Alexis' recent acting credits include Blumhouses' 

TRUTH OR DARE, FX's AMERICAN HORROR STORY, and Amy Barham's short film, NOTHING TO SEE HERE (Cannes Film Festival Emerging Filmmakers Official Selection).

As a stage actor, she often plays multiple, quick change roles. Her favorite theater credits include Mina Murray in L.A. Theatre Works' National Tour of DRACULA, and Lois Lane in the world premiere of THE HISTORY OF INVULNERABILITY at Cincinnati Playhouse.


She can also be seen in numerous national commercials for brands including Pizza Hut, Home Depot, Microsoft & Geico.​

Alexis holds a B.F.A. in Acting from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She is a proud member of SAG/AFTRA/AEA and the IAMA Theatre Company.






"Alexis Jacknow plays down her beauty (as best she can) as the young, gushing Lisa who hangs on Ruth's every word. We are close enough to the performers to see quicksilver expressions, even thoughts, wash over their faces. Jacknow's physical and emotional transformation is incremental and quite impressive."

-David Cuthbert, The Times Picayune

Stellar Acting takes center stage in intriguing ‘Stories’
*Nomination for Best Actress in a Drama-Storer Boone Awards

"Alexis Jacknow stands out as all the women in Siegel's life, real and fictional." 

-Jackie Demaline, The Cincinnati Enquirer

‘Invulnerability’ at Playhouse: It’s Super!

Powerful Playhouse World Premiere Should Be Required Viewing

"The entire cast is splendid...[there is] a communication and exchange of feeling between the performers that is impressive and often breathtaking." 

-Larry Kubert, The Lincoln Star Journal

'Dracula' an Intriguing Audio Theater Experience

"Amazing is the only word for the actors who play multiple, quick-change roles...and Jacknow makes a most fetching Jailer's Daughter, Gypsy and Motorist Monica." 

-David Cuthbert, The Times Picayune

‘Willows’ Jolly Good Show at Southern Rep

"Alexis Jacknow's frivolous yet fascinating Celimene says -- and worse, writes -- whatever she thinks will cause the most mischief. She is a glittering, perfidious peacock who keeps changing feathers -- once, quite attractively, onstage." 

-David Cuthbert, The Times Picayune Merry Moliere

"In the brilliant and luminous performances we find not one weak link in this entire cast...which featured...Alexis Jacknow as Celimene...These players were astonishing as they presented fully fleshed interpretations of Moliere’s insightful and wickedly funny play about shallow characters, outrageous love affairs, and spiteful women and men. I cannot praise this production enough!”

-Ambushmag, New Orleans