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Andrew Alexander (actor) Wikipedia
Andrew Alexander is an English stage, television and film actor, who is best known for his role as Sir John Bullock in Downton Abbey.
Born in St John's Wood, London. His father is Hungarian and his mother English.
Alexander received academic and music scholarships to Bradfield College.
Alexander was offered a choral scholarship to Oxford University but instead read History at King's College London. He went on to train in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music.
At 29 he played the lead role, Richard Hannay, in The 39 Steps in London's West End, having understudied the role previously. He was the first understudy to be promoted in the production due to favourable reviews and notices, including from Stephen Fry on Twitter.
He was an original member of the Sony BMG group Teatro. Teatro's first album was certified Gold in the UK. Performances included headlining at The Royal Variety Performance, meeting HM The Queen, and supporting José Carreras at the BBC Proms In The Park in Hyde Park.
Alexander currently lives in West London with his wife, Artist, Araxie Kutchukian.