Lexi graduated from London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on their Bachelor of Acting program with first class honours. During her time she learnt acting craft and technique from some of the UK’s top tutors. Her career highlight was performing at the Globe as ‘Lady Anne’ in Richard III for the 2013 Wanamaker Festival. Lexi also performed in Appetite with Miriam Margoyles, Tamsin Greig, Jemma Redgrave and Jason Isaacs. Her Shakespeare credits include ‘Julia’ in Two Gentlemen of Verona, ‘Imogen’ in Cymbeline, ‘Titania’ in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and ‘Kent’ in King Lear. In London Lexi also performed as ‘Clytemnestra’ in the Orestia, ‘Florina’ in Mad Forest, ‘Imogen’ in The Lightening Play, ‘Darlene’ in Balm in Gilead and in her own one women show about Marilyn Monroe, a version of which returned to Canberra last year.
Her training specialised in voice, classic and modern texts and included techniques from Sandford Meisner, Mike Alfred, Uta Hagen, Cicely Berry and Kristen Linklater. Since returning to Australia, Lexi has been working as a voice-over artist and began teaching acting and voice privately. Her Australian performances include ‘Marianne’ in Constellations and ‘Miss Cannon’ in the upcoming series of Rake.
Lexi discussses her character, Beatrice
Lexi as Lady Anne, Globe Theatre, London
Lexi performs Sonnet #140