Alexis Jacknow is an award winning, multidisciplinary director, actor, and writer. She is thrilled to be directing the National Tour of SEVEN for L.A. Theatre Works, a company she has worked with for almost a decade. For LATW, Alexis has directed the live recordings of The Hound of the Baskervilles (Audie Award Best Audio Drama, Publisher Weekly's Listen Up! Award), Tribes (AudioFile Magazine's Best of 2015), and Together Tonight. Her recent stage credits include developing and directing the World Premiere of Bekah Brunstetter's Hey Brother, the World Premiere of A Wolf’s Mother for UCLA's M.F.A. Playwriting Program where she is on faculty as a Lecturer, and Neil Labute's Fat Pig at the Hudson Theater, which included new material not seen before in the U.S. Her recent screen directing credits include her debut short film, Again (World Premiere Tribeca Film Festival), and the episodes ‘Group’ and ‘Overnight’ for the Hulu series, Love Daily (WGA Award Nomination Short Form Original). She is currently in pre-production on her debut feature film, The Villager, which is an official selection of the No Borders Program at IFP. Alexis holds a B.F.A. from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA/AEA/SDC and a WGA Associate. For further details, please visit www.alexisjacknow.com.