Alfredo Huereca (born on October 17 in Saltillo, Mexico) is an Mexican cinematographer and actor who appeared in films such as Blank Check and Dust to Dust. He provide the voice of Cartel leader Martin Madrazo in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. He has appeared in TV shows such as NBC’s third season “The Blacklist”, Univision’s “Ruta 35”, “Cosita Linda”, “Voltea Pa Que Te Enamores”, Telemundo’s “Eva La Trailera”, shows like “Deadline”, “Witness to the Execution”, “Wonderland” and “Cosby” and the web-series ¡Madre Mía! He is an actor, director and producer living in New York City.

In Miami, Alfredo Huereca has produced and starred in “Solo” (Bridge Playhouse) and “Cadena Perpetua” (Bridge Playhouse), a play he wrote and directed as well, which later he adapted to the big screen. “Cadena Perpetua” (“Life Sentence”), the short film, has been selected for exhibition at the Festival of Cannes, France, in May 2016.

Alfredo Huereca graduated from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Monterrey, Mexico, in 1990 where he studied Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. He obtained an MFA from UT, Austin (1995) and a Masters in Science in Educational Supervision from Baruch School of Public Affairs, New York, NY (2005).

Alfredo Huereca most recently appeared at the Two River Theatre in Red Bank, NJ in the world premiere of “Guadalupe in the Guestroom” and at the Goodman Theater in the world premiere of “Chicago Boys” during the 2011/2012 Season. His New York credits include “Cayendo con Victoriano”, producer and lead actor, with World View Productions (HOLA and Latin-ACE Awards for Best Actor); “Muerte súbita”, producer and lead actor with Bridge Playhouse, (Latin-ACE Best Actor); “Caprichos” and “La Cena” at IATI (New York Latin ACE Award for Best Actor and Best Ensemble); “One Hour Without Television: at the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre; “Blood Wedding”, “Life is a Dream”, “Mojiganga”, “Innocent Erendira” and “Dominican Serenade” at Repertorio Español; “Papa” at Lincoln Center Theater; “Death of the Mind” at HERE Arts Center and “Venus of Lespegue” at Tribeca Performing Arts Center. Regional credits include “Kiss of the Spider Woman” at the Alliance Theatre; “Magical Mystery Mal”l at Hyde Park Theatre (Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Nominee); “Birth and After Birth” at Capital City Playhouse; “Johnny on a Spot” at Different Stages Theater Company; “Macbeth” with Black Wolf Productions and “The Learned Ladies”, “West Side Story” and “Yerma” at the University of Texas at Austin. International credits include “The Knight of Olmedo”, “The Miracle Worker”, “Candide”, “The Pushcart Peddlers” and “Hotel Savoy’s Dandy”.