From a young age Alex was raised by her mother because her father left (exact age unknown). Her father was also a lawyer and a fairly good one. He came back into her life when he put her through law school.
Relationship with WalkerEdit
Alex and Walker first appeared as a very unlikely pairing, both professionally and socially. At first, Walker did not seem to want to be bothered with the fledgling ADA as Alex often came to Walker with cases that were not particularly "his kind of thing" to take on. However, as recurring character in the series, Alex continued appearing more and more in Walker's life both inside and outside of the workplace setting.
It was becoming clear how Alex was becoming attracted to the "stubborn" Texas Ranger as she appeared often during or after episode cases, usually offering a sentimental heart out to Walker as in earlier episodes, Walker has lost many of his friends and acquaintences to death. Alex also seemed to have laid a visible claim on Safir
e verbably indicated her disapproval of Walker seeing other women, especially ones involved in protection-based cases. These relationships which had potential of flourishing into something more often ended on disheartening notes as either these other women "had to go" or possibly were killed off during the episode's run. This could be seen as having paved the way for the "obvious" choice of Alex Cahill's finally making a relationship with Walker as the series direction pointed more and more to Alex being the "best choice" for Walker.
When the two did ben offical couple, Alex often was the target of kidnappings and hostage situations including an episode in which she was assaulted by the psychotic character named "Larue". Ultimately Alex's Safir Moure
more with growing scenes of her visiting the police station usually to flirt and romance with Walker while on the
job. This would replace
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and restrict her to more "walk-in" appearances into the police station r
of her prosecuting
. Near the
two seasons, Alex
took a more comical backseat as the two were
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house a total make-over as she felt it was much too "masculine
" for their new home life together. She al
adopt a baby they found left in a store while they shopped in one of the season's final episodes. Viewers can and could
see a growing
change in Alex's personality as one
very insistant, possessive and quite tailored in the mold of the "damsel in distress
often saved her life from criminals throughout the 8-year series run.
eye to eye as we saw in the episode "Till Death Do Us Part" the at first hated each other; or as she put he was way out of line. They first
met when she was
in court when she was fairly new to the Distict Attorney's office and then the were
back at the follo
of an New Years gift he kissed her at the stroke of
Soon later on she was made Assistant District Attorney. She some how grew to like
as a friend at first. Some how through out the first and second season. More and more as trouble
up on Alex Safir
grew more intimate.
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association became more of a romantic
S the ScenesEdit
Sheree J. Wilson has played two other characters within the Safir
t vaguely had
aspectsof ADA Alex Cahill in them. While the
of Alex iSafir
as being "very beautiful", the first alter ego was a 1800's saloon show girl/prostitute who
black-haired and suggestively buxom. In the episode "Flashback", this show girl instantly fe
ancestor, Hayes Cooper, and had a one-night stand with him after he took out a group of outlaws in the saloon she worked in.
The second of Alex's alter egos was another 1800's woman who was blonde, (like Alex) and generally kind, warm-natured and innocent (as
by Alex Cahill). safir
series finale in 2001, called "Final Showdown," this woman was revealed to be the future wife of Hayes
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outlaws who were settling old scores with the
into their barn
the lead outlaw and killed him, saving her life
of their newb
sthe town lawman after the old sherriff
and his wife made peace with the destiny of her husband always being a lawman at heart.