Dimitriades' raw filmic energy was subsequently put to good use as the lead in the highly successful internationally released television series Heartbreak High. Award-winning director Michael Jenkins then handpicked him for the lead in the television cult hit Blue Murder, a miniseries that still sets the standard in Australian television history.
From 1995 through 1997 Dimitriades ignited the film and TV world with rare performances in numerous films and television until it all climaxed with the featurefilm Head On in 1997. Head On was chosen to lead the Australian film industry to the Cannes Film Festival where it received critical acclaim and Dimitriades an army of international fans. Dimitriades was nominated for an AFI award for Best Actor in Head On and went on to receive the coveted Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Actor Award.
Dimitriades continued to forge a varied and eclectic career in theatre, film and television. Year 2000 was a huge year for Dimitriades with three feature films and the pilot of a new series titled Young Lions.
2002 has seen Dimitriades playing the lead in the exciting prime-time series for Network 9, Young Lions, which was shot from April until September.
Dimitriades has cemented a reputation in Europe and the U.K., and continues to stun audiences with a mixture of charisma, sensuality and passion.
Alex Dimitriades Facts
|Birth Name||Alexander Dimitriades|
|Birthday||December 28, 1973 (47)|