I mean, I think, at least what’s appealing about, you know, TV on the internet, I don’t really know if you can call it TV if it’s not on a television anymore, but that Netflix, Amazon, Hulu model is that there’s a lot more creative control.I mean, I myself, really I don’t get any of the notes from faceless studio executives about what my body should look like or how I should read that line, and so I feel empowered as an actor. We saved it all for this," boomed Mc Dowell - and they knew each other only by reputation. A suggestion that a story line about such grown-up lovers would be less likely on a television network that depends on youth-targeted advertising brought a strong reaction from Mc Dowell. "It's classical music, so we're the baby boomer [attraction]. "Let's not forget it's brilliantly written," he said. She doesn't claim to be an expert in the classical arena.
"[Alejandro] came up with a very good Latin American solution to this problem — he said that a relative was a director of a hospital and he would be able to get me a medical certificate to say that I had contracted some big tropical disease on my last visit to Mexico.
He has been amazing with his wonderful work in TV shows and movies and has won millions of hearts with his immense acting talent.
Gael García Bernal is, undoubtedly, a recognisable Latino face in Hollywood.
But if you don't know much about the 38-year-old actor, famous for his roles in iconic, award-winning Latin American films — aside from the fact that he's super handsome — we've rounded up 16 things you need to know about him to call yourself a true fan. Keep scrolling to learn more about the Mozart in the Jungle star ahead of the 2017 Golden Globe Awards (he's nominated for best actor, TV musical or comedy) before you relive his winning night at last year's ceremony.
ABSTRACT: The career path of Gael García Bernal is inextricably linked to the alternative fortunes of Latin American cinema and questions of regional imaginary.
After the production crisis of the 1990s, Latin American cinema succeeded in regaining importance worldwide.And I read that in the beginning you shadowed an oboist to prepare for the role. At this point, I’ve been able to work with a couple of oboists internationally actually because there was a different oboist every time that we moved. I don’t know, I mean, it’s just an interesting thing to return to a character every year, it’s a luxury, and it’s also a challenge as an actor to, like, remember who this person is in the off-season.So, three seasons in, has it become easier to jump back into the character when you start working again? So I worked with an oboist in Mexico, and an oboist in Italy, two oboists in Italy, and then a few, actually, in New York now. It’s definitely an instrument that you need to have a long relationship with to even begin to understand how to play with any kind of… And I feel very fortunate because Hailey’s trajectory and my own have a similarity - that is a young person in a creative world - that and trying to understand how to be in that world, and how much you want from that world, and I’ve always felt like it’s a coincidence, or maybe it’s not a coincidence, getting to play this character.He played the role of Chloe in a TV movie called Ray Donovan in the year 2013 and his absolutely scintillating work made many people admire him.He played the role of Henry Bird in another TV film called The Advocated in the year 2013 and his work was nonetheless superb in this production also. So that is as bad as having a censor, you know, in London or in Berlin, with a red pen, going, 'No, you can't say that, you can't do this.' That's exactly the same thing, but it's because of the ratings. The season's offerings include a contemporary aria for a fictional opera based on Amy "The Long Island Lolita" Fisher. I have to get that one.' You know, I used to listen to Chopin and different things like that, and I was given a lot of classical music as a young person.