Alejandro J. Garcia is an American producer. He was executive producer for Legendary Pictures' Godzilla alongside Yoshimitsu Banno, Patricia Whitcher, and Kenji Okuhira and producer for Kong: Skull Island, Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Godzilla vs. Kong alongside Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Mary Parent, Brian Rogers and Eric McLeod.
ALEX GARCIA (Executive Producer) is Executive Vice President at Legendary Entertainment, where he is currently overseeing several projects on the company’s slate. In addition to shepherding “Godzilla” from its inception, he is executive producer on Michael Mann’s upcoming thriller starring Chris Hemsworth, Wang Leehom, and Viola Davis. He is also overseeing development on “Mass Effect,” Legendary’s adaptation of the popular BioWare / EA game series; and “Hot Wheels,” which brings the universe of the classic Mattel brand to the big screen.
Since joining Legendary in 2009, Garcia co-produced the company’s global blockbuster “300: Rise of an Empire,” and executive produced “Jack the Giant Slayer,” from director Bryan Singer.
Prior to his work with Legendary, Garcia ran Singer’s Bad Hat Harry Productions, where he worked closely with the filmmaker on his directorial efforts, including the acclaimed World War II thriller “Valkyrie,” starring Tom Cruise. Additionally, he served as executive in charge of production on the first three seasons of Fox and NBC Universal’s hugely successful TV series “House, M.D,” and as co-executive producer of the hit 2005 Syfy Channel miniseries “The Triangle,” overseeing production on location in South Africa. Also under the Bad Hat Harry banner, Garcia executive produced Michael Dougherty’s 2007 cult horror film “Trick ‘R Treat.”
Garcia is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s school of Cinematic Arts.