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Alex Scott

Alex Scott

Alex Scott is an Australian-British television actor best known for his appearances in British television productions of the 1960s, including The Avengers, Danger Man, The Saint and the final episode of Randall and Hopkirk. He made over 60 appearances on British TV between 1955 and the 1990s but moved back to Australia in 1981. Since his return to Australia he has had roles in the films Next of Kin, Sky Pirates, Now and Forever, Romper Stomper and Remembering Nigel. Alex had been a founding member of the Melbourne Theatre Company and has worked in theatre, television and film since his return. He played opposite Zoe Caldwell, another founding member and four-time Tony Award winning actor, in the Melbourne Theatre Company's A Visit in 2003 as a part of the 50th-anniversary season of the company. He also appeared in A Number, a play by Caryl Churchill and directed by Frank Howson, in 2006. In the film Remembering Nigel, he was again directed by Howson. Scott has also had roles in such films as Fahrenheit 451, Darling, The Abominable Dr. Phibes and The Blue Max, and has been directed by Sir Laurence Olivier, Fran├žois Truffaut, John Sumner and John Schlesinger, among others.

Alex Scott Movies : Filmography

The Sci-Fi Boys

The Sci-Fi Boys

Released: 2006  

Australia: Land Beyond Time

Australia: Land Beyond Time

Narrator

Released: 2002 Rated:

IMAX: Solarmax

IMAX: Solarmax

Narrator (voice)

Released: 2000  

Romper Stomper

Romper Stomper

Martin

Released: 1992  

Antarctica

Antarctica

Released: 1991  

Now and Forever

Now and Forever

Andrew Wundham

Released: 1983  

Next of Kin

Next of Kin

Dr Barton

Released: 1982  

The Asphyx

The Asphyx

Sir Edward Barett

Released: 1972  

Twins of Evil

Twins of Evil

Hermann

Released: 1971  

The Abominable Dr. Phibes

The Abominable Dr. Phibes

Dr. Hargreaves

Released: 1971 Rated: PG-13 

Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451

Book Person 'The Life of Henry Brulard'

Released: 1966  

The Blue Max

The Blue Max

The Orator

Released: 1966  

Darling

Darling

Sean Martin

Released: 1965