Aleks Pevec is a Broadway actor who has been in the entertainment industry for seventeen years. Though he now splits his time between homes in New York and Los Angeles, Aleks spent the past decade performing as an original cast member of numerous Broadway shows. Credits include: Catch Me If You Can; The Most Happy Fella; Aladdin; and Evita with Ricky Martin. Most recently, Aleks appeared in the original company of Something Rotten! where he understudied the lead role of William Shakespeare. Aleks has worked with director/choreographer Casey Nicholaw (Book of Mormon, Aladdin, Mean Girls) on four Broadway productions and at The Old Globe Theater in San Diego.
Prior to moving to Manhattan, Aleks performed in the original LA company of Wicked and in Deaf West's production of Pippin at the Mark Taper Forum. His breakout role was the title character in The Who’s "Tommy", where he starred opposite Tony Winner Alice Ripley and Grammy Nominee Nona Hendryx. That year, Aleks was recognized with the annual Ticketholder Award for Lead Male Performance in a Musical for his portrayal of Tommy Walker.
In 2020, Aleks was honored to work on The Prom movie for Netflix, where he danced alongside Meryl Streep. Aleks has performed at the Kennedy Center Honors, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, The View, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman and four Tony Awards. He has been humbled to work with directors Joe Montello (Wicked), Michael Grandage (Evita), Jack O'Brien and Jerry Mitchell (Catch Me If You Can), and Rob Ashford (Kennedy Center Honors).
Aleks has been fortunate to share the stage with legends like Neil Patrick Harris, Anna Kendrick, Patina Miller, Sutton Foster, Karen Olivo, Elena Rogers, and Ricky Martin. He was delighted to perform for President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama during an inaugural evening of Broadway at the White House.
His high rock tenor vocals can be enjoyed on various original cast albums and have lead him to roles ranging from Riff-Raff in The Rocky Horror Picture Show to Jesus in North Carolina Theaters production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Aleks currently studies acting with Cameron Watson.
Outside of entertainment, Aleks is an avid surfer and has started his own surf company and brand called Lipsmack Surf. Lipsmack strives to outreach surfing to the LGBTQ community and other diverse communities in the belief that surfing is something that can and should be enjoyed by everyone.
If you're interested in getting out on the surf board, check out the Lipsmack Surf community here: www.lipsmacksurf.com.
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