Austin Alexander is a working actor. He works on television shows, films, commercials, and sometimes in the theatre.
What kind of actor is Austin?
If Brad Pitt and Val Kilmer had a baby that was raised by Matt Damon and Seth Rogan, you’d get close. In all seriousness though, Austin is a trained actor. He started on the stage and then moved over to film and television towards the end of his undergrad theatre training. He has studied with several esteemed instructors in collegiate, conservatory style, and private coaching settings.
He tends to be cast as the bad boyfriend, the solemn but sensitive soldier, the crass cowboy, the sarcastic and witty asshole, the fun loving but troubled friend, and the stoic guy with a big heart. See his work here:
Austin Alexander writes across a range of different mediums. He has written and produced plays and films, sketch comedy, poetry, music, fiction, and also occasionally blogs. You can read the latest posts here:
I have not wandered Into that vast expanse So blue and deep Disappearing into an invisible infinity. I'm not the warrior Who'd risk such a feat To wander into treachery Surrounded by an army of Unknown foes. That place is for them I've only seen it in my head That's...
It's a sentiment + resentment that’s been growing in me. The grove of trees represents my ideal for those around me and just people in general, the words represent what I've been feeling when I look outward. As I get older, it's a recurring theme that people that I...
I have wanted to start writing on this blog again since I stopped, but I've let a lot of things get in my way. Mostly myself. I created an endless string of reasons to procrastinate including: Why I shouldn't restart Why I needed to wait I would have to explain why...
Austin Alexander is a creative dude. In addition to being a writer, he is a musician, business owner, graphic designer, web designer, copywriter, and hobby painter. His philosophy is that all forms of creation can inspire one another.
Part of being an artist is throwing off any perceived limitations the world might expect to be able to throw on you, and just being the best you that you can be. The journey to becoming that “you” though seems to be a life’s work.