Alex Herrald

Alex is a New York City based actor and very proud member of Co-Op Theatre East. His work with Co-Op Theatre East includes roles in the staged reading of Decadent Acts (Pace University) by Ashley Marinaccio, A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer (Gene Frankel Theatre), and the 2008 Questionable Content Festival (Gene Frankel Theatre). Other New York theatre credits include Buddy Holly at the Armory (Prospect Theatre's Dark Nights Series), Ronnie in The House of Blue Leaves (The Gallery Players), Andrea in Galileo (The Milk Can Theatre Company at Urban Stages), Earl Lindquist in The Tender Trap (Retro Productions at the Spoon Theatre), George in The Meaning of Life... and Other Useless Pieces of Information (Rope Swing Entertainment at the 45th St. Theatre), Thomas Kid in The Reckoning of Kit and Little Boots (The Gallery Players and Engine 37 at the Gallery Players and Manhattan Theatre Source), and
Hans/Brunette Waiter in Dinner With Ahmed (Blume Media Group at the American Theatre of Actors). Alex was also in the 2008 College Academy Award winning film for comedy, The Conservatory, directed by Reed Van Dyk, as well as the short films Currents, Rooth and B, and Hypno (feat. James Franco). Alex is an alumnus of Cornell University.