Alexia Fast

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Alexia Fast
Alexia Fast.jpg
Born(1992-09-12) September 12, 1992 (age 22)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
OccupationActress
Years active2002–present
Website
AlexiaFast.com
 
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Alexia Fast
Alexia Fast.jpg
Born(1992-09-12) September 12, 1992 (age 22)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
OccupationActress
Years active2002–present
Website
AlexiaFast.com

Alexia Fast (born September 12, 1992) is a Canadian actress. She began her career at the age of seven when she wrote, directed, and starred in the short film The Red Bridge, which premiered at the 2002 Atlantic and Reel to Reel Film Festivals. She obtained her first agent at the age of 11 and later starred in the film Fido.[1]

Early life[edit]

Fast was born in Vancouver, British Columbia.[2]

Career[edit]

At the age of seven, Fast wrote, directed, and starred in a short film entitled The Red Bridge. She starred in her first feature film, Fido, at the age of 11 after gaining her first agent. She also appeared in television films such as His and Her Christmas, Past Tense, and Firestorm: The Last Stand at Yellowstone. After she starred in Fido, she appeared in TV series until 2009, when she starred as Julie in the feature film Helen.

Fast played a role in Hungry Hills and Repeaters, both of which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.[3][4] In 2010, she had a leading role in Triple Dog. Shortly after, she shot her most recent episode of Supernatural and featured in Last Kind Words and Blackbird. In 2012, she had a supporting role in the film Jack Reacher.

Fast won two Leo Awards, the first one 2007 in the category Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama for her role in Past Tense,[5] and 2011 in the category Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Feature Length Drama for Repeaters.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
2005His and Her ChristmasJacquiTelevision film
2006Past TenseSara ShayTelevision film
2006Firestorm: Last Stand at YellowstoneMayaTelevision film
2006FidoCindy Bottoms
2006Swimming LessonsMean GirlTelevision film
2007The Party Never Stops: Diary of a Binge DrinkerSadie BrennerTelevision film
2007Kickin It Old SkoolYoung Jennifer
2008Left CoastBronwynTelevision film
2008Gym Teacher: The MovieSuzieTelevision film
2008Paul PontiusNarratorVoice
Short film
2009HelenJulie
2009What Goes UpHannah
2009Hungry HillsRobin
2010The CultRachelTelevision film
2010FakersEmma ArchibaldTelevision film
2010RepeatersCharlotte Halsted
2010The 19th WifeFiveTelevision film
2010Triple DogEve
2012Midnight SunMirandaTelevision film
2012Last Kind WordsAmanda
2012BlackbirdDeanna Roy
2012Jack ReacherSandy
2014The CaptiveCass Piper

Television[edit]

YearSeriesRoleNotes
2006SupernaturalMissy BenderEpisode: "The Benders"
2006–2007The 4400Lindsey Hammond3 episodes
2007Masters of HorrorMarylynEpisode: "We All Scream for Ice Cream"
2007Masters of Science FictionGinnie1 episode
2007Tin ManYoung Azkadellia3 episodes
2007KayaKristin10 episodes
2009FlashpointElla BrandtEpisode: "Perfect Storm"
2011FMA WeeklyGuest1 episode
2012The Secret CircleEva3 episodes
2012SupernaturalEmmaEpisode: "The Slice Girls"
2014Red WidowBliss2 episodes
2014MotiveJanine BoxtonEpisode: "Dead End"
2014ManhattanCallie Winter

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Biography". Alexia Fast. Retrieved 2013-05-19. 
  2. ^ "Meet Vancouver Up-and-Comer Alexia Fast, Whose New Film, Blackbird, Deals with the Dark Reality of Bullying". Shedoesthecity.com. Retrieved 2013-05-19. 
  3. ^ Polischuk, Heather (12 August 2009). "Saskatchewan film 'Hungry Hills' to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival". Vancouversun.com. Retrieved 2013-05-19. 
  4. ^ McWeeny, Drew (15 May 2013). "TIFF Exclusive: Trailer premiere for dark sci-fi drama Repeaters". Hitfix.com. Retrieved 2013-05-19. 
  5. ^ Leo Awards, 2007 Winners
  6. ^ Leo Awards, 2011 Winners

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