Alejandro Bracho

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Alejandro Bracho
Born (1955-06-11) June 11, 1955 (age 63)
Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actor
Years active 1986-present

Alejandro Bracho (born June 11, 1955), 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.[1] Bracho also starred opposite Raul Julia as Father Alfonso Ozuna, a Jesuit priest, in Romero [1988]. Other film credits in English include The Blue Iguana, Clear and Present Danger, Highway Patrolman and Barbarian Queen II. He appeared in approximately half a dozen Spanish-language films, including El Otro, Extraños Caminos and, more recently, Cinco de Mayo la Batalla (2013, acting mostly in English). He jumped to stardom on Mexican television 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 an acting teacher and coach and occasionally acts.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1986 Miracles Bank Robber #1
1986 El otro
1987 Asalto cotidiano
1988 Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell Dead Warrior
1988 The Blue Iguana Hotel Clerk
1989 Licence to Kill Perez
1989 Romero Father Alfonzo Osuña
1990 Sandino Sócrates Sandino
1991 El Patrullero Sospechoso #2
1992 The Harvest Kind Eyes
1993 The Wrong Man Lieutenant
1993 Extraños caminos
1994 Clear and Present Danger Fernandez
1995 Bésame en la boca Doctor
1998 The Other Conquest Alférez Pedro
2007 The Zone Ismael

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