Carlos East Jr.
Carlos East Jr. was born on Dec 17, 1980 in Mexico. Carlos East Jr.'s big-screen debut came with Vacations of Terror directed by René Cardona III in 1989, strarring Jaimito.
Carlos East was bit by the acting bug almost at conception; his father Carlos East Sr., was an actor of stage, television and film, sharing screen credits with the likes of Lana Turner, Boris Karloff, and Karl Malden. Carlos East began his career, alongside his identical twin brother Ernesto, in his native Mexico at the tender age of two, and by age 13 he had participated in more than 10 different films. In 1999 he was selected from thousands of hopefuls to take part in one of the most renowned acting schools in Mexico, El CEFAC (Centro de Formacion Actoral de Mexico). He has since appeared, as part of the lead cast, in a number of successful Telenovelas (Hispanic Soap Operas) El Amor No Es Como Lo Pintan, Como en el Cine, La Hija Del Jardinero, and Tierra De Pasiones. Along with his love of acting, Carlos shares a passion for art. He designs, collectible and limited edition, toy art. East has developed and designed art campaigns for many prestigious labels such as Bacardi, Vans, Headquarters, Kid Robot, and Nike. For his next project he will donate art to Amigos Together For Kids, an organization that assists abused and abandoned children. This multi-talented young man, a cross between a Leonardo DiCaprio and a young Jude Law, has set his sights on Hollywood and is ready to take on the Silver Screen.
BirthdayDec 17, 1980
Place of BirthMexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico