Román Zaragoza Wikipedia, Wiki, Ethnicity, Age, Wife, Father
Román Zaragoza Wikipedia, Wiki, Ethnicity, Age, Wife, Father – Zaragoza, who was born in New York City, grew up in a multicultural environment. Being of Akimel O’otham and Mexican ancestry on his father’s side as well as Japanese and Taiwanese ancestry on his mother’s, he describes himself as mixed race.
Román Zaragoza Bio
|Date Of Birth
|8 May 1996
|Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
|Fishers, Indiana, United States
Román Zaragoza Physical Stats
|5 feet 6 inch
|65 kg approx
Román Zaragoza’s Educational Qualifications
|College or University
|California State University
Román Zaragoza Family
|Brother / Sister
|Son: Not Known
Daughter: Not Known
Román Zaragoza’s Marital Status
Román Zaragoza Net Worth
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Román Zaragoza Career
Zaragoza was reared in New York City and experienced a diverse upbringing. Who is the father of Roman Zaragoza, a common question? Gregory Zaragoza is a well-known actor, and Shirley is his mother. He identifies himself as a blend of races, taking into account the Akimel O’otham or Mexican lineage on his father’s side and the Japanese and Taiwanese origin on his mother’s. Zaragoza’s interest in theatre, film, and television was fostered from a young age by Shirley Zaragoza, a college management professor, and Gregory Zaragoza, an outstanding actor.
His experience watching his father play in the 1999 Broadway production of “Annie Get Your Gun” in the renowned Bernadette Peters is one of his first memories. Zaragoza’s family moved to Hell’s Kitchen when he was nine years old. He would take the tube to school, passing by all the famous Broadway plays, which would have a significant impact on his future career.
Zaragoza’s parents chose to move to southern California on the West Coast when he was 11 years old so that he could continue his acting, dancing, singing, and improv classes. When Zaragoza was 15 years old, he began acting with Native Voices in Autry’s studio. At the time, Native Voices was the only professional Native American theatre company.
When he was 18 years old, he performed in “They Do Not Talk Back” by Frank Kaash Katasse at Native Songs at the Autry and the La Jolla Playhouse. He played the tremendously significant role of Nick, a troubled teenage Tlingit poet. His professional trajectory changed at this point. There, he first met Randy Reinholz, a man who has had a big impact on his life and helped Zaragoza get his Native Voices piece, “Off the Rails,” selected to be performed at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
California State University Northridge awarded Zaragoza a film industry degree. After graduating, he continues to actively take part in the CSUN American Indian Student Union.