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Alex Ferns

Knowledge Identifier: +Alex_Ferns


Alex Ferns

Scottish actor and television personality, best known for his EastEnders role as Trevor Morgan, [GUI]Britain's most-hated soap villain[GUI] add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1968.

Countries: United Kingdom (33%), Scotland (22%), (22%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Scotland, Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None

Linked to: University of Cape Town




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Alex Ferns was born in 1968 add something


Ferns has been married to South African-born actress Jennifer Woodburne since 1996 add something


Ferns made an appearance in "The Ghost and the Darkness" before various TV roles, including "EastEnders" from 2000 ro 2002 add something


He has appeared in the 1996 movie "Shadow Man", as Schmitt, starring Steven Seagal add something


In 2003, Ferns played Lieutenant Gordon in the highly-acclaimed trilingual film "Joyeux Noël", which was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars, Golden Globe Awards and the BAFTAs add something


In 2004 he played Commander Martin Brooke, the lead role, in the short-lived ITV series "Making Waves" add something


Samantha Womack - She reprised the role at the Sunderland Empire alongside Alex Ferns in 2007


His theatrical work includes the role of the "tapeworm" in "I.D.", a play about Dimitri Tsafendas and his assassination of South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd, the 2008 national tour of Agatha Christie's murder mystery "And Then There Were None", and "Little Shop of Horrors" as the Dentist add something


He made a brief appearance in the Smirnoff Vodka advert in 2009 add something


He won the final of "Kitchen Burnout" in May 2010 add something


He starred as Luther in the 2011 London revival and subsequent UK tour of South Pacific add something


In 2011 he took the role of Scottish gangster Jimmy Boyle in the play about his life, "The Hardman", during a Scottish tour to positive reviews add something


In 2013, he starred as Lee in True West at Glasgow's Citizen's Theatre add something


In 2014, he starred in 24: Live Another Day add something


In 2016, he starred in ITV's Vera - series 6 episode 4 add something


He is known for his role as Rick Harper in BBC Scotland soap opera, River City between 2017 and 2018 add something


He played the role of Glukhov in the HBO 2019 miniseries Chernobyl add something