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Kuno Becker
Becker in 2017
Eduardo Kuno Becker Paz

(1978-01-14) January 14, 1978 (age 46)
Occupation(s)Actor, film director
Years active1996–present

Eduardo Kuno Becker Paz (born January 14, 1978) professionally known as Kuno Becker, is a Mexican actor and film director who has worked in telenovelas, Mexican and American cinema.[1] He is best known for his portrayal of Ruben Berrizabal in Soñadoras, and Santiago Muñez in the football film Goal! and its sequels. and the Lightning McQueen into Latin Spanish in Cars 1, Cars 2 and Cars 3 [2][3]

He also starred as Drew Ramos on the American drama series Dallas.[4]

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Early years

After obtaining a scholarship, he traveled to Europe and began his studies at the Mozarteum in the city of Salzburg, Austria, where he spent several years taking violin lessons with Ruggiero Ricci.[citation needed]

He is a grandnephew of legendary Mexican actress María Félix.


At seventeen Kuno made the decision to set aside his career as a violinist, in order to pursue what he now considers his greatest passion, acting. He auditioned with more than 3,200 candidates and was accepted as a student at the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) of Televisa.[citation needed]

At the age of nineteen, after two years of drama studies, he obtained his first role in the telenovela Para toda la vida (1996). The next year, he participated in the music video "Corazón" by Lynda Thomas, the telenovela Pueblo chico, infierno grande (with Verónica Castro and directed by José Alberto Castro), El Alma no Tiene Color (directed by Juan Osorio) Desencuentro (directed by Ernesto Alonso), Rencor Apasionado (directed by Lucero Suárez), Camila (directed by Angelli Nesma) and Soñadoras his first lead and breakthrough role. In April 2000 Becker concluded shooting the telenovela Mujeres Engañadas.[citation needed]

In addition to his work in television, Becker has participated in a couple theater productions. His latest theater production was in 2008 when he starred in and produced the critically acclaimed The Pillowman written by Martin McDonagh.[citation needed]

He appeared in the 1997 film La Primera Noche. In 2002 Becker starred in the film La Hija del caníbal alongside the Argentine actress Cecilia Roth. He later starred opposite Antonio Banderas and Emma Thompson in the drama-thriller Imagining Argentina. Becker also starred in the historical Kazakhstani epic Nomad, filmed in 2004. The production took two years to make and it hit screens in 2006. In 2005, he starred in ESL: English as a Second Language with Maria Conchita Alonso and Soledad St. Hilaire. He also landed the lead role of Santiago Munez in the Disney football feature films Goal! in 2005 and Goal! 2: Living the Dream... in 2007, which became the most well-known football films in the world.[5] He also appeared briefly in Goal III: Taking on the World in 2009.[citation needed] Becker also provided his voice to Lightning McQueen in the Latin American Spanish dubbing of the Cars film series.

His most recent film projects today are El día de la unión, Ánima, 108 Costuras, Spoken Word, La Ultima Muerte, Cabeza de Buda and Panic 5 Bravo.[citation needed]

He worked on his debut screenplay for the Mexican film Espacio Interior, which is based on the 1985 Mexico City earthquake. He also portrayed Esteban Navarro, a recurring antagonist, in the tenth season of CSI: Miami.[6]



Year Film Role
1998 La primera noche Chico golpeado
2003 La hija del caníbal Adrian
Imagining Argentina Gustavo Santos
2005 Isla Bella Rogelio
Goal! Santiago Muñez
English as a Second Language Bolívar De La Cruz
2007 Nomad Mansur
Sex and Breakfast Ellis
Goal II: Living the Dream Santiago Muñez
2009 Goal III: Taking on the World Santiago Muñez
Spoken Word Cruz
Cabeza de buda Thomas Turrent
From Mexico with Love Héctor Villa
2010 La última Muerte Christian
Te presento a Laura Sebastián
Espacio Interior Lázaro
2011 From Prada to Nada Rodrigo
2012 El cartel de los Sapos Damían
Las paredes hablan Javier
2013 Cinco de mayo: La batalla Ignacio Zaragoza
Panic 5 Bravo Alex
2018 El Día de la Unión Max


Year Series Role Notes
1996 Te sigo amando Humberto
Para toda la vida Eduardo Valdemoros
1997 Desencuentro David Rivera Quintana
El alma no tiene color Juan José
Pueblo chico, infierno grande Hermilo Jaimez
1997-1998 Mujer, casos de la vida real Roberto/Ruben
1998 Soñadoras Ruben Barraisabal
Camila Julio Galindo
Rencor apasionado Pablo Gallardo Del Campo
1999-2000 Mujeres engañadas César Martínez
2000 Locura de amor León Baldomero (Cameo)
2000–2001 Primer amor... a mil por hora León Baldomero
2010 House Ramón Silva
The Defenders Alex Velasco
2011-2012 CSI: Miami Esteban Navarro
2012 Dallas Drew Ramos Jr.
2014 Hasta el fin del mundo Samuel 2 episodes
2021 Fuego ardiente Joaquín Ferrer
2022 Mi secreto[7] Young Alfonso Ugarte 2 episodes
2023 Dra. Lucía, un don extraordinario[8] Enrique Jiménez


Year Play
2007 The Pillowman
1999 En Roma el amor es broma
1998 Culpas prohibidas


Year Telenovela(s) Performers
2001 Primer amor, a mil por hora Ending theme song "Juntos" featuring Anahí



  1. ^ "Mexican actor/Director Kuno Becker expresses support for Kate del Castillo". 3 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Actor Kuno Becker loses 85% of his eyesight because of chemicals in his makeup". Daily Mirror. 6 April 2016.
  3. ^ ""El último villano que hice fue en CSI Miami": Kuno Becker regresa a las telenovelas como antagonista en "Fuego ardiente" | Televisa | México | Estados Unidos | USA | EE.UU nnda NNLT | ESPECTACULOS". 28 October 2020.
  4. ^ "'Dallas' casts Kuno Becker in season two". Digital Spy. 22 October 2012.
  5. ^ "Mexican actor playing in Hollywood's big league".
  6. ^ "Mexicano en CSI".
  7. ^ Torres, Luis Eduardo (7 July 2022). "Kuno Becker y Ana Layevska, juntos otra vez más de 20 años después de "Primer amor... a 1000 × hora"". (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 August 2023.
  8. ^ Madrid, Luis (6 July 2023). "Conoce al elenco de "Dra. Lucía, un don extraordinario", la nueva producción de TV Azteca". (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 August 2023.

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