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Also Known As: Alexandra Barrese Died:
Born: April 24, 1981 Cause of Death:
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Sasha Barrese went from the shores of Hawaii and the streets of Paris to the red carpet of Hollywood with the kind of ease and grace that has defined her as an actress and model. Born Alexandra Barrese, Sasha grew up on the set of her mother Katherine's modeling shoots. After the pair moved back Paris to the U.S. in 1985, Sasha made her film debut alongside Katherine in the Whoopi Goldberg comedy "Homer & Eddie" (1989), and played Katherine's younger self in the romantic thriller "Jezebel's Kiss" (1990). She took the next 10 years off to attend school, during which time she also briefly modeled for agencies such as NEXT and Elite. After returning to acting with small but memorable performances in "American Pie" (1999) and on the ABC sitcom "Boy Meets World" (1993-2000), Sasha landed her first lead role on the short-lived WB sitcom "Run of the House" (2003-04). In 2009 the avid chess and poker player was cast as Justin Bartha's worried bride Tracy in "The Hangover," and later portrayed a vampire victim in the 2010 remake of "Let Me In." She may have been mostly on the sidelines in "The Hangover II" (2011) and "The Hangover III" (2013), but Sasha Barrese is still holding out for that big-screen leading...

Sasha Barrese went from the shores of Hawaii and the streets of Paris to the red carpet of Hollywood with the kind of ease and grace that has defined her as an actress and model. Born Alexandra Barrese, Sasha grew up on the set of her mother Katherine's modeling shoots. After the pair moved back Paris to the U.S. in 1985, Sasha made her film debut alongside Katherine in the Whoopi Goldberg comedy "Homer & Eddie" (1989), and played Katherine's younger self in the romantic thriller "Jezebel's Kiss" (1990). She took the next 10 years off to attend school, during which time she also briefly modeled for agencies such as NEXT and Elite. After returning to acting with small but memorable performances in "American Pie" (1999) and on the ABC sitcom "Boy Meets World" (1993-2000), Sasha landed her first lead role on the short-lived WB sitcom "Run of the House" (2003-04). In 2009 the avid chess and poker player was cast as Justin Bartha's worried bride Tracy in "The Hangover," and later portrayed a vampire victim in the 2010 remake of "Let Me In." She may have been mostly on the sidelines in "The Hangover II" (2011) and "The Hangover III" (2013), but Sasha Barrese is still holding out for that big-screen leading role.

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 Let Me In (2010)
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 Hangover, The (2009)
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 Ring, The (2002)
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 Legally Blonde (2001)
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 Dropping Out (2000) Heather
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 American Pie (1999) Random Cute Girl
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 Homer and Eddie (1989) 4-Year-Old Girl
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1989:
Made film debut alongside her mother in "Homer and Eddie"
1990:
Co-starred with her mother again in "Jezebel's Kiss"
1999:
Cast in a supporting role in "American Pie"
1999:
Made TV debut on ABC's "Boy Meets World"
2004:
Cast in a supporting role on NBC's "LAX"
2009:
Featured as a bride-to-be in "The Hangover"
2011:
Reprised her "Hangover" role in two sequels
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