|Born||Azura Dawn Storozynski
November 8, 1981
Northridge, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Azura Dawn Storozynski (born November 8, 1981), known professionally as Azura Skye, is an American actress who first gained recognition for her role as Jane on The WB television sitcom, Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane. She also had a 2-episode role as Cassie Newton in the seventh season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Skye was born in her grandmother's home in Northridge, California. Her parents being amateur gemologists, named her after azurite, a semi-precious mineral. Azure is a color often associated with the sky; thus the stage name "Azura Skye." Being from a show business family, she started her career as a stage actress at the age of three and toured Europe with the Santa Monica Playhouse theatre group at the age of eleven. She received her education at the Brentwood School.
Her grandfather, Brad Johnson, who died before her birth, was an actor known for his role as deputy sheriff Lofty Craig in the Western series, Annie Oakley (1954–1957), as well as a real estate developer in Los Angeles.
Skye made her first television appearance on the show Total Security in 1997. Then she played a couple of smaller parts on Touched by an Angel and Chicago Hope, and made appearances in a number of television movies before she was cast for the role as "Jane" in Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane in 1999. Zoe..., as the show was renamed for the second season, was a short-lived (two seasons) sitcom about four teenagers - Skye's character being one of them. In 2000, the same year that Zoe... ended, Skye's first major movie production premiered. In 28 Days, she starred alongside Sandra Bullock and Viggo Mortensen.
Two years later, in 2002, Skye appeared in two episodes of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In the episode "Help" she plays Cassie Newton, a teen girl at Sunnydale High who possesses the power of precognition and who foresees her own death, and whom Buffy tries to help. In the episode "Conversations with Dead People", she plays an incarnation of the First Evil, impersonating a ghost of Cassie, who attempts to persuade Willow to commit suicide by pretending to bring a message from her dead girlfriend Tara.
During this time she also appeared in other projects, doing smaller parts. She has played Susie Keaton in four episodes of CSI: Miami and has made guest appearances in shows such as Smallville and Judging Amy. Skye has also played parts in movies like Bandits (with Bruce Willis and Cate Blanchett), The Salton Sea (with Val Kilmer) and Red Dragon (with Anthony Hopkins).
Skye appeared as Ruby Bates in the 2006 drama Heavens Fall. In 2007, she starred as Sara in 20 Years After and in What We Do Is Secret. In 2008, she had a major part in the American remake of the Japanese horror movie One Missed Call, which was released in the US on January 4, 2008.
Her most recent television appearances includes the voice of Veronica in an episode of American Dad!, fall 2007 episodes of House M.D., Bones and Ghost Whisperer, a 2009 episode of The Mentalist, and Fiona in American Horror Story: Murder House.
Skye was romantically linked to Writer / Director Oden Roberts for over seven years.
|2001||Buck Naked Arson||Janey|
|2001||Town & Country||Spider|
|2002||Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister||Iris|
|2002||Salton Sea, TheThe Salton Sea||Teresa|
|2005||Wendell Baker Story, TheThe Wendell Baker Story||May|
|2005||Why Don't You Dance?||Short film|
|2005||Laying Down Arms||Janet||Short film|
|2006||Wristcutters: A Love Story||Tania|
|2006||Love and Debate||Nina|
|2006||Heavens Fall||Ruby Bates|
|2007||What We Do Is Secret||Casey Cola|
|2007||God's Beach||Lydia||Short film|
|2008||One Missed Call||Leann Cole|
|2008||20 Years After||Sarah|
|2009||Two Other Dreams||Galen||Short film|
|2012||Least Among Saints||May|
|2015||Take Me to the River||Ruth|
|1997||Total Security||Episode: "A Man for Half a Season"|
|1997||Touched by an Angel||China||Episode: "Children of the Night"|
|1997||Chicago Hope||Cashier||Episode: "Brain Salad Surgery"|
|1998||Cab to Canada||Jet (Runaway)||TV movie|
|1999–2000||Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane||Jane Cooper||24 episodes|
|2000||Batman Beyond||Deanna Clay (voice)||Episode: "Inqueling"|
|2001||Gideon's Crossing||Haley||Episode: "The Crash"|
|2002||Smallville||Amy Palmer||Episode: "Shimmer"|
|2002||Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister||Iris Fisher||TV movie|
|2002||John Doe||Karen||Episode: "Unaired Pilot"|
|2002||Judging Amy||Rhonda Petty||Episode: "Lost in the System"|
|2002||Buffy the Vampire Slayer||Cassie Newton||Episode: "Help"
Episode: "Conversations with Dead People"
|2003||Expert Witness||TV movie|
|2003||Handler, TheThe Handler||Amber||Episode: "Homewrecker's Ball"|
|2003–05||CSI: Miami||Susie Barnam Keaton||4 episodes|
|2005||Missing||Marissa||Episode: "Have You Seen This Man?"|
|2006||American Dad!||Veronica (voice)||Episode: "The American Dad After School Special"|
|2006–07||Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman, TheThe Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman||Skyler||8 episodes|
|2007||Mr. and Mrs. Smith||J||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2007||House||Irene||Episode: "Guardian Angels"|
|2007||Bones||Amber Kippler||Episode: "Mummy in the Maze"|
|2007||Ghost Whisperer||Sophie Owens||Episode: "Double Exposure"|
|2009||Mentalist, TheThe Mentalist||Tamzin Dove / Sarah Jones||Episode: "Red Rum"|
|2009||Hawthorne||Mary Barth||Episode: "Yielding"|
|2010||Cold Case||Claire Shepard (1998)||Episode: "Bullet"|
|2011||American Dad!||Cookie (voice)||Episode: "School Lies"|
|2011||American Horror Story: Murder House||Fiona||4 episodes|
|2012||Grimm||Robin Steinkellner||Episode: "The Thing with Feathers"|
|2014||Working the Engels||Sandy Engel-Karinsky|
|2011||Star Wars: The Old Republic||Ashara Zavros||Video game|
|2013||Killzone: Shadow Fall||Dr. Hilary Massar||Video game|
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- Gus Thomson (2010-07-22). "Brad Johnson is Auburn's best-known actor you've never heard of". Auburn Journal. Retrieved 2010-08-15.
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- BioWare (2011-12-20). Star Wars: The Old Republic. Electronic Arts, LucasArts. Scene: closing credits, 9:50 in, English Cast.
- Guerrilla Games (2013-11-15). Killzone: Shadow Fall. Sony Computer Entertainment.