Insight Alex Lawther Professional & Personal Life!

Insight Alex Lawther Professional & Personal Life!

Alex Lawther has been impressing the audiences with one after another remarkable performance earning several impressive film credits to his name already. In addition, he also bagged prestigious awards such as the London Film Critics' Circle Award for Young British Performer of the Year. 

Alex who started as a child actor was greatly involved in doing theatres before he stepped on the big screen. However, ever since he entered the big screen, he put forth commendable performances one after another winning the hearts of many with his performance.

Along with gaining fame and recognition, people became more eager to learn more about Alex’s professional as well as personal life. Here’s everything you need to know about him. 

Alex Lawther’s Bio 

  • Alex was born on 4th May 1995 in Winchester, Hampshire, and raised in affluent Petersfield embracing English and Irish ethnicity. 
  • His parents Yvonne Lawther and Michael Terrance are both lawyers. Alex is the youngest of three children. His older brother Cameron Lawther is an award-winning Hollywood film producer and has also worked as an assistant director to the movies like Fury and World War Z starring Brad Pitt.
  • Per his older sister, Ellie Lawther works in public policy. 
  • Moving back to Alex, for education, he was educated at Churcher's College, a selective independent school in the British public school tradition. While studying there he was heavily involved in the drama program. 

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  • Later in 2010, Alex was accepted into the prestigious National Youth Theatre, where he received his training as an actor. 
  • Thereafter, he planned to read History at King’s College London but ultimately gave up his place after being cast in The Imitation Game. 
  • At the age of 18, he moved to London to pursue acting professionally. 

Career & Net Worth

  • Alex first made his professional acting debut at the age of 16 when he appeared in Sir David Hare’s South Downs as John Blakemore. Soon he was encouraged to pursue a career in film and theatre and shortly after he signed a contract with a film agent. 
  • Over time, he appeared in many TV shows and movies and got his breakthrough role on the Oscar-winning film The Imitation Game. 
  • In 2016, he earned his first lead role in the movie Departure as a poetry reading and pretentious English teenager. 
  • He also got an opportunity to play in an episode of the British science fiction series called Black Mirror as the main character Kenny. 
  • Following, he starred in the episode named Shut Up And Dance, Howards End, The End of the F***ng World, in Régis Roinsard's thriller, Les Traducteurs, and The French Dispatch.
  • From his successful acting career, Alex earned an impressive sum of money and his estimated net worth is around $1 million. 

Dating, Gay

  • Talking about Alex’s personal life, he is supposedly single. He has also never been married or engaged. 
  • He has successfully kept his romantic interest away from the prying eyes. 
  • Talking about the gay rumors, celebrities often face such speculations on regular basis. Likewise, Alex who played LGBTQ characters in the acting field was also surrounded by such speculation. In The Imitation Game and Freak Show, he portrayed the fluid gender. 

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  • However, other than his on-screen role his real-life has a huge disparity. Unless and until one does not talk about their sexuality, others should not give an opinion. 

Interesting Facts

  • Alex stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters). 
  • He is active on his Instagram account under username @jameslawthers where he has 293K followers. 
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