Alexandra Hines is an actor, theatre maker, comedian, voice over artist and producer.
In 2019, Alex received funding from The Ian Potter Cultural Trust to go to Hollywood and undergo intensive training at The Groundlings, UCB and Second City. As a voice over artist she worked on Season 2 of the ABC’s Podcast The Fitzroy Diaries (Radio National &The ABC, Lorin Clarke). In the Midsumma Festival she performed at the Malthouse as the dark satirical femme positive popster Juniper Wilde. 2018 saw a huge push for autonomy within her work as an emerging artist. The TV show Dee-Breif, (Monster & Bear), in which she played the title role Dee, was picked up by Chanel 10 with a second season commissioned for 2020. She devised and self produced two solo shows as Juniper Wilde, IM.Mortal (sold out season MICF, 2018) and The Phoenix Rises (sold out season Melbourne Fringe, 2018), additionally, Queenz (Nom. Best comedy Melbourne Fringe, 2018). Away from the stage Alex was featured as multiple roles in the ABC podcast Fitzroy Diaries Season 1 (ABC & Radio National, Lorin Clarke), was nominated for Best Actress and Best Design in the self-produced, short film Les Catastrophes (48 Hour Film Project) and played Casey in improvised feature film Maybe Tomorrow (Blazing Arrow Media, Best Independent Film Award, Gold Coast Film Festival).