October 13, 1987 |
Newport, Rhode Island, U.S.
Ashley Newbrough (born October 13, 1987) is an American-Canadian film and television actress.
Early life and background
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She began her career at the age of ten, appearing in a number of commercials worldwide. She landed her first starring role on the Fox Family Channel series, The Zack Files, playing Alice In Wonderland, alongside Robert Clark, Michael Seater and Jake Epstein. Newbrough then landed roles in television movies, including a minor one in family film Get a Clue starring Lindsay Lohan and Brenda Song.
Newbrough auditioned and was then given her first lead role in the 2004 Lifetime pilot drama The Coven, opposite Paula Devicq and Illeanna Douglas, though ultimately Lifetime did not go forward with the series. Her next role was guest starring in an episode of 1-800-Missing opposite Caterina Scorsone. Newbrough then landed a recurring role, Audrey, in the comedy/drama Radio Free Roscoe, and also appeared on Degrassi: The Next Generation as Melinda. She also recurred as Sloane McCarthy on the TV series The Best Years in 2007.
She was given her big break in the 2007 Syfy film, KAW, where she played Doris opposite Sean Patrick Flannery and Rod Taylor. Newbrough then scored the role of Dallas, Cake's (Chris Bolton) daughter, on the award winning Canadian sport comedy Rent-A-Goalie in 2008.
After season 3 wrapped on Rent-A-Goalie, Newbrough moved to Los Angeles after landing the lead role as Sage Baker, co-starring opposite Joanna Garcia (Megan Smith) and Lucy Hale (Rose Baker) in The CW's drama series Privileged. In 2013–14, Newbrough recurred as Kyra on ABC's Mistresses in seasons 1 and 2. In 2015, she was the lead in the Hallmark Channel movie, Love Under the Stars.
Newbrough also appeared in Nigel Barker's published book: Nigel Barker's The Beauty Equation: Revealing a Better and More Beautiful You in September 2010.
|2005||The Perfect Man||Marjorie||Scenes deleted|
|2011||Even the Brave||Stacie||Short film|
|2015||"My best friend"|
|2000||The Zack Files||Alice||Episode: "The Library of No Return"|
|2002||Get a Clue||Student #2||Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2003–05||Radio Free Roscoe||Audrey Quinlan||Recurring role, 8 episodes|
|2004||Missing||Cara Cooper||Episode: "Sea of Love"|
|2004||The Coven||Alex||Failed television pilot|
|2005–06||Degrassi: The Next Generation||Melinda||2 episodes|
|2007||The Best Years||Sloane McCarthy||4 episodes|
|2007||KAW||Doris||Syfy television film|
|2007–08||Rent-a-Goalie||Dallas||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|2008–09||Privileged||Sage Baker||Lead role, 18 episodes|
|2013–14||Mistresses||Kyra||Recurring role, 5 episodes|
|2015||Love Under the Stars||Becca||Hallmark Channel television movie|
|2016||You May Now Kill the Bride||Nicole||Lifetime television movie|
- Dempsey, John (April 7, 2004). "Lifetime pulls plug on hyped pilots". Variety. Retrieved 2015-08-22.
- Rubinoff, Joel (September 16, 2008). "Privileged star has meanness perfected". Toronto Star. Retrieved 2015-08-22.
- "Ashley Newbrough and Wes Brown Star in "Love Under the Stars" A Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original World Premiere August 16". The Futon Critic. July 23, 2015. Retrieved 2015-08-22.
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