Alycia Debnam-Carey is a beautiful Australian actress. According to some, she should have played Lara Croft in the new Tomb Raider movie instead of Alicia Vikander.
Alycia Debnam-Carey was born in Sydney, 20 July 1993. She began acting at the age of eight.
In 2003 she took part in the film Martha’s New Coat by Rachel Ward. She later appears as a guest star in the Australian series McLeod’s Daughters.
In 2008 she plays in the TV movie Dream Life TV and in the short film Jigsaw Girl.
Debnam-Carey graduated in 2011 at the Newtown High School of Performing Arts.
At eighteen she went to the United States to take part in the Next Stop Hollywood program, a documentary about six young actors trying to get into the cast of a US television show.
In Hollywood, she was contacted for screenings for The Devil’s Hand and for the TV series Carrie Diaries for the role of Carrie Bradshaw.
In 2014 she takes part in the Into the Storm and The 100 television series, interpreting the recurring role of Commander Lexa. In December of the same year she was chosen for the role of Alicia Clark, one of the main characters of Fear the Walking Dead, spin-off of the television series The Walking Dead with Lauren Cohan.
In 2016, she is the protagonist of the thriller Friend Request.