Lexi discovered her love for performing when she played her first role as Sandy in “Grease”. She also had a passion for dance, serving as choreographer on her high school dance team. Hip hop and lyrical have always been her favorite. After graduating, Lexi booked a one way ticket to New York and never looked back.
She has studied with Bob Krakower, Sarah Baskin, Ted Sluberski, Darlene Violette, Matt Newton’s Studio, Dena Tyler and several others. Her favorite studies have been with Anthony Abeson, who not only made her a better actor, but a better human. She also studies at UCB and has a huge love and admiration for improv. Lexi has landed leads in several indie films, her favorite so far was playing the quintessential nanny in Mother of the Week, directed by Lee Davis. Lexi has done commercials for restaurants such as Bob Evans, and modeling segments on live shows like Good Morning America. She also does lots of print work, modeling for brands like Frederick’s of Hollywood, Colombia Sportswear, and Canto NYC.
Lexi is a wanderlust at heart and believes the world serves as her classroom. She has traveled to over 20 countries. She’s swam with whale sharks in the Philippines, completed a 4-day trek in the hills of Spain called the Camino de Santiago, rode snowmobiles on a glacier in Iceland, learned how to kite board in Morocco, gone scuba diving in the Red Sea, trekked thru the rainforest in Costa Rica, and volunteered at an orphanage in Cambodia.
Her current passion is writing and she has been developing a dark comedic TV series the past year called Misguided, about a ketamine-addicted sugar baby named Sedona who helps guide Shloime, a big bald-headed Ultra-Orthodox Jew, as he leaves the Hasidic community in Crown Heights, Brooklyn and looks to join the real world in Manhattan, in his 30s and never having even kissed a girl before. Shloime is mesmerized by the “real world”, seen through Sedona’s eyes, in this adventure about two misfits who find their only sense of home, in each other.