Alycia Debnam-Carey (born 20 July 1993 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian actress.
She is best known for her roles as Commander Lexa on The CW Science Fiction series The 100 and as Alicia Clark on the AMC Zombie Apocalypse series Fear the Walking Dead.
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- Marthas New Coat (2003) as Elsie
- Dream Life (2008) as Cassie
- Into the Storm (2014) as Kaitlyn Johnston
- The Devils Hand (2014) as Mary
- Friend Request (2016) as Laura Woodson
- A Violent Separation (2019) as Frances Campbell
- McLeod's Daughters (2006) as Chloe Sanderson
- Dance Academy (2010) as Mia
- The 100 (2014 — 2016 ) as Lexa
- Fear the Walking Dead (2015 — 2022) as Alicia Clark
This actress provides examples of:
- Childhood Friends: With fellow Australian actress Maia Mitchell, whom she met during an audition when they were eleven and are still good friends to this day.
- Fake American: Some of her characters are American, despite her being an Aussie.
- LGBT Fanbase: Her role as Commander Lexa made her very popular with LGBT fans.
- Real Life Writes the Plot: She had to end her guest role on The 100 to focus on her series regular role in Fear the Walking Dead, which led to her character Lexa on The 100 being killed off.
- Star-Making Role: Her role as Alicia Clark in Fear the Walking Dead.
- What Could Have Been:
- She auditioned for the title role of Carrie in The CW's The Carrie Diaries and was one of the final actresses considered for the role; ultimately the studio decided she appeared too young, and AnnaSophia Robb got the job instead.
- Were it not for her commitment to another show, the producers of The 100 said that Lexa could have been promoted to series regular in Season Three.