Alexandra Silber attended Interlochen Center for the Arts and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, from which she graduated in 2005 just days before her London West End debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White. She later appeared as Julie Jordan in Carousel at London’s Savoy Theatre, for which she received a TMA award for Best Performance in a Musical.
Ms. Silber made her North American debut as Julie Jordan for Reprise Theatre Company in Los Angeles, where she garnered an Ovation nomination. She starred in Master Class at the Kennedy Center and made her Broadway debut in the same production with Manhattan Theatre Club in spring 2011. She has performed solo cabaret shows at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency and was a part of Barbara Cook’s Spotlight Series at the Kennedy Center. Last fall Ms. Silber starred in the North American premiere of Love Story, The Musical at Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre, and she also appeared in the new one-woman musical Arlington as part of the Inner Voices series in New York. Ms. Silber made her feature film debut in 1408, and has been a guest star on NBC’s Law & Order. In April 2013 she made her Carnegie Hall debut with the American Symphony Orchestra in a concert performance of Song of Norway, followed by an appearance with the Orchestra of Saint Luke's at Caramoor in She Loves Me. Ms. Silber makes her San Francisco Symphony debut at these performances.