Bilingual actor / artistic expressionist, Enrique Alejandro studied at the Robert Morgan Educational Center (specialized in Drama / TV Production), and received four uninterrupted years of training by Sebastián Ligarde under the Meisner Technique; same technique that shortly after studied during two years in the dramatic institute Joanne Baron / D.W. Brown Studio in LA.
In 2010 he made his film debut as the protagonist, ‘Luis’ in “The Last Lion” directed by Franzis Müller. He went on to play the lead role of ‘José Carballo’ in the short film “The Drawing”, directed by Norge Hernández Reyes, where he played a young man with cerebral palsy. In 2012, Enrique stood out in the acclaimed second season of the teen drama “Grachi” by Nickelodeon. This same year, Enrique also received the honor of “Estrella del Futuro” at the Miami Life Awards. In 2015 he played ‘Billy’ in the TV series “DeMente Criminal” by UniMás. He also starred in television series such as “Pushy Riot” and “Hollywood Housewives.” In his spare time, Enrique works with organizations that his father is affiliated with, such as UNESCO, UNICEF and a nonprofit health and education program his father founded, focused on helping poor communities in Nigeria and West Africa. .
He is currently developing his first literary work, based on the Meisner Technique and his approach with acting students.
In 2018, Enrique Alejandro will star in the movie # 2StepEquations.