|Date of Birth||12 September 1992, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Originally from Vancouver and bilingual in French, Alexia Fast first took an interest in acting at the early age of seven when she wrote, directed and starred in a short film entitled "The Red Bridge".
At 11 years old, Alexia booked her very first feature film role. It was the Lionsgate feature "Fido", opposite Carrie Anne Moss. "Fido" premiered at Sundance and at the Toronto Film Festival.
Alexia booked her first leading role at 13 years old in the indie feature "Past Tense". Alexia won a Leo Award for her performance. Soon after came the opportunity to work with Ashley Judd in the feature film "Helen" which premiered at Sundance. Her performance garnered rave reviews and a Leo Award nomination.
In 2012 Alexia landed the coveted role of "Sandy" opposite Tom Cruise in the Paramount feature "Jack Reacher". The film was directed by Academy Award winner Christopher McQuarrie.
Alexia then stared in a supporting role opposite Ryan Reynolds in the psychological thriller "The Captive", which was in competition at Cannes 2014.
Alexia can be seen in the Sony horror "Grace", playing the title role (Grace) as well as the secondary character of Mary. As well as playing two characters in the film, Alexia is credited as "additional camera operator".
Alexia attended the Toronto Film Festival for the premiers of her various films, including the award winning drama "Blackbird", the psychological thriller "Repeaters", and in the indie western "Hungry Hills".
Alexia is currently working on the Lionsgate/Skydance/WGN drama series "Manhattan". The series is being directed by nine-time Emmy winner Thomas Schlamme.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: BWR