Alexandra "Alex" Munday
Charlie's Angels character
Lucy Liu as Alex Munday
First appearance Charlie's Angels (2000)
Last appearance Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)
Created by McG
Portrayed by Lucy Liu
Species Human
Gender Female
Occupation Private investigator
Relatives Mr. Munday (portrayed by John Cleese) (adoptive father)
Nationality American

Alexandra "Alex" Munday is a fictional character portrayed by Lucy Liu in the films Charlie's Angels and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.


Alex is a sophisticated class act, with dark brown eyes and never a brown hair out of place. She has rich parents who were professors of philosophy and economics at Harvard. By the time she was 13, Alex had academically eclipsed her parents. She spent the rest of her teenage years abroad, learning levitation with a Tibetan guru; safecracking and bomb defusing with a Parisian double agent; dancing for a time with the Stuttgart Ballet — the usual classical education.

An expert fencer and horsewoman, Alex has been a government aerospace engineer and on-call consultant for NASA. She was also an early pioneer in the creation of the laptop computer. Alex is so on top of everything, it’s easy to bore her and hard to keep her amused. No known drawbacks.

Smitten with actor Jason Gibbons (Matt LeBlanc), she resides in an impeccable loft in downtown Los Angeles, California. Alex drives a vintage silver Mercedes convertible,[1] license plate number 340-JAN. She worships Martha Stewart, despite the fact that she is cursed in the kitchen.


Alex Munday is very sophisticated and wears clothes that fit her very closely and move with her body. Her clothing tends to be a lot of black leather and red.

Covers and techniques

Alex's skills include gymnastics, chess, archery, computer hacking, and neurosurgery. She is extremely proficient in kung fu and several other martial arts, as are fellow Angels Dylan Sanders and Natalie Cook. She never uses guns.


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