He has worked extensively as an actor in all mediums within the entertainment industry, moving effortlessly between stage, television, film, commercials and voiceover roles.
Alex has worked with a group of the most highly acclaimed, exciting and innovative theatre directors including Kerry Michael MBE, Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE, Melly Still, Max Webster and Franko Figueiredo. All of whom’s work is celebrated and lauded internationally.
As such, Alex has performed on some of the UK’s leading theatre spaces including The Bush Theatre, Curve Theatre, Rose Theatre Kingston, Bristol Old Vic, and Theatre Royal Stratford East. He has also performed internationally in Hong Kong at the prestigious Lyric Theatre where he also holds full Hong Kong citizenship.
As an actor, Alex is a committed and enthusiastic performer, compelled by nuanced performances with varied layered qualities. In 2017, Alex agreed to become an Ambassador for the new Drama & Performing Arts Academy at Exeter College & Exeter Northcott Theatre. Alex’s contribution and consultation of the design and delivery of content will give learners a truly realistic insight into how to gain entry into Drama School and University.
As an actor, Alex is a committed and enthusiastic performer, compelled by nuanced performances with varied layered qualities.
Alex is passionate about mentoring young enthusiasts of the arts and helping fellow professional actors. He does so regularly with clients both in the UK and the USA. At the beginning of 2018, Alex co-founded Bridge The Moon Productions with Gianbruno Spena.
An idea shared over writing a screenplay together and a good cup of tea, they knew from the outset that together they have far more to offer the world from a producing and writing perspective. The team has now grown with strong connections not only in London, but also in Miami and Los Angeles. Additionally Alex is part of the Youth Advisory Board for Yellow Earth Theatre and a board member at AAAHA (Anglo Asiatic Arts & Heritage Association). His theatre company, Break Point Theatre, has residency at Thameside Theatre, Grays, Essex. With the long term view of turning it into a fully producing theatre.