Maximiliano Hernández Biography, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Movies

Maximiliano Hernández Biography

Maximiliano Hernández is an American actor. He is famously known for portraying Agent Jasper Sitwell in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also known as FBI Agent Chris Amador in the first season of The Americans.

He began his acting career in high school. Briefly, he studied acting at the Leonard Davis Center for Performing Arts. Later on, he worked as a stage actor before moving to Los Angeles, California. Hernández appeared in episodes of Law & Order, 24 and Numbers early in his career.
He also appeared as the film Hotel for Dogs. Partly, he appeared in the films Pride and Glory and Warrior. Both films were from director Gavin O’Connor. He made brief appearances as Jasper Sitwell in 2011’s Thor and 2012’s The Avengers. In 2014 he appeared in the film Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Five years later, he appeared in the 2019 film Avengers: Endgame. Hernández exited the Americas in the ninth episode. In 2015, Hernández portrayed a corrupt state policeman in the crime action-thriller Sicario.
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Maximiliano Hernández Age

Maximiliano Hernández was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America. He was born on 12th September 1973. His current age is 45 years old as of 2018.

Maximiliano Hernández Height

Maximiliano Hernández has a pretty good height. He stands 1.75 meters tall. We do not have any information about his other body measurements. We will update you soon.

Maximiliano Hernández Net Worth

Maximiliano Hernández has made a huge fortune from his career as an actor. He appeared in episodes of Law & Order, 24 and Numbers early in his career. He also appeared as the film Hotel for Dogs. Partly, he appeared in the films Pride and Glory and Warrior. Both films were from director Gavin O’Connor.
He made brief appearances as Jasper Sitwell in 2011’s Thor and 2012’s The Avengers. In 2014 he appeared in the film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Five years later, he appeared in the 2019 film Avengers: Endgame. Hernández exited the Americas in the ninth episode.
In 2015, Hernández portrayed a corrupt state policeman in the crime action-thriller Sicario. Maximiliano Hernández has an approximated net worth of $ 400,000. He has mainly made his net worth from his career.

Maximiliano Hernández Wife Holly Eve Hernández

Actor Maximiliano Hernández got married to his wife Holly Eve on 28th April 2017. Holly Eve is a make up artist. The couple tied the knot at the courthouse and Belmond El Encanto in Santa Barbara. The ceremony was only attended by close family members and friends.
The beautiful fall October day was kissed with the most gorgeous sunset. Looking down on Santa Barbara from the Belmond El Encanto during those evening hours was truly amazing.

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Maximiliano Hernández Movies

  • 2020 Stargirl
  • 2019 Avengers: Endgame
  • 2015 Sicario
  • 2014 Imperial Dreams
  • 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • 2012 The Avengers
  • 2011 Thor
  • 2009 Hotel for Dogs
  • 2007 The Namesake
  • 2006 Mentor
  • 2000 The Yards
  • 1999 Raw Nerve

Maximiliano Hernández Television Shows

  • 2018 Electric Dreams
  • 2018 Mr. Mercedes
  • 2016 Hawaii Five-0
  • 2014–2018 The Last Ship
  • 2014 The Walking Dead
  • 2014–2017 Hand of God
  • 2013 The Americans
  • 2013–2014 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • 2009 Southland
  • 2006 Law & Order: Trial by Jury
  • 2006 Conviction
  • 2004 Law & Order: Criminal Intent
  • 1997 Law & Order

Maximiliano Hernández Interview

Q: As a Latino, how do you feel about being part of this comic book franchise?
Maximiliano Hernández: It so funny. I grew up reading comics so I knew the character I play: White guys, blond hair, glasses …I don’t look like that. Everyone likes the fact that they decided to change him and add a little color to the Marvel world. My family gets a kick out of it, they think it’s hilarious. My parents think it is funny. It’s a lot of fun!
Q: What has surprised the most about the evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Maximiliano Hernández: What surprises me the most is how far ahead they think about these characters. I don’t want to give any spoilers about “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” but the fact that Senator Stern (played by Garry Shandling) comes back shows how they connect everything together. They think so far ahead that you actually see the evolution of all the characters. From the first Iron Man to the last one, you see Tony Stark change. You see that with everyone.
They are 15 years ahead of all of us. They are talking about movies 5 and 6 years from now. Other studios are trying to get to the next one. The evolution is completely planned out, it isn’t an accident. As a viewer, it is exciting when you see so much work put into it.
Q: You have had the rare chance to develop you character with the shorts. How was that experience?
Maximiliano Hernández: It was great. It started out as an opportunity to chronologically connect the films. The early movies in Phase One are kind of out of order. So the idea was for you to say “Oh, so this happened before that,” etc. But then they took a life of their own.
Maximiliano Hernández: Louis D’Esposito, who directed “Item 47,” the last one I did, really wanted to do a mini-movie after the events of “The Avengers.” By the way, a lot of the people that worked on the big movies worked on the shorts, like our effects supervisor and stuff like that. They had the same attention to detail. I have been in movies that weren’t planned out as well as those shorts. They did a great job blending the features and the shorts together. I was lucky to have my character carrying to two shorts and also the SHIELD show.
Q: Where you happy from the beginning about what we see of your character in this movie?
Maximiliano Hernández: It was a little weird. At the beginning, when I first read the script, I didn’t know what to think. It’s such a huge change for him. This whole time we have seen him one way and then you find out that it is something else. It took me a moment, I have to admit, to pass the initial shock. But I thought that it was a great way to expand the universe and what has happened with SHIELD. You never know with Marvel, they always have backup plans, like Nick Fury.
Q: Actors in franchises are always worried about dying, but here nobody “really” dies. Are you worried?
Maximiliano Hernández: I am always worried about dying! I died in the last TV show I was. Now I am in another one and the first question I asked was “Do I die?” But nobody really dies in the Marvel Universe. Clark Gregg died and he ended up with a TV show. I think that everyone should worry about dying, but there is always the possibility of coming back.
Q: What do you think about “Captain America 3” and the Man of Steel sequel being released the same date?
Maximiliano Hernández: I like to see this level of excitement for two movies that haven’t been made yet. There are a lot of fans of DC and a lot of Marvel, so I think that they will definitely go right down the line. I am excited to see how that showdown goes down, but I believe that Cap will pull it off.
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