Ashley Madison was born on June 6, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is a Gemini and has the full name of Ashley Madison Myrick. She is a famous American actress and is 5' 9" (175 cm) in height. Her biggest claim to fame is dating Hollywood actor James Woods. She has also dated Robert Shack.
Ashley Madison entered Hollywood showbiz in 2005. In that year she appeared as herself in “Las Vegas Garden of Love” as the Principle Bride in the commercial. In 2005 she also starred in “The Indie Pendant” in a minor role as a “Model Girlfriend” and in “Buckaroo: the Movie” as Jenny.
In 2006, Ashley Madison landed a role in a single episode of Entourage as Tiffany in the first episode of the third series. In 2007, she made an appearance as a “Sexy Jogger” in a movie called “Pocket Girl: Pretty Cool Too!”. She made two appearances as the character Britney Forrest on a crime drama TV show called Shark which also starred James Woods. She first appeared on 23rd November 2006 in an episode called “Dial M for Monica” in series one, episode 9 and on February 22, 2007 in season 1 episode 16.
In December 2009, Ashley Madison attempted to purchase $200,000 worth of advertising on Toronto Transit Commission streetcars. The plan was rejected after five of the six committee members voted against it. If approved, 10 streetcars would have been skinned with Ashley Madison's slogan "Life is short. Have an affair". The TTC commissioner showed displeasure in the ads stating, "When it's a core fundamental value around cheating or lying, we're not going to let those kinds of ads go on".After the deal was rejected, Biderman offered to subsidize ticket prices by 25 cents if the deal went through. This would have reduced the ticket rate to $2.50. The TTC's refusal to take Ashley Madison advertising was made more controversial after the February 2010 admission by the Chair of the TTC, Adam Giambrone, that he himself had several times cheated on his long-time girlfriend. The admission caused Giambrone to cancel a planned campaign for mayor of Toronto but has not changed the TTC's policy on the ads.