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- Alexander Lewis was a wholesale goods, insurance, and real estate businessman and mayor of Detroit, Michigan.
- Alexander Lewis is an English-Australian musical theatre actor who most recently portrayed Vašek in the joint production of The Bartered Bride by New York's Metropolitan Opera and The Juilliard School.
- Alexander Lewis is a writer, primarily of science fiction novels and short stories. His first published work was a little-read short story entitled "Through the Eye". It appeared in the Wild Worlds sci-fi compendium magazine in 1958, when the magazine's circulation was relatively small. Two more of Lewis' short stories were published in Wild Worlds, "Back Door Haunt" and "The Universal". His major breakthrough came with the release of his first novel "Why the Wind Blows West" in 1965. This chilling tale of a modern world on the brink of self-destruction was published first in Lewis' native America, and then released on a more global scale some years later. One of Lewis' better known works is "The Thing in the Next Room", a tale of a very strange young man known only as "Smith", whose behaviour becomes increasingly erratic and shocking throughout the novel.
- nationality: United States of America
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