Aubrey Peeples Bio, Age, Songs, Sharknado, Eric Andre, Net Worth

Aubrey Peeples is an American actress and singer best known for the role of Layla Grant in Nashville and for playing the lead role in Jem and the Holograms.

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Aubrey Peeples Biography

Aubrey Peeples ( Aubrey Shea Peeples) is an American actress and singer best known for playing the role Layla Grant in the ABC drama series Nashville and for playing the leading role in the musical fantasy film, Jem and the Holograms (2015). She was named one of the best actors under the age of Indiewire.

Aubrey Peeples Age

Shea was born on November 27, 1993, in Lake Mary, Florida, U.S.

Aubrey Peeples Height

He is of average height – he stands at a height of 1.6 m.Aubrey Peeples Photo

Aubrey Peeples Parents

Shea was born an raised by his parents Ashley Peeples and Wendy Peeples in Lake Mary, Florida. Her younger sister’s name is Ally. Her passion for acting began at a young age as she performed with the Orlando Repertory Theatre for 10 years. She attended Lake Mary Preparatory School where she was valedictorian in her graduating class of 2012. Shea deferred entry twice at the Harvard University, the second twice in order to take on her role on Nashville.

Aubrey Peeples Boyfriend | Dating

Aubrey Peeples character in the TV arrangement Nashville is a pitiful one where her character weds her significant other and after that gets separated. Aubrey’s character demonstrates a pitiful romantic tale however the equivalent can’t be said in her reality. Aubrey off screen is an all-around sprightly individual who has a beautiful relationship. Her dating affair is very much like a fairy tale and is openly visible for the public to see. She is in a relationship with Daniel Donato. Their relationship is widely visible on their Instagram account. The two seem to be so deeply in love with each other, she even calls her boyfriend “Bear”.
Previously, she was in a relationship with Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, and Peter Facinelli.


She was featured in Drop Dead Diva, Burn Notice, Austin & Ally, Grey’s Anatomy as well as a recurring role on Necessary Roughness. She played a major recurring role when she played Layla Grant, a runner-up in a reality singing competition and rising country star in season 2 of the ABC drama series Nashville. In season 4, she was promoted to regular status for Nashville and however, she did not return for the show’s fifth season when Nashville moved to CMT. She then cast a lead role in the 2014 romantic musical fantasy comedy-drama film Jem and the Holograms. She then co-starred in the crime thriller Rage opposite Nicolas Cage.

Aubrey Peeples Movies


  • Locating Silver Lake as Talya
  • A Conversation: Anne Frank Meets God as Anne Frank
  • Decadeless as Gertie


  • Heartthrob as Sam
  • Cowboy Drifter as Tanner Wilde


  • Jem and the Holograms as Jem / Jerrica Benton


  • Rage as Caitlin Maguire

Television Shows | Lifetime Movie


  • Death of a Cheerleader as Bridget Moretti


  • Recovery Road as Harper


  • Star-Crossed as Rochelle


  • Nashville as Layla Grant


  • Grey’s Anatomy as Girlfriend
  • The Good Mother as Kate
  • Sharknado as Claudia Shepard
  • The Eric Andre Show as Herself


  • Austin & Ally as Cassidy


  • Necessary Roughness as Winter


  • Charlie’s Angels as Sarah Daniels
  • Burn Notice as Sophie Resnick


  • Drop Dead Diva as Madison Thomas


  • Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective as Daniella

Aubrey Peeples Songs | Music

  • A Life That’s Good
  • Too Far From You
  • It All Slows Down
  • I Found a Way
  • Soul Survivor
  • We Got Heart
  • Youngblood
  • Caged Bird
  • I’m Still Here
  • Tell Me
  • If Your Heart Can Handle It
  • Alone Together

Aubrey Peeples Nashville Songs

  • “What If I Was Willing”
  • “Can’t Get It Right”
  • “A Life That’s Good”
  • “Ball and Chain”
  • “This Town”
  • “Trouble Is”
  • “Playin’ Tricks”
  • “Why Can’t I Say Goodnight”
  • “Tell Me”
  • “Wayfaring Stranger” (A Cappella)
  • “Share with You”
  • “How You Learn to Live Alone”
  • “Can’t Say No to You”

Aubrey Peeples Net Worth

From her career, she has accumulated an estimated net worth of around $3 million. She makes an average of $750 thousand per year. Her main sources of income come from “Sharknado”, “Nashville”, “Star-Crossed” and “Recovery Road”.She owns multiple cars like 2019 BMW 230 and2018 Audi A3 which are both priced at  $43,000. She also owns a big house in the Bay Area, Los Angeles. Her 2444 square feet area house consists of 3 bedrooms and 2 washrooms. Her career makes her live luxuriously.

Aubrey Peeples Nashville

She stars as Layla Grant, a runner-up in a singing competition and a new singer in Nashville who is a new rival for Juliette. She gets dropped from the mark, after her single tanks, however, she hits up a sentiment with Will, and they, in the long run, get ready for marriage. She is a member in an unscripted TV drama including her and Will and their looming pre-marriage ceremony.

Aubrey Peeples Eric Andre Show

Eric Andre tries to host a talk show in a bizarre environment, where he is sometimes the player of pranks and sometimes the victim. He starred as himself in 41 series as from 2012 to 2016.

Aubrey Peeples 2019

She starred in the 2019 film Death of a Cheerleader where she starred as Bridget Moretti, a shy student at Hollybrook High. She needs to be prominent by becoming friends with rich and pretty Kelly Locke who drives the school’s most renowned gathering, the Bobettes. Subsequent to being acknowledged into the gathering, Bridget attempts to promote her ubiquity by experimenting with as a team promoter and applying for a school office position however is crushed in the wake of being left behind for both.

Aubrey Peeples Interview

Jem and The Holograms’ Aubrey Peeples

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From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day?
For breakfast, probably some sort of smoothie or smoothie bowl with a bunch of vegetables blended in that I magically can’t taste at all. I normally make a smoothie bowl with lots of bananas and strawberries, a scoop of vegan protein powder, some spinach, and coconut or cashew milk as the base, topped with strawberry halves, chia seeds, shredded coconut, and some drizzled peanut butter. For lunch, some sort of vegan burrito bowl or salmon, couscous and veggies. For dinner, I’m a sucker for sushi and ramen. I try to do two meals a day vegan or vegetarian, but the main thing stopping me from making it to three is sushi. For snacks, I’ll do pumpkin seeds, apples, granola, or hummus. And for dessert, obviously chocolate cake. When it comes to dessert I tend to have no rules. Same with my Mom’s spaghetti.
What are your morning and nightly beauty routines?
I usually take a shower in the morning and I try to take a bath most nights. I wash with African Black Soap and use Living Proof shampoo and conditioner. I only wash my hair maybe every three days. If I’m too busy to shower before sleeping or going about my day, I wash my face with tea tree oil products. When I take a bath, I add a few scoops of coconut oil to the water. At night, I use Quench by Kate Somerville and then Kiehl’s facial moisturizer. And that’s really about it. I rarely wear makeup in my everyday life, or “do” my hair. I keep it simple. I’ll put on some mineral powder and mascara if I’m feeling fancy. If I have a performance, I use Armani liquid foundation.
Were you inspired by the original Jem and The Holograms? How so?
There are many layers to that question, for me. Of course, the series completely inspires the movie – and of course all the messages of empowerment and being okay with who you inspire me personally – but what inspired me most about Jem was the process of shooting it. Working with Jon [M. Chu] and everyone on this project was such a collaborative and creative experience and it has been very special being surrounded by so much passion.
Something surprising about the movie we don’t already know
The guy who plays Erica’s assistant, Justin Alastair, was an extra, but the director and writer (and everyone) loved him and decided to give him apart. They even let him ad lib and make up his own lines.
What’s your favorite part of being on Nashville?
As cheesy as it is, the music. Being on the show and in the city has taught me so much about music and through that, about myself. It’s such a special project to be a part of.