Alex Høgh Andersen

Hair Color: BrownEye Color: BlueHeight: 182Weight: 74

Education:Studying Film & Media Science at Copenhagen University, 6 years of drama training at Eventyrteatret

Languages:Mother Tongue: DanishFluent in: EnglishFamiliar with: Swedish, Norwegian, German

Biography

Alex Høgh Andersen started out as a young student at the Danish drama school at Eventyrteatret in 2006. He earned his first professional experiences as an actor when he performed at the yearly autumn shows. Alex had his first lead role as Arthur in theatrical production of “Sword in the Stone” in 2010. In 2012 he gained critical acclaim for his portrayal of a manic-depressive Dionysos in theatrical “Hercules”. At 17 years old, Alex finished at Eventyrteatret, but he continued working as an actor while attending high school. His first role on TV was in the Christmas calendar show “Tvillingerne og julemanden” as the big brother William. The show was broadcasted on national TV in 2013. For his role as William Alex won the prestigious award of Upcoming TV-star of the Year. Since then Alex has dubbed the Danish voice of Hiro in Disney’s Oscar-winning “Big Hero 6”, played a mute boy in “Ødeland” by the Danish film school 18Frames and has had a small part in feature film “A War” by Tobias Lindholm. Alex is currently playing opposite some of the best actors around in the awards-winning and highly acclaimed TV-series VIKINGS where he plays the extraordinary role of Ivar The Boneless – the show is available via History Channel and HBO.

Curriculum Vitae

Awards

2013
TV Rising Star of the Year

Film

2015
A WarSupporting / AndersTobias LindholmNordisk Film
Big Hero 6Lead / Hiro HamadaSonny LaheySDI MEDIA

Short films

2015
ØdelandJakubJesper Quistgaard18Frames

Television

2016-2018
VikingsIvar the BonelessHBO / History
2013
Tvillingerne og JulemandenWilliamTilde HarkampTV2 / Deluca Film
2012
OutsiderVictorCharlotte Sachs BostrupTV2 / R-Film

Theater

2014
The Three MusketeersD'ArtagnanSteen LangtvedBorreby Teater
Sound of MusicRolfSteen LangtvedBorreby Teater

Showreel

Vikings

Press

Scenes

Alex Høgh Andersen