Alexandra Nell is a bi-coastal artist, working in film and television in the United States and Australia. Graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 2015, Alexandra was recognised as the first person in history to take out three prestigious awards, including; Hazel Treweek ‘Excellence in Shakespeare’ Award, Keith Bain ‘Excellence in Movement’ Award, and the Leslie Walford Scholarship for ‘Creative achievement’.
Post graduating, Alexandra starred in the the short film We Were Here directed by David Vincent Smith, winning the Jaguar Award for 'Best Performance by an Actress' at the 28th annual Western Australian Screen Awards in 2016.
In 2018, Alexandra recently completed filming the following projects; the Australian feature film Koko: A Red Dog Story, co-produced by Nelson Woss (Red Dog, Ned Kelly) and Lauren Brunswick (Top Knot Detective), the Matchbox Pictures / ABC co-production of the Television drama series The Heights alongside noted Australian actress Roz Hammond, the Screenwest and Screen Australian funded web-series; Single Ladies, and the Screenwest funded short film Burden.
Alexandra is currently filming in New Mexico, for the upcoming Netflix film Rattlesnake, directed by Zak Hilditch (1922, These Final Hours).
Winner, Best Actress, 28th annual WA Screen Awards, 2016
Winner, Leslie Walford Scholarship, NIDA, 2016
Winner, Excellence in Movement, Keith Bain Award, NIDA, 2015
Winner, Excellence in Shakespeare, Hazel Treweek Award, NIDA, 2016