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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