Aldrin Enriquez is an American actor who was born in Manila, Philippines. He has participated in several films and television shows, as well as commercials. Aldrin is featured in the short film "Delikadesa" where he plays the conforming father Bert, who tries to do things the right way even if it compromises his own future and family. He also plays Tito Ben, the cool and unassuming uncle in the coming-of-age indie short film called "Manhood". His character transforms into the essential father figure in a fatherless teenager's life.

At a very young age, he was influenced by his grandfather who encouraged all his grandchildren to perform on his stage or "teatro" at home every Christmas. As a teenager, he was involved in sports, particularly basketball, and participated in school leagues. As a young adult, he worked for a few years as a production assistant for a print ad and celebrity photographer while majoring in business and marketing in college.

Aldrin currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, Cindy Sacramento-Enriquez, a web and marketing consultant in Silicon Valley. He loves to travel to new destinations, explore all kinds of events, try different kinds of food, and meet new people from all walks of life. He also believes in helping his community by volunteering for different causes, and donating to his favorite charities.

His fondest memory was when his mom told him the story of how he was named after the astronaut Buzz Aldrin (one of the first men to walk on the moon). He finally met his long time hero at the 2010 LA Times Festival of Books.