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Biography #2 (for Repo! The Genetic Opera)

Alexa Vega has been acting since the age of four when she landed the role of Burt Reynolds's daughter in the acclaimed television series, Evening Shade. She became known worldwide in 2001 with her role as Carmen Cortez in the SPY KIDS trilogy. Vega also made her Broadway debut in 2007 when she played Penny Pingleton in the Tony Award winning Broadway version of Hairspray.

Ms. Vega has appeared in the films TWISTER, as the young Helen Hunt, LITTLE GIANTS, NINE MONTHS, GHOSTS OF MISSISSIPPI, DEEP END OF THE OCEAN, SLEEPOVER, and STATE'S EVIDENCE. Her television credits include Ladies Man, opposite Alfred Molina, ER, Chicago Hope, and the lead in the Lifetime feature, Odd Girl Out. She was most recently seen starring in the HBO film, WALKOUT and has just completed filming the independent film, THE BEAUTIFUL ORDINARY.

Bio courtesy Lionsgate Films for "Repo! The Genetic Opera" (15-Nov-2008)


Biography #3 (for Sleepover)

Alexa Vega is a 15-year-old who possesses a special charm and talent that emanates onscreen, making her one of Hollywood's hottest up-and-coming actresses. Last summer she appeared in the final installment of Robert Rodriguez's Spy Kids trilogy, the exciting 3-D spectacular Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, which grossed over $34 million in its opening weekend.

Vega has also appeared in prominent films such as The Deep End of the Ocean co-starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Ghosts of Mississippi, Twister, Nine Months, and Little Giants, among many others.

On the small screen, Vega has starred in several made-for-television movies, including CBS' acclaimed Follow the Stars Home co-starring Kimberly Williams. She has also appeared as a series regular in Ladies Man, The Doyles, Life's Work, In Your Dreams, and Evening Shade. Additional television work includes Chicago Hope, E.R., To Have and to Hold, The Magnificent 7, High Incident and, most recently, a guest appearance on the popular FOX comedy The Bernie Mac Show.

Vega enjoys dancing, gymnastics, reading, playing with her younger sisters and singing. She got to showcase her vocal talents in Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams with a music video, and again in Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over with another song that Rodriguez wrote especially for her. Vega was recently featured in the July 2003 issue of Vanity Fair as one of today's hottest teen celebrities.

She resides in Los Angeles with her mother and three sisters.

Bio courtesy MGM for "Sleepover" (16-Jul-2004)


Biography #4 (for Spy Kids 3)

Alexa Vega possesses a special charm and talent that emanates on-screen, making her one of Hollywood's hottest up-and-coming actresses. Vega has already earned box office success starring in SPY KIDS and SPY KIDS 2. She has also appeared in prominent films such as Deep End of the Ocean, Ghosts of Mississippi, Twister, Nine Months and Little Giants among many other feature films. On the small screen, Vega has starred in several made-for-television films including the acclaimed Follow the Stars Home. She has also appeared as a series regular in Ladies Man opposite Alfred Molina, The Doyles, Life's Work, In Your Dreams, and Evening Shade. Additional television work includes Chicago Hope, E.R., To Have and to Hold, The Magnificent 7, High Incident and The Bernie Mac Show. Vega was recently featured in the July 2003 issue of Vanity Fair as one of today's hottest teen celebrities.

Bio courtesy Dimension Films for "Spy Kids 3" (01-Jan-2000)

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