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He is of Irish and Scottish decent and notes that his stepfather is Canadian. Alex studied acting at NIDA in Sydney and was in several TV and film projects in Australia before coming to the US looking for work.He had starring roles in the films Oyster Farmer (2004) and The Back-up Plan (2010), as well as on such television series as Moonlight (2008) and Three Rivers (2009).Being dropped into a super-charged storyline that promised higher ratings and more critical attention than ever before, O’Loughlin played a former Internal Affairs officer newly assigned to the Strike Team, an elite and often corrupt special unit lead by Vic Mackey (Michael Chiklis).Continuing his upswing, O’Loughlin returned to the big screen with the 2007 teen thriller, ‘Invisible,’ playing a recently paroled thug dating a troubled girl (Margarita Levieva) who attacks a high school kid (Justin Chatwin) and leaves his body to die in the woods, forcing his detached spirit to find help before it’s too late.
Teaming again with Man-Thing’s director Brett Leonard, O’Loughlin was credited with originating the idea for the story, centering on an investigator, played by O’Loughlin, in pursuit of a cyber-criminal suspected of killing women by force-feeding them to death.
While neither film was a critical success, O’ Loughlin’s star continued its steady rise Down Under, after appearing in the Australian television movies, White Collar Blue (2002) and Love Bytes (2004).
He next starred in the Showtime miniseries, The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant (2005), another homeland hit, in which he played Will Bryant, the husband of the title character, a woman who was among the first of the British convicts sentenced to an experimental penal colony in Australia in the late 1700s.
He also appeared in’August Rush (2007) a dramatic fairy tale starring Keri Russell, the late Robin Williams, and child star, Freddie Highmore.
In 2009 he starred in Whiteout alongside Kate Beckinsale, playing “the bad guy”. Alex returned to our screens the same year as Steve Mc Garrett in the reboot of Hawaii Five-O.
He followed his Oyster Farmer role with a part in the Australian made-for-television crime movie, Blackjack: Sweet Science, followed by the horror film, Man-Thing (2005).