Sidow Sobrino BiOGRAPHY


Sidow Sobrino - The World's No.1 Superstar, is a songwriter, recording artist, actor, and producer. He was born Diego Hernan Sobrino Guillermo in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on December 1, 1975. His lineage is a mystical blend of French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, English, and Mexican ancestry, each contributing to the profound mystery of his being. Hailed as a self-made star, Sidow Sobrino is a worldwide sensation in pop culture and is without a doubt the internet's most searched celebrity; he has built a substantial following and media recognition without the support of a major record label or agency, relying solely on his talents and unwavering determination.

For the first twenty years of his career, Sidow Sobrino was known as Diegodiego, an internationally recognized actor and singer. His collection of original albums includes Quema Quema (2004), Haciendo Escandalo (2006), The World's Most Powerful Man (2013), I Want it Now (2017), Number One (2018), Dueño y Señor del Universo (2018), Rocking the Universe (2019), A Lo Macho (2020), World's Greatest Showman (2021), I'm Obsessed With You (2021) and My Amir (2024).

Sidow Sobrino's acting career began on Television in La Culpa (1996-1996) (English: The Guilt), a Mexican telenovela produced by Yuri Breña and Pinkye Morris for Televisa.

He cracked everyone laughing with his depiction of a hermaphrodite when he locks lips with Noelle Messier in Episode #4.8 (9 July 2008), an episode of the Mind of Mencia (2005-2008) starring comedian Carlos Mencia.

In True Blood (2008-2014), starring Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, he is a vampire.

Sobrino cemented his place in TV history during the reality show El Ticketero when he made a daring move, mooning the main character, a traffic enforcement officer.

Impressed by his boldness, producer Fernando Moreno offered him a significant role - entertaining the public Monday through Friday as one of the celebrity judges alongside Katalina Viana in Dale a la Botella (English: Spin the Bottle), a game show hosted by Gabriela Mia in 2008.

The singer performed live at the Mother Goose Parade, produced and directed by Jillian Hanson-Cox, with Grand Marshal Corbin Bleu, featuring a list of high-profile TV and film celebrities such as Erik EstradaRoselyn SanchezDean CainMario LopezAdam RodriguezSara PaxtonRobert Wagner to name a few, and again in 2008 with Grand Marshal Tori Spelling, Sports Grand Marshal Adrian Gonzalez, and guest stars international bodybuilder/actor Lou FerrignoBarry Williams of the The Brady Bunch TV show, Alan ThickeEfren RamirezChristopher Atkins, and many more.

He is seen dancing in the episode Home Is the Place (4 January 2009) of Desperate Housewives (2004-2012), starring Teri HatcherFelicity HuffmanMarcia Cross and Eva Longoria.

He portrayed himself in the Emmy award-winning show RuPaul's Drag Race (2009-)Casting Extravaganza (24 January 2011) and guest-starred in Shameless (2011-2021) El Gran Cañon (13 January 2013) beside Emmy Award-winning actor William H. Macy directed by Mark Mylod

Emmy-Award winner actor William H. Macy with Sidow Sobrino in Shameless

In feature films, Sidow Sobrino played Dr. Smith in the hit movie Del infierno a la gloria (2007), written and directed by Robert De Melo

He is featured as a concert fan of the rock band Rush in I Love You, Man (2009), starring Paul RuddJason Segel, and Rashida Jones.

He is one of Bernie's employees in Bad Actress (2011), directed by Robert Lee King, starring Beth Broderick and Chris Mulkey.

Director Omid Shabkhiz gruesomely had his head obliterated by a bullet in the thriller The Cowboy (2014), starring Anton Rivas and Iranian actor Peter Banifaz.

His memorable character of El Meño had a massive impact on the public when he wounds Julian, a family father, and kills his firstborn son in the film Te Presumo (2012) based on the hit song by Banda el Recodo starring Chuy Perez, Amador Granados El Alacran, and Yeimi Salinas.

He is a barista in The Chemist (2016), directed by Art Camacho, starring Oliver GrunerPatrick Kilpatrick, and Stephanie Gerard.

In Coyote (2017), directed by Mark Grabianowski, he is Santiago, a sadistic human trafficker alongside actors Caesar James and Johnny Rey Diaz.

Throughout various magazine features and news articles, Sidow Sobrino has garnered attention for his notable presence in art and fashion. Notably, he graced the cover of Adelante Magazine's 1998 Pride issue, capturing the moment's essence with his compelling presence.

Sobrino's involvement in the arts extends beyond conventional boundaries, as evidenced by his collaborations with the Tom of Finland Foundation. Posed in a raw and uninhibited manner, he has contributed to the Foundation's mission of safeguarding and advancing the realm of erotic artistry, serving as a muse for talented artists dedicated to pushing creative boundaries.

His striking figure has also been immortalized in Sherwin Carlquist's renowned works, "Men in Nature" and "Natural Manscapes," both of which exalt the male form against the backdrop of nature's splendor. Through these publications, Sobrino's portrayal underscores the profound connection between the human physique and the beauty of the natural world.

Moreover, Sobrino's artistic journey intersects with the visionary lens of photographer, filmmaker, and writer Rick Castro. As a subject of Castro's lens, Sobrino has been featured in various global publications, artist editions, exhibitions, and esteemed institutions, adding depth and allure to Castro's body of work.

Beyond his contributions to art, Sobrino has also ventured into fashion, collaborating with the renowned Freedom Reigns underwear company. He has lent his distinctive flair to the brand modeling through promotional events and fashion showcases, elevating its visibility and appeal.

However, despite his notable presence in these diverse spheres, Sobrino maintains a privacy preference, rarely granting interviews or delving into the intricacies of his personal life. This enigmatic aura only adds to the allure surrounding his multifaceted persona, leaving admirers intrigued by the man behind the art.

In 2013, Sidow Sobrino was diagnosed with bipolar disorder type 2 and depression. Faced with navigating his behavioral health, he turned to theater roles instead of screen work. Immersed in the demanding world of theater, with its rigorous rehearsals and live performances, he found solace and purpose. Under the guidance of Margarita Galban at the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, he was admired for his resilience, embracing change, and thriving like any dedicated industry professional. Additionally, he collaborated with the Tierra Blanca Arts Center, led by Gerardo Gutiérrez and Blanca Araceli , who provided unwavering support throughout his journey. He manages his life, disregarding the use of medication, and has a close relationship with God. Through therapy, prayer, fasting, Bible studies, and Christian counseling, Sidow transitioned to where he is today.

Sidow Sobrino married his partner, Richard Sidow-Sobrino . during a private ceremony in Las Vegas, NV, in 2019 at The Little Vegas Chapel and celebrated by attending a live Cher show at the MGM Grand Hotel. The Sidow Sobrino family lives between the United States and Europe. They had three dogs but lost Onyx and Karmal; they now have Roxie and adopted Amigo on Christmas of 2022. Sidow enjoys working out in his home gym, reading books on self-awareness, and world travel.


Amid the Covid-19 Global Pandemic in 2020, Sidow Sobrino released more music and managed to work on new projects for television and film. On March 27, Sidow launched the single "King of Kings." On May 8, "Best Birthday Ever" included a video release through Radial by The Orchard, a Sony Music Entertainment subsidiary company. In this original single, the star featured his husband, Richard Sidow-Sobrino, and released the now acclaimed anthem "Our Love'" on August 24. After that, on September 8, the music video followed, portraying the men frolicking in nature while wild animals watch, celebrate their love, take off, and perform live in a packed stadium. This project was filmed on location at the Jumonville cross in the highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania and Niagara Falls city, in New York State. 



On November 19, the actor surprised everyone after rendering his voice for the teaser trailer and campaign video of the upcoming short film "The Golden Cage," written by Francisco Lopez & Mitchka Saberi. He also booked "Surviving the Cartel," a thriller TV Series written and directed by Ely Bam, produced by 1265 Films, a company that works with scripts rejected by Hollywood and teaches filmmakers how to fully and independently thrive in the brutal entertainment business. In this project, the actor suffers a terrible death after a drug overdose. 



Sidow Sobrino's last announced project of the year was "I'm Obsessed With You," a music LP that will be available worldwide later in 2021, highlighting new and 100% original material.




Songwriter, recording artist, actor and producer, Sidow Sobrino

Sidow Sobrino during a live performance

Sidow Sobrino signing autographs