Born in Acapulco, Mexico, Alex Reymundo is a Mexican-American comedian and actor coming from a numerous family. He is now married and has two children: a boy and a girl. Alex first started performing stand-up comedy at the Funnybone Comedy Club in Arlington, Texas but the success came easily and now is one of the most loved Latino comedians.
Alex Reymundo and his family moved to the United States and settled in Dallas at the age of two with his parents, four siblings, little money and without knowing the language. His hard life was a lesson about overcoming the difficulties with the combination of hard work and the right attitude. Alex carries these values to heart on every project he becomes a part of, and in turn creates a sense of comfort for those who surround him.
Growing up with a large family, Alex was always performing. He and his siblings would do sketches for the rest of the family that were influenced by what they watched on TV, scenes from The Carol Burnett Show to Gilligan's Island. He is always enjoying the love and support of his family, especially of his parents.
Alex has just moved from Kentucky to live in Los Angeles with his wife, two kids, four horses, three dogs, a cat and a goat. An avid sportsman and fan, Alex enjoys skiing, scuba diving, riding horses and of course, watching the Dallas Cowboys.
Alex Reymundo's first real stand-up comedy bit was at the Funnybone Comedy Club in Arlington, Texas. Success came quickly as Alex began playing comedy clubs in the Midwest.
In his first year of stand-up, Alex was a finalist in Univision's "International Star Search." Soon after, Alex was a finalist in the Vail National Comedy competition as well as the "Funniest Latino in America" contest.
Alex arrived in Los Angeles and soon caught the attention of comedy legend Paul Rodriguez and they begun working on shows all around the country. Together, they embarked on five national comedy tours, performing in arenas to audiences ranging from two-thousand to fifteen thousand attendees. These tours sometimes included performers George Lopez and Cheech Marin. Eventually, this evolved into the "The Original Latin Kings of Comedy." The show was filmed for Showtime premiering on September 15th, 2003 becoming a big success. A DVD was released on October 7th of 2003 and in less than a year has sold nearly on million copies. Alex continued to play clubs around the country.
In 2001, he wrote, produced and recorded his own comedy CD, "Stop Me When I Lie." Alex made himself known by appearing on comedy shows on HBO, Showtime, A&E, Comedy Central, Telemundo and Univision. Film credits include, "El Matador"(2003), "The Movement." (2002) and “Permanent Vacation” (2007)
More recently, Alex has appeared on Fox Sports Net's "The Sport's List” Country Music Television and he is a voice in “Cars” video game. He also performed on P Diddy's -"Bad Boy's of Comedy," a project that will air on Showtime in the near future. Alex being a bilingual performer has enabled him to work on projects for many corporations, associations and products.
Alex Reymundo’s most notorious stand-up comedy concerts are without any doubt “Hick-Spanic:Live in Albuquerque” (2007) and “Red Nexican” (2010).
Alex delivers the punch at every turn leaving the audience with only one conclusion: there is a new Latin breed of comedy in town and it is Alex Reymundo.