Alexandra Foucard is a Grammy-nominated, Broadway Actress and Creator, Executive Producer of the upcoming Park Slope Moms; A female-centric comedy which takes peek at the underbelly of "PC" stay-at-home moms in an affluent Brooklyn neighborhood. She is a member of NYWIFT, The FilmmakeHers and Filmshop. A renaissance actor of the twenty-first century, Alexandra, believes in setting her own boundaries. Born in Haiti to French/Spaniard, Dominican/Haitian parents, the New York based actor considers herself a spicy mix of cultures and ethnicities with a big dollop of spirituality. One of Foucard's passion is empowering Artists, especially women, to create their own work
My First Day in Junior High....
The first day of junior high my over-protective mom insisted on driving me to school. Some kids saw a pale-skinned woman with sleek jet black hair swept up into a bun drop, driving her white Mercedes, drop me off; They started calling me “Oreo” and “Wanna be”. My saving grace was Choir and Drama. There it was okay to be different. “Different” was actually a good thing.
After graduating from Howard University, I found myself at the Imperial Theater singing "On My Own" in the Broadway Company of Les Miserable. A few years later, I won a NAACP Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical, for the role of Adelaide in Guys and Dolls Broadway National Tour.
I am Alexandra Foucard. Today, I carry my imagination and creativity into everything I am: spouse, mother, motivational speaker, writer, singer, actor and vegan. My experiences continue to enrich my life and have given me great inspiration to share with you.