Alex Karpovsky is an actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and film editor. He is well known for his portrayal of Ray Ploshansky in HBO’s Girls and is also known for playing Craig Petrosian on the Amazon series Homecoming. His debut feature The Hole Story earned him a slot in Filmmaker magazine’s 25 new faces of independent film. Most recently, he had roles in films like Hail, Caesar!, Girlfriend’s Day, The Front Runner, and The Sound of Silence.
Alex was born as Alexander Karpovsky on September 23, 1975, in Newton, Massachusetts, the USA under the birth sign of Libra. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a Russian-Jewish ethnic group.
His parents are Russian-Jewish immigrants. Alex’s father is a professor of computer engineering at Boston University.
Furthermore, Karpovsky completed his high school education in his native place. Later, he attended Boston University and graduated in 1997. After that, he studied visual ethnography at the world-famous University of Oxford.
The Girls star is yet to be married and does not share any children. The actor, despite the popularity, has managed to keep his personal life private and has never talked about his affair, dating, and relationship in the public.
Currently, Karpovsky has not clarified whether he is married or in a relationship with someone.
Till now, Alex has not clarified about his married life, affair, girlfriend, and spouse. Currently, he is focusing on his work and it seems like he doesn’t have time for love affairs. Moreover, his current relationship status is unknown.
Karpovsky’s net worth is $16 million. As a successful actor, screenwriter, producer, and film editor, he was able to collect a good amount of money.
According to the source, the average salary of an actor is around $50,301 with a median bonus of $1,032 and for a Film/TV Producer is $67,872 per year.
Furthermore, he makes a good amount of money from his social media accounts. From his Instagram sponsor post, he makes about $68.25 – $113.75
He also made decent money through his acting career:
Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
|$32.9 million||$11 million|
Tiny Furniture (2010)
The 43-years-old filmmaker started his professional career in the mid-2000s. Also, he wrote, produced, directed and acted in a film The Hole story, in 2006. He also made a guest appearance in a film Cubby Knowles. In 2008, he directed a comedy film Woodpecker.
As a writer and director, he has written and directed several movies and comedy skits whereas he wrote an Amazon TV series The New Yorker Presents, in 2016.
In 2017, his romcom web series Love’s first season released on Netflix. The same year, he enacted in a Netflix’ comedy film Girlfriend’s alongside Bob Odenkirk, Amber Tamblyn, Rich Sommer, Toby Huss, and other stars.
In 2018, he played in a romantic thriller film Rosy alongside Stacy Martin, Tony Shalhoub, and Johnny Knoxville.