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Alexis Robinson

I’m from a small town in the mountains of Virginia. Since I was little, I have always enjoyed being in front of a camera. If there was a camera around, I was striking a pose and flashing a smile. It wasn’t a stretch for photography to become one of my favorite hobbies. I also enjoy creating art through painting and drawing. Currently I am working to connect with my community and the world through social media. Some of my favorite social media posts, are my “GRWM” posts. These are directed toward young models, who might benefit from hearing my story of entering the entertainment industry.


Why do I want to become an actor?

Honestly, I didn’t know that I wanted to be an actor. Some folks might say, I’m coming late to

the party. However, in the past year as I have learned more about the entertainment industry

and about my own talents, I’ve discovered that I am an actor. I’m a good storyteller and very

intuitive about people and their feelings. I’m persistent and passionate. I think being a good

actor requires all of these skills.


Who is your biggest inspiration?

I would have to say that Gabrielle Union is my biggest inspiration. The way she carries herself

on and off camera is bold and empowering for a young black woman. The way she tells the

stories of her characters makes you feel like you know them.


My favorite TV show?

My favorite TV show has to be Shameless. I love the fact that the series really does at times

reflect real life. It shows that no matter what is going on or how chaotic your life can get, your

family will always still have unconditional love for you.


If I could be a superhero, who would it be?

I would be Wonder Woman! She is a symbol of women’s rights, justice, equality, & peace.

She represents life without hate, violence, or war. I feel like that’s something we need.


My favorite film?

The Insidious movie, “The Last Key”. That’s the only scary movie that ever really made me

jump! I am a horror film fan. If I don’t jump out of my seat, it’s not scary enough.





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