ALYCIA DEBNAM-CAREY (Laura) is currently starring on the AMC
series "Fear the Walking Dead," the companion series to "The Walking Dead." The
show recently concluded its third season. A native of Australia, Debnam-Carey
made her feature film debut in Rachel Ward's Martha's New Coat. She then starred
alongside Rufus Sewell in the thriller The Devil's Hand and worked opposite
Richard Armitage in the actioner Into the Storm. Debnam-Carey has appeared in
such short films as Jigsaw Girl, At the Tattooist and The Branch.
On the small screen, Debnam-Carey portrayed Lexa in the second and third seasons
of the CW's "The 100." Among her other TV credits are roles in the popular
series' "McLeod's Daughters" and "Dance Academy," in addition to the telefilm
"Dream Life." Additionally, she played the female lead in the AMC pilot "Galyntine."
Debnam-Carey was a runner up in the 2012 Heath Ledger Scholarship, touting
Australia's new young talent. She was recently named an actor to watch by trade
magazine Australians in Film.
The actress currently resides in Los Angeles.
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