Alexandra Shipp Bio, Age, Partner, Husband, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows

Alexandra Shipp Biography

Alexandra Shipp is an American actress and singer best known for her roles in the Lifetime television film Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B and the Oscar-nominated film Straight Outta Compton, as well as in the X-Men franchise, beginning with X-Men: Apocalypse, the 2018 romantic comedy Love, Simon, and the musical drama tick, tick… BOOM!.


How old is Alexandra Shipp? – Age

She is 31 years old as of 16 July 2022. She was born in 1991 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Her real name is Alexandra Ruth Shipp.

Alexandra Shipp Parents – Family

Her mother teaches Kundalini yoga, and her father is a musician. Her father is African-American, and her mother is white. She has two brothers named James and Jordan, as well as a stepsister named Kasia. Shipp attended Phoenix’s Squaw Peak Elementary School, Arizona School for the Arts, and St. Mary’s Catholic High School.

Alexandra Shipp Partner

Shipp came out as a member of the LGBT community publicly in June 2021, but she did not specify a label.

Alexandra Shipp Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $4 Million.

Alexandra Shipp Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B

She appeared as Aaliyah Dana Haughton in the 2014 American biographical television film Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B. Aaliyah Dana Haughton, then ten years old, makes her television debut on Star Search in 1989. Barry Hankerson, her uncle, is the founder and owner of the record label Blackground Records. She later collaborates with Timbaland and Missy Elliott on her second album. In 1996, Aaliyah’s second album, One in a Million, with the single “Got to Give It Up,” is released. The following year, she records “Journey to the Past,” the film Anastasia’s theme song. She is later cast as Trish O’Day in the film Romeo Must Die, alongside Jet Li.

Alexandra Shipp X-Men franchise

She appeared as Storm in the X-Men franchise. Storm made her debut in the 1975 comic book Giant-Size X-Men #1, written by Len Wein and penciled by Dave Cockrum. She is a hybrid of two characters, The Black Cat and Typhoon, who were originally intended to be men’s characters. Cockrum wanted Storm to have white hair to make her look younger, but his collaborators were concerned that it would make her look like a grandmother. For the next 16 years, Chris Claremont wrote the majority of the Storm-related publications.

Alexandra Shipp tick, tick… BOOM!

She appeared as Susan Wilson, Jonathan’s girlfriend, a former dancer in the Tick, Tick… Boom!. Jonathan Larson performs his rock monologue Tick, Tick… in 1992. Boom! at the New York Theater Workshop, He begins to tell his story by describing an incessant ticking noise in his head. An unseen narrator explains that the film is based on Larson’s true story, “except for the parts Jonathan made up.”

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Jonathan attempts to write a new song for Superbia but ruins the workshop. Michael believes Jonathan is squandering his life by pursuing a financially precarious theater career. Jonathan begs Michael for a corporate position, but Michael encourages him to stay. Jonathan performs the final song from Tick, Tick in 1992. Boom! before returning to work on Rent.

Alexandra Shipp Love, Simon

She appeared as Abby Susso, one of Simon’s best friends in the 2018 American romantic comedy-drama film Love, Simon. Simon Spier is a gay adolescent who lives in an Atlanta suburb. Simon develops feelings for their server, Lyle, and suspects that Lyle is Blue. Simon comes out to Abby and is relieved to see her positive reaction. Martin interrupts the national anthem to express his feelings for Abby. Simon surprises and accepts his parents’ acceptance on Christmas morning.

Martin outs Simon on Christmas Eve by posting his emails on the school gossip site. Leah admits to Simon that she was in love with him rather than Nick and is disappointed that he came out to Abby first.

Alexandra Shipp Movies

♦ 2023 – Barbie
♦ 2022 – Space Oddity
♦ 2022 – Kung Fury 2 Not yet released
♦ 2021 – Silk Road
♦ 2021 – Tick, Tick… Boom!
♦ 2020 – All the Bright Places
♦ 2020 – Endless
♦ 2020 – Father of the Bride, Part 3(ish)
♦ 2019 – A Dog’s Way Home
♦ 2019 – Dark Phoenix
♦ 2019 – Shaft
♦ 2019 – Jexi
♦ 2018 – Spinning Man
♦ 2018 – Love, Simon
♦ 2018 – Dude
♦ 2018 – Deadpool 2

Alexandra Shipp TV Shows

♦ 2020 – Make It Work!
♦ 2015 – Your Family or Mine
♦ 2014 – Ray Donovan
♦ 2014 – Days of Our Lives
♦ 2014 – Drumline: A New Beat
♦ 2014 – Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B
♦ 2013 – House of Anubis
♦ 2013 – House of Anubis: Touchstone of Ra
♦ 2013 – Occult
♦ 2013 – Awkward
♦ 2012 – Victorious
♦ 2011 – Switched at Birth