Glamour Magazine Interviews Ashley Greene


Ashley Greene, 24, is beginning to see a future beyond Alice Cullen. Yes, the second-to-last Twilight installment will be released this fall, but she’s also starring in a new comedy, Butter, in theaters later this year—and she’s got quite a thing going on with her non-vampire boyfriend, Joe Jonas. She talks with writer Josh Patner about what’s next. [Editor’s note: Five days after this issue went to press, Greene and Jonas announced their split. Greene has declined to comment to Glamour about the breakup.]


You know her from

The Twilight Movies

Look for her next in


The Apparition

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 1


GLAMOUR: How do you define the rest of your career after being part of this huge Twilight phenomenon so early on?


ASHLEY GREENE: It is difficult because people look at you as that character. I want to play a role of a 24-year-old woman, not 17-year-old girls. So I have picked a couple of films like Butter to show that. And it’s perfectly fine not to do anything for a year if I don’t find the right thing.


GLAMOUR: To have a career like yours, you have to be professional. You have to be in control.


ASHLEY GREENE: You have to try. I am certainly not perfect. I don’t think you should try to be perfect for anyone. When you come to terms with that, then you’re OK.


GLAMOUR: Let’s just talk about life offscreen. Tell me about your charity work.


ASHLEY GREENE: I work with a charity called Donate My Dress. It’s got chapters all over the country where you can donate special-occasion dresses. Prom is a big deal when you’re 15 years old, and it enables girls who don’t have the money to come in and choose something special.


GLAMOUR: That’s lovely. Your parents must be so proud.


ASHLEY GREENE: The only thing they ever wanted was for me to do what I wanted to. They are very proud because it’s a hard thing to not let Hollywood change you.


GLAMOUR: Have you always been a hard worker?


ASHLEY GREENE: Oh, man, I have had so many jobs. I always wanted to work, earn my own money. When I was 14, I convinced a dry-cleaning company to hire me. I was working to buy the things that I wanted.


Read more at Glamour.


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Comment by Alice Cullen Hale on March 29, 2011 at 11:07pm
Love you Ashley!!! xoxox


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