Alexandra Spieth
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Alexandra Spieth is a writer, actor, director, and professor of On-Camera Acting at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Alexandra began the festival circuit with her written and directed horror-comedy debut feature “Stag”.

“Stag” screened at Brooklyn Film Festival, Female Eye Film Festival (Winner of the “Best Thrills and Chills” Feature), Portland Horror Film Festival, GenreBlast (Winner of “Best Feature Director”), Soho International Film Festival (Winner of “Audience Choice Award”), Atlanta Horror Film Festival (Winner of “Best Horror-Comedy”, Portland Film Festival, Salem Horror Film Festival (Winner of the George A. Romero Fellowship), and many others.

In 2023, Alexandra directed her sophomore feature, “I Know Exactly How You Die”. Previously, she created, wrote and starred in BRIC TV’s series, “86’d” (fully funded by BRIC TV for 55K) and the original series "Blank My Life", which spans 4 seasons.

Alexandra has acted in over 20 professional productions, including work at Irondale Ensemble, Everyman Theatre, and NYC’s The Public Theatre. Currently, she teaches On-Camera Acting and directs the BFA Digital Showcase at Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts. She is a Carnegie Mellon University Grad (BFA in Acting, Adelyne Roth Levine Memorial Award Winner for Excellence in Acting).

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