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Sebastian Zurita is a multi-talented individual known for his contributions to the entertainment industry. Born in Mexico City, he initially pursued studies in International Business and Economics at various institutions, including UCLA, Harvard Business School and Wharton’s Executive Education program.

His journey led him to become a prolific figure in acting, directing, producing, and screenwriting.

His acting endeavors extended to television with shows like "El Juego De Las Llaves," a staple for Amazon Prime, and appearances in series like "Luis Miguel, La Serie" and "Bankrolled" on Netflix. He also released multiple seasons of his show "How to Survive Being Single," and participated in "El Galan" for Disney, and "Tequila Repasado" for Sony. He's set to debut "The Lost Flowers of Alice Heart" for Prime alongside Sigourney Weaver and Alycia Debnam-Carey. 

His artistic pursuits also encompass musicals, TV series with Sony Pictures and Amazon Prime, and adaptations for the London stage. Beyond entertainment, he's involved with Zomoz mezcal, co-founded Xolos web3 for Latin artists, and initiated The Water Collective, philanthropic initiative providing sustainable bottled water for Mexican communities.

Addiction House, under Sebastian's guidance, boasts an extensive slate of over 20 titles in different stages of development, featuring works like "Champions Gym," "The 201," "Cobalto 60," and "The Golden Children." Notably, "Señoras" has been optioned by Sony.

Sebastian Zurita is a dynamic force, excelling in various creative roles and making a lasting impact on both the Mexican and international entertainment landscapes.


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