Known from movies
|Date of birth||July 8, 1984|
|Fact||Attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts during high school.|
Who is Alexis Dziena? Wiki bio
Alexis Gabrielle Dziena was born in New York City, USA, on July 8, 1984, so her zodiac sign is Cancer and she is an American national. Alexis is an actressperhaps best known for playing the main character Lysee Key in the mystery drama film “Bringing Rain” in 2003, which also starred Adrian Grenier, Paz de la Huerta and Merritt Wever, in the story about several students studying at a boarding school, who are all been involved in a life changing accident.
Early life and education
Alexis is of Polish, Italian and Irish descent and was raised alongside her older brother Alexander ‘Alex’ Dziena (musician and DJ) in New York by their father, who was a lawyer, and mother, who taught at a local high school. . She fell in love with acting at a very young age, which led to her parents later paying for her to study at the private Saint Ann’s School. known for great programs in sciences and arts. Alexis attended with her friend, actress Paz de la Huerta, and the girls often spent their summers together in South Jersey’s Sea Isle City.
Alexis also worked on her acting skills at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and appeared in many plays performed there. After matriculation, she enrolled at New York University’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in acting.
Roles in TV series
Alexis made her TV series debut in 2002 playing Bola in the “Witchblade” episode “Parabolic”. In 2003, she appeared as Mia Van Wagner in the episode “Pandora” of the crime drama series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, as well as Lena Parkova in the episode “House Calls” of the police procedural legal drama series “Law & Order” .
She played Bonnie in two episodes of the fantasy family series “Joan of Arcadia” in 2005, and then was invited to play her first main character – Kira Underlay – in the drama horror mystery series “Invasion”, which also starred William Fichtner, Eddie Cibrian and Kari Matchett and follows the lives of a Florida Park Ranger and his wife and children after a hurricane hits their town. Alexis shot for it from 2005 until it ended after 21 episodes in 2006 – the series was nominated for eight awards.
Two of her last TV series appearances were in single episodes of the soap opera “One Life to Live” playing the Pretty Girl in 2007, and in the comedy drama series “Entourage” playing the recurring character Ashley Brooks in eight episodes in 2009.
Roles in movies
Alexis made her debut in a movie in “Season of Youth” in 2003, followed by her appearances in four other movies in the same year, such as “Mimic 3: Sentinel” and “Rhinoceros Eyes”. She portrayed Gopher’s Girlfriend in the crime drama movie “Wonderland”, but her scenes were eventually cut.
Alexis was praised for her performance as lead character Hannah Vogul in the drama film “She’s Too Young”, which also starred Mike Erwin and Miriam McDonald, and follows a teenage girl who has a sexually transmitted disease, as well as most of the other students at her high school. Some of Alexis’ next appearances were in “Stone Cold” in 2005, “The Great New Wonderful” and “Sex and Breakfast” in 2007.
In 2008, she portrayed Gemma Honeycutt in the action-adventure film “Fool’s Gold”, starring Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson and Donald Sutherland, and which follows a married couple who go on an adventure to find a long-lost treasure; the film was nominated for five awards. In the same year, Alexis played Tris in the romantic comedy ‘Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist’ before being invited to play Maria in the Australian crime film ‘Tenderness’ in 2009, which also starred Russell Crowe and Jon Foster. followed a police officer trying to find out if a teenager had killed his family.
In 2010, Alexis appeared in the critically acclaimed romantic comedy film ‘When in Rome’ while some of her last roles in films in 2012 were in the surreal comedy ‘Wrong’ where she played Emma, the drama ‘Sister’ where she played Ashley Presser and in the mysterious horror film “Without Ward” in 2015.
Love life and relationships
In 2000, Alexis met the famous American actor and model Michael Carmen Pitt on the set of a movie, and within a week they started dating. The two have been seen together at most red carpet events, while also going to parties together, and it is rumored that they also got engaged in the second half of 2003.
However, they split into 2005 for unknown reasons, although it was widely believed that Michael cheated on Alexis.
Just a year after their breakup, Michael stated that he was already engaged to Jamie Bochert, a famous American musician and model and called her his other half.
Alexis has been linked to several other actors, and is widely believed to have had several brief relationships, none of which lasted more than five months. She is currently single, is not married and has no children.
Hobbies and other interests
Alexis enjoyed the time spent in college and would like to enroll in another one in the future and do it all over again. Her biggest hobby is read autobiographical novelswhile she also enjoys reading books based on true events, such as John Boyne’s ‘The House of Special Purpose’ about the end of the reign of the ruling Russian Romanov family, and Michael Punke’s ‘The Revenant’, which follows life of Hugh Glass, who was an American frontier in 1823.
Alexis knows how to play the piano and cello, and fell in love with singing and dancing when she was left home alone and started listening to and dancing to the music on TV.
Alexis has her own favorite Hollywood actors and actresses, including Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr. and Natalie Portman, while some of her favorite movies include the “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Iron Man,” and “V for Vendetta” franchise.
Appearance and power
Alexis is 35 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 1.57 m tall and weighs about 49 kg. As of April 2020, her ability is estimated at over $3 million.
|First and last name||Alexis Dziena|
|Date of birth||July 8, 1984|
|Education||American Academy of Dramatic Arts, St. Ann’s High School, Secunderabad, Saint Ann’s School|
|Brothers or sisters||Alex Dziena|
|Movies||Fool’s Gold, Broken Flowers, Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist, When in Rome, She’s Too Young, Sex and Breakfast, Mimic 3: Sentinel, Bringing Rain, Havoc, Strangers with Candy, Tenderness, Stone Cold, Rhinoceros Eyes, Season of Youth, The Great New Wonderful, Wonderland, Wrong, Pizza, Sister|
|1||Attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts during high school.|
|2||Attended Saint Ann’s School alongside her Bringing Rain (2003) co-star Paz de la Huerta.|
|3||Has appeared in the Joey Ramone music video “What a Wonderful World” with then-boyfriend Michael Pitt (2002).|
|4||Has an older brother named Alex who is a musician and DJ.|
|5||Has Irish, Italian and Polish ancestry.|
|6||Was a member of “The Eastsiders”. Some other members included Michael Pitt, Rodrigo Lopresti, Gray Madder, Francis Benhamou, Bennie Slay, Sam Lisenco and Ryan Donowho.|
|Without department||2017||after-production||Explorer Check|
|When in Rome||2010||Joan|
|Nick and Norah’s infinite playlist||2008||Tris|
|The fool’s gold||2008/i||Gemma Honeycutt|
|Sex and breakfast||2007||heather|
|A life to live||2007||TV serials||Nice girl|
|Invasion||2005-2006||TV serials||Kira bottom layer|
|Jesse Stone: Stone cold||2005||TV movie||Candace Pennington|
|The great new miracle||2005||Angie (scenes deleted)|
|Joan of Arcadia||2005||TV serials||Bonnie|
|Aliens with Candy||2005||Melissa|
|She’s too young||2004||TV movie||Hannah Vogul|
|Wonderland||2003||Gopher’s Girlfriend (scenes deleted)|
|Rhinoceros Eyes||2003||Bird girl|
|bring rain||2003||Lysee key|
|Law & authority||2003||TV serials||Lena Parkov|
|Mimic: Sentinel||2003||Video||Pink Montrose|
|Season of Youth||2003|
|Law & Order: special unit for victims||2003||TV serials||Mia van Wagner|
|Witch sword||2002||TV serials||bola|
|Fashion news live||2014||TV serials||herself|
|Below the Scenes||2013||Documentary short|
|Phase 7: making a non-movie||2013||Video documentary short||herself|
|Broken flowers: start to finish||2006||Video documentary short||Himself (uncredited)|
|The Sharon Osbourne Show||2004||TV serials||herself|
|2016||Best Supporting Actress||Hoboken International Film Festival||Best Supporting Actress||Evol: The Theory of Love (2015)|