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A determined, technically sound actor, Alexander Eadie has a passion for theatre that began at a young age. Alexander can be seen on the small screen in Legacies on The CW and Netflix, as well as Amazon Prime’s Deathless directed by Matthew Manyek. Alexander’s love for on-screen acting has also led to his success in the film industry. He played the leading role in Uncasual Sex produced by 4D Studios LLC and in Travis & Lily produced by The Art Institute of Tampa. Eadie also played supporting roles in God Help Us directed by Luke Sokolewicz, Triggered and directed by Mace Walker, and Coffee and Dessert directed by Austin Janowsky. Most recently, he starred in the short film Piercing opposite River Gallo, which premiered at Outfest, and was featured in a commercial for Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle 8th Anniversary.

Alexander also filmed The Re-Education of Molly Singer, alongside actress Brit Robertson and directed by Andy Palmer, and he appeared on Netflix’s Stranger Things and BET+’s The Ms. Pat Show and The First Wives Club.

Alexander has also appeared in theatrical productions including John Wright in Trifles directed by Rosemary Lucyx, Claudio in Measure for Measure directed by Fanni Green, 4/20/99: A Story of Columbine at the Waterfront South Theatre, and in Cabaret directed by Douglas Hall.

Eadie graduated Cum Laude with a BA in Theatre Performance from the University of South Florida. While there, Alexander trained in Script Analysis, Voice and Body Improvisation, Character Development, Acting, Movement, and Special Skills in Movement: Mask. Additionally, he developed a transgender artist, media, and entertainment course and created and hosted the first trans/nonbinary artist panel at the school, featuring both students and faculty. He also has a certification in Film and TV Industry Essentials from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Alexander is passionate about LGBTQ+ artist awareness and creating space for transgender artists like himself. His passion extends into his work in exploring various trans artists and entertainers, what it’s like to be trans in the media, and how the trans body connects to the performances artists give. Recently, he was interviewed by NYU Sociologist Lisa M. Stulberg for an upcoming book being published by University of Chicago Press on the intersection between pop culture and LGBTQ+ social change.

To support his community, Alexander uses social media, especially TikTok, where he amassed more than 27K followers. He works to create a safe space for everyone by using his platform to educate and normalize the trans experience.




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