Get to Know Benicio Del Toro Get to Know Benicio Del Toro

Born on February 19, 1967 in Puerto Rico, Benicio Monserrate Rafael del Toro S? nchez or more popularly known as Benicio del Toro is an actor and producer. This individual won numerous acting awards from Best Acne Creams different award giving bodies such as Schools Award, Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award, Academy of Film and Television Disciplines (BAFTA) Award, and Golden Globe.
Benicio is famous for portraying the character of Javier Rodr? guez in “Traffic”; Fred Fenster in the film “The Usual Suspects”; Jack Rafferty in the movie “Sin City”; Franky Four Fingers in “Snatch”; and Lawrence Talbot in the film “The Wolfman”. Benecio won the Best Supporting Honor from Oscar in the movie “Traffic” making him the third Puerto Rican professional who won said renowned award.
Benecio was brought up in the town of Santurce, in San Juan District in Puerto Vasto. His parents were both legal professionals – Gustavo Adolfo del Toro Berm? dez and Fausta S? nchez Rivera. His older brother is named Gustavo and works as a pediatric oncologist in New York City’s Mount Sinai Health care Center. He is related to famous basketball player Carlos Arroyo who plays for the Miami Temperature for they are cousins.
Benecio was raised by his parents as a Roman Catholic. He went to a Roman Catholic school the Academia del Perpetuo Ayuda situated in the city of Miramar in Puerto Rico. When Benecio turned nine he lost his mother credited to hepatitis. At era of 12, his family moved to Pennsylvania in which he attended the Mercersburg School. In college, he went to University of California in San Diego where he found his passion in acting.

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