Alan Tacher Joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Alan Thatcher became a topic of conversation on social networks after it was revealed that he had a small participation in episode 4 of ‘She-Hulk,’ the new Marvel Cinematic Universe miniseries based on the character She-Hulk from Marvel Comics that airs on Disney+.

The participation of the charismatic driver in the recent Marvel Studios project has no dialogue. But that was not an impediment for Mexican fans from being excited to see him photo while the character of Jennifer Walters chose from the list of leading men that the dating app Matcher had for her.

The charismatic driver made a small cameo in the series ‘She-Hulk’.

As expected, the small cameo of the driver in She-Hulk did not go unnoticed by netizens. It didn’t take long for it to go viral on social networks, thus making its arrival at the UCM one of the leading news of the Mexican show business.

David Zepeda makes a cameo in Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

It should be noted that Alan Tacher is not the only famous Mexican who has made an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe project. Recall that a post-credit scene from Venom: Let There Be Carnage, released in September of last year, shows Tom Hardy and David Zepeda sharing credits on the screen.

In the scene, we see Eddie Brock lying on the bed while enjoying Acorralada (Cornered), a telenovela that David Zepeda and Alejandra Lazcano starred in for Televisa in 2007, to later argue with Venom and get angry when they saw Spider-Man on television. This cameo unleashed a wave of funny memes on social networks that are now viral again.

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How old is Alan Thatcher?

After a successful stint on Televisa and TV Azteca, the host migrated to the United States and is now successful on Univision.

Alan Thatcher was born on March 28, 1971so now you have 51 years old. As previously reported by AmericanPost.News, the host, made his debut in 1995 and later had a successful artistic career on Televisa and TV Azteca. In 2013 he moved to the United States and was hired by Univision to be part of Despierta América.