Ashleigh Aston Moore

Biography: Ashleigh Aston Moore was born as Ashley Rogers on November 13, 1981. Her parents were Cynthia Moore, a CNA (Certified nursing assistant) and James Moore, who wasn't around for much of her life. She attended a private school in Sunnyvalle until third grade when she left to spend full time on her acting. Her mother tutored her and helped her to pursue the dreams she'd had since she was four.
She appeared in a B.C. Chicken commercial in 1992. Ashleigh's largest role was in Now and Then (1995) ... for which the relatively tiny star had to pack on 20 pounds. For Ashleigh, who loved to eat, this was no problem. Throughout for career, she was nominated for three awards and one of which, she won. In 1995, Ashleigh was nominated for the YTV Achievement Award for acting and she won.
Her last and final role was Elizabeth on Good vs Evil.She has done a few more jobs since then but after about 1997 decided to stop acting. She attended college to become a teacher. On December 11, 2007,
Ashleigh Aston Moore was born as Ashley Rogers on November 13, 1981. Her parents were Cynthia Moore, a CNA (Certified nursing assistant) and James Moore, who wasn't around for much of her life. She attended a private school in Sunnyvalle until third grade when she left to spend full time on her acting. Her mother tutored her and helped her to pursue the dreams she'd had since she was four.
She appeared in a B.C. Chicken commercial in 1992. Ashleigh's largest role was in Now and Then (1995) ... for which the relatively tiny star had to pack on 20 pounds. For Ashleigh, who loved to eat, this was no problem. Throughout for career, she was nominated for three awards and one of which, she won. In 1995, Ashleigh was nominated for the YTV Achievement Award for acting and she won.
Her last and final role was Elizabeth on Good vs Evil.She has done a few more jobs since then but after about 1997 decided to stop acting. She attended college to become a teacher. On December 11, 2007, Ashley experienced an accidental heroin overdose in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada and died. She was 26.
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