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ASHLEY SCOTT (Cheryl) recently appeared in the feature film "Into the Blue” opposite Paul Walker, Jessica Alba and Scott Caan, as well as "Just Friends” co-starring with Ryan Reynolds, Chris Klein and Amy Smart. She has also completed production on the indie sci-fi thriller "Trespassing” written and directed by James Merendino ("SLC Punk!”) and starring Estella Warren; "Easier, Softer Way” directed by and starring Mekhi Phifer; and "The American Standard.”

Since 2006, Scott has been a series regular on CBS' sci-fi drama "Jericho.”

In 2004, she co-starred in MGM's hit remake "Walking Tall” as Dwayne "The Rock” Johnson's love interest. Her other film roles include a cameo as Colin Farrell's love interest in Sony's action thriller "S.W.A.T.” and as Gigolo Jane opposite Jude Law in Steven Spielberg's sci-fi thriller "AI: Artificial Intelligence.”

Scott was born in Metairie, Louisiana, and raised in Charleston, South Carolina. As a teenager she moved to New York and began modeling internationally, gracing the runways at fashion shows in Miami, Paris and London.

When she decided to try her luck as an actress, Scott hit the big time right away. Her first big break came with a role in the television series "Dark Angel.” Scott played Asha, a Robin Hood-type criminal opposite series star Jessica Alba. She also starred on the WB action adventure series "Birds of Prey.” Although the series was short-lived, she received critical attention for her work.

Scott currently resides in Los Angeles.

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