Jessica Lowndes made her acting debut in the 2005 TV movie Saving Milly, appearing alongside Bruce Greenwood. After a few television guest appearances she booked a recurring role in the ABC Family series Greek. This led to her being cast in the CW's 90210, as Adrianna. She also appeared in films such as The Haunting of Molly Hartley and Altitude.
Jessica Lowndes isn't exactly a household name, but her steady gig playing teen mother and former drug addict Adrianna Tate-Duncan on 90210 means she's not leaving the public eye anytime soon. Gigs on TV shows have catapulted tons of young starlets to the A-list, most recently with Blake Lively and, more famously, with women like Jennifer Aniston and Oscar winner Helen Hunt. It's too soon to tell whether or not Lowndes will make it in Hollywood, but, fortunately, she has a burgeoning music career to fall back on.
Lowndes completed her first EP when she was age 16 and living in Vancouver, Canada where she was discovered by the producers of Showtime's series "Masters of Horror" in 2005. Lowndes soon moved to Los Angeles and her acting career took off. On "90210", Lowndes provides her own vocals for all of the songs she sings and she independently produced several of the tracks heard on "90210" (including "Haven't Been Drinkin'" and "Stamp Of Love"). Her song "Goodbye" was featured prominently in an episode of "Moonlight."