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Julio César Cedillo is an American actor who portrayed Welles on AMC's The Walking Dead.

He is best known for the title role in the 2005 film The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. Cedillo grew up in Fort Worth, Texas. In 1988 he graduated from Dunbar High School in Fort Worth. He appeared in several television productions in the 1990s including Wishbone's Dog Days of the West, then made his film debut in 2000 in All the Pretty Horses. Other films include The Rookie, Serving Sara, The Life of David Gale The Alamo, and Cowboys & Aliens.

Playing the title character in a film directed by Tommy Lee Jones and written by Guillermo Arriaga would be a career high point for just about any actor. For Julio Cesar Cedillo, more memorable moments would follow - walking down the red carpet at the 58th Cannes Film Festival for the screening of The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, and then standing with Jones and Arriaga during a 15-minute standing ovation at the end of the film which took two Palme d'Or awards.

Julio has come a long way since moving to Fort Worth from Mexico when he was four years old. He remembers spending hours in front of the television trying to learn the language of his new home and new school. Julio went to M.H. Moore Elementary followed by Meacham Middle School, Dunbar Middle School Magnet and Dunbar High School for Engineering Professions in 1988.

While watching all those actors on television and listening so intently to their dialog, Julio never guessed he would one day be in front of the camera. He has more than 40 television and film credits to his name. His feature film credits include On the Borderline, Billy Bob Thornton’s All the Pretty Horses, The Life of David Gale, Serving Sara and Bottle Rocket. On the small screen, Julio has enjoyed recurring roles in Prison Break, Exposed and the brand new Drop Dead Diva. He nabbed roles in the ABC Movie of the Week, Finding the Way Home (starring George C. Scott), TNT’s Two for Texas (with Kris Kristofferson), and CBS’s The Legend of Cadillac Jack (starring Clint Black).

Julio’s acting career keeps him on the move, but he still calls Fort Worth home. In fact, he married another Fort Worth ISD graduate. Julio is a spokesperson for the humanitarian organization, Children International.

Cast (TV Series)
Main Cast Andrew Lincoln (1-6) • Chad Coleman (5) • Chandler Riggs (1-6) • Danai Gurira (3-6) • David Morrissey (3-4) • Emily Kinney (5) • Jeffrey DeMunn (1-2) • Jon Bernthal (1-2) • Lauren Cohan (3-6) • Laurie Holden (1-3) • Lennie James (6) • Melissa McBride (4-6) • Michael Cudlitz (5-6) • Michael Rooker (3) • Norman Reedus (2-6) • Sarah Wayne Callies (1-3) • Scott Wilson (4) • Sonequa Martin-Green (6) • Steven Yeun (1-6)
Also Starring Alanna Masterson (4-6) • Aldis Hodge (4) • Alexa Nikolas (3) • Alexandra Breckenridge (5-6) • Alicia Witt (6) • Andrew J. West (4-5) • Andrew Rothenberg (1) • Ann Mahoney (6) • Audrey Marie Anderson (4) • Austin Abrams (5-6) • Austin Amelio (6) • Austin Nichols (5-6) • Benedict Samuel (5-6) • Brandon Fobbs (4) • Brighton Sharbino (4) • Chad Coleman (3-4) • Chris Coy (5) • Christian Serratos (4-6) • Christine Evangelista (6) • Christine Woods (5) • Christopher Berry (6) • Corey Hawkins (6) • Cullen Moss (5) • Dallas Roberts (3) • Daniel Bonjour (5) • Denise Crosby (4-5) • Donzaleigh Abernathy (3) • Emily Kinney (2-4) • Emma Bell (1) • Enver Gjokaj (4) • Erik Jensen (5) • Ethan Embry (6) • IronE Singleton (2-3) • Jason Douglas (5-6) • Jeananne Goossen (6) • Jeff Kober (4) • Jill Jane Clements (6) • John Carroll Lynch (6) • Jose Pablo Cantillo (3-4) • Josh McDermitt (4-6) • Juan Gabriel Pareja (1) • Julio Cesar Cedillo (3) • Justin Miles (6) • Katelyn Nacon (6) • Keisha Castle-Hughes (5) • Kenric Green (6) • Kerry Condon (4) • Kirk Acevedo (4) • Kyla Kenedy (4) • Kyle Gallner (4) • Lauren Cohan (2) • Lawrence Gilliard Jr. (4-5) • Lennie James (1, 5) • Lew Temple (3) • Madison Lintz (2) • Major Dodson (6) • Maximiliano Hernandez (5) • Melissa McBride (2-3) • Melissa Ponzio (3-4) • Merritt Wever (6) • Meyrick Murphy (4) • Michael Cudlitz (4) • Michael Raymond James (2) • Michael Rooker (1-2) • Michael Zegen (2) • Noah Emmerich (1) • Noel Gugliemi (1) • Norman Reedus (1) • Pruitt Taylor Vince (2) • Rich Ceraulo (6) • Robin Lord Taylor (4-5) • Ross Marquand (5-6) • Rus Blackwell (6) • Scott Wilson (2-3) • Seth Gilliam (5-6) • Sonequa Martin-Green (3-5) • Steve Coulter (5) • Steven Ogg (6) • Stuart Greer (6) • Sunkrish Bala (4) • Tate Ellington (4-5) • Tom Payne (6) • Tovah Feldshuh (5-6) • Tyler James Williams (5) • Vincent Martella (4) • Xander Berkeley (6)
Co-Stars Aaron Munoz (2) • Adam Boyer (5) • Adam Minarovich (1-2) • Adrian Kali Turner (1) • Al Vicente (3) • Alec Rayme (6) • Alex Van (3) • Amber Chaney (2) • Amy Cain (2) • Amy Dionne (4) • Andy Glen (3) • Andrea Moore (5) • Anissa Matlock (5) • Ann Mahoney (5-6) • Anthony Guajardo (1) • April Billingsley (5) • Arthur Bridgers (3) • Benjamin Papac (5) • Beth Keener (6) • Bethany Anne Lind (6) • Brandon Carroll (4) • Brett Gentile (6) • Brian Hillard (2) • Brina Palencia (4) • Brody Rose (6) • Cameron Deane Stewart (4) • Carlos Aviles (6) • Cherie Dvorak (3) • Chris Burns (5) • Chris Gann (6) • Christopher Matthew Cook (5) • Claire Bronson (5) • Corey Brill (5) • Dahlia Legault (5-6) • Dango Nguyen (3) • Daniel Newman (6) • Daniel Thomas May (3-4) • Danny Vinson (4) • Darin Cooper (6) • Dave Randolph-Mayhem Davis (3) • Davi Jay (4) • David Marshall Silverman (5-6) • Deja Dee (2) • Dwayne Boyd (3) • Elena Sanchez (6) • Elijah Marcano (5) • E. Roger Mitchell (3) • Eric Mendenhall (4) • Erin Hunter (4) • G-Rod (6) • Gary Weeks (3) • Gina Morelli (1) • H. Patrik Coyne (6) • Ian Casselberry (6) • Ilan Srulovicz (6) • Irene Ziegler (4) • IronE Singleton (1) • James Allen McCune (2) • James Chen (6) • James Gonzaba (1) • Jan Harrelson (4) • Jane McNeill (2) • Jasmine Kaur (6) • Jason Alexander Davis (5-6) • Jay Huguley (6) • JD Evermore (4) • Jeremy Palko (6) • Jeryl Prescott Sales (1) • Jesse C. Boyd (5-6) • Jim R. Coleman (1) • Jimmy Gonzales (6) • Jonathan Kleitman (6) • Jordan Woods-Robinson (5-6) • Juliana Harkavy (4) • Justice Leak (5) • Justin Kucsulain (6) • Justin Miles (6) • Katelyn Nacon (5-6) • Karen Ceesay (6) • Karenlie Riddering (3) • Keedar Whittle (2) • Keisha Tillis (1) • Keith Brooks (4) • Kelley Davis (2) • Kennedy Brice (4) • Kenric Green (6) • Kevin Patrick Murphy (6) • Kimberly Leemans (6) • Kyle Clements (5) • Labrandon Shead (6) • Lance Tafelski (6) • Lawrence Kao (3) • LB Brown (6) • Linds Edwards (1) • Lindsay Abernathy (3) • Liz E. Morgan (6) • Luke Donaldson (4) • Maddie Lomax (1) • Madison Lintz (1) • Maia Moss-Fife (5) • Major Dodson (5) • Mandi Christine Kerr (5-6) • Marc Gowan (5) • Marcus Hester (4) • Markice Moore (3) • Matt Lowe (6) • Melissa McBride (1) • Michael Harding (4) Michael Traynor (5-6) • Mike Mayhall (3) • Myke Holmes (6) • Neil Brown Jr. (1) • Nelson Bonilla (5) • Nick Gomez (3) • Owen Harn (5) • Parker Wierling (3) • Peter Kulas (3) • Peter Zimmerman (6) • Phillip DeVona (2) • R. Keith Harris (6) • Ricky Wayne (5) • Rico Ball (5) • Robert Walker-Branchaud (6) • Russ Comegys (3) • Russell Towery (3) • Sherry Richards (4) • Steve Coulter (5) • Steven Sean Garland (6) • Susie Spear Purcell (5-6) • Tanner Holland (3) • Ted Huckabee (5-6) • Teri Wyble (5) • Theodus Crane (3) • Tiffany Morgan (5-6) • Tom Turbiville (4) • Travis Love (3-4) • Travis Young (5) • Troy Faruk (3) • Tyler Chase (3) • Vanessa Cloke (6) • Victor McCay (4) • Vincent Ward (3) • Viviana Chavez-Vega (1)
Special Guests Andrew Rothenberg (3) • Brighton Sharbino (5) • Chris Coy (5) • David Morrissey (5) • Emma Bell (3) • Jeffrey Dean Morgan (6) • Jeryl Prescott Sales (3) • Jon Bernthal (3) • Kyla Kenedy (5) • Lawrence Gilliard Jr. (5) • Lennie James (3)

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