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Jessy Schram
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General Information
Gender: Female
Birthday: January 15, 1986
Age: 31
Birthplace: Skokie, Illinois, United States
Social Networks: Twitter
Instagram
Other Information
Height: 5'7"
Occupation(s): Actress
Model
Education: Buffalo Grove High School
Talents: Acting
Modeling
Series Information
Character: Ashley Boyd / Cinderella
First appearance: The Price of Gold
Last appearance: The Other Shoe

Jessica "Jessy" Schram is an American actress. Her most notable roles include Hannah Griffith in Veronica Mars, Rachel Seybolt in Life, Karen in Falling Skies and Cinderella/Ashley Boyd in Once Upon a Time.

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Early life

Jessica Schram was born on January 15, 1986 in Skokie, Illinois. She was raised in Buffalo Grove, Illinois and graduated from Buffalo Grove High School in 2004. Schram modeled and appeared in television commercials as a child, and began performing in musical theatre at age 12. Schram moved to Los Angeles after graduation to pursue a career in acting.

Career

Early in her career, she appeared in television commercials for Retin-A Micro and Kentucky Fried Chicken. Her first on-screen appearance was a role as Larissa in the episode "Number One Fan" of Nickelodeon's sitcom Drake & Josh. In 2005, she played Susan Davis on Hallmark Channel's Jane Doe series of television movies. She also appeared in four episodes of the television series Veronica Mars as Hannah Griffith, who becomes Logan Echolls' girlfriend. She has appeared in several guest starring television roles, including CSI: Miami, Without a Trace, House, Ghost Whisperer, Medium, The Mentalist and Boston Legal.

In 2008, she starred in the drama film Keith and appeared as Tracy in the comedy film American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006). She was featured on Maxim magazine's website in their "Today's Girl" feature. In 2009, she was featured in a music video for J. R. Richards' song "A Beautiful End". Schram appeared in Tony Scott's action thriller film Unstoppable (2010), playing Darcy, the estranged wife of Chris Pine's character.

In 2011, Schram joined the main cast for the first season of the TNT science-fiction series Falling Skies. Her character was reduced to a recurring role in seasons two and three, then to guest appearances in season four. Between 2011 and 2016, Schram appeared in four episodes of the television series Once Upon a Time, playing Cinderella/Ashley Boyd. She reprised the role in the 2013 premiere of Once Upon A Time In Wonderland.

In 2012, she portrayed Christine Kendal on ABC's military drama series Last Resort. In 2015, Schram portrayed Cash Gray in the fourth season of musical drama series Nashville. She landed a role as Jennifer in crime thriller film Shot Caller (2017), which received generally positive reviews from critics.

Schram is also a singer-songwriter and has toured with Chicago blues artist Joan Baby.


Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Drake & Josh Larissa Episode: "Number One Fan"
2005 Jane Doe: Vanishing Act Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
Jane Doe: Now You See It, Now You Don't Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
Jane Doe: Til Death Do Us Part Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
Jane Doe: The Wrong Face Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
2005 – 2007 Medium Young Allison 2 episode
2006 Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
Jane Doe: The Harder They Fall Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
Veronica Mars Hannah Griffith 4 episodes
Split Decision Lennie Priestley Unaired pilot
Boston Legal Claire Wilson Episode: "The Nutcrackers"
2007 House Leah Episode: "Needle in a Haystack"
Ghost Whisperer Rana Thomas Episode: "Mean Ghost"
Without a Trace Ella Neese Episode: "Two of Us"
CSI: Miami Candace Walker Episode: "Cyber-Lebrity"
Jane Doe: Ties That Bind Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
Jane Doe: How to Fire Your Boss Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
2007 – 2009 Life Rachel Seybolt 8 episodes
2008 Jane Doe: Eye of the Beholder Susan Davis Television film (Hallmark)
2009 Limelight Georgia Peech Television film
Saving Grace Sayre Hanadarko Episode: "Do You Believe in Second Chances?"
Hawthorne Crystal Raymond Episode: "Night Moves"
Crash Kim 3 episodes
2010 Betwixt Morgan Brower Television film (The CW)
Night and Day Sarah Hollister Television film (TNT)
The Mentalist Rachel Bowman / Sherry Winger Episode: "Ball of Fire"
2011 Traffic Light Erica Episode: "Bonebag"
2011–14 Falling Skies Karen Nadler Main cast: season 1; recurring: seasons 2 & 3; guest: season 4 (15 episodes)
2011 – 2016 Once Upon a Time Ashley Boyd/Cinderella 4 episodes
2012 A Smile As Big As the Moon Robynn Television film (Hallmark Hall of Fame)
2012–13 Last Resort Christine Kendal Main role (13 episodes)
2013 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland Ashley Boyd Episode: "Down the Rabbit Hole"
Riding Shotgun Abby Video short
2014 Mad Men Bonnie Whiteside 4 episodes
2015 The Lizzie Borden Chronicles Nance O'Keefe Recurring role
Major Crimes Courtney Henson Episode: "Sorry I Missed You"
Harvest Moon Jen Stone Television film (Hallmark)
Reluctant Nanny Libby Prescott Television film
2015 – 2016 Nashville Cash Gray Recurring role (11 episodes)
2017 Birthday Wish Gwen Turner Television film (Hallmark)
A Royal New Year's Eve Caitlyn Television film (Hallmark)
2017 – 2018 The Nine Lives of Claw Purrnelope 3 episodes
2018 Road to Christmas Maggie Baker Television film (Hallmark)
2019 Lucifer Leona Episode: "Expire Erect"
2020 Chicago Med Dr. Hannah Asher 9 episodes
Amazing Winter Romance Julia Television film (Hallmark)
Country At Heart Shayna Judson Television film (Hallmark)

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2006 I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With Fake Daughter
American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile Tracy Sterling
2008 Keith Courtney
2010 Unstoppable Darcy Colson
2015 Pillow Talk Jennifer Short film
The Submarine Kid Emily
2017 Thirst Melody Short film
The Beautiful Ones Angela Morot
Shot Caller Jennifer
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