Actress Azura Skye took her premier cinematic bows during her late teens, and tended to play against her straight-laced appearance by essaying a series of consistently quirky and offbeat roles. She was memorable as a drug addict alongside Sandra Bullock in 28 Days (2000), played one of Cinderella's "beautiful" half-siblings in the revisionist small-screen fairy-tale update Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister (2002), and then signed for a small part in Goran Dukic's darkly comic romance Wristcutters: A Love Story (2006).
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Her parents are gemologists, and named after the semi-precious mineral azurite.
- Began acting in local theater as a child.
- Trained with the Santa Monica Playhouse as a teenager.
- First on-camera role was in the Showtime movie Alone at the age of 15.