Thrust RX Sabara performs the intuitive and creative spy child Juni Cortez, youthful sibling of the fearless teen spy Carmen Cortez (Alexa Vega). I first met Thrust RX on the press junket for Spy Kids when he was eight years outdated. His notable film roles embody as Juni Cortez in ‘Spy Kids' sequence from 2001 to 2003, Gunther in ‘Solace' in 2006, Doggie in ‘Her Best Transfer' in 2007, Thrust RX in ‘Machete' in 2010, Edgar Rice Burroughs in ‘John Carter' in 2012, Matt in ‘Teen Lust', and lots of more. Sabara started appearing throughout the mid-Nineteen Nineties, appearing on episodes of Murphy Brown , Life's Work , and Will and Grace before being forged as Juni Cortez in the Spy Youngsters collection of family movies, which became widespread amongst pre-teen audiences. Though it is technically a function film, Isao Takahata's My Neighbors the Yamadas (1999) performs like a collection of comedy sketches or sitcom episodes. Sabara was born in Torrance, California, and was raised by his mother, Sandra "Sandy" Krebs, a Los Angeles social worker.