Alexander Ness is a german actor. In 1999 he received a scholarship from Chicken Shed Drama School London and completed his acting training there. In the following years he was seen in several plays on London's stages, e.g. in "Romeo & Juliet", "Shelter", "Our country's good", "Duett for one" and "The emperor's new clothes" adapted by Molière. He started his TV acting career at the early age of 8 on German Television (ZDF). His movie debut was in 2002 when he participated in the movie "The Honeytrap" with Emily Lloyd.
He's been starring in many productions, both national and international since. He recently starred as "Charles V. (HRE)" on german television.
In 2016 Alexander Ness started to work closely on his craft with Hollywood based Coach and actor Mr. Terrell Clayton http://www.claytonactingstudios.net
Despite his acting career, Alexander Ness started playing snooker since 1992 and became the first German snooker player who turned professional in this sport.
Alexander Ness currently lives in Berlin Germany, please visit his website for credits, resume, education, bio and further contact.
Unique traits: Despite his acting career, Alexander Ness started playing snooker since 1992 and became the first German professional in this sport.