11 Facts About Ashley Judd

1.

Oliver Stone, who had seen Ashley Judd in Nunez's film, cast her in Natural Born Killers.

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2.

In 2011, Ashley Judd co-starred with Patrick Dempsey in the film Flypaper.

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3.

In 2014, Ashley Judd was the narrator of the documentary film about Turkish preacher Fethullah Gulen, Love is a Verb, directed by Terry Spencer Hesser.

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4.

In December 1999, Ashley Judd became engaged to Dario Franchitti, a Scottish racing driver who competed in Championship Auto Racing Teams.

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5.

In 2011, Ashley Judd released her memoir All That is Bitter and Sweet, in which she discusses her life from adolescence to adulthood.

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6.

At the Women in the World summit in April 2019, Ashley Judd addressed Georgia's six-week abortion ban, which had been passed in March 2019.

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7.

In 2009, she appeared in a one-minute video advertisement for the Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund, in which Ashley Judd condemned Alaska governor Sarah Palin for supporting aerial wolf hunting.

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8.

In 2010, Ashley Judd signed the Animal Legal Defense Fund's petition to urge Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to protect that state's homeless animals through tough enforcement of Kentucky's Humane Shelter Law.

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9.

On October 29,2006, Ashley Judd appeared at a "Women for Ford" event for Democratic Tennessee Senate candidate Harold Ford Jr.

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10.

On July 26,2016, Ashley Judd attended a Creative Coalition luncheon in support of DC Statehood that took place during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

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11.

In January 2020, Ashley Judd endorsed Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren in her run for the presidency.

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