Biography

Alex Lawther is an English actor. He began acting in theatre at 16, when he played the lead role in David Hare’s South Downs at the Minerva Theatre in Chichester.

He is best known for portraying the young Alan Turing in the film "The Imitation Game"(2014), which won him the London Film Critics' Circle Award for 'Young British Performer of the Year'.

This was followed with a starring role in 2015 film "Departure", opposite Juliet Stevenson.

Alex Lawther is an English actor. He began acting in theatre at 16, when he played the lead role in David Hare’s South Downs at the Minerva Theatre in Chichester.

He is best known for portraying the young Alan Turing in the film "The Imitation Game"(2014), which won him the London Film Critics' Circle Award for 'Young British Performer of the Year'.

This was followed with a starring role in 2015 film "Departure", opposite Juliet Stevenson.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 18

Birthday 1995-05-04

Place of Birth Petersfield, Hampshire, England, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

The French Dispatch
2019 The Translators as Alex Goodman
2018 Old Boys as Amberson
2018 Ghost Stories as Simon Rifkind
2018 Freak Show as Billy Bloom
2017 Howards End (4 episodes) as Tibby Schlegel
2017 The End of the F***ing World (8 episodes) as James
2017 Goodbye Christopher Robin as Older Christopher Robin Milne
2017 Carnage: Swallowing the Past as Volunteer: Joey
2016 Narrated By as Sam Sipowitz
2016 Departure as Elliot
2015 Yussef Is Complicated as Rory
2015 X+Y as Isaac Cooper
2014 The Imitation Game as Young Alan Turing
2013 Benjamin Britten: Peace and Conflict as Benjamin Britten
2011 Black Mirror (1 episode) as Kenny
2010 The Fear as The Boy
1999 Holby City (1 episode) as Fred Bamber

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