Son of King Brutus (first king of Britain), and thus a great-great-grandson of the Trojan Aeneas, brother of Camber and Locrine (Locrinus), and father of Embrunt, Dombart, and Arbrun.
Albanact gave his name to Albany (Scotland). His kingdom was invaded by Huns, and Albanact was killed.
The captain of Arthur’s guard in Dryden’s opera King Arthur. His name was presumably taken from Albanact, son of Brutus, in Geoffrey.