Alexandra Breckenridge began her acting career with supporting roles in the comedy film ‘Big Fat Liar’ (2002) and romantic sports film ‘She’s the Man’ (2006). Her highest rated performance has been her role as Kate in the action adventure movie ‘The Art of Travel’ (2008). Her movies ‘Other People’s Children’ (2015) and ‘Zipper’ (2015) failed to make an impression on the audience.
Her performance as Betty in the detective comedy series ‘Psych’ (2006 – 2014) and Abby Cassidy in the teen drama ‘Life Unexpected’ (2010) received positive reviews. Her highest rated performance was in the series ‘The Walking Dead’ (2010). The series ‘Sons of Tucson’ (2010), ‘Men at Work’ (2013 – 2013) and ‘Pure Genius’ (2016) did not do that well. However, her performance as Sophie in the comedy drama ‘This is Us’ was appreciated. The series won the ‘Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.’
This contemporary version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night revolves around a sports-loving teenager, Viola Hasting. After her soccer team gets cancelled, disguising as her twin brother Sebastian, who’s sneaked off to enter London music scene, she takes his place at his ‘Illyria Prep’ school to join their soccer team. As she falls for her roommate Duke, a series of turns complicate the matters.
After his application is rejected at Stanford University, Shaun finds out that his academic transcript got mixed up with that of another student. Due to his determination to get accepted at the university, Shaun decides to use any means necessary.
In this family comedy, 14-year-old Jason Shephard, a pathological liar, is determined to get Marty Wolf, a cunning Hollywood producer, to confess that his latest blockbuster movie is based on a story he stole from Jason.