Eduardo Verástegui

Born May 21, 1974

Eduardo Verástegui is a Mexican model, singer, and actor.

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  • Eduardo Verástegui: Latinos Como Héroes
    CNN - Apr 15, 2015
  • ‘For Greater Glory’ Is A ‘Strong Film With A Timely Message’ About Religious Liberty, Says Archbishop
    Catholic News Online - Jun 02, 2012
  • "For Greater Glory": Upcoming Film Highlights Persecution
    CBN - Apr 05, 2012
  • Perry Courts The Latino Religious Right Too Texas Observer
    Google News - Aug 17, 2011


Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Eduardo Verástegui.


1974 Birth Born on May 21, 1974.


1994 20 Years Old In 1994, he shot to fame as a member of the Mexican boy band, the pop group Kairo. … Read More
1996 22 Years Old The same year 1996, Eduardo Verástegui left the band for an acting career. … Read More
1997 23 Years Old In 1997, after quitting the band, Kairo, Verástegui began acting in Mexican telenovelas produced by Televisa and starred in 5 soap operas in 4 years.
2003 29 Years Old In 2003, he was chosen as the lead character in the Latin comedy Chasing Papi, alongside Jaci Velasquez, Sofia Vergara, and Roselyn Sanchez. … Read More


2006 32 Years Old He co-founded the production company "Metanoia" (the Greek word for 'repentance') and the company's first film Bella, starring Verástegui and co-produced by him was released in 2006. … Read More
In 2008, he released a long video message denouncing the high rate of abortion in Hispanic communities in the United States and speaking out loud about alleged targeting of the Hispanic communities with pro-choice messages by the Barack Obama campaign during the presidential race.
2010 36 Years Old In its issue of 21 April 2010, the Spanish-language TVyNovelas published a cover story entitled "La Historia de Ricky Martin & Verástegui" claiming that besides their long-running personal friendship, the two were in a romantic relationship. … Read More
2012 38 Years Old In 2012, he starred in Cristiada also known as For Greater Glory written by Michael Love directed by Dean Wright based on the true story of the Cristero War (1926–29), a rebellion which arose out of the Mexican government's persecution of Catholics in the 1920s in its attempt to secularize the country. … Read More
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