Past due reality star whose appearance in MTV’s REAL LIFE: SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA helped to improve awareness about AIDS and LGBT problems over the nation. He was a reputed educator who spoke prior to the USA Congress for the importance of Helps education. He shifted from Cuba to america at age group eight and was an honors pupil at Hialeah SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. His commitment wedding ceremony to long-term partner Sean Sasser on REAL LIFE: SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA was the first such wedding ceremony ever proven on tv. He grew up by his old sister Mily following the loss of life of his mom from skin cancers when he was thirteen. On his deathbed, he received a telephone call from U.S. Leader Costs Clinton thanking him for his function.
|1||Friend and roommate of Alex Escarano.|
|2||Son of Hector Zamora and Zoraida Diaz.|
|3||Brother of Milagros Zamora and Jesus Zamora.|
|4||He and Sean Sasser exchanged vows in a commitment ceremony on Real World (1992) in June 1994, a first for American television. They were together until Zamora's death on 11 November 1994. Their relationship was not a legal marriage.|
|5||Was a very influential HIV/AIDS activist and educator, appearing on numerous television programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, before he appeared on MTV's The Real World: San Francisco. After his death, the mayor of his hometown, Miami, dedicated a day in his honor and a street was also renamed Pedro Zamora Way.|
|6||Pedro came to the United States in 1980 in the Mariel boat lift.|
|7||Died the day after the last San Francisco "Real World" episode aired.|
|On the Waiting List: A Straight Man's Quest for LGBT Awareness||2015||Documentary short dedicatee|
|The Real World You Never Saw: Boston + Seattle||1998||Video documentary uncredited|
|The Real World You Never Saw||1997||Video documentary|
|The Real World Reunion: Inside Out||1996||Video documentary uncredited|
|The Real World Vacations: Behind the Scenes||1995||Video documentary short|
|Real World||1994||TV Series||Himself|
|The Evolution Will Be Televised||2005||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
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|1995||Stephen F. Kolzak Award||GLAAD Media Awards|
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