After captivating audiences and critics alike with her powerful, dynamic portrayal of drug addicted, washed-up childhood star 'Adrianna' on the CW's new hit series "90210", Jessica Lowndes (pronounced Lounds) is turning heads at breakneck speed. At only 19 years of age, the Canadian born actress demonstrates a maturity, intensity and onscreen presence beyond her years.
She was discovered in 2005 by the producers of Showtime's anthology series "Masters of Horror", after landing the starring role of 'Peggy' in Tobe Hooper's apocalyptic offering to the series, "Dance of the Dead". Jessica finished high school and soon moved to Hollywood to improve her talent and pursue her vocation.
Jessica will make her theatrical film debut on October 31, 2008 in the horror film "The Haunting of Molly Hartley" (formerly titled "She Lived"). An aspiring singer-songwriter, her song "Goodbye" was featured prominently in an episode of the CBS TV Series "Moonlight". Furthermore, she currently recurs as 'Mandi' on the popular ABC series "Greek" as she continues to cast an intriguingly dark shadow on the sun-soaked, upper-crust paradise of Beverly Hills on "90210".