Alex Russell (actor)
Alex Russell at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival
11 December 1987
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Russell, who was born in Brisbane, grew up in Rockhampton, Queensland, the son of surgeon Dr. Andrew Russell and nurse Frances Russell. He has a younger brother, Dominic, and a younger sister, Georgiana. He graduated from Rockhampton Grammar School in 2004, going on to attend the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney.
Russell made his debut in the 2010 film Wasted on the Young. In 2011, he appeared in two short films, The Best Man and Halloween Knight; he directed a short film as well titled "Love and Dating in LA!, which was featured on the El Rey Network's "Peoples Showcase: Horror Edition". In 2012, he starred in the science fiction film Chronicle. He played Billy Nolan in the 2013 Carrie remake. In 2014, he played Sam Atwell in Believe Me.
Just 5 years after making his TV debut as a guest star on NTSF:SD:SUV in 2012, he joined the cast of the 2017 reboot of the 1975 series S.W.A.T. as Officer Jim Street, the very role played just 4 decades past by the late Robert Urich in 1975, becoming part of the main cast.
|2010||Wasted on the Young||Zack|
|2011||The Best Man||Malcolm||Short film|
|2011||Halloween Knight||Paul||Short film|
|2013||The Host||Seeker Burns|
|2013||Love and Dating in L.A.||Director/Short Film|
|2014||Believe Me||Sam Atwell|
|2014||Cut Snake||Sparra Farrell|
|2015||Prisoner of War||Bo|
|2015||Pacific Standard Time||Unknown|
|2016||Blood in the Water||Percy|
|2017||Only the Brave||Andrew Ashcraft|
|2012||NTSF:SD:SUV||Stewie Mears||Episode: "16 Hop Street"|
- Formosa, Amy (24 February 2011). "Alex Russell the next big name". The Morning Bulletin.
- Mcbryde, Emma (21 April 2011). "Hollywood legend has eye on Alex". The Morning Bulletin.
- Formosa, Amy (12 December 2009). "Hollywood hunk home for Xmas". The Morning Bulletin.
- Barton, Steve (15 May 2012). "Carrie Cast Continues to Expand". Dread Central.
- Petski, Denise (17 March 2017). "Alex Russell Joins CBS' 'S.W.A.T.' Pilot; Melissa Roxburgh In CW's 'Valor'". Deadline. Retrieved 26 May 2017.
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