Kala Alexander Biography
Kala Alexander is an American is an American professional waterman, bigwave surfer and actor born on 20th March 1969 in Wahiawa, Hawaii, United States. He is a co-founder of the Wolfpak surf gang on the North Shore of Oahu. As an actor he has appeared in movies such as Blue Crush, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Hawaii Five-0
Kala is also the Vice President of the Mauli Ola Foundation, an organization for people with cystic fibrosis. He also visits children in hospitals in Hawaii where he gives them surfing lessons.
Kala Alexander Age
Alexander was born on 20th March 1969 in Wahiawa, Hawaii, United States (49 years as of 2018)
Kala Alexander Education
Kala scored in the top five percent on statewide tests and received a scholarship to attend the private Kamehameha School on Oahu when he was 13. He was expelled from the school at the end of his sophomore year of high school due to smoking marijuana and insubordination. He graduated high school back home in Kauai.
Kala Alexander Family
Kala was born to Virginia Alexander, who was from Detroit and his father was from Hawaii although he left before he was born. In 1992 during Hurricane Iniki his mother was injured in the floods and later died from the injuries.
Kala Alexander Wife
Kala got divorced in 1992 after he assaulted a person who run over his dog and was sentenced five years in prison although he was released in after 9 months due to good behaviour.
He is a relationship with Tina Grant and he doesn’t shy off from expressing his love for her on his Instagram. During Tina’s birthday he uploaded a photo where he called her ‘my best friend, first mate and better half’.
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Kala Alexander Children
Kala has a daughter, Mahina Alexander.
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Note to self: be more like my beautiful daughter @mahinaalexander Everyday this amazing young woman is educating herself and working on herself to be better than the day before. She knows at her young age that it’s all about the journey and not the destination. Blessed to have her in my life. She has taught me so much including having an open mind and a willingness and openness to learn from anyone and everything all the time. Think about that for a minute. If we are not learning everyday we are not living our best life. Thank you to all of you for the best wishes and support in the last couple days and always. Aloha and have a great day. Love you Mahina. 🌙 #Mahina 🌞 #Kala #MahaloKeAkua
Kala Alexander Net Worth
Kala has not made his net worth public.
Kala Alexander Surfing
In 2001 Kala moved to Oahu in search of job opportunities soon after he realized that Banzai Pipeline, a popular surfing location, suffered from disorganization and lack of respect in the surf lineup. Together with Kai Garcia they co-founded a surf gang, Wolfpak, which is mainly composed of surfers from Kauai. Alexander is the the group enforcer and believes n preserving the value of respect to the experienced surfers, those who are native Hawaiians, and to protect surfers from the area’s life-threatening waves.
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Kala Alexander Acting Career
Kala got his first acting role in 2002 as an angry local in the movie Blue Crush. He also acted in the films Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Into the Blue 2: The Reef. He has played a recurring role as Kawika in Hawaii Five-0 since 2010.
In 2014 he starred in a special for Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, “Sharkageddeon”, which attempts to explain why shark attacks are increasing in Hawaii. He also appeared in an episode of “Shark After Dark,” where he discussed his experience filming that episode.
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Kala Alexander Movies
- Inhumans 2017
- Ho’omau 2016
- Hawaii Five-0 2016
- Untitled Predator Fan Film 2013
- Six Days in Paradise 2010
- Into the Blue 2: The Reef 2009
- Forgetting Sarah Marshall 2008
- John from Cincinnati 2007
- The 808 2007
- Church Ball 2006
- North Shore 2004
- The Break 2003
- Blue Crush 2002
Kala Alexander Eduardo Bassetto
In 2016 Kala and Eduardo were involved in a turf while surfing, although some people say it wasn’t an accident but Kala jumped Eduardo in the water and knocked him unconscious leaving him to drown.
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So grateful to be a part of the #RVCAohana and it is with great pleasure that I welcome this legend @mattymatheson into our Ohana. I swear this man was a #Hawaiian in his past life. He has plenty of #Aloha . In our culture as in many others a meal is a very important time for friends and family to get together and discuss what is happening in their lives. Good or bad. It’s a time for unity and celebration. He is a family man himself. Besides a lot of food, that is what Matty brings to the table.😂 #MasterCook #MasterChef #BBQmaster #NeverTrustAskinnyCook Mahalo Nui to @pmtenore and @rvca for making all of this possible. You guys are the best ! #RVCAloha
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When were you born?
Kala Alexander: March 20th, 1969. The year of the biggest swell ever.
Where do you live?
Kala Alexander: I live in Eddie Rothman’s (original North Shore enforcer) guest house. I live right below Kaiborg (fellow Kauai boy and heavyweight jui-jitsu fighter Kai Garcia). in the Sunset Beach area.
So, you guys don’t get messed with much over there?
Kala Alexander: Exactly. Nobody fucks around in our neighborhood. Eddie and Makua live in the front house and you don’t wanna fuck with them. We’ve got a pretty heavy neighborhood and we got it locked down.
How did the Kauai boys take over the North Shore?
Kala Alexander: Over in Oahu. it’s glamour. People are getting sponsored, there’s groupies and shit. We grew up in Kauai and we do it because we love it. So we’re hungry. We come over to Oahu and we see all this free product, all this shit, and we’re just blown away and take full advantage of it. Our mentality is just more tough, more hungry, more real. We’d be surfing if there was no money, no cameras, no chicks. That’s why I think Bruce and Andy are just killing it, because it’s what they love to do. We come over to Oahu and we’re like kids in a candy store, it’s like Hollywood. We stand by our principles. We’re not posers, not to say guys in Qahu are posers, it’s just so mainstream. Maybe it’s something in the air or the water. All my friends are nuts. All my Kauai boys are really tapped out.
I would have to agree.
Kala Alexander: You haven’t met ’em all yet, Justin. Shit bra, there’s some pretty crazy fuckers over there. And you know what? There’s some more coming. This winter is gonna be nuts.
So, you’re the team captain for Da Hui?
Kala Alexander: Yes, I’m the team captain for Da Hui. the most notorious surf gang in the islands (half joking/mostly serious).
Do you remember your first fight?
Kala Alexander: One of the first fights I remember was probably in the second grade. This kid was twice as big as me and I think he cut in line or something. We didn’t have much growing up, we were poor. Because of that, I had a low opinion of myself, so I didn’t care if I won or lost. I would just fight. But I got good at it because of that attitude and got in more rights and got more experience. Next thing you know, I was good at it so I wasn’t afraid of too many people. I prefer to go out and have a good time, meet some fine young ladies you know, have a good night. But somebody has to step up when it counts, especially if my friends are in trouble or somebody is jeopardising their safety. I’m not gonna hold back.
Has that kind of mentality ever landed you in any kind of trouble?
Kala Alexander: Yeah, a little bit. But I’ve found that as long as you’re right, a lot of times things work out. I’m still learning to be more disciplined as a person. Everybody is still learning. Every day of your life you learn. I make mistakes, but right now I don’t have anything over my head – I don’t have any court cases. I’m just out there trying to support my kids. I give everybody a chance.
Source: stab Magazine