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Alex Fernandez (actor)

 

Alex Fernandez (actor)

Alex Fernandez
Born (1967-07-22) July 22, 1967 (age 47)
Miami, Florida, United States

Alex Fernandez (born July 22, 1967) is an American actor from Miami, Florida, known primarily for his work on television, most notably as National Security Advisor Anthony Prado on Commander in Chief and Rafael "Rafi" Alvarez on Without a Trace, as well as guest appearances on such series as House, The Closer, NCIS: Los Angeles, Army Wives, Prison Break, CSI: Miami, Cold Case, Heroes, The West Wing, and The Shield, among many others. He is also noted for his voiceover work in video games, especially as antagonist Maester Seymour Guado in Final Fantasy X, Mangus in Brütal Legend, Carlito Keyes in Dead Rising, and as Uka Uka in Crash Twinsanity, taking over the role from The Shawshank Redemption actor Clancy Brown. He was also the original voice of The Chief in the classic game Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?. He has also had roles in other video games, including Saints Row and Saints Row 2, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, Quantum of Solace, Splinter Cell: Double Agent, and Mercenaries 2: World in Flames. He has also voiced numerous characters in animation, including the films Tekkonkinkreet, Vampire Hunter D[1] and The Animatrix, and the series Family Guy, American Dad, Spawn, Petshop of Horrors, and Ninja Scroll: The Series.

He appeared in Body of Proof episode "Hunting Party".

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Official Alex Fernandez Website


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