LOS ANGELES (April 27, 2015) – Actress AURELIA SCHEPPERS is the alluring beauty that rising country singer Ashley Clark romantically aches for in his new music video, “Greyhound.”
The newly released video stars Scheppers as the lost love Clark is desperately longing to find once again. Directed by Declan Whitebloom, the video highlights the passion and heartache in a storyline that finds Clark heading from the country to the city, on his horse, to track down the woman he loves.
Scheppers’ captivating looks and genuine charm proved a perfect match for the heartfelt message of the song. The tender lyrics include: "I really need to hold you close, let you know this is real what I feel, I don't want no one else after all we've been through, I wanna tell you I love you." The song was produced by the legendary Mutt Lang and released by Capitol Records and I.R.S. Nashville Records.
Scheppers jumped at the chance to help Clark share his first solo single with fans, explaining “Ashley (Clark) is an incredible musician and artist. His voice is so smooth and soothing it gave me chills when I heard him sing live on set. I hope I get the pleasure of working with Ashley again in the future.”
This natural beauty has been delivering solid performances in a variety of projects for some time. Currently, Scheppers can be seen as Candy LaRue, starring in the comedy series “The Startup” on FunnyOrDie.com, alongside actors Peter Shinkoda (Falling Skies, Daredevil), Parvesh Cheena (A to Z, Outsourced) and James Kyson (Heroes). The talented actress will also appear in the upcoming thriller “The Hive,” hitting select theaters next year.
Previously, Scheppers has appeared on numerous network television shows, including episodes of “Parenthood,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and “The Young and the Restless.” She had a supporting lead role in the Lifetime television movie "Expecting Amish," alongside Jesse McCartney, A.J. Michalka, Jean Luc Bilodeau and Alyson Stoner. She has also starred in countless music videos, most recently the action-packed short/music video titled “Star Track” for DJ Smash, which was directed by renowned VFX specialist Aaron Sims; and Hedley’s “Heaven in Our Headlights” directed by Jacob Hoggard and Matt Leaf, which reached number #1 on the Much Music Video Countdown and MTV Canada.
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