The Venezuelan-born actor and singer splits his time between Los Angeles, New York, Miami. Most recently, he starred in The CW reboot of "Dynasty." De la Fuente is also known for his roles in FOX’s “Empire” and ABC’s “When We Rise.” De la Fuente holds a BFA in music from the University of Tampa where he simultaneously ventured into theater and sports. He participated in The Actor’s Gym in Caracas, Venezuela with Matilda Corral from the Actor’s Studio in New York City, and the five-week summer performance program at Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 2009, De la Fuente moved to Miami where he furthered his acting studies and began his career in Nickelodeon Latin America in the international hit show “Grachi.” De la Fuente decided to crossover to the English-speaking market and moved to Los Angeles in 2013, where he continued to study acting at Ivanna Chubbuck Acting studio and Berg Studios. His break into the industry came with “Empire” in which he acted alongside Taraji P. Henson, Terrance Howard and Gabourey Sidibe, followed by “When We Rise,” opposite Guy Pearce. De la Fuente also guest-starred in "American Horror Story: Cult."