Alycia Debnam-Carey Biography
(Australian Actress Known for Her Role as ‘Lexa’ in the TV Series ‘The 100’)
Birthday: July 20, 1993 (Cancer)
Born In: Sydney, Australia
Alycia Debnam-Carey is an Australian actress known for her roles in TV shows such as ‘Fear the Walking Dead’. Born in Sydney, Australia, she began acting at the age of eight. Her first role was in the short film ‘Martha’s New Coat’. She made her TV debut in an episode of the TV series ‘McLeod’s Daughter. Her first important work was a recurring role in the sci-fi TV series ‘The 100’. It was based on a novel series of the same name. She portrayed the role of Commander Lexa, a powerful leader of twelve clans. Her popularity increased further after her role in ‘Fear the Walking Dead,’ a horror drama TV series. The show was met positively by critics and has also won multiple awards and nominations. She has appeared in other short films such as ‘Jigsaw Girl’ and ‘The Branch’ as well. She made her feature film debut with a main role in the found-footage disaster film ‘Into the Storm’. The film did quite well commercially, though reviews were mostly negative.