Henry Darrow (born Enrique Tomás Delgado) was the first actor of Puerto Rican heritage to star in television series. He became an international star as Manolito Montoya in the 1967 TV western The High Chaparral. However, at the height of his fame Henry Darrow put his career on the line to open doors for other Latinos. Now over fifty years later he's still blazing a trail for others to follow.
One of Hollywood's most remarkable actors he's starred or guest starred in a nearly uncountable number TV series and movies. His accomplishments include not only being the first Hispanic actor to play Zorro but the only actor to have starring roles in three different Zorro series (The New Adventures of Zorro, Zorro and Son, and New World Zorro). He's also only one of two actors to play both Zorro and the father of Zorro.
The inspiring life story of this exceptional person and actor can now be read in his new autobiography Henry Darrow: Lightning in the Bottle. Packed with wonderful stories, celebrity interviews and photos this publication captures the pioneer spirit of one of Hollywood's most endearing and enduring actors.
So highly entertaining you'll find it impossible to put down.
Available in print and as an ebook on Kindle.