1978 (age 35–36)
Alexandra Moen (born 1978) is an English actress, best known for her roles as Emily James in the drama series Hotel Babylon, Tamsin in the drama series Tripping Over, and Lucy Saxon in the science fiction series Doctor Who.
Moen was born in Pisa, Italy, the daughter of an oceanographer father and teacher mother. She lived briefly in Canada and Bermuda with her two younger brothers, until moving to England in 1991. She studied English at Leeds University, later going on to train at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
- .357 (2005) - Mel
- Falling (2005) - Daphne
- Not Alone (2011) - Chloe
- Bert and Dickie (2012) - Rosalind Burnell
- Foyle's War (2004) episode "Enemy Fire" - Mary Wrenn
- Midsomer Murders (2005) episode "Second Sight" - Emma Kirby (credited as Alexandra Moon)
- Whatever Love Means - Princess Anne
- Tripping Over (2006) - Tamsin
- Doctor Who (2007&2009) - Lucy Saxon
- Hotel Babylon (2008–2009) - Emily James
- Waking the Dead (2008) - Cathy Reading
- Casualty (2010)
- Doctors (2010) episode "Five Seconds" - Laura Thomas
- Strike Back: Project Dawn (2011) - Kerry Stonebridge
- Death Comes to Pemberley (2013) - Jane Bingley
- Luther (2013)
- The Seagull in Chichester, (2003) - Nina
- The Hinge of the World at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford (2003) - Maria Celeste
- The Merchant of Venice in Chichester, (2003) - Jessica
- Look Back in Anger at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh (2005) - Helena
- Phaedra's Love at the Bristol Old Vic (2005) - Strophe
- Shoreditch Madonna at the Soho Theatre, London (2005) - Christina
- The Lady from the Sea at the Rose Theatre, Kingston (2012) - Hilde
- "Press Office - Hotel Babylon". BBC. 2008-02-08. Archived from the original on 30 April 2008. Retrieved 2008-04-15.
- "The Hinge of the World' - Various reviews". aord.co.uk. April 2003. Retrieved 2007-06-28.
- "'Look Back in Anger' - Various reviews". David-Tennant.com. April 2003. Archived from the original on 2007-07-31. Retrieved 2007-06-28.
- Rachel Lynn Brody (2003-04-02). "'Look Back in Anger' - Review". British Theatre Guide. Retrieved 2007-06-28.