Gomez Jaramillo’s first break finally came when he landed a spot on the Mexican version of “The Voice Kids.” AFP / ULISES RUIZ
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Thirteen-year-old Luis Angel Gomez Jaramillo has a lot in common with the character he plays in the hit Pixar movie "Coco," the favorite to win this year's Oscar for best animated film. The movie, set against the backdrop of Mexico's colorful Day of the Dead festival, tells the story of a boy named Miguel who fights against all the odds to realize his dream of being a musician.With his twinkling eyes and beaming smile, Gomez Jaramillo, who voiced Miguel in the Spanish-language version of the film, looks a little like his character.Infante was the inspiration for the superstar musician in "Coco," Ernesto de la Cruz – who is, fittingly, Miguel's hero in the movie.
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