Alexandra Erinn Hayes (née Carter; born May 25, 1976) is an American actress and comedian. She is known for her role as Dr. Lola Spratt on the Adult Swim sitcom Childrens Hospital, which she later reprised in the Netflix spinoff series Medical Police. She has played roles in a number of network sitcoms, including Alison on The Winner (2007), Melanie Clayton on Worst Week (2008–2009), and Sheila on Guys with Kids (2012–2013). In 2012, she had her first feature film role in the black comedy It's a Disaster. She also starred in the Amazon series The Dangerous Book for Boys and the first season of the CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait.
Hayes at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con International.
Alexandra Erinn Carter
May 25, 1976
San Francisco, California, United States
|Alma mater||University of Colorado Boulder|
Jack Hayes (m. 2004)
In 2005, Hayes appeared as a chef Becky Sharp on FOX's short-lived Kitchen Confidential. Also, in that same year, she played the role of Pam Dawber in the TV movie Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Mork & Mindy alongside costar Chris Diamantopoulos. Hayes played Alison on the television show The Winner in 2007.
Hayes played the role of Dr. Lola Spratt in the satirical comedy series Childrens Hospital on Adult Swim. She was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series in 2016.
She played the role of Melanie Clayton on the CBS comedy series Worst Week. The series was an Americanized version of the British comedy The Worst Week of My Life. She then later starred on the NBC comedy series Guys with Kids. She starred in films such as It's a Disaster, The Watch, and They Came Together. Hayes co-starred in the second season of Hulu's reality TV parody series The Hotwives of Las Vegas in 2015.
In 2015, she performed as an inmate on the band Dengue Fever's video for the song "No Sudden Moves."
In 2016, Hayes began co-starring in the CBS series Kevin Can Wait, portraying the role of Kevin Gable's wife Donna. Following its renewal after the first season, Hayes was fired from the series for unspecified creative reasons. The series was canceled after its second season.
Hayes attended University of Colorado at Boulder and graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in performance. Hayes and her high school sweetheart husband, construction supervisor Jack Hayes, have two daughters named Maggie Mae (born June 10, 2007) and Lilah Grace (born April 29, 2009).
|2005||Rumor Has It...||Wedding Coordinator|
|2012||It's a Disaster||Emma Mandrake|
|2012||The Watch||Bob's Wife|
|2014||They Came Together||Valerie|
|2014||A Better You||Lindsay|
|2017||Band Aid||Crystal Vichycoisse|
|2018||Sharon 1.2.3.||Sharon #1|
|2020||Holly Slept Over||Marnie|
|2020||Bill & Ted Face the Music||Princess Elizabeth||post-production|
|2003||On the Spot||Brenda||Main role; 5 episodes|
|2003||The West Wing||Laura||Episode: "Constituency of One"|
|2003||Eve||Fiona||Episode: "'Twas The Fight Before Christmas"|
|2004||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Debbie Marlin||Episode: "Butterflied"|
|2004||North Shore||Eva Latisse||Episode: "Surprise Party"|
|2004||Everwood||Mindy Wheeler||2 episodes|
|2004||Will & Grace||Katherine Fallon||Episode: "The Newlydreads"|
|2004||Significant Others||Cynthia||4 episodes|
|2005||Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Mork and Mindy'||Pam Dawber||TV movie|
|2005–2006||Kitchen Confidential||Becky||4 episodes|
|2006||Modern Men||Barbara||Episode: "The Homewrecker"|
|2007||Shark||Ellie Davis||Episode: "Teacher's Pet"|
|2007||Eyes||Gayle Kearney||Episode: "Innocence"|
|2007||The Winner||Alison McKellar||6 episodes|
|2008||Family Guy||Jared's Mom (voice)||Episode: "The Former Life of Brian"|
|2008–2010||Notes from the Underbelly||Beverly||2 episodes|
|2008–2016||Childrens Hospital||Lola Spratt||Main role; 65 episodes|
|2009||Worst Week||Melanie Clayton||Main role; 16 episodes|
|2009||Hawthorne||Maureen McKinley||Episode: "Mother's Day"|
|2009||Grey's Anatomy||Cathy Becker||Episode: "I Saw What I Saw"|
|2010||Romantically Challenged||Vanessa||Episode: "Perry and Rebecca's High School Reunion"|
|2010||Royal Pains||Faith Green||Episode: "Keeping the Faith"|
|2010||Two and a Half Men||Gretchen||Episode: "The Immortal Mr. Billy Joel"|
|2011||Desperate Housewives||Lisa||Episode: "And Lots of Security..."|
|2011–2012||How to Be a Gentleman||Lauren||2 episodes|
|2012||Suits||Casino Employee||Episode: "All In"|
|2012–2013||Guys with Kids||Sheila||Main role; 16 episodes|
|2013||Wedding Band||Emily Corgy||Episode: "End of the World as We Know It"|
|2013||Robot Chicken||Christmas 2065 Narrator / Reporter (voice)||Episode: "Born Again Virgin Christmas Special"|
|2013–2015||Parks and Recreation||Annabel Porter||2 episodes|
|2014||The Mason Twins||Lizzie Mason||Unsold NBC pilot|
|2014||Workaholics||Miss BS||Episode: "Miss BS"|
|2014||Growing Up Fisher||Madi||Episode: "Madi About You"|
|2014||Comedy Bang! Bang!||Dog Thief||Episode: "Steven Yeun Wears Rolled Up Black Jeans & No Socks"|
|2014||The League||Heather||Episode: "Epi Sexy"|
|2014||Benched||Francine||Episode: "Solitary Refinement"|
|2014–2015||New Girl||Ruth||Episodes: "Landline", "Coming Out"|
|2015||One Big Happy||Kate||Episode: "Crushing It"|
|2015||The Odd Couple||Dr. Sharon||Episode: "Heal Thyself"|
|2015||Last Week Tonight with John Oliver||Maternity||Episode: "Paid Family Leave"|
|2015||The Hotwives of Las Vegas||Callie Silversan||7 episodes|
|2016||Transparent||Lisa||Episode: "Exciting and New"|
|2016–2017||Kevin Can Wait||Donna Gable||Main role (season 1); 24 episodes|
|2017||Wrecked||Rosa||Episode: "Tony Pepperoni"|
|2018||A.P. Bio||Trish||Episode: "Freakin' Enamored"|
|2018||The Dangerous Book for Boys||Beth McKenna||6 episodes|
|2019||Huge in France||Vivian||Main role|
|2019||Best Seller||Charleese||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2020||Medical Police||Dr. Lola Spratt||Main role|
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