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SIGHTS AND SOUNDS

The entertainers: theatre, television, film and music

Alex Wyndham

Winchester and Oxford educated actor Alex WyndhamWinchester and Oxford educated actor Alex Wyndham came to public attention after playing Antoine ‘Wani’ Ouradi in the BBC’s adaptation of The Line of Beauty in 2006 and as Gaius Cilnius Maecenas in Rome in 2007. He has subsequently appeared in the acclaimed war drama The Crimson Field and has a voice that is described as “warm, upbeat, intelligent and charming”. He has a black belt in Shokotan Karate.

 

 

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1 comment on “Alex Wyndham”

  1. I admire his works as an actor. He is a very talented man that plays so that I believe every word, gesture, emotion. I want to tell him: thank you for everything! In his smile so much positive, in the eyes – so much light and kindness that make our world better and give inspiration!

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