Joaquin Cosio is an actor who portrays Jesús in The Lone Ranger 2013 movie.

Early lifeEdit

Cosío was born in 1962 in the Mexican state of Nayarit, but spent most of his life in Ciudad Juárez. A literary scholar and poet, Cosío began his career with the local university as a radio script writer and a radio personality. Later on he became one of the university's professors, teaching literature and communications while also establishing a reputation as an outspoken social activist. His first poetry book, titled Talking Another Voice, was published in 1992, receiving several awards for his deep, insightful prose.


Cosío's training as an actor began in 1983 and has continued growing and developing ever since. In 1994, Cosío wrote his first stage play, titled Tomochic: Or the day the world ended, which was awarded the National Literature Prize. Performing in over 50 plays and over 600 live performances, his stage career reached a new milestone in 1999 when he was hand selected to join the National Theater Company. This led Cosío to make the decision to move to Mexico City permanently and focus on becoming a full-time actor. He has been working non-stop ever since as one of Mexico's most respected actors of stage and screen. He made his film debut in 2001 in the film The Blue Room and he has since participated in over 30 feature films and several shorts. Cosío played a multi-episode role in the HBO comedy Eastbound & Down. He played General Medrano, one of the main villains in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace, and acted alongside Benicio del Toro in Oliver Stone's gritty thriller, Savages. Cosío appeared in Robert Duvall's A Night in Old Mexico, and in Disney's 2013 film The Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer.


  • Some of his acting roles for television shows and movies are Spanish.
  • Cosio was nominated for the Mexican Academy of Film Awards.
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