Alexis Morley Wiki – Alexis Morley Bio
Alexis Morley is the girlfriend/partner of the late Adam Schlesinger, an American singer-songwriter, record producer, and guitarist. Schlesinger was an Emmy-winning songwriter behind Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and a bunch of Grammy, Tony, and Oscar-nominated songs, and a founding member of Fountains of Wayne. He is reported to have died of coronavirus complications at the age of 52.
Alexis Morley Career
Alexis Morley works at Loose Change Productions as Director of Press Affairs after having worked as a Strategic Communications Associate for four years at The Dilenschneider Group according to her Linkedln. Morley previously worked in the publishing and general marketing and academic sectors of the publishing industry for 10 years at publishers such as Farrar, Straus and Giroux, St. Martin’s, Henry Holt and Other Press. She began her career in the creative services department of Christie’s auction house and then honed her skills in marketing and public relations at RTL2, a radio station in Paris, prior to moving to New York City, where she has since resided.
Alexis Morley & Adam Schlesinger
It is unclear how long they have been together. A glance at Morley’s Facebook shows a photo of them when they won an Emmy in 2019. The award went to Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for “Antidepressants are not a big deal.” He was also nominated for Best Original Theme Music for “Meet Rebecca” (Season 4 Theme) by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. (Both co-written with Rachel Bloom and Jack Dolgen). In the Facebook post, Morley wrote: “Yayyy !!! Congratulations to Adam Schlesinger for winning an (other) Emmy this weekend!
On March 31, Schlesinger was reported to have been hospitalized last week in New York State due to the virus. Schlesinger’s girlfriend Morley confirmed her status to Pitchfork by saying
“He is on a ventilator and has been sedated to facilitate his recovery. He is in critical condition but his condition is improving slightly and we are cautiously optimistic,” Schlesinger’s girlfriend said. Contrary to some reports, he is not in a medically induced coma.
Alexis Morley posted a picture of two taking a walk and wrote, “This is the last photo taken of Adam and me, March 15. We went on a gorgeous, 4 mile walk that day with our friend @davidwatts1978, after driving upstate from NYC the day before. It sounds out of character, but in the past year Adam had grown open to, and eventually enthusiastic about, taking long walks outdoors (we just weren’t allowed to call them “hikes”). This one was “Poets’ Walk” in Red Hook. We’d gone there before, mostly because we liked the name and had lots of jokes about the “poets” we collaboratively conjured (we envisioned old, cartoonishly-tweedy guys, ambling, hands clasped behind backs, gazing to the sky in search of “inspiration”).”
Adam Schlesinger Death & Cause
Schlesinger was perhaps best known for his long role as a songwriter and bassist in the band Fountains of Wayne, which garnered a Top 40 hit and a Grammy nomination for his memorable 2003 single “Stacy’s Mom”. He also performed and wrote songs with the cult cult band Ivy. Adam was previously married to Katherine Beinecke Michel (Katie Michel). The two met in 1996, at a bar on Hudson Street. They celebrated their nuptials on January 30, 1999. Adam Schlesinger is reported to have died on April 1, 2020 of complications from the coronavirus. In March 2020, Schlesinger was hospitalized and placed on a ventilator after contracting COVID-19.
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