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Overview (1)

Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Alex was born at Fort Bliss, Texas - an Army base in El Paso. He began his career in 2006 on his elementary school stage in front of a few hundred people in Boulder, Colorado, as he performed in a play called "The Revolutionary War" and started his comedy career by making "Minute-Man Stew." During this performance, he received huge laughs and a standing ovation.

On television he was cast by Bodhi and Jenna Elfman to play a news reporter recreating a famous scene from "Sunset Boulevard" in an pilot called "Kiddywood." Since then Alex has guest starred in a "Funny or Die" video for HBO and Nickelodeon's "Big Help with Miranda Cosgrove." He also played the role of "Thomas" opposite Daytime Emmy Award winner, Nicolas Coster in a short film called "Saying Goodbye."

Alex performs in a monthly teen comedy sketch show filmed at the famous Acme Comedy Theater in Hollywood. The show is called "OMGtv!! LIVE" and features Saturday Night Live type sketches written and performed by teen actors/comedians.

He has performed in several voice over commercials including Burger King Kids Meals, Discovery Kids/NBC and Magical Quest for Nintendo Wii.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gerrie Benzing

Trade Mark (1)

Dimples

Trivia (13)

Studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse founded by Milton Katselas, renowned acting teacher.
Studies everything he can about animal conservation - has a fascination with animals.
Is an only child and lives with his mom and his dog, Oliver.
He loves doing impressions - his favorite is Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Swam competitively for two years on a swim team in Boulder, Colorado.
Auditioned for the male lead role of "Hawkeye" in "Locker 514" on Cartoon Network (us).
Although he was born in El Paso, Texas, he lived in Boulder, Colorado until moving to Los Angeles, California when he was 11 years old.
He loves skiing in Vail - especially riding the gondola.
Enrolled in helicopter pilot training. Will be able to take his first solo flight when he turns 16 and obtain his private pilot license when he is 17.
Enjoys performing physical comedy.
He is of Italian-Hungarian descent and has a multi-ethnic appearance.
Before she passed away, his great aunt would call him "Holes In His Face" because of his pronounced dimples. She lived in the Black Hills of South Dakota near several Indian reservations.
He was diagnosed with Scheuermann's Kyphosis in 2010. He underwent spinal fusion surgery in July 2011, at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, to correct the curvature of his spine.

Personal Quotes (3)

I really like how my mom supports me and my acting, and when I am feeling down, she makes me a big cup of Godiva hot cocoa with peppermint (my favorite) and that makes everything seem better.
Of course I like video games, I'm a boy. But I don't get why you wouldn't want to read also. I love reading books - it's like TV for your mind. Whenever I get into a good story, the scenes start to come alive in my head and as I'm reading, there's a narrator reading the words.
Making movies takes a long time. We shot Terminal Velocity for eight hours and it's only 2 1/2 minutes long after editing. It's crazy and amazing all in one but I love making movies! The whole process is really cool. And it was so fun to see how everyone reacted after watching it.

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