Alex Neustaedter

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Twenty year-old Alex Neustaedter has quite a few movies this year. After star­ring in the sci-fi ad­ven­ture film “A.X.L” and land­ing a sup­port­ing role in “Amer­i­can Woman,” the young ac­tor still has sev­eral upcoming ti­tles. This in­cludes “Low Tide,” the short-movie “Ac­ci­den­tal Diplo­mats” and Sarah Lan­caster’s di­rec­to­rial de­but “Josie & Jack,” based on the Kelly Braf­fet novel of the same name. On TV, Neustaedter is also known for play­ing Bram Bow­man in “Colony,” which ran for three sea­sons.

What’s more, Neustaedter might also move on to other as­pects of film­mak­ing. “I’ve been dab­bling in writ­ing a bit, noth­ing too se­ri­ous right now, but I do en­joy it,” he said. “Ul­ti­mately, I’d love to write and di­rect some­thing down the line. I will only make some­thing when I feel like it’s a story I have to tell. So, we’ll see.”

Out­side the movie business, Neustadter is also known for his part­ner­ship with Oceana. “They work to­ward con­serv­ing and pro­tect­ing our oceans and their ecosys­tems so we can con­tinue to feed our grow­ing pop­u­la­tion and keep our trash out of the ocean,” he ex­plained. “I am a huge lover of our ocean, and it is so im­por­tant to me that we treat it well be­cause of every­thing it pro­vides us. As large and vast as it may be, it is vul­ner­a­ble to our im­pact. Col­lec­tively we need to take re­spon­si­bil­ity for our ac­tions that in­di­rectly and di­rectly af­fect the oceans for our fu­ture gen­er­a­tions.”

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