For Alexandra, reaching one’s Higher Self is essential for spiritual growth. She frequently takes the time to reflect on her life and demonstrate gratitude in order to recharge her soul. A retired gymnast and former cheerleader, physical expression is a large part of her work/life balance. Alexandra is a registered yoga teacher and yoga master, yet she still seeks guidance from Guru Shivananda Swamiji, as her spiritual journey is ongoing. As an artist with a life purpose geared toward service, it comes naturally to Alexandra to be there for others and to love unconditionally. This message resonates with the teachings that she follows.
Unsurprisingly, Alexandra Vino gravitates toward high levels of creativity and intellect. She enjoys surrounding herself with like-minded people who are uninhibited and brilliant. She is motivated by boldness and the connection to one’s deeper and higher self, regardless of the medium of expression chosen. Music affects her deeply, and she surrounds herself with it whenever possible. Alexandra also understands that growth involves survival. She welcomes the challenges that life throws at her and feels it’s important to be tested in order to come out the other side stronger than before. Alexandra is continuously inspired by the courage she observes in others, as well as within herself.
Although she technically began her career doing television commercials, her professional career started in the film business. As a result, Alexandra Vino became interested in learning the Method Acting trade. She financed her classes by cleaning and assisting her acting coaches. Her production mentor was Marty Bregman, and her acting mentors included Elizabeth Kemp, Ellen Burstyn, Martin Landau, and Greta Seacat. As a result of this superior training, Alexandra is not only a lifetime member of The Actor’s Studio, but she is a notable screenwriter, director, and producer.
Alexandra Vino starred with Mark Wahlberg in Peter Berg’s Spenser Confidential as organized crime victim Gloria Wisnewski. She also appeared in Andrew Hyatt’s Paul, the Apostle of Christ, with Joanne Whalley, Jim Caviezel, and Olivier Martinez. She starred in recurring roles on Golden Boy and Agent Carter after her role as Gina Gershon’s assistant on HBO’s How To Make It In America.
Additionally, Alexandra Vino is well-known as a philanthropist. A charity near to her heart, Stop Poaching Now, has benefited financially from the sale of several of her works of art.