Ruby Modine Biography
Ruby Modine, real name, Ruby Wylder Rivera Modine, is an American actress, singer and dancer born July 31, 1990 in Los Angeles. She is best known for playing Sierra Morton in Shameless, and co-starring in the 2017 slasher film Happy Death Day and its sequel as Lori Spengler.
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Ruby is 28 years old born July 31, 1990.
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Ruby is the daughter of Caridad Rivera, a makeup and wardrobe stylist, and actor Matthew Modine. She has a brother Boman, who is an assistant director for films.
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Happy Death Day is a 2017 American black comedy slasher film directed by and written by Christopher Landon, Scott Lobdell. It stars Jessica Rothe, Modine and Israel Broussard. Jason Blum produced the film through his banner of Blumhouse Productions. Digital Riot Media and Vesuvius Productions are also associated with the film. It follows a college student who is murdered on her birthday and repeatedly begins to relive the day, where she sets out to find the killer and stop her death. She played as Lori.
Ruby Modine Movies & TV Series
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|2017||Happy Death Day||Lori Spengler|
|2008||Mia and the Migoo||Girl on Bridge (voice)|
|TBA||My Love Affair with Marriage||Nina (voice)|
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Modine has been in a relationship with Cameron Monaghan (2016 – 2017). Currently, She is single.
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Shameless is an American comedy-drama television series developed by John Wells on January 9, 2011, which debuted on Showtime. It is an adaptation of the same name British series by Paul Abbott and features a cast ensemble led by William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum. The show is set in Chicago’s South Side and filmed all over the city, as well as in Los Angeles. She played the role of Sierra.
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Film News Roundup: Ruby Modine Returns for ‘Happy Death Day 2’ (EXCLUSIVE)
In today’s film news roundup, Modine reprises her villain role in the “Happy Death Day” sequel, Passionflix has cast its leads for “Driven,” and Breaking Glass sets a June release for LGBTQ story “Hooked.”
Modine has signed on to reprise her role as Lori Spengler in Blumhouse Productions’ thriller sequel “Happy Death Day 2” opposite Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Suraj Sharma, and Sarah Yarkin.
Modine, daughter of Matthew Modine, broke out as part of the cast of Showtime’s “Shameless” in 2016, then scored the role in director Christopher Landon’s “Happy Death Day” as a nursing student at Bayfield University and its campus hospital.
Landon wrote the original script, which he directs. John Baldecchi and Angela Mancuso serve as executive producers. Jason Blum returns as producer with Ryan Turek as co-producer.
“Happy Death Day 2” starts shooting in New Orleans in two weeks. Modine is represented by Gersh.
Olivia Applegate and Casey Deidrick have been tapped to star in Passionflix’s latest film “Driven,” adapted from K. Bromberg’s eponymous novel, Variety has learned exclusively.
Production has launched in Los Angeles with exclusive distribution on the newly minted, romance-only OTT platform in late summer. Tosca Musk directs, with Jina Panebianco producing and Joany Kane adapting for the screen.
Applegate starred in Terrence Malick’s “Song to Song.” Diedrick has credits in “Teen Wolf” and “Days of Our Lives.”
Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to writer/director Max Emerson’s LGBTQ story “Hooked,” Variety has learned exclusively.
The film will open theatrically in Los Angeles on June 1, followed by a DVD and VOD release on June 5. The film stars Laura Austin, Conor Donnally, and Jay Alan Christianson and is produced by Melissa D. Llewellyn.
“Hooked” follows an 18-year-old hustler Jack and his boyfriend, Tom. Matt, a married man who hasn’t come out of the closet, decides to take Jack from NYC to Miami with the intention of helping him before it’s too late.
A percentage of the profits from the film will be donated to non-profits and partner organizations to support the homeless LGBTQ youth demographic. Partner organizations include the Ali Forney Center, the Los Angeles LGBT Center, Albert Kennedy Trust, Lost and Found, and GLAAD.
“It’s apparent that LGBTQ kids need a place they can go to be safe…to find guidance from people who actually identity with the things they are going through,” said Emerson. “It’s not special treatment, it’s a necessity.”