Diego Worthington was born to an American father and a Mexican mother. His father was an active military officer and often moved the family to accommodate his career. Diego was named after his grandfather on his mother's side.
His father was an active military officer and therefore moved the family around quite often. Diego became secluded and did not make many friends growing up.
His mother was the daughter of a poor fisherman from Mexico.
At the age of 8, Diego's mother lost a long fought battle to cancer. Leaving Diego in the sole custody of his ever moving father.
Diego's teen years were met with a new found temper. Diego often got into trouble. Picking fights, drinking alcohol and smoking weed. His bad behavior led him to be exspelled from his local highschool.
His father immediately enrolled him into military school. Upon graduating, Diego packed his things and vowed to never see his father again.
He found work in the fishing town New Bedford, MA. He was a crew member of a fishing vessel that stayed at sea for months on end.
Upon returning from a particularly long voyage, Diego was swarmed by a group of black vans and forced inside. Within the van was his father. His father explained to him he had been chosen by his fellow countrymen to do a great service. After much convincing, Diego began his training with CIA special forces.
His first espionage was to dig up information on the Chernorussians and Russians regarding their post war plans and tactics.