A little about Lexi
Lexi Johnson was born in Atlanta, GA. Her career in front of the camera began at four years old after signing with Wilhelmina Models, but it was at the age of twelve, while acting in the film series The Sugar Creek Gang, when Lexi's passion for filmmaking really began.
It's likely you've seen her as Pocahontas in Shane Black's The Nice Guys or as Gloria in AMC's Fear the Walking Dead. In 2021, Lexi dazzled in the starring role as Christina in Michael Morissey's psychological thriller The Girl Who Got Away, her most demanding role yet. With a 94% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the film had a limited theatrical release and is currently available for viewing on Amazon and AppleTV. Other notable credits include This Is Us, Days of Our Lives, Eruption: LA, Anomaly, and Yogurt, a 20 minute short film she cowrote and starred in that had the honor of screening at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
After the pandemic, Lexi decided it was time to go all in on a lifelong dream of directing. She took everything she's learned throughout her life on set and made They Took Jacob, an 11 minute short film inspired by a real event during the Vietnam War. The award-winning film was completed in June of this year and is currently making its way through the film festival circuit. She has more projects in the works with plans to keep writing, directing, and acting, as nothing makes her happier.
Lexi's dedicated her life to creative living and when she isn't on set, she's painting, reading, shooting portraits, coaching, and dreaming.
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