Manuel Uriza is a Mexican-American character actor. Born and raised in Mexico City, moving to Miami, Florida in his twenties, Manuel got his first taste of acting when he showed up to an open call to be a background actor in USA's "Burn Notice," and ended up booking a guest star role. He went on to appear in Spanish-speaking television before making his way to Los Angeles. He booked a recurring role on FX Network's "The Bridge" with Diane Kruger and Demián Bichir. Manuel went on to appear in ABC's "Castle," Fox's "Lethal Weapon," FX Network's "Snowfall," and had a recurring role on AMC's award-winning series "Better Call Saul." His film credits include Lionsgate's "Rambo: Last Blood," the award-winning indie film "The Infiltrators," and film festival winner "My Demons Never Swore Solitude." Manuel played soccer competitively in college and second division professionally. He later went on to graduate law school in Mexico. Another passion of his is horse riding. His paternal grandfather was Mexico's first Olympic gold medalist in racing and jumping and his maternal grandfather was a horse trainer, having won the Kentucky derby twice and winning the American Triple Crown, with only 13 horses in history having accomplished such a feat. Manuel lives in Los Angeles with his wife.