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Al Rodrigo

Birth Place: New York City

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Al Rodrigo is an American character actor who has performed professionally in theatre, films, and television since the early1980?s. Rodrigo was born in New York City to Puerto Rican parents. He is a drama graduate of the New York City High School of Performing Arts, and holds a BFA in theatre from Syracuse University. Some of his film credits include Last Rites, The Glass Shield, Brown?s Requiem, The Great White Hype, The Birdcage, Citizen Jane and House of Sand and Fog, among others. Some of his theatre credits include: Open Admissions on Broadway U/S, Blood Wedding, The Death of Garcia Lorca, and Bang Bang Blues at the New York Public Theatre, Don Juan of Seville at Classic Stage Company, The Se orita from Tacna and Savings at INTAR, New York 1937 at the Jewish Rep. Company, The Happiest Song Plays Last at The Los Angeles Theatre Center, One Crazy Day/The Marriage of Figaro at The Arizona Theatre Company, Pericles at Hartford Stage, Romeo and Juliet and Comedy of Errors at Syracuse Stage, Bandido! at The Mark Taper Forum, La Posada Magica and Bang Bang Blues at South Coast Rep., among numerous others. He has made many guest appearances on television shows including: Supernatural, CSI- Miami, NYPD Blue, Wanted, The West Wing, High Incident, Leg Work, Star Trek DS9, SeaQuest, ARLI$$, Martin, Something Wilder, The Nanny, Riders in the Sky, Prey, Pros and Cons, among numerous others. He has also had recurring roles on Days of Our Lives, Loving, and General Hospital. He is also a voice actor and is featured as Quinlan Vos in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, as well as in the animated features: Coco, Bilal, Penguins of the Madagascar, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Scooby Doo!- The Mystery Begins, and others. He can also be heard on such video games as: Army of Two-The Devil?s Cartel, Tomb Raider, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Dishonored, Unit 13, Asura?s Wrath, and others. Mr. Rodrigo also has done extensive work in the ADR looping community in both Los Angeles and in New York City, where he continues to do voice work in numerous feature film and television projects.

Al Rodrigo STAGE CREDITS

[Off-Broadway]
1990
Miguel


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Photos: Get a First Look at STIR at The Old Globe

Get a first look at photos of Stir at The Old Globe. Learn more about the production and see how to purchase tickets.
Cast and Creatives Set For STIR at the Old Globe

 The Old Globe has announced the full cast and creative team for Stir by Melinda Lopez (The Old Globe’s Mala) and Joel Perez (La Jolla Playhouse’s Kiss My Aztec!).
VIDEO: The Cast of SIMONA'S SEARCH On Bringing The Show To Hartford Stage

Watch a chat with the cast of the world premiere production of Simona's Search: Christopher Bannow, Alejandra Escalante, and Al Rodrigo. Check out the video!
Cast and Creative Team Announced for 2024 World Premiere of SIMONA'S SEARCH at Hartford Stage

Hartford Stage announces the cast and creative team for Martín Zimmerman's Simona's Search, directed by the theater's Artistic Director Melia Bensussen. This new, mysterious, and witty story makes its world premiere at the Tony-Award winning theater, running January 18 through February 11, 2024, at 50 Church Street, Hartford, CT.
VIDEO: Watch 'Fallaste Corazón' from DESTINY OF DESIRE at The Old Globe

Get a first look at The Old Globe's Destiny of Desire - An Unapologetic Telenovela for the Stage, a smart, contemporary comedy written by Helen Hayes Award winner Karen Zacarías and directed by Tony Award winner and Academy Award nominee Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Video: First Look at Bianca Marroquín, Mandy Gonzalez & More in DESTINY OF DESIRE at The Old Globe

Get a first look at footage of Destiny of Desire at The Old Globe, starring Bianca Marroquín, Mandy Gonzalez, and more!
Review: DESTINY OF DESIRE at The Old Globe Is Both a Love Letter and A Parody of The Telenovela Genre

DESTINY OF DESIRE at The Old Globe may be a telenovela brought to life on the theatre stage, but you don’t need to be familiar with the genre in order to enjoy it.  Fan of the genre or not, this play is both a love letter to and a parody of the form of entertainment that is loved worldwide. DESTINY OF DESIRE is playing at The Old Globe through June 25th.
Video: The Cast of DESTINY OF DESIRE Performs 'El Destino del Deseo' in Rehearsal

An all new video has been released from rehearsal for Destiny of Desire at The Old Globe. Watch as the cast performs 'El Destino del Deseo' here!
Bianca Marroquín, Mandy Gonzalez & More to Star in DESTINY OF DESIRE at The Old Globe

The Old Globe has announced the full cast and creative team for Destiny of Desire - An Unapologetic Telenovela for the Stage. See who is starring and learn how to purchase tickets!
THE PLAY YOU WANT Extends Through June 19 at The Road Theatre

THE ROAD THEATRE COMPANY and Taylor Gilbert, Founder/Artistic Director together with Sam Anderson, Artistic Director, are thrilled to announce that the critically acclaimed, world premiere production of THE PLAY YOU WANT, written by Bernardo Cubría and directed by Michael John Garcés will have a three-week extension following its announced closing on April 24.
BWW Review: KISS MY AZTEC! at La Jolla Playhouse Isn't Afraid To Rewrite History

KISS MY AZTEC! is both a title and sassy reply in this revisionist musical tale about the Aztecs, and all those uninvited Spaniards that keep arriving and offers an entertaining, and energetic spoof on Latinx history now playing at The La Jolla Playhouse.
Berkeley Rep Extends KISS MY AZTEC

Due to demand, Berkeley Rep has announced that the world premiere musical of Kiss My Aztec! will extend for an additional week of performances. The high-energy show directed by Artistic Director Tony Taccone and co-written by Taccone and John Leguizamo was originally scheduled to close on July 14, but will now run through Sunday, July 21.
BWW Review: KISS MY AZTEC! at Berkeley Repertory Theatre is a Hilarious, Socially Hip Historical Romp Through the Aztec Empire

BWW Review: KISS MY AZTEC! at Berkeley Repertory Theatre is a Hilarious, Socially Hip Historical Romp Through the Aztec Empire
VIDEO: Get A First Look At John Leguizamo's Musical KISS MY AZTEC at Berkeley Rep

BroadwayWorld has a first look at Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Kiss My Aztec! Check out the video! John Leguizamo teams up with Artistic Director Tony Taccone for this musical comedy, following their collaboration on the hit one-man show Latin History for Morons, which received its world premiere at Berkeley Rep before heading to Broadway. Leguizamo will serve as co-writer and co-lyricist only for Kiss My Aztec! - 11 other talented actors will perform in this production. Taccone will also direct.
Review Roundup: What Did Critics Think of KISS MY AZTEC! at Berkeley Rep?

The world premiere of Kiss My Aztec! is currently running through July 14 at Berkeley Rep.
Photo Flash: Get A First Look At John Leguizamo's Musical KISS MY AZTEC at Berkeley Rep

BroadwayWorld has a first look at Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Kiss My Aztec! John Leguizamo teams up with Artistic Director Tony Taccone for this musical comedy, following their collaboration on the hit one-man show Latin History for Morons, which received its world premiere at Berkeley Rep before heading to Broadway. Leguizamo will serve as co-writer and co-lyricist only for Kiss My Aztec! - 11 other talented actors will perform in this production. Taccone will also direct.
Berkeley Rep Announces Full Cast For John Leguizamo's World Premiere Musical KISS MY AZTEC

Berkeley Repertory Theatre today announced the full cast for the world premiere of Kiss My Aztec! John Leguizamo teams up with Artistic Director Tony Taccone for this musical comedy, following their collaboration on the hit one-man show Latin History for Morons, which received its world premiere at Berkeley Rep before heading to Broadway. Leguizamo will serve as co-writer and co-lyricist only for Kiss My Aztec! - 11 other talented actors will perform in this production. Taccone will also direct.
Review: The Latino Theater Company Presents THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST as the Final Installment of Quiara Alegría Hudes' ELLIOT trilogy

The third and final play, THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST, is being presented by the Latino Theater Company, directed by Edward Torres with the heart and soul of Latino culture brought into crystal clear focus. Set to the joyful sounds of traditional Puerto Rican folk music beautifully played onstage by guitarist Nelson Gonzalez, HAPPIEST SONG chronicles a year in the life of two kindred souls as they search for love, meaning and a sense of hope in a quickly changing world. At the dawn of the Arab Spring in an ancient Jordanian town, Elliot, an Iraq War veteran (Peter Pasco), struggles to overcome the traumas of combat by taking on an entirely new and unexpected career: an action-film hero. At the same time, halfway around the world in a cozy North Philadelphia kitchen, his cousin, Yaz (Elisa Bocanegra), takes on a heroic new role of her own as the heart and soul of her crumbling community, providing hot meals and an open door for the needy.
Photo Flash: THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST Makes California Debut as Last Installment of 'Elliot' Trilogy

The search for redemption, humility and one's place in the world continues when the Latino Theater Company presents the final installment ofQuiara Alegria Hudes' acclaimed three-play "Elliot cycle." The long-awaited California premiere of The Happiest Song Plays Last, directed by Edward Torres, featuring live music by Grammy Award-winning tres guitar player Nelson Gonzalez, and starring Vaneh Assadourian; Elisa Bocanegra; Kamal Marayati; Peter Pasco; Al Rodrigo; and John Seda-Pitre, opens on Feb. 22 at The Los Angeles Theatre Center. Low-priced previews begin Feb. 17.
THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST Completes 'Elliot Trilogy' At The LATC

The search for redemption, humility and one's place in the world continues when the Latino Theater Company presents the final installment of Quiara Alegr a Hudes' acclaimed three-play Elliot cycle. The long-awaited California premiere of The Happiest Song Plays Last, directed by Edward Torres, featuring live music by Grammy Award-winning tres guitar player Nelson Gonz lez, and starring Vaneh Assadourian; Elisa Bocanegra; Kamal Marayati; Peter Pasco; Al Rodrigo; and John Seda-Pitre, opens on Feb. 22 at The Los Angeles Theatre Center. Low-priced previews begin Feb. 17.

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