Born in Canada on September 12, 1992, Alexia Fast is an actress, singer, and model. At the age of seven, she started writing, directing, and performing in short films.
|Full name||Alexia Fast|
|Date of birth||September 12, 1992|
|Birth place||Vancouver, Canada|
|Profession||Actress, Singwr and Model|
|Net worth||$3 million|
Early life and education
On September 12, 1992, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Alexia Fast was born. She was raised by her parents and siblings in a loving home. Fast demonstrated a love of the arts and a gift for storytelling at a young age. Her family supported her decision to pursue a career in entertainment.
Fast attended local schools in Vancouver where she received her education. She went to college at Langara. She put a lot of effort into her studies and concentrated on improving her acting. At the age of seven, she wrote, directed, and starred in her own short film, “The Red Bridge,” demonstrating the fruits of her perseverance and hard work.
Parents and Family
On September 12, 1992, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Alexia Fast was born. Her father is a songwriter, and her mother, Cheryl-Lee Fast, produces films. For “Just Smile and Nod,” her mother received a nomination for a 2005 Leo Award in the most excellent short drama category.
In 2007, Spirit Bear: The Simon Jackson Story received a nomination for a Gemini Award in the best children’s or youth fiction programme or series. Her mother had previously married Milan Zivkovic in October 2005, but the two have since divorced. Her parents are not together.
When Alexia Fast wrote, directed, and starred in the short film “The Red Bridge,” which had its world premiere at the 2002 Reel to Reel Film Festivals and the Atlantic Film Festival, she was just seven years old. At eleven years old, she signed with her first agent and started making appearances on TV shows and films. In the 2005 telefilm “His and Her Christmas,” she made her onscreen debut.
She starred opposite Carrie Anne Moss in the zombie comedy “Fido” the following year, making her feature film debut as the sassy, gun-wielding Cindy Bottoms. The film debuted at both Sundance and the Toronto Film Festival. In that same year, she starred as Sara Shay in the made-for-television film “Past Tense,” which won her her first-ever “Leo Award” for “Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama” when she was just 13 years old.
In the 2007 comedy film “Kickin It Old Skool,” she portrayed a younger version of Maria Menounos’ character. In 2007, Alexia—who had previously appeared in recurring roles on the television shows The 4400 and Tin Man—was chosen for the lead role in the MTV series Kaya. She kept making appearances on telefilms in the ensuing years, including “The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge Drinker,” “Left Coast,” “Gym Teacher: The Movie,” and “The 19th Wife.” She also had a cameo on the TV show “Flashpoint.” In 2009, she starred in the independent western “Hungry Hills.”
In the Canadian independent psychological thriller “Repeaters,” which she landed in 2010 as Charlotte Halsted’s supporting role, she won her second “Leo Award” in 2011 under the category of “Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama.” ‘Triple Dog’, a drama-thriller, starred Alexia Fast as Eve Spalding. In the 2012 supernatural teen drama “The Secret Circle,” she played a recurring role.
She also had the chance to collaborate with Tom Cruise and Rosamund Pike on the action-thriller movie “Jack Reacher” and starred in the critically acclaimed drama film “Blackbird” that same year. She portrayed Cassandra Lane in the 2014 thriller film “The Captive” and had cameos in the television dramas “Red Widow” and “Motive,” which followed a police procedural. She also played the lead character of Callie Winter on the drama series “Manhattan” in that same year.
In 2015, she made a guest appearance for the second season of the show. She most recently starred in the horror-thriller movie “The Ninth Passenger” (2018) and had a recurring guest role on “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency” (2017).
Alexandra Fast has not made a lot of noise about her romantic relationships. As of 2023, her current relationship status is unknown to the general public.
The estimated amount of Alexia Fast’s net worth is $3 million.