Aubrey Peeples of Nashville and Jem and the Holograms

June 23, 2016

Aubrey Peeples of Nashville and Jem and the Holograms

Aubrey Peeples was born and raised in Lake Mary, Seminole County, Florida, a small suburban city in the Orlando area. While attending schooling, she got her start in performing at the Orlando Repertory Theatre. Which she performed at for around a decade. She graduated from Lake Mary Preparatory School as valedictorian, in 2012. After graduating, she was accepted to Harvard but deferred entry twice, the second time being for her role as Layla Grant in Nashville.

Birth: November 27, 1993
Place of Birth: Lake Mary, Florida
Film appearances, as of June 2016: 3
Number of TV shows, TV films that they've been in, as of June 2016: 12

Years Active: 2009 to Present


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Her first appearance was on the direct to video and television film Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective as Daniella. Following that, she made single-episode appearances on Drop Dead Diva (2010) and Charlie's Angels, Burn Notice (both in 2011). In 2012, she was in a single episode of Disney's Austin & Ally. She was also in three episodes of Necessary Roughness from 2011 to 2012.

In 2013, things picked up a bit more in her career and she starred in the films The Good Mother and Sharknado. She also starred in an episode of Grey's Anatomy, in 2013, and got her part in the show she's best known for right now, Nashville.

In 2014, she was in the film Rage, alongside Nicolas Cage (as his daughter) and in the film A Conversation: Anne Frank Meets God, as Anne Frank (which hasn't been released yet). 2015 had her starring as Jem/Jerrica Benton in the film Jem and the Holograms, a film based on the 80s cartoon.

As herself, she has appeared on numerous talk shows and TV specials and series.

This year, she's starred in the pilot of the short-lived CW series Star-Crossed and two 2016 episodes of Recovery Road, prior to it being canceled by Freeform.




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