Alejandro Bracho

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Alejandro Bracho
Born (1955-06-11) June 11, 1955 (age 61)
Mexico City, Mexico]
Occupation Actor
Years active 1986-present
Website www.maestroalejandrobracho.com

Alejandro Bracho (born June 11, 1955 in Mexico City, Mexico), is a Mexican actor.

He starred in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill as Perez, a henchman of the drug baron, Franz Sanchez, played by Robert Davi.[1] Bracho also starred opposite Raul Julia as the Jesuit priest father Alfonso Ozuna in Romero [1988]. Other film credits in English include The Blue Iguana, Clear and Present Danger, Highway Patrolman and Barbarian Queen II; in his native language, Spanish, he appeared in approximately half a dozen features, including El Otro, Extraños Caminos and more recently Cinco de Mayo la Batalla (2013, acting mostly in English). He jumped to stardom on Mexican T.V. with his hilarious portrayal of the bisexual villain Emilio Uriarte in the comedic telenovela Los Sanchez. Bracho currently resides in Mexico City, where he is a respected acting teacher and coach and acts on occasion in selected projects only.

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