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Lexi Alexander

filmmaker and activist

Lexi Alexander is ...


Born 23 August 1974 in Mannheim
Age 48 years, 8 months

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship Germany
Occupation film producer, film director, screenwriter, karateka and kickboxer
Nominated for Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film
Twitter username lexialex
Sport karate
Educated at University of California, Los Angeles

About Lexi Alexander

Lexi Alexander: The Filmmaker and Activist Who Refuses to Stay Silent

Lexi Alexander was born on August 23, 1974, in Mannheim, Germany. She grew up in a family of mixed heritage, with a Palestinian father and a German mother. Her upbringing in a multicultural environment instilled in her a strong sense of social justice and a desire to fight against inequality and discrimination.

Alexander started her career as a martial artist, becoming a world champion in kickboxing and karate. She then transitioned to filmmaking, directing several short films and music videos before making her feature film debut with the 2002 drama "Johnny Flynton."

However, it was her second feature film, "Green Street Hooligans," that put her on the map. The film, which explored the violent world of English football hooliganism, received critical acclaim and won the Audience Award at the South by Southwest Film Festival.

Alexander's subsequent films, including "Punisher: War Zone" and "Lifted," showcased her ability to tackle diverse genres and subject matters. But it was her outspoken activism that truly set her apart.

As a woman of color in a predominantly white and male-dominated industry, Alexander has been a vocal advocate for diversity and inclusion in Hollywood. She has spoken out against whitewashing and the lack of opportunities for women and people of color in the film industry.

In addition to her work in film, Alexander has also been a prominent activist, advocating for Palestinian rights and speaking out against police brutality and racism. She has written numerous articles and given speeches on these issues, using her platform to raise awareness and effect change.

Alexander's refusal to stay silent and her commitment to social justice have earned her a loyal following and the respect of her peers. She continues to inspire and empower others through her work and activism.


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- "Lexi Alexander." Wikipedia,

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