Alexandra Holden (Alexandra Paige Holden) is an American actress who was born on 30 April 1977, in Northfield, Minnesota, USA. She is most recognized for her appearances in the film such as "Drop Dead Gorgeous", and "The Hot Chick", as well as recurrent roles on TV shows such as "Friends".
Due to her outstanding performance in films, she has fan following from all over the world. She was nominated for Fright Meter Award in the category Best Supporting Actress in "Lovely Molly" in year 2012.
Alexandra Paige Holden
Date of Birth
30 April 1977
Northfield, Minnesota, USA
Family and Early Life:
Holden is the daughter of Barry Holden and Kristi Holden. She graduated from the Northfield Public School. From a young age, she pursued an acting career. Before being cast in television shows, she worked as a waiter.
The estimated net worth of Alexandra Holden is around $1 million. She makes her fortune through her successful career as an actress. She has appeared in many films tv shows. She has more than 19k followers in her Instagram account.
Alexandra Holden was married to Johnny Strong who is an actor-singer and songwriter. They tied the knot in 1997, after three years of marriage they got divorced.
Holden debuted on the film "The Last Time I Committed Suicide", based on a 19950 Letter Penned by Neal Cassady in 1997. More film prospects would soon present themselves, including "In & Out", a romantic comedy starring Kevin Kline and Tom Selleck that was inspired by Tom Hanks' Oscar acceptance speech for his role in "Philadelphia".
Her profile continued to soar in the late 1990s, thanks to consistent parts in films such as Kirsten Dunst's "Drop Dead Gorgeous" and Amy Adam's cinematic debut. In 2001, she was cast in the comedy film "Sugar & Spice", about a gang of high school cheerleaders who attempt armed robbery when one of them runs out of money.
Furthermore, "The Hot Chick", released in 2002, was one of her most well-known flicks. She also starred in a number of horror films around this time, beginning with "Wishcraft" and continuing with "Dead End' the following year.
She started in "Dark Reel" in 2008 and subsequently worked on "Lovely Molly" in 2009. her transition to a more television role began in the 2000s, when she appeared in several episodes of "Friends" as Ross's girlfriend, played by David Schwimmer.
Friends series is one of the most popular series which has won numerous awards during its run. She has played in several films and television shows.