India Eisley, the daughter of actress Olivia Hussey and vocalist/drummer David Glen Eisley, first got her acting career rolling when she appeared uncredited in the 2003 Italian production "Madre Teresa." The movie, which was made for television, was a fact-based biographical account of the celebrated Catholic nun, played by Hussey, and her caring for the poor and sick in Calcutta, India. A couple of years later, Eisley starred with her mother again in the horror movie "Headspace," about a disturbed drifter who ends up housesitting for a wealthy couple and suffers from horrendous headaches. A group of doctors begin studying him and their new patient starts exhibiting exceptional mental powers--then people start dying. Her role on the ABC Family television series "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" as the sarcastic monotone-voiced Ashley Juergens, sister to the main character, was her biggest role to date. Eisley made her feature film debut in "Underworld: Awakening," the fourth movie in the action dark fantasy series, playing the vampire/werewolf hybrid Subject Two, the daughter of the vampire Selene (played by Kate Beckinsale) and Lycan Michael. Eisley landed the role after she was spotted in a coffee shop by star Beckinsale and her husband Len Wiseman, who directed the first two entries.