Alex Carter (Canadian actor)

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Alex Carter
Born Alex Apostolopoulos
(1964-11-12) November 12, 1964 (age 52)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor

Alex Carter (born November 12, 1964) is a Canadian television and film actor.

Early life[edit]

Carter was born Alex Apostolopoulos in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He attended Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute as well as Wexford Collegiate Institute. He lived in the Wexford community of Toronto (Scarborough) and, then left for Hollywood where he studied at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. He is divorced and the father of three children.

Career[edit]

Carter's television roles have included recurring roles on roles in Family Passions, Black Harbour, Traders, Made in Canada, Taking the Falls, The Pretender, These Arms of Mine, Flashpoint, Wildfire, Castle, Life, Without a Trace, Nip/Tuck, The Mermaid Chair, The Practice, Shark, Due South, CSI: NY, Leverage, JAG, Veritas: The Quest and Jericho,[1] as well as recurring roles in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as LVPD Homicide Detective Lou Vartann (32 episodes), Revenge as Michael Davis, Point Pleasant (9 episodes), and Burn Notice (6 episodes).[2] He had a role in a few of the final scenes of the series finale of 24.

His film roles have included Out of Time and The Island. He also starred with Cary Elwes and Alex Rocco in the thriller film The Other.[3]

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