Alexandros Velios was born on 14-5-1953 in Athens. He studied Philosophy in Paris (PARIS IV). He started his journalistic career at VIMA (1978-80). He switched to Takis Lamprias's MESIMBRINI in 1980, where he remained as a diplomatic and then political editor until 1986. He was the first director of the Piraeus KANALI municipal radio in 1987, and then took over as director of information at the emblematic KANALIOU K of R 15. From 1990 he started to present his own show on the TV CHANNEL 29 of the band Kouri, with which he continued to collaborate in all phases of its evolution (CHANNEL 5, ECHTRA, ALTER). He was a political advisor to Dimitris Daskalopoulos, during his groundbreaking 8-year term in the presidency of SEV (2006-2014). Since 1995 he has been in charge of the series of MICROMEGA essays in ROES publications, in the context of which he published, among others: The historical-political essay "The correspondence of Karamanlis self-exile", a comparative study Thucydides-Machiavelli Demosthenes-Isocrates, as well as a number of translations (Montesquieu, Pascal, Zola, Lafarge, Valerie, Michault, Herault de Sechelles, Mandeville, Pessoa, etc.).
His book "Me and my death - The right to euthanasia" was published in early June 2016, three months before his death and highlighted a topic that remains taboo in our country. The uproar he caused, combined with his personal unequal struggle, led to an unexpectedly large stream of support for the legalization of euthanasia.