Los Angeles based film, voice, commercial, & stage actor
Whilst a senior, Alexandra began her journey in Garfield High School’s joint production of Zoot Suit at the East Los Angeles College in the role of Lupe Reyna. She would continue this trend straight through graduating & eventually enrolled to continue performing.
Gaining experience as both stage manager & actor at ELAC, she would later work on Bordering on Love, with Company of Angels’ artistic director, Armando Molina, as a dresser. Shortly thereafter becoming the youngest company member at 19.
In the midst of producing “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Urban Heights Ensemble at the East LA Civic Center, Alexandra made her CoA debut in Virginia Grise’s world premiere of blu as Gemini, directed by the late, Laurie Carlos.
Since then, she found herself working in places such as the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, Inner City Arts, & Casa 0101. Her last US, public stage appearance being A Cat Named Mercy by Josefina Lopez.
At the tail-end of CoA’s annual LA Views VII one-act festival, having just co-directed the puppet play, The Family Car, she was accepted into the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art where she graduated with a BA (HONS) in Acting and signed with Principal Entertainment LA after her showcase performance.