Alexandra Fortin grew up in West Greenwich, Rhode Island where she lived in a log cabin built by her father, a veteran of the army. Her love for theater and performing started on the coffee table in her family's living room. By the age of three, the square wooden table became her stage, on top of which she sang songs and put on shows for her parents, brothers, and guests. She decided that she would forever be an actress while attending Trinity Rep’s Young Actors Intensive, where her summers were filled with improv, singing, dancing, short plays, and life-long friendships. She completed her Acting degree from Marymount Manhattan College where she starred as Young Woman in Machinal by Sophie Treadwell and is now represented by Carson-Adler Agency. Professional credits include: Margot, in The Diary of Anne Frank with Ocean State Theater Company and The Princess of France, in Love's Labour's Lost with TUTS/Shakespeare in the Valley.