Lexi White

Lexi White is 13 years old. She developed her love of performing and appearing on stage beginning at 3 years old with ballet dancing. At 5 years old, she played the role of “Chip” in “Beauty and the Beast.” Lexi sharpened her skills taking acting classes and auditioning in New York. At 10 years old, she landed the role of “Geraldine” in Wally Lamb’s “Wishin’ and Hopin’” starring Molly Ringwald.

At age 12, Lexi co-wrote with Robbie Rosen her original song “Hurricane” which was released with her music video of “Hurricane” in the summer of 2016. Lexi was then cast as “Anne Frank” in “The Diary of Anne Frank” for which she received 2 Nominations. “On-Stage Blog” nominated Lexi for “Best Actress” and “Broadway World” nominated her for “Best Younger Actress Under the Age of 25.”

At age 13, Lexi sang “God Bless America” for The New York Mets at Citi Field. She was cast as “Sara” in the film “Christmas All Over Again” directed by Christy Carlson Romano from Disney released December 2016. She was also cast in “Saving Christmas” starring Ed Asner which was filmed in Rhode Island. Lexi's other stage productions include “Ragtime” (Little Girl), "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" (Susan), “Lion King” (Zazu) and “Peter Pan” (Smee). Lexi enjoys hanging out with her friends, reading, writing and being with her family. She is honored to be a participant in the Celebration of Music.

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