Ruben Roberto Gomez Poster


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Argentine born but American at heart, Ruben Roberto Gomez has spent his entire adult life following his passions. A UCLA alumnus with a Masters in Spanish Literature but also fluent in Italian, he crooned his way through two albums followed by European & South American tours singing romantic ballads in Spanish in the 80's & 90's. Now, back to his roots in acting, he's focusing on a career in TV and film, taking advantage of his ethnically ambiguous looks. He is often mistaken for Middle Easterbn thanks to his Turkish mother, but still able to appear and do Voiceover with an Argentine or Spanish dialect courtesy of his Spanish grandfather. His ambiguous accent in English gives him the versatility of playing not only European or Middle Eastern roles, but South American as well. Ruben's love of acting began with a theatre career as a teenager in Buenos Aires where a well known director at the time, Marcelo Lavalle, encouraged him to come to the United States to pursue his dreams. The move turned out to be a fortuitous, life-changing suggestion where he not only found representation almost immediately with the Carlos Alvarado Agency, but later met and married his American born, actress-wife, Lynne Alana Delaney, with whom he still resides in Los Angeles.

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Spouse (1)

Lynne Alana Delaney (4 July 1976 - present) ( 1 child)

Trivia (22)

His first job in the US was as a bus boy serving water and coffee at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to famous movie stars like Cary Grant after the Oscar's parties.
He is the oldest of five siblings, all of whom followed his lead and eventually emigrated to the United States.
He was a celebrity guest on "Cooking With The Stars" on Spanish Network "Telemundo" when his career was focused entirely on his recording career.
Frank Sinatra's daughter, Nancy Sinatra, gave him his first pass to the Warner Studios shortly after he arrived in the US.
Received a Diploma of Congratulations for the release of his first album "Hablando Solo De Amor" from then Mayor of Los Angeles Tom Bradley, on February 18, 1988.
While on a European tour, during his singing career, he performed at the famous private club Valentino in Stockholm.
His idols are Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra and George Clooney.
While living for two years in Hawaii, he became a Paramedic and worked with the Medical Examiner's Office in Honolulu.
When first arriving in Los Angeles found himself sleeping for a week at the Greyhound Bus Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Was an International TWA flight attendant and Purser, based in Boston, for several years.
Was a college instructor teaching Spanish at Santa Monica College in Los Angeles.
Was told by actor Roger Smith on the set of Mr. Roberts at Warner Studios," you need to ask producers for help to become an actor, not other actors!".
Although he grew up predominantly in Buenos Aires, he lived in Mendoza, Patagonia and Entre Rios as a child because his father was a Major in the Argentine Army.
His wife, Lynne Alana Delaney, is also an actor.
He did his undergraduate work first at Santa Monica College before transferring to UCLA for a B.A.
His father was a major in the Argentine Military.
People always used to tell him that he looked like actor Tony Curtis.
He arrived in Los Angeles from Argentina at 19, and with only $5 in his pocket, and was homeless for a while.
Arriving in Los Angeles with only $5 found himself homeless for a time sleeping at the Greyhound Bus Station.
He atributes his lucky stars in Hollywood to having found a $20 bill in the corner of Hollywood and Vine the first day he arrived in Los Angeles.
On his 50th birthday his wife gave him fifty individually wrapped birthday presents.
March 6 2016 received a Certificate of Recognition from the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti for his participation in the Broadway International Film Festival.

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