compartido” and “Bayoneta”, both of which gained him a nomination for an Ariel Award, a distinction conferred by the Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (AMACC).
On the small screen, he starred in “Club de Cuervos”, which gained him international presence as the first Spanish-speaking Netflix original series.
In 2019, he appeared in Netflix’s “Murder Mystery” and “Charlie’s Angels”, sharing screen credits with Kristen Stewart. Luis starred in the recently premiered Hollywood feature film “Half Brothers”, in which he tackled the role of executive producer for the first time.