Alfredo Trueba is a Film, Television, Voice Over, and Commercial Actor based in Mexico City and now Los Angeles.
He's appeared in films such as Liberty Falls, Absolute Vow, and the award winning short Rico San Marco, television shows for Investigation Discovery, the Travel Channel, and TV Azteca / TNT, as well as national commercials for Boost Mobile and KFC México.
Born and raised in Mexico, Alfredo graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (cum laude with honors in Theatre), where he studied Acting at the Experimental Theater Wing and Stonestreet Studios Film and TV Conservatory.
Notable teachers have included:
Future, Current, and Past Work
Some behind the scenes footage of the camera monitor on set of Paid for in Blood by Jorik Feskens // Interpretando a “Chris” en el set de Paid for in Blood por Jorik Feskens
Featured dancing in the upcoming “Day Drunk” Music Video by Morgan Evans! // Veanme bailar en el video musical de Morgan Evans, “Day Drunk” muy pronto!
Watch me in the ad here or read about the ad campaign as it is gaining traction towards the 2018 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity // Ve el anuncio aqui o lee acerca de la campaña publicitaria mientraz gana traccion hacia el 2018 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
From a monitor on set of the shoot for Buzzfeed Mexico and Fresca, playing “Pepe” the brother-in-law // Desde un monitor de video en el shoot para Buzzfeed y Fresca, haciendo el papel de “Pepe el cuñado”
Played the leading character of “Robert ‘Carl’ Paiva” in Season 2 of Investigation Discovery's Betrayed, “Motel Hell” Episode // Interprete al personaje principal de “Robert ‘Carl’ Paiva” en la segunda temporada de Betrayed, del canal Investigation Discovery, episodio “Motel Hell”
Playing “Rubén” in, “El Prestigio”, a film by Colombian director Juan Diego Orjuela Medina, shot in Mexico' City’s Desierto de los Leones // Interpretando a “Rubén” en “El Prestigio”, una película del director Colombiano Juan Diego Orjuela Medina, grabado en el Desierto de los Leones de la Ciudad de México
3 National Spots for Boost Mobile’s Hispanic Market are on the air! Watch some of them now here: Commercial 1 and Commercial 2 // 3 Anuncios Nacionales de Boost Mobile estan circulando el mercado Hispano de Estados Unidos! Ve uno de los comerciales aqui: Commercial 1 y Commercial 2
*UPDATE: Now the award winning short film, “Rico San Marco”, as IndieFest’s Award of Merit in three categories including Short Film, Latin and Hispanic, and Children’s Film/Family Programming. Official Selection for numerous other festivals including the Fourth Annual Official Latino Film and Arts Festival presented by the City of Coachella, the San Diego International Kid’s Film Festival, Los Angeles CineFest, and the Lift-Off Global Network Festival in Paris.
Will be performing "Road Trip" by Katherine Vondy, directed by Miranda Stewart at ArtNight Pasadena.
Just finished Improv 301 at Upright Citizens Brigade! UCB teachers I’ve studied under now include Melissa Strickland, Corey Brown and Brain Finkelstein, as well as Rosemary Quinn and Kevin Kulke during my time at NYU Tisch’s Experimental Theatre Wing.
Played the character of "Established" in the exciting new play Mercy Station by Abby Fenbert, as part of the Vagrancy's Blossoming: A New Play Reading Series.
Excited to be playing Ryan in this new play written by Jacob Levy for NYU-Tisch StageWorks!
Directed by: Erin Ortman
For tickets click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/playground-tickets-23927960173
Starring as "Sergio" in this short written and directed by Nathaniel Nelson.
Update: Pictured above doing ADR work for the film in April 2016.
Just wrapped my principal role in Bane Fakih's Aesthetics of the Human Conditios, a Colombia MFA Film! Lot's of make-up for this one...
Playing "The Boyfriend" in Anna Bianco's Claw.
Opening of NYU Tisch School of the Arts Experimental Theater Wing's The Serpent.
Still of me as the Beast in Disney's tale as old as time at the Ángeles Espinosa Yglesias Fine Arts Center.
Honored to perform a monologue from Romeo and Juliet at the Inaugural Gala Performance at the Ángeles Espinosa Yglesias Fine Arts Center.