Singer, songwriter, actor and performer with a wide vocal range.

At age 4 he made his stage debut as a child actor, and was primarily acting until he began his singing career in 1999.

Since 2006 Lucas Alexander worked as a solo-artist with his symphonic rock band and recorded the album “A Myth From Beyond” in 2009. He also fronted several bands as the lead-singer: From 1999 the punk/metal band “The Cannibals”. From 2001 the hard-rock band “Firefly Rocket”. From 2004 “Lucas Alexander & The Angelic Devils”. Additionally he performed several other styles of musical genres: Opera arias, blues, pop, ballads, dance, goth-rock, traditionals, folk and avant-garde. Between 2002-2004 he performed with German punk-queen Nina Hagen, and in 2003 they recorded the album “Big Band Explosion” with Leipzig Big Band.

In 2010 Lucas Alexander formed the Future Pop band M:O:T:U [Masters Of The Universe] with musician Claus Collstrup and has released 2 music videos “Paranormal” and “Infinite Love” and a live concert video “M:O:T:U Live In Concert 2012”. The release of the M:O:T:U album is scheduled for 2013.

He continues to act as well. In 2013, a new Edgar Allen Poe shortfilm version of “Masque Of The Red Death” will be released, featuring Lucas Alexander in the lead role as Prospero, which is the title of this Danish film-adaptation.

Lucas is also a talkshow interviewer as well as the host of a documentary series by AGE OF TRUTH * TV.