Kevin is represented by TalentWorks and Main Title Entertainment.
Kevin began a scholarship fund that he named after his drama instructor and idol, Jerry P. Worsham.
Under the direction of Michael Bloom in 1999, Kevin originated a character in a lost Tenessee Williams play.
To pursue acting, Kevin sold everything he had and moved to Hollywood.
Kevin is of Mexican descent.
Kevin began the Jerry P. Worsham Scholarship Fund with best friend, Stephen Monroe Taylor. This helps underprivileged theater students go to college.
Kevin's parents are Dora Alejandro Hernandez and Tomas Hernandez.
Kevin went to college at the University of Texas in Austin.
Kevin is 6'.
Kevin is an amateur guitar player.
Kevin is married. His wife's name is Leslie. The couple has one child.
Kevin has two younger sisters, Tanya Hernandez and Kimberly McGraw.
Kevin was raised as a Christian.
Kevin Alejandro: I would like people to say, "That guy, he was in everything." Not necessarily remember my name, just remember that. I like to be the chameleon actor. I really like that.
Kevin Alejandro: I love the theater because of the instant reaction. Whatever kind of audience you have at that moment is what affects your show. You always have a different show, according to your audience, and I love that live interaction.
Kevin Alejandro: (About "Drive") [My character] drives a 69 Impala. It's gold with skulls and roses inside. It's pretty phat. I love it.
Kevin Alejandro: (About his character on "Drive") I'm a good thief. That's why I'm in [the race]. I want the money.
Kevin Alejandro: (About Drive) I think every character is chosen for some particular reason. We all have our different strategies. We're all good at something. We all have a definite impact on whatever is going to happen with the outcome.
Kevin Alejandro: (About "Drive") I'm in it for the ride. These guys [producers and writers] are so great with creating situations and scenarios and conflict that I'm just an audience member as well.
Kevin Alejandro: (About doing his own stunt driving on "Drive") I would love to be able to do that. I think it'd be fantastic! But I don't think it'll ever happen.
Kevin Alejandro: (About "Drive") High action. High drama. Fantastic!
Kevin Alejandro: (About "Drive") My character's name is Winston Salazar. When you meet him, he's just recently been released from prison for stealing cars. He's sort of a magician with vehicles. He makes them disappear.