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JULIO CÉSAR CEDILLO finished work earlier this year on Gregory Nava's film Bordertown opposite Jennifer Lopez and Antonio Banderas. He was brought in to add life to the newspaper office El Sol in which he and Antonio work investigating the countless murders of women along the Juarez border. He preceded Nava's film with Black Calhoun's action film Killing Down, starring as Oscar Perez opposite Sheree J. Wilson and Burton Gilliam.

Although he already has more than forty TV & Film appearances to his credit, his proudest moment came this year when he walked down the red carpet at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival along side Tommy Lee Jones and Guillermo Arriaga for the official screening of Jones' The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. Julio plays the title character Melquiades Estrada, Jones' ranch hand friend. The film is a reflective journey about friendship and the value of human life.

Julio Cedillo is a native of Durango, Durango; Mexico. He and his family moved to the U.S. when he was four, but he spent half of his time between Ojinaga, Chihuahua; Mexico and Fort Worth, Texas. Unable to read or speak English, he turned to the most immediate tutor – television. He grew up glued to the TV set, honing his newfound language and mimicking everything in sight. His endless desire to be understood led to a career in acting.

Some of his other feature film credits include On The Borderline opposite R. Lee Ermey, Billy Bob Thornton's All The Pretty Horses, Alan Parker's The Life of David Gale, Reginald Hudlin's Serving Sara with Vincent Pastore, and Luke and Owen Wilson's cult classic Bottle Rocket.

On the small screen Cedillo's credits include a regular as Travis Del Rio on Wishbone, the Emmy Award winning PBS series, about a literature-loving canine. He co-starred opposite George C. Scott on ABC's movie of the week Finding The Way Home, as Lt. Herrera on TNT's Two for Texas with Kris Kristofferson, and CBS's The Legend of Cadillac Jack opposite Clint Black. He recently appeared in Carlos Avila's award winning PBS series Fotonovelas: Junkyard Saints. And to date, one of his favorite roles has been narrating the independent short Barbacoa: The Movie, which catapulted the beginning of the Nickelodeon TV series The Brothers Garcia.

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