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Birth Name: Dana V. Ashbrook

Age: 50, born 24 May 1967

Country of origin: United States

Height: 6' 0"


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Description: Growing up in San Diego, becoming an actor came naturally to Dana Ashbrook. His father is the director of the Palomar College Department of Performing Arts, and his mother is a teacher who performs in local theater. His sisters, Daphne Ashbrook and Taylor Ashbrook, are also working actresses. His own career started while still in his teens, when his sister Daphne's agent saw him performing in a high school play, and he made a good impression. He started out with guest appearances in TV series, and then went on to supporting roles in motion pictures. His big break was in 1990 in winning the role of Bobby Briggs in the offbeat tel ... (more)
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1. Charmed (1998)
Rating:
6.5
2014 Watched
2. Twin Peaks (1990)
Rating:
8.2
1293 Watched
3. Dawson's Creek (1998)
Rating:
5.7
1223 Watched
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7.5
1053 Watched
5. Psych (2006)
Rating:
7.3
692 Watched




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5.8
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5. Ghost Dad (1990)
Rating:
4.6
145 Watched





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