About Ashlie Rhey
August 17, 1961
|Place of Birth||:||Wheeling, West Virginia, USA|
|Also Known As||:||Ashlee Rhey , Ashley Rhey , Ashley Riley|
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Actress and comedienne Ashlie Rhey was born in Wheeling, West Virginia and grew up in Navarre, Ohio, where she graduated from Fairless High School with the Class of 1979. Ashlie was cast in her very first acting role while working as a model with Wilhelmina Models. Ashlie's modeling career took her to Europe and upon returning to the west coast she began pursuing her career as an actress. It was at that time that her theatrical agent received a casting call from Playboy landing Ashlie in seven newsstand specials and a pictorial for Playboy Australia. She went on to fill numerous roles for film and television productions for Playboy Enterprises. During her studies for acting she also worked as a hand model and body double. She poked the Pillsbury Doughboy and was the hands of supermodels Rachel Hunter, Niki Taylor and others in their cosmetics commercials. Kelly Lynch, Lara Flynn Boyle, Sarah Jessica Parker and Valeria Golino are a few of the actresses for whom Ashlie body-doubled in their movie posters and video box covers. One of Ashlie's early roles was as Shannon Thronton in the Telley Award winning Soap Opera Secrets. She then obtained some small roles and quickly landed her first starring role in the independent horror film The Summoned (1992). Her next break came when she was cast as the star of Bikini Drive-in (1995). In 2008 Ashlie began performing stand up comedy for the Spiritual, but not Religious in Sanctimonious Comedy and she created, wrote, produced, directed and starred in the sitcom pilot Daisy Power (2008). Along with her performance work Ashlie has followed a life long interest in alternative medicine, spiritual growth and the healing arts. She is a Reiki Master, an L.M.T. and a certified Laughter Yoga Leader. Ashlie also studied at the School for Enlightenment and Healing and she follows a path of personal transformation.