The 2 times winner of MTV Movie Awards, Diego Luna Alexander is a Mexican actor, producer, and director. Famed for his appearance in the movies like Milk, Rudo y Cursi, and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, 38-year-old Diego Luna is also one of the founders and owners of Canana Films.
Unlike his previous marriage to Mexican actress Camila Sodi (2008-2013) with whom he shared 2 children, Diego's professional career is a way more successful which earned him estimated net worth of $4 million.
Along with a successful career for over 36 years since his debut in 1982, Luna has not lagged behind from humanitarian works as he runs a non-profit organization named Ambulante.
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Diego Luna Net Worth 2018
Diego started his career in 1982 and since then he has appeared in total 32 movies. Diego has been able to win the heart of millions of fans. Famous for his Telenovela works, Diego Luna has as an estimated net worth of $4 million as of 2018.
Diego's sponsorship and endorsement amount are $104575 and his yearly income is estimated to be $470, 588. He earns most of his income from his movie career that adds up to his net worth.
Though, sadly, he has kept his property details undisclosed.
Diego Luna Professional Career
Diego’s father owns Mexico’ most acclaimed theater and following his father Alejandro Luna's nature, he started his career when he was three years old and took part in various dramas done by his father.
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As an adult, Diego appeared in few Mexican movies and received much fame. After that, he featured in the Academy Award-winning movie Frida in 2002 with his friend, actor Gael Garcia Bernal and made his name in Hollywood.
Diego once also featured in Katy Perry's music video, The One That Got Away.
In 2012, Diego directed his first English-language movie, Chavez. He also played the role of Captain Cassian Andor in the 2106 movie Star Wars epic: Rogue One.
Also, Diego Luna has worked on The Bad Batch, Flatliners, Blood Father, and has won 2009 Critics Choice Awards for Best Ensemble in Milk and 2012 Imagen Award for his work in Cesar Chavez.
Diego Luna non-profit organization
With the co-operation of Gael Garcia Bernal, Pablo Cruz, and Elena Fortes, Diego Luna co-founded a non-profit organization named Ambulante in 2005. The main focus of Ambulante is to support and promote documentary movies based on social and cultural transformation.
It also hosts annual festivals of Mexico.
Video: Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna discuss Ambulante A.C. at the Department of State
Also, Luna was named Surgeons of Hope's first Heart Ambassador in 2018 fighting to bring accessible heart surgeries to children in Latin America.
We wish him best for further.