Meet TV/Radio’s Alexander Rodriguez, the love child of  Joan Rivers, Johnny Carson, and Judy Garland.  A true renaissance man, he wouldn’t be caught dead without his vintage clothing, colorful jackets, fabulous shoes, and a cocktail (or two) in hand.

Alexander’s sense of humor shines through in his cabaret shows (when he can remember the words), daily life, and his nationally syndicated, filmed podcast show “On the Rocks with Alexander: Where Celebrities & Cocktails Mix”   He chats with big-name guests from classic to current Hollywood, reality TV, pop culture and music, meshing celebs from all walks of life to draw together a truly diverse listener base regardless of age, orientation or gender.  Viewers never know who they are going to find rubbing elbows on this non-stop laugh-fest that talks about everything entertainment; after a few drinks you see celebs in a different light, answering questions not usually asked.​ Academy, Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Award winners – he’s drunk with them all.

Alexander is also the lead writer for Metrosource (National) Magazine and GED Magazine, as well as a contributor for where you can find his movie reviews, movie news, celeb interviews, and overall take on Hollywood…of course in his signature style. ​

He has won numerous singing awards and performed at Segerstrom Center for the Arts with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. He’s played Charlie Brown at the Roxy in Hollywood to critical acclaim, performed at the Green Hills Memorial Park for over 5,000 guests for the 4th of July Celebration, hosted National MS Society’s “Sky’s the Limit” event, and performed at Upright Citizen’s Brigade’s Inner Sanctum, ESpot, Don’t Tell Mama in LA and NY, Rage Nightclub, and Rockwell Table & Stage. Alexander has also served as MC for Palm Springs Pride, Santa Monica Pride, Out at the Fair New Mexico State Fair, Downtown LA Proud Out, Out at the Fair San Diego, Cathedral City Pride, Laguna Beach Pride, Long Beach Pride Overboard, and Vanderpump World Dog Day.  Alexander was listed as runner-up for LA Blade’s Best of LA as TV Personality (losing to James Corden, arrgggh) and served as Media Grand Marshal for Palm Springs Pride 2019.

Alexander also served as co-host for LATV’s Glitterbomb – the first-ever national LATINX LGBT television programming.