First appearing on television with guest roles in "Phil of the Future" and "Quintuplets," Alice Greczyn is probably best remembered for playing Frankie Townsend, a teen caught in the middle of her divorcing parents, on NBC's new mid-season drama series “Windfall” (2006). She also has guest starred in "CSI: Miami" and "Moonlight" as well as has had a recurring role in "Lincoln Heights."
On the big screen, Alice could be seen in the films "Sleepover" (2004), "Fat Albert" (2004), "The Dukes of Hazzard" (2005), "Shrooms" (2006), and "House of Fears" (2007). The European-Asian stunning exotic beauty will appear in the upcoming films "An American in China," "Exit Speed," and an untitled teen road movie by Sean Anders.
Childhood and Family:
Born in Walnut Creek, California on February 6, 1986, Alice Greczyn was raised mainly in the mid-west until finally landing in Colorado. She grew up wanting to be a competitive figure skater, but went to college to become a nurse or paramedic.
During her free time, the European-Asian stunning exotic beauty loves to do outdoor activities, like traveling or visiting various places to explore other cultures. She also likes to read, cook, dance, and study massage therapy. She currently lives in Hollywood, California.
House of Fears
Initially planning to be a competitive figure skater, Alice Greczyn switched her interest to more humanitarian purposes and now attends college with plans of being a nurse or paramedic. She eventually decided to take acting as her future career when she was approached by a talent manager in Colorado.
The aspiring actress began appearing on television in 2004, playing a guest role in an episode of Disney Channel's comedy children's television series, "Phil of the Future," and in multiple episodes of FOX sitcom "Quintuplets," in which she played Alayna Collins, the beautiful and intelligent girlfriend to Johnny K. Lewis' character Pearce Chase.
Also in 2004, Alice landed her first film, "Sleepover," a teen film directed by Joe Nussbaum and starring Alexa Vega in which she played a bit part as Linda. She also appeared in Joel Zwick's live-action/animated film based on the Filmation animated series, "Fat Albert," starring Kenan Thompson in the title role.
Alice was subsequently cast in alongside Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, and Jessica Simpson for Jay Chandrasekhar's film version of the CBS original hit series, "The Dukes of Hazzard" (2005). In the following year, she co-starred with Robert Hoffman, Lindsey Haun, Jack Huston, and Max Kasch, playing one of five American students who are stalked by a serial killer while out in the woods looking for psilocybin mushrooms in Ireland, in Paddy Breathnach's slasher movie, "Shrooms" (2006), which premiered in November 2007 in the UK and in February 2008 in the USA.
Returning to the small screen, Alice co-starred as Frankie Townsend, a teen caught in the middle of her divorcing parents, on NBC's new mid-season drama series, “Windfall.” The show that also stars Sarah Wynter, Jason Gedrick, and Jon Foster, ran from June 8, 2006 to August 31, 2006.
2007 saw Alice was spotted as a guest in an episode of CBS crime/cop drama "CSI: Miami" and CBS supernatural drama "Moonlight." She also had a recurring role as Sage Lund, in the ABC family drama series "Lincoln Heights."
Alice continued to add to her resume with roles in the films "Investigating Love" (2007), a 9-minute short romantic drama directed by Raj Rahi in which she played the lead role, and "House of Fears" (2007), a supernatural horror/thriller by Ryan Little in which she co-starred with Corri English, Sandra McCoy, Michael J. Pagan, Corey Sevier, and Eliot Benjamin, playing six friends whose Halloween night turned into their worst nightmare after sneaking into a haunted house the night before it opens.
Alice will soon be seen in Ron Berrett's upcoming comedy film starring James Snyder and Sun Fei Fei, "An American in China." She will soon complete Scott Ziehl's thriller film "Exit Speed," with Lea Thompson, Fred Ward, and Desmond Harrington, and is currently filming Sean Anders' untitled teen road movie slated for release in October 2008, alongside James Marsden and Katrina Bowden.