Alexander Gould biography
Date of Birth: May 4, 1994
Alexander Gould’s career took off in 2000 when he was just six years old. He landed a guest appearance on the TV show Freaks and Geeks, another guest appearance on the hit sitcom Malcolm in the Middle, a role in an independent film called Mexico City and was chosen as the voice of Nemo in Disney’s feature film Finding Nemo (2003). Animation films take several years from start to finish, so by the time the film was released to theaters, Alexander was already nine years old, with several more credits on his resumé.
He’d completed a recurring role on Ally McBeal as well as guest appearances on 7th Heaven, Family Law, Even Stevens and Boomtown, in addition to the TV movie The Day the World Ended, Wes Craven’s feature thriller They (2002) and the independent film Wheelmen (2002). Along with his duties on Finding Nemo, Alexander provided Nemo’s voice for the video Exploring the Reef (2003) and for various talking toys.
Since then, he has had a recurring role on the NBC-TV series American Dreams and provided the voice of Bambi in Bambi 2 for a Disney straight-to-DVD project. He also provided a voice for the feature film Curious George and played a supporting role in the live action film How to Eat Fried Worms (2006).
Alexander is homeschooled by his mother, along with his two younger sisters Emma and Kelly, who also act. In his spare time, he likes to play video games, swim, hike and ride horses. His interest in marine biology precedes his role in Finding Nemo, and although he would like to continue acting, he would also like to be an inventor when he grows up.
Alexander and his sisters live with their parents, Tom and Valerie, in the Los Angeles area.
Alexander Gould Filmography