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Alexandra Grey (Alexandra Noele Grey) was born on 1 January, 1991 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, is an Actress, singer. Discover Alexandra Grey's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 29 years old?

Popular As Alexandra Noele Grey
Occupation Actress, singer
Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 1 January 1991
Birthday 1 January
Birthplace Chicago, Illinois, United States
Nationality United States

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In January 2019, Grey reprised her role as Elizah Parks on Transparent for its fifth and final season set to premiere later this year on Amazon Prime. In September of 2019, it was announced via Deadline Hollywood that Grey had joined the sixth season cast of Empire to play Melody Barnes, a pop singer and songwriter who was signed to Empire Records by Lucious Lyon ten years earlier and has now reemerged under a new label headed by Cookie Lyon. Grey has since recorded five singles on the soundtrack which have all been released by Hollywood Records. In October, she guest-starred on How to Get Away with Murder where she played Brandi Green, a young woman on trial for the murder of her husband, opposite Viola Davis.


In the fall of 2018, it was announced that she would star as Gossamer Bryant in the new coming of age drama Gossamer Folds alongside Shane West, Yeardley Smith, and Sprague Grayden. The drama tells the story of a friendship between a black midwestern trans woman and a 10 year old kid played by Jackson Robert Scott in 1980s Kansas City. Grey landed her first national print campaign in 2019 with Absolut to commemorate Pride and 38 years of acceptance with the brand.


In 2017, transgender actors and actresses including Grey (with the help of GLAAD and ScreenCrush) were part of a filmed letter to Hollywood written by Jen Richards, asking for more and improved roles for transgender people.

Won - GLAAD Media Award for Best Comedy Series (2017)

Nominated - Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical (2017)

Nominated - OFTA for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2017)

Won - Dorian Award for LGBTQ TV Show of the Year (2017)

Nominated - Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series. (2017)

Nominated- GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series (2017), Nominated- 2018 Satellite Awards for Best Miniseries


Grey moved to Los Angeles with the hopes of beginning a career in singing or acting. In 2016, she was cast as Elizah Parks in the third season of Transparent. Grey played a troubled foster youth living in South Central Los Angeles, California who calls Maura, played by Jeffrey Tambor, on the LGBT suicide hotline for help. The season went on to win the GLAAD Media Award for Best Comedy Series and later earned seven Primetime Emmy Nominations in 2017.

Grey also guest-starred on Season 2 of the CBS TV medical drama Code Black as Beth Jensen a young queer woman battling abdominal pains. She then guest-starred on Season 4 of the Comedy Central series Drunk History where she portrayed gay rights activist Marsha P. Johnson. Upon its release, the episode trended on Facebook for two days and was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Individual TV Episode. The same year the episode was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards. Grey was even considered for an Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series nomination. On June 3, 2016, it was announced that she was cast alongside Michael K. Williams and Phylicia Rashad to play trans activist and pioneer Seville Anderson in the new ABC mini-series When We Rise. In the fall of 2016, she was cast in a recurring-guest role on Chicago Med, in which she plays Denise, the older sister of head charge nurse Maggie Lockwood. She appeared as a guest star on the legal drama Doubt in 2017 with co-star Dule Hill. Grey played Delilah Johnson, a woman on trial for the murder of a famous athlete. The storyline was based off the real life story of CeCe McDonald.

As a singer, Grey opened for singer-songwriter Zara Larsson in October 2016. As well as completed a 12 city summer music tour the same year.


Grey was born in Chicago. She grew up in foster care. Grey, a trans woman, stated in an interview, "I knew as early as 4 that I wanted to be a girl," but didn't know how to discuss this with her foster parents, stating "In the African‑American community, this stuff is not even up for discussion."


Alexandra Noele Grey (born January 4, 1991) is an American actress and musician, best known for her role as Melody Barnes on the Fox television series Empire (2015–present). She had recurring roles on Amazon's Transparent and currently plays Denise Lockwood on the NBC TV medical drama Chicago Med. Grey has also landed guest roles on Code Black, How to Get Away with Murder, Drunk History and the ABC mini-series When We Rise.