Alejandro Bracho

Alejandro Bracho
Born (1955-06-11) June 11, 1955 (age 62)
Mexico City, Mexico]
Years active1986-present


‹ The template Infobox person has been considered for merging. › Alejandro Bracho (given birth to June 11, 1955 in Mexico Town, Mexico), is a Mexican professional. He starred in the 1989 Adam Connection film Licence to Wipe out seeing that Perez, a henchman from the medication baron, Franz Sanchez, played by Robert Davi. Bracho also starred contrary Raul Julia as the Jesuit priest dad Alfonso Ozuna in Romero [1988]. Various other film credits in British are the Blue Iguana, Crystal clear and Present Risk, Highway Patrolman and Barbarian Queen II; in his indigenous vocabulary, Spanish, he made an appearance in about 50 % twelve features, including Un Otro, Extrañoperating-system Caminos and recently Cinco de Mayo la Batalla (2013, performing mostly in British). He jumped to stardom on Mexican T.V. along with his amusing portrayal from the bisexual villain Emilio Uriarte in the comedic telenovela Los Sanchez. Bracho presently resides in Mexico Town, where he’s a respected performing teacher and trainer and acts sometimes in selected tasks only.

Selected ilmography

Wonders (1986) - Loan company Robber #1 Un otro (1986) Asalto cotidiano (1987) Deathstalker as well as the Warriors from Hell (1988) - Deceased Warrior The Blue Iguana (1988) - Resort Clerk Licence to Get rid of (1989) - Perez Romero (1989) - Dad Alfonzo Osuña Sandino (1990) - Sócrates Sandino Un Patrullero (1991) - Sospechoso #2 The Harvest (1992) - Kind Eye The Wrong Guy (1993) - Lieutenant Extrañoperating-system caminos (1993) Crystal clear and Present Risk (1994) - Fernandez Béequal en la boca (1995) - Doctor The Other Conquest (1998) - Alférez Pedro The Area (2007) - Ismael