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One of Lydon's most prominent roles was as Jane Saunders, daughter of primary villain Stephen Saunders, in the third season of the television series 24. She starred in the independent film "Nail Polish" and IFC film "Bodies" and along with 24 has had recurring roles on Prison Break, CSI: Miami, and K-Ville. Lydon has made numerous guest starring appearances on popular shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Desperate Housewives, House, Private Practice, and NCIS. She is also known for playing the role of Jhamel on Star Trek: Enterprise.
Alexandra Lydon co-created and performed in the comedy show Worst Laid Plans at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in LA & NYC. She later adapted the show into a book titled "Worst Laid Plans: When Bad Sex Happens to Good People," published by Abrams Image. Lydon authored and performed in the comedy album "Worst Laid Plans at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre" published by Random House in May 2010.
Lydon is also a voice-over artist and has narrated and contributed to documentaries films, one being the award winning documentary "The Young and the Restless in China".
Lydon graduated from Minnechaug Regional High School in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. She studied at the New York University (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts, graduating with a double degree in Drama and Psychology.
Lydon has appeared in the following television series:
- Lie to Me (2011) as Claire Hanson
- In Plain Sight (2010) as Natalie Vickers
- Private Practice (2009) as Eleanor
- House (2009) as Melinda
- Cold Case (2008) as Miriam Forrester
- The Oaks (2008) as Helen
- 24 as Jane Saunders
- Desperate Housewives as Rita Rivara
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as Susan Hemmington
- CSI: Miami as Jennifer Wilson
- Without a Trace as Agnes Deschamps
- Ed as Riley
- Hack as Julie Reed
- Star Trek: Enterprise as Jhamel
- Prison Break as Ann
- NCIS as Natalie Dalton
- Alexandra Lydon at the Internet Movie Database
- Lydon Alexandra Lydon article at Memory Alpha, a Star Trek wiki
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