Alec Benjamin
Bluebird Theater
April 27, 2019


Bluebird Theater
3317 East Colfax Ave, Denver, CO, 80206, US


Saturday, April 27, 2019
7:00 PM

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Alec Benjamin Biography

This article is about the proper name. For the fish, see anchovy and herring. For the sauce, see garum.
Alec or Aleck is the Scottish form of Alex, a given name related to Alexander. Notable people with the name include:

Alec Acton, (1938-1994), English footballer,
Alec Baldwin, (born 1958), American actor,
Alec Bedser (1918-2010), English cricketer,
Alec Berg, American television writer,
Alec Bregonzi (1930-2006), English actor,
Alec Brook-Krasny (born 1958), American politician,
Alec Burks (born 1991), American basketball player,
Alec Butler (born 1959), Canadian playwright,
Alec Campbell (1899-2002), Australian soldier,
Alec Clifton-Taylor (1907-1985), English architectural historian,
Alec Coryton (1895-1981), British air force commander,
Alec Dankworth (born 1960), English jazz musician,
Alec Douglas-Home (1903-1995), British politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1963-1964),
Alec Empire (born 1972), German musician,
Alec Erwin (born 1948), South African politician,
Alec Fong Lim (1931-1990), Australian politician,
Alec B. Francis (1867-1934), English silent-film actor,
Alec Gallup (1928-2009), American pollster,
Alec George Horwood (1914-1944), British soldier,
Alec Guinness (1914-2000), English actor,
Alec Issigonis (1906-1988), Greek-British car designer,
Alec Jeffreys (born 1950), British geneticist,
Alec John Dawson (1872-1951), English author,
Alec John Such (born 1952), American bassist, former member of Bon Jovi,
Alec Jones (1924-1983), British politician,
Alec Kirkbride (1897-1978), British diplomat,
Alec Kirschner (born 1986), American professional ice hockey player,
Alec Lazo, Cuban-American ballroom dancer,
Alec MacKaye, American punk Vocalist,
Alec Mango (1911-1989), English actor,
Alec Mapa (born 1965), Filipino-American actor,
Alec McHoul (born 1952), Anglo-Australian ethnomethodologist,
Alec Mills, Baseball player,
Alec Năstac (born 1949), Romanian boxer and Olympic medalist,
Alec Neill (born 1950), New Zealand politician,
Alec Newman (born 1974), Scottish actor,
Alec G. Olson (born 1930), American politician,
Alec Peterson (1908-1988), British educator, founder of the International Baccalaureate,
Alec Reeves (1902-1971), British scientist,
Alec Skempton (1914-2001), British civil engineer,
Alec Stewart (born 1963), English cricketer,
Alec Su (born 1973), Taiwanese musician and actor,
Alec Templeton (1909-1963), British composer,
Alec Waugh (1898-1981), British novelist,
Alec Wilder (1907-1980), American composer,
Alec Wilkinson (born 1952), American writer,

Alec the Great, American newspaper comic strip,
Alec Forbes of Howglen, Scottish novel by George MacDonald,
Alec Gilroy, fictional character in Coronation Street,
Alec of Kerry, fictional character in The Nightrunner Series by Lynn Flewelling,
Alec Lightwood, fictional character in The Mortal Instruments trilogy,
Alec Mason, fictional character in Red Faction: Guerilla,
Alec McDowell, fictional character in Dark Angel,
Alec Trevelyan, fictional character in GoldenEye,
Alec of the Volturi coven in the Twilight saga by Stephenie Meyer,
Alec Ramsay, fictional character in The Black Stallion books and movies.,
Alec D'Urberville, fictional character in Tess of the d'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy,
Alec Scudder, fictional character in Maurice by E.M. Forster,
DI Alec Hardy, fictional character in "Broadchurch" (TV Show) by Chris Chibnall.,

American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC),
Alec Hunter Academy, British school