Aubrey Dollar Biography
Birth Name: Aubrey Dollar
Dollar made a memorable impression as the anxiety-ridden Marcy Bender on a few episodes of "Dawson's Creek" (Fox, 1997-2003), then landed guest spots on the short-lived road trip drama "Going to California" (Showtime, 2001-02) and the equally brief Richard Dreyfuss sitcom "The Education of Max Bickford" (CBS, 2001-02). After more small roles in "Amy and Isabelle" (ABC, 2000-01) and "Trapped: Buried Alive" (Pax TV, 2002), she finally secured her share of the spotlight with a regular role on "Point Pleasant" (Fox, 2004-05), a supernatural drama about a mysterious girl (Elisabeth Harnois) who washes onto the beach of an upper-crust community and is reluctantly taken into the home of a local doctor, only to later reveal that she is the spawn of a mortal woman and Satan. Dollar made the jump to features, landing small parts in "Prime" (2005) and "Failure to Launch" (2006), before returning to regular series work with a leading role on "Women's Murder Club" (ABC, 2007- ), a spunky drama about four professional women - a journalist (Dollar), detective (Angie Harmon), Assistant DA (Laura Harris) and medical examiner (Paula Newsome) - who join forces to hunt down serial killers in San Francisco.