Since 2003 Eugenio Terpes He was looking for a job in the United States, where he succeeded in Mexico but no one got him, but if he endured that time, thanks to the other immigrants who even fed him.
Actor to be screened today “The Valet”His fifth creation, which appeared in the Land of Stars and Stripes, fondly recalled the country people he met in Los Angeles.
“I finished recording the P.Luche family one Friday, went to Los Angeles in the afternoon and started making my first steps in a small theater there, and asked for an appointment with some of the producers. It was practically invisible. I came to the big offices of the producers and directors, and they ignored me,” he said. The actor recalled.
“In Mexico (it) ‘Mr. Terbus, I came here, they promoted me to first class, without asking’ (laughs) I arrived in Los Angeles, I’m not. So, you’re not the most valuable person to be known in your country, (but) you It made me realize that you are simply fashionable in one place and not in another, and it felt so strong for me, ”he explains.
It was in those moments that the unity of other Mexicans in California society was given, and they saw him as their equal.
He says that when he went out to buy food, some people came to give it as a gift.
“I said to them ‘What do you think? They replied to me:’ Of course, yes, you are like us, breaking stones and dreaming, so we have to support each other ‘. They gave me food and I will never forget it,” he said. Says.
In “El valet”, the creator of “El Super Portero” and “El Lonje Moco” plays a valet in Beverly Hills, who was hired by a Hollywood star when he was actually with him. Man.
According to Derbys, history is a tribute to Mexicans who start working as restaurants in the United States early on, so that the people of that country have everything ready when they go out of their daily lives.
Filmed in 2021, this is the last film Carmen Salina.
“I think it was her best work. I’m so sad that she could not see the end of this product. I was eager to see the result. I want it to be a tribute to her. She won the hearts of all of us,” Eugenio emphasizes.
As director of Derbus
The actor has not come back from behind the camera since he was screened nine years ago and recorded more than 15 million viewers, but he already has a plan in place for that.
“It’s about the coincidences of life, and whether they are or not, as a director I like to feel differently than I do as an actor,” he says.