I had a wonderful time seeing my castmates from American Flyers, Rae Dawn Chong and Luca Bercovici, last night in Las Vegas at the Interbike Awards Gala. The movie was being honoured as an iconic film within the bicycling world, and it was fun to see how important the movie has been to cycling enthusiasts from all over the world. Luca flew in from Hungary – I had not seen him since I ran into him at an audition 20 years ago. I saw Rae Dawn (who will be a grandmother in 2 weeks!) last year at an autograph signing, but it was great to catch up with her. She was hiliarous on stage – who knew she was s... Read more
1) Not a question, actually! Just immense and sincere appreciation for incentive after your Hawaiian Ironman race in ’97. I realized my dream in 2005 and was a finisher there myself! Thank you, Alexandra, for that. I am awed now by your swims and social activism. Keep it up. Grateful thanks for inspiring me again, this after a really tough two years with the cancer diagnosis and death of my lovely lady, to be even better in my personal journey to help others on the path of fitness, physical-emotional-mental health, and life! Bless you and yours always,
Alexandra. With humble sincerity,
Thomas (Tom) Hamilton.
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1) Hi Alexandra! :) I’m 25 years old, and I’ve got autism. I thought you were really awesome in the 1987 movie version of the classic television show “Dragnet” as Connie Swail with Dan Aykroyd as Sgt. Joe Friday and Tom Hanks as Detective Pep Streebek, along with Bill Gannon himself (as well as Colonel Potter on “M*A*S*H” which my grandpa watches), Harry Morgan (who played on the original “Dragnet” with Jack Webb), Franklin M. Hart Jr. himself, Dabney Coleman as the Hugh Hefner parody Jerry Caesar, and Captain Von Trapp himself, Christopher Plummer as the evil Rev. Jonat... Read more
I recently traveled with other DxE activists to document the conditions of the thousands of piglets held at a Farmer John factory farm, and to get medical help for those we could.
The night was pitch black, foggy and cool as we walked up to the rows and rows of low slung, cement barracks in remote Corcoran, CA. Spotlights pierced through the fog, giving everything an eerie glow. We put on protective clothing, masks and booties so we did not bring any unnecessary germs into the buildings, and to protect ourselves from the filthy conditions. The following video gives you an idea of what we saw. I am grateful we we... Read more
1) Hello Alexandra! I just adore you so much and all that you stand for. I love how you stand up for your beliefs. I know you’re very active in the LGBT community and have been involved in some films from power-up before. Back in 2001 you attended the power-up gala with other celebrities. At that event another favorite actress of mine was there in Claire Stansfield. Do you recall meeting her? She is also in LA and I would love to see you two in a film together one day or just standing next to each other for a photo. Do you think that could ever happen? Thanks and keep up the great work. You’re amazi... Read more
I am excited to be talking once again on how break bad habits and make healthy new ones. Please join me as I discuss how you can get healthier by making a few simple changes in your life.
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1) Hi Alexandra,
I am just curious, but are you in anyway related to Ashley Williams? She looks just like you. Also, I didn’t know you were an identical twin. That is so cool! I’ve always loved you as an actress, since I first saw you in Baywatch.
I am not related to Ashley Williams, although she is the sister of the wonderful actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley (married to the country star Brad Paisley).
I am, yes, an identical twin – my sister Caroline is not an actress, however. She is an author, with a New York Times bestseller out now called Gutsy Girl. She was a journalis... Read more