Ashley Scott

Ashley Scott

  • Highest Rated: 80% Lost (2005)
  • Lowest Rated: 2% Strange Wilderness (2008)
  • Birthday: Jul 13, 1977
  • Birthplace: Metairie, Louisiana, USA
  • Sporting a Louisiana drawl and an all-American look, Ashley Scott took a fantastic gamble in the early '90s: at only 15 years old, she dropped out of secondary school, high-tailed it to New York, and roomed with several friends while seeking work on the side as a fashion model on the catalogue circuit. The risk paid off when Scott did indeed land a contract with a prestigious agency. Around seven years later, the up-and-coming superstar moved to the City of Angels and transitioned, seemingly without effort, to film roles. She debuted cinematically with a bit part in Steven Spielberg's well-received fantasy A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, and the exposure generated by that turn led to a regular role as Asha Copeland during the second season of the James Cameron-produced action series Dark Angel. When that show was canceled at the end of the season, Scott bounced back with another regular TV role, that of Helena Kyle (aka the Huntress) on the WB superhero series Birds of Prey (2002), but that series also folded rather quickly. Scott returned to films in 2003, and -- perhaps typecast for a brief period of time thanks to her Dark Angel/Birds of Prey work -- contented herself with a number of big-screen action and adventure roles in A-list features. These included S.W.A.T. (2003), Lost (2004), Walking Tall (2004), and Into the Blue (2005). In the process, Scott -- per the standard Hollywood progression -- ascended gradually to higher and higher billing. Back on the small screen, Scott took on a regular role on the cult series Jericho as Emily Sullivan. In 2007, she appeared in a small part in the action thriller The Kingdom. The next year, Scott began to stray from familiar genres with the adventure comedy Strange Wilderness, directed by Fred Wolf. As produced by Adam Sandler's Happy Madison Productions, the picture concerns a couple of animal nuts from a wildlife TV series who attempt to boost the show's ratings by journeying into exotic regions to find Bigfoot.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

31% Secret Obsession Nurse Masters 2019
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Coreys Sheila Feldman 2018
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Coreys: Feldman Speaks Sheila Feldman 2018
No Score Yet One Small Indiscretion Caroline Winters 2017
No Score Yet A Woman Deceived Elizabeth 2017
No Score Yet Amour et manipulation Elizabeth 2017
No Score Yet Manny Dearest Karen 2017
No Score Yet Fatal Defense Arden Walsh 2017
No Score Yet Broken Promise Mina Gardner 2016
No Score Yet Asesinato sin condena Mina 2016
No Score Yet A Killer Walks Amongst Us Hathaway 2015
No Score Yet 16 & Missing Julia 2015
No Score Yet Atrapada en la red Actor 2015
No Score Yet The Nightmare Nanny Actor 2013
No Score Yet The Perfect Boyfriend Actor 2013
No Score Yet Summoned Laura Scott 2013
No Score Yet Christmas Mail Kristi 2010
30% 12 Rounds Molly $12.3M 2009
2% Strange Wilderness Cheryl $6.6M 2008
No Score Yet Deceit Sam Pruitt 2007
51% The Kingdom Janine Ripon $47.5M 2007
No Score Yet Puff, Puff, Pass Elise 2006
42% Just Friends Nurse Janice $32.6M 2005
21% Into the Blue Amanda $18.5M 2005
80% Lost Judy 2005
No Score Yet Evil Remains Sharon 2004
26% Walking Tall Deni $45.9M 2004
47% S.W.A.T. Lara $116.7M 2003

TV

Rating

Title

Credit

Year

82% UnReal
2015-2018
Mary
  • 2015
No Score Yet NCIS
2003
Dana Hutton
  • 2010
No Score Yet CSI: Miami
2002-2012
Zoe Belle
  • 2009
54% Jericho
2006-2008
Emily Sullivan
  • 2008
  • 2007
  • 2006
52% Birds of Prey
2002-2003
Helena Kyle/Huntress Helena Kyle (Huntress)
  • 2003
  • 2002
65% Dark Angel
2000-2002
Asha Asha Barlow
  • 2002
  • 2001
  • 2000

QUOTES FROM Ashley Scott CHARACTERS

Gigolo Jane
Hey Joe what do you know?
Gigolo Jane
Hey Joe, what do you know?
Gigolo Joe
Hey Jane hows the game?
Gigolo Joe
Hey Jane, how's the game?