Alex Fanelli
Alex in The Downingtown Gates of Hell (2017)



Years Active


Notable Roles

Bread's Crumbs Series - Kick and Kaine West

Pizza No Come Series - Antonio Sabatino

The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods - Alex

Alex Fanelli is an actor best known for his roles in the Bread's Crumbs and Pizza No Come series, as well as The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods. Alex joined Scott's crew in late 2015, and has participated in most of his projects since. That October, he filmed several scenes for Jurassic Shark III: The Revolution, but didn't make his actual acting debut until Hit the Crib in March 2016, in which he played Kick. Alex reprised the role for Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam in June 2016, and the following month he began filming The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods, in which he had a major role.

From 2016 to the present, Alex has made numerous appearances as Antonio the pizza guy in the Pizza No Come series. Also that year, Alex had roles in Isarus and 2016 Election in a Nutshell. In 2017, he appeared in the Student Help Desk CommercialThe Best of West, and The Downingtown Gates of Hell, and he played the villainous Kaine West in The Two Man Trio. Alex reprised the roles of Kick and Kaine West for a final time in Bread's Crumbs 4: Mass Consumption, which he filmed from May to July 2017.



Alex first began working with Scott in October 2015, when he filmed his scenes for Jurassic Shark III: The Revolution, in which he played the rogue InGen employee Calvin. Alex's scenes for the film wouldn't be released until the final part of Jurassic Shark III came out in December 2016. 

In November 2015, Alex was cast in The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods alongside Chris LombardoAustin Brinser and several other actors. The film was set to serve as his high school graduation project. 


In March 2016, Alex made his acting debut as Kick in the Bread's Crumbs spin-off Hit the Crib. In April, Alex played the rogue InGen employee Calvin in the short film Isarus, a spin-off and prequel to Jurassic Shark III. Alex is the brother of Sean Fanelli, who had a cameo at the end of Jurassic Shark II: The Retribution, two years before Alex joined Scott's crew. Alex reprised the role of Kick Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, having filmed the project in May and June 2016.

Alex began filming The Legend of the Creepy Guy in the Woods in July 2016, participating in many filming days in the following months. Alex helped move along the film's production by providing transportation to many cast members, who otherwise wouldn't have been able to attend filming as often. Had Alex not helped in this situation, production on the film would've taken longer and delays would've been detrimental. Alex filmed many of his scenes from July to October 2016. 

In August, Alex also had roles in the newly-started Pizza No Come Film Series, appearing as the pizza guy in Pizza Might Come and as the "Hooded Hoodlum" in The Pizza Cometh. In September, he reprised the role of the pizza guy for Pizza Origins. Most of the Pizza No Come films were produced on days where Creepy Guy 4 filming sessions were cancelled due to a lack of certain actors. In October, Alex played a Trump supporter in 2016 Election in a Nutshell, a short film directed by Ryan Bowman

Notably, of the seven films Scott worked on in 2016 (excluding Rise of the Great Devourer), Alex appeared in six of them, with Pizza No Come being the only exception. 


In January and February 2017, Alex filmed several indoor scenes for Creepy Guy 4. These scenes were pushed to later in production to allow time for filming outdoor scenes, before fall set in and the seasons changed. The film was ultimately released in March 2017. 

In April, Alex participated in many small projects. He had a small role as a goon named Saxon in The Machine of Munich, a project for Scott's German class that was released on April 10. On April 11, Alex filmed the Student Help Desk Commercial, and he reprised the role of the pizza guy upon filming Pizza Will Come on April 13, and it was released the following day. The help desk commercial was then released on April 18. Alex returned as the pizza guy, whose name is Antonio, upon filming Pizza Won't Come on April 19. The film was then released on April 21. 

On May 2, Alex debuted as the villain Kaine West in the Bread's Crumbs spin-off The Two Man Trio. There were originally plans for him to play Kick in the film, but this idea was scrapped in favor of introducing Kaine West. On May 12, Alex filmed The Best of West, a short film that introduced the upcoming freshmen class to the high school. Alex played a senior who introduces two freshmen to the building. The film was released on May 14, and screened to the eighth graders on May 23; Alex and Scott were both present for the viewing. 

Alex reprised the role of Kick for a third and final time in Bread's Crumbs 4: Mass Consumption. He filmed the project from May to July 2017. In June, he would also film a scene as Kaine West, a role he originally wasn't set to reprise for the project. The character was added to the film after complications arose with absent cast members. 

In September 2017, Scott spoke with Alex and Austin Brinser about the possibility of them returning for a fifth Creepy Guy in the Woods film. Though neither of them signed on for the film, which has yet to even be confirmed, both Alex and Austin expressed interest in the project. 

In November, Alex filmed his role as Lars, a drug cartel member in The Trial of Munich: The Machine of Munich II. He was initially confirmed to reprise his minor role from the first film, but he went on to portray a new character instead. Later that month, he was cast in the short documentary The Downingtown Gates of Hell, which he finished filming on December 3. Alex starred as the film's co-narrator, and had supporting roles as a thrillseeker and road cultist. Two weeks later, he returned as Antonio in Pizza Must Come, the seventh Pizza No Come film. 


On March 5, 2018, Alex was confirmed to return as Alex in The Cult of the Creepy Guy in the Woods - the series' final installment. He will be joined by fellow returning cast member Austin Brinser. Alex is expected to begin filming the project in summer 2018. Alex was approached to play a major role in No More Smiling, but was unable to due to scheduling conflicts. 


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  • Alex made his acting debut with Hit the Crib in March 2016, and appeared in six more movies throughout the rest of the year. With eight films under his belt in the span of a year, Alex made as many films as major collaborators Austin Brinser and Chris Lombardo had in the span of three years.