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Alexander trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, first in the music programme before switching to the drama programme. He graduated in 2015.
Alexander most recently appeared in THE LAND OF MIGHT-HAVE-BEEN which premiered at the Buxton International Festival this past summer. Alexander’s theatre credits include THE TEMPEST and HENRY V for Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre, A PRINCESS UNDONE at the Park Theatre, PASSING FROM THE THIRD FLOOR BACK for the Finborough Theatre, LOVE IN IDLENESS for the Apollo Theatre, and THE SILVER SWORD for Sellador Theatre Company. He also starred in Max Key’s production of IT IS EASY TO BE DEAD, playing the lead role of World War I poet Charles Sorley. This production transferred to the Trafalgar Studios, where it was nominated for an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre and where Alexander received rave reviews across the board.
Alexander’s film credits include MUSIC WAR & LOVE, directed by Martha Coolidge.
On the radio, Alexander has played the role of ‘Puck’ in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM for the BBC and the London Symphony Orchestra.