|Born||in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Vancouver Canada, Alexia Fast began her acting career at 11 years old. She booked her first role opposite Carrie Anne Moss in the comedy feature Fido which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and Sundance.
Alexia then went on to book a leading role in the indie feature Past Tense. She won a Leo Award for her performance. Soon after came the opportunity to work with Ashley Judd in the feature film Helen which also premiered at Sundance. Her performance garnered rave reviews and a Leo Award nomination.
During adolescence 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 often recognized for her supporting role opposite Tom Cruise in the Paramount feature Jack Reacher. The film was directed by Academy Award winner Christopher McQuarrie. Alexia is also recognized for her supporting role opposite Ryan Reynolds in the psychological thriller The Captive which was in competition at Cannes 2014.
As a young adult Alexia took an interest in behind the camera work and found an opportunity to do so in the Sony horror feature Grace. Alexia camera operated a major portion of the film under the guidance of the primary camera operator Anna MacDonald as well as playing the title role of Grace and the secondary character of Mary.
In 2014 Alexia booked series regular on the Lionsgate/Skydance/WGN drama series "Manhattan" directed by nine-time Emmy winner Thomas Schlamme.
Alexia now plays Mona Wilder on the Netflix / BBCAmerica series Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency opposite Samuel Barnett and Elijah Wood.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Characters