Daniel Arenas is one of the famous actors from Colombia. He is popular in Colombia and Mexico for starring in the role of Octavio Narváez in the TV series Corazon Indomable. He is also known for his role in La Gata and Los Reyes.
Daniel Arenas was born as Daniel Arenas Consuegra in Bucaramanga, Santander, Colombia. He was born as the youngest child of his parents. He is Colombian and is fluent in Spanish. He is of white ethnicity.
Daniel enrolled in the Colegio San Pedro Claver during his high school and later attended the Autonomous University of Bucaramanga.
As Daniel was fascinated by acting as a child, he moved to the United States to study acting. He made his acting debut in 2003 by starring in the TV series Francisco el Matemático where he played the role of Hans.
Two years later, he starred in the role of Santiago "Santi" Iriarte in the TV series Los Reyes. He got his rise in fame after he began portraying the role of Octavio Narváez in the TV series Corazón Indomable alongside Elizabeth Alvarez. Besides, he has also appeared in the movie, The Stray Cat in 2014 alongside Maite Perroni and Manuel Ojeda.
Though Daniel is found having romantic love affairs with several girlfriends in the big screen, his real love life is private and is unknown to the media so that we can't say anything about his dating life. It is also unknown where he is married or divorced.
Arenas with his appearance in various Mexican and Colombian shows has found so much fame and earned a lot of cash in his career. Although his total net worth is unknown, his estimated net worth as of 2018 is $44 million.