Alexandra Breckenridge

Alexandra Breckenridge began her career with supporting roles in the teen comedy films Big Fat Liar and She's the Man. She guest starred as Shelly Weaver on Freaks and Geeks in 2000. She also guest starred on Dawson's Creek, CSI, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, Undeclared, Medium, and JAG. She guest-starred as Francise in three episodes of Opposite Sex.

Breckenridge has had numerous voice roles on the animated television series Family Guy. She also had roles on MacFarlane's web series Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy and guest starred in the episode "With Friends Like Steve's" of American Dad!, also created by MacFarlane.

She starred as Willa McPherson in the series Dirt from 2007 to 2008. In 2009, Breckenridge co-starred in the independent film The Bridge to Nowhere by Blair Underwood. She also had a role in the film Ticket Out.

Breckenridge had a recurring role in season four of HBO's True Blood, and also in season one of FX's American Horror Story as Moira O'Hara, the ghost of a maid trapped in the house in which she was employed. She returned for several episodes in season three of the show, American Horror Story: Coven, as Kaylee: a young witch who excels in pyrokinesis.

In 2015, Breckenridge began playing Jessie Anderson in season five of the AMC series The Walking Dead. In 2015, she co-starred in the psychological thriller Dark from executive producer Joe Dante and director Nick Basile. In 2017, Breckenridge appeared in the recurring role of Sophie, Kate's childhood friend and Kevin's ex-wife, on the first season of NBC drama series This Is Us; she was promoted to the full-time cast for the series' second season