Alex Evans (model)
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|Born||Alexandra Emma Evans
18 August 1989
|Height||5 ft 7.5 in (1.71 m)|
Alexandra Evans (born 18 August 1989) is a British actress and model.
In 2008 Evans was crowned winner of Britain's Next Top Model (cycle 4) beating 13 other hopefuls. This led to modeling work, including a TV advert for Superdrug Barry M makeup in May 2010, a TV advert for Nintendo Wii game "Another Code R" and a Yeo Valley advertising campaign in October 2010. In 2013 she landed the Warehouse world wide campaign 'Style me if you can' in which she was the lead character in nine short films, directed by Danny Sangra.
She recently landed a small role in the film London fields. Her other work includes features such as Soho Cigarette and The Thompsons.
Hallmark Films release 'Crown for Christmas' on 27 November, starring Rupert Penry Jones and Danica Mckellar. Alex plays the role of Countess Celia.
She is currently represented by Debi Allen Associates London.
In April 2011 she appeared in the music video of 'Down Down Down' by Charlie Simpson, a former member of Busted.
She has recently done presenting work for the RBS Six Nations TV coverage.
She currently lives in LA. Previously she attended Prior's Field School and Godalming College where she studied Theatre Studies, English Literature and Psychology A-level.