Born (1966-01-02) January 2, 1966 (age 54) Guatemala City, Guatemala OccupationActorYears active2002–present Antonio Muñoz (born Jose Rafael Antonio Muñoz, January 2, 1966, in Guatemala City) is a Guatemalan actor and three times national Motocross champion. He started racing motor cross when he was eleven. During his third year of racing, he suffered a major accident, leaving him with major Facial trauma and permanent loss of taste and smell called Anosmia Muñoz competed for twenty years as a motor-cross racer and held three national titles. In 2002, he decided to pursue a career in acting, although he had no previous experience and within days he became a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Antonio had his first break only six months after he started his acting pursuits. Desmond Gumbs, a director on Straight Out (2003) (his first film) took a great risk on Antonio's raw talent and cast him in a major plot-driver role. Since then he has worked on the top-rated shows, as well as in the feature films, The Rundown, Spanglish (film) with Adam Sandler and London (2005 American film) He has been in television and editorial commercials nationwide including Bank of America, Nissan Altima and Infinity Insurance. Then try to pursue an acting career in the Hispanic-Latin market and he quickly landed a feature role in the Telemundo production, El Rostro de Analia as one of the hitman for Gabriel Porras as Ricky Montana. In June 2010 Antonio is working in Petén with Dr Richard D. Hansen, providing all the logistic and helicopters for the exploration of the biggest Mayan Ruins in the world (El Mirador).