Ashley Greene, Actress: Twilight. Ashley Michele Greene was born in Jacksonville, Florida to parents Michele (Tatum), an insurance broker, and Joseph Lacy Greene, US Marine who runs a concrete business. A self-confessed tomboy and "daredevil", Ashley loved to try to keep up with her older brother Joe, taking on activities such as taekwondo and winning several awards. Ashley says ...
Ashley Greene Goes 'Rogue' | The "Twilight" actress is live in Times Square to discuss her role in the TV drama.
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Ashley Greene Goes 'Rogue' The "Twilight" actress is live in Times Square to discuss her role in the TV drama.
Ashley Greene, who’s famous as Alice Cullen from the blockbuster vampire saga Twilight, is all set to star in her new television series titled Rogue. Ashley Greene has confirmed of joining the Rogue cast and will be seen opposite the show’s lead Cole Hauser.
Ashley Greene signs the wall at the AOL Build Speaker Series to discuss "Rogue" at AOL Studios In New York on April 6, 2016 in New York City. Ashley Greene attends AOL Build Series at AOL Studios in New York on April 6, 2016 in New York City.
StorylineGrace, a morally and emotionally-conflicted undercover detective, is tormented by the possibility that her own actions contributed to her son's myst...
Rogue: Created by Matthew Parkhill. With Cole Hauser, Thandiwe Newton, Sergio Di Zio, Sarah Jeffery. Grace, an undercover detective, is tormented by the possibility that she might have contributed to her son's mysterious death. While trying to uncover the truth, she gets involved with a dangerous criminal.
Ashley Greene (1987 - ) The Apparition (2012) [Kelly]: Killed (off-screen) by the supernatural being(s); the movie ends with hands grabbing her and pulling her into darkness. (Thanks to Tim and Cody) Kristy (2014) [Violet]: Burned to death after Haley Bennett throws chemicals onto her and then tosses water at her, resulting in a chemical reaction that sets her on fire. Burying the Ex (2014 ...
Greene would later go on to appear in the DirecTV series Rogue (2016-17), although that, too, has since gone off the air.