The Official Site for Actor David Alexander

webshotBiography: David Alexander is an American film and television actor.  In addition to performances in film, television, commercials, and live theatre, David has extensive experience as an on-air talent in radio, has done commercial voice-over work, and has had numerous live television appearances.  David has been seen in major theatrical releases and on network television shows and is a member of SAG-AFTRA.

David is building an extensive resume with dozens of principal roles in film, television, theatre, and commercial projects to his credit.   Recently, he has filmed episodes of a popular show on Netflix, Survivor’s Remorse on Starz, Satisfaction on USA, and The Inspectors for CBS.  He has also appeared on  Investigation Discovery’s Swamp Murders, Homicide Hunter and Fatal Encounters and has been seen on the big screen in the film Trouble with the Curve.  David recently had a major role in the independent thriller The Locksmith (set for release in 2016), a supporting role in the film Christine starring Michael C. Hall (which will premiere at Sundance), and will be seen in spring 2016 in a new series on Amazon.

David is also a licensed barber and set a Guinness World Record for shaving the most heads in one hour (73) which he did live on NBC’s Today Show on April 11, 2013 to raise awareness for childhood cancer research with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

Below is the January 2016 update of David Alexander’s Theatrical Demo Reel:

Below is the April 2015 update of David Alexander’s Commercial Demo Reel:

For more video clips, visit the Videos page!

Ideal Roles:  David can play both the good guy and the bad guy — he is often cast as a detective, administrator, or government agent.  He has a strong, clear voice and is an excellent choice if you need an actor who can portray a character with authority (such as a politician, teacher, cop, lawyer, etc.).  David can handle dramatic roles as and has great comedic timing.  He is a fearless actor and is not afraid to go to dark, ugly places when portraying a character.