Alex House (born December 11, 1986 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor. Alex began acting as a child after being referred to an agent by a family friend. He continues to reside in Toronto.
He is best known for playing the role of Lance Stone on Dark Oracle. In 2005, he played a recurring guest star role on the 5th season of the Canadian TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation, as Tim. Alex also does voice over work for radio and television including animated series', such as voicing the Blacksmith on Jane and the Dragon and Ozuma on Beyblade.
He and fellow Dark Oracle star, Danielle Miller, guest-starred on Corner Gas as job shadows in the episode "Just Brent and His Shadow" that aired in October, 2006. Alex has also guest-starred on a variety of other shows, including the Disney Channel show, Life with Derek. In this episode, Derek bets Casey that she can't get Trevor, an "alt" high school kid played by Alex, to ask her out by Friday night.
Some of Alex's favourite movies include Star Wars, The Princess Bride and Ichi the Killer.
His father, Jeffry House, is legal counsel representing US military deserters who are applying for refugee status in Canada. He came to Canada as a US draft resister during the Vietnam War.
Alex's mother, Teresa, is originally from Argentina. Alex speaks fluent Spanish.
He has a younger brother named Patrick.
Alex likes Adebisi, small hats and comic books. He is also an avid traceur, capoeirista and boxer.
Nonsense Revolution as Kaz (2007)
Late Fragment as Jacob (2007)
Degrassi: The Next Generation as Gay Tim
Dark Oracle" as Lance Stone (2004-2006)
Stone Cold as Jesse
Between Strangers as Kevin (2002)
The Safety of Objects as Jake Train (2001)
Harlan County War as Buddy Kincaid
Total Recall 2070 as Taavo (1999)
Life with Derek as Trevor/Mick Jones (2006)
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Alex took years of voice training at the RCM, Fiddle lessons, (with among others) Sandy Mc Intyre and is a celtic dancer
Alex House at the Internet Movie Database
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