Alexander Huetson


Born on a cold evening in late January, Alexander is the youngest in the family with an older sister.


Throughout Alexander's youth it became apparent that acting and film in particular were a passion of his, so he soon sought after his first performing experience, the school's nativity play at the tender age of 8 years old.


He studied Theatre studies throughout GCSE and A levels at The Norton Knatchbull Grammar school, which brought further opportunities to act from scripted and self-devised pieces, soon he began to build confidence in his acting ability when given the opportunity to play the role of 'Ariel' in Return to the Forbidden Planet at Ashford School. This lead to offers of a role in the local Am-dram production of Titanic the Musical at the prestigious Marlowe theatre in Canterbury and ultimately, Jean Valjean in Les Miserables under the careful guidance of close friend and acting coach Ann Millbery - plus many singing lessons to boot.


From this he went on to the University of Brighton to study Biomedical Science, as Alexander aimed to build a career in Medicine while maintaining acting as a hobby. However, two more lead roles in his first year and becoming the elected President of the Brighton University Drama Society brought the Art back to the fore. It was at the end of his final year Alexander decided to focus on what he loves to do and turned his full attention to building a career as an Actor.


Currently Alexander lives in Kent, UK