(written from a Production point of view)
Born in Chile 1957, Letelier earned a Masters Degree in Marine Affairs from the USC and two undergrad degrees from the American University in Washington DC. He is fluent in Spanish, English, French, and Danish and was photographed for several magazines, print-ads, and commercial campaigns. He hosted the Totalmente En Forma fitness show for ESPN.
His work on-screen includes the science fiction film Tron (1982, starring David Warner), the video documentary Muscle Motion (1983, along Roger Menache and Dennis Landry), Sylvester Stallone's drama Staying Alive (1983, with Kurtwood Smith), the comedy Going Berserk (1983, with Richard Libertini, Paul Dooley, Kurtwood Smith, John Paragon, Rosalind Chao, Jeff Imada, James Lew, and Elinor Donahue), the drama Perfect (1985, with Stefan Gierasch, Rosalind Allen, Ronnie Claire Edwards, and Roger Menache), and the music comedy Who's That Girl? (1987, with Bibi Besch, Cecile Callan, Ron Taylor, Mike Starr, Laura Drake, Roy Brocksmith, Faith Minton, Darwyn Carson, and Lloyd Kino).
Further appearances includes episodes of Sisters (1991, with Elizabeth Hoffman and Raymond Singer), Women: Stories of Passion (1997), Murder, She Wrote, General Hospital, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Pacific Blue, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (starring Teri Hatcher and K Callan), Nightingales (starring Roxann Dawson), Sunset Beach, and Veronica's Closet (starring Kirstie Alley and Wallace Langham).
Film credits include the action thriller Day of the Warrior (1996), the action film L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach (1998), and more recently the action film First Strike (2008) and the comedy Swishbucklers (2009).