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About the Author
Enrique began his career with Luis Valdez's El Teatro Campesino where he also worked with renowned English director Peter Brook and his theater company which included Academy Award winner Helen Mirren.
He was a co-founder the Latin music group, Flor Del Pueblo as vocalist, musician and composer and producer of their self titled album Flor del Publo. One of their songs "Soy Del Pueblo" is included in the Smithsonian Folkways CD Rolas de Azlan: Songs of the Chicano Movement.
Enrique's film debut was acting opposite Charles Bronson in "Borderline", and has worked with such notable directors as Tony Scott (Déjà Vu), Taylor Hackford (Blood In-Blood Out), Miguel Arteta (Enlightened), Stephen Frears (The Hi-Lo Country), Wim Wenders (The End of Violence), Gregory Nava (My Family & El Norte), Oliver Stone (Nixon), and Tim Burton (Mars Attacks).
As founding member of The Latino Theater Company in Los Angeles, Enrique performed in all company's productions and was a writer on "Stone Wedding" and the multi-award-winning "August 29".
He is the writer of the award winning Veteranos: A Legacy of Valor, a theater piece honoring the military contributions by Latinos in America's defense, which was recognized by the Hispanic Congressional Caucus.
Enrique has written three film scripts including Yo Solo (I Alone), The Cobra, Valley of The Dead, Deerdancer and the screen version of The Last Angry Brown Hat and Valley of The Dead