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Jennifer Ashe


Jennifer Ashe was born on July 26, 1966. She is an actress, known for As the World Turns (1956), Loving (1983) and Profiler (1996). See full bio »

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Known For

As the World Turns
As the World Turns Meg Snyder / Meg Snyder Reyes
(1986-1993)
Loving
Loving Lily Slater
(1983-1985)
Profiler
Profiler Shelly Kidwell
(1998)

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 2018 The Silhouette of a Ghost (Short) (post-production)
Lilly Mitchum
 1998 Profiler (TV Series)
Shelly Kidwell
- Cycle of Violence (1998) ... Shelly Kidwell
 1993 Likely Suspects (TV Series)
 1986-1993 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Meg Snyder / Meg Snyder Reyes
- Episode #1.9903 (1993) ... Meg Snyder
- Episode dated 20 January 1989 (1989) ... Meg Snyder
- Episode dated 24 December 1987 (1987) ... Meg Snyder Reyes
- Episode dated 24 April 1986 (1986) ... Meg Snyder
- Episode dated 22 April 1986 (1986) ... Meg Snyder (uncredited)
 1983-1985 Loving (TV Series)
Lily Slater
- Episode dated 2 January 1985 (1985) ... Lily Slater
- Episode dated 1 January 1985 (1985) ... Lily Slater
- Pilot (1983) ... Lily Slater
 1982 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)
Sara
- Amy & the Angel (1982) ... Sara
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 1988 The 37th Annual Miss USA Pageant (TV Special documentary)
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Auditioned for the roles of Kelly Capwell and Laken Lockridge on Santa Barbara (1984).

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