| Actor, voice actor|
| Lex Shrapnel|
| Alexander Carey Shrapnel|
6 October 1979 (age 36) (1979-10-06) London, England
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Francesca Shrapnel, John Shrapnel
Tom Shrapnel, Joe Shrapnel
Deborah Kerr, Anthony Bartley, Norman Shrapnel, Mary Lillian Myfanwy Shrapnel
Thunderbirds, SEAL Team 8: Behind E, Hunted, Captain America: The First, K‑19: The Widowmaker
John Shrapnel, Rose Keegan, Roel Reine, Jonathan English, Anthony Bartley
Lex Shrapnel Wikipedia
Alexander Carey "Lex" Shrapnel (born 6 October 1979) is an English actor and voice actor.
Shrapnel was born in London, the son of Francesca Ann (née Bartley) and actor John Shrapnel. He is the brother of actor/producer Tom Shrapnel and writer Joe Shrapnel and the grandson of Academy Award-honoured Scottish actress Deborah Kerr. He graduated from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
He has appeared in many film and television roles such as, K-19: The Widowmaker, Nine Lives, Thunderbirds, Breakfast on Pluto, Flyboys, Ministry of Mayhem and The Last Detective. He also appeared in the Doctor Who audio play, Shadow of the Past.
Shrapnel's Hotspur in Henry IV in the Royal Shakespeare Company's critically acclaimed 2008 production was described as 'thrillingly charismatic'. He also has appeared on stage in 2011 in Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea performed at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. He is quoted as saying "Before going in you set a high bar for yourself, but you’ve just got to get into rehearsals, do the work and hope it comes together".
According to actress Emily Blunt on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, he once played Romeo to her Juliet in a production of the Shakespeare play.