Alex Winter

Alex Winter is a writer-director whose most recent films are the documentaries Deep Web and Downloaded. A former child actor on Broadway, he found fame playing Bill S. Preston, Esquire in Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. The co-creator of the MTV show The Idiot Box, he made his directorial debut in 1993 with Freaked. Winter is currently working on a documentary about Frank Zappa. Learn more at his official website.

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Talks

In Memoriam: Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Anton Yelchin, Michael Cimino, David Bowie and More

By Filmmakers | December 21, 2016

In Memoriam: Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Anton Yelchin, Michael Cimino, David Bowie and More

Alex Cox, Joe Dante, James Marsh, Alex Winter and more remember some of the cinematic greats who passed away during 2016.

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Abbas Kiarostami

By Filmmakers | July 6, 2016

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Abbas Kiarostami

Talkhouse Film contributors, including Alex Winter and Robert Greene, offer their tributes to the late great Iranian director.

Alex Winter Talks with Henry Rollins for The Talkhouse Film Podcast

By Alex Winter | June 17, 2016

Alex Winter Talks with Henry Rollins for The Talkhouse Film Podcast

The two longtime friends and multi-hyphenates sit down for an entertaining, wide-ranging and story-filled conversation about their creative pursuits.