Who is Alejandro Speitzer?

Alejandro Sánchez Speitzer was born on 31 May 1995 under the zodiac sign of Gemini, in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. He’s a 26-year-old actor and producer, probably best recognized for landing the role of Diego Duprís Landa in Televisa’s telenovela “Hoping Heart” (2011-2012), playing Luis Martínez in Telemundo’s telenovela “Bajo El Mismo Cielo” (2015-2016), and featuring as Pablo in the Netflix crime drama series “The Club” (2019).

How rich is he, as of now? Alejandro Speitzer Net Worth

As of late-2021, Alejandro Speitzer’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, earned through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry. He’s worked on nearly 30 television and film titles since he launched his career back in 2000.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background

Alejandro Speitzer spent his early years in his hometown of Culiacán, where he was raised by his parents; however, their names and professions aren’t revealed. He has a brother named Carlos Speitzer, who is also an actor, known for his work on “Verano De Amor”, “Simon Says”, and “Fuego Ardiente”. Alejandro holds Mexican nationality and belongs to the Hispanic ethnic group. There is nopublic information revealed about his education.

Career Beginnings

Alejandro Speitzer started his acting career as a child actor in 2000 at the age of five, when he made his debut appearance in the main role of Juan de Luz ‘Rayito’ in the Mexican telenovela “Ray Of Light”, for which he garnered critical acclaim, which led him to win more major roles.

In 2001, he became a regular cast member with his portrayal of Ernesto ‘Neto’ del Huerto in the telenovela “Adventures In Time”, produced by Rosy Ocampo for Televisa.

Between 2001 and 2005, he landed various roles in the Canal de las Estrellas anthology telenovela “Mujer, Casos De La Vida Real”, created and presented by Silvia Pinal. Concurrently with filming it, Alejandro continued to work on other projects, and in 2002, he made a significant appearance as Felipe ‘Pipe’ Olmos in the Mexican children’s-teen telenovela “Cómplices Al Rescate”, in which he shared the screen with Laura Flores, Belinda, and Francisco Gattorno. It was followed by his guest-starring roles in such TV series as “La Familia P. Luche” (2002), “Amy, The Girl With The Blue Schoolbag” and “Misión S.O.S. Aventura Y Amor” both in 2004.

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Rise to Fame

From 2008 to 2012, Alejandro Speitzer booked various roles in the Mexican anthology drama TV series “La Rosa De Guadalupe”, aired on the channel Las Estrellas. He then featured as Raymundo Rincón Peña in the teen telenovela “Atrévete A Soñar” (2009), the adaptation of the Argentine telenovela “Paitito Feo”, and which became a big hit in Mexico. His next major role came in 2011 when he joined the cast of the telenovela “Hoping Heart”, in which he starred as Diego Duprís Landa until its finale in 2012, appearing in more than 140 episodes. The series led him to be nominated for Best Young Lead Actor at the 30th TVyNovelas Awards in 2012.

He then won the award for his portrayal of Sebastián Sánchez Bretón in the Canal de las Estrellas telenovela “Mentir Para Vivir” (2013), next to Mayrín Villanueva and David Zepeda.

At the time, he also appeared in various roles in several episodes of the anthology drama TV series “Como Dice El Dicho” (2011-2014), after which he played Luis Martínez in the American telenovela “Under The Same Sky” (2015-2016), created by Perla Farías for Telemundo; for his performance in the latter, he won a Your World Award for Favorite Supporting Actor.

Continued Success

In 2016, Alejandro joined the cast of the American telenovela “Lady Of Steel”, in which he took the part of Juan Pablo Franco for the next two years. The series is about a young woman who became one of the most powerful drug dealers in Mexico. Parallel with that, he booked the role of Nicolás Zabala in another American telenovela, entitled “Guerra De Ídolos”, aired on Telemundo in 2017.

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During the same year, he made his feature film debut as Brayan Rodríguez in the Mexican comedy film “Me Gusta, Pero Me Asusta”, for which he also served as an executive producer. It was followed by his appearance as Mario in the Goya Award-winning comedy-drama film “Champions” (2018), directed by Javier Fesser, and which was a major commercial success, becoming the highest-grossing Spanish language film of the year. From 2018 to 2020, Alejandro was cast as Luis Rendón ‘El Berebere’ in the telenovela “Enemigo Íntimo”, produced by Telemundo, alongside Fernanda Castillo and Raúl Méndez.

Further Work and Upcoming Projects

In 2019, Alejandro Speitzer was chosen to appear in the main role of Ray Dávila in the second season of the highly popular Telemundo telenovela “La Reina Del Sur”, which is based on the novel of the same title written by Spanish author Arturo Pérez-Reverte. Later that year, he took the main role of Pablo Caballero, sharing the screen with Jorge Caballero and Minnie West in the Mexican crime drama streaming TV series “The Club”, aired on Netflix, and which follows the lives of several rich young people who became involved in drug trafficking. He then played Gabino in the Spanish-Mexican thriller streaming TV series “Someone Has To Die” (2020), also released on Netflix.

Since 2020, he’s portrayed Darío Guerra in another Netflix thriller drama series entitled “Dark Desire”, next to Maite Perroni and Erik Hayser. Speaking about his upcoming projects, it is announced that Alejandro will reprise the role of Brayan in the romantic comedy “Me Encanta Pero Me Espanta”, a sequel to “Me Gusta, Pero Me Asusta”, and will play Carillo in the Western Amazon Original series “La Cabeza De Joaquín Murrieta”.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Alejandro Speitzer has short dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft 1ins (1.85m), while his weight is around 163lbs (74kgs). Information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life

Alejandro Speitzer was romantically involved with Mexican actress Samadhi Zendejas in the late 2000s and early 2010s; their romance lasted for four years. He went on to date Mexican actress and producer Minnie West from 2014 to 2019, and in the summer of 2019, he sparked rumors regarding his sexuality, since he shared a photo of himself kissing actor Erick Elias with the caption “Amor es Amor”; however, it was later cleared that the photo was a scene for their play “Straight”. Recently, he was in a relationship with famous Spanish actress Ester Expósito, but it appears that he is single at the moment. His residence is still in Mexico.

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