|Born||December 11, 1986|
Alex House is a Canadian actor who was born on December 11, 1986. Alex House's recent filmography includes the movies Total Frat Movie (2016) and Long Branch (2011). Alex House appeared on the TV show Rookie Blue in 2012. Alex House keeps a low profile on Spotify with only a popularity score of 5 out of 100 and around 200 followers as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Screaming - Alexander Zabbi & Javi Enrrique Remix" from the album Screaming.
Alex House Movies
|Total Frat Movie||2016|
|Jane And The Dragon - Dragon Rules||2005|
|Jane and the Dragon: A Dragon's Tale||2005|
|The Safety of Objects||2001|
As of 2018, Alex House has appeared in about 6 movies. Some of the most recent Alex House movies include Total Frat Movie, Long Branch, and Jane And The Dragon - Dragon Rules. Alex House appeared as Billy Taylor in Total Frat Movie, released in 2016. Long Branch was released in 2011. Jane And The Dragon - Dragon Rules was released in 2005.
Alex House TV Shows
As of 2018, Alex House has appeared on only one TV show. Rookie Blue is the only recent TV appearance for Alex House. Alex House appeared as Bobby Love on Rookie Blue in 2012.
Alex House Popular Songs
Screaming - Alexander Zabbi & Javi Enrrique Remix
Screaming - Single
Party Love - Original Mix
PARTY LOVE - Single
Take Me Away - Original Mix
Muevelo - Single
Posima - Alex Barrera Remix
POSIMA - Single
As of 2018, Alex House has 200 followers and a popularity score of 5 on Spotify. Screaming - Single, PARTY LOVE - Single, and IBIZA 2K17 are some of the more popular Alex House albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Screaming - Alexander Zabbi & Javi Enrrique Remix, Party Love - Original Mix, and Take Me Away - Original Mix. Screaming - Alexander Zabbi & Javi Enrrique Remix has a popularity score of 5 out of 100, making it the most popular track from Alex House. Party Love - Original Mix and Take Me Away - Original Mix have popularity scores of 5 and 2, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.