Elle Alexander Net Worth

Elle Alexander was born on July 26, 1858, is Stunts, Actress. Elle Alexander is an Actress, Stuntwoman, Stunt Coordinator, Host and Voiceover Artist. She is the Vice President of the Stuntwomen's Association of Motion Pictures. She is a member of SAG/AFTRA. Elle has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film & Television production. She attended California State University, Long Beach then on to the U.S.C./Universal Studios Advanced Film Program where she received the Best Actress Award. She started out as a multi sport college athlete, competing in Basketball and Track & Field (Heptathlon). Elle was named "Athlete of The Year" from her High School. She received multiple scholarship offers for three sports (Basketball, Track and Softball). She also competed for the USA Sports Developement Basketball Team and competed for the US Team traveling the world. In college, she focused on directing, acting and comedy writing. Elle's acting career was boosted by her athletic ability. Her progression into stunts was just natural. Her training was intense covering all aspects of stunts from fire burns to weapons to cars to fights. Stunt Coordinating was next. She started writing/producing/directing and stunt coordinating for studios and that led to more shows. She was even the lead actress/wrestler "Danger" in the TV Series W.O.W., Women Of Wrestling where she was the World Champion as well as the Stunt Coordinator for the series. Elle is an accomplished Actress and Stunt Woman. She has appeared in numerous major feature films and television shows. She has doubled many of Hollywood's biggest star from Sigourney Weaver, Missi Pyle, Kristen Johnston, Natasha Hendstridge and more. Elle continues on as one of Hollywood's top Action Actresses and Stunt Women.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Stunts, Actress
Birth Day July 26, 1858
Died On 13 March 1952(1952-03-13) (aged 93)
Occupation Social reformer

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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She was born as Ella Alexander on July 26, 1858 in Van Wert, Ohio. Boole's father was a prominent Lawyer, who edited a free soil newspaper and supported reforms during Reconstruction following the Civil War. She attended public schools in Van Wert, then the College of Wooster where she studied classics. She had an aptitude for natural science and developed skills in public speaking. She received an A.B. degree (1878), followed by an A.M. degree (1881).


Boole's husband was active in prohibition and temperance activities, in which she joined him. Boole joined the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) in 1883. She showed great skill as an organizer of new unions, and became vice-president of the New York state union in 1891. After the death of Boole's husband, she was able to support her family through an inheritance from her father and income from her speaking engagements and temperance activities. In 1898, she became President of the New York WCTU. She held this position until 1925, with the exception of a six-year period when she was corresponding secretary of the Woman's Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church (1903-1909). One of her key activities was in shifting WCTU work away from its emphasis on collecting petitions, and towards direct lobbying of legislators.


Following the enfranchisement of women in the United States, Boole decided to run for office herself. In 1920, she unsuccessfully challenged James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr. for the Republican Party nomination for the United States Senate. After losing the nomination, she ran as a candidate for the Prohibition Party against Wadsworth and the Democratic and Socialist Party candidates in the general election. Wadsworth won easily with 52% of the vote, while Boole came in third place with 7% of the vote, not far ahead of the Socialist candidate.


Boole served as head of the national Woman's Christian Temperance Union from 1931 to 1947. She died on March 13, 1952 at age 93.