Alexandra Paul was modeling when she decided to forego college at Stanford University and pursue acting. The star of over 70 feature films and television programs, she can also be seen in the award-winning documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006).Internationally recognized for her 5-year starring role as "Lt. Stephanie Holden" in the hit series "Baywatch" (1989), Alexandra began her acting career in 1982, at age 18, starring in the highly-rated telefilm Paper Dolls (1982) (TV). She then began starring in studio flicks like Stephen King's Christine (1983); American Flyers (1985) opposite Kevin Costner; 8 Million Ways to Die (1986) opposite Jeff Bridges and Andy Garcia; Dragnet (1987) opposite Tom Hanks and Dan Aykroyd, and Spy Hard (1996) with Leslie Nielsen.Throughout the 1990s, Alexandra had regular roles in several television series: "Baywatch" (1989), Fire Co 132, Daytona Beach (pilot), and the last 8 episodes on "Melrose Place" (1992). She also filmed two movies in war-torn Croatia with Pierce Brosnan and did many independent films.Since 2000, Alexandra has starred in 10 movies appearing on Lifetime. She has also played a lesbian 4 times, opportunities she appreciates since her identical twin sister is gay. In 2006, she shot 6 films, including Borat, and although her part was edited out, she remains in the DVD extras. Alexandra hosted the extreme sports series Wild Waters on the Outdoor Life Network; for 4 years, at the same time hosting the WE network series Winning Women for two seasons. She co-hosted 150 episodes of the environmental TV talk show Earth Talk Today through 2008.