→Biography:Alexandre has a pretty average background for a growing child celebrity, and to be completely honest, that's not exactly a good thing. From an early age he was thrown into commercials, small roles, and anything that his father--Jordan Twist--could get him into. Because of this the boy had little time to be a child, and was forced to grow up quickly to assimilate to the busy lifestyle. Even more unfortunate, was his father's previous track records, which include illegal substance abuse, alcoholism, and (from what we have just recently come to learn) using Alexandre as collateral for things he could not pay in time. Alexandre was subjected to abuse, both sexual and physical, at an early age. This has obviously been kept deeply deeply hidden from the public eye.
At the age of fourteen he landed his first major role in a teen drama were he played an estranged juvenile delinquent. With that breakthrough performance the first thing he did was fire his father as manager. There has been no signs of Jordan Twist in his life after the start of his famous career, and we believe that his father may be the key to reverting Alexandre back to one normal personality. He lied about his age to get the role, said he was eighteen. The role required for him to toy with guns, drugs, alcohol, and to engage in sexual behavior with women. When he did turn eighteen he was cast in the role that propelled him into stardom. A 21st century interpretation of Oliver Twist, the irony of his name maybe affecting him a little more than it was supposed to. He was nominated for numerous awards, winning a couple humble ones. He then made a four year contract to star as the lead in a famous "spy vs spy" style novel trilogy, which branded him an "action star". In between that contract he was allowed to do some other work. One was a cameo appearance on a popular prime-time television series, as a musician, showcasing his lesser known singing talent. But the role that finally achieved him an Academy win, at the ripe age of 24, was his take on Louis XIII of France, in a non-canon historical drama film. Louis was a man who was alleged to have had homosexual relationships with men in his court.
There have been other roles he has done, minor appearances and cameos, but these seem to be the most prominent, and the ones he is most known for. And it is these roles, influenced by the mental scarring of being abused as a child as well as his choice of "Method acting"(which we have been researching and coming to realize that it is in fact quite dangerous) that have created an imbalance in his personality. We can easily interpret that "Alexandre Twist" is a mere shell, or sort of vassal, for all of these men. Our hope is to reverse it.
→Things to take into mind: There is not one central personality, but we have interpreted that because "Oliver Twist" seems to be the character most like him because of their names, he takes to this personality the most. Alexandre, or Oliver, is gentle, caring, polite, and always wanting to help with whatever he can. In this state Alexandre is in fact very likable, and from what we have gathered it is this personality that seems most present in the public eye. Then there is "Jensen Graves", the delinquent he played when he was fourteen. This personality is more apparent whenever Alexandre is angry, or seems troubled. And from this personality is where he get the substance abuse, which is hard to try and make him stop because of how little "Jensen" makes an appearance. But when he does precautions must be taken because of how dangerous he can get. Then there is the spy "Allory Jackles" and the musician "Steven Hulls". Allory is a bit more confident in himself, as well as skilled in dangerous arts, but not spontaneous and uncontrollable like Jensen. Allory is a lot more understanding, incredibly smart, almost genius-like, but he only seems to make an appearance at important events. He is also one of Alexandre's public faces. Steven is a little introverted, but not troubled in the least. Like Oliver he is polite and kind, but he likes to remain to himself and his music. Finally we have Louis.....Louis is definitely a challenging aspect of Alexandre's personality to deal with. Being a "king" he demands many things, which we cannot give him. But we have found it quite interesting how Alexandre's interest in men seems to spike whenever Louis makes an appearance.
Overall, if we had to bring his personality to one, which we are hoping to do, Alexandre is generally a good person, someone who needs help with addiction, but who also likes to make an impression and from time to time have some space to himself. We are still debating what to think about the fluidity of his sexuality. Yet we have seen some glimpses of what we believe to be the true Alexandre. Our theory is that he has been so damaged by his past that the quiet, reserved boy he used to be has faded into the background of these more prominent personalities.