Rodrigo Lloreda is a Puerto Rican actor best known for his work on USA Network's "Queen of the South", Larry Clark's Rome Film Festival Best Picture winner, "Marfa Girl", "Last Girl Standing", "Sister Aimee", and major motion picture "Vampires Suck!".
Rodrigo is a bilingual and multi-discipline performer. Raised in the live music capital of the world Austin, Texas, Rodrigo was a professional guitarist before pursuing a career in film. Rodrigo studied music, theatre, and dance at Oklahoma City University. After college, he toured both domestically and internationally as a dancer in "Sesame Street Live!", returning to the United States and beginning a career in television and film in 2008.