Alexandra Shipp is a star on the rise with roles in films like ‘Straight Outta Compton.’ She shares pics of her life on her official Instagram @alexandrashipppp. Read on to learn all about her.
Alexandra Shipp Loves Her Life
Aside from a bit part in 2009’s live action/computer animated movie ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel,’ Alexandra Shipp got her Hollywood start in television. Her first big televsion role was on Nickelodeon’s teen mystery show ‘House of Anubis.’ Roles in television movies ‘Drumline: A New Beat’ and ‘Aaliyah: The Princess of R & B’ soon followed. Now, she’s rocking a boho vibe in real life and Instagram, showcasing her versatility by starring in both Oscar nominated films and comic books.
Shipp promotes fun fan renderings of herself, this time as Storm in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse.’ Shipp joined the film franchise in 2016 as one of the most recognizable names and favorite characters in the comic book series.
Shipp shows off another fan drawing, this time of her character Abby in the movie ‘Love, Simon.’
Taking the World by Storm in Pics
Alexandra Shipp promotes her movie ‘Love, Simon,’ a 2018 young adult romance/comedy. The movie is based on a book and focuses on Simon, a closeted gay teenager. Shipp plays Abby, one of Simon’s best friends.
A casual Shipp at a screening and Q&A for 2017’s comedy horror film ‘Tragedy Girls.’ Shipp played McKayla, a teenage cheerleader with a twisted passion for murder.
Shipp on the set of 2016’s ‘X-Men:Apocalypse’, where she takes over the role of Storm, a mutant and female superhero who can control the weather.
In ‘House of Anubis,’ Shipp starred as KT Rush for one season on the mystery television series in 2013. A mere two years later, and a long way from Nickelodeon’s teen demographic, Shipp portrayed Ice Cube’s wife Kimberly Woodward in the film ‘Straight Outta Compton’ a film about the rise of gangsta rap in the late 80’s/early 90’s. The movie garnered rave reviews, and it was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.
We “Ship” Shipp! Instagram Fun
Gorgeous Shipp posts a selfie from the 2017 OSHEAGA Music And Arts Festival held in Canada. A singer herself, Shipp also plays the piano and guitar. She’s starred in films with musical tendencies as well, including turns in television films such as ‘Aaliyah,’ and ‘Drumline: A New Beat.’ Shipp also played real life musician Kimberly Woodruff in the Oscar nominated film ‘Straight Outta Compton.’
Playing Devil to co-star Brianna Hildebrand’s Angel. The ladies starred together as twisted cheerleaders in 2017’s horror comedy ‘Tragedy Girls.’
Showing her ability to rock any hairstyle, Shipp shaved her head for her role as Storm in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ where sported a white mohawk in the film.