Alexondra Lee
American actor
Alexondra Lee
Alexondra Lee is an American actress. She was married to actor Stephen Dunham until his death in September 2012. She was born in Pennsylvania to parents Mae and Harry Lee. Lee studied ballet since the age of four and has danced in The Nutcracker Suite with the New York City Ballet Company. She began dancing with the New York City Ballet at the age of seven.
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Our 8 Favorite Halloween Episodes (and How to Watch Them Online)
Yahoo News - 4 months
The spooking hour is upon us. Ghosts and goblins have hit the streets, and Halloween is finally here. That means it's time to put on your costume, grab some candy... and sit down on the couch and watch TV. Or at least, after you're done trick r' treating and have a belly full of sugary treats, it's time to treat yo'self to one (or more) of the best Halloween episodes ever made. Check out our editors' picks below, and let us know what your favorite Halloween episode is in the comments! "Personal Demons," Party of Five Watch it: on Hulu Most TV shows go for spooks, thrills and/or eye-catching costumes with Halloween episodes, but Party of Five stayed true to form and went for tragic heartbreak and ramped-up drama. The Season 3 episode "Personal Demons" marks the first time Bailey (Scott Wolf) officially cheated on Sarah (Jennifer Love Hewitt) with his seductive roommate Callie (Alexondra Lee). He later goes to Sarah's Halloween party out of guilt to try and make up for it (without actual ...
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Review: Little regard for plot in 'Paranormal 4'
Seattle Pi - over 4 years
Review: Little regard for plot in 'Paranormal 4' Quickly recapping with flashbacks and documentary-style introductory cards the conclusion of "Paranormal Activity 2," when in a prequel to 2007's original film Katie (Katie Featherston) killed her sister Kristi (Sprague Grayden) and abducted her nephew Hunter (William Juan Prieto), the current version jumps ahead to 2011, relocating the action from California to Nevada and introducing an entirely new family. Teenager Alex (Kathryn Newton), her 6-year-old brother Wyatt (Aiden Lovekamp) and their parents (Stephen Dunham and Alexondra Lee) live a typical middle-class suburban life, even if they think their neighbors across the street — single mother Katie and her young son Robbie (Brady Allen) — are a bit of an odd pair. With the help of her boyfriend Ben (Matt Shively), Alex sets up the family's home video cameras and laptops to record Robbie's late-night wanderings and vaguely sinister activities around the house. ...
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'DAG' Actor Dies At 48
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Actor Stephen Dunham (né Bowers) is dead at age 48. According Variety, the cause of death was a heart attack the television actor had suffered a few days earlier, before passing away on Sept. 14, at Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank, Calif. Dunham was a prolific actor who appeared on a number of television shows, including ABC's "Hot Properties," "Just Shoot Me!" and, perhaps most memorably, "DAG," on which he played Edward Pillows. He also made appearances in 1999's "The Mummy" and in 2005's "Monster-in-Law." He is set to star as part of a wedded couple in the upcoming "Paranormal Activity" with his real-life wife, actress Alexondra Lee. Lee and Dunham had been married since 2005; the pair met while acting in 1999's ABC college comedy, "Oh Grow Up," created by Alan Ball. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Dunham's family is asking that donations be made in honor of Dunham to the National Brain Tumor Society or Kiva.org.
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Woman With a Problem, But It's Not Like Cyrano's
NYTimes - almost 16 years
In the ABC movie ''Kiss My Act,'' Camryn Manheim plays Samantha Baker, a bartender at a comedy club who writes smart jokes and would like to tell them onstage. But she refuses to try because she isn't svelte or even average size; she is large. ''I'm a heckler's buffet,'' she tells a friend, explaining why she's afraid to perform in front of an
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TELEVISION/RADIO; A Step Forward In a Campaign For the Fat Girls
NYTimes - almost 16 years
THREE years ago Camryn Manheim held her Emmy award high over her head and declared, ''This is for all the fat girls!'' It was, Ms. Manheim says, a high water mark for her, a symbol of recognition not only for her role as the lawyer Ellenor Frutt on ABC's ''Practice'' but also for the personal struggle she has waged most of her life: dealing with
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Offering the Missing Links For 14-Year-Old Boys
NYTimes - almost 16 years
Your mother lied. That thing you heard grunting and belching under your bed wasn't the product of your imagination. It really was down there, and it really wanted to nibble your toes. That's the departure point for ''Special Unit 2,'' the fantasy-adventure series that begins tonight on UPN. If you're a 14-year-old boy -- or have ever been one --
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In Performance
NYTimes - over 20 years
THEATER A Marriage of 2 Works On Marriage Not Working New American Stage Company St. Peter's Church At times it seems the actors in "Acts of Providence" have taken their cue from the Olympics, and the competition can be as fascinating to the audience as it evidently is to the cast. The program consists of two plays by Edward Allan Baker from the
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THEATER REVIEW; Wilder and Miller In One-Act Festival
NYTimes - almost 22 years
If the 1950's were the era of "Father Knows Best" in America, it also gave birth to "The Twilight Zone." For every sunny cultural image of a suburban Eden, there was a shadowy counterpart, a specter that addressed both apocalyptic anxieties and an implicit boredom with a status quo that seemed fixed in smooth, homogenous concrete. Both sides of
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Alexondra Lee
    THIRTIES
  • 2012
    Age 37
    She was married to actor Stephen Dunham until his death in September 2012.
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  • 2006
    Age 31
    In 2006, Lee appeared as one of five corpses recounting the tales of their death on a CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode entitled "Toe Tags".
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 26
    Lee was ranked No. 81 on Stuff Magazine's 101 "Most Beautiful Women in The World" in 2001.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1975
    Age 0
    Born on February 6, 1975.
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