Alexander Anthony Black
Redwood City, California, USA
April 20, 1989
Alexander Black was born in April, 1989 in Redwood City, California. Alex is an actor, as well as a singer and bass player. At a young age, Alex along with older brother Tony, showed interest in acting. Alex was soon seen in many theatre productions, including "The Grapes of Wrath", "The Wizard of Oz", "West Side Story" and in the title role of "Joseph, and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat".
Playing "Patrick Cassidy" in the NBC movie-of-the-week "The David Cassidy Story" led to his career move to Los Angeles. Guest starring on such television shows as "Angel", "Unsolved Mysteries", "Off Centre" and "Charmed" (which garnered Alex a Young Artists Award in 2003) led to filmwork. Alex was a series regular in "Suburban Sleuths", a pilot for Lifetime.
Alex has been working in films ever since, including working with Kiefer Sutherland in "Desert Saints" and starred in the modern day Don Quixote story, "Borderland". Alex then acted in Touchstone Pictures' "Bubble Boy" with brother Tony Black and Jake Gyllenhaal. Opening in theatres May 28, 2004 Alex can be seen in Revolution Pictures' "Thirteen Going On Thirty", starring Jennifer Garner.
Realizing how fortunate he is, Alex serves on the Youth Advisory Board for a celebrity children's charity. He actively participates in visiting many less fortunate children. He had not participated in any television production since 2008.
- Generation Gap
- Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide
- Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth
- CSI: Miami
- 13 Going on 30
- The Gentleman Don La Mancha
- Off Centre
- Bubble Boy
- Unsolved Mysteries
- The David Cassidy Story
- Desert Saints
- His role as Tyler in Charmed garnered him a Young Artists Award in 2003.
- Alex Black's likeness was used for Tyler Michaels in the Charmed Comics.