Lexi Gwynn is an experienced young actor and singer from Malvern, Pennsylvania. Her solid vocal ability, authentic acting, and infectious energy have captured the attention of directors and audiences throughout the Philadelphia region.
Lexi loves everything about the stage and is a true triple threat. Her first performing memory dates back to age three, entertaining her friends and family by dressing up and singing songs from ANNIE, which, at the time, was her favorite musical. Lexi passion for performing is growing and she is now branching into Film, Television and Commercial work as well. Check out some clips here.
Lexi is no stranger to the stage. She is often seen in productions at The Walnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia). You may have seen her in HIGH SOCIETY or the TONY nominated holiday favorite, A CHRISTMAS STORY THE MUSICAL. Lexi appears in the Spring 2017 production of SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER. The historic Media Theatre is home to Lexi as well. She has appeared as Juliet in ROMEO & JULIET as well as Patrice in 13 THE MUSICAL. Lexi is the recipient of a Broadway World Award for Best Actress in a Play for her work as Helen Keller in THE MIRACLE WORKER.
Lexi has studied singing privately with Lisa Wilson and Robert Marks (NYC) and dance with Janine Molinari, founder of NYC's DMO. She studies acting with Jill Stern (in New York) and has also taken acting classes at The Walnut Street Theatre.
Lexi’s favorite school subjects are reading and writing, and she possesses advanced verbal and vocabulary comprehension skills. She enjoys a variety of creative pursuits, including drawing, painting, and gardening. Lexi lives a vegan lifestyle and enjoys learning new recipes and experimenting in the kitchen. Lexi has a dog named Maggie who often travels with Lexi to auditions and shows. Lexi is passionate about animal rights and supports organizations that have the same beliefs. She dreams of one day being even more involved and instrumental in promoting animal rights.
Lexi's greatest joy is using her passion to help others. She believes in educating youth through the use of the theatre an has recently appeared in a video designed to introduce the sensory friendly programs at The Walnut Theatre. Lexi is passionate about helping people who have ALS. She has skated in ice shows to help raise money, lends her voice to sing the National Anthem, and has handmade items for sale to help raise money for charities like the ALS Hope Foundation.
Lexi is represented by Cathy Parker Management and is a proud member of AEA.