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Adrienne is currently working on several new projects. Check back soon for the latest details.
Adrienne will be playing Captain Lexxa Singh, leader of the Renegades, and descendant of Khan, in the new Star Trek series Star Trek: Renegades. Principal photography has wrapped and Renegades is set for a 2015 release.
Check out the press release for more information.
Watch the teaser trailer.
Season 4 of the award winning Pretty the Series features Adrienne as a series regular. This web series is set in the hilarious world of beauty pageants and will premiere in 2015.
Visit the official site for more information.
Playing Tammy Idalis, Adrienne will guest star in About a Boy in the episode "About a Boy Becoming a Man," also featuring Minnie Driver, David Walton, Benjamin Stockham, Al Madrigal, Greg Germann, and Zach Timson. It premieres on Jan 13, 2015 on NBC.
Adrienne will be appear in Star Trek Continues, a fan-produced original series continuation.
Adrienne reunites with Zoe Bell and Tracie Thoms in the new fight feature film Raze, where women are abducted by an elite, secret society and forced to fight for their lives.
It is now in select theatres and available for download from iTunes in the United States. It is also available On Demand and to rent from Amazon Instant Video.
For more information, watch the trailer, read the New York Times review and visit the Official Site.
Burning Dog is a double-crossing heist film shot in a way you've never seen. Adrienne plays Julie - the female lead and unexpected mastermind. Cast includes: Salvator Xuereb, Greg Grunberg, Chris Butler, Matt Bushell, Eddie Jemison, Johnny Dowers and it is directed by Trey Batchelor.
Adrienne plays Lieutenant Ara Eris in the new sci-fi webseries Nobility, that follows the dysfunctional crew of the most powerful ship in all of Earthdom. The series is described as Firefly meets The Office.
Find out more at the official site.
Adrienne plays Heather in a juicy guest spot on the new Kelsey Grammar/Martin Lawrence sitcom Partners on FX. The series premieres on Monday, August 4, 2014.
The pilot for Bump & Grind is similar in style to Entourage, but from the perspective of women in the entertainment business. Adrienne plays Wendy Thom, an entertainment journalist who works for Vanity Fair magazine. Written and directed by Kathleen Kinmont.
The short film Broken Things features Adrienne Wilkinson as Annie, a homicide detective. The film is directed by Renée O'Connor and is being pitched a series.
Adrienne will appear in the dramedy web series, Sidetracked, alongside Tracie Thoms, Jason E. Kelley, Jim Holdridge, and E.D. Brown.
Adrienne participated in TJ Scott's In the Tub photography book with proceeds going to breast cancer research at UCLA's Jonsson cancer center. Buy it on Amazon.
In the pilot for the dramatic series Frequency Adrienne plays Evaline, a waitress in a diner in 1938, who is trying to survive impossible circumstances. Her only friend is the African American cook who she is not allowed to publically speak to because of race relations at the time. Also starring Kevin Daniels and Jeremy Ratchford.
Adrienne recently shot the film Cyril, a drama that co-stars Jamie McShane.
Adrienne will be shooting the comedy film Gangbusters, in which two moronic talent agents need to find the next big star in order to save their business and keep their jobs, later this year.
Adrienne has launched her new project From the Mouths of Babes.
Adrienne plays Missy Blue, the female lead in the film The American Failure, which just debuted at the Cannes Film Festival.
See Adrienne in the Emmy award winning web series Venice. Season 4 is currently airing. Check out the Official Site for the latest.
No stranger to the Star Wars universe, Adrienne can be found in the new multiplayer online role-playing game The Old Republic as several different characters. For more information, visit the Official Site.
Check out a clip of one of Adrienne's characters.
Adrienne plays multiple roles in the radio series Suspense, which airs weekly on Sirius XM and in 150 other stations worldwide. Suspense is a revival of the 1962 radio anthology series of the same name. You can also buy the episodes from the Blue Hours Productions website and Audible.
Adrienne lent her voice once more to Star Wars universe in the Cartoon Networks' Star Wars: The Clone Wars series, as the personification of the Light side of the Force. Her character, Daughter, appears in the episodes "Overlord," "Altar of Mortis," and "Ghosts of Mortis".
Adrienne recently worked on the ABC pilot Freshmen.
Adrienne voices the lead character Mina Tang in Sega's latest RPG, Alpha Protocol. The game is available for XBox 360, Playstation 3, and PC platforms.
Adrienne stars as Carol Anderson in Reflections, which will be available on DVD soon, but is currently making the rounds on the film festival circuit, with 16 award wins and numerous nominations (including Adrienne's Best Actress win at the Beverly Hills Shorts Festival, a Best Actress win at the Big Easy Shorts Festival, an Honorable Mention Best Actress at the Long Island International Film Expo, and a nomination for Best Actress at the Action On Film Festival) under its belt. For more information on Reflections, visit:
Reflections at IMDb
Also, be sure to check out the trailer and song, "My Own Little World," written by Michael Mullholland, and sung by Adrienne as the theme song of the film.
Adrienne stars as Jedi Maris Brood in the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video game franchise, which chronicles the events between Episode III and Episode IV.
Be sure to keep an eye out for the new "What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas" themed commercial that Adrienne recently filmed.