3 year BA (hons) Acting at
Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts
1 year Foundation at the London Drama School
Represented by Mac & Jeal
BASSC - Rapier & Dagger, Unarmed (Pass)
UKA 19th and 20th Century Dance (Gold)
Full clean driving license & valid passport
Dual citizen (British/Indian)
Stage experience with axe, sword & shield
Moderate puppetry & mask experience
Extensive stage movement experience
Stage experience in clowning
Highly Skilled: Football, Skiing
Skilled: Tennis, Squash, Table-tennis, Rugby, Cricket, Basketball, Snooker, Swimming, Scuba
UK - RP (native), Heightened RP, London, Cockney
American - General, Southern
International - S. African, French, German, Swiss, Eastern European, Russian
Extensive fringe theatre experience
Extensive repertory theatre experience
Moderate touring experience
(Ed Fringe '14 & '17, Brighton Fringe '16)
Moderate filming experience (short films)
Moderate production experience
Offie Nomination - Male in supporting role
Alex joined repertory theatre company Arrows & Traps in 2015.
Originally specialising in Shakespeare before moving on to adaptations of classic texts and new writing, Arrows and Traps have produced 5 star shows in fringe venues across London.
Alex has worked with A&T on nine occasions, first in "Titus Andronicus", then "Macbeth", "The Gospel According to Philip" and finally in their rep season with "Othello" and "Twelfth Night" performed on alternate nights.
After over a year away from the company Alex returned to Arrows & Traps to play Willi Graf in their World War II drama "The White Rose: The Story of Sophie Scholl" which opened to critical and public acclaim, receiving an Offie nomination (Off West End Theatre Awards) for best production.
Alex then played Dr. Jack Seward in Arrows and Traps' new adaptation of "Dracula" for which he received his first personal Offie nomination for "male in a supporting role".
In Arrows & Traps "Female Firsts" repertory season they chose to run two plays on alternating nights. "Taro" recounted the tragic but inspiring life of Jewish refugee turned war photographer Gerda Taro and "Gentleman Jack" presented the story of Britain's first modern lesbian, the 19th century industrialist Anne Lister via her recently decoded diaries.
In "Taro" Alex played David "Chim" Seymour; a fellow refugee and friend to Gerda and a talented photographer in his own right. And in "Gentleman Jack" Alex played John Lister; a descendent of Anne's who discovers the secrets of her diaries but chooses to leave them hidden so as not to reveal his own homosexuality and damage his political career.
Both plays were well received with "Taro" gaining multiple 5 star reviews and "Gentleman Jack" being nominated for 2 Offies; best new play and best director.
Alex celebrated his 10th production, during which he surpassed 150 shows with Arrows & Traps, with a more light hearted turn in madcap comedy "One Giant Leap". Marking the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, "One Giant Leap" was an homage/parody of the Apollo 11 mission. Alex played secret service operative Agent Harris whose attempts to bribe/blackmail/coerce a low budget, Sci-fi TV company into creating a backup, fake moon landing on the eve of the real launch spiral out of his control.
After leaving Italia Conti, Alex co-founded Second Sons Theatre Company.
Their debut show "Swan Bake" written and directed by company artistic director Samson Hawkins, was nominated for the IYAF (International Youth Arts Festival) Best Young Production at the Brighton Fringe Awards 2016.
The show went on to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017 where it was shortlisted for the NSDF (National Student Drama Festival) award.
The show was also selected by Soho Theatre for a one off performance as part of their Soho Rising Festival.
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