Alexandru Nagy is born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on the 25th of April 1990.

Bachelor of Arts in Acting at ”I. L. Caragiale” NUTAC The National University of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography, Bucharest – 2012

Master of Arts in Theatre Directing at East 15 Acting School, London – University of Essex – UK 2013

Founding Artistic Director of ”8pt” (2015-present) – itinerary performance theatre; TIP Theatre of Independent Professionals (2011-present) and “Noah’s Ark” TAM The Amateurs Theatre (2006-2011).

The first director who stages a theatre performance on ”Henri Coandă” International Airport, Otopeni, Romania – ”AIRPORT” by Ștefan Caraman – March 2014.

The youngest Romanian opera director (23 years old), with the staging of Giacomo Puccini’s ”Il Tabarro” at Brașov Opera House – September 2013. The production was dedicated to Maestro Vasile Moldoveanu, Tenor.

In August 2012 at “HOPYoung Actors Gala he was awarded with “Sica Alecsandrescu” Jury’s Prize for his performance as The Man with the Stick in Matei Visniec’s “A pocket full of bread“.

In September 2012 at The Pocket Theatres Festival he won the prize for Best Actor for his performance as Gogu in Teodor Mazilu’s “Fools under the moonlight“.

As an amateur actor and director he won together with TAM “Noah’s Ark” The Amateurs Theatre over 23 prizez for Best Actor, Best Director and Best Performance.

He currently continues to improve his teaching and couching techniques at The Acting Studio of The Romanian-American University and in the heart of Let it Go Acting Studio at Godot Cafe-Theatre in Bucharest.