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AlexAnn Spencer Hopkins is an American actress best known for her role as Trixie Dean in the musical biography miniseries Sun Records.

Biography[]

Noble was born on June 21, 1999, in Jacksonville Beach, Forida. The names of her parents are not known, as is where she went to school. What is known is that Hopkins first got into acting while working with the Florida State School of Film. Hopkins got her on-screen role in 2009, when she was cast as a praying child for an episode of the documentary series America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back. Hopkins got her first major role in 2017, when she was cast as Trixie Dean for 7 episodes of the musical biography miniseries Sun Records. Since then, Hopkins was cast in movies and TV shows such as Wicked Enigma, The Two Dogs, When the Starlight Ends, Speechless, The Goldbergs, Reckless Juliets, Reckless Juliets: The Minisodes, Killer Kids, The Long Wait, The Zeroes, Bloodsucka Jones, American Girls, A Date to Die For, Chicago P.D., and Criminal Minds.

On Criminal Minds[]

Hopkins portrayed Olivia Irwin in the Season Fifteen episode "Face Off".

Filmography[]

  • Wicked Enigma - 5 episodes (2018-2020) - Madison Sinclair
  • Criminal Minds - "Face Off" (2020) TV episode - Olivia Irwin
  • Murder In-Law (2019) - Sydney
  • Reckless Juliets: The Minisodes (2018) - Hunter Myerson
  • Reckless Juliets (2017) - Hunter Myerson
  • Chicago P.D. (2017) - Olene
  • The Two Dogs (2017) - Carli Bitterly
  • Sun Records - 7 episodes (2017) - Trixie Dean
  • When the Starlight Ends (2016) - Eva
  • Speechless (2016) - Young Woman
  • The Goldbergs (2016) - Overa Kone
  • A Date to Die For (2015) - Samantha Armstrong
  • Killer Kids (2014) - Sandi Holt
  • The Long Wait (2014) - Young Grace
  • The Zeroes (2014) - Amber (credited as Alexann Hopkins)
  • Bloodsucka Jones (2013) - Jesse
  • American Girls (2013) - Leah
  • 10:43 (2012) - Annabelle
  • One Small Step (2012) - Classmate
  • The Box (2011) - Brittany
  • The Prospects (2010) - Playground Kid (uncredited)
  • America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (2009) - Praying Child

External Links[]

For an up-to-date filmography, see here.

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