|Alexa Curtis Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||January 4, 2004|
Alexa Curtis is an Australian singer, songwriter, and actor who shot to fame as the winner of The Voice Kids Australia in 2014. She also represented Australia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016. Alexa Curtis has released songs like Playground, We Are, and Overflow.
Lexa, Lex, Lexi
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Singer, Songwriter, Actor
- Father – Tony Curtis
- Mother – Michelle Curtis
- Siblings – Aidan Curtis (Older Brother) (Runs ARC Productions, a photography, videography, and media company)
Universal Music Australia
5 ft or 152.5 cm
49 kg or 108 pounds
Race / Ethnicity
On her mother’s side, she has English ancestry, while, on her father’s side, she traces her roots back to New Zealand.
- Strong chin
Alexa Curtis has garnered quite a following on social media platforms and she has used it to earn some money by promoting products and brands through her social media activity.
Best Known For
- Having participated in the talent competition TV show, The Voice Kids Australia. She went on to win the competition, which helped her bag a record deal with Universal Music Australia.
- Having represented Australia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2016. She managed to finish in the 5th spot in the competition.
As a Singer
In 2014, Alexa released her debut single, Playground. In 2016, she followed it up with We Are.
First TV Show
In 2014, she made her first TV show appearance in the music competition show, The Voice Kids Australia.
Alexa Curtis Favorite Things
- Music Artists – Beyoncé, Delta Goodrem, Ariana Grande, and Queen
- Film – Dreamgirls (2006)
- Food – Homemade Chicken Curry with Rice
- Actresses – Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston
- Person She Wants to Meet – Beyoncé
Source – Girl
Alexa Curtis Facts
- When she participated in The Voice Kids Australia, she hadn’t taken any formal singing classes.
- In 2016, she was roped in to create the theme song for 6 episodes of the cartoon show, The Powerpuff Girls, which was broadcasted on Cartoon Network Australia.
- Alongside Noah Akhigbe, Inessa Tan, Ryan Yeates, and Izellah Connelly, she co-starred as Taylor Young in the children’s comedy-mystery drama television show Rock Island Mysteries in 2021.
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