Diego Luna has embraced el niño.
The Mexican actor and his wife, Camila Sodi, have welcomed a son, their first child together, a rep for Canana Films, the production company he started with pal Gael García Bernal, said Tuesday.
No word yet on the tyke's name. His parents tied the knot in February, a couple of years after meeting on the set of the indie production The Night Buffalo. They both also appeared in Bernal's feature directorial debut, Déficit.
Luna, 28, made a splash north of the border in the subtitled 2001 crossover hit Y Tu Mamá También, and while he's still more of a star in his native country, he's been a presence in U.S. films both big—Kevin Costner's Open Range and Steven Spielberg's The Terminal—and small. Most recently, he played a disaffected Michael Jackson impersonator in Harmony Korine's Mr. Lonely.
Luna also took on the unenviable—and ultimately impossible—task of trying to recreate movie magic in Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights and was tossed about by fate in Alejandro González Iñárritu's Amores Perros.