Sascha's writing and producing work has been featured on the front pages of Jezebel, Funny or Die, The Huffington Post, and in NYC's The Village Voice.
Her viral pole-dance short "Why I Dance," called "mesmerizing" "soul-searing" "brilliantly unapologetic" "heart rocking" and "magical" was featured by GQ, Vanity Fair, Redbook, Shape Magazine, Canal , Buzzfeed, Upworthy, The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Bustle, Refinery29, Danielle Laporte, and Jennifer Grey, as well as garnering international press in Turkey, Romania, Korea, Thailand, Spain, Germany, Italy, Colombia, Austria, France, and Brazil.
Alexander first got into acting in grade school, where she took theater for fun.
She reprised the role twice in special crossover guest appearances on the TV series Agents of S. In the series Alexander portrayed Han Solo in battle against Indiana Jones for the title of best Harrison Ford character.In 2011, Alexander reunited with writer/director Gregg Bishop for The Birds of Anger for NBCUniversal G4Films.Sascha is an actress, writer, producer, and Autoimmune Health Coach living in Los Angeles, CA.Acting credits include SHOWTIME's "Masters of Sex" FOX's "Bones" Nickelodeon's "i Carly" and NBC's "Days of Our Lives." Daisy, in "Dating Daisy," (Best Actress Nominee, Naperville Film Festival 2016) Fifi, in Dreamworks TV's "Fifi: Cat Therapist" Whitney in "Here We Are In the Present...This was soon followed by a guest appearance in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, where she portrayed a femme fatale in the role of 'Tammy', who through a combination of seduction and threats manipulates one of the main characters.
She also has a small part in an episode of Standoff.
In Hallowed Ground she played 'Elizabeth Chambers', a girl stranded in a small town inhabited by a sect that plans to use her as a vessel for the rebirth of their founder.
In both movies, her character is a strong character who fights back against her aggressors.
In 2006, she had her first lead role in the horror film Rest Stop where she portrayed 'Nicole Carrow', a girl who escapes from home and goes on a trip with her boyfriend, which is unexpectedly interrupted at a rest stop by a deranged serial killer.
In 2007, she had her second lead role, also in a horror film.
Her two-woman show "Naked and Crazy," enjoyed a sold-out run in Los Angeles and a Fringe run in New York and was called "exceptional" "wildly moving" "sexy" "a night of real entertainment" "gut-wrenchingly honest" and "FIREWORK." In the summer of 2014 Sascha originated the role of Bonnie in Meghan Gambling's "Bonnie's Future Sisters" one of 15 plays to be selected for the Hollywood Fringe Encore Series.