|Portrayed by:||Karina Logue|
|First appearance:|| The Truth (mentioned)|
A Danger to Himself and Others (physical)
|Latest appearance:|| A Danger to Himself and Others (physical)|
Goodnight, Mother (hallucination)
Visiting Hours (mentioned)
|Born:||May 3, 1979|
|Relatives:|| Emma Decody (daughter)|
Kate Massett (granddaughter)
|Significant Other/s:|| Will Decody (ex-husband)|
Audrey was first mentioned when Emma told Norma that she had left her when she was a child as she found herself unable to care for Emma due to her illness. (The Truth)
While waiting for news of Emma at the hospital in Portland, Dylan overheard a woman asking the receptionist for Emma and she then sat down opposite him, before he realized she was Emma's mother. However, Will was none too happy to see her when she told him she had flown all the way to see her sick daughter and asked her to leave. She later took up a room at the motel hoping to persuade Norma to pass along a gift to Emma but when Norma realized who she was she told her to pack her bags and leave.
Later, while Norma was out, Norman answered the door in her robe and invited Audrey in for some tea. She showed a teddy that she wanted to give to Emma, but Norman in his "Mother" persona got angry at Audrey for having abandoned her daughter and strangled her with a scarf. (A Danger to Himself and Others)
As Norman washed up before breakfast he had visions of Norma dragging Audrey's body down to the basement and placing it in the freezer. As she shut it Audrey's eyes opened and Norma slammed the door shut, sitting on the freezer. However, when Norman later went down to the basement to look in the freezer, the body was missing. Norma later had a vision of Audrey's body being buried in the pit but when she trudged through the murky waters she found nothing except for a glove. (Goodnight, Mother)
Following the discovery of Jim Blackwell's body and an unidentified body in the lake, dental records proved that the latter was that of Audrey. The sheriff informed Dylan of the discovery and later told Norman that he was being formally charged with both murders. (The Body)
- Although referred to mainly as Audrey Ellis, she is also called Audrey Decody, despite being divorced from Will Decody. In addition, her name is given as Audrey Ellis Decody on the coroner's report at the preliminary hearing for Norman Bates.