Alex Frost

Alex Frost (born February 17, 1987) is an American actor. Frost was born in Portland, Oregon. His parents are Debbie and Jack, and he has an older brother named Chris. Frost is currently living in London. Frost had a starring role in Gus Van Sant’s Columbine-based film Elephant, which was awarded the Palme d’Or prize in 2003. Since Elephant, Alex has worked on a number of films, including The Queen of Cactus Cove, The Lost and The Standard. He appeared in a Season 3 episode of “NCIS” entitled “Ravenous”. He played a bully in the Owen Wilson movie Drillbit Taylor, released on March 21, 2008 by Paramount Pictures. He has two movies set to release summer 2009, “Calvin Marshall” and “The Vicious Kind.”

Bestseller No. 1
Almost Kings
  • Gravitas Ventures (12/18/2017)
  • Running time: 91 minutes
  • Alex Frost, Lorenzo James Henrie, Alex Russell, Billy Campbell, Haley Ramm
  • English
Bestseller No. 2
Almost Kings
  • Factory sealed DVD
  • Breaking Glass (06/26/2012)
  • DVD, Unrated (Not Rated)
  • Running time: 93 minutes
  • Portia Doubleday, Billy Campbell, Greer Grammer, Haley Ramm, Kasha Kropinski
Bestseller No. 3
  • Prime Video
  • English
Bestseller No. 4
  • Prime Video
  • English
Bestseller No. 5
Know Your Place
  • Prime Video
  • English
Bestseller No. 6
Crime & Punishment
  • Prime Video
  • English
Bestseller No. 7
Betrothed To Jack Frost (Betrothed To Jack Frost Saga)
  • Alex Gedgaudas
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing, LLC
  • Paperback: 266 pages
Bestseller No. 8
The Equalizer
  • Columbia Pictures (09/26/2014)
  • Prime Video, R (Restricted)
  • Running time: 132 minutes
  • Denzel Washington, Chloe Grace Moretz, Marton Csokas, Melissa Leo, David Harbour
  • English
Bestseller No. 9
Air and Ash: TIDES Book 1
  • Alex Lidell
  • Danger Bearing Press
  • Kindle Edition
  • Edition no. 1 (05/02/2017)
  • English
Bestseller No. 10
Maya The Bee: The Honey Games
  • Prime Video, G (General Audience)
  • Running time: 84 minutes
  • Coco Jack Gillies, Benson Jack Anthony, Richard Roxburgh, Justine Clark
  • English