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Also Known As: Gabrielle Aouad, Gabrielle Rich Died: September 9, 1996
Born: Cause of Death: leukemia
Birth Place: Madrid, ES Profession: writer, actor

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Alexi Lalas was an actor most commonly known for his memorable roles in television. Lalas began his career with roles in "Arli$" (HBO, 1996-2003) and "Switching Goals" (ABC, 1999-2000). Lalas also appeared in "2000 Olympic Games" (CNBC, 2000-01), "Pros vs. Joes" (Spike TV, 2005-2010) and "Dear Santa" (ABC Family, 2006-07). More recently, Lalas acted on "Mixology" (ABC, 2013-14).

Alexi Lalas was an actor most commonly known for his memorable roles in television. Lalas began his career with roles in "Arli$" (HBO, 1996-2003) and "Switching Goals" (ABC, 1999-2000). Lalas also appeared in "2000 Olympic Games" (CNBC, 2000-01), "Pros vs. Joes" (Spike TV, 2005-2010) and "Dear Santa" (ABC Family, 2006-07). More recently, Lalas acted on "Mixology" (ABC, 2013-14).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Savage Hearts (1994)
2.
 Chase, The (1994)
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Education

Wadham College, Oxford University: -
New York University: New York , New York -
Aiglon School: -
The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute: New York , New York -

Notes

Founded the G&P Foundation, a foundation for leukimia and bone marrow transplant research

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husband:
Phillip Aouad. Survived her.

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grandfather:
Emil Eisenberg. Survived her.
grandmother:
Paula Rich. Survived her.
father:
Marc Rich. Survived her.
mother:
Denise Rich. Survived her.
sister:
Ilona Schachter. Older; survived her.
sister:
Daniella Rich. Younger; survived her.
brother-in-law:
Kenny Schachter. Survived her.
niece:
Adrian Rich. Survived her.
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