At the age of 28, Alexandra Shipp seems to have it all figured out. She’s not just an actress; she is also a singer, a songwriter, and a multi-instrumentalist. Since Alexandra became a DC comics’ hero, she had to maintain her bikini body and have a healthy workout routine. With her hot body came her cold and stormy sexy character in X-Men Apocalypse. If you want to see more photos of Alexandra Shipp, check out our compilation here.
Alexandra Ruth Shipp was born and raised in Arizona to a family of five. Her mother welcomed her on July 16, 1991, along with her two brothers and one step-sister. Alexandra’s love for music came from her father, who is a musician. Since she was little, Alexandra always dreamed of becoming an actress and a singer one day. So, she enrolled at the Arizona School for the Arts. Then, at 17 years old, Alexandra moved to Los Angeles to further her career in acting.
Alvin and the Chipmunks was the first movie appearance of Alexandra Shipp. She played the character, Valentina, in the movie. Then, after a few years of hiatus, Alexandra became a guest role in an episode of Switched at Birth in 2011. She made another guest appearance in the TV series, Victorious, in 2012.
In 2013, Alexandra landed a lead role for the Nickelodeon series, House of Anubis. She starred as KT Rush and appeared in a total of 41 episodes. In the same year, Shipp also guest-starred in the TV series, Awkward. She portrayed the character, Abby Martin in Less Than Hero. Throughout 2014, Alexandra took guest roles in both TV series and TV films.
Alexandra’s last TV appearance was on the TV sitcom, Your Family or Mine, in 2015.
Also in 2015, Alexandra starred in the biographical drama film, Straight Outta Compton. She played the character, Kimberly Woodruff, Ice Cube’s wife. Then, she went on to star as the younger Storm/Ororo Munroe in the movie, X-Men: Apocalypse. Her costume and badass hairstyle in the film made her look sexy, although there were no boobs and ass involved.
After her appearance in X-Men: Apocalypse, Shipp started to get lead roles in films. In the course of 2018, she starred in the thriller movie, ‘Spinning Man’, in the romantic comedy film, ‘Love, Simon’, and even in the comedy film, ‘Dude’.
Alexandra had a cameo role in Deadpool 2 and reprised her role in The Dark Phoenix, in 2019. She also starred alongside Samuel L. Jackson in the comedy action film, Shaft.
Recently, Alexandra announced that she would be in ‘Kung Fury 2’ and ‘Tick, Tick..Boom’, which both will premiere soon.