Alexander Lyras

Alexander Lyras



Alexander Lyras was born in Greece in 1986. He is an actor, director, and producer best known for his work on films such as "The Lost Island" (2017) and "The Last of the Spartans" (2018).

Alexander's career began in 2002 when he appeared in the Greek television series "Laviro". He then went on to appear in several short films and commercials before landing his first feature film role in 2006's "The Lost Island". The success of the film led to him being cast in the lead role of the Greek drama "The Last of the Spartans" in 2018.

Alexander has also directed and produced several short films, including "The Last of the Spartans" and "The Underwater Dream". He has also starred in several plays, such as "Oedipus Rex" and "Romeo and Juliet", as well as writing and directing the play "The Man Who Saved Athens".

Alexander is passionate about film and theatre and has been an ambassador for the Greek Film Festival since 2017. He also serves as a mentor in the Greek film industry, helping to give advice to aspiring filmmakers and actors.

Alexander is a strong believer in the power of storytelling and believes that film and theatre have the ability to connect people from all walks of life. He is also a firm believer in the importance of education, and is heavily involved in charities that provide educational opportunities to young people.

Alexander is an inspirational figure in the Greek film industry, and he has been recognised for his work with numerous awards, including the Best Actor Award at the Greek Film Festival in 2018. His impressive body of work has made him one of the most respected actors and filmmakers in Greece.

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