Alex was born in Sheffield. He went to Marlborough College, Cambridge University, where he read English, and trained at LAMDA. On television, he has appeared in many popular TV shows including New Tricks, Midsomer Murders, Silent Witness and Inspector Lynley. He has also appeared in a number of major one-off television dramas, including Tom Hooper's Golden Globe winning film 'Longford' (opposite Jim Broadbent), Debbie Tucker Green's BAFTA winning film 'Random', Pinochet in Suburbia (opposite Michael Maloney) and Prime Suspect: The Final Act (opposite Helen Mirren). On film he has featured in 'Amazing Grace', 'Keeping Mum' and 'Chatroom'. Alex has also appeared on some of the UK's major stages including Shakespeare's Globe, The Menier Chocolate Factory and The Finborough in London, the Crucible in Sheffield, the Playhouse in Liverpool and the Theatre Royal in Bath. Between his professional commitments, Alex works on a variety of youth outreach projects using the skills and experience he has acquired as an actor to build self-confidence, empathy and trust in groups of young people from backgrounds less advantaged than the one in which he grew up.
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|Sodnica||April 4, 2019|