Desperado (1995) Cast: Then and Now [27 Years After]

Desperado (1995) Cast: Then and Now [27 Years After]


Desperado – Real Name and Age;
In this video you`ll see how have the actors of the movie Desperado changed.

You`ll know their real names and age.

I will show you how they looked then, in 1995, and what`s with them now, in 2022.

Desperado Then and Now;

Desperado How They Changed;

Desperado is a 1995 American neo-Western action film written, produced, and directed by Robert Rodriguez.

It is the second part of Rodriguez’s Mexico Trilogy. It stars Antonio Banderas as El Mariachi who seeks revenge on the drug lord who killed his lover.

The film has been cited as Salma Hayek’s breakout role.




Salma Hayek is a Mexican-American actress, born to Spanish-Lebanese parents. She was born into a wealthy Roman Catholic family from Mexico. As a child, she was inspired to become an actress after watching the movie, ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.’

She felt ready to step into the world of movies after attending Mexico City’s ‘Universidad Iberoamericana.’ Her first assignment as an actress was in the Mexican telenovela, ‘Teresa.’ After coming to Hollywood, she was cast opposite Antonio Banderas in the movie ‘Desperado.’

It was followed by roles in ‘Fools Rush In’ and ‘Wild Wild West’ among others. She reprised her role from ‘Desperado’ in ‘Once Upon a Time in Mexico’ and later started her own production company called ‘Ventanarosa.’

Her first production was the Mexican movie ‘El Coronel No Tiene Quien Le Escriba,’ which became Mexico’s official entry at the ‘Oscars’ in the ‘Best Foreign Film’ category.

She was also the executive producer of ‘Ugly Betty.’ Her guest role as Sofia Reyes in ‘Ugly Betty’ won her a nomination for ‘Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series’ at the 59th ‘Primetime Emmy Awards.’

She has also endorsed products like ‘Revlon’ and ‘Avon’ and has launched her own line of cosmetics, skincare, and hair care products called ‘Nuance.’ She has lent her support to raise funds for vaccines against maternal and neonatal tetanus.


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