Sebastian Zurita is the CEO and Founder of production company Addiction House. He is also the Creator, Director, Executive Producer and Star of "Como Sobrevivir Soltero” (How to Survive Being Single).
He was cast as the lead in legendary director Felipe Cazals' "Ciudadano Buelna," which earned him the best film actor of the year award: La Diosa de Plata (Mexico’s Golden Globe). Manolo Caro's "Amor de Mis Amores" and Gustavo Moheno's "Eddie Reynolds y Los Angeles de Acero". His past three films became the top box office hits for Mexican cinema, staying in the top 5 for Mexican films. These include "Tres Idiotas", "Como Cortar a tu Patan," and Issa lopez's "Todo Mal". The same year he produced and directed "Class Enemy" by Nigel Williams, Zurita had various roles in “Luis Miguel, La Serie” and “Bankrolled” for Netflix; other notable series include "El Juego De Las Llaves". He also released “Como Sobrevivir Soltero” season 2 and 3, “El Galan” for Disney and "Tequila Repasado” for Sony. For 2023 Sebastian will debut “The Lost Flowers of Alice Heart” for Prime Video.
Addiction House has developed four feature films, including his first international work "I Was There", Shot in New York City. His upcoming projects include a musical created and written by him and brother Emiliano Zurita and co-produced by Tony award winner Chet Walker with the music of "Jarabe de Palo”, a play with British multi award winner Shaun McKenna. Addiction House has more than 20 titles in different stages of development “Champions Gym,” “The 201,” “Cobalto 60,” and “The Golden Children” to name a few – “Señoras” being its latest show to be optioned by Sony.
Born in Mexico City, moved to Miami to pursue international business with a minor in economics, he then continued his studies at UCLA, Harvard Business School, and Whartons Executive Education program.