The company is based in Beverly Hills, California, and is committed to producing films that touch the consciences and hearts of people.
The coach was a committed Catholic, and in the course of their conversations Verástegui re-discovered his faith and resolved to change his lifestyle.
He also declared that he had decided to turn down offers to play roles in films that conflicted with his Catholic beliefs.
Verástegui is a pro-life advocate, through the organization Manto de Guadalupe.
Verástegui recounts an anecdote about his beliefs: he was doing research for his role in Bella and had gone to an abortion clinic as part of that process.
Actively involved in charities, he has established Manto de Guadalupe, a pro-life organization with worldwide outreach and based in Los Angeles and offering a crisis pregnancy center for the underprivileged Latina women.
Verástegui cofounded the production company Metanoia Films (the Greek word for "repentance") with co-founders and partners Alejandro Gomez Monteverde and Leo Severino.
Eduardo has actually been on the down-low, after shooting "Chasing Papi," who many also remember as the beginning of the crossover of another Latin success, Sofia Vergara.
In 2002, before shooting "Chasing Papi," Eduardo started taking voice-coaching lessons to improve his English before his major crossover movie. ' That helped me understand that I was full of contradictions. Not because I didn't want it to be, but because I didn't know better," Verástegui said in a recent interview.
They reconsidered their decision and went home without going ahead with the abortion.
Immediately after their child was born, they called him to tell him the good news and thanking him and asking for his permission to name the child Eduardo after him.
; born May 21, 1974) is a Mexican actor, model, and singer.