Art De La Torre is an American actor and producer of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent. He is best known for his work on the television series "Lincoln Heights" and the movies "The Last Stand" and "Kung Fu Panda 3".
De La Torre was born in Los Angeles, California in 1984. He grew up in a large Mexican and Puerto Rican family, and was exposed to a variety of cultures from an early age. He graduated from high school in 2002 and went on to study at the University of Southern California, where he earned a degree in film and television production.
De La Torre began his acting career in 2006, appearing in small roles on television shows such as "The Closer" and "Numb3rs". He gained more recognition when he was cast as Diego, a recurring character on the ABC Family series "Lincoln Heights". The show was successful, and it ran for four seasons.
In 2009, De La Torre had a small role in the movie "The Last Stand", starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. He then went on to have a voice role in the animated movie "Kung Fu Panda 3". He also appeared in the movies "The Comebacks" and "Gang Related".
In addition to his acting career, De La Torre is also a producer. He has produced several independent films, including "The Duel", "The Trouble With Cali", and "The Invitation".
De La Torre has also been involved in philanthropy. He has been a part of several charities, including the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the Los Angeles Youth Network.
De La Torre is an accomplished actor and producer, and his work has been praised by many. He is a dedicated artist, and he continues to pursue his dreams and make a difference in the entertainment industry.