It was in 2007 when Jaimie Alexander really burst onto the scene while playing Jessi Taylor on "Kyle XY." She's been hard to miss since then as she's graced magazine covers and continued to act, including in the 2011 blockbuster "Thor." Of course, the 32-year-old's best-known role is arguably that of Jane Doe on NBC's "Blindspot," which premieres its second season on Sept. Here are 10 things you should know about the woman who's mastered the art of feigning amnesia.
While in high school, Jaimie Alexander started a women's wrestling team, despite her principal calling it "barbaric." "I went and started it anyway," she told Emmy Magazine.
Alexander’s second role was in the movie Squirrel Trap where she played Sara, the love interest of the main character, David, who is a socially introverted genius portrayed by Keith Staley.
This was soon followed by a guest appearance in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, where she portrayed a femme fatale in the role of ‘Tammy’, who through a combination of seduction and threats manipulates one of the main characters.
"We ended up winning a lot of tournaments, and it was a really good way to keep a lot of young women out of trouble and teach them a little bit of self-defense and discipline." On Aug.
22, 2016, she broke her nose filming "Blindspot" and tweeted about it, writing, "Broke my nose today during a fight scene.
Somehow I feel that makes me cooler 👊😎😂 #BLINDSPOT ⚔." Jaimie Alexander's been lauded for her acting, but some of what she's done for "Blindspot" isn't fake -- like the time she got waterboarded, a highly controversial tactic that many feel is torture.