Alexis O’Loughlin Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Alex O’Loughlin is best known for the 2005 series Mary Bryant. He was born in 1976 August. He is Australian by nationality. His debut work was the 2004 film, Oyster Farmer. His character name was Jack Flange in this movie. In the next year, Alex appeared in Feed, playing Michael Carter. He also screen wrote and helped to produce this movie. In the same year, he was cast as Eric Fraser in Man-Thing. Next, in the year 2007, Alex acted for The Invisible. For Mary Bryant, he rose to prominence. He played the role of the lead character’s husband. This led him to the nomination of Silver Logie and the best main actor award from the Australian film institute. His best-known tv credit is the 2002 series The Shield. His character’s name was Kevin Hiatt, who was a detective. Alex’s other movies include the 2007 film August Rush and the 2009 film Whiteout. He is very famous and well appreciated for his cold attitude and amazing acting skill.

Personal Details of Alexis O’Loughlin

Place of Birth: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Birthday: August 24th,1976

Pet name: Alex

Real Name: Alexis O’Loughlin

Profession: Writer, Actor

Horoscope: Virgo

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: Australia


Sexuality: Straight

Color of Eyes: Hazel

Color of Hair: Dark Brown

Net Worth: $25 Million

Most Famous Work: Hawaii five-O

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Body Measurements of Alexis O’Loughlin

Physique: Unknown

Height in Meters: 1.85 m

Height in Feet: 6’03/4″

Weight in Kilogram: 83 kg

Weight in Pound: 183 lbs.

Chest: Unknown

Biceps: Unknown

Waist: Unknown

Shoe Size: 11 (US)

Family Details of Alexis O’Loughlin

Mother’s Name: Unknown

Father’s Name: Unknown 

Number of Siblings: Jackie O’Loughlin

Children: Saxon O’Loughlin (Son), Lion O’Loughlin (Son)

Spouse: Malia Jones (2014)

Education of Alexis O’Loughlin

National Institute of Dramatic Art 

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