Alejandro Alcondez

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Alejandro Alcondez
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Alejandro Alcondez
Born Alejandro Alcondez
(1970-08-03) August 3, 1970 (age 43)
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Occupation Actor, film director, film producer, Screenwriter, Film Editor, Songwriter and Composer
Years active 1990–present

Alejandro Alcondez[1] (born August 3, 1970) is a Mexican/American actor, screenwriter, film producer and film director. Born in Jalisco, Mexico, Alcondez moved to Hollywood, California in the early 1990s. His acting career began in theater production plays, he then moved on to produce and write his own Mexican films Impacto de Muerte, Furia Salvaje and El Bronko Negro, which were distributed by his company Producciones Alejandro Alcondez.

His most recent American film “Cielito Lindo" Beautiful Heaven (produced, written and directed by Alejandro Alcondez) was written especially for Alcondez where he plays the lead role of Pablo Pastor.[2] This film was released by his own production and distribution company Alejandro Alcondez Pictures[3]

Biography[edit]

Career in Mexico[edit]

Alejandro Alcondez founded Producciones Alejandro Alcondez and decided to produce his first film. Alejandro called upon Mexican actor Mario Almada (actor) he produced the film he also wrote the story and had a lead part alongside Mario Almada. The film was directed by Alberto Mariscal.

Alcondez continued to film as a producer, writer, director and lead actor in a large number of films alongside Mexican actors Luis Aguilar, Sergio Goyri, Jorge Reynoso, Hugo Stiglitz, Fernando Almada, Fernando Saenz, Manuel Ojeda, Luis de Alba, Cesar Bono, Jaime Fernández, Miguel Angel Rodriguez, Bernabe Melendrez, Los Tucanes de Tijuana, Patricia Rivera, Roxana San Juan, Karla Barahona, Rebeca Silva, Lorena Velasquez, Lina Santos, and Rosenda Bernal, just to name a few. Alcondez has also starred in many film productions produced by Mr. Delfino Lopez of Baja Films.

Career in Hollywood[edit]

Alejandro Alcondez Cielito Lindo Premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Alejandro Alcondez Cielito Lindo "Beautiful Heaven" film Premiere

Alejandro Alcondez decided that he was ready for Hollywood and founded his American production company, Alejandro Alcondez Pictures, which produces English and Spanish movies for worldwide distribution. He produced his first English-speaking film entitled Cielito Lindo (Beautiful Heaven) in 2007.[4] Alcondez visited many locations and decided to begin film production in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico. The film premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theater on May 27, 2010[5] Alejandro Alcondez not only wrote the script, produced the film, he also directed and starred as a lead actor alongside Adam Rodríguez, Nestor Serrano, Nicole Paggi, Ilia Volok, and Pato Hoffmann,[6] among others.

Filmography[edit]

Acting career[edit]

Year Film Notes Production Company
2010 "Cielito Lindo" Beautiful Heaven Lead Actor Alejandro Alcondez Pictures
2004 "Los Mas Buscados I" Lead Actor Baja Films
2004 "Los Mas Buscados II" Lead Actor Baja Films
2004 "Los Mas Buscados III" Lead Actor Baja Films
2002 "Sueños Amargos" Lead Actor Provizion Films
2000 "La Camioneta Gris II" Lead Actor Baja Films
1999 "Por ser Mexicano" Lead Actor Baja Films
1998 "El Bronco Negro" Lead Actor Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1997 "El Señor de los Cielos I" Lead Actor Baja Films
1997 "El Señor de los Cielos II" Lead Actor Baja Films
1997 "El Señor de los Cielos III" Lead Actor Baja Films
1997 "AK-47 – Cuerno de Chivo" Lead Actor Condor Pictures
1996 "Clave Privada" Lead Actor Baja Films
1996 "Clave Nueva" Lead Actor Baja Films
1996 "Una Pagina Mas" Lead Actor Baja Films
1996 "La Fichera mas Rapida del Oeste II" Lead Actor Baja Films – PM Films
1995 "Furia Salvaje"[7] Lead Actor Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1995 "Arturo El Rey de Copas" Lead Actor Baja Films
1995 "Crimen en Chihuahua" Lead Actor Baja Films
1995 "La Trampa" Lead Actor Baja Films
1993 "Impacto de Muerte"[8][9] Lead Actor Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1991 "El Corrido de los Perez" Lead Actor Million Dollar
1990 "Asesino de Media Noche" Lead Actor
1990 "La Quebradita Caliente I"[10] Lead Actor
1990 "La Quebradita Caliente II" Lead Actor

As producer[edit]

Year Film Notes Production Company
2010 "Cielito Lindo" Beautiful Heaven Executive Producer Alejandro Alcondez Pictures
1998 "El Bronco Negro" Executive Producer Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1995 "Furia Salvaje" Executive Producer Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1993 "Impacto de Muerte" Executive Producer Producciones Alejandro Alcondez

As writer[edit]

Year Film Notes Production Company
2010 "Cielito Lindo" Beautiful Heaven Story and screenplay Alejandro Alcondez Pictures
2002 "Sueños Amargos" Story and screenplay Provizion Films
1998 "El Bronco Negro" Story and screenplay Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1995 "Furia Salvaje" Story and screenplay Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1993 "Impacto de Muerte" Story and screenplay Producciones Alejandro Alcondez

As director[edit]

Year Film Notes Production Company
2010 "Cielito Lindo" Beautiful Heaven 35 mm. Film Alejandro Alcondez Pictures
2002 "Sueños Amargos" Filmed in Los Angeles California Provizion Films
1998 "El bronko negro" Filmed in Mexico Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1995 "Furia salvaje; El corrido de Juan Pastor" Filmed in Mexico Producciones Alejandro Alcondez
1993 "Impacto de muerte" Filmed in Mexico Producciones Alejandro Alcondez

Theater[edit]

During his early carrier, Alcondez participated in various theater productions as an actor, director, writer and producer, gaining valuable experience in screenwriting and filmmaking

Title Role Director
Don Juan Tenorio Juan Tenorio – Lead Actor Guillermo Lepe
La Virginidad Arturo – Lead Actor Alejandro Alcondez
Martin el Zapatero Martin – Lead Actor Alejandro Alcondez
Por la Vida de Jesucristo Director Alejandro Alcondez

Other works[edit]

Alcondez has been part of many other projects including screen writing, producing and directing many music videos[11] and various feature films like.[12] Cielito Lindo (Beautiful Heaven)[4] filmed at Chihuahua, Mexico. In an interview in a Mexican newspaper,[2] Alcondez explained the reason he chose to film at that location as well the plot of the film and when he wrote the Screenplay for "Cielito Lindo" (Beautiful Heaven). as well as the number of films he has participated.[clarification needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Newspaper article about Alejandro Alcondez (spanish)". Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b El Pueblo – Periodico principal – La noticia como es[dead link]
  3. ^ Alejandro Alcondez Pictures
  4. ^ a b Cielito lindo (2007)
  5. ^ "Grauman's Chinese Theatre – Hollywood – Home". Manntheatres.com. Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  6. ^ Pato Hoffmann.com – Announcements[dead link]
  7. ^ "Furia Salvaje – La Opinion news article". Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  8. ^ The Mexican Filmography. Books.google.com. Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Impacto de Muerte – Magazine cover". Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  10. ^ "La Quebradita Caliente – News article in spanish". Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  11. ^ "AlejandroAlcondez's Videos". YouTube. April 21, 2011. Retrieved June 13, 2012. 
  12. ^ "AlejandroAlcondez's Videos". YouTube. April 21, 2011. Retrieved June 13, 2012. 

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