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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 28 July 1969Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameRobert Arquette
Nicknames Eva Destruction
Lex
Height 5' 7¾" (1.72 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Alexis Arquette was born on July 28, 1969 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Robert Arquette. She is known for her work on Pulp Fiction (1994), The Wedding Singer (1998) and Bride of Chucky (1998).

Trivia (14)

Arquette posed as the Hindu god Krishna for a controversial cover for Genre Magazine (a gay men's publication).
Daughter of Lewis Arquette and Brenda Denaut.
Granddaughter of Cliff Arquette and Julie Harrison.
Former sister-in-law of actors Nicolas Cage, and Thomas Jane who were married to her sister, Patricia Arquette.
Alexis is also an L.A. area underground cartoonist, her most famous strip was called "Nico's Mobile Mole" and was about her friend, actress Nico Petrakis.
Was cast as the "Young Boy" in The Tubes' "She's a Beauty" video because she happened to be on the set that day.
Former sister-in-law of Tony Greco, James Newton Howard and John Sidel, who were married to her sister, Rosanna Arquette.
Sister-in-law of Todd Morgan, Rosanna's 4th husband.
Former sister-in-Law of Courteney Cox, who was married to her brother, David Arquette.
Aunt of Zoe Sidel (Rosanna's daughter), Enzo Rossi, Harlow Olivia Calliope Elliott (Patricia's children), Coco Arquette and Charlie West Arquette (David's children).
The family surname was spelled "Arcouet" many generations back. Her father had French-Canadian, English, Swiss-German, German, Scottish, Irish, and Welsh ancestry. Alexis's maternal grandfather, Joseph Nowack, was a Polish Jewish immigrant, while Alexis's maternal grandmother, Claire Hibel, was born in New York, to Russian Jewish parents.
Appearing on the 6th installment of The Surreal Life (2003) on VH-1. [March 2006]
Sister-in-law of Christina McLarty, David's second wife.

Personal Quotes (1)

"I enjoy being a character actor, I enjoy being different in everything. I want a private life, I want to be able to go to 7-11 and not get into a fight with a guy because he saw me in a movie, or not have people hitting on me simply because they saw me in a movie. You want to be wanted for who you are, not what you've done or who you've become, and it's hard." Interview with Chris Lee, 1998.

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