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- Shiri Freda Appleby
- Los Angeles CA
- United States
- Looks Younger Than She Really Is
Shiri Appleby Introduction
Even with a scar above her left eyebrow from a dog bite when she was young, Shiri Appleby has managed to have a decent acting career, date a musician, and date a nerdy actor who plays a doctor and directs deep films.
Shiri Appleby Life Story
Appleby graduated from Calabasas High School in 1997 and University of Southern California despite beginning her acting career at the age of four in commercials. Soon she would be on several television series as a guest star, including: thirtysomething (1987), Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989), ER (1994), Baywatch (1989), Xena: Warrior Princess (1995), 7th Heaven (1996) and Beverly Hills 90210 (1990) before landing a recurring role on Roswell. On 7th Heaven she played a gang member because there just aren't enough Jewish gangsters.
She has gone on to star in several films, television shows, and music videos, including What Love Is with Anne Heche, The Killing floor, about a literary agent(..blah...blah...blah..you lost me), I'm Reed Fish with Alexis Bledel, When do We Eat, about a Jewish Passover meal on drugs, and, of course, the highly unsuccessful Project Green Light film, The Battle of Shaker Heights with Shia La Beouf, who, undoubtedly, became famous only because of his weird name.
In January 2010, Shiri began starring on the new CW series "Life Unexpected."
Shiri Appleby on the Web
Shiri Appleby To Topline Lifetime Pilot 'Unreal' - Deadline.com EXCLUSIVE: Shiri Appleby is set as the lead in Lifetime's drama pilot Unreal, inspired by Sarah Gertrude Shapiro's award-winning independent short Sequ.
Lifetime's Shiri Appleby Drama Pilot Adds 'Jericho' Alum (Exclusive) Lifetime's Shiri Appleby drama pilot Unreal is adding a Jericho alum to the cast. Actress Ashley Scott has joined the project from executive producer Marti Noxon, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.