Ashley Greene Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Ashley Greene, whose total name is Ashley Michele Greene, is model and an American performer using an estimated net worth of $10 million. She’s best-known for her part as Alice Cullen in the Twilight pictures. Produced in Jacksonville, Fl, on February 21, 1987, Ashley Greene was raised in Midleburg and additionally, in Jacksonville. Ashley Greene wasn’t tall enough to be a fashion design, therefore she dedicated to performing in advertisements. She appeared in tv shows, like Punks and Crossing Jordan. (2012).
Ashley Greene Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
In 2010, Ashley Greene performed in the drama movie Skateland, where she impersonated Michelle Burkham. The picture was debiut at the 2010 Sundance Movie Festival. Ashley Greene starred in The Apparition, together with in Summers Blood and she re-united with her Twilight co star, Kellan Lutz, in A Warriors Heart. Ashley Greene s net worth is constructed mainly from her powerful as Alice Cullen in the movie adaptations of Stephenie Meyers Twilight novels. Ashley Greene has won The Design Icon Award at Hollywood Lives Youthful Hollywood Awards, a honour in the PETA foundation for showing that there are no screening on critters and symbolizing AVON. Additionally, her part as Alice Cullen introduced Ashley Greene several honours, including Teenager Choice Awards for Picture New Face Feminine, Scream Awards for Best Supporting Actress, Scream Awards for Greatest Ensemble Forged, and 4 Teenager Choice Awards for Scene-Stealer Female, Most Fanatic Lovers, and 2 for Scene-Stealer Female type. Ashley drives a Porsche Cayman S. and an Audi Q5.
February 21, 1987
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
University Christian School, Samuel W. Wolfson High School, Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Florida State College at Jacksonville
United States of America
Joe Greene, Michele Greene
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Scene Stealer: Female, Young Hollywood Award for Style Icon, Young Hollywood Award for Female Superstar of Tomorrow, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star - Female
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, The Apparition, Burying the Ex, Twilight, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Urge, Wish I Was Here, A Warrior's Heart, Skateland, LOL, Summer's Blood, Kristy, Staten Island Summer, CBGB, In Dubious Battle, King of California, Butter, Radio Free Albemuth, Shrink, Holidays, Otis, Americana, The Boom Boom Room
She graduated high school early and moved from Jacksonville Florida to Hollywood at age 17.
Has one sibling named Joe who lives in Hollywood, California, and is pursuing acting. Her parents Joey and Michele still live in Jacksonville, Florida, and are happily married.
I need a guy that understands give-and-take. I can't be the only one giving.
It was a really long, tedious process. I hadn't read the books, but I read them because they wouldn't release the script or breakdown. My manager told me to go into the audition and to do a good job and not to mess up because the casting directors were sticklers. So, I was like, "How am I supposed to do a good job? I don't even know what I'm supposed to be playing!" I originally auditioned for "Bella", and so I read the first book and kind of fell in love with it. I went in and auditioned and actually they called me back in and said, "No, you're not right for Bella", so I was bummed, and then they brought me back for "Alice". I worked more on it - that was all I did for a couple of days before I went in. I came in probably like five times before I actually got the role - and then I went home for Christmas and literally just had to wait and wait. I thought that I didn't get it again, and then I got the call that I was "Alice" and I freaked out and called my dad and mom -- on how she got the role of "Alice Cullen" in Twilight (2008).
It's kind of laughable because it's amazing that people are so intrigued by who I have lunch with and whatnot. This is my thing: If I was in a relationship with someone that I really cared about, it would upset me if they speculated something about me and someone else because that other person has to read it. That's the part which I haven't encountered yet because I'm not in a relationship, but I'm just waiting for it - and then I'm sure I'll hate it. It's something I have to get used to, I guess. It's all apart of this job. It's like the little fine print of dating me - "You will now be thrown into this Twilight whirlwind." The fans embrace everything that we do, so if I started dating some guy they would probably embrace him too. -- on dealing with being in the public eye.
... I don't think I'm going to be pigeonholed. If I always played the hot, stupid chick, then I might be pigeonholed as that. I get to kind of choose my films, which hopefully I will choose wisely and build off of that versus pissing the fans off.
I definitely try to make it home. I actually have my family fly out, and I have a couple of Florida friends fly out sometimes, and then I have a best friend or two in L.A. I just try hanging out and spending time with my friends - I try and live a normal lifestyle. -- on what she likes to do for fun.
My life is a crazy whirlwind right now. I'm just working and working and working. With the success of the film, there are a lot of things you get offered, places people want you to go just to have you there, and I really haven't been able to do that. Between this and other films, I've just been working. You know, I was a struggling actor, and I was modeling to pay bills. I was worried about rent, and I was living with two other people. To go from that to me going, "I need a break, I need a day off", is a crazy thing. It's good, and it's tiring, but my mom being able to see what I'm doing every single day on the Internet? It's crazy! From nobody really knowing or really caring who you are or what you do to suddenly making headlines with what you're eating, where you're going, who you're hanging out and having coffee with is nuts. But I guess it helps when I'm walking into these rooms with directors and producers, all of a sudden, they know who I am. That's the craziest thing ... -- on how her life has changed since Twilight (2008) debuted.
My whole outlook has changed. You go into rooms with producers and directors and you're so nervous, and you're thinking these are big, bad studio heads and they want you to fail. Then you do something like this, and you can walk into these rooms and they want to know what you think, what you want to do, how you view their script. I go into these rooms [now], sit down, and have conversations with these people, which is what I should have been doing from the beginning. It's a different world.
As an actor you want people to know you and there are times you want your pictures taken, but it's unnerving to walk out of a venue with friends and there are 20 people flashing lights in your face. Do you know how bright those lights are?
I'm independent. If a guy is too clingy or needy, I actually get afraid of hurting him - and I can't deal with that.
I hate jealous guys! Everyone can be jealous. We all have that in us. Push the demon down or it's going to drive the other person away.
Don't throw petals on the floor if they have no meaning. I would rather have a fun, casual relationship than have someone pretending they're completely in love with me.