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Alejandro Bracho

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Alejandro Bracho, a Mexican-born actor, appeared in a variety of movies throughout his Hollywood career. Bracho's career beginnings included film roles in the comedic adventure "Miracles" (1986) with Tom Conti, "The Blue Iguana" (1988) and the action film "Licence to Kill" (1989) with Timothy Dalton. He went on to act in "Romero" (1989) with Raul Julia, "Danielle Steel's "Fine Things"" (NBC, 1990-91) and "Barbarian Queen II: The Empress Strikes Back" (1992) with Lana Clarkson. He also appeared in "The Wrong Man" (Showtime, 1993-94) and the Harrison Ford box office smash action movie "Clear and Present Danger" (1994). More recently, Bracho acted in "La Zona" (2007).

Alejandro Bracho, a Mexican-born actor, appeared in a variety of movies throughout his Hollywood career. Bracho's career beginnings included film roles in the comedic adventure "Miracles" (1986) with Tom Conti, "The Blue Iguana" (1988) and the action film "Licence to Kill" (1989) with Timothy Dalton. He went on to act in "Romero" (1989) with Raul Julia, "Danielle Steel's "Fine Things"" (NBC, 1990-91) and "Barbarian Queen II: The Empress Strikes Back" (1992) with Lana Clarkson. He also appeared in "The Wrong Man" (Showtime, 1993-94) and the Harrison Ford box office smash action movie "Clear and Present Danger" (1994). More recently, Bracho acted in "La Zona" (2007).

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 La Zona (2007)
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 Wrong Man, The (1993) Lieutenant
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 Fine Things (1990) Hispanic Man
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 Romero (1989) Father Alfonzo Osuna
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 Licence to Kill (1989) Perez
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 Blue Iguana, The (1988) Hotel Clerk
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 Miracles (1986) 1st Bank Robber
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