Alexander Vlahos

Alexander Vlahos

Alexander Vlahos

Alexander Vlahos

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Alexander Vlahos (born 30 July 1988) is a Welsh actor, writer, and director best known for playing Philippe, Duke of Orléans, in the Canal+ television series Versailles. In 2012, Vlahos took over from Asa Butterfield in the role of Mordred, for the BBC One drama Merlin.

Finally, some news we can chew on!! Can definitely see him as Bobby, William not so much. The video was interesting about changing directors for different blocks – always thought that must be challenging for the actors. Just as they get used to their directing style – off they go! (Source: outlanderbts.com)


Since 2015, he portrayed Louis XIV's brother, Philippe I, Duke of Orléans, in the Franco-Canadian historical television series Versailles, about life at the French court, The first series premiered in November 2015. Series 2 was filmed in early 2016 and explores the lighter side to Philippe, the first time for Vlahos to portray a rather light-hearted character for an extended period of time.

Alexander Vlahos was born on the 30th of July, 1988 in Swansea, South Wales. His first language is Welsh. He studied Acting at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff, graduating in 2009. He his probably best known for his role as Mordred in the hit BBC fantasy show, 'Merlin' where he earned rave reviews for his portrayal as the young Druid destined to kill King Arthur. His first job upon leaving drama school was 'Crash' (BBC Wales/Red Planet Pictures) playing the semi-regular role of Dylan. He went on to appear in the medical drama 'Doctors' (BBC) in a week-long storyline, 'Master Of The Universe', where he played the lead role of Lewis Cutler. The episodes were nominated for 'Best Single Episode' & 'Spectacular Scene of the Year' at the ITV British Soap Awards 2010. Following this, he appeared as Tom Evans alongside Sanjeev Bhaskar, Ayesha Dharker & Mark Williams in the multi-award winning BBC drama series 'The Indian Doctor'. In January 2013, Vlahos was seen in his breakthrough lead role as Private Keenan in BBC drama 'Privates', focusing on one of the last group of conscripts to enter National Service before it ended in 1960. Alexander returned to the stage playing Malcolm opposite Kenneth Branagh in the critically acclaimed 'Macbeth', performing at the Manchester International Festival (2013) and on Broadway (2014). (Source: www.amazon.com)


Walker-Arnott, Ellie (11 December 2012). "Alexander Vlahos webchat: "Merlin has changed my life"". Radio Times. Retrieved 18 June 2017.

"Actor/director Alexander Vlahos talks about the Mighty Ducks altering the course of his life, his hockey career, trying to get on Game Changers The Quack Attack Podcast". The Quack Attack Podcast. 21 April 2021. Retrieved 15 July 2021. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



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