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Lexa Doig (born Alexandra Lecciones Doig on June 8, 1973) is a Canadian TV and movie actress. She portrayed the title role in the 2000 - 2005 Canadian-American science fiction-adventure television series Andromeda. She also portrayed the female lead role of Rowan in the science fiction-horror movie Jason X (2002), the 10th installment of the Friday the 13th film series. Lexa Doig was born Alexandra Lecciones Doig in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on June 8, 1973. Nicknamed "Spark," she is the younger child of Gloria B. Lecciones and David W. Doig. Her mother is a FilipinoRegistered Nurse who originally came from Dumaguete City, Philippines, and her father is a Canadian engineer of Scottish and Irish descent who was a petroleum Executive Officer in Toronto. Doig is a cousin of American martial artist-stunt performersRey-Phillip Santos and Rowland Santos.

As a child, Doig studied rhythmic gymnastics and, as a teenager, she studied American Sign Language. At the age of six, she wrote and directed her first school play, Strawberry Shortcake, giving the lead role to her best friend. She developed a strong interest in acting and became inspired to become an actor at age 9 after she watched a theatre production of Porgy and Bess, an opera by George Gershwin. Subsequently she participated in as many church and school stage plays as she could.

While completing compulsory secondary education at Don Mills Collegiate Institute, she also enrolled in a vocational modelling programme where at age 16, she was immediately offered representation by a talent agent, which she accepted. She was immediately booked in various modelling projects. She chose to drop out from her final year in high school to pursue an acting career as occupation.

The initial media exposure led to her co-hosting the Canadian game show Video & Arcade Top 10 with friend Gordon Michael Woolvett on YTV, from 1991 to 2006. While auditioning for television and film roles, she worked on theatre productions of Romeo and Juliet and Arsenic and Old Lace

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Lexa Doig (born Alexandra Lecciones Doig on June 8, 1973) is a Canadian TV and movie actress. She portrayed the title role in the 2000 - 2005 Canadian-American science fiction-adventure television series Andromeda. She also portrayed the female lead role of Rowan in the science fiction-horror movie Jason X (2002), the 10th installment of the Friday the 13th film series. Lexa Doig was born Alexandra Lecciones Doig in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on June 8, 1973. Nicknamed "Spark," she is the younger child of Gloria B. Lecciones and David W. Doig. Her mother is a FilipinoRegistered Nurse who originally came from Dumaguete City, Philippines, and her father is a Canadian engineer of Scottish and Irish descent who was a petroleum Executive Officer in Toronto. Doig is a cousin of American martial artist-stunt performersRey-Phillip Santos and Rowland Santos.

As a child, Doig studied rhythmic gymnastics and, as a teenager, she studied American Sign Language. At the age of six, she wrote and directed her first school play, Strawberry Shortcake, giving the lead role to her best friend. She developed a strong interest in acting and became inspired to become an actor at age 9 after she watched a theatre production of Porgy and Bess, an opera by George Gershwin. Subsequently she participated in as many church and school stage plays as she could.

While completing compulsory secondary education at Don Mills Collegiate Institute, she also enrolled in a vocational modelling programme where at age 16, she was immediately offered representation by a talent agent, which she accepted. She was immediately booked in various modelling projects. She chose to drop out from her final year in high school to pursue an acting career as occupation.

The initial media exposure led to her co-hosting the Canadian game show Video & Arcade Top 10 with friend Gordon Michael Woolvett on YTV, from 1991 to 2006. While auditioning for television and film roles, she worked on theatre productions of Romeo and Juliet and Arsenic and Old Lace

Description above from the Wikipedia article Lexa Doig, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 34

Birthday 1973-06-08

Place of Birth Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

Flash Gordon (5 episodes) as Dale Arden
2018 Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: The Disappearing Game as Sally Allison
2018 Reap What You Sew: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2017 A Bundle of Trouble: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2017 Dead Over Heels: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2017 The Arrangement (20 episodes) as Deann Anderson
2016 The Julius House: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2016 Three Bedrooms, One Corpse: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2015 Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2015 A Bone to Pick: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery as Sally Allison
2012 Arrow (6 episodes) as Talia al Ghul
2012 Continuum (42 episodes) as Sonya Valentine
2011 Tactical Force as Jannard
2009 Fireball as Ava Williams
2008 Ba'al as Pena
2007 Second Sight as Jenny Morris
2006 Eureka (1 episode) as Dr. Anne Young (1 episode) as Dr Anne Young
2005 Killer Instinct (1 episode)
2005 Supernatural (1 episode) as Risa
2004 The 4400 (4 episodes) as Wendy
2001 The Tracker as Kim Chang
2001 Smallville (1 episode) as Dr. Christina Lamell
2001 Jason X as Rowan
2001 The Chris Isaak Show (1 episode)
2000 Andromeda (110 episodes) as Andromeda Ascendant
2000 No Alibi as Camille
2000 Code Name: Phoenix as Conchita Flores
1999 Teen Sorcery as Mercedes
1999 CI5: The New Professionals (13 episodes) as Tina Backus
1997 Stargate SG-1 (11 episodes) as Dr. Carolyn Lam
1996 FX: The Series (1 episode)
1996 Traders (2 episodes)
1994 TekWar (18 episodes) as Cowgirl
1993 Ready or Not (1 episode)

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