Roberto Aguire on ‘Pretty Little Liars’: 5 Things to Know
We're heading into a new half season of Pretty Little Liars, and you know what that means: new characters. More specifically, a new love interest for Aria who will inevitably lose out to Ezra!
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The newest (un?)lucky guy to ride the Aria rollercoaster is Liam Greene, a passionate editorial assistant played by Roberto Aguire. While we don't expect this romance to bring down Ezria for long, we're not at all mad about having this hottie on our small screens in the meantime.
So, who is Roberto? Here's the rundown on your newest Rosewood crush.
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He Has an International Background
Roberto was born in Mexico City, raised in Switzerland, and went to college at NYU’s Tisch School of Arts. Pretty cool, right? Plus, based on his Instagram, he loves to travel.
He Also Cares About Animals
Roberto recently encouraged his Instagram fans to help save the elephants. Who doesn't love a man who loves animals?
He's Starred Opposite Robin Williams and Some of Your Other Faves
One of Roberto's first films was the Struck by Lightning, which featured Rebel Wilson, Chris Colfer, and Allison Janney. In 2014 he starred opposite Robin Williams in Boulevard. The film ended up being the beloved actor's final dramatic role.
We Think He Has a Girlfriend
Sorry ladies, but based on these Instagram posts, it sure looks like Roberto has a special gal in his life.
He's Friends With Emma Watson
The Harry Potter star is one of Roberto's BFFs! As he explained to Just Jared Jr. in 2012: "We actually met on the set of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I was doing an internship in the special effects department at the time and one day we had a chance encounter that led to us spending half a day together exchanging stories and dance moves. We never really lost touch after that and now she’s one of my best friends."
We can't wait to see more of Roberto on Pretty Little Liars!
Catch the Pretty Little Liars Season 6 winter premiere on Tuesday, January 12 on Freeform.
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