Maxi Iglesias is a Spanish actor, model, and television host who rose to fame for his contribution to the Mexican television industry. He is famously known for his roles in the films “Fisica o Quimica” and “Amar en Tiempos Reveltos.” Apart from this, he gained fame for being a part of Netflix’s show “The Cook of Castamar”.
Maxi Iglesias was born on February 6, 1991, in Madrid, Spain. Maxi’s ethnicity is Spanish-White, and he maintains Spanish citizenship. His race is Caucasian, and his faith is Christian. Maxi was born to Francisco Iglesias (father) and Mercedes Acevedo (mother). Both his parents work in business management. When Maxi was only six years old, his father died. Maxi Iglesias went to Colegio Cardenal Spinola in Madrid for his education. He planned to pursue acting after completing his education.
Maxi Iglesias Career
Maxi made his film debut as a kid actor in 1997’s “La pistol de mi Hermano,” but he didn’t become a regular until 2005 when he appeared in a guest role in “Hospital Central.” Maxi Iglesias began his acting career in 2005 with Hospital Central (Telecinco), followed by Cuéntame cómo pasó (La 1). Further, he also appeared in Amar in tiempos revueltos, and Toledo, cruce de destinos (Antena 3) Los protegidos (Antena 3) before becoming famous for his portrayal of César Cabano in Fsica o qumica.
Maxi was cast in the three-year series “Fisica o Quimica” as Cabano, which was a huge hit for his career. It was a show that runs from 2008 to 2011. Maxi Iglesias has starred in the Spanish rendition of the musical “The Bodyguard” as Frank Farmer. In 2011, Maxi was cast as Angel in “Los protegidos,” a film about a group of people who pretend to be a family in order to hide the fact that their children have extraordinary abilities. Maxi’s next endeavor was the television series “Velvet,” in which he portrayed the character of Max for a year.
In 2014, Maxi Iglesias was cast as Principe Azul en moto in “Torrente 5: Operacion Eurovegas,” the fifth episode of the immensely successful “Torrente, El Brazo Tonto de la ley” franchise. Maxi later landed a regular role as Chad Mendoza in the series “Duenos del Paraiso,” in which he appeared for 49 episodes. In 2016, Iglesias played Vecino in a part of “En tu Cabeza,” and one of the prominent efforts in his journey is the role of Ovni in the series “Ingobernable,” which premiered in 2017. His most recent highlighted work came in Netflix’s original show “The Cook of Castamar” in the character of Francisco.
Maxi Iglesias Biography
|Maximiliano Teodoro Iglesias Acevedo
|6 February 1991
|Age (as of 2021)
|in feet inches – 5’ 11” – in Centimeters – 180 cm
|in Kilograms – 76 kg – in Pounds – 168 lbs
|Colegio Cardenal Spinola
|Is he a Gay?
Maxi Iglesias is currently single and focused on his work. He is not currently dating anyone. No further information is available about his relationships. Maxi is also close friends with Ursula Corbero, whom he has known for a long time and with whom he worked in XP3D.
Maxi Iglesias Net Worth
He’s been working in the field since 2005, and his efforts have contributed to his current net worth. Maxi Iglesias has a net worth of $5.5 million as of 2021. Maxi Iglesias makes the majority of his money as a popular TV actor. This is an estimation since there has been no official revelation. Apart from performing, Maxi’s fortune comes from a variety of sources. He has a slew of investments and properties under his belt, as well as endorsement arrangements with a number of organizations.
- With a total of $58 million in combined earnings, he was voted the best-paid actor of 2018 by the newspaper “People with Money.” This came after a terrible 2015, during which his revenues seemed to be dwindling.
- Maxi also owns the “Fat Iglesias Burger” restaurant chain and the “Pure Wonderiglesias – Spain” Vodka brand.
- He’s also dabbled in fashion and is the owner of his own football team.
- Final Thoughts
- Throughout his career, he has gained a lot of accolades for his roles in numerous television shows and films, and it is projected that his fortune will continue to rise as he continues to work.