He studied acting at the Centro Universitario de Teatro (CUT) of the UNAM. In 2000, he began his career in film with Amores Perros, for which he won an Ariel for Best Actor in a Minor Role. He has participated in dozens of shorts and features. Although his work has mainly been in film, he has also acted in theater and television series. He is currently an acrobatics teacher at the CUT. He also appears in the soon-to-be released film, Año Bisiesto by Michael Rowe, winner of the Golden Camera at the Cannes Film Festival in 2010.
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