Brave Artists Management Signs ‘Elephant’ And ‘Drillbit Taylor’ Actor Alex Frost
EXCLUSIVE: Just ahead of the 20th anniversary of Elephant, the Palme d’Or-winning Gus Van Sant pic that marked his breakout role, actor Alex Frost has signed with Brave Artists Management for representation. At the firm launched in 2019 by talent manager Mike Gillespie, he’ll be repped by Luna Wise, who came over to BAM at the start of the year.
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In Van Sant’s critically acclaimed psychological thriller released in October 2003, Frost portrayed teenage pianist and sketch artist Alex, who with his friend Eric (Eric Deulen), moves to orchestrate a school shooting. He’s otherwise perhaps best known for starring alongside Owen Wilson, Josh Peck and more in the Steven Brill-helmed coming-of-age comedy Drillbit Taylor, which Paramount released in 2008. Kristofor Brown and Seth Rogen scripted that title, which hailed from Judd Apatow’s Apatow Productions.
Frost has also been seen over the years in such notable features as Kimberly Peirce’s Iraq War drama Stop-Loss, Lee Toland Krieger’s Adam Scott-led dramedy The Vicious Kind, the dramatic comedy See You in Valhalla with Sarah Hyland, and Dustin Lance Black’s Virginia. He played the title role in the indie Calvin Marshall and additionally boasts credits like genre-bender Flight 7500, crime thriller The Lost and the short Queen of Cactus Grove with Alia Shawkat.
Most recently, the actor starred alongside Melissa Leo, Peter Fonda, Juno Temple and Scott in the biographical Netflix drama The Most Hated Woman in America, which tells the story of American Atheists founder Madelyn Murray O’Hair.
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