José María Yazpik

José María Yazpik

actor, producer, director

José María Yazpik was born on Nov 13, 1970 in Mexico. José María Yazpik's big-screen debut came with Fidel directed by David Attwood in 2002, strarring Camilo Cienfuegos. José María Yazpik is known for Narcos: Mexico directed by Andrés Baiz, Scoot McNairy stars as Walt Breslin and José María Yazpik as Amado Carrillo Fuentes. José María Yazpik has got 3 awards and 10 nominations so far. The most recent award José María Yazpik achieved is Miami Film Festival. The upcoming new movie José María Yazpik plays is There Are No Saints which will be released on May 27, 2022.

Jose Maria lived his whole childhood in Mexico City until the age of 12 when he, along with his family, moved to San Diego, California. As soon as he concluded his high school studies, he moved to Tijuana, Mexico, to attend Law school, but in his first career year a personal experience saw him replace Laws for acting, so he applied to the most recognized acting academy in Mexico: CEA (Centro de Estudios de Actuacion de Televisa) where after inquiring in some average Soap Operas his big hit came in 1998 with his role on La vida en el espejo (1999), where he played a polemical, straight-looking homosexual. He's currently working (April - 2004) on Sueño (2005), starring John Leguizamo and Ana Claudia Talancón.

  • Birthday

    Nov 13, 1970
  • Place of Birth

    Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Known For


3 wins & 10 nominations

Miami Film Festival
Best Performance
Winner - Grand Jury Prize
Ariel Awards, Mexico
Best Supporting Actor (Mejor Coactuación Masculina)
Winner - Silver Ariel
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