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Occupation  Actor
Years active  2008–present

Name  Alexander Vlahos
Role  Actor
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Born  30 July 1988 (age 27) (1988-07-30) Llantrisant, Wales
Education  Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Similar People  George Blagden, Eoin Macken, Dominique Blanc, Rob Ashford, Evan Williams

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Alexander Vlahos (born 30 July 1988) is a Welsh actor best known for playing Philippe, Duke of Orleans in the Canal+ television series Versailles and for playing Mordred in the BBC drama Merlin.


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Early life

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Vlahos was born in Tumble, Carmarthenshire, before moving to Llantrisant, Mid Glamorgan. He is the son of a Greek father and a Welsh mother, and speaks both Welsh and English. He played ice hockey from ages eight to 18. He trained in acting at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff, graduating in 2009.


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He first appeared in the BBC Wales drama, Crash, in 2009 portraying Dylan. The following year, he appeared in the daytime medical soap opera Doctors in a week-long storyline entitled Master Of The Universe, in which he played the lead role of Lewis Cutler. The episodes were then nominated for 'Best Single Episode' and 'Spectacular Scene of the Year' at the British Soap Awards in 2010. Also in 2010, he appeared in both Pen Talar and The Indian Doctor, and the film Bright Lights.

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In 2012 he earned the role of Private Keenan in Privates, a mini-television series about conscripts in the National Service set in the 1960s, for which he shaved his head. He also played the part of Mordred in series five of Merlin, a role originally played by Asa Butterfield in the first two series.

From 2012 to 2016 he played the role of Dorian Gray in Big Finish Productions' audio series The Confessions Of Dorian Gray. He has also written one of the episodes, The Mayfair Monster, released in October 2013, and the audio play, HMS Surprise for the Bernice Summerfield box set New Frontiers which was released in April, 2013.

From 6 December 2013 Vlahos appeared in Fortune's Fool at The Old Vic. Mike Poulton’s adaptation of Turgenev’s play is directed by Lucy Bailey, in a new production which stars Iain Glen and Richard McCabe.

In July 2015 it was announced that he would be playing Bertie Potts in the mini audiobook series "The Diary of River Song" set in the Doctor Who universe, alongside Alex Kingston.

In the French historical television series about life at the court of Louis XIV, Versailles, which started with series 1 in November 2015, he is part of the main cast, starring as the king's brother, Philippe I, Duke of Orléans. Series 2 was filmed in early 2016 and explores the lighter side to Philippe, the first time for Vlahos to portray a rather light-hearted character for an extended period of time. On 14 September 2016 producer Claude Chelli confirmed that Versailles has been renewed for a third season, which will begin filming in April 2017.

In the 2016 docudrama Barbarians Rising, a global co-production for History channels, Vlahos plays the Roman emperor Valentinian in one episode. He also portrays the Romanian philosopher and mathematician Maurice Solovine in one episode of Genius, National Geographic Channel's first scripted series.

From 11 February to 11 March 2017 Vlahos starred in Max Gill's La Ronde, a modernized, gender-neutral version of the play by Arthur Schnitzler. A cast of four played the ten characters randomly selected onstage every night by a roulette wheel. In the 2017 Big Finish Productions audio drama Hamlet Vlahos plays the title character.


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