Alexis has been working as a Canadian Actor for over twenty-five years appearing on stage at the acclaimed Stratford Festival, Perchance Theatre at Cupids, the Watermark Theatre, The Sudbury Theatre Centre, The Lighthouse Festival Theatre, and many others. On screen, Alexis has appeared on Orphan Black, as Gertrude Bell in the docu-drama about her life for the History Channel's Women Adventurers Series, as Charlene in the Netflix series, Frontier, and in the films An Audience of Chairs, Casey, Ida Here & There, and Black Conflux.
She holds a BFA with a Specialization in Theatre Performance from Concordia University in Montreal and a Master's Degree in Education from Medaille College in Buffalo. She has served as director/instructor of the PEI Conservatory and has led drama workshops for The Rosebud School of the Arts in Alberta, Shakespeare In Action in Toronto, Theatre Aquarius in Hamilton, and the Carousel Players in St. Catharines.
Although currently living in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Alexis lived in Niagara-on-the-Lake for over a decade and she knows the streets of that little town intimately. She has not had the pleasure of performing at the Shaw Festival...yet.
She shares her life with her Bernedoodle, Sebastian, loves scary movies, and has a terrible weakness for potato chips.