|Alfonso Rodríguez Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||January 5, 1957|
Alfonso Rodríguez is a Dominican director, producer, writer, actor, and politician. He has worked on projects like Luis, En altamar, Morir soñando, Pulso, El encuentro, Ponchao, Locas y atrapadas, Mi angelito favorito, Lotoman 2.0, Noche de circo, Ladrones, Pimp Bullies, Jaque mate, Al fin y al cabo, Trópico, Playball, La soga, La fiesta del Chivo, Yuniol 2, Tráfico de niños, Un macho de mujer, Lotoman, Cadena Braga, and Feo de día, lindo de noche.
Ciudad Trujillo (Santo Domingo), Dominican Republic
Alfonso Rodríguez attended Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD). He then studied TV and films production in the University of California, Irvine in 1979.
Director, Producer, Writer, Actor, Politician
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
77 kg or 170 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Alfonso Rodríguez has dated –
- Elizabeth Ruiz – He was previously married to Elizabeth Ruiz. The duo separated in 2012.
- Victoria Fernández (2012 or 2013-Present) – Alfonso Rodríguez and Victoria Fernández are married.
Note – He has 3 daughters – Kiali Rodríguez, Amín Rodríguez, and Carmen Rodríguez.
Race / Ethnicity
Salt and Pepper
Alfonso Rodríguez Facts
- In 1988, he made his feature film debut with the drama film Tráfico de niños.
- After formally announcing his aspirations for his country’s presidency for the period 2020-2024, Alfonso Rodríguez stated, “I have been thinking about this for many years and for three years I have been talking with many people about this project, which I have called the Democratic Revolution”.
- Alfonso Rodríguez maintained that he would continue to pursue his profession as a producer and film director because he was not going to live off politics. He said, “I’m never going to abandon my job and my profession as a filmmaker, because I do not enter politics to live on it. I’m going to continue making films, in fact, on September 6 I start with my next movie.” He also added that “because politics also requires a lot of time, maybe my work will be a little bit worse, but I will never leave it abandoned.”
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