Daryl Sabara

Child actor Daryl Sabara was propelled to stardom at the age of eight with a leading role in director Robert Rodriguez's popular "Spy Kids" (2001) and "Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams" (2002) and "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over" (2003). Sabara plays the intuitive and creative spy kid Juni Cortez, younger sibling of the fearless teen spy Carmen Cortez (Alexa Vega). Well-suited for physically demanding action-adventures, he joined the South Bay Ballet Company at the age of four and continued to train in dance, gymnastics, and tae kwon do. Along with his twin brother, Evan Sabara, he got started in acting with television guest-starring roles, including "Love & Money," "Roswell," and "Will & Grace."