Biography - A Short Wiki
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Jay Hernandez is a popular actor and fashion model in America. He is best known for appearing on NBC’s Hang Time and in the romantic drama Crazy/Beautiful opposite Kirsten Dunst. He has starred in numerous films such as Friday Night Lights (2004), Hostel (2005), and plays the role of Thomas Magnum in the CBS reboot of Magnum P.I.
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Javier Hernandez started his professional acting career in 1998 when he was cast in the role of Antonio Lopez on the NBC series Hang Time. The following year, he was seen playing the character of Jose in the teen sitcom, USA High. He made his feature film debut in the 2000 movie, Living the Life. Subsequently, Hernandez was cast opposite Kirsten Dunst in the teen romantic drama film Crazy/Beautiful, for which he received widespread appreciation from critics as well as the audience.
Family and Personal Life
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Hernandez first met Daniella Deutscher during his teenage years. Later, they worked together on the television show Hang Time. They dated for a couple of years before getting married in 2006. They do not have any children yet.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Daniella Deutscher (m. 2006)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Javier Manuel Hernandez Jr.|
|Age (as of today)||44 years|
|Date of Birth||February 20, 1978|
|Place of Birth||Montebello, California, United States|
|Height||1.74 m, 5 feet 9 inches|
|Weight||78 kg, 172 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$5 million|
|Occupation||Actor, Fashion Model|
Height, Weight, and Age
Jay Hernandez's height is pretty average measuring 1.74 m. Jay Hernandez weighs 78 kg. Being born on February 20, 1978, translates to an age of 44 years as of todays date (February 4, 2023).
It’s always challenging to go into a role.Jay Hernandez
I would say being in that institution – that psyche ward, or whatever it was. That was really creepy because it was a real place from like the early 1900s.Jay Hernandez
But in film you always watch situations or stories that you really have no relation to. A lot of times just because there’s no personal connection doesn’t mean you can’t connect with the film or the characters in the film.Jay Hernandez
There are a couple of projects that are sort of on the plate; I haven’t closed any of them yet. I’m trying to figure out which one is going to be the best one for me.Jay Hernandez
For me, I think that I don’t like feeling pressure from outside sources. I’d rather put the pressure on myself and push myself to do it as good as I can.Jay Hernandez