Ian Alexander is an American actor, voiceover artist, and author who is known for having been projected in shows and motion pictures, for example, Buck Vu in The OA, Vic in Every Day, and Lance in Déjà Vui. It was announced In September 2020 that Ian Alexander had joined the cast of Star Trek: Discovery; Alexander played his first transgender character in Star Trek Canon.
Ian Alexander is right now 20 as indicated by his birthdate April 20, 2001
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Ian Alexander took an interest in network theater and melody during his primary school years.
Actor, Voiceover Artist, Writer
Father – He has worked with the Department of Defense.
5 ft 0½ in or 153.5 cm
48 kg or 106 lbs
Blended (White and Asain)
Ian Alexander is of European plunge on his dad’s side and has Vietnamese roots on his mom’s side.
He recognizes as trans manly and pansexual.
• Lean body
• Pierced ears and septum
Through online media, Ian Alexander has either embraced or advanced brands, for example, Vegan Rob’s, Health-Ade Kombucha, NYX Cosmetics, and FENCING.
He was brought up in a Mormon Family.
Ian Alexander Facts:
1. His mother moved from Vietnam to the United States.
2. Due to his dad’s work, he has lived in spots, for example, Hawaii, Japan, and Washington, DC.
3. It was in the year 2014 that he came out as transsexual.
4. From 2016 to 2019, he assumed the part of Buck/Michelle Vu in the secret dramatization web TV arrangement, The OA, wherein Ian Alexander co-featured close by any semblance of Brit Marling, Emory Cohen, Scott Wilson, Phyllis Smith, Paz Vega, and others.
5. He showed up by rejuvenating the personality of Vic in the 2018 sentimental dream dramatization film, Every Day, featuring Angourie Rice, Justice Smith, Debby Ryan, and Maria Bello.
6. Ian Alexander showed up in a scene of The Ellen DeGeneres Show in April 2019.
7. He was named as one of the Pride50: “exploring people who effectively guarantee society stays moving towards correspondence, acknowledgment, and respect for every strange individual” by Queerty in 2019.
8. Them magazine included him as one of the spread stars for the 2019 Pride issue, “highlighting three rising strange specialists whose work and lives are kicking off something new for LGBTQ+ perceive ability”.
9. As a voiceover artist, He gave vocals to the personality of Lev in the 2020 activity experience computer game The Last of Us: Part II. The character is likewise transsexual.