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Also Known As: Azura Dawn Storozynski Died:
Born: November 8, 1981 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Northridge, California, USA Profession: actor

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With her raven hair, porcelain skin and deep blue eyes, Azura Skye, perennially clad in black and gray as the jaded Jane in The WB's "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" (1999-2000) stood apart from her castmates. Quite convincing as an oddly beautiful but appropriately awkward New York City teenager, she was the only cast member still in her teens on this high-school set show. Skye's Jane was enjoyably acerbic and often exasperated, undoubtedly from dealing with fellow characters Jack (her cocky fraternal twin), Zoe (her spunky but scattered best friend) and Duncan (the resident dim bulb). Likened to "Seinfeld" due to its NYC setting, droll humor and over-the-top characters, "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" was not picked up for The WB's 1999 fall schedule, but was revamped to return in 1999-2000's midseason.

With her raven hair, porcelain skin and deep blue eyes, Azura Skye, perennially clad in black and gray as the jaded Jane in The WB's "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" (1999-2000) stood apart from her castmates. Quite convincing as an oddly beautiful but appropriately awkward New York City teenager, she was the only cast member still in her teens on this high-school set show. Skye's Jane was enjoyably acerbic and often exasperated, undoubtedly from dealing with fellow characters Jack (her cocky fraternal twin), Zoe (her spunky but scattered best friend) and Duncan (the resident dim bulb). Likened to "Seinfeld" due to its NYC setting, droll humor and over-the-top characters, "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" was not picked up for The WB's 1999 fall schedule, but was revamped to return in 1999-2000's midseason.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Factory, The (2013)
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 One Missed Call (2008)
4.
 20 Years After (2008)
5.
7.
 Heaven's Fall (2006)
8.
9.
 Sexual Life (2005) Lorna
10.
 Carolina (2004)
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1984:
Began acting in community theater at age three
1992:
Toured Europe with the Santa Monica Playhouse theater group at age 11
1997:
Featured in the Showtime movie "Horton Foote's Alone"
1997:
First TV appearance on the show "Total Security"
1998:
Appeared in the ABC children's mystery movie "R.L. Stine's Ghosts of Fear Street" as an insect enthusiast
1998:
Played a young runaway in the CBS movie "Cab to Canada"
1999:
TV series debut as Jane in "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane" (The WB)
1999:
Made big screen debut with an appearance in Ron Howard's "EDtv"
2000:
Had a featured role in "28 Days," starring and produced by Sandra Bullock
2002:
Played Iris, the titular character, in the ABC TV-movie, "Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister"
2003:
Played Susie Keaton in four episodes of "CSI: Miami" (CBS)
2005:
Appeared in "The Wendell Baker Story" written and directed by Luke Wilson
2006:
Acted in "Wristcutters: A Love Story"
2008:
Cast in the American remake of the Japanese film, "One Missed Call"
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Education

Brentwood School: Brentwood , California -

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grandfather:
Brad Johnson. Actor. Starred as Lofty Craig on the 1950s Western series "Annie Oakley".

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