LANGUAGESAccents & Dialects Native: American-Standard High standard: French, Italian, Middle Eastern Languages Native: English, French High standard: Moroccan, Spanish
SkillsVehicle Licences Car Driving Licence
Brice Bexter is proving to be a truly versatile international talent. Selected as one of the Arab Stars of Tomorrow 2020 by Screen International. The up-and-coming actor will bring his skills to the big screen in various projects in 2021. Bexter’s major appearance is set to be in the new international political drama “Redemption Day” starring Gary Dourdan, Serinda Swan, Andy Garcia, Ernie Hudson, Robert Knepper, Samy Naceri… Bexter plays one of the lead roles, a top Moroccan secret service agent who assists an ex-US marine to infiltrate a terrorist group to save his wife and American hostages.
In August 2020, Brice joined the cast of the new upcoming TV show Glow&Darkness produced by Dreamlight & directed by José Luis Moreno set to be released in 2021, starring Jane Seymour, Denise Richards, Joan Collins among many other internationally acclaimed actors. Brice will interpret the role of Humphrey of Toron a key figure of the 12th century’s crusades.
In October 2020, Brice joined the cast of the The Moderator produced by H-Films directed by Zhor Fassi-Fihri starring Gary Dourdan, Robert Knepper, Soraya Azzabi, Michael Patrick Lane among many. Brice will interpret a Moroccan detective.
In January 2021 Brice joined the cast of the upcoming French/Moroccan production Atoman: Wind Rider, featuring the first Moroccan-African superhero. Brice will interpret a young Berber-man gifted with superpowers.
Brice also interpreted a brainwashed young American/Muslim who returns to Syria to pledge allegiance to ISIS. Centered around a beautiful love story the gritty indie drama “Greetings from ISIS” reunites a rising international up-and-coming cast. In March 2020 the film was among the official selection at the National Film Festival in Morocco.
Born in Lausanne, Switzerland from a French/Moroccan mother and British/Czech father, Bexter was raised by his grandparents in Morocco. His multicultural upbringing further allows him to play diverse characters from various backgrounds. Fluent in English, French, Spanish and Moroccan Arabic. Brice’s acting is rich in emotions with a great understanding of human beings and how to incarnate them.
An important figure in Brice’s life is undeniably his grandfather, Hassan El Glaoui, one of Morocco’s most acclaimed painters and son of the last Pasha of Marrakech. Growing up in his workshop had a big impact on Bexter’s passion for the visual arts. At age 19, Brice moved to NYC, where he attended the New York Film Academy and the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute which allowed him to further develop his craft. Brice has made acting a priority since late 2016 after graduating from University College London with a BA and MSc in Management.