Alex Hyde-White (actor)
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Who is Alex Hyde-White?
Alex Hyde-White, also credited as Alex Hyde White, is an English-born film and television actor. In 1978, he signed with Universal Pictures as one of the last "contract players" in Hollywood, in a group that included Lindsay Wagner, Andrew Stevens and Sharon Gless.
- also known as Alex Punch Hyde-White, Alex Hyde White, Punch
- born on (55 years ago) in London, child of Wilfrid Hyde-White and Ethel Drew
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Georgetown University
- profession: Actor, film producer, film director
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- played Mister Fantastic in "The Fantastic Four"
- "Biggles: Adventures in Time"
- "The Phantom of the Opera: The Motion Picture"
- played Romeo in "The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet"
- "See Arnold Run"
- played Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside in "Gods and Generals"
- "Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone"
- played David Morse in "Pretty Woman"
- "The Reflecting Pool"
- "Murder C.O.D."
- "Deep Water"
- played Paul in "Pursuit of Happiness"
- "The Alien Within"
- played Young Henry Jones in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"
- played Moderator in "Loose Cannons"
- played Photographer in "The Toy"
- "Time Trackers"
- film produced: Pursuit of Happiness
- film directed: Three Days (of Hamlet)
- official website: www.alexhydewhite.com
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