Australian born actor Alex Kunzelmann discovered his love of acting in 2004 when he attended a touring screen acting class presented by the National Institute of Dramatic Art - Australia's premiere drama school. He got involved with a few short films made by the graduating students of Griffith University's film school which cemented his newfound career choice.
After spending two years in London, Alex moved to Sydney and was accepted to train at NIDA. He trained with renowned Australian actors Paul Barry and Nicholas Bishop.
In 2008, he moved back to London to pursue his acting career after landing a theatrical agent. He teamed up with good friend Benjamin Green in 2009 to co-produce Keeper – an eight minute short that was written, shot and edited in nine days on a £400 budget. Keeper screened at the Festival de Cannes and the Portobello Film Festival in 2009.
Alex packed up his bags in 2010 and made the big move to Hollywood bringing him one step closer to achieving his dreams. He continues to train with Paul Barry, who is now also living in Los Angeles.
2012 sees Alex record Voice-over in his home studio, providing video game character voices and narration.