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Welcome to Néstor Carbonell Central the official fansite for actor: Néstor Carbonell. You may remember him from his role as Luis Rivera in Suddenly Susan, as the ageless & enigmatic Richard Alpert in Lost, or as stoic Sheriff, Alex Romero in Bates Motel. Other roles include the Dark Knight Trilogy, as well as numerous voice acting credits. In addition to acting he has stepped behind the camera to direct, produce, and screen write. Néstor currently co-stars in The Morning Show as Yanko Flores.
December 01 2022

What a ride! We are celebrating 2 years online with an amazing new theme by Kaci Elizabeth! Feel free to browse around to check out the new theme including the beautiful projects section – my favorite part of the update. Also be sure to visit Kaci’s website for all your site design needs, she is wonderful to work with!



December 01 2022

A birthday is just the first day of another 365-day journey around the sun. Enjoy the trip.
Wishing a happy birthday full of love & light to Nestor!



October 24 2022


October 19 2022

Nestor Carbonell is currently co-starring in the hit series “The Morning Show,” opposite Jennifer Aniston & Reese Witherspoon, now shooting its third season for Apple TV Plus.

Nestor is most often recognized for his integral role in the series “Lost” as Richard Alpert, as well as his turn as Mayor Anthony Garcia opposite Gary Oldman in Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight”. He reprised his role as the Mayor of Gotham City in the box-office hit “The Dark Knight Rises”.

His star initially rose with his starring role opposite Brooke Shields in the series “Suddenly Susan” when he played the suave Cuban photojournalist, Luis Rivera, for four years (1996-2000).

The Harvard graduate has also become a director of note helming episodes of “New Amsterdam”, “Law & Order”, “The Good Doctor”, and “Rise”.

(Episode Aired October 19th)



October 03 2022

EXCLUSIVE VIA DEADLINE: Olivia Culpo (I Feel Pretty), Nestor Carbonell (The Morning Show), and Oliver Cooper (Project X) have joined the cast of Yale Entertainment’s Clawfoot.

In the film penned by April Wolfe, an upper-class suburban housewife (Francesca Eastwood) is psychologically terrorized by a manipulative contractor (Milo Gibson), leading to a twisted battle of wits with deliciously unexpected results.

Production on the film recently wrapped in Los Angeles.

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October 02 2022

The Gallery has been updated with additional photos of Nestor Carbonell from the World Premiere of Bandit on September 21, 2022. The video vault has also been updated with a red carpet interview that was shared by Quiver Distribution.



September 28 2022

Bandit director Allan Ungar and star Nestor Carbonell discuss the unbelievable true story behind the film and unofficially sharing directing duties.

SOURCE: Screenrant


September 28 2022

Last Thursday, Nestor Carbonell attended Night Park: An Evening Celebrating Banksy’s “Girl on a Swing” And Los Angeles Culture. The event promoted the auctioning of the Banksy mural along with the attached building.



September 27 2022

With Bandit now playing in select theaters and available On Demand, I recently spoke with director Allan Ungar and Néstor Carbonell about telling the incredible true story of Canada’s infamous Flying Bandit. If you’re not familiar with the Flying Bandit, aka Gilbert Galvan Jr. or Robert Whiteman to those who knew him, he was notorious for escaping prison in Michigan, starting a new life in Canada, and proceeding to successfully rob 59 consecutive banks, setting the record for most robberies committed in a row in Canada. In the film, Josh Duhamel plays Robert Whiteman, and Elisha Cuthbert plays the caring social worker named Andrea who Whiteman falls in love with. Bandit also stars Mel Gibson.

During the interview, Ungar and Carbonell talk about incredible true story it’s based on, the challenge of trying to make the film in 21 days, and how Carbonell helped direct second unit and why he didn’t enjoy wearing the ‘80s clothing in the heat of summer in Georgia. In addition, Ungar gave an update on the Driver TV series, and Carbonell talked about filming the Shōgun FX series and how they spared no expense in trying to recreate feudal Japan in Vancouver.

COLLIDER: I’m going to start with an individual question for Néstor. If someone has never seen anything you’ve done before, what is the first thing you want them watching and why?

NESTOR CARBONELL: Oh wow, that’s interesting. I want to go with Bandit. I’m going to go with Bandit.

ALLAN UNGAR: Good answer, buddy.

CARBONELL: Listen, I’ve been very blessed, my whole life getting great opportunities. This was one of those, and I’m not saying that just because you’re here. This was a true gift. I was in Pensacola helping my wife promote her book, when I get the call three days before I’m supposed to shoot this. An offer to do this film and I’m going, “What? This is crazy.” And I read it right away. Immediately, of course, I say yes. I hop on a plane from there. Two days later, we’re shooting. It turned into one of the most incredible blessings, the entire project. This man did the impossible, shooting this film in 21 days with this incredible cast. But I think for me, to tell audiences if there’s something to watch, this one, because the experience was so free in the sense that there was no time to prepare.



September 27 2022