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I’m quite happy to be a part of this show with this revolutionary story and a platform that revolutionized away we watch TV with directors that revolutionized cinema. If you like him, just say it: I Ain't Ashamed of My Man Crush. Scroll down and check out his athletic body, short and/or medium black hairstyles & haircuts. After portraying Hernando, Miguel Ángel Silvestre's on-screen boyfriend in "Sense 8," Herrera will portray the lead role as a priest in the forthcoming FOX production "The Exorcist."For Herrera, this project is a true honor."It is a franchise and a household name for absolutely everyone," he said, according to People en Español.It seems as it was only yesterday when Alfonso Herrera was sporting a bleached blonde hair and stealing the hearts of Latin American teenagers in Televisa’s telenovelas “Clase 406” and “Rebelde.” Fast forward a decade and Poncho, as his fans refer to him, is busier than ever and crossing borders with shows such as “Sense 8” and “The Exorcist.”But according to his Instagram page, the 32-year-old Mexican actor has one more reason to celebrate…he is going to be a dad! ” Herrera wrote on social media next to a photo of an adorable baby onesie that reads, “Daddy loves me.”Neither the actor nor his girlfriend of over a year, Diana Vázquez, have made any public declarations on the subject but as they say in Mexico, “una imagen vale más que mil palabras.”In the meantime, fans and followers from all over the world have been congratulating the actor and asking him to share more details about the baby and the pregnancy: “Are you having a baby? ” “Congratulations, it’s the purest and most sincere love a human can have, that of a son.Blessings to you and your partner.”The little bundle of joy couldn’t come at a better time.“It was a great dynamic even though it was long distance,” Herrera, who like Silvestre is also straight, tells about building their on-screen chemistry.
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“Even though it seemed like it was mayhem, Lana was very specific about the compositions of all the bodies, the framing, where you put your arm.” Herrera stresses Lito and Hernando’s love is important given the current shift in same-sex marriage. “I think the main hypothesis of the show is that in a certain way, we’re all connected.
“This story comes at a unique time, not just in the U. but also in Mexico,” Herrera explains as the country weighs more gay rights following the U. No matter the color of your skin, no matter your sexual preference, no matter your religion, no matter your nationality, we’re all connected.
Fox announced that season 1 of the show would be shot in Chicago.