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Amaury Nolasco is a Puerto Rican actor best known for his roles in television series like Prison Break and Telenovelas like Pasion De Gavilanes. He was born on December 24, 1970 in Puerto Rico, and was raised in the small town of Río Piedras.
At an early age, Amaury knew he wanted to be an actor, and he began to pursue his dreams in 1994 when he enrolled in an acting school in San Juan, Puerto Rico. After graduating from the school, he moved to Miami, Florida and began working on different television shows and small movie roles.
In 1999, Amaury was cast in his first major role on the soap opera Pasion De Gavilanes. His role as the mysterious and romantic Javier Reina was well-received by the audience and he quickly became one of the show’s most popular characters.
In 2004, Amaury made the transition to Hollywood with a role on the hit show Prison Break. He played the role of Fernando Sucre, a former prison inmate and friend of Michael Scofield. His character quickly became a fan favorite, and he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance.
In 2006, Amaury made his film debut in the action movie The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. His performance as the criminal Han was praised by critics and he was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance.
In recent years, Amaury has appeared in several television shows and films, including the crime drama Hawaii Five-0 and the horror movie The Curse of La Llorona. He has also been seen in the Netflix series Narcos, as well as the movie The Shallows.
Amaury is an accomplished actor who has achieved success in both the United States and Latin America. His hard work and dedication to his craft has earned him a place among the greats in the entertainment industry, and his legacy will live on for years to come.