Tenoch Huerta is a Mexican actor who has gained fame for his appearances in various Latin American and Spanish movies, including feature films, short films, and the television series Narcos: Mexico, where he is credited as Tenoch Huerta.
He is listed as one of the 30 Actors Made in Mexico in Mónica Maristain’s book. Recently, he was cast as Namor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is set to appear in the upcoming film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022), where he is credited as Tenoch Huerta Mejía.
There is a growing interest in learning about both the personal and professional life of Tenoch Huerta. In this article, we will delve deeper into his career as well as his family, including his wife and children. Keep reading to discover more about his life.
Know About Tenoch Huerta’s Wife And Children
Tenoch Huerta is married, but the name of his wife is not publicly known. He is a father of two children, one of whom is his daughter named Atzin, and a son, whose name is not known. Huerta frequently shares photos of his children on Instagram.
However, there is no information available about his wife at this time.
How Tenoch Huerta Began His Acting Career?
Tenoch Huerta began his acting career with a minor role in the 2006 film Asi del precipicio. He gained recognition in 2009 with his role as Li’l Mago, the leader of the Tapachula faction of the Mara Salvatrucha gang, in Cary Joji Fukunaga’s film Sin nombre. Huerta appeared in the biographical disaster film The 33 (2015) as Carlos Mamani and as Alejo in Camino.
In 2018, he joined the cast of Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico as Rafael Caro Quintero. In 2021, he appeared as Juan in The Forever Purge and was cast to portray Namor in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022). While his casting as Namor was positively received in Mexico, some negative reactions were characterized as expressions of racism and malinchismo. Huerta spoke out against racism in the film industry and expressed his excitement to play the character.
Tenoch Huerta Background
On January 29, 1981, Huerta was born in Ecatepec de Morelos, State of Mexico, and was introduced to acting by his film-loving father, who enrolled him in an acting course taught by María Elena Saldaña. Huerta later continued his studies with Carlos Torres Torrija and Luis Felipe Tovar.
Although he has Indigenous ancestry, with a Nahua maternal great-grandmother and a Purépecha paternal great-great-grandmother, Huerta does not personally identify as Indigenous. Nonetheless, he encourages individuals to expand their knowledge of Indigenous heritage both within and beyond their communities.