Raul Eduardo Esparza is a 45 years old professional stage along with television performer, vocalist and a voice artist. His home town is Wilmington, which will be situated in the state of Delaware in the United States of America. He’s received a couple of Tony nominations for impersonating Philip Salon in the musical called Taboo. It was created by Boy George in 2004. Hes also got nominations for various other characters he played. Esparza comes from town of Wilmington that is situated in the state of Delaware. He was born to Cuban American parents and he spent the bulk of his early life in Miami, situated in the state of Florida. He was also raised there. Its safe to say the Esparza has consistently had a fantastic interesting towards playing. His career could be broken up in between stage performing and playing in films. This got him the esteemed Theatre World Award. Back in 1999, Raul went on a national tour of Evita and he played the character of Che alongside celebrity Natalie Toro. Despite the fact that the tour was designated and intended to begin on Broadway it neglected to achieve this. Raul would go to appear on other musicals like Sunday in the Park with George at the same time as Merrily We Roll Along. So far as his television career goes, he began playing for Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He played the part of the Manhattan Assistant DA – Rafael Barba. He got a total of 11 episodes in the 14th season of the show. Raul has an approximate net worth of about $400 000 which is due his notable bio. Despite the fact that Raul was wed to his high school girlfriend Michele for over 15 years, back in 2008 they got divorced. That is because of the fact that Raul came out and said that he could be bisexual and that he’s having same sex relationships. Despite the fact that there’s formally broadcast advice, Raul Esparza is rumored to be dating the basketball player Nick Mayo. There are images of him and his boyfriend at public locales and even though there’s nothing official, it actually does appear that the both are going out.