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Aasha Davis is best known for her role as 'Waverly Grady' on 'Friday Night Lights,' and starring opposite Adepero Oduye in the critically acclaimed film 'Pariah.' On tonight's episode of 'Dateline,' however, the actress shares a very personal story that concludes with the conviction of her brother-in-law for her sister's murder.