|General Actor Information|
|Born:||December 21, 1968|
|Birthplace:||Galveston, Texas, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actress, TV show host|
|Appeared on:||Married... with Children|
|Character on MWC:||Carrie Pease|
|Episodes appeared in:||"No Pot to Pease In" (Season 9)|
Alex McLeod appears as Carrie Pease, the TV show character counterpart to Kelly Bundy on the fictional TV series based heavily on the Bundys called "Pease in a Pod" in the Season 9 episode of Married... with Children titled "No Pot to Pease In", the second of two episode appearances for her; the first was as a coed in the Season 7 episode titled "The Old College Try".
A graduate from the University of Texas, with a degree in Speech Communications, and Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Alex since moving to Los Angeles, has performed in situation comedies and national commercials, as well as hosted a variety of reality based programs such as Trading Spaces (2000) (TLC), Joe Millionaire (2003) (FOX) and Best of Both Worlds (2001) (A&E). McLeod is best known as the original host of "Trading Spaces", for which she received a daytime Emmy nomination for her work in the first season, along with her producers.
Prior to appearing on reality TV, Alex was an entertainment correspondent for the irreverent movie review series, "Moviewatch", (Channel Four, UK) and has continued to interview celebrities on and off the red carpet most recently for Hollywood 411 (2008) (TV Guide Network) and Starz Movie News (1999) (Starz-Encore channels). McLeod has guest-hosted on popular morning news/talk shows such as ABC-TV's The View (1997) and Good Day Live (2001) and has been profiled in many publications such as Newsweek and Entertainment Weekly. Alex's first job in broadcasting was as a news intern for KPRC (NBC) in Houston, TX during college at The University of Texas. McLeod is based in Los Angeles and is a member of both SAG and AFTRA. In addition to being an internationally recognized television personality, Alex is also a formally trained chef and has consulted for leading food companies such as Viva Food Group and Contessa Premium Foods.