Alexis Bledel is a versatile actress in both film and television. Recently, she starred in THE GOOD GUY, which premiered at the 2009 Tirbeca Film Festival and was released in March 2010.
Bledel made her television debut in the critically acclaimed series "Gilmore Girls." For seven successful seasons, Bledel starred as 'Rory Gilmore,' the teenage daughter in this dramedy about a close-knit relationship between a single mother and a savvy daughter. Bledel's portrayal earned her the 2005 and 2006 Teen Choice Award for Choice Actress in a Comedy and the 2002 Family Friendly Forum Award for Best Actress in a Drama. Named by the Television Critics Association as 2001's Outstanding New Program, "Gilmore Girls" also starred Lauren Graham, Kelly Bishop, and Ed Herrmann.
Recently, Bledel starred as 'Lena' in SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS and SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS 2. The coming of age story also stars Amber Tamblyn, Blake Lively and America Ferrera.
Bledel made her feature film debut in 2002 in Disney's TUCK EVERLASTING, which is based on the acclaimed novel by Natalie Babbitt. Bledel stars as 'Winnie Foster,' a free-spirited teen trapped in a repressed Victorian household who meets up with the mysterious Tuck Family. TUCK EVERLASTING also stars Ben Kingsley, William Hurt, Sissy Spacek, and Jonathan Jackson. Bledel was also part of the ensemble cast of the Robert Rodriguez film SIN CITY with Bruce Willis, Josh Hartnett, Rosario Dawson, and Brittany Murphy.
Bledel's other films include POST-GRAD for Fox Searchlight, BRIDE AND PREJUDICE, an Indian musical version of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," directed by Gurinder Chadha (BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM), and the independent films ORPHAN KING and I AM REED FISH opposite Jay Baruchel.
In 2009, Bledel guest starred as 'Dr. Julia Wise' in the two-hour series finale of the NBC hit series "ER" which drew over 16 million viewers.
Bledel began her acting career appearing in community theater in her hometown of Houston, Texas. She also modeled in New York during her school breaks. Before winning the role of 'Rory Gilmore,' Bledel attended NYU Film School to study writing and directing.