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Alex Dubrozny: Bartender; Family Man


Alex Dubrozny
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Character Profile
Portrayed By
Ludwig Manukian
Season(s)
Season Seven
First Appearance
Run
Last Appearance
Run
Appears in
One Episode
Character
Full Name
Alex Dubrozny
Nicknames
White Russian on Ice (by Vince Masuka)
Status
Deceased
Manner of Death
Suicide
(coerced by Isaak Sirko, George Novikov & Jurg Yeliashkevych)
Circumstances
Shot himself in the head
Characteristics
Age
Mid-30s (at death)
Gender
Male
Eyes
Brown
Hair
Brown
Personal Status
Marital Status
Married
Spouse
Unnamed Wife
Immediate Relatives
Five-year-old twins:
Zachary Dubrozny (son)
Julia Dubrozny (daughter)
Address
14501 South 20th Street
Miami, FL
Previously, Kursk, Russia
Professional Status
Profession
Bartender at The Fox Hole
Affiliation
Koshka Brotherhood

Alex Dubrozny is a character in Season Seven of Showtime's series DEXTER.

For less than five years, he worked as a bartender at a strip club called The Fox Hole, owned by the Koshka Brotherhood.

Summary

Isaak Sirko needed to halt the police investigation into the killing of Detective Mike Anderson (committed by Viktor Baskov) because it was hurting his business. One night, Alex Dubrozny was paid an unexpected visit at home by Isaak and his associates, Jurg Yeliashkevych, and George Novikov.

Isaak explained to Alex that he needed a suspect for the murder of Mike Anderson. A fearful Alex was forced to write a note implying that he had killed the detective. Isaak promised that he would secure the financial futures of Alex's son and daughter.

George then placed a gun on the table. When Alex balked, George said that if he didn't do it, they would kill him anyway, and then kill his family. Jurg poured a drink for Alex to calm his nerves. With no other choice, and hoping that his suicide would protect his family, Alex shot himself in the head.

During the investigation, Angel Batista shared his suspicions with Joey Quinn that Alex had been set up to take the blame for Mike's murder.

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