Alfonso Herrera Rodríguez (Spanish pronunciation: [alˈfonso eˈreɾa]) is a Mexican actor and former singer.Born in Mexico City, Herrera made his television debut in Clase 406 in 2002. In the same year, his made cine debut in Amar te duele and won a MTV Movie Awards Mexico. In 2004, he achieved international stardom playing the protagonist Miguel Arango in the Mexican soap opera Rebelde, project where the band RBD (2004–09) was also created, being nominated twice to the Latin Grammy Award and sold more than 10 million albums. In 2009, he starred in the Venezuelan film Venezzia, the Mexican series Mujeres Asesinas and the Mexican soap opera Camaleones.In 2014, Herrera played the lead role in the political satire comedy film The Perfect Dictatorship. From 2015 to 2018, he participated in the American drama series Sense8 on Netflix. He played Father Tomas on the American horror series The Exorcist (2016–17). He co-starred in the American drama series Queen of the South (2018–19). Herrera portrayed Ignacio de la Torre y Mier in Dance of the 41 (2020) and received acclaim for his performance, winning the Ariel Award for Best Actor.