Alfonso Herrera Rodriguez is a Mexican actor and singer.
31 Facts About Alfonso Herrera
Alfonso Herrera was one of the six lead singers in the group, which was successful in Latin America, USA and Europe, was nominated twice to the Latin Grammy Award and sold more than 10 million albums worldwide.
In 2014, Alfonso Herrera played the lead role in the political satire comedy film The Perfect Dictatorship.
Alfonso Herrera played Father Tomas on the American horror series The Exorcist.
Alfonso Herrera co-starred in the American drama series Queen of the South.
Alfonso Herrera portrayed Ignacio de la Torre y Mier in Dance of the 41 and received acclaim for his performance, winning the Ariel Award for Best Actor.
Alfonso Herrera has an older brother, Alejandro and a younger brother, Oscar.
Alfonso Herrera attended the Edron Academy, alongside Gael Garcia Bernal and Ximena Sarinana and graduated in 2002.
Alfonso Herrera originally wanted to become a pilot and was going to move to San Antonio, Texas, to enroll in an aviation school.
Alfonso Herrera changed his mind and decided to enroll at the Centro de Educacion Artistica run by Latin American media giant Televisa.
Alfonso Herrera performed in Las Brujas de Salem, Como matar a un ruisenor and Antigona.
Alfonso Herrera played Miguel Arango, a teenager who moves to Mexico City to avenge his father's death.
In 2007, Alfonso Herrera began filming Volverte a Ver with Ximena Alfonso Herrera.
Alfonso Herrera gave voice to the main character in the animated film Igor.
Alfonso Herrera played Sebastian, a man who pretends to be a professor and steals expensive art work in order to protect his jailed father.
Alfonso Herrera worked alongside actors Plutaco Haza, Paola Nunez, Sergio Klainer, Guillermo Larrea, Jana Raluy, and Raul Vallejo on the Spanish version of Rain Man, known in Spanish as Cuando los hermanos se encuentran.
Alfonso Herrera worked on a television series called El Equipo produced by Pedro Torres where he played a federal policeman named Fermin Perez.
Alfonso Herrera is currently filming a television series called El Diez where he will play a soccer player named 'Chava Espinoza'.
Alfonso Herrera played the revolutionary Aquiles Serdan in the Mexican series El Encanto del Aguila.
In 2013, Alfonso Herrera starred with Paz Vega in the Mexican horror film Espectro.
Alfonso Herrera entered the third season of the Colombian series El Capo as Nino Malo, for this character, he was nominated for the TVyNovelas Award for best supporting actor in the series and starred in the Mexican film Perfect Obedience.
Alfonso Herrera was in the Netflix original series Sense8, where he starred as Hernando Fuentes the boyfriend of Lito Rodriguez, played by Miguel Angel Silvestre.
In 2016, Alfonso Herrera gave life to Ramon Mercader in the film The Chosen.
Alfonso Herrera played Ramon Mercader in the Mexican-Spanish drama The Chosen.
Between 2016 and 2017, Alfonso Herrera participated in two episodes of the Mexican series Drunk History, played Che Guevara and again reprised the role of Aquiles Serdan.
Alfonso Herrera starred Father Tomas in Fox's American horror series The Exorcist.
Alfonso Herrera joined the recurring cast of the third season of the American series Queen of the South and in the fourth became part of the main cast along with the Brazilian actress Alice Braga.
Alfonso Herrera played Leon in the Mexican series Sitiados: Mexico in 2019.
Also in 2020, Alfonso Herrera starred in David Pablos's movie Dance of the 41, playing Ignacio de la Torre y Mier, the gay son-in-law of the President of Mexico.
In 2002, Alfonso Herrera started dating actress and singer Dulce Maria; they met during the filming of the soap opera Clase 406, and the relationship ended in 2005.
Alfonso Herrera has been in a relationship with actress Ana de la Reguera since 2022.