|Henry Zaga Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||April 30, 1993|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Henry Zaga is a Brazilian actor who is known for having been cast in on-screen roles like Josh Diaz in Teen Wolf, Luca Novak in Trinkets, Roberto da Costa/Sunspot in The New Mutants, Jordan in XOXO, Brad in 13 Reasons Why, Theo Barnett in The Mysteries of Laura, Jake in Looking for Alaska, and Nick Andros in The Stand.
Henrique Chagas Moniz de Aragão Gonzaga
Brasília, Federal District, Brazil
He dropped out of college to pursue acting.
- Father – Admar Gonzaga Neto (Politician, Attorney, Jurist, General Secretary of Alliance for Brazil (APB))
- Mother – Sônia Gontijo
6 ft or 183 cm
80 kg or 176.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Mixed (White and Latino)
Henry Zaga is of Spanish and Native Brazilian descent on his mother’s side and has Italian-Portuguese roots on his father’s side.
- Toned physique
- Charming appearance
Henry Zaga Facts
- In April 2015, he made his first TV show appearance by playing the role of Theo Barnett in an episode titled The Mystery of the Sunken Sailor of the American police procedural comedy-drama television series, The Mysteries of Laura.
- Henry Zaga made his theatrical film debut as Donnie in the 2017 American crime drama film, MDMA, whose lead cast comprised of Annie Q., Francesca Eastwood, Pierson Fodé, Scott Keiji Takeda, Aalyrah Caldwell, and others.
- He appeared as Brad, Tony’s boyfriend, in season 1 of 13 Reasons Why.
- Henry was cast in the music video for Curious by Hayley Kiyoko in 2018.
- He has lived in many locations including Bournemouth in England, Rio de Janeiro, Florianópolis, Boca Raton, and Miami.
- In 2019, Henry Zaga was cast as Jake, Alaska’s college boyfriend and later ex-boyfriend, in the American teen drama streaming television miniseries, Looking for Alaska, based on the 2005 novel of the same name by John Green.
- Alongside Maisie Williams, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, and Blu Hunt, he co-starred as Roberto “Bobby” da Costa/Sunspot, a Brazilian mutant who can manipulate solar energy, in the 2020 American superhero horror film, The New Mutants.
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