Biography

Alexandra Adomaitis is an actress, writer, dancer and director who was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and grew up in the suburbs of Boston.  She is a graduate of the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Alexandra has also studied Shakespeare and classical theater in Oxford at the British American Drama Academy.

 In 2016, Ms. Adomaitis co-founded the production company Red Siren Entertainment with the goal of bringing the highest quality work to the public, both behind and in front of the camera. Alexandra has acted alongside Joseph Gordon Levitt and Rhys Ifans in Snowden, directed by Oliver Stone. She has also directed and acted alongside Carolyn Hennesy (True BloodCougar Town and General Hospital) and Phil LaMarr (Family GuySamurai Jack and Pulp Fiction) in 2017’s Diamond Dayze. 

In 2017, Ms. Adomaitis also wrote her first book, The Art of Being a Woman. This book is an eye opening discussion about the many topics modern day women face. As the title suggests, this book is about the daily practices and lifelong discoveries that become an “art form” distinct to each woman. The individual and her needs are emphasized, as opposed to a “one size fits all” approach.

Alexandra resides in Los Angeles and has several new projects in development while continuing to act, write and train her cat, Ziggy. So far, no luck with Ziggy…