In his own words, Kermit Alexander finally shares the full story of what happened to his loved ones and the aftermath of that tragic day. He recounts the hours leading up to the massacre and how afterward he lost himself in the LA underworld, pleading, bribing, and threatening in a search for answers. He describes his journey through the "wilderness" of despair - the years of isolation living out of his car, broke, depressed, and sick.
"Great Murder Mystery"
Alex Alexander reflects on Thanksgivings past and the innumerable lessons she's learned to be quite thankful to forget. Alex shares her musings before a live audience for The P.E.Z. Zhow at Comedy Actors Studio in Los Angeles, California.
[Contains explicit content] Wait 'till your father gets home! Alex Alexander was already a master debater by the time she was seven, but not everyone appreciated her ability to twist situations to her advantage. In this comedic story, Alex shares one of her more memorable arguments with her mother, performed live for LA Story Works at the Brewdog Pub in Los Angeles, CA.
Alex Alexander tells a funny story about her childhood and the stereotypical roles imposed on her. Alex performed this story live for the P.E.Z. Zhow at the Actors Comedy Studio in Los Angeles, CA on August 2, 2013.