Alexandra's varied career in film, television, theatre and voiceover, spans more than thirty years. She lived in the US for nearly two decades. For ten years she worked as an actress in Los Angeles. She now lives between London, Suffolk and America.


Her Hollywood credits include MR HOLLAND'S OPUS with Richard Dreyfuss, THE BIG THING with Bryan Cranston, FROM PARIS WITH LOVE with John Travolta and James Cameron's TITANIC.


In the UK she played series regular CLARISSA MASON in CORONATION STREET and several TV guest roles. She's the voice of Gov Elaine Marley in The Tales of Monkey Island and her theatre credits range from pantomime and Shakespeare to Alan Ayckbourn plays too numerous to mention.


Alexandra began her directing career in 2011BOXER ON THE WILDERNESS was nominated for Best Short Film at the East End Film Festival and went on to a successful festival run. It's a short film~teaser for her screenplay THE WILDERNESS.


Alexandra's debut feature WIDOW'S WALK was set and shot in her native Suffolk. The film won Best Cinematography at the Chelsea Film Festival in New York. She wrote and directed the film which stars Miranda Raison, David Caves and BAFTA-winner and veteran stage and screen actress, Virginia McKenna OBE.

Widow's Walk launched on Amazon Prime Video in December 2019. She founded, Artemisia's Daughters in 2021, to empower, educate and inspire the next generation of female filmmakers.

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Alexandra is the voice of Elaine Marley
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