INTERVIEW WITH Jeison Hurtado Moreno - Actor

Jeison Hurtado Moreno was born on April 21, 1990 in Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia. Jeison is an actor who has studied visual arts at the popular institute of culture in Cali, Colombia and Takeshima studies. Jeison has a great desire to positively influence the world through God and the arts.

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 Tell us about your background and when did you decide to become an actor?


I had never really thought about being an actor I wanted to be a soccer player since I was a child but I made the bad decision to let myself go from bad friendships and I change everything but one day I left my house and a pass through a street where they were recording a series that was very popular in Colombia and I was curious and approached and one of the photographers of the production he looked at me and I asked him that if they did not need extras and he told me do you see that man that there is the one who drives the extras and I approached to talk to him and he told me Send me a photos to this email and after 2 days I started. God intended that for me and there was a beginning.


Films that inspired you to become an actor?


Scarface.


Who is your biggest influence? 


Jesus Christ is my savior and my lord but my acting influence is Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier, and Al Pacino, Jean Claude van Damme.


What were some of the challenges you had to face in making your films? 


When I came to the USA and I played my first role in English because I just barely spoke English that was really hard and frustrates.


Do you have a favorite genre to work in? Why is it your favorite?


I like drama and Romance but definitely, my favorite genre to work in action.


What’s your all-time favorite movie and why?


”Heat” is my favorite movie of all time because in that movie was a lot the intensity in acting, even every character in that movie express the intensity of characters.

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 If you could work with anyone in the world, who would that person be?


If I could work with anyone in the world could be Jean Claude Van Damme or Al Pacino.


Tell us something most people don't know about you.


When I was a child and I was in school, I was very Naughty and everyone said that I would be a bad person Growing up. Thank God today I am struggling to be a positive influence on others.


The one person who has truly believed in you throughout your career.


The persons who always believe in me are my mom, Dad, and my brothers and a few friends. 


What was the most important lesson you had to learn as actor?


The most important lesson I learned as an actor is that you always have to be prepared for everything.


Is it harder to get started or to keep going? What was the particular thing that you had to conquer to do either?


It’s clear that it's not easy to start or continue but you have to be strategic always try to analyze with people who have already had their start or that is moving forward and be restless, investigate everything about the world of entertainment and how it moves and how to apply auditions , independent and non-independent and look for events in places How often artists because you never know who you can meet there That will serve as a trampoline to your success. 


What keeps you motivated?


It keeps me motivated to think how far I can go with my faith in Jesus and my tireless effort.

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How has your style evolved?

 

My style of acting has evolved in my way of creating the physicality of the character because I used to limit myself to the ideas that propitiate the script and I think it is a mistake to stop creating.


On set, the most important thing is:

 

On set, the most important thing is to be ready for everything because even in the last minute everything can change.


The project(s) you’re most proud of: 


I am very proud of Emotionless because I played the main character and it was a great challenge because I really did sex scenes that looked like real sex, but it was just acting and There was never real sex. They were very well choreographed scenes.


The most challenging project you worked on. And why?


The most challenging project where I worked was Emotionless because it’s not easy starting your career do sex scenes with almost full nudity.


What are your short term and long term career goals?


My short and long term goals are to improve every day as an actor and be in better movies every time until I reach a privileged place.


Your next projects?


My next film project is going to be crazy is called  La Misma Maldita historia And The Same Damn Story on his English title.  

It will have actors of great relevance and 2 or 3 actors of the most popular in Italy and we will be filming in Cali, Colombia and Mumbai, India.  

That will have its launch in 2021, so you can expect it. that will be a fascinating action story and that will leave everyone shocked.


Please share with us where people can find you on social media

 

IMDb movie profile https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8131782/?mode=desktop

My IMDb profile https://www.imdb.com/name/nm7232637/?mode=desktop

Instagram as @jeisonf7