Alex Hassell

Alex Hassell trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama and he is a co-founder of The Factory Theatre Company. His theatre work includes Prince Hal in Henry IV Parts I and II and the title role in Henry V for The Royal Shakespeare Company; Biff in Death of a Salesman opposite Antony Sher and Harriet Walter in London’s West End and Jack Gould in David Hare’s I’m Not Running for The National Theatre.

On screen, his roles include Johannes, The Miniaturist and Metratron, His Dark Materials (BBC), Everything Now and Cowboy Bebop (Netflix) and The Boys (Amazon). He stars as Rupert Campbell-Black in the upcoming adaptation of Jilly Cooper’s Rivals for Disney+. His film work includes leading roles in upcoming Netflix feature film Locked In; Violent Night opposite David Harbour (Universal); Ross in Joel Coen’s acclaimed The Tragedy of Macbeth (A24/Apple TV+) opposite Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington; Suburbicon directed by George Clooney and The Red Sea Diving Resort alongside Sir Ben Kingsley

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Alex Hassell at Samling Artist Programme Masterclass with baritone Redmond Sanders (top) and tenor Steven van der Linden (below). Photos: Mark Pinder

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