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Mario Casas Gay

Mario Casas Gay’s net worth is about $1-$4 million.


Mario Casas Gay

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Mario Casas, born Mario Casas Sierra, is a Spanish actor who began his career in 2005, appearing in telenovelas such as Personal Motives (Motivos Personales), Women (Mujeres), and Obsesión (Obsession). The following year, he made his film debut in ‘El camino de los ingleses’ (Summer Rain).

What is the net worth of Mario Casas Gay?

Aside from his extensive acting resume, the Spanish actor’s life is filled with events that are not depicted in any film. Mario Casas Gay’s net worth is about $1-$4 million.

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Mario Casas Gay: Birth, Parents Siblings & Education

Mario Casas Gay was born on June 12, 1986, as Mario Casas Sierra in A Corua, Galicia, Spain.

Heidi and Ramon Casas had him when they were both teenagers. His mother was seventeen at the time, and his father was nineteen.

His parents had four other children after him; his immediate younger sister Sheila, with whom he has a special bond, was born a year and a half after he was born.

Christian and Oscar came after Sheila. Daniel, his youngest brother, who he considered almost a nephew due to their age difference, was born in 2014.

Mario describes his family as a “Sicilian family,” that is, a family with many children centered on a “matriarch”; this is because his father worked as a carpenter and was constantly moving from one city to the next, and the children spent far more time with their mother than with their father.

Mario’s family moved to Barcelona when he was four years old; when he turned eighteen, he moved to the Spanish capital on an adventure and brought his entire family with him; due to the nature of his father’s job, it wasn’t difficult for him to accompany his son to Madrid with the entire family when he left Barcelona.

Mario Casas considers his father to be his role model, and his mother and siblings to be his confidantes.

Mario Casas Gay: Professional Career

Mario Casas Gay was always interested in the arts as a child, singing and dancing as well as playing football and ping-pong. When he was older, he decided to pursue a career in acting professionally and enrolled at the Cristina Rota School of Dramatic Arts.

Mario started his career in advertising. He has appeared in advertisements for Scalextric, Telepizza, and Cola Cao, among others.

He began his acting career in 2005, appearing in Spanish telenovelas such as Personal Motives (Motivos personales), Women (Mujeres), and Obsesión (Obsession).

He made his film debut the following year in Antonio Banderas’ El camino de los ingleses (Summer Rain), which introduced him to a wider audience.

Later that year (2006), he joined the cast of the LaSexta TV series SMS, and the following year, he began starring in the Antena 3 series Los hombres de Paco (Paco’s Men), which aired from 2007 to 2010.

Mario appeared in two hit films in 2009: Brain Drain (Fuga de cerebros) and Sex, Party, and Lies (Mentiras y Gordas). He co-starred in the former with Amaia Salamanca, and in the latter with Hugo Silva, Yon González, Ana de Armas, and Ana Maria Polvorosa. Both films performed well at the box office during their opening weekends.

The following year, Mario Casas co-starred in the film Three Steps Above Heaven (Tres metros Sobre el cielo) with Mara Valverde.

The film was the highest-grossing Spanish film that year. Later that year, he appeared in Paco Cabezas’ Carne de neon (Neon Meat) and Jaume Balagueró’s Miedo. In 2012, he co-starred in I Want You (Tengo Ganas de) with Clara Lago and Valverde.

Casas shuttled between Colombia and Chile for his second English film project Los 33 between late 2013 and early 2014. (The 33). The film, which also starred Juliette Binoche and Antonio Banderas, was inspired by the 2010 Chilean mining accident.

In 2015, he appeared in Lex de la Iglesia’s new comedy My Great Night as well as the romantic drama Palm Trees in the Snow (Palmeras en la Nieve). El fotógrafo de Mauthausen, his most recent film, was released in 2018.

A film that tells the story of Francisco Boix, a Spanish republican photographer who was sent to the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp complex during WWII and played a role in the conviction of Nazi war criminals. Mario had to lose 26 pounds (12 kilograms) in order to play Boix while incarcerated.

Mario Casas, a Spanish actor, has won several Spanish awards, including the Association of Latin Entertainment Critics Awards, the EE Film Awards, the EP3 Awards, the LesGaiCineMad Festival Awards, the Micrófono de Oro Awards, the Neox Fan Awards, the Villarreal International Short Film Festival Awards, and the Zaragoza Film Festival Awards.

Mario Casas Gay: Relationship Status

Mario Casas Gay, as far as we know, is not gay. He’s always been a suave gentleman.

According to his parents, the actor has always been a flirt; he had his first girlfriend when he was four, and despite his late development, he has always been a flirt (at 15, he still had the body of a child).

Mario has always had a thing for women, and he has a long list of dates to prove it, from Mara Valverde to Berta Vázquez and now Blanca Suárez, whom he has been dating since 2018.

The couple has not revealed whether or not they will marry anytime soon, but everything appears to be going well between them.

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Mario Casas: Height and Weight

Despite his late development; according to Mario Casas Gay’s parents, at the age of fifteen, he still had the body of a child, the handsome man did not end up a short guy after all. He stands 5 feet 9 inches tall, or 1.8 meters.