A transgender activist and character actress, Alexis Arquette was a member of the famed Arquette dynasty that also included Rosanna, Patricia and David. She earned critical acclaim as a drag queen living in the slums in "Last Exit to Brooklyn" (1989) and scored small roles in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1992), "Threesome" (1994) and "Pulp Fiction" (1994). After lead roles in the gay-themed indies "Never Met Picasso" (1996) and "I Think I Do" (1997), she stole scenes in the mainstream hits "The Wedding Singer" (1997) and "Bride of Chucky" (1998). Recurring on "Xena: Warrior Princess" (syndicated, 1995-2001) and "Friends" (NBC, 1994-2004), Arquette also performed as the drag character "Eva Destruction" and produced and starred in "Killer Drag Queens on Dope" (2003). She spoke eloquently on her gender reassignment journey on "The Surreal Life" (The WB, 2003-04; VH1, 2004-06) and in the documentary "Alexis Arquette: She's My Brother" (2007). Capable of strong performances in roles that were male, female and everything in between, Alexis Arquette carved out an impressive career as a character actress with a powerful, unique point of view.