How old is Andy Garcia and what's his net worth?

ANDY Garcia is an accomplished actor who has starred in such films as The Untouchables, The Godfather Part III, and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

Garcia can also be seen in the new comedy Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar and in the new TV drama Rebel.

How old is Andy Garcia and what's his net worth?

It is believed the 65-year-old Garcia has a net worth of about $20million.

After making guest appearances on multiple television shows, Garcia found stardom with roles in such films as The Untouchables and The Godfather Part III.

"One of Hollywood's most private and guarded leading men, Andy Garcia has created iconic characters while at the same time staying true to his acting roots and personal projects," reads Garcia's IMDb page.

Garcia was born on April 12, 1956, in Havana, Cuba, but his family fled the country two years later when Fidel Castro came to power.

He dreamed of playing professional baseball, but he contracted mononucleosis and hepatitis during his senior year in high school, and "he turned his attention to acting," according to his IMDb page.

His first break came as a gang member on the first episode of the popular TV series Hill Street Blues in the early 1980s.

He has been married to Marivi Lorido Garcia since 1982 and the couple have four children.

Who does Garcia play in Rebel?

Garcia stars alongside Katey Sagal in the new ABC legal drama Rebel.

He plays Julian Cruz, a lawyer who is pals with Sagal's title character.

Sagal's Annie "Rebel" Bello is inspired by the real-life exploits of activist and legal advocate Erin Brockovich.

“[W]hen they presented the part for me, his name was Cruz and he was Hispanic," Garcia told Connect FM in an interview.

And I spoke to [show creator] Krista [Vernoff] and I said, ‘You know, I’d like to do it, but I’d like to make him … a Cuban-American [who] was in exile, just like I was, you know, came over when he was very, very young from Cuba in the 60s, in the first wave of exiles.

"And and I wanted to him to have that story.”

Garcia added:  “I wanted my culture to be represented on television, which … I don’t know, you can search back since maybe I Love Lucy, you know, but there hasn’t been a lot of Cuban characters on television.”

He said that it's “maybe an obligation or an honor, really a privilege” to represent “the generation before me.” 

Rebel can be seen on Thursday nights at 10 pm on ABC.

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