Ashley Rose Orr

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Ashley Orr
Born Ashley Rose Orr
(1990-11-11) November 11, 1990 (age 23)
Denville, New Jersey, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present
Website
http://www.ashleyroseorr.com/

Ashley Rose (born November 11, 1990, in Denville, New Jersey) is an American actress. She is the middle child of four siblings: older sister Jennifer, older brother Michael, and two younger brothers Jordan & Tyler.

Career[edit]

Orr starred as Gretl on Broadway in The Sound of Music at the age of 6. She continued on Broadway in Les Misérables and in Annie Get Your Gun as Nellie Oakley. She has recorded numerous CDs. She can be heard on The Girl Scout CD, American Girls CD and Broadway Kids CD along with others. Orr was chosen in a national search of over 10,000 girls for the role of Shirley Temple in a Disney film, The Shirley Temple Story (2001). She voiced Lucy van Pelt in newer Peanuts specials.

Orr has recorded over 8 CDs and has appeared in numerous national commercials, jingles and voice-overs in addition to singing two solos at The National Mother of the Year Awards at the Waldorf Hotel. When not entertaining, Ashley enjoys bowling, gymnastics, swimming and biking. Her leisure time is spent with family and her pet kitten, Mable. Ashley is home-schooled by her teacher mother and uses special computerized programs to maintain her high scholastic education.

Orr was chosen to perform on the new "Broadway Kids" CD Hey Mr. DJ pop album. In 2003, she starred in a film alongside Penelope Ann Miller, called Carry Me Home.

Orr was signed to T.U.G (The Ultimate Group) by Christopher Brian Stokes.

She also voiced Lucy van Pelt in I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown.

Awards[edit]

In 2002, Ashley was nominated for a Young Artist Award, for her role in Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story.
In 2006 she was nominated for a Young Artist Award, for her role in Without a Trace.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1999 All Shook Up Little Girl
Hôhokekyo tonari no Yamada-kun Additional Voices Voice
2001 Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story Shirley Temple
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Leslie Bello Television series (Episode "Redemption")
Challenge America Guest Singer Television film
2002 Dora the Explorer Elf Television series (Episode "A Present for Santa")
The Guiding Light Christmas Caroler Television series
2003 I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown Lucy van Pelt (voice) TV Special
2004 Red Riding Hood Ashley #1
The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses Dusty
Summerland Beach Girl Television series (Episodes "Pilot" and "And So the Day Begins")
Learn to Hip Hop Volume 3 Herself
Cold Case Tiffany O'Connell 1990 Television series (Episode "The Sleepover")
Carry Me Home Carrie Television film
2005 Desperate Housewives Julie's Friend #2 Television series (Episode "Move On")
That's So Raven Francesca Television series (Episode "On Top of Old Oaky")
Without a Trace Daisy Thorpe Television series (Episode "The Bogie Man")
Her Name Is Carla Young Carla
2006 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Teenage Daughter Television series
Dexter Mindy Television series (Episode "Love American Style")
2007 Monk Lisa Television series (Episode "Mr. Monk and the Birds and the Bees")
Unfabulous Peaches Television series (Episodes "The Talent Show" and "The Guilt Trip")
2009 The Wilderness Family Kate
2012 Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Raimu "Rhyme" Bito Video game: English version

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