While watching Hook with her father at age 5, Lexi asked her Dad if someday she could be a fairy like Tinkerbell. Her father smiled and said, "Pumpkin, I think you might be too big to be a fairy." From that moment on, Lexi decided that if she couldn't be a fairy she wanted to do exactly what Julia Roberts did.
Lexi Blevins was born on March 18 in Atlanta, GA. She began dancing at age 3, and acting at 7. She acted in community theatre and school plays, but didn't seriously consider a career in acting till high school where she was encouraged to pursue a theatre degree.
At Baylor University in Texas, Blevins became an avid D&D player and joined Alpha Delta Pi where she learned valuable leadership skills and gained lifelong friends. Blevins also volunteered at the humane society which lead her to adopting her dog Strider. Upon graduating, she chose to move back home to Atlanta to pursue acting.
Blevins' first big break came when she was cast as Hannah in the film-enhanced ebook The Last Hybrid. She was then cast in her best known project, GASM media's new web series Rivals staring Blevins as Vic.
Making her way onto the small screen, Blevins starred as Samantha in a TV special airing on Shorts HD and earned a role on TV One's new show Born Again Virgins.
Blevins continues to train with her acting coach Adam Stoner. She spends most of her free time hiking, rock climbing, and continues to watch every movie starring Julia Roberts.
Name: Lexi Blevins
Lives in: Atlanta, Georgia
Occupation: Actor, Marketing/pr, Prop Master and Voice Actor
The Ark Royale
Film (short) by Chandler Kravitz (Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actress The short film follows the steadfast Captain DeWolfe as he commands the Ark Royale, a deep space industrial mining ship. During its maiden voyage, a mass of strange objects suddenly appear in the distance and begins firing on the Ark. As DeWolfe's Crew pleads with him to abandon the ship, he instead decides that the best option is to fight back. Written by Chandler Kravitz
Television (Comedy) Actress Steve, Christian, Jenny, Layla, Mike and Michelle are not your average group of friends. They struggle to maintain careers, relationships and even their own friendship as they move through their often quirky and strange daily lives. Closely tied together, but often fraying, they have to depend on each other as they try to grow up and stop the party lifestyle. Written by Jay Ward
Born Again Virgin
Television by Ranada Shepard (Comedy) Actress Jenna (Danielle Nicolet), a 34 year-old up-and-coming blogger, decides to become celibate when she finds her body count is starting to trump her age. Using her blog as encouragement for her newly adapted sex diet and also as a sounding board for her girlfriends' often amusing "sexcapades," Jenna is determined to make the blog a success and transform her friends in the process. Written by TVOne.tv
Television (Comedy) Actress Pro Gamer Jason just met the girl of his dreams, but he's about to discover that she's also his biggest competition. With the all-important Regionals coming up, what begins as a simple rivalry turns into an IRL war as both teams try to lie, cheat, and scheme their way to victory. RIVALS, presented by geek bar Battle & Brew, proves that there's no such thing as love within the lanes.
Film (short) by Ken Feinberg (Drama) Actress
Film (short) by Victoria Bostic (Thriller) Actress Our story beings with a shero (heroine) peering out over the city. From her narration, we learn of her discontent with the city that she has been serving for long enough that she feels responsible for its prosperity but also for its apparent reckless outlook. As a quick aside of the main character's narration, we meet Linda Oakley-Brown, a blogger and voice of the aforementioned city who both praises and conversely bashes the shero's integrity within the city. Later, we find out the Linda has been murdered and the only incriminating piece of evidence that has been left on the scene is Linda's cell phone, which contains a video of the murder taking place. As a detective surveys the crime scene the next night, he is joined by the heroine who attempts to apprehend the cellular device but is stopped by the detective. That night, as the detective leaves the building of the murder, the shero stands atop a building and discards her mask revealing a persona that matches that of the killer in ... Written by Patrick Edmond
Baylor University (Waco, TX)