As a relative of Sarah Bernhardt, performing is in Lexie’s blood. She began her professional career at an early age appearing in numerous television commercials and print work throughout her childhood.

During this time, Lexie began training at the Italia Conti Academy of the Arts and won professional roles, such as Dorothy Gale in “The Wizard of Oz” and Young Cosette in “Les Miserables” in London’s West End. From there, she also gained her Gold Medal in LAMDA with one of the highest distinctions of the year, earning a nomination for the Best Performers award from the prestigious LAMDA Academy. Her training continued through various courses at prestigious drama school RADA as well at The Actors Centre & Actors Guild.

Throughout her teenage years she continued to work in theatre roles, including winning a Best Actress award for her performance as Nikki in John Godbers “Shakers Re-stirred”. Lexie also gained invaluable knowledge of working on a major film set as a body double for Hermione in a number of the Harry Potter films, where she was then recommended to double for Keira Knightley in ‘The Duchess’.

From there, Lexie has been lucky enough to secure roles in such projects as ‘Agatha Christie’s Poirot’, ‘The other Boleyn Girl’ and ‘Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street’. Lexie then starred opposite Ray Winstone in ‘Cold Kiss’, a film bringing awareness to knife crime on behalf of the Rob Knox Memorial Fund. Lexie portrayed the role of Christine Daae in ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ in Las Vegas, and played real life Victorian murder victim Mary Jane Kelly, in ‘Jack the Ripper – The Definitive Story’ which was televised worldwide.

Lexie has also been involved in several photographic projects playing historical and literary characters for publications such as Italian Vogue, Vintage Life and literary covers. She has also leant her voice to various projects including the leading role of Princess Hannah in ‘Princess Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors’ and as Queen Victoria in a documentary celebrating her reign.