Alex Renée Hubbard, Validated, Web-Series Promo Shoot, Bri Bllake Photography

More than you need.

Actor, singer, puppeteer, song-writer, guitar and ukulele player, photographer, and lover of all things dog/classic Disney.

Alex first began performing in her church in the church musicals, and soon found a home at Auburn Area Community Theatre, playing roles varying from Charlie in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, to The Witch in Into the Woods.

Alex Hubbard has worked and/or taken classes with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, The Springer Theatre, New Horizon Community Theatre, Auburn Area Community Theatre, Southern Union State Community College, and The University of Alabama.

After graduating from the youth program at Auburn Area Community Theatre (AACT), Alex taught at the Summer Intensive camp at AACT for two years.

Alex has been involved in puppetry since the age of thirteen, and was personally trained by Avery L. Jones who was the puppeteer for Slappy in the most recent Goosebumps movie franchise. Since then, she and Avery worked together for years producing a sketch comedy show on YouTube titled, The Puppet Improv which appeared on a local television station in the Lee and Russel County area for consecutive years.

Alex graduated Summa Cum Laude from The University of Alabama with a major in Theatre Performance and a minor in Telecommunication and Film. Directly after graduating, Alex was cast and began working with The Birmingham Children’s Theatre located in the heart of Birmingham, Alabama. BCT is one of the nation’s oldest and largest professional theatre companies for young audiences, and was the absolute perfect place to begin Alex’s professional career. From trotting across a bridge as Gloria in The Three Billy Goat’s Gruff, to rocking out as herself/Dori in Schoolhouse Rock Live!, BCT is a treasure and will always have a place in her heart.

Now in Atlanta, Georgia, Alex found her way into the theatre family at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre and Conservatory in Roswell, Georgia. She was an acting apprentice in their 2018-2019 season, performing in tours for their Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) program, as well as main-stage productions. Alex performed 4 shows in reporatory during her apprentice year for their TYA program nearly 200 times, at over 80 schools, to crowds as big as 2,000 people.

After having a fantastic 10+ years of focusing on the stage, Alex is ready pursue a different medium: Film.

Alex has performed in 9 short films so far, a handful of which were student driven at The University of Alabama (Roll Tide), and she is looking forward to diving deep into the rich film industry of Atlanta.

Photo by Bri Bllake Photography