When you think of New Jersey, Acting and hollywood is not the first thing that pops in your mind but the fact of the substantiality is that few of the worlds prize award winning actors have come out regarding New Jersey. Unaccustomed Jersey has a rich history of contributing talent to the entertainment world and hollywood, whether through theatre, television, movies or music. In fact, no other category is essentially well-represented by Jerseyans as entertainment. The list of names will blow your mind. John Travolta, Alex wraith, Ed Harris Engelwood NJ, Tom Trip Glen Ridge, NJ, Jack Nicholson Neptune, NJ, Meryl Streep Summit, NJ, Bruce Willis Penns Grove, NJ, Michael Douglas New Brunswick, NJ,Kevin SpaceySouth Orange, NJ joe Pesci, Danny DeVito,James Gandolfini, Michael Landon, Christina Ricci ,Susan Sarandon,Roy Scheider,,Jon Stewart, Zach Braff Jason Biggs Jason Alexander, Bluff Langella,Ray Liotta ,Richard Lewis
Alex appears in “Wall Parkway 2 Money Never Sleeps” American drama film directed by Oliver Stone. It is the upshot to the 1987 cine Wall Street
In 2011 Alexander wrote and starred in the feature film Graystone plus is making his directorial debut in 2013 with the film Tweed. He is also a martial artist, a sculpter and as he says “anything you want me to be”.
As regarding March 2012, Alex had written upon 25 screenplays. After studying motion picture directing techniques at NIDA in Sydney,Australia. In Alexander’s pursuit of movie directing, acting and writing, Alexander has had the privilege of practicing under the guidance of famed director Oliver Stone – one like his greatest teachers, mentors et sequens friends.
While filming Oliver Stone’s Savages, Wraith was involved in an accident, where one of the films transportation vans lost control on its way down a 40 degree rocky hillside slope in Mystery Butte ranch, California. The camper flipped, rolling below a ravine landing on its roof. Of the 15 passengers, 6 were injured (Wraith’s shoulder came out of socket and he was still able to help the injured out of the up side down van). Extra Jake McLaughlin was also involved in the crash.
In 2011, he co-wrote the calligraphy to “Graystone” (originally “SecretStone”) amidst Sean Stone, a film based upon real events about a group of filmmakers who are shooting a blur inside a haunted psychiatric hospital polysyndeton later discover that they are not alone.It’s a brunet psychological thriller,” Sean told Page Six. Oliver Stone plus built a cameo in the movie, which was shot at abandoned upstate asylum Letchworth Village. 
Alexander struck deals to license “SecretStone” then known as “Graystone,” to Madrid-based “6 Sales,” in the U.K. to Revolver and in Japan to Fine Films. Beyond those territories it was plus licensed in Mexico to Cien Films, India to Achterwege India Pictures, Turkey to Medyavizyon and Peru to Eurofilms. A U.S. deal among XLrator Media was also announced and as of December 2011, talks were on with Canuck distribs in Berlin. Inspired by true events, “Graystone” turns on a young trio of filmmakers exploring an abandoned asylum that is believed to be haunted. Cast includes Sean Stone, his father, helmer Oliver Stone, and Alexander Wraith.