Alex Wolff

Multi-hyphenate actor-writer-director and musician Alex Wolff is one of the most sought-after young actors in Hollywood with multiple exciting projects on deck. In 2018, he received buzz for his award-winning role in A24’s critically acclaimed horror film Hereditary, and the following year made his feature directorial debut, The Cat and the Moon, which he also wrote and stars in, to rave reviews. Wolff can currently be seen in Joey Klein’s Castle in the Ground, out May 15 on VOD, and also recently appeared in Human Capital, opposite Liev Schreiber and Marisa Tomei, and HBO’s Bad Education, starring Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney. He has appeared in a slew of other movies, including Jumanji: The Next Level, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, My Friend Dahmer and Patriots Day and on TV won huge acclaim for his performance in the HBO series In Treatment. Wolff gained international recognition from an early age when he co-starred with his older brother, Nat Wolff, in 2005’s musical comedy The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie. Nat & Alex Wolff and released their first studio album, Black Sheep, in 2011; their latest songs are currently available on iTunes and Spotify. (Photo by Udo Spreitzenbarth.)

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The Way We Get By: Alex Wolff Has Been Watching Magic Documentaries and Writing Monologues

By Alex Wolff | May 19, 2020

The Way We Get By: Alex Wolff Has Been Watching Magic Documentaries and Writing Monologues

Actor-musician Alex Wolff, whose latest film Castle in the Ground is out now on VOD, shares what he’s been doing during coronavirus lockdown.