Sascha Alexander is an actress and a Professional Life and Health Coach living in Los Angeles, CA.
Sascha's coaching work centers on creating powerful transformation in the lives of women and men suffering from autoimmune and chronic inflammatory conditions. Her work with the Six Root Causes of Chronic Illness has created stories of successful remission in people suffering from PCOS, Sjogren's, Hashimoto's, Celiac Disease, Interstitial Cystitis and more. She has also supported clients in earning more money, healing their intimate relationships, finding their authentic voice, and recovering from addiction.
Sascha's film and television credits include SHOWTIME's "Masters of Sex" FOX's "Bones" Nickelodeon's "iCarly" and NBC's "Days of Our Lives." Daisy, in "Dating Daisy," (Best Actress Nominee, Naperville Film Festival 2016) Fifi, in Dreamworks TV's "Fifi: Cat Therapist" Whitney in "Here We Are In the Present... Again" and Jessy McKenzie, in "Christian Mingle," alongside Lacey Chabert and Morgan Fairchild. Sascha can also be seen as Anna in Emmy-nominated director Scott Brown's original web-series "Blue Movies." Sascha has booked commercial campaigns for Smirnoff Ice, Honda, Rice Krispies, Wendy's, Comcast, Alltell, Kmart, Citibank, 1-800-Flowers, Orange Mobile, Progressive, Walmart, Pedigree, Fiat, Southwest Airlines, Buffalo Wild Wings, and more.
Sascha's writing and producing work has been featured on the front pages of Jezebel, Funny or Die, The Huffington Post, and in NYC's The Village Voice. Her viral pole-dance short "Why I Dance," called "mesmerizing" "soul-searing" "brilliantly unapologetic" "heart rocking" and "magical" was featured by GQ, Vanity Fair, Redbook, Shape Magazine, Canal+, Buzzfeed, Upworthy, The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Bustle, Refinery29, Danielle Laporte, and Jennifer Grey, as well as garnering international press in Turkey, Romania, Korea, Thailand, Spain, Germany, Italy, Colombia, Austria, France, and Brazil. Her two-woman show "Naked and Crazy," enjoyed a sold-out run in Los Angeles and a Fringe run in New York and was called "exceptional" "wildly moving" "sexy" "a night of real entertainment" "gut-wrenchingly honest" and "FIREWORK." In the summer of 2014 Sascha originated the role of Bonnie in Meghan Gambling's "Bonnie's Future Sisters" one of 15 plays to be selected for the Hollywood Fringe Encore Series. She is also a member of all-female sketch-group ArthurOrMartha.
She values boldness, vulnerability, courageous action, and faith.
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Management. Impact Artists Group 818-558-4040
Commercial. Robertson Taylor Agency 310-321-8484
Voiceover. Solid Talent 818-710-9904