Joaquín Cosío as Casimiro, Manuel Uriza as Ernesto in Gentefied Season 2 | Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2021
In this new season of Netflix’s half-hour dramedy Gentefied, the Morales cousins fight alongside Pop on his arduous battle to stay in the country, all while dealing with new love, new babies, estranged fathers, and of course, tracking down Bad Bunny at a Halloween party. They’ll fight to thrive, but along the way will question where they truly belong in a world made up of borders, family separation, and the potential loss of their beloved taco shop, Mama Fina’s. Because what’s life without free tacos?
The Mexican actor, Manuel Uriza got his first taste of acting while in Miami. Then he moved on participating in projects en español. Uriza relocated to Los Angeles to try a new horizon. Since then he has maintained active and has been seen in Dream Streets, Rambo: Last Blood, TNT’s The Last Ship and NCIS.
I was connected with Manuel Uriza to discuss the hit series Narcos: Mexico and Gentefied. Uriza spoke about his experience meeting Carlos Hank Gonzalez “El Profesor” at a young age and how he feels to be portray him in Narco: Mexico. He also spoke about finally being able to work alongside, Joaquín Cosio for Gentefied and the first scene they filmed together.
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Narcos: Mexico and Gentefied is available on Netflix