April 7, 1964
New York City, New York, USA
|Occupation||Actor, television director|
|Spouse(s)||Maddie Corman (1998–present)|
Alexander was born Jason Alexander in New York City, the only son of actress Jane Alexander and her first husband Robert, founder and former director of The Living Stage. After attending New York University, he began his professional career as the stage manager of a 1983 Broadway revival of The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, in which he also played a small role. He also appeared on stage in I'm Not Rappaport, Six Degrees of Separation and the Stephen Sondheim musical Assassins, in which he portrayed Lee Harvey Oswald. His screen roles included Matewan, Eight Men Out, Crocodile Dundee II and Clueless.
In the early 1990s, Alexander studied at the American Film Institute, where he became interested in direction. His television credits include 32 episodes of Law & Order (executive-produced by his stepfather, Edwin Sherin) and 18 episodes of Rescue Me, in addition to Xena: Warrior Princess, Arli$$, Homicide: Life on the Street, The Practice, Ally McBeal, Third Watch, House M.D., Prison Break, Golden Boy, and the pilots for Burn Notice, Warehouse 13, Royal Pains, Edgar Floats, and Three Inches.
He and wife, actress Maddie Corman, have three children.
- Jace Alexander at the Internet Movie Database
- Jace Alexander at the Internet Broadway Database
- Jace Alexander at AllRovi
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