Nicholas Alexander was born in Waukegan, Illinois on May 21, 1988, to his beautiful mother, Catherine. When he was a baby his mother moved them to Naperville, Illinois to take advantage of Chicago suburb’s impressive public education systems. Alexander, an only child, raised in a single-parent household thrived in athletics from a very young age. In 2006 he attended College of Dupage in Glen Ellyn, IL and, then transferred to the University of Arizona on a full athletic football scholarship. After taking a drama class his senior year in Tucson, Alexander decided to switch gears and pursue his primary passion in entertainment instead of pro-football. The day after receiving his degree in Sociology he packed his car and drove to Los Angeles, California to go after his dream. At the suggestion of his roommate and fellow actor, Ramsay Philips, he did a brief stint at the famed Ivana Chubbuck Studio, in Hollywood, before leaving to Choice Skinner’s Breaking Through Acting Workshop, where the two went on to form a powerful bond as producing partners. Alexander’s work is prevalent in Hollywood; he divides his time between acting and producing features, and performing on the small screen. Alexander made his feature film debut in the internationally distributed Tempting Fate which made its Los Angeles debut at the 2015 Pan African Film Festival and premiered in Theatres in Nigeria and Ghana. Tempting Fate is the tip of the iceberg for Alexander, who also appeared on hit TV shows, The Last Ship, FX’s You’re The Worst, Netflix’s Love, as well as NBC’s The Player. Alexander cruised down the 2015 festival circuit in the Lead role of the multi Award winning short film Jacob Stone, which he was nominated twice for Best Actor. Jacob Stone appeared at several notable film festivals in 2015, taking home the award for Best Short at the prestigious Catalina Film Festival as well as being nominated for another eight awards and taking home two more wins for Best Short and Best drama on the festival circuit. Nicholas was very involved in the creative process, casting and production end of Jacob Stone, enough to receive a special thanks credit for the film. This gave Nicholas the push he needed to dive into the world of production. Alexander Co- Produced the first installment of Dan Davies’ upcoming trilogy series Mr. Thursday. Alexander also produces alongside award winning Director/Producer Choice Skinner on the development stages of the feature We Are Family, a project he will also star in. With his other producing partner Lauand Omar, Alexander Co-Produced Curse Of Mesopotamia, a film that reached top 30 most viewed horror titles on Itunes in its first week. Alexander & Omar will once again be going into production on their second film together, The Last Party. Nicholas has also stretched his skill set out to publicity and marketing as he was the driving force behind the EPK and red carpet premiere for Skinner’s feature Keep The Faith, another film he starred in and assisted on the production side. Alexander’s passion outside of the film industry is mentoring abused and sexually assaulted adolescents and young adults. Alexander himself is a survivor of child molestation. He loves working with kids from underprivileged communities and single parent homes. Nicholas resides just outside of the famed Tinseltown.
Drama, Romance, Thriller