Alexandra Dreyfus

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Alexandra Dreyfus
Born (1986-04-07) April 7, 1986 (age 33)
Other namesLexi, Lexie, Ra
OccupationDirector, photographer, writer, actress, singer, video blogger

Alexandra "Ra" or "Lexie" Dreyfus (born April 7, 1986[1]) is an American director, photographer, writer, actress, artists. She is best known for her work directing music videos and commercials, photographing celebrities, portraying Sarah Genatiempo in the Internet series lonelygirl15 and its spinoff LG15: The Resistance.


Alexandra Dreyfus was born in Los Angeles, California. As a young adult she appeared in soap operas, commercials and on Barbie boxes, as the face of Mattel. Alexandra moved to Germany, where she trained under a Vogue photographer.

She moved back to LA, and worked in production for Bully Pictures and Bullrun car rallies. Alexandra then went on to star on the webseries, Lonelygirl15 –

Thus launched a successful acting career. She moved to London, to be on a show for ITV 4. While abroad she also wrote an opinion column for British magazine Dapper. She then went on to become head-writer in LA for Digital Playground, earning a Best Picture AVN Nomination for her script, Assassins.

For a time, Alexandra worked for Paris Hilton, after which she moved to New York City and developed a name for herself as fine art photographer, Ra Dreyfus.

Alexandra is currently working on various projects, including her first animated comedy 'Jesse'. Two pieces from her fine art exhibition 'Demons' were featured in the Louvre in Paris.



  1. ^ a b "Lexie Dreyfus on MySpace music". Retrieved September 4, 2009.

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