Alexander Steele Zonjic
Alexander is an actor and playwright, born and proudly raised in the Rose City of Windsor, Ontario. The work he is exploring on paper, is the work he is exploring day to day. Endeavouring to engage in uncomfortable conversations in the name of truth and growth. Practicing vulnerability in his thoughts and feelings and being brave enough to have his mind changed in public, and potentially say the wrong thing. Embracing the ugly and the honest, Alexander hopes to create work that inspires transformative justice, empathy and a will to live together.
Alexander is a graduate of the Ryerson Theatre School where he was awarded the Lou Taube Memorial Award for excellence in, and dedication to theatre, and has also studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and Ecole Philippe Gaulier. His debut play ENOLA_GAY earned him the Robert Beardsley Award for Emerging Playwrights from the Playwrights Guild of Canada and the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto.