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Alex Wesker
Alex Wesker
Biographical information
Date of birth:c. 1960[1][note 1]
Date of death:2011
Occupation:Umbrella researcher (-2006)
Head of Project W (-1998)
Ruler of Sushestovanie Island (2000-2011)
Physical description
Height:177 cm[2]
Mass:54 kg[3]
First appearance:Resident Evil 5 - Lost in Nightmares (File only)
Last appearance:Resident Evil: Revelations 2
Voice:Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

Rika Fukami (Japanese)

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Alex Wesker was the twelfth of thirteen candidates for Project W, an early Umbrella program to create a "superior race of humans", under the direct orders of Umbrella's CEO Oswell E. Spencer.


Early Life and Umbrella EmploymentEdit

"You'll be pleased to hear that all experiments are running smoothly."
— Alex, to Spencer

Alex was raised on the orders of Lord Oswell E. Spencer to become one of a superior breed of humans in his eugenics program.[4][5] The project involved the abduction of a number of children thought to be of "superior" DNA. The children would then be given the surname Wesker, in honor of the project's head researcher.[5]

Alex, like all Wesker children, was programmed to seek out Spencer, eventually rising to a high position within Umbrella and being made head of the same Project that made her. At some point during her work with Umbrella, a painting was commissioned with her and Albert Wesker, a fellow Wesker child, as subjects. Although she initially intended to meet Spencer's demands for making him immortal, she eventually realized, alongside Albert, that following the orders of a man who was near death's door was foolish in the end, and made preparations to betray him.[6]

At some point she developed an illness that weakened her body, before being injected with the same Progenitor virus variant as Albert. However she did not become superhuman, merely surviving it as a normal human due to the illness.[7]

On 28 August 1998, Alex made a report on Project W, which stated that before Albert Wesker faked his death, the project was at a 94% rate of success, but after the news of his death, the project went down to just 18%.[8]

Sushestovanie Island (2000-2011)Edit

On 19 July 2000, Alex arrived on the remote formerly Soviet Union-affiliated Sushestovanie Island with a large team of researchers led by Stuart. She promised to return industry to the poverty-stricken region and, through charisma and employment opportunities after reopening the island's mines, came to be revered by the natives of the island as their savior.[9] Her researchers came to think highly of her as well, calling her "Lady Alex" and following her without question. In secret, Alex used the employees hired to work in the mines as her personal test subjects to develop the t-Phobos Virus, turning most of them into B.O.W.s.

Research On Immortality (2006)Edit

After the fall of most of Umbrella, Alex continued her work for Spencer, being the last remaining child at his side.[4] The brightest of them all, in Spencer's view and words, "Alex excels at absorbing the abilities of others."[10] Alex was tasked with conducting experiments for Spencer on a research facility on Sonido de Tortuga Island,[10] where she would study Umbrella's viruses in order to elucidate the latent ability of immortality from the Progenitor Virus for Spencer.[4][5][11] Alex failed to develop the virus, instead siphoning out resources for personal projects, but reported progress to Spencer in order to keep her supply of resources. Then, in 2006, she abandoned Spencer and the island taking all of the results.[12]

Albert's Legacy (2009) Edit

When the BSAA confirmed the death of Albert in a recent mission in Africa, Alex immediately ordered her research team, led by Stuart, to head to the former Umbrella Africa Laboratory to retrieve a sample of the Uroboros Virus.[13] Alex was one of the few people who actually knew about the laboratory's existence and location, following Spencer's assassination at the hands of Albert, she was able to figure out that Albert had discovered the location of the laboratory and would use it to realize his goals.

Fear Experiments (2011)Edit

In 2011, Alex sent her private militia to abduct Claire Redfield, Moira Burton, and other TerraSave members to Sushestovanie Island to be used as test subjects for T-Phobos. While Claire and Moira tried to escape, she taunted them over the PA system, while quoting various works of Franz Kafka. Especially, she is also able to trap fellow TerraSave Members at the same time, which she was responsible to activate the siren to lure them out. Alex also taunts Gabriel Chavez while he attempts to escape the island by riding a helicopter out before it crashes after Alex remotely sabotages the vehicle's controls. Alex sent her men to abduct Natalia Korda, one of her prisoners on the island, to commence her "rebirth ceremony".

When Claire and Moira discovered Neil Fisher's betrayal in TerraSave who is responsible for the attack of their headquarters, Alex later betrays Neil by injecting him with Uroboros virus, calling him a lapdog. She also brought up about the Terragrigia Panic seven years ago and Neil is one of Morgan Lansdale's puppet as she left him to mutate. After they defeated the mutated Neil, Alex prepares to transfer part of her own consciousness into Natalia Korda. Later, she is confronted by Claire and Moira, during which she reveals her true intentions before shooting herself in the head. However, moments before she shot herself, she feared for her own life, allowing the t-Phobos virus inside her to mutate. Her suicidal death cause the whole tower to be activated in self-destruct sequence.

Mutated alex mask

A masked Alex in her mutated state while stalking Barry and Natalia.

Reborn From FearEdit

Six months later, Alex barely survives the suicide attempt as she mutated into a feminine-like creature, she now uses a black coat and a mask to conceal her hideous form. She confronted both Barry Burton and Natalia at the storage room of the tower after looking at the photo between herself and Albert. She also recognizes Natalia as she removes her mask finally reveals herself. Barry now asks where his daughter Moira is as she replies that she buries her along the rest of them beneath the mountains which angers Barry. Alex proceeds by summoning Revenants to corner the duo as Barry states that he will kill her later, as he shoots the broken ceiling with his handgun to make a collapsed debris making their escape. Alex manages to ambushes them at the abandoned town as she knocks Barry onto the cliff and attempts to kill Natalia by choking her. Alex becomes angered to see Natalia retains her human form while hers is mutated. As Natalia open her eyes, she manages to break free from her grasp, making her scream in terror at the glance of her. It is implied that Alex has seen the "Alex's form" of Natalia.

Alex mutated state

Alex becomes afraid after Natalia manages to break free from her grasp.

Final Mutation and "Death"Edit

"I understand how you felt, Albert. It's not enough to live. I want to transcend!"
— Alex to Barry and Natalia before she mutates into a grotesque monster after injecting herself with the Uroboros virus

Monster alex 2nd form

Alex after injecting herself with the Uroboros virus.

She later taunts the duo again by quoting the words of Franz Kafka as well as Natalia's teddy bear, Lottie. When they confront her at her secret underground cave, she takes a vial dose of Uroboros virus. Alex screams about her wish to "transcend" and the realization on Albert's true motives, as she transforms into Monster Alex. A duel ensued between her and Barry, all the while shouting at Natalia for being a "fake". Barry manages to bring her down temporarily, however, she manages to knock Barry down, making her way on Natalia to exact her revenge, only to be interrupted by Moira. As the trio escapes, she finally mutates herself further as she chases the them beyond the cave. Claire Redfield then shows up with a helicopter and urges the survivors to get on board. Barry decides to finish her off while wielding his magnum and Claire decides to aid him to fight her. As Barry distracts Alex, Claire manages shoot her exposed core with an RPG-7, killing her.

Life Inside Natalia's BodyEdit

Two years later, Alex's copied consciousness dwells inside Natalia's body, unnoticed by everyone. Natalia is seen reading a work of Franz Kafka, among other articles about Bioterrorism. Realizing her experiment on immortality was a success, Natalia/Alex grins a malicious smile.

Personality and TraitsEdit

Like her "brother," due to Spencer's upbringing, Alex Wesker possessed a power-hungry nature as well as delusions of godhood. Her reflections on Albert imply that she held a lot of respect and sympathy for him, due to being a fellow Wesker child and his actions. Her views on Spencer however indicated that she had a lot of disgust for him, far more than Albert, for using them as pawns to achieve immortality and his imminent failure.

Alex was also very skilled at virology, evidenced by her research on the t-Phobos virus. However, she also had her limitation as a researcher. Alex knew that creating the Immortality Virus was beyond her capabilities, instead she switched to another plan whilst lying to Spencer, telling him that everything was carried out as expected.

Alex was an avid reader and was infatuated by the works of the German author Franz Kafka. Alex would portrayed herself as Grete Samsa, and she likened her "sibling" Albert Wesker as Gregor Samsa, the characters of Kafka's novella The Metamorphosis. During the course of the game, Alex mentions many things related to Kafka's literature and his life.


  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition, (2010), file: "Spencer's Memoirs 1".
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Resident Evil 5 (2009), file: "Albert Wesker".
  6. Resident Evil Revelations 2 (2015), file: "Alex's Memo - Spencer"
  7. Yasuhiro Anpo Interview (Project Umbrella)
  8. Resident Evil 5 (2009), file: "Report on Project W - August 28, 1998".
  9. Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (2015), file: "The Old Man's Journal".
  10. 10.0 10.1 Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (2010), file: "Spencer's Memoirs 2".
  11. Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (2010), file: "Spencer's Memoirs 3".
  12. Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (2010), file: "Spencer's Memoirs 4".
  13. Report on the Uroboros Virus
  1. Said to be 51 in 2011

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