Al Rodrigo

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Al Rodrigo was born in New York to Puerto Rican parents, Antonio and Bessie Rodriguez. He graduated from the New York City High School of Performing Arts and received a BFA in theatre from Syracuse University. He is a versatile character actor who has starred in theatre, films and on television since the 1980's.

Some of his film credits include Last Rites, The Glass Shield, Brown's Requiem, The Great White Hype, The Birdcage, and House of Sand and Fog. Theatre credits include Blood Wedding and The Death of Garcia Lorca at the New York Public Theatre, Don Juan of Seville at the Classic Stage Company, The Señorita from Tacna at INTAR, The Marriage of Figaro at Arizona Theatre Company, Romeo and Juliet at Syracuse Stage and Bandido! at The Mark Taper Forum, among many others.

Mr. Rodrigo has made many guest appearances on TV shows, including Martin, Something Wilder, SeaQuest DSV, Beverly Hills, 90210, ARLI$$, The West Wing, Wanted, High Incident, CSI: Miami and Supernatural. He also guest starred in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in the popular season three two-part episode "Past Tense" as Bernardo Calvera.

He is now known for playing the role of one of the most popular Star Wars characters in the Expanded Universe "Quinlan Vos" in Season 3 of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars". Among some of his many other voice over credits are Bilal, Penguins of Madagascar, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Asura's Wrath, Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel, Tomb Raider, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Dishonored, Unit 13, and extensive work in the ADR looping community.

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