Coty Alexander’s recent Acting career includes Portraying the “World’s Most Iconic Blondes” on stages in Las Vegas. Growing up in Los Angeles, Coty’s passion was dance, and along with it she was acting and singing as a teen in national commercials, film, television, music videos, and radio ads. She even got into live stunts and performing for the DOD on tour worldwide.
When Coty moved to Las Vegas she discovered the impersonator world. The shows she had watched as a kid, she was now starring in. With long contracts headlining on the Vegas Strip, she now performs her “dead-on ” tributes to Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Britney Spears, & Marilyn Monroe, and then went on to portray the world-renowned icon, Lady Gaga!
Like any actress, Coty became motivated by the eclectic characters she portrayed, and of course, Gaga’s career presence caught her eye, and as one of the first Gaga tributes and due to Lady Gaga’s popularity, it filled Coty’s schedule with two, major Arena shows including the International Rugby Tournament and Borderfest. This was in addition to corporate events for Banana Republic, Global English, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Travel Leaders, The Hollywood Casino, Chukchansi Casino. Coty also opened Legends in Concert’s brand new show’s in both Atlantic City and in Waikiki as Lady Gaga in 2011/12.
Coty’s successful entertainment career paying tribute to the world’s most Iconic Blondes, in one of the most renowned cities in the world, is proven by performing long-term contracts back to back in two of the biggest shows of its kind in Las Vegas with her variety of acts. Her specialty is accomplishing the diversity of various vocal styles, along with creating the incredible looks and mannerisms to match a star’s performance. She even creates a lot of her own costumes for her characters.
Here are a few press quotes she has received. The Honolulu Star’s critic said, “Alexander portrays Gaga with authentic panache and pop appeal.” In “What’s On” they said, “She gives the Material Girl a makeover with an amazing voice that proves her talent as a singer on her own.” Destinations Las Vegas says, “She performs dead-on renditions. The look, the ability to dance, and the vocal quality to match an artist, is no easy task, but with Coty’s natural sex appeal, fiery energy, and attention to detail, she makes being someone else seem like an easy role.”
Coty’s reputation of an “Immaculate” portrayal has been seen on billboards and magazine covers worldwide. Television and newspaper recognition includes Ellen Degeneres’ “The Really Big Show”, The Surreal Life, The Carson Daly Show, Good Morning America, E! Entertainment, MTV, The Travel Channel, Discovery, Rolling Stone Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, & The Los Angeles and The New York Times. Madonna’s producers for her Reinvention tour even got Coty on film for three days shooting the life of a Madonna Tribute Artist in Las Vegas. Coty is known as one of the most sought-after tribute artists in her business.