How did Dr. Alex Sarkov get his PhD? What kind of education did he have growing up? Find out these answers and more in the video below, where Rhys Nicholson discusses his character’s backstory in The Imperfects Season 3 Episode 2, The Fall (airing November 6th on Netflix). He also gives some tips on what aspiring actors should do if they want to get into movies or TV shows like The Imperfects . The Imperfects 2022 – Meet Dr. Alex Sarkov, Played by Rhys Nicholson

Who is Rhys Nicholson?

Rhys Nicholson plays the main character on Netflix’s next original series The Imperfects 2022. He is an Emmy-winning actor and director who has made a career in television and film for more than two decades, on such hit shows as House of Cards and Lost. Since then he has starred in features such as Noah Baumbach’s The Squid and the Whale and HBO’s stunning Westworld, while directing episodes of House of Cards, iZombie and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt among many others.

Australian stand-up comedian

Originally from Perth, Western Australia, Rhys Nicholson has been making waves in the stand-up comedy scene since 2008. He’s performed at a number of major festivals including Just for Laughs and the Sydney Comedy Festival, where he also was awarded both Best Newcomer and Breakout Performer. His television credits include his own one-hour Netflix special (Rhys Says) and three seasons of Play School Presents: One Funny Thing on ABC TV in Australia.

The Imperfects 2022 - Meet Dr. Alex Sarkov, Played by Rhys Nicholson
The Imperfects 2022 – Meet Dr. Alex Sarkov, Played by Rhys Nicholson

Some of his TV shows

Rhys Nicholson is an award-winning and well-known actor who has been in many Hollywood blockbusters and TV shows such as House of Cards and Quantico but his next big project will be starring as Dr. Alex Sarkov in the upcoming show The Imperfects 2022 on Netflix. As the Chief Geneticist, he will play a central role to determine the future of all humans. He’s also very family oriented with two kids named Ryan and Katie. His relationship with his wife was strained after she learned that he had some genetic engineering done so they are divorced now. And yes, we got him to confirm that he’ll be naked quite often in the series.

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How did he get the role in The Imperfects?

Mr. Nicholson is an English actor best known for his leading role in 2011’s Killer Elite with Jason Statham and Clive Owen, along with other films such as Captain America: The First Avenger, Underworld, and The Transporter. He most recently starred in 2018’s American horror film The Nun. He also played a lead role in the UK detective series Broadchurch between 2013-2017 (along with lead actress Olivia Colman) and received a BAFTA nomination for his performance. As of 2019, he has been cast in Netflix’s forthcoming series The Imperfects as Dr. Alex Sarkov.

How has it been working with the amazing cast?

Rhys is a total pro and so much fun to work with! He has such a gift for creating believable and compelling characters from the script that we give him, which made him the perfect choice for the role of Dr. Sarkov in The Imperfects 2022. We’ve been excited about this project for a long time now, but it still feels surreal that our series will be on Netflix soon. It’s not too late to become one of our followers and stay up-to-date on all things Imperfects related!

The Imperfects 2022 - Meet Dr. Alex Sarkov, Played by Rhys Nicholson
The Imperfects 2022 – Meet Dr. Alex Sarkov, Played by Rhys Nicholson

Nicholson is a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under

Rhys Nicholson is a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under, so he’s no stranger to the LGBT+ community. He even came out as gay in 2016. His support for the drag and queer communities has been celebrated by many on social media and through blog posts from fellow fans. There is nothing more empowering than seeing someone who you identify with be successful, said one fan of his work. This show will give kids hope. Another wrote: You are a voice for people who can’t speak up.

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What was his audition process like?

I had to audition with a monologue, which I picked from Death of a Salesman. After I felt like I nailed the monologue and read through the script, my worries melted away when they told me that it was one of their favorite auditions of the day! To celebrate I ran across the street to Starbucks for a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino and called my mom. She could hear the excitement in my voice and congratulated me on booking the job. Now all I have to do is find an apartment close enough to work so I can walk or bike there everyday.

Dr. Alex Sarkov: From Season 3 Episode 2 to Your TV Screen

Did you catch The Imperfects Season 3 Episode 2? If you did, then you already know that Alex Sarkov obtained his PhD during the episode and you’re probably wondering how he got it. Let’s go over it here!

1) Who is Dr. Alex Sarkov?

Meet Dr. Alex Sarkov, played by Rhys Nicholson in The Imperfects Season 3 Episode 2 and the newest addition to the team at The Imperfects Institute for Experimental Genetics and Human Evolution. What kind of education did Dr. Alex Sarkov get growing up? How did he become a doctor? Find out these answers and more in the video below, where Rhys Nicholson discusses his character’s backstory in The Imperfects Season 3 Episode 2

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2) What is his background?

One of the most intriguing and mysterious characters on The Imperfects is Dr. Alex Sarkov, played by Rhys Nicholson. In season three, we’ve learned a little about his background, but who is he really? What kind of education did he have growing up? And how did he get his PhD?

Dr.Alex was born in Russia and moved to America when he was young, so it’s safe to say that he has a diverse background and upbringing that led him down the path of becoming a doctor.

3) How did he get his PhD?

Sarkov became fascinated with science as a child, despite his parents’ lack of interest in it. He went to college and studied astrophysics, but eventually decided he wanted more than that – he wanted to be hands-on and make things happen, not just study them in textbooks. So after completing his PhD, he took a job at the Experimental Physics Lab at CERN in Switzerland (the European Organization for Nuclear Research). There, he worked on the ATLAS project (a particle physics experiment), where he was responsible for building one of the detectors used by the lab.

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