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|Born||Alexandra Danielle Ainsworth
October 28, 1992
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.
Personal life and career
Ainsworth was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. At age 6, she began dancing on stage at the local ballet company.
This led her to appear in several theater productions, such as The Wizard of Oz (playing a munchkin) and To Kill A Mockingbird (portraying Scout). However, it was after attending a film camp in New York that Lexi developed an interest in film and television acting. She then headed to Los Angeles where she enrolled in an acting camp program. A talent agency noticed Ainsworth, and they sent her out to audition for her first national commercial, subsequently for Barbie dolls.
After shooting various commercials, Ainsworth acquired a role in the short film Caroline Crossing, and soon after, she portrayed Grace Budd in the film The Gray Man.
In June 2009, Ainsworth joined the cast of General Hospital as Kristina Davis. On October 7, 2011, she confirmed that she had shot her last scenes in the role, and her last airdate was November 4. On July 29, 2015, Soap Opera Digest broke news that Ainsworth would reprise the role of Kristina by fall 2015.
In 2012, Ainsworth appeared in the film So This Is Christmas.
|2005||Medical Investigation||Kaitlin Ronson||1 episode|
|2006||Caroline Crossing||Caroline Price|
|2007||The Gray Man||Grace Budd|
|2009||General Hospital||Kristina Davis||2009–2011|
|2011||Criminal Minds||Abby Miller||Episode: "I Love You, Tommy Brown"|
|2012||So This Is Christmas||Ashley|
|2013||Cougar Town||Young Girl||Episode: "Saving Grace"|
|The Bully Chronicles||Jessica|
|2014||Death Clique||Sara Cowan|
|2015||A Girl Like Her||Jessica Burns|
- Daytime Emmy Nomination - Outstanding Younger Actress - 2011
- Young Artist Awards Nominated - Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series - Young Actress - 2012
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- Kroll, D: "Supporting winners are back, first-timer winner guaranteed in Younger fields" http://soapcentral.com/soapcentral/news/2011/0511-emmy_noms_list.php
- "33rd Annual Young Artist Awards – Nominations / Special Awards". The Young Artist Foundation. 2012. Retrieved 2012-04-07.