Singer-songwriter and actor Alicia Witt has been acting since the age of 7, when she made her film debut in David Lynch’s sci fi classic Dune. Most recently, Alicia was seen on the final season of Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black as Zelda. Her other recent credits include roles in The Walking Dead, Supernatural, ABC’s Nashville, FOX’s The Exorcist, Netflix’s Disjointed (with Kathy Bates), Amazon’s Lore, and Showtime’s 3rd season of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. Films include Two Weeks’ Notice, Last Holiday, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland’s Opus, Urban Legend, Four Rooms, 88 Minutes, Urban Legend and Vanilla Sky. Other significant roles include Showtime’s House of Lies, NBC’s Friday Night Lights, CBS’ The Mentalist and NBC’s Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS’s Two and a Half Men, Ally McBeal, and David Lynch’s original Twin Peaks. Alicia will next be seen in I Care A Lot with Rosamund Pike, Peter Dinklage and Dianne Wiest, due out next year. Alicia is well known to Hallmark audiences for her annual Christmas movies, beginning with 2013’s A Very Merry Mixup; her eighth holiday film for the network, Christmas Love Song, was just released for the 2019 Christmas season.
Alicia has performed her original piano-driven pop music all over the world, including at the renowned Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, where she lives. She has opened for Ben Folds Five, Rachel Platten, and Jimmy Webb, to name a few. Her most recent release, 15000 Days, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, Dawes) and her previous album, Revisionary History, was produced by Ben Folds. As a musical guest, she has appeared on numerous shows including NPR’s Weekend Edition, CBS’ Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Queen Latifah Show, WGBH’S Open Studio on PBS, Good Day Nashville, KTLA’s Morning Show, Good Morning Washington, and many performances on Hallmark’s Home & Family Show.
Alicia’s music has been heard in numerous TV shows and movies over the past 10 years, including her ironic Christmas song ‘I’m Not Ready for Christmas’, which was featured in her Hallmark Christmas movie of the same name.