Ashleigh Aston Moore, born as Ashley Rogers on September 30, 1981, in Sunnyvale, California, USA, was an American child actress. She gained recognition for her role as Chrissy in the 1995 coming-of-age film “Now and Then.”
|Ashley Rogers (professional name: Ashleigh Aston Moore)
|September 30, 1981
|Sunnyvale, California, USA
|Not Publicly Available
|5 ft 1 in (1.55 m)
|1991 – 1997
|Estimated Net Worth
Early Life and Education
Born Ashley Rogers, Ashleigh Aston Moore chose to use a professional name for her acting career. She developed an interest in acting at a young age and began her career as a child artist.
Career Beginnings and Success
Ashleigh Aston Moore began her career with television roles in series like “The Odyssey” and “Northern Exposure.” However, her breakthrough came when she was cast as Chrissy, one of the four main characters, in “Now and Then.” The movie, which tells the story of four childhood friends who reunite as adults, was a commercial success and remains a beloved coming-of-age film.
Moore largely stepped back from acting in her late teens, making her last film appearance in 1997. She maintained a low public profile after her acting career.
Legacy and Influence
Despite her brief career, Ashleigh Aston Moore’s performance in “Now and Then” had a significant impact on 90’s cinema. The role of Chrissy is still fondly remembered by fans of the film.
Tragically, Moore passed away on December 10, 2007, at the young age of 26. The cause of death was reported as accidental heroin overdose. Her untimely passing was mourned by fans and her former co-stars alike, highlighting the profound effect her brief career had on those who knew her and watched her perform.