Born in Northern California, Alexander began stripping in Sacramento at 18 and moved to nude modeling. She appeared in Clive McLean's "Hot Showers" series in 2001 as a girls-only performer. In 2004 she moved over to Vivid Entertainment and started working in boy/girl scenes, including making an interactive DVD and appearing with veteran performer Rocco Siffredi in "Lexie and Monique Love Rocco."
Alexander's contract with Vivid lapsed, although she continues to work with the company as well as online studio Naughty America, where she has done five boy/girl scenes and a return to her girl/girl roots in Zero Tolerance's "Girlvana" series.
“I loved my time with Vivid but it is really exciting being able to work with new people again,” Alexander said. “I get so excited to go to work now.”
In mainstream, she appeared on "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" this week at the Vivid offices, and her other credits include “Crank 2," "Entourage" and "Spider's Web" with Stephen Baldwin. She has appeared on Fox News to discuss abstinence-only programs for teens, and debated the merits of pornography at Yale University.
“I like working on both sides of the hill, so to speak,” Alexander said. “I'm just as comfortable on a mainstream set or music video as I am on an adult set. I can't imagine ever quitting the business.”