Ashley Judd is an American actress and political activist. Because her family was constantly relocating, she attended several schools.
Sayre School, Paul G. Blazer High School, and Franklin High School were among the 13 institutions she attended.
She went to the University of Kentucky and majored in French, art history, anthropology, theater, and women’s studies. She moved to France to study French.
In the film ‘Ruby in Paradise,’ directed by Victor Nunez, she had her breakout performance in 1993. She performed the titular character of ‘Ruby Lee Gissing’ in the film.
She starred as ‘Charlene Shiherlis’ in Michael Mann’s crime film ‘Heat’ in 1995. She appeared in the films ‘Smoke’ and ‘The Passion of Darkly Noon’ the same year.
In 1996, she starred in the film Norma Jean & Marilyn as the titular character. She then went on to star in the American crime drama film ‘Normal Life.’
She starred in the American criminal thriller film ‘Kiss the Girls,’ based on the novel of the same name, in 1997. In the same year, she starred as ‘Kitty’ in the film ‘The Locusts.’
Ashley Judd Parents: Naomi Judd and Michael C. Ciminella
Ashley Judd was born to Naomi Judd and Michael C. Ciminella. Her mother, Naomi Judd was a country singer and an actress.
She started in many movies and released quite a number of songs, however, she passed away on April 30, 2020. She is reported to have committed suicide.
Naomi was married to Michael C. Ciminella, a marketing consultant who worked in the racehorse industry. The two married for eight years as they got married in 1964 and separated in 1972.