The key to success is to love what you do or to do what you love, no matter if you're doing it big time or in a small way.
I was so desperate to get a job on TV (with no money), that I dressed as an old lady, went to the TV channel and said to security that I was the producer's grandma and had brought him lunch.
If I could choose, I would say [I would like to be filming with] Natalie Portman and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The biggest obstacle that you can have is all inside your head, so I try every day to be optimistic and keep dreaming about great things!
I've always been a very lucky guy. A lot of crazy things have happened in my career, but I guess the first big break was when I moved to Mexico City from Chihuahua.
That's one of the things [diversity] that I love the most and that makes not only Hollywood, but America the great country that it is. I'm not complaining - I celebrate it, and I think there are a sea of opportunities because of that.
As long you feel complete, loved and happy with a purpose, and you have the appreciation for every little thing that surrounds you, that's success for me.
I don't like to think on obstacles. I guess that if you focus your mind on obstacles, they will grow bigger.
I was almost one of The Magnificent Seven. I love horses and guns.
I'm afraid that a certain situation drives me to be someone that I am not, and I always want to be honest and real. I want to be me.
I'm afraid to be afraid in a crucial moment.
Lucky me, the producer was arriving, and when he saw me [dressed as an old lady], he didn't know what to think. I told him, 'I'm your grandma here's your lunch, honey,' and I got my first TV show in Mexico.
There are a lot of things that American fans don't know about me yet! I would say they don't know me at all, but I guess that's great because now I have the chance to surprise them and make friends.
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