Alexandra Paul Actress and activist

The star of over 70 feature films and television programs, in 2009 Alexandra Paul starred in THE BOY SHE MET ONLINE, and co-starred in THE FRANKENSTEIN BROTHERS. In 2008, she starred in four films, co-starred in a fifth, and guest starred in the Emmy nominated series MAD MEN. Alexandra is also featured in the award winning documentary WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR.

Internationally recognized for her 5-year starring role as Lt. Stephanie Holden in the hit series BAYWATCH, Alexandra began her acting career at age 18 and starred in the motion picture AMERICAN FLYERS opposite Kevin Costner, DRAGNET opposite Tom Hanks & Dan Aykroyd, EIGHT MILLIONS WAYS TO DIE opposite Jeff Bridges & Andy Garcia, Stephen King's CHRISTINE, SPYHARD with Leslie Nielsen and two films opposite Pierce Brosnan.

For 4 years, Alexandra hosted the extreme sports series WILD WATERS on the Outdoor Life Network; concurrently hosting the WE network series WINNING WOMEN for two seasons. For 7 years, she co-hosted the environmental cable access talk show EARTH TALK TODAY.

In 1997, the United Nations commended Alexandra for her environmental activism. In 1999, she won the International Green Cross award. Alexandra was honored by the ACLU of Southern California as their 2005 Activist of the Year for her long history of fighting for the environment, voting rights and non-violence.

Alexandra has been a vegetarian she was 14. She composts, has owned electric cars for 20 years, and will not use any products tested on animals. She has traveled to Nicaragua with a medical aid group, and to South Africa to register voters. She also speaks fluent French, is a certified Emergency Medical Technician and has registered voters every Wednesday evening for the past 12 years.

In 1997, Alexandra competed in the HAWAII IRONMAN, a grueling 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and 26.2 mile marathon. In 2006, she swam 10 miles from Lanai to Maui, and last year she swam an 11 mile ocean race in Fiji.

Alexandra wrote, produced and hosted the award winning films JAMPACKED, about the human overpopulation crisis, and THE COST OF COOL, on happiness and materialism.

Alexandra has also personally spoken, classroom-by-classroom, to over 6,000 Los Angeles teenagers on the issue of human overpopulation. In 1986, she co-founded YOUNG ARTISTS UNITED, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping teenagers in need. In 2005, Alexandra garnered worldwide attention when she was arrested for protesting the crushing of GM’s electric vehicle, the EV1.