Alex Høgh Andersen

Alex Høgh Andersen

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 "Sword in the Stone" in 2010. In 2012 he gained critical acclaim for his portray of a manic-depressive Dionysos in theatrical "Hercules".


As 17-year-old Alex finished at Eventyrteatret, but sidelong with high school he continued working as an actor. 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 as 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 has studied Film- and Media at University of Copenhagen in his daily life and lives in Central Copenhagen.

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