Ashley Newbrough, born in Newport, Rhode Island to a Canadian mother and American father, moved to Canada at age three and grew up in Ontario. She began her career at the age of 10, appearing worldwide in a number of commercials. Landing her first starring role in Fox’s “The Zack Files” series, Newbrough played Alice in Wonderland alongside Robert Clark, Michael Seater and Jack Epstein. She then landed a minor role in the TV family film “Get a Clue,” starring Lindsay Lohan and Brenda Song. In 2004, Newbrough earned her first starring role in Lifetime’s drama pilot “The Coven.” Her next role was guest starring in an episode of “1-800-Missing,” after which she landed a recurring role in “Radio Free Roscoe” and “The Best Years.” She also appeared on “Degrassi: The Next Generation” before getting her big break in the 2007 Syfy film Kaw, opposite Sean Patrick Flannery and Rod Taylor. Newbrough scored the role on the award-winning Canadian sport comedy “Rent-a-Goalie” and after the third season wrapped, she moved to Los Angeles where she captured the lead role in The CW drama series “Privileged” in 2008-2009. In 2013-14, Newbrough recurred as Kyra on ABC’s “Mistresses” and in 2015, she was the lead in Hallmark Channel’s “Love Under the Stars.” Newbrough starred in the TV movie “Snowmance” in 2017 and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “Small Town Christmas” in 2018.