Alexandra Chantell


Alexandra Chantell was born in the city of Mexicali in Baja California, Mexico and later moved to the United States at the age of twelve. She began her career as a television host for a news program VMAS NEWS on a Mexican network based in California. After her first job, another opportunity arose on TVC Networks as a correspondent reporting throughout the state on the MUJERES morning show. Shortly after, she then became host on the live local morning show BUENOS DIAS FAMILIA in Los Angeles and was on the air for eight months.

At this point in her career, Alexandra was given the opportunity to report on the entertainment morning show COFFEE BREAK on the popular television network, Azteca America, and her most pivotal interviews ensued upon accepting the job. Recently, she brought exclusive stories as an entertainment correspondent for Telemundo’s popular program, SUELTA LA SOPA.

Alexandra studied the art of acting under the most prestigious teacher in Los Angles, Stella Adler, and many Hollywood stars were born in the same studio. Her acting credits include theatre work playing alongside the comedic legend Luis De Alba in Teatro Los Pinos. She also appeared in the series FEMME D’ ACTION spearheaded by noted producer, Matt Cimber, and the horror film MANSION OF BLOOD by Dream Cinema Productions.