Los Angeles, USA – July 06, 2021 – One glance at Ellen Alexander’s glamorous career will mostly speak of an illustrious future in modeling and acting with all the big wigs around. But added to her elite magazine gigs, she has also dedicated herself to work on significant projects in the field of biotech, covering crucial subjects, like women fertility and age issues.
Ellen has recently co-founded a biotech startup in 2019, Create U Future, in collaboration with a bioengineering student from Harvard University. The organization works on various projects aimed at researching the issues associated with aspects like aging, infertility and prolongation of reproductive age in women. Ellen is extremely passionate about the projects and confident about positive results in the near future.
Hailing from an iconic family of physicists that pioneered space exploration, Ellen initially followed the footsteps of her family and pursued her graduation from the Moscow School of Physics and Mathematics. She has also pursued her masters in International Economic Relations from the Russian Economic University named after G.V. Plekhanov. However, despite the legendary academic background of her family, Ellen has always found her passion in creative explorations, especially music. Her parents were encouraging and from early childhood, she attended various dance and music classes that became the foundations of her bright career in music and choreography today.
Ellen’s remarkable talents soon came to the notice of the entertainment industry which led to her first modeling gig at a mere age of 5. Later on, she took to professional modeling while in university which soon took her to the cover of the esteemed ELLE. Over time, she has appeared on covers of the most iconic magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Glamor, Shape, L’Officielle, Grazia, Marie Claire and Vogue.
She has also pursued acting courses at the Moscow Art Theater and later at the Royal Academy of Arts, the New York Film Academy and The University of California. She has even completed a course in filmmaking from the New York Film Academy.
In 2020, during self-isolation, the leading model and actor starred in two music videos: “Good Girl Go” and “Shadows”. The video is very close to her heart as it is aimed to show support for one of her close friends who had been passing through a rocky phase.