#AlexOLoughlin – Who loves him and why?

My first question is: ‘Can I shine in this role?’ Do I have a comprehensive understanding of this character? Do I also have an inherent, instinctual understanding of how I’m going play this character, does this character live within me already on some level? Am I going to be able to authentically bring honesty, integrity and life to this character and, defend this character with all my might? And so that’s our job as actors…

— Alex O’Loughlin, Vampires & Slayers, November 2008

Have you ever wonder where most of the fans come from that follow Alex O’Loughlin? Or do you know how he has built his career over the past 10 years? We have never done a filmography of Alex and as part of doing intense studies, that might be long overdue.

This is where the love comes from:

We have compiled this chart from the visits to our own site for the past 7 months from all the different countries in the world. Although it could be far removed from the actual Alex O’Loughlin fan base, I think it gives a fair indication of where most of his fans come from. We have in the past looked at other sites and their numbers and a similar pattern showed on them.

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As you can see the USA takes up more than a third of the people who show interest in our site and in Alex. This chart only shows the countries that got up to 1% of the total visits on their own. At the bottom we have the flags of the up and coming countries of interest. They all have done more that half a percentage point of the total visits.

You can find an Update on how the population of each country affects the rankings here:

I’m deeply appreciative of my fans and I try to express that whenever possible, and I certainly like to express that in my work.

— Alex O’Loughlin, Movieline, 19 April 2010

And this is why we love him:

Filmography

Love Bytes

He appeared in one episode of this Australian television series in 2003. It was called Net Nanny and he played Dave. For some reason this does not appear on his IMDB list of appearances and we do not have any accurate information about it at all.

White Collar Blue

He played Ian Mack in Episode 2:1, in this Australian TV series, broadcast in 2003 . He was a suspect in a crime.

Oyster Farmer

He played the male lead by the name of Jack Flange in this Australian movie, first released in 2004. Although this movie does not fall in everybody’s taste, we regard it as a must see for any Alex O’Loughlin fan.

BlackJack: Sweet Science

He played Luke Anderson in this Australian TV movie in 2004. This time he was on the wrong side of the law.

Australian Television:

Each of the pictures we used for this article, shows the very first close up of Alex in all of these roles. (Appologies in advance for some of the images that are not the best quality)

The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant

Alex as the husband of Mary Bryant, played one of the male leads Will Bryant in this Australian TV Mini-series in 2005. He was nominated for two Australian Awards in TV for this role – For Best Lead Actor in Television by the Australian Film Institute. And for a Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama series.

Although it is based on real historical figures, please note that it was freely romanticized, but really worth the watch. You will never see Alex this adorable again.

Man-Thing

He played the small town Deputy by the name of Eric Fraser in this Marvel Thriller directed by Bred Leonard, released in 2005. The movie is not a crowd favorite, but worth the watch to see Alex play a character far removed from the roles that made him famous.

Feed

He played a serial killer Michael Carter in this 2005 Thriller. Many fans do not have the stomach for this movie. If you can put prejudice aside, it is really worth the watch. Although the movie fall short on many counts, there are enough good moments to make it worth your while.

Australian Movies:

The Holiday

He plays the male part of a kissing couple right in the beginning of this 2006 movie – even before the opening credits start. Don’t blink or you will miss it.

The Invisible

Marcus Bohem is a guy with a criminal past (and present) and with a very dangerous school girl as a girlfriend in this 2007 movie. Alex did not have a big part in this movie, but it was still an essential role and he really created a character out of not much given. Some shots of him in this movie are just gorgeous!

The Shield

This American TV series is an acquired taste and Alex played a guest starring role of Kevin Hiatt in 7 episodes of  Season 6 – (6:04 – 6:10) that aired in 2007. The series was maybe already on its way out, but still I think a good experience for Alex in the bigger picture of his career.

August Rush

Marshall Connelly is the brother of one of the lead characters in this movie. The movie was released late 2007 and disappointingly without a two-minute dialogue between the brothers, that can be seen on the DVD as a deleted scene.

American Movies:

Moonlight

Mick St John was the character that really launched Alex into the wider audience in America in 2007-2008. Unfortunately the series experienced a lot of difficulties, including many changes in show runners and the writer’s strike that crippled a lot of programs in the USA television industry. For anybody who follows Alex’s career, a must see. Don’t look at campy picture of him with long hair and also the vampire show as genre and say ‘this is not for me’. The quality of the character he created is far beyond it all and I don’t think you can say you know Alex’s work, if you haven’t seen Moonlight.

I loved Mick more than anybody.

I had to live in his skin every day and every night for a long time.

— Alex O’Loughlin, Boston Herald, 1 October 2009

Criminal Minds

As a warm-up role to get him out of a 10 month hiatus Alex portrayed Vincent Rowlings as a guest star in this very popular series in Season 4 Episode 22, in 2009. Once again he showed what makes him so special and good at his craft.

Whiteout

For me personally a somewhat disappointing movie if you look at the list of cast members. Alex is Russel Haden in this 2009 crime thriller. The story, cast and characters had so much more potential than the final product showed.

The Back-up Plan

Alex in his first American movie lead role as Stan in this 2010 Romantic Comedy. Amongst a cast of well-known and famous actors he really shined. He might have been chosen to just look pretty, but he made the character of Stan his own and made him believable, although most people would say men like that, don’t exist in real life.

Three Rivers

What a pity that CBS made a mess of this series about organ donation. As heart transplant surgeon Alex plays Dr Andy Yablonski in the 13 episode series, first broadcast in 2009. Once again the great potential of a good cast was not really utilised to bring this story to life. (For me personally this might be one of the most important characters Alex will ever portray, because of its general message to humanity)

American Television:

Hawaii Five-0

At present since 2010, Alex is Steve McGarrett, a Navy SEAL that became a cop in a special task force for the Governor of Hawaii.

Although I enjoy the show tremendously, I really do hope this is not the character that is going to define the career of the Actor Alex O’Loughlin. There must be lots more potential for him to tell stories of many divers characters. I would love to see them all come to life……..

As an Aussie playing this hugely iconic American character, I feel truly honored. Thanks for trusting me!

— Alex O’Loughlin, InStyle, April 2011

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85 responses to “#AlexOLoughlin – Who loves him and why?

  1. OK, that’s all great, but please – where am I here? I mean, my Croatia is such a small country, and I’m probably the only one here from Croatia, but you can still add me (and I know there are a lot more people in Croatia that love Alex and H50) in like 0,01%. Pretty please???

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    • FOYeur

      I actually also wanted to ad from which countries we get the most commentry and in that you would definitely make you own country proud. We hardly get any comments from Germany, that are a big visiting country here.
      You are definitely somewhere above the 0.01%. I am not at my own computer, but I will let you know about it!

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    • Hahahaha… I was just thinking the same. I’m currently in Bosnia, but since I live in London, I’ve decided to see myself as part of that number, though it’s wrong since the numbers are based on visits to the site. And the worst thing is, I didn’t start off as a fan. I watched like two episodes of H50 got inspired to write a story (I felt Steve needed a family, some long lost love, so I have him one). I wrote the story as an escape from all the political S^^^ show in Bosnia. Now, I’m researching, sending out e-mails, writing the second part… Already planning the third part where Steve becomes a grandfather (Sofia gets married and the conversation I have between Steve and John hahahaha – I will need to work on that, I mean, Steve is protective not a monster) and then finds out that Malina is pregnant… Anyway, I was shocked to find that ‘my character’ is a real person, long story short, I got to know about Alex, what a cool guy. Don’t be surprised if you see a lot more of me around all over the web. 😀 As a writer, it is my duty to research my subjects. Though I should be researching Hawaii… Will be getting on with that now.

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  2. LaHagela (The Tinkler)

    I really really wish we could get our hands on some decent digital copies of those early OZ roles. I really would like to see them in their entirety, in watchable quality.

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    • Trust me Justine, they wouldn’t have been great roles. (This said by the only person in the world who didn’t care much for TOF 😄)

      Great recap of Alex’s career, FOYeur

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    • FOYeur

      Can’t agree more, but I doubt if there are anything like that available anywhere. Hopefully there will one day be some fan that actually work for the TV networks that own these projects.

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    • there is a pretty good collection of BlackJack videos on You Tube, and even Love bytes – and few weeks ago someone posted White collar blue… and rest of it I found on torrent (yeah, I know, piracy and all – but that was the only way…)

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  3. heymomo

    Great post FOYeur!! Also a great reminder of what I have yet to watch 🙂
    I can’t imagine where you found some of these pics, especially the ones of the early TV shows. Nicely done!
    Also, yay Canada for 6%!

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    • paula

      I think one little doggy has missed some of our posts 😉 we have actually posted pics of his earlier works before too 😀

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  4. vanduyn

    Excellent recap of Alex’s work. Thanks so much! 😀

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  5. That was Alex in “Criminal Minds” 😮 Oh my.. WOW!! Got me, he was great.
    But… Now you show me that pictures of Dr. Andy, and I might have to watch him again!! just a few episodes! 😉
    Thanks for the recap on Alex’s life,
    I see Canada is represented, so that is good! 🙂

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  6. Thanks for This…I have them all except black jack science and white collar blue.greta pics!

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    • I have both Lucy. They are wonderful BJSS is available on Amazon and WCB from Israel I have seen LOVE BYTES and barely knew Alex as he is today. He plays a bit of a working class Yobbo but he plays it well like all his parts!!

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      • canadagirl66

        Really?!!! *leaves to check out Amazon*

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        • Hi CG
          here is the link for WHITE COLLAR BLUE given to LLOL by our Wonderful Fever. I got mine in a very timely manner They are $27.00 Postpaid Good luck Honey
          http:www.ioffer.com/i/white-collar-blue-seasons-1-2-aussie-tv-530

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          • canadagirl66

            Thanks so much pommi…I will definately check it out!! As for BJSS…I found it at Amazon.com. I’m concerned though that I won’t be able to play the DVD due to it’s format…this is the description…WILL NOT PLAY ON STANDARD US DVD PLAYER-you need a multi-region PAL/NTSC compatible DVD player to view it…. Did you have any issues with your DVD? I would hate to fork out $55 and not be able to watch it 😦

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            • I bought a Phiilips Universal DVD player from Amazon. It plays EVERYTHING in all formats I love it !!!So easy to programe and i only paid $45.00 for it Brand new!!!Check it out. Did you read the comments about WCB Apparently it also plays on line in some cases. Let me know babe and Good luck

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              • canadagirl66

                I just ordered WCB!!!! Thanks again for helping me out on that one pommi!!
                I found a Samsung Universal DVD player on Amazon.com for $50 but they will not ship it to my canadian address 😦 So I checked out Amazon.ca and found the exact same one for $100…WTF?!!
                hmmm…I have to give this one some serious thought…normally no price is too high to complete my Alex collection….but this one gives me pause.
                Let’s see…$55 for the Black Jack Series of which I will probably only watch S2.1… plus $100 for the DVD player just to watch that ONE episode…yep…definately have to sleep on this one!

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                • FOYeur

                  Also why I have never bothered with buying it. Just to much for what you get. Just watch the bits and pieces of it on You Tube.

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                  • canadagirl66

                    I think that is wise advise FOYeur. Not only will I save money but I will also avoid NotMcG’s questions and disapproving look when I ask him to hook up my new universal dvd player!! 😀

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                    • FOYeur

                      And Not McG must be kept happy at all times. He should reap the benefits of the AOL inspired passion – then it’s win win for all!! 😀

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                    • canadagirl66

                      And he does sister…AND.HE.DOES!!!
                      AOL=female viagra

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                    • You will Love your new DVD player. You can scout Amazon for any DVD and NEVER have to worry about Regions ever again!! Besides Alex LOVES it when you buy all the DVDS he has made , He told Me at Australians in film {THUD}

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                    • canadagirl66

                      Oh pommi…you make it very hard to listen to my voice of reason…especially when you talk about what Alex said!!!! What to do?! What to do?!
                      *thinking* *thinking* *thinking*

                      p.s. I am SOOOO JEALOUS that you’ve met Alex THREE TIMES…happy for you too…but mostly jealous 😆

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                    • Darling
                      Go with your own heart and wallet do what is right for YOU. and I’ve actually met Alex 5 times and got two amazing close hugs but don’t be jelous. He loves ALL of us and I have just beenj extremely Lucky and Blessed. I would walk over broken glass for him!!He is SO special. I love him SO much

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                    • canadagirl66

                      Awww…such sweet words pommi!! Of course I jest about being jealous. I am ABSOLUTELY THRILLED for anyone who gets a chance to meet that lovely man even ONCE let alone five times!!! You sound like a loving and dedicated fan and I hope that there are more AOL meetings and hugs in your future. I also hope that I will be as lucky and blessed as you one day…and I also hope that I can remain standing and coherent when it happens!! 🙂

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      • Thanks for letting me know .I will check it out add to my collection!

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  7. Lexy McLoughlin

    And we can only hope that his career continues to flourish for many more projects. It’s just not enough for his talent at this point. Thanks for this synopsis.

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  8. Awesome post! ♥ I have watched all of these except Feed, I’m such a wuss, cant seem to bring myself to watch it, even if Alex is naked! 😉 I have them all on DVD/hard drive as well except Love Bytes and White Collar Blue, although I have watched them both on utube. 🙂 And being from New Zealand I see I am terribly unrepresented on the poll, but you know what? I don’t mind, because I can proudly say I am the biggest fan in the entire country! and my TV channel here knows it lol they have often tweeted me saying the exact thing! hehe 😀 Plus I have also met two international ‘stars’ here in NZ who are close with Alex and Scott and they both remarked to me about H5O (I was wearing my Book me Danno and I ♥ Hawaii Five-O t-shirts at the time), so when they mention it to them (which they will 😉 ) I will be able to say, Hi, I’m your biggest fan from New Zealand and they would have heard of me! hahaha 😀 I am such a dreamer lol

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    • FOYeur

      Do you get H5-0 at more or less the same time as Australia?
      Lucky for everybody that feel like they are maybe the only big fan from their own country, is the fact that their are such lovely fans from around the globe! We are a country of our own! And I am sure there will be a lot of fighting about who is the biggest fan of Alex and H5-0 in this “global country” of ours 😆

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      • We dont get it at all! 😦 It was pulled after ep 6 Season 2 for lack of ratings, I run the NZ fanpage, there are a few die hard fans, but I consider myself the NZ Queen of them lol

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        • FOYeur

          What type of TV get good ratings there in NZ? I always thought that H5-0 was doing pretty well in all the countries!

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          • Not here unfortunately 😦 No matter how much I harass the TV station and write to the TV Guide, mags, FB etc. Programmes that do well in NZ: Reality Shows are top rating, Comedy shows like Mrs Browns Boys and Graham Norton are very popular, a locally made medical drama very popular, Kiwis seem to like British programmes alot and Coronation Street does well (puke). We do show American made like Greys Anatomy, Private Practice, all the CSI’s, NCIS.s etc and they have a loyal following. The thing with Hawaii Five-O is that they did very little promotion then put Season 1 prime time, so when it didn’t do so well they moved the timeslot till much later at night 11pm without warning and people missed a few episodes before they realised the change. It lost even more viewers then. They brought back Season 2, still really late at night with no promotion again after a huge break and it bombed rating’s wise. They pulled it before the episode in Korea. It wont be back. 😦 I just thank the people who upload the eps to the Internet, because it takes many many months for the DVD’s to be released in New Zealand after they have been released everywhere else in the world.

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  9. buttercup

    Switzerland 3% 🙂 I absolutely admire your work ladies, you are fantastic, doing all this research stuff, thanks! I enjoy your page every time, it makes me giggle, gape, chuckle and and and .. (and I have to excuse myself for my bad language skills, maybe sometimes I get the wrong words! First-time-blogger) But nevertheless I share your love for the one-and-only AOL and that’s for sure! One day without watching Steve save the world is a rainy day! Greetings from Switzerland

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    • FOYeur

      I am sure a lot of that 3% is you 🙂
      Never worry about your use of the English language please! We enjoy all your comments very much!
      It makes us enjoy him s much more…….

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  10. Thank you very much for this!

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  11. Portugal with only 2%?
    I know that in my country there are many fans of Alex, but we see that in proportion to the size of the country, Portugal is a small country!
    I’m a fan so addicted that I think worth a thousand! 😀

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    • FOYeur

      I think a lot of the people from Portugal like the sites from your own country maybe more than to visit us. You are very active there I think. And that is why the number is not that high, but I still think it is high for the size of the country. We should actually compare it with the number of people in a country, that would give a more accurate picture of the real size of the fandom in that spesific counrty % wise.
      Do you know the population number of Portugal?

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    • FOYeur

      Isabel, I did a quick calculation Portugal has less that 11mil people. the USA more that 315 mil. According to that, Portugal is doing way better per person that the USA, here on our site!!

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  12. Taty

    I am the rest of the 3% from Switzerland 😉 just wanted to say thank you for your great work!!! 🙂

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  13. Hi!! I am his 1% from Greece! Meeting Alex is one of the highlights of my entire life and I am doing my very best to spread the Alex-love , hope soon there will be plenty of us!

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    • I wish all would take this opportunity to shout out where they are from 😀
      Hello everyone! Why haven´t we heard a peep from anyone in the Scandinavia?! You know English!

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      • Karin A

        Hi! Yes, we do (at least I think I do) but sometimes it’s just what someone else commented – a kick in the butt is what is needed… I’ve been reading with much joy and interest since some November or something like that but I must be quite alone as Sweden is’nt showing at all in your chart. I’ll try to not just read but also comment in the future!

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        • FOYeur

          Hi Karin A.
          Thanks for following and commenting.
          Have a look at the Update I just posted. Sweden made the list! 🙂

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        • paula

          Hejsan Karin, wälkommen! Finally proof there´s AOL love on the other side of the puddle 😉
          Is Alex that poorly known also in Sweden as he is over here in Finland? Do you get H50 on TV or do you rely on online viewing too?

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  14. fever (switzerland)

    Oh 3% from Switzerland.. thats not bad.. but i think there are a lot more Alex fans out there. But not all of them are speaking english.. so thats why they are not writing on this side. but im Happy our smal country have 3% here. Im a big and longtime Alex fan.. and i have seen and collect all of his work.. so i also have a rar DVD from the Moonlight Pilot ( was called Twilight)

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    • fever (switzerland)

      Oh.. and thanks for listening all his work here.. I love this side.. Tahnks for the great Work you do here..

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      • Hey there, you´ve been gone a while 😀 The chart is based on the views on our site, but it is a bit odd that the German do not seem to comment here, they have probably the biggest AOL fansite in Europe and I would think they know how to speak and write in English…

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        • fever (switzerland)

          Paula.. thats true. The Germans learn english early at school. but maybe because they have a big Fanside.. they don’t go much to “other” language Boards. I try it to write sometimes .. but because i have learn most of my english from Tv shows and reading books.. i can not really god write. So im more the reader than the writer. But i love to be in contact with Fans from all over the World.

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  15. Karen

    Hi Paula! I’m from the US, New York City to be exact! I have to say that I simply adore Alex and have been a fan since Moonlight. I love this site, it always brings a smile to my face (and some interesting looks when I laugh out loud [at work usually] after reading the hilarious and raucous comments you ladies are famous for!) But I think I’m more amazed and really impressed at the # of “foreign” fans! There a numerous channels on American TV that offer foreign tv shows in the various languages but since I only speak English I wouldn’t know what to watch or even be aware of who’s a star! So a big shout out to everyone from everywhere from me – Alex has a way of bringing lots of people together!! And kudos to you and your team for doing such a great job with this site!!

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    • FOYeur

      Thanks Karen.
      It is one thing I really wish I could tell him one day – about all the wonderful friends he has given me!

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      • Its ok FOYeur
        All the loyal Ladies of LLOL fansite told him last year at SOTB. We had Americans Brits Canadians Portugese , Swiss {HI FEVER}Filipino Hawaiians GREEK {Hi TOULA} and tons of Aussies. He KNOWS w how much he is loved all over the World

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  16. SueB

    He really did make all those roles his own and showed the truth of his characters. Thank you!

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  17. After reading all of these comments, I feel so fortunate to be able to see Alex on tv nearly every week. I take for granted I can just drive to the nearest video selling store and grab a copy of Moonlight, 3Rivers, H50….or go online just as easily. You ladies from across the world are incredibly faithful in spite of your limited or delayed access to his works. I feel really petty when I whine about having to wait 3 weeks to see a new episode 😦 I thank you Paula and FOYeur for this site. This somewhat sheltered Midwestern girl is learning so much from you and all of the amazing Alex fangirls who post here. 🙂

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    • FOYeur

      Thank you for sharing the fun with us! Having people give feedback on what we do is great.
      Depending on the load of internet users where I live, it takes me anything from 2 hour to 12 hours to download one H5-0 episode every week. But sharing the fun with everybody from around the world makes it all worth while!

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    • canadagirl66

      Well said lurxgirl!! I feel so privledged and spoiled that I get to enjoy Alex on TV every week (evey DAY really…thanks to H50 reruns) I am so proud of all the dedicated fangirls who are not able to rely on their television provider for their weekly Alex fix.
      And I also want to thank Paula and FOYeur too for this place…where all us fangirls from all over the world can ‘meet’ and share our love for AOL!!

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      • AMEN TO THAT !! God bless FOYeur and Paula for all their hard work and dedication for all of us and to Westy as well on her blog. I love this amazing assement of Alex’s Career and all the wonderful topics and comments
        XOXX to ALL

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  18. canadagirl66

    Well it’s pretty obvious what country I represent….I’m thrilled that our relatively sparsly populated country made it into the top five!!
    I’ve only seen a few canada girls comment here so there must be a whole lot of others just visiting. I hope that’s the case and not that I’ve skewed the numbers with my numerous visits per day!!
    It’s so exciting to converse with and share my love for AOL with so many other clever women from all over the world. I LOVE to read all the adoring, funny and naughty comments about our boy. And for those of you who worry about your english…please don’t…it is the only language I know and I have trouble with it. (It took me about 10 minutes to figure out how to spell ‘skewed’…I was convinced that there was a ‘q’ in it :lol:)

    As usual, great post FOYeur! I’ve seen all of Alex’s work except Man-Thing…still working up the nerve to watch that one. It’s funny that I have very few qualms about watching FEED but I have a real problem with swamp monsters in the dark 😀 I would LOVE to add Love Bytes and White Collar Blue to my Alex collection…maybe someday someone will get smart (and rich) and make them available!

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    • FOYeur

      LOL.
      The swamp monster is really not that bad. I do not watch Horror movies, but found this one quite tame. If you can stomach the corpses we have seen lately on H5-0, you’ll be fine. The worst thing about the movie is Bret Leonards acting 😀

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  19. Farkspark

    The best thing that could be done would be a moonlight DVD with extras: gag reel and deleted scenes. I just imagine Alex, Jason an Sophia would have had many funny moments and it I unlikely to happen ever but a gag reel of our fave vamp would be worth it’s weight in diamonds and gold!

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    • paula

      Some ML b-roll videos can be viewed on youtube with a link. They were not so much gag-reels but a couple of scenes with Alex pulling his face, and then just some scenes of him messing up his lines. A fan, Sandex, bought them and posted them on youtube. If you don´t know the links just ask 🙂

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  20. leiCa

    Hello Ladies! I’m part of the 10%. And now I feel seriously ashamed. I have absolutely no excuse for not commenting because I’m totally in love with your studies. This post was my personal kick in the ass. Maybe I’m a lazy person? Yes? No! Yes. Maybe…
    But I think fever is right. There’s a big german fanbase and I’m part of a great community too, where I ‘met’ a lot of amazing girls (like fever :-)). And you can only drool so much…….. NOT.
    I don’t think it’s the language barrier, most of us watch Alex’ work in the original version. Nothing is better than hearing his voice, I want him to make an audiobook or read the telephone book, doesn’t matter, something. Yes, his aussie slang gives us a hard time, but I don’t care. ‘Yeah roiiight…’ Totally love it…
    But I’m rambling, always happens when I’m talking about HIM.
    Back to you and your brilliant work, that never ceases to amaze me. Funny, diversified, spot on, sharp eyed (is there such a word?) and regardful! And that’s the point that characterizes your studies:
    Drooling with respect!

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    • FOYeur

      leiCa, Thank you so much for stopping by to make a comment. And such a beautiful one at that.
      I just love your phrase “Drooling with respect!”. I think it is spot on, about what we are trying to be here.
      We always see the numbers of people visiting and that is heart warming. But we also love to hear from other how they feel! Thank you…

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  21. Marta

    Great recap Foyeur! I want to thank you for your dedication to this blog allows us to entertain us, know and recap all the work of Alex. And thank to Paula most of us could finally watch the episode of White Collar Blue. Hugs from Portugal.

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  23. Thank you for the summary of Alex’s career. I have to say his best role was Mick St. John in Moonlight. He played such a conflicted character so well. Then, he was great as Dr. Andy in Three Rivers. And, now, as Steve McGarrett, he plays the character very well. I wish him continued success and that he will continue to play many diverse characters.

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