The Mexican actor Inaki Godoy, who played the character Juan Ruiz in the series The Imperfects will star as Juan Ruiz in the new Netflix series The Imperfects. Inaki was always able to make others laugh with his awkward facial expressions and gestures, which are what landed him this particular role as he seems to fit it perfectly. Besides his role in The Imperfects, Inaki has also made appearances in other popular television shows such as Suburgatory and Ugly Betty, just to name a few. Juan Ruiz as Inaki Godoy in the New Netflix Series ‘The Imperfects’
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Juan Ruiz: The Man Who Was Always Able to Make Others Smile
You may not recognize the name Inaki Godoy, but you probably do know his face. The Mexican actor has appeared in dozens of hit films and popular television series throughout his career, most recently in the Netflix hit drama The Imperfects as character Juan Ruiz. Juan was always able to make others smile—even when things got tough for him, which was especially true in this emotionally-gripping second season of the show. We’re excited to announce that Inaki will be returning to the role of Juan in the upcoming third season of The Imperfects, which will premiere on Netflix this summer!
Born in Zacatecas, Mexico, Inaki Godoy came from humble beginnings. His parents were hardworking and dedicated to their family. When he was 12 years old, his father died suddenly of a heart attack and the responsibility for the family fell on his mother’s shoulders. After graduating from high school, Inaki went on to study engineering and later earned a masters degree in business administration from Harvard University.
Inaki Godoy is a Mexican actor. In 2015, he played the character Juan Ruiz in the series The Imperfects. Now, he will star as Juan Ruiz in the new Netflix series The Imperfects. Juan loved to make others smile and laugh, and that’s exactly what he did with his character on the show. His smile was contagious and made everyone around him happy. In other words, he’s just like us!
Inaki is a Mexican actor who played the character Juan Ruiz in the series The Imperfects. Inaki will star as Juan Ruiz in the new Netflix series The Imperfects, which is slated for release on October 12th. Inaki was always able to make others smile, even when he didn’t have anything himself. He had a strong work ethic and wanted to make his mother proud by working hard.
In 2004, Juan Ruiz was born to actor Jaime Godoy and actress Bibiana Fernández. You might know him from his appearances on Netflix shows like The First and Narcos, or from supporting roles in award-winning films like The Secret World of Arrietty. Now the actor will have his first leading role in a Netflix series titled The Imperfects. He’ll play a rebellious 13-year-old named Juan who is just trying to figure out how he fits into this world.
About Inaki Godoy
Inaki Godoy is a 28-year-old actor from Madrid, Spain. He has been acting for six years and started with a theatre course at age of sixteen. He was cast to play Juan Ruiz in ‘The Imperfects’, a Spanish remake of the American series Narcos, as well as playing Javert in Les Misérables: The Musical. His first movie role was Pedro in Al final de la calle (At the end of the street). It premiered at Rotterdam International Film Festival. His favorite directors are Alfonso Cuaron and Pedro Almodovar. Juan Ruiz as Inaki Godoy in the New Netflix Series ‘The Imperfects’
About Juan Ruiz
Inaki Godoy is a talented and acclaimed actor. He’s best known for playing Juan on El Milagro, and Fernando Torres on Weeds. He’s also appeared in Breaking Bad, and A Walk Among the Tombstones. And he won two Goya Awards for his role in The Blind Sunflowers. But now, he takes on his most iconic role yet: playing himself! It’s the first time he has ever been cast as himself! And it’s just so amazing to see him take on this bold new challenge.
What the show is about
Netflix is coming out with a new show, The Imposible about a Latino family and their struggles. It stars Inaki godoy as Juan Ruiz, who is an orphan who was taken into an upper-class family’s home and consequently he has been trying to fit in ever since. They are all so different than him, they live on Park Avenue, they dress well and have fancy cars that make his whole family seem broke by comparison. As he tries to be more like them, one of his father’s old friends come back into town and cause trouble for him at school. He also finds himself caught up in a street fight where he ends up saving the life of one of his father’s oldest enemies.
Mexican actor Godoy plays Juan
Mexican actor Inaki Godoy has made a name for himself on both sides of the border by portraying Juan, an inmate, in the new Netflix series The Imperfects. The six-episode TV series is loosely based on Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu’s Academy Award-winning 2006 film Babel, with all three sharing similar themes about globalization.
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I watched their video to help Dr. Burke find a cure and they interviewed Juan Ruiz. I liked how his family was so supportive of him and that he didn’t give up because that’s not an option. I’m glad he is inspiring people who are struggling with their own disabilities. It shows us that disability doesn’t have to define us or stop us from doing anything we want.
Godoy played Bruno in Who Killed Sara?
In November of 2018, you may have seen him on the list of nominees for The TV Actor Awards 2019. His newest accomplishment is that he stars in a new Netflix series called The Imperfects that will debut January 14th of next year. His character Juan Ruiz, is involved with drugs and living underground to escape those who are after him. He struggles with morality and doing what is right when it conflicts with what is legal.
The Imperfects (TV series)
Years ago, Juan Ruiz and his family were forced to flee their home country of Mexico after a terrorist attack killed both of his parents. Now he’s settled in El Paso, Texas and has managed to put together a life worth living – he’s going into high school, joined cross-country team, and has a nice group of friends. However all that comes crashing down when everyone who knew about him disappears without warning.