Birth Date: July 11, 1975
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 5' 10"
Ashley looks sorta like Naomi Watts, dont cha think?
In addition to her regular role in the ensemble cast of Blue Collar TV, Ashley Drane continues her recurring role on Disney's That's So Raven as the snooty, popular Muffy, who is one of Raven's arch rivals.
Drane has been in front of the camera since the age of thirteen when she landed a hosting position for the Discovery Channel's Shamu TV. She also co-hosted The Mandy Moore Show on MTV for a week after receiving a personal invitation from the host herself. When the TRUTH Anti-Tobacco Campaign launched in Florida, Drane was chosen to be the national spokesperson for the operation and was featured on Good Morning America, CNN, and MTV. Drane has guest-starred on numerous television series including JAG, Nickelodeon's Drake and Josh and Lifetime's Strong Medicine. She also starred in the independent film Ancient Warriors with Daniel Baldwin.
Drane first caught the acting bug at the age of twelve when she landed the demanding role of Helen Keller in the Orlando Civic Theatre production of The Miracle Worker. She went on to star in the theater's other productions of The Wizard of Oz, Just So Stories and The Children's Hour.
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Drane moved with her family to Orlando, Florida, where she was "brought up Disney." Her exposure to the mighty entertainment institution through her father's Disney employment eventually led to her own job as a dancer in the MGM Hercules Parade.
Drane is not only passionate about acting but has a real flare for fashion design. Raised by a very creative elementary schoolteacher mother, Drane began designing her own clothes and costumes at the age of ten. She has always been involved in sports and at one point was the only girl on an all-boys baseball team. She is now a self-described "baseball fanatic and cheerleader" due to the fact that she is dating David Eckstein, the talented Angel's shortstop. She feels that giving back is very important and has volunteered her time to the Ronald McDonald House, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Special Olympics. Along with her mom and dad, Drane's role model is the first woman Supreme Court Justice of the United States, Sandra Day O'Connor, and she has hopes of meeting her someday.
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