Lexi Graboski grew up in Connecticut before moving to Los Angeles to study theater at Loyola Marymount University. Through her study abroad program she studied at the Moscow Art Theater in Russia and performed in Bonn, Germany. After returning to LA she studied with The Groundlings, Upright Citizens Brigade, Robert D'Avanzo, Carolyne Barry, Donovan Scott, Gary Perez, Jeffrey Meek, Killian McHugh and Lesly Kahn. 

Since she arrived on the scene during the age of new media, Lexi's film education has been behind and in front of the camera on the sets of web series, sketch comedy video shorts, as well as short & feature films.

Her short film "Uphill" which she wrote, produced, and starred in, was accepted into the Reel Recovery Film Festival as well as the Wayfarer Film Festival in 2016.

 

In 2016 Lexi starred in "Reasons To Be Pretty" and "Reasons To Be Happy" as Steph, produced by The Collective Studio: Los Angeles at the Two Roads Theater in Los Angeles, and then reprised the role in a 2017 production produced by Ole Productions. In 2018 she filmed the horror feature "The New Hands" written and directed by Brandon Scullion.  

 

Lexi has performed regularly around Southern California with Will & Company and across the country at universities with Playfair. She has enjoyed comedic work through her female run sketch comedy troupe; the Sissy Space Cats, and currently with her improv group; Fan Club. 

In her free time Lexi likes to travel, hike, craft, paint, and build furniture and cutting boards in the woodshop!