The Alexander Wellington
are the creation of Perrin Spychala. A long time fan of the James Bond
films, Spychala set out to spoof, parody, and pay homage to this great
series while pursuing a screen writing career. In his films, Spychala
cleverly uses locations, seasons and a dry sense of humor to create
funny, globetrotting adventures that have been filmed in Minnesota,
Chicago, Los Angeles and Osaka, Japan. Serving as the Wellington
series' producer, writer, director, editor and star, Spychala has
managed to create five truly entertaining half hour films with very
In addition to poking fun at the Bond films, Spychala also satirizes
movie trailers. All his films include clever previews for his other
works. One of which is a snappy two and a half minute preview for a
non-existent Wellington film entitled "A World of Danger".
Spychala even pokes fun at behind the scenes movie specials as well as
himself in his retrospective, "The Incredible World of Alexander
Wellington". Without the confines of a story line, Spychala
humorous narration to string together a fast moving, fifteen minute
series of jokes, sight-gags, movie out-takes and more to give one a
unique view of his Wellington character. He also does this
"Lights, Camera, Wellington!", " A View Up a Kilt" and " The Alexander
Wellington Twelfth Anniversary Special".
Perrin Spychala is an Addy Award winning a videographer and local TV
commercial producer. He also writes and performs stand-up comedy and
assists the Ian Fleming Foundation with the restoration screen used
James Bond vehicles and props. He lives in St. Cloud, Minnesota and can
be reached at email@example.com
For a preview of Perrin Spychala's work check out the following link:
"LIVE TO TELL" (1992) British Secret Agent Alexander Wellington must
discover why a Russian Nuclear Weapons expert is keeping company with a
suspected terrorist financier.
"A WORLD OF DANGER" (1994) A Wellington "Movie trailer spoof"
"NOTHING IS FOREVER (1995) A Criminal mastermind
Falco plots a nuclear blackmail scheme that only British
Agent Alexander Wellington can stop. Followed by "The Incredible World
of Alexander Wellington."
"ANOTHER TOMORROW" (1998) Secret Agent Alexander Wellington becomes the
target of his vengeance-seeking rival, Falco. Followed by
"Lights, Camera, Wellington."
"IN THE SERVICE OF THE CROWN" (2001) In this, the biggest Wellington
ever prequel, the super secret agent meets Falco for the very first
"SMILES AREN'T FOR HEROES" (2004) Wellington's
ex-girlfriend is kidnapped by the sinister Falco and a dirty bomb plot
targets London. "The Alexander Wellington 12th Anniversary
Special" follows the thrilling film.