Portrayal in Media Adaptations
Cross is portrayed by Morgan Freeman in the 1997 film Kiss the Girls and the 2001 film Along Came a Spider. Actor/filmmaker Tyler Perry portrays the character in the 2012 reboot film Alex Cross, a loose adaptation of the novel Cross. A sequel to Alex Cross is in pre-production; it is based upon the novel Double Cross.
Each of the Alex Cross novels has been released in Audiobook format. Peter J. Fernandez portrayed Cross on seven Audiobook adaptations. Numerous other actors have portrayed the character, including Shawn Andrew, Michael Boatman, Andre Braugher, Tim Cain, Keith David, Robert Guillaume, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Blair Underwood, and Alton Fitzgerald White.
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