Denmark’s Alex Hgh Andersen is an actor, model, and photographer. He is most known for playing Ivar the Boneless in the film Ivar the Boneless.
Biography of Alex Høgh Andersen
Alex Hgh Andersen was born on May 20, 1994, in Slagelse, Denmark. Charlotte Hgh is his mother’s name, and Thomas Andersen is his father’s name. His younger sister’s name is Aila Hgh, and he grew up with her.
Alex began performing at a young age and was a regular performer in a number of musicals and plays. He also participated in school drama, which helped him develop the discipline, effort, and teamwork skills that are necessary for acting.
His interests include outdoor activities, stunts, singing, and dancing, in addition to acting. Furthermore, he is 27 years old and belongs to the Taurus zodiac sign. At this time, Alex has not revealed any specifics concerning his schooling years.
However, we are aware that he continued his education at the University of Copenhagen. His passion for performing led him to pursue a degree in Film and Media at the university.
Net Worth of Alex Høgh Andersen
Andersen makes a living as an actor and model in the career. His modeling career pays him as well. In the year 2021, he is expected to have a net worth of roughly $2 million.
Relationship of Alex Høgh Andersen
Alex prefers to keep his private life out of the spotlight. We can’t tell if the actor is single or in a relationship because of this. He has also kept his previous romances a secret.
He is currently unmarried and focusing on establishing his career, according to many websites.
The career of Alex Høgh Andersen
In the year 2010, Alex made his professional acting debut as an actor. He played Arthur Pendragon in ‘Svaerdet I Stenen,’ a theater piece in which he played the primary part. After that, in the year 2012, he made his television debut. In the miniseries Outsider,’ he was able to land the lead part of Victor. In the Danish series ‘Tvillingerne & Julemanden,’ he was able to land yet another important role.
In the year of 2014, he made his acting debut. He did not appear onscreen, but lent his voice to the role of Hiro Hamada in the Danish adaptation of the American computer-animated superhero film ‘Big Hero 6.’ Alex had roles in films such as “Deland” and “A War” in 2015. He’s also appeared in an episode of ‘Hedensted High,’ where he played Flotte Hjelle.