Alex Hyde-White has spent a lifetime playing supporting roles in film and television, ranging from industrialist heir David Morse in the hit comedy "Pretty Woman" to Union Civil War general Ambrose P. Burnside in the historical epic "Gods and Generals." The son of British actor Wilfrid Hyde-White, he began his acting career in the late 1970s as one of the last contract players for Universal Studios, with short stints on such television fare of the day as the original "Battlestar Galactica," the space opera "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century," and the medical drama "Quincy M.E.." Hyde-White's notable credits also include small roles in two Steven Spielberg movies ("Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" and "Catch Me if You Can"), playing Dr. Reed Richards (a.k.a. Mr. Fantastic) in the 1994 movie adaptation of the Marvel Comics series "The Fantastic Four," and television guest shots on such shows as the cop drama "Hill Street Blues," the sitcom "Newhart," and "NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service." Hyde-White is also an accomplished amateur golfer, often besting the likes of professional athletes Michael Jordan and Joe Morgan at celebrity tournaments. In 2008, he starred in the independent feature film "The Reflecting Pool," about a Russian journalist investigating a possible U.S. government conspiracy to orchestrate the 9/11 attacks. Hyde-White also directed his first film, the fantastical Shakespearian documentary "Three Days of Hamlet" in 2011.