Welcome to Néstor Carbonell Central the official fansite for actor: Néstor Carbonell. You may remember him from his role as Luis Rivera in Suddenly Susan, as the ageless & enigmatic Richard Alpert in Lost, or as stoic Sheriff, Alex Romero in Bates Motel. Other roles include the Dark Knight Trilogy, as well as numerous voice acting credits. In addition to acting he has stepped behind the camera to direct, produce, and screen write. Néstor currently co-stars in The Morning Show as Yanko Flores.


The Best Roles The Cast Of Lost Has Landed Since The Show Ended

The Best Roles The Cast Of Lost Has Landed Since The Show Ended

  |   Written by Margaret David

Full Article From Slash Film

When “Lost” first aired in 2004, it quickly became the TV topic of choice at the watercooler for the next several years. We were invested in the lives of these crash survivors, and eager to understand the mysteries of the island they’d landed on. Jack, Kate, Hurley, and dozens more became our friends; we mourned their losses and feared for their lives during their clashes with Ben Linus and his Others.

Years later, debates about the quality of the final episodes of “Lost” can still get heated. But rather than focus on whether or not the show stuck the landing (it didn’t, but what a great ride), let’s enjoy seeing where our old buddies have turned up since. While no actor should be defined by a single character, it’s often interesting to compare their roles to see how the actor’s approach has changed. Have they gotten away from their big, signature role? Have they embraced it? Let’s take a look at the “Lost” cast and talk about the best things they’ve done since leaving that weird island.

Nestor Carbonell — Bates Motel’s Sheriff Romero

Richard Alpert was a man of many secrets, and it wasn’t until late into “Lost” that we found out who this ageless figure really was. Made quasi-immortal by Jacob, Richard, formerly a Spanish slave from the Black Rock, became the loyal spiritual leader of the Others.

Nestor Carbonell imbued Alpert with a stoic moral center that gradually crumbled when conflict arrived. It’s similar to what Carbonell brought to “Bates Motel” as the equally moralistic and shattered Sheriff Alex Romero. In this loose adaptation of “Psycho,” Romero replaces the film’s original abusive stepfather and plays hero for most of the series. But Romero can’t hold it together when Norman tries to take responsibility for his crimes. Carbonell isn’t much like Alpert by the end, but the role is a good, meaty one that highlights his gifts. For Carbonell, it’s been a long road since Batmanuel, but a great one.

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Upcoming Projects & Events

The Morning Show … as Yanko Flores (Release: 9/13/23)
Clawfoot … as Evan (Release: October 14, 2023)
Shogun … as Rodrigues (Release: 2024)
The Image of You … as David (Release: TBA)
Triggered … as Pablo/Writer & Director (Release: TBA)

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Inclusion Matters

International non-profit fostering a bias-free world for children with disabilities through the creation of inclusive playgrounds and educational programs.

Wounded Warrior Project

Honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses, or wound, co-incident to military service on or after September 11, 2001.

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Site Name: Néstor Carbonell Central
Owner: Renee
Opened: December 1, 2020
Merged With Nestor Carbonell Fans: July 2021