Alexandra Paul

Ms. Paul is an actress who has starred in over 70 films and television shows. She is most known for her five seasons on the TV show Baywatch. In 1991, Alexandra co-developed a 50 minute introduction to the human overpopulation issue. She then taught it, classroom-by-classroom, to over 6,000 Los Angeles teenagers. Alexandra wrote, produced, and hosted the award winning films Jampacked, about the human overpopulation crisis, and The Cost of Cool, on happiness and materialism. In 1997, the United Nations commended Alexandra for her environmental activism. In 1999, she won the International Green Cross award. Alexandra was honored by the ACLU of Southern California as their 2005 Activist of the Year for her long history of fighting for the environment, voting rights, and non-violence. In 2003, Alexandra spent 5½ days in jail after peacefully protesting the Iraq War. In 2005, Alexandra garnered worldwide attention when she was arrested for protesting the crushing of General Motor’s electric vehicle, the EV1. She has committed civil disobedience about a dozen times at the Nevada Test Site. You can watch Alexandra’s TEDx talk online about the benefits of the one child family. She continues to speak on the issue in classrooms and conferences.