Alejandro Edda is a Mexican actor, born May 17, 1984 in Puebla, Mexico.
Alejandro Edda was born in Puebla, Mexico in 1984. After high school, he studied arts at the Russian Conservatory in Mexico City. At the end of his last year, he goes to join his mother in San Francisco in the United States to pursue an acting career.
He then moved to Los Angeles and studied at the Meisner Acting Studio, finishing among the top five students in his class.
After a series of short films, Alejandro Edda joined in 2013 the cast of the television series The Bridge, the time of eight episodes. The actor continues his American breakthrough playing the supporting roles in other series such as Fear the Walking Dead and L'Arme Fatale.
In 2017, he is part of the prestigious cast of Barry Seal's film: American Traffic by Doug Liman. In this thriller, he plays the role of Jorge Ochoa, a narcotrafiling founding member of the Medellín Cartel, alongside star Tom Cruise. This film marks its first success at the box office.
In 2018, he will be seen alongside Catherine Zeta-Jones for the biopic Cocaine Godmother on the baron of drugs Griselda Blanco.