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Scott, Ashley 1977–

Scott, Ashley 1977–


Full name, Ashley McCall Scott; born July 13, 1977, in Metairie, LA; raised in Charleston, SC; daughter of Joe (a nurse) and Andrea (an administrative assistant; maiden name, Meister) Scott; married Anthony Rhulen (a producer), October, 2004. Avocational Interests: Horseback riding, cooking.

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Mary Putnam Greene, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 350, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Career: Actress. Worked as a child model in the United States and abroad.


Film Appearances:

Gigolo Jane, Artificial Intelligence: AI (also known as A.I. Artificial Intelligence), Warner Bros., 2001.

Lara, S.W.A.T., Columbia, 2003.

Deni, Walking Tall, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2004.

Sharon, Trespassing (also known as Evil Remains), Screen Media Ventures, 2004.

Judy, Lost, Ardustry Home Entertainment, 2004.

Amanda, Into the Blue, Columbia, 2005.

Janice, Just Friends (also known as Simplement amis?), New Line Cinema, 2005.

Elise, Puff, Puff, Pass (also known as Living High), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2006.

Deceit, Eleven Eleven Films/Continental Productions, 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Asha Barlow, Dark Angel (also known as James Cameron's "Dark Angel"), Fox, 2001–2002.

Helena Kyle (The Huntress), Birds of Prey (also known as BOP), The WB, 2003–2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Criminal Mastermind, ABC, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

The Wayne Brady Show, syndicated, 2004.

On-Air with Ryan Seacrest, syndicated, 2004.

Emily, "The First 17 Hours," Jericho, CBS, 2006.



Xpose, June, 2002, pp. 44-47.

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