Hollywood star Aubrey Dollar had her career beginnings in the early ’90s. Her first role was in the 1992 film Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice. She next appeared in the 1995 films Heavyweights and Other Voices, Other Rooms. That same year, she made her television debut in the TV movie Murderous Intent.
She also appeared in an episode of American Gothic, and later played Marcy Bender in four episodes of Dawson’s Creek. In the 2000s, she starred in the TV films Amy & Isabelle and Trapped: Buried Alive. She then became known for her portrayal of Marina Cooper in the soap opera Guiding Light. After this, she starred as Judy Kramer in Fox’s Point Pleasant. She went on to star as Cindy Thomas in the ABC series Women’s Murder Club.
Also in the 2000s, the actress had performances in the feature films Crazy Little Thing, Prime, Failure to Launch, Save the Last Dance 2, and Hard Luck. In the 2010s, Dollar had one-time roles in Ugly Betty, The Good Wife, Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Weeds, and 666 Park Avenue. In 2015, she became known for starring as Holly Dale in Battle Creek. As of 2020, she stars as Rose Monreaux in the new series Filthy Rich, which airs on Fox Network. Her other film roles were in See Girl Run and One Small Hitch.
Aubrey Dollar stays in great shape as she nears her 40s. Despite aging coming into play, the actress manages to maintain her healthy weight, not to mention her youthful glow. Interestingly, she doesn’t have any diet tricks or secrets. She keeps it simple as a matter of fact. She doesn’t believe in strict dieting in order to stay slim. Instead, she keeps her diet clean and nutritious and portion control of food reasonable. Her meals usually consist of white meat, fish, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.