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He is perhaps most famous for his portrayal of Xerxes in the movie 300 (2006) and its sequel 300: Rise of an Empire (2014).

He was a series regular on the television series Lost portraying the character Paulo, and plays Hector Escaton in HBO's Westworld (2016).

He stands significantly tall with a height of six feet and two inches.

His pictures are found elsewhere and he has gone shirtless on many occasions.

After Bicho, his reputation as an actor had been solidified and he was cast as the male lead in Abril Despedaçado (Behind the Sun), one of the nominees for best foreign film in the 2002 Golden Globe Awards.

He had another performance in the 2003 Hector Babenco film Carandiru, where he played a transsexual prisoner known as "Lady Di".

He has been very successful in his acting career and if he keeps up the hard work and dedication towards the acting industry, he will surely be able to create a high net worth.

He has already been listed on the highest paid actors in the Hollywood industry.

Rodrigo has won a total of eight Best Actor awards, including the first ever award for Best Actor from the Brazilian Academy of Arts and Film, for his portrayal of a young man forced into a mental institution by his parents in “Brainstorm.” Brazilian by nationality and of mixed ethnicity, this actor has an estimated net worth of 5 million.

We wish him all the very best to continue his bright career in the future.

He has appeared in many successful movies, including Brainstorm (2001), Carandiru (2003), Love Actually (2003), Che (2008), I Love You Phillip Morris (2009), and Rio (2011).

His first major role in a movie production came in 2001, with Bicho de Sete Cabeças (Brainstorm) by Brazilian director Laís Bodansky.

He received a standing ovation from the audience by the end of the film. He was cast as the lead male character in Abril Despedaçado (Behind the Sun).

By the end of the film, he received a standing ovation from the audience.

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