Mini Bio (1)
Vic Alexander grew up in San Francisco. He attended the Benjamin Franklin Adult High School there, later renamed the John Adams Adult High School. John H. Adams was the great-great grandson of John Adams the second US President. He was Vic Alexander's mentor, who made it possible for him to attend the City College of San Francisco. He graduated in 1962.
Vic Alexander went on to graduate from the San Francisco State University with a degree in film production in 1970. His teachers were Robert Lewis, Jim Goldner, Lester Cole, who was member of the Hollywood Ten group and one of the organizers of the Screen Writer's Guild. Lester Cole was the screenwriter of 'Born Free' (1966). Vic Alexander's other film writing teacher was Ronny Pearlman, who wrote some of the episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies television series.
Vic Alexander traveled to Norway in 1971 and worked in Teamfilm, Oslo, Norway for a couple of years. He made commercials for the Norwegian cinema circuit. He returned to California in 1975 and settled in Southern California.
In 1976 he shot a movie in the Louvre and the British Museum about the ancient artifacts of Mesopotamia. In 1984 he shot the movie Killzone with his Arri 2c and edited it on a rented Steenbech. In 1985 he completed his movie Two Faces of Youth. In 1986 He produced Tiger Cage. In 1987 he produced and directed Hells Outlaw. In 1988 he directed Burt Ward in Star Quest. Liv Alexander, Ermal Williamson and Scotty Sachs starred in the movie as well.
Vic Alexander taught film history courses and did some video programs at Cal State Stanislaus from 1998-2002. Then he returned to filmmaking in Burbank. He made 'Butterflies in the Wind' (2006) completing it in 2008 and 'The Red Queen' (video 2009).
Vic Alexander plans to revamp some of his earlier movies. He continues to develop movie projects and plans to shoot a number of significant feature films in the future.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous