Comic/Writer/Actor/Producer and Cool Dude
With two 1hour specials, Red-Nexican & ALMA Award-winning Hick-Spanic that aired on Showtime, Comedy Central & NETFLIX; Reymundo appeals to all demographics.
Three words describe him best … FUNNY as HELL.
Alex and Ron White own & operate Number JUAN Tequila, a small batch, handcrafted, award-winning Tequila
Alex’s exposure to LIVE standup began in Arlington, TX in 1988. Reymundo proudly boasts about serving Ron White Tequila & a Budweiser right before he hit the stage on Tatersalad’s amateur comedy debut. The two Texas comics emerged & traveled the nation together for the first few years of their early careers.
Five years of road gigging throughout the mid-west led Alex to Los Angeles where he discovered an exploding Latino comedy scene. It wasn’t long before Alex was touring with Paul Rodriguez. The timing was right, Alex emerged hit the national scene on Paramount Picture’s “The Original Latin Kings of Comedy” alongside Paul Rodriguez, Cheech Marin, George Lopez & Joey Medina.
Reymundo showcased on HBO on P. Diddy’s “Bad Boy’s of Comedy”.
Over the next few years, Alex premiered his two 1hour comedy specials Hick-Spanic & Red-Nexican.
Reymundo was seen by 6 million viewers on CMT (2011) with Ron White’s Salute to the Troops.
Alex played as Producer & Host on “The Payaso Comedy Slam” (Showtime & Comedy Central) & “The Latin Diva’s of Comedy” (Showtime).
Reymundo used his producer skills to launch & CEO Premium Tequila label, “Number JUAN Tequila” that he co-owns with Ron White.
The twenty-five-year standup has widened his skills in 3 films, “Permanent Vacation”, “The Movement” & “El Matador” has done voice-over work for many companies as well as Disney’s animated “Cars”. Alex has performed on the deck of the USS Roosevelt at sea and soared with legendary Blue Angels. Reymundo was born in Acapulco Mexico, raised in Ft. Worth, Texas, and now resides in the Blue Grass state of Kentucky.
As of recent Reymundo can be seen across the nation touring Alone or with O’l friend & Blue Collar’s Bad Boy Ron White.