Alex Brock

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Alex Brock
Born Alexander von Brockdorff
London, England
Residence London
Nationality British
Occupation Actor, Director, Writer
Years active 2014–present
Military career
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Service/branch Flag of the British Army.svg British Army
Years of service 2008-2014
Rank UK Army OF2.png Captain
Battles/wars Iraq, Afghanistan

Alex Brock (born Alexander von Brockdorff) is an English actor and director.

Brock was an officer in The Queen's Royal Hussars, a cavalry regiment of the British Army. He commissioned from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 2008.[1] Having served on combat operations both in Iraq and Afghanistan, Brock left the British Army so that he could start his career in the motion picture industry - it was at this time that he adopted the stage name 'Brock'. Brock's initial success was found working on feature films Fury and Grimsby. In 2015, Brock launched with a new venture Bare Arms- a company providing military support to the film and television industry.[2]


Film & Television[edit]

Year Title Role Format Notes
2018 Requiem [3] Guy Television 1 episode
Stockwell Frank Short Also Producer, Writer, Director
He Served The Empire Lucan Short
2016 Grimsby[4] Tiger Tail Agent Feature
Slaved[5] Phil Short
Arrivals Feature 2nd Unit 1st AD
2015 Conspiracy Marinus Television 1 episode
2014 Fury Tank Crew Feature (uncredited)
Our World War Young British Officer Television 1 episode


Year Title Role Format
2015 Andy Burrows 'Watch Me Fall' Director Music Video
BOYDE James Blake 'Retrograde' Remix Director Music Video
2014 McMahon 'Deep Down' Director Music Video


  1. ^ "No. 58968". The London Gazette (Supplement). 3 February 2009. p. 1821. 
  2. ^ "Bare Arms". 
  3. ^ [1], IMDb, official site.
  4. ^ [2], IMDb, official site.
  5. ^ [3], IMDb, official site.

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