Heavily armed with performance training from The Howard Fine Acting Studio, The Groundlings, Margie Haber Studios, and an acting degree from Biola University, Jamie Alexander ricocheted from leading roles in Neil Simon’s The Good Doctor, Fools and Barefoot in the Park, to the musical leads of Bye, Bye Birdie, Anything Goes, and Hello, Dolly! In the summer of 2000, Jamie’s first television series Virtual Memory began, sustaining over 400 episodes, and leading to guest-starring roles on The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, Disney 411 and Mary-Kate and Ashley In Action! Soon after marked the completion of the world’s newest superhero with The Adventures of Megabyte Man, conceptualized, penned, and embodied by Jamie. Quickly following came a principle supporting role in the detective farce, Rock Slyde, starring Patrick Warburton and Andy Dick. Soon after, Jamie conceptualized, penned, and became the face of Chappy Duckfeet, completing Great Men of History: Behind the Screens. An avid soccer player, marital artist and CrossFit athlete, Jamie’s stunt work and elite athleticism also drove him into the commercial campaign for Reebok:CrossFit, and into the feature films Can I Get a Witness Protection? and Ten Cent Pistol. Jamie was also honored to provide the body and stunt movement for the Master Chief in the critically-acclaimed videogame, Halo 4.
He is currently in development of his new sic-fi comedy series, Area 52, and is represented by Margie Weiner Management and The Sovereign Talent Group.