Alex Sgambati is an actress and producer with a passion for female-driven storytelling. She picked up New York grit, a Californian free spirit, and an affinity for North Carolinian Southern Gothic through her itinerant childhood spent between the three states.
Currently, Sgambati can be seen slaying zombies on the Walking Dead, and is known for Nashville, Love Simon, and the Late Late Show. Her work in indie feature Butterfly Caught won her Best Actress at Sunset Film Festival, the Award of Excellence for a Leading Actress at The IndieFest Film Awards, and, with her castmates, Best Ensemble Film at the San Diego Film Festival. For her work on the short film the Long Walk Home she took home Best Actress awards at Mammoth Film Festival and Williamsburg Independent Film Festival.
Miso, which she produced and stars in, follows the story of a woman pursuing a self-managed abortion with the help of her doula.