Daniel Giménez Cacho

Daniel Giménez Cacho

Daniel Giménez Cacho was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Gimé Cacho's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the Pedro Armendariz Jr. action movie "El Camino Largo a Tijuana" (1989), "Cabeza de Vaca" (1992) and "On the Air" (1994). He also appeared in the horror feature "Cronos" (1994) with Federico Luppi, the Victoria Abril comedy "Nobody Will Talk About Us When We're Dead" (1995) and "Deep Crimson" (1997). His film career continued throughout the early 2000s in productions like the drama "The Virgin of Lust" (2002) with Ariadna Gil, "Aro Tolbukhin" (2002) and the Fernando Luján dramatic adaptation "No One Writes to the Colonel" (2003). He also appeared in "Nicotina" (2004). More recently, he tackled roles in "The Black Pimpernel" (2007), "La Zona" (2007) with Maribel Verdú and "Tear This Heart Out" (2008). He also appeared in "I'm Gonna Explode" (2009) and "The Attempt Dossier" (2010). Gimé Cacho most recently appeared in "Club de Cuervos" (2014-).