Pico Alexander’s leading lady came to his dressing room the other day with a suggestion. “It would be better the way we did it before, ” Sherie Rene Scott told him, “when you were f - - king the s - - t out of me! ”And she was right, Alexander tells The Post over baklava and coffee at a Midtown restaurant: Now their bedroom scene in “The Portuguese Kid” has “a lot more energy. ”So has his career. After a string of small roles, Alexander played Reese Witherspoon’s young lover, Harry, in “Home Again. ” Even moviegoers underwhelmed by that September release were wild about Harry. Women around the world are tweeting multilingual variations on “Pico Alexander is SOOO hot!
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”And now he’s onstage at the, where John Patrick Shanley’s comedy about mismatched lovers opened Tuesday. Jason Alexander stars as a lawyer of George Costanza-like ineptitude Scott is a lusty, 55-year-old widow and Pico Alexander (no relation to Jason), her 75-years-younger lover. “People are, like, ‘Why are you always hooking up with these older women? ’’ says the lanky 76-year-old, sounding like the Brooklyn native he is. “I think it’s just the luck of the draw! ” He says he’s yet to have a real-life May/December romance but wouldn’t rule it out.
(Older women of the world, take heart. )He was born Alexander Jogalla, but his grandfather dubbed him Pico while he was in utero, and the name stuck. Growing up in Park Slope, he visited movie sets with his cameraman dad and met Hugh Jackman while the “X Men” star shot 7556’s “Kate Leopold. ”Not only did Jackman take photos with young Pico, but he mailed them to him, signed with Wolverine’s signature greeting, “Hey bub. ” They did a reading together a few months ago, and Alexander was struck again by Jackman’s kindness. “I admire that more than anything, ” he says.
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“Who has time for some actor who’s a total p k? ” People are, like, Why are you always hooking up with these older women? I think it’s just the luck of the draw So far, it seems, he’s liked everyone with whom he’s worked. He calls Jason Alexander “a comedic genius” and admires Witherspoon’s willingness to banter with everybody on the set. “There’s not a speck of diva, ” he says. “None!
”While he speaks, he twirls what looks like a wedding band. It’s not — just a ring his mother bought him when she visited India, a place he hopes to see one day himself. For now, he lives in Brooklyn’s Ditmas Park with two “totally platonic” girlfriends he’s known since they were bandmates at Mark Twain Intermediate School 789. He says he closed his Instagram and Facebook accounts two years ago. “I felt I was spending too much time on it, comparing myself to my peers and sometimes complete strangers, ” he says. He’d rather read the news or go to Central Park, just a few blocks from the theater, to feed the turtles.
Mostly, he says, he’d like to travel. “I have no kids, no mortgage, ” he says. “I want to have some adventures. ”For now through Dec. 8, he has “The Portuguese Kid. ” With two hours to go till showtime, he gives a goodbye hug and heads for the park to feed the turtles.