Alisha Boe

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Alisha Boe

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Alisha Boe
Born Alisha Bø[1]
(1997-03-06) March 6, 1997 (age 20)
Oslo, Norway
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2008-present
Height 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)

Alisha Boe (born Alisha Bø;[1] 6 March 1997) is a Norwegian-Somali actress. She is known for portraying Jessica in the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why.

Career[edit]

Boe made her acting debut in 2008, when she landed a role of Child Lisa in a horror film, Amusement.[2] A year later she appeared in the film, He’s On My Mind, as Laci and in 2012 in Paranormal Activity 4 as Tara. In 2014, she guest-starred in two shows, in January as Tracy McCoy, Cameron Tucker’s student in Modern Family,[3][4] and in July, as Brynn Hendry in two episodes of the thriller show Extant.[5] In November 2014, she joined the cast of NBC‘s soap opera drama series Days of Our Lives in a recurring role of Daphne. She debuted on November 14, 2014.[6] In 2017 she played the role Jessica in the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.

Personal life[edit]

Boe was born in Norway to a Somali father and a Norwegian mother (from Trondheim)[1] in 1997. She later moved to New York City at the age of 3 in the year 2000.[7] She and her mother moved to Los Angeles when Alisha was seven years old because her mother married an American man. When she was in middle school she attended George Ellery Hale Middle School. While she was in high school she attended El Camino Real High School[citation needed] commonly known as ECR or Elco located in the Woodland Hills district of the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California where she attended their acclaimed drama program. Her high school was also known for their famous alumni actors who had also been enrolled in their drama program. She later dropped out of High School to pursue her acting career.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Amusement Child Lisa
2009 He’s On My Mind Laci
Plastic Makes Perfect! Brooke Short
2012 Paranormal Activity 4 Tara
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Trophy Wife Chelsea Trassen Episode: “Pilot”
2014 Modern Family Tracy McCoy Episode: “And One to Grow On”
Extant Brynn Hendy 2 episodes
2014–15 Days of Our Lives Daphne Recurring role
2015–16 Ray Donovan Janet Recurring role (4 episodes)
2015 NCIS Farrah Meyers Episode: “Viral”
2015 Casual Becca 6 episodes
2015–16 CSI: Cyber Grace Clarke Recurring role (3 episodes)
2016 Teen Wolf Gwen Recurring role (3 episodes)
2017 13 Reasons Why Jessica Davis Main role

Christina Ricci (UPDATE)

Christina Ricci

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Born (1980-02-12) February 12, 1980 (age 37)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) James Heerdegen (m. 2013)
Children 1

Christina Ricci (born February 12, 1980)[1] is an American actress.

Ricci began her career appearing in commercials and received early recognition as a child star.[2] Her debut performance in Mermaids (1990) was followed by a breakthrough role as Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family (1991) and its sequel Addams Family Values (1993) when she was eleven and thirteen years old, respectively.[3] Following her success with the Addams Family films, she earned something of a “teen icon” status thanks to appearances in various big budget productions, notably Now and Then (1995) and Casper (1995), which were marketed for younger audiences, before making a successful transition into adult-oriented roles with the art house drama The Ice Storm (1997), at the age of seventeen.[4][5][6]

Ricci continued acting in small-scale independent films such as Buffalo ’66 (1998) and The Opposite of Sex (1998), for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. She made a departure from independent cinema with Tim Burton‘s big-budget Gothic horror Sleepy Hollow (1999) and later received praise for her performance in the drama Monster (2003), portraying the girlfriend of a notorious female serial killer.[7][8] Although she has developed a reputation for being a prominent independent film actress, Ricci has appeared in many box office hits—to date, the films in which she has starred have amassed a gross in excess of $743 million.[9]

Ricci has also acted in various television productions. In 2006, she was nominated for an Emmy Award for her role as a paramedic in the ABC drama Grey’s Anatomy. From 2011 to 2012, she starred as a stewardess in the short-lived series Pan Am. In 2014, she starred in the titular role of the Lifetime show Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, marking a return to the darker roles she had generated attention for earlier in her career.[10] In 2015, she reprised the role in the limited series The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, chronicling the aftermath of the events that took place in the biopic.

Ricci married dolly grip James Heerdegen in October 2013 and gave birth to a son in August 2014.[11] She is also the national spokesperson for the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN).[12]

Early life[edit]

Ricci was born in Santa Monica, California, the fourth and youngest child of Sarah (née Murdoch), a real estate agent, and Ralph Ricci, a lawyer and group therapist.[1][13] Regarding her ancestry, Ricci has stated, “The Italian blood has been bred out of me. There’s an Italian four or five generations back who married an Irish woman and they had all sons. So they married more Irish women, there were more sons, and more Irish women. Now I’m basically Scots-Irish.”[14]

The family moved to Montclair, New Jersey, where she grew up attending Edgemont Elementary School, Glenfield Middle School, and Montclair High School, as well as the Morristown-Beard School.[15] After one year, she left the high school for the Professional Children’s School in New York City.[16] Her siblings are Rafael (born 1971), Dante (born 1974), and Pia (born 1976).[17][18] Ricci’s parents separated in 1993, when she was 13, and she has not spoken to her father since.[19] She has been vocal about her childhood in interviews, particularly her parents’ divorce and turbulent relationship with her father.

Career[edit]

Ricci at the Gramercy Park Hotel, 2007

A critic for the Bergen Record discovered Ricci at age eight in a school play (The Twelve Days of Christmas) at Edgemont School in Montclair, New Jersey. Another child was originally cast in the role, but Ricci got him to hit her and told on him; he lost the role to her as part of his punishment.[20] Ricci appeared in a couple of parody commercials in the late night sketch variety show Saturday Night Live. The first of these featured Ricci as a child at a birthday party in which medical waste fell out of a burst piñata, parodying the then-topical dumping of medical waste in the rivers of the United States’ east coast. This gained her her AFTRA card.[21]

Ricci’s big screen debut was in 1990’s Mermaids as Cher‘s character’s younger daughter. She also appears in the music video of the film’s soundtrack “The Shoop Shoop Song“. The following year, she starred as the morbidly precocious Wednesday Addams in the feature film adaptation of The Addams Family. She reprised the role for the film’s 1993 sequel, Addams Family Values. Both films were commercially successful, and critics singled out Ricci’s performance as being one of the highlights of the first film and its sequel.

Her next project, the live-action adaptation of Casper, was her first in a lead role. The feature received mixed critical reviews, but it was a success at the box office, being the year’s eighth highest-grossing film. Ricci then played the younger version of Rosie O’Donnell‘s character in the film “Now and Then”. Now and Then was another box office success, and received favorable comparisons to Stand by Me, being called “the female version” of the film.[22] She also starred in a handful of other films with teenage roles such as Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain and That Darn Cat. In 1997, Ricci began to appear in more adult roles, beginning with her performance as the troubled, sexually curious Wendy Hood in Ang Lee‘s critically acclaimed The Ice Storm.

Ricci subsequently appeared in films like the independent hit Buffalo ’66 (in which she played Vincent Gallo‘s unwitting abductee-turned-girlfriend), John WatersPecker, and Don RoosThe Opposite of Sex (as the acid-tongued, manipulative Dede). For her performance as Dede, Ricci won acclaim and was nominated for a Golden Globe. Although she missed out on an Academy Award nomination, Entertainment Weekly honored her well-received performance as one of the “Worst Oscar Snubs Ever”.[23]

Later films included Sleepy Hollow (alongside Johnny Depp), and Prozac Nation. She then starred opposite Charlize Theron in the film Monster; during Theron’s acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, she acknowledged Ricci, calling her the “unsung hero” of the film.[24] Ricci made a cameo appearance on Beck‘s successful album Guero, providing vocals on “Hell Yes“.[25] On December 4, 1999, she appeared as the guest host on Saturday Night Live. She performed parodies of Britney Spears and the Olsen twins. During one of her skits, she accidentally punched actress Ana Gasteyer in the face.

Ricci with Emile Hirsch in 2008 at the premiere of Speed Racer

In February 2006, Ricci made a guest appearance as a paramedic in the ABC drama Grey’s Anatomy, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.[26] She was a guest star for seven episodes in the last season of Ally McBeal in 2002 as Debbie ‘Liza’ Bump, a lawyer who works at Cage & Fish and marries Richard Fish in the last episode.[27]

In 2006, Ricci stated that she feels that at 5 ft 1 in (155 cm) she is “too short” to ever be an A-list actress, saying she tends “to look really small on camera”.[28] She has also said that she believes she does not have much control over her career, specifying that she still has to audition for film parts.[29]

Ricci’s 2007 film Black Snake Moan received mixed reviews, with Rotten Tomatoes tallying an overall score of 66 percent.[30] On the television program Ebert & Roeper, filmmaker Kevin Smith, filling in for Roger Ebert, described the film as the best of the year thus far and called it Ricci’s best performance.[citation needed] Richard Roeper also gave the film a “thumb up” rating. The film earned $4 million, putting it in eighth place for the highest earnings in its opening weekend.[31] For her role in Black Snake Moan, Ricci was required to lose several pounds and wore a 40 lb (18 kg) chain during filming.[32]

In 2006, Ricci starred in Penelope, a modern fairytale;[33] and in 2008 she played the female lead in the Wachowskis‘ feature film adaptation of Speed Racer. She also signed on for three episodes of TNT‘s crime drama Saving Grace during its second season.[34] Ricci played a young detective who temporarily partners with Grace, played by Holly Hunter.[35]

Ricci appeared with Liam Neeson and Justin Long in the psychological thriller After.Life which had a limited release on April 9, 2010. She made her Broadway debut as Mandy in Time Stands Still, resuming performances on September 23, 2010 at the Cort Theatre, alongside original cast members Laura Linney, Brian d’Arcy James and Eric Bogosian. She replaced Alicia Silverstone, who played the role of Mandy in its Manhattan Theater Club engagement.[36]

In September 2011, Ricci began a starring role in the ABC television series Pan Am, set in the 1960s. She returned to the stage in April 2012, playing Hermia in an off-Broadway revival of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.[37] In 2012, Ricci flew to Sydney to begin work on an Australian film called Around The Block. In January 2014, she starred in the title role of the Lifetime original movie “Lizzie Borden Took an Ax” in which she portrayed Lizzie Borden who was accused, tried, and ultimately acquitted of the murder of both her father and stepmother in the summer of 1892. A year later, she reprised the character in a limited series The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, also on Lifetime.[38]

Other ventures[edit]

Ricci is listed in several art publications as one of artist Mark Ryden‘s muses. Her image has appeared in over 10 of his oil paintings and numerous sketches.[39][40][41]

Charity work[edit]

Ricci is the National Spokesperson for the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN).[12][42]

Personal life[edit]

“It’s such a different world than it was when I was coming of age. I don’t know how these young people keep it together with all the demands on them with social media and the internet. I had normal growing pains and issues and it was difficult but not disastrous. But I feel like if I was trying to do that in this environment, the way that society is now, I would probably be a total disaster.”

— Ricci in June 2014[43]

Ricci began dating actor Owen Benjamin in 2008 after they met on the set of the film All’s Faire in Love. They became engaged in March 2009, but ended the engagement two months later.[44] In February 2013, Ricci announced her engagement to dolly grip James Heerdegen, whom she met while working on the series Pan Am in 2012.[45] They married on October 26, 2013 in Manhattan, New York.[46] They have a son named Freddie (born August 2014).[47]

After making the top of PETA‘s worst-dressed list[48] and receiving a letter from them, Ricci decided to give up wearing fur.[49]

Ricci has tattoos of a lion on her right shoulder blade (a reference to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, a favorite novel of hers as a youngster), an Edward Gorey figure on the inside of her right wrist, a pair of praying hands on her left hip (this tattoo was originally a bat), the name “Jack” on her right thigh for a deceased pet, a sparrow on her right breast, and a mermaid on her left ankle. She also had the words “Move or Bleed” on the left side of her rib cage, as well as a bouquet of sweet peas on her lower back.[50][51][52]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1990 Mermaids Kate Flax
1991 Hard Way, TheThe Hard Way Bonnie
1991 Addams Family, TheThe Addams Family Wednesday Addams
1993 Cemetery Club, TheThe Cemetery Club Jessica
1993 Addams Family Values Wednesday Addams
1995 Now and Then Roberta Martin
1995 Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain Beth Easton
1995 Casper Kathleen “Kat” Harvey Lead role
1996 Bastard Out of Carolina Dee Dee
1996 Last of the High Kings, TheThe Last of the High Kings Erin
1997 Little Red Riding Hood Little Red Riding Hood Short film
1997 That Darn Cat Patti Randall Lead role
1997 Ice Storm, TheThe Ice Storm Wendy Hood
1998 Buffalo ’66 Layla
1998 Opposite of Sex, TheThe Opposite of Sex Dede Truitt
1998 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Lucy
1998 Small Soldiers Gwendy Doll (voice)
1998 Pecker Shelley
1998 I Woke Up Early The Day I Died Teenage Hooker
1998 Desert Blue Ely Jackson
1999 200 Cigarettes Val
1999 No Vacancy Lillian
1999 Sleepy Hollow Katrina Van Tassel
2000 Bless the Child Cheri Post
2000 Man Who Cried, TheThe Man Who Cried Suzie
2001 All Over the Guy Rayna Wyckoff
2001 Prozac Nation Elizabeth Wurtzel
2002 Pumpkin Carolyn McDuffy
2002 Miranda Miranda
2003 Gathering, TheThe Gathering Cassie Grant
2003 Anything Else Amanda Chase
2003 I Love Your Work Shana
2003 Monster Selby Wall
2005 Cursed Ellie Myers
2006 Penelope Penelope Wilhern
2006 Black Snake Moan Rae Doole
2006 Home of the Brave Sarah Schivino
2008 Speed Racer Trixie
2008 New York, I Love You Camille Segment: “Shunji Iwai”
2009 All’s Faire in Love Kate
2009 After.Life Anna Taylor
2010 Alpha and Omega Lilly Voice role
2011 California Romanza Lena Short film
2011 Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star Kathy McGee
2012 Bel Ami Clotilde de Marelle
2012 War Flowers Sarabeth Ellis
2013 Smurfs 2, TheThe Smurfs 2 Vexy Voice role
2013 Around the Block Dino Chalmers
2014 The Hero of Color City Yellow Voice role
2016 Mothers and Daughters Rebecca
2017 Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Terra Voice role
 ? Eiga Tamagotchi to Fushigina Ehon Murachakitchi Japanese voice only

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1990 H.E.L.P. Olivia Episode: “Are You There, Alpha Centauri?”
1996 Simpsons, TheThe Simpsons Erin (voice) Episode: “Summer of 4 Ft. 2
1999 Saturday Night Live Host (Herself) Season 25, episode 7
2002 Laramie Project, TheThe Laramie Project Romaine Patterson HBO movie
2002 Malcolm in the Middle Kelly Episode: “Company Picnic: Part 1”
2002 Ally McBeal Liza Bump Recurring role (7 episodes)
2005 Joey Mary Teresa Episode: “Joey and the Fancy Sister”
2006 Grey’s Anatomy Hannah Davies Episodes: “It’s the End of the World“, “As We Know It
2009 Saving Grace Offcr. Abby Charles 3 episodes
2011–12 Pan Am Margaret “Maggie” Ryan Main role (14 episodes)
2012 Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife Therese Dodd Episode: “Anatomy of a Joke”
2014 Lizzie Borden Took an Ax Lizzie Borden Lifetime Network movie
2015 The Lizzie Borden Chronicles Lizzie Borden 8 episodes
2017 Z: The Beginning of Everything Zelda Fitzgerald 10 episodes
2017 Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Guest announcer Series 14 Episode 7

Other works[edit]

Music
Music videos
Video games
Audiobook[citation needed]
  • Gossip Girl – Narrator
  • Gossip Girl “You Know You Love Me” – Narrator

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated work Result
1991 Young Artist Awards Best Young Actress Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Mermaids Won
1996 Saturn Awards Best Performance by a Younger Actor[citation needed] Casper Won
1996 Young Artist Awards Best Young Leading Actress: Feature Film Casper Nominated
1998 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress That Darn Cat Nominated
1998 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actress The Ice Storm Nominated
1998 Seattle International Film Festival SIFF Awards for Best Actress The Opposite of Sex, Buffalo ’66 Won
1998 National Board of Review Best Supporting Actress The Opposite of Sex Won
1998 YoungStar Awards Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy Film The Opposite of Sex Won
1998 YoungStar Awards Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film The Ice Storm Nominated
1999 Satellite Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical The Opposite of Sex Won
1999 American Comedy Awards Funniest Actress in a Motion Picture (Leading Role) The Opposite of Sex Nominated
1999 Golden Globe Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy/Musical The Opposite of Sex Nominated
1999 Independent Spirit Awards Best Female Lead The Opposite of Sex Nominated
1999 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress Buffalo ’66, The Opposite of Sex, Pecker Won
2000 Teen Choice Awards Film – Choice Actress Sleepy Hollow Nominated
2000 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Sleepy Hollow Nominated
2000 B-Movie Awards Best Celebrity Cameo[citation needed] I Woke Up Early The Day I Died Won
2000 Saturn Awards Best Actress Sleepy Hollow Won
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress – Horror[citation needed] Sleepy Hollow Won
2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Supporting Actress – Suspense[citation needed] Bless the Child Won
2001 Young Hollywood Awards Hottest, Coolest Young Veteran[citation needed] Won
2002 Teen Choice Awards Film – Choice Actress, Comedy Pumpkin Nominated
2004 MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss (shared with Charlize Theron) Monster Nominated
2006 Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Grey’s Anatomy Nominated
2008 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress – Action Adventure Speed Racer Nominated
2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie The Lizzie Borden Chronicles Nominated

Sydney Park (actress) (UPDATE)

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Sydney Park (actress)

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Sydney Park
Born (1997-10-31) October 31, 1997 (age 19)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Occupation Actress, Comedian
Years active 2003–present

Sydney Park (born October 31, 1997) is an American actress and comedian.

Early life[edit]

Park was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to an African-American mother and a Korean-American father.

She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Career[edit]

Park got her start in 2003 when she was the “Youngest comedian to ever perform at the famous Hollywood Improv (now LA Improv)“. [1] In 2006, she auditioned for the first season of American reality competition America’s Got Talent under the stage name Syd the Kid, where she had advanced on to the semi-finals. Park had to drop out due to her acting career. She made her television debut on the teen sitcom That’s So Raven in 2006.

In 2010, Park was hired to play Ellie Danville, the adopted daughter of Detective Jo Danville[2] In 2010, Park also starred as “Tootsie Roll” in the independent dark-comedy Spork.[3]

From 2013 to 2015, Park starred as Gabby in the Nick@Nite show Instant Mom.

In 2016, she appeared as Cyndie on The Walking Dead.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 That’s So Raven Sydney Recurring role
2007 Entourage Girl Scout Episode: “Gotcha!”
The Hill Unsold ABC Pilot
2008 The Sarah Silverman Program Stella Episode: “Pee”
Hannah Montana Kelsey DiAria Episode: “Ready, Set, Don’t Drive!”
Gary Unmarried Mikhela Episode: “Gary Gives Sasha His Full Attention”
2010 Spork Tootsie Roll Lead Role
Sons of Tucson Vanessa Episode: “Dog Days of Tucson”
2010–13 CSI: NY Ellie Danville Recurring Role
2013 Emily & Reyna Plucks (yellow bug) Voice
2013–15 Instant Mom Gabby Phillips Main Role
2014 The Thundermans Cassandra Episode: “Shred It Go”; guest star
2015 Bella and the Bulldogs Mia Guest star
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn Randee Episode: “Mall in the Family”; guest star
One Crazy Cruise Piper Bauer Main Role
Nickelodeon’s Ho Ho Holiday Herself Special
2016, 2017 The Walking Dead Cyndie 2 episodes
2016–present The HALO Effect Herself Host
2017-present Spirit Riding Free Pru Granger Voice

Discography[edit]

Other songs[edit]

Year Title Album
2010 “S.P.O.R.K.
(featuring Lady Triga)”
Spork (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Shannon Purser

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Shannon Purser

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Shannon Purser
Born (1997-06-27) June 27, 1997 (age 19)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2016–present

Shannon Purser (born June 27, 1997) is an American actress. She made her acting debut in the Netflix original series Stranger Things portraying the character Barbara “Barb” Holland[1] and portrays Ethel Muggs in Riverdale.[2] She is set to make her film debut in the upcoming 2018 film Life of the Party.[3][4]

Career[edit]

Purser made her acting debut in the Netflix original series Stranger Things. She portrayed the character Barb Holland, an intelligent and outspoken girl, who is the best friend of Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer). Despite her only being a minor character, several outlets called Barb one of their favorite characters.[5][6] This role brought Purser to international fame.[7][8] On August 30, 2016, it was announced that Purser would portray Ethel Muggs in the upcoming television series Riverdale.[9] On September 7, 2016, it was announced that Purser would have a minor role in the 2018 film Life of the Party.[10] In January 2017, it was reported that Shannon had scored a lead role in the 2018 film Sierra Burgess is a Loser.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Purser is currently attending Kennesaw State University. Purser formerly worked at a movie theatre[12][13] but quit in order to focus on acting. She has expressed interest in playing the Marvel Comics character Squirrel Girl.[14] On April 18, 2017, Purser came out as bisexual over Twitter.[15]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Stranger Things Barbara “Barb” Holland 5 episodes
2017 Riverdale Ethel Muggs 3 episodes

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2017 Wish Upon June In post-production
2018 Life of the Party Connie In post-production

Elisabeth Röhm

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Elisabeth Röhm

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Elisabeth Röhm
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Elisabeth Röhm at the Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection Fashion Show 2012
Born (1973-04-28) April 28, 1973 (age 44)
Düsseldorf, Germany
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present
Partner(s) Ron Anthony Wooster (2005–present; 1 daughter)
Website www.elisabeth-rohm.com

Elisabeth Röhm (/ˈrm/, German: [eˈliːzabɛt ˈʁøːm]; born April 28, 1973) is a German-American television and film actress. She is best known for playing Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn in the American TV series Law & Order and Detective Kate Lockley in the TV series Angel.

Early life[edit]

Röhm was born in Düsseldorf, West Germany to American writer Lisa Loverde, and Eberhard Röhm, a German-born partner at the law firm of Duane Morris LLP New York, moving with her family to New York City before her first birthday. Her mother, Lisa Loverde, was an American scriptwriter, who once wrote for the TV soap opera Guiding Light. Elisabeth’s parents divorced when Elisabeth was 8 or 9. Röhm’s maternal grandfather was an Italian immigrant.[1] Elisabeth is a first cousin, once removed, of wrestler Hulk Hogan, and a second cousin of Hulk’s daughter, singer Brooke Hogan. Elisabeth’s maternal great-grandparents, Peter Bollea and Edith Medora Noonan, were also Hulk’s paternal grandparents and Brooke’s paternal great-grandparents.

Elisabeth has dual citizenship (USA and Germany) and is fluent in German.

Röhm attended grades 3-12 at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, a small private boarding school in Sewanee, Tennessee, and then graduated from Sarah Lawrence College,[2] where she studied writing and European History.

Career[edit]

Röhm received her first TV acting role in 1997, as Dorothy Hayes in the American soap opera One Life to Live. She had a starring role in the 1999 BBC Northern Ireland mini-series Eureka Street, then portrayed recurring character Detective Kate Lockley in the first two seasons (1999 to 2001) of the TV series Angel. While appearing in Angel, Röhm also had a regular role in the only season (2000–01) of the Turner Network Television drama series Bull.

Röhm portrayed regular character Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn through four seasons (2001–2005) in the television series Law & Order. She also portrayed deputy DA Amanda Taylor on Stalker.[3][4]

Personal life[edit]

Röhm was a longtime avid equestrienne, but gave up horseback riding professionally after a 2005 accident that she spoke about in a 2011 episode of the Biography Channel series Celebrity Close Calls.[5] But Elisabeth still goes horseback riding four times a week.

Röhm was engaged to director Austin Smithard in 2000. She has been in a relationship with entrepreneur Ron Anthony Wooster since 2005 and engaged since 2007.[6] Röhm gave birth to their daughter, Easton August Anthony Wooster, on April 11, 2008.[7][8]

Röhm has included a blog on her personal website, wherein she often writes about life with her daughter and fiancé.[9] On January 6, 2011,[10] People added Röhm’s blog to the “Moms & Babies” section of its online site celebritybabies.people.com.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Röhm, as part of the cast of the TV series Law & Order, was nominated for their 2001 performance, and again for their 2003 performance, for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. In 2014, Röhm and the rest of the cast won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for their roles in American Hustle.

Röhm was selected for Maxim magazine’s “Hot 100” list in 2002.

Filmography[edit]

List of acting performances in film and television[11]
Title Released Role Notes
Deconstructing Harry 1997 uncredited
One Life to Live 1997–1998 Dorothy Hayes TV series
The Invisible Man 1998 TV movie
Fantasy Island 1998 Beautiful Cindy TV series
Puppet, Love and Mertz 1999 Love short film
The ’60s 1999 Amanda Stone TV movie
Turks 1999 Marla TV series
Eureka Street 1999 Max TV mini-series
Angel 1999–2001 Kate Lockley 15 episodes
Bull 2000–2001 Alison Jeffers 20 episodes
Law & Order 2001–2005 ADA Serena Southerlyn 85 episodes, 2 SAG nominations
Law & Order: Dead on the Money 2002 ADA Serena Southerlyn (voice) video game
Law & Order: Double or Nothing 2003 ADA Serena Southerlyn (voice) video game
Push 2004 Samantha short film
Law & Order: Justice is Served 2004 ADA Serena Southerlyn (voice) video game
Briar & Graves 2005 Dr. Laurie Graves TV movie
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous 2005 Agent Janet McKaren
FBI: Negotiator 2005 Laura Martin TV movie
Amber’s Story 2006 Donna Whitson TV movie
Ghost Image 2007 Jennifer
Masters of Science Fiction 2007 Lt. Granger TV series
Big Shots 2007 Alex Mason 3 episodes
The Kreutzer Sonata 2008 Abigail
San Saba 2008 Leigh
The Mentalist 2008 Dr. Sophie Miller TV series, 1 episode
Desperate Escape 2009 Brooke Harris TV movie
Crimes of the Past 2009 Josephine Sparrow
90210 2009 Bitsy Epstein TV series, 1 episode
Heroes 2009–2010 Lauren Gilmore 8 episodes
The Whole Truth 2010 Angela Masters
Desperate Escape 2009 Brooke Harris TV movie
Chlorine 2011 Katherine
Minkow 2011 Lisa Minkow
A Christmas Kiss 2011 Priscilla Hall completed
Abduction 2011 Lorna Price
Transit 2012 Robyn
CSI: Miami 2012 Jill Ferris Guest appearance
The Client List 2012 Taylor Berkhalter Recurring role
Lake Placid: The Final Chapter 2012 Sheriff Theresa Giovi TV movie
In the Dark 2013 Ali TV movie
Officer Down 2013 Alexandra Callahan
Aftermath 2013 Rebecca Fiorini
American Hustle 2013 Dolly Polito
Finding Happiness 2013 Juliet Palmer
Beauty & the Beast 2014 FBI Special Agent Dana Landon TV Series, 4 episodes
Forget and Forgive 2014 Det. Anne Walker TV movie
Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark 2014 Rosie
Stalker 2014-2015 Amanda Taylor TV Series, 11 episodes
Hell’s Kitchen 2014 Herself Season 13 Episode 3: “16 Chefs Compete”
Joy 2015 Peggy
Love Is All You Need? 2016 Reverend Rachel
Seduced 2016 Caroline TV movie
Revenge Porn/My Daughter’s Disgrace 2016 Elaine TV movie
The Last Ship 2016 Allison Shaw TV series, 13 episodes
Hawaii_Five-0 2016-2017 Dr. Madison Gray TV series
Flaked 2017 Alex TV series
The Tribes of Palos Verdes 2017 TBA completed
Once Upon a Time in Venice 2017 Anne Phillips post-production
NCIS 2017 May Dawson TV series

Joey King

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Joey King

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Joey King
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Born Joey Lynn King
(1999-07-30) July 30, 1999 (age 17)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Joey Lynn King[1] (born July 30, 1999[2]) is an American actress. She is known for her starring role as Ramona Quimby in Ramona and Beezus, the 2010 adaptation of Beverly Cleary‘s book series with the same title. She has also appeared in the films Oz the Great and Powerful, The Conjuring and White House Down.

Personal life[edit]

King was born in Los Angeles, California.[2] She has two older sisters, Kelli and Hunter King. Hunter is a two-time, daytime Emmy-winning actress. Joey has stated that she is “part Jewish and part Christian, but I’m mostly Jewish”.[3]

Career[edit]

King has been featured in the films Reign Over Me with Adam Sandler, and Quarantine. She voiced the yellow fur ball Katie, for the animated feature Horton Hears A Who! (2008), and Beaver, for Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009). In 2010, she guest starred in the series Ghost Whisperer. She was also featured in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody as Emily Mason in two episodes. Other television appearances include Entourage, CSI, and Medium.

King’s first lead role was in the 2010 film Ramona and Beezus, an adaptation of the Beverly Cleary book series, starring as Ramona Quimby opposite Selena Gomez as her older sister, Beezus Quimby.[4] She also released a single for the movie called “Ramona Blue”.

King was featured in Battle: Los Angeles, where she played a girl named Kirsten. Also in 2011, she co-starred in Crazy, Stupid, Love. As well, she appeared in Taylor Swift‘s “Mean” music video as a young student at the school cafeteria rejected by her peers.

King had a role in Christopher Nolan‘s third Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises (2012), as a young Talia al Ghul.[5] She also filmed the short-lived comedy series Bent and had guest appearances in New Girl and The Haunting Hour. In 2013, King appeared in Oz the Great and Powerful with James Franco and Zach Braff, White House Down with Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, Family Weekend, and The Conjuring with Mackenzie Foy and Vera Farmiga. In 2014, she appeared in Wish I Was Here with Oz co-star Zach Braff, as well as in Fargo as Greta Grimly, daughter of police officer Gus Grimly.

In 2016 King was cast as the daughter of the character of Courtney Love in the coming-of-age drama film The Possibility of Fireflies.[6] The same year she was the lead character Claire in the upcoming horror-thriller film Wish Upon.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Reign Over Me Gina Fineman Uncredited[citation needed]
2008 Horton Hears a Who! Katie Voice role
2008 Quarantine Briana
2009 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Beaver girl Voice role
2010 Ramona and Beezus Ramona Quimby
2011 Battle: Los Angeles Kirsten
2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love Molly Weaver
2012 Family Weekend Lucinda Smith-Dungy
2012 The Dark Knight Rises Young Talia al Ghul
2013 Oz the Great and Powerful China Girl/Girl In Wheelchair
2013 The Conjuring Christine Perron
2013 White House Down Emily Cale
2014 Wish I Was Here Grace Bloom
2014 The Boxcar Children Jessie Voice role
2014 The Sound and the Fury Miss Quentin
2015 Stonewall Phoebe Winters
2015 Borealis Aurora
2016 Independence Day: Resurgence Samantha “Sam” Blackwell
2017 Going in Style Brooklyn
2017 Wish Upon Claire
2017 Zeroville Zazi
2018 The Kissing Booth Elle

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Emily Mason Episodes: “Day Care“, “Books and Birdhouses
2006 Malcolm in the Middle Girl at Party Episode: “Mono”
2006–2007 Jericho Sally Episodes: Pilot, “The Day Before
2007 Backyards & Bullets Junie Garrison Television movie
2007 Entourage Chuck Liddell’s Daughter Episode: “Gotcha!
2007 Avenging Angel Amelia Television movie
2007–2008 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Little Girl / Nora Rowe Episodes: “Living Doll”, “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda”
2008 Untitled Liz Meriwether Project Lucy Unsold television pilot
2008 Medium Kelly Mackenzie age 8 Episode “Drowned World
2009 Anatomy of Hope Lucy Morgan Television movie
2010 Elevator Girl Paige Television movie
2010 Ghost Whisperer Cassidy Episodes: “Old Sins Cast Long Shadows“, “The Children’s Parade
2011 Bent Charlie Meyers Main role, 6 episodes
2012 New Girl Brianna Episode: “Bully”
2013 R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour Carla/Missy Jordan Episodes: “Seance”, “Goodwill Toward Men”
2014–2015 Fargo Greta Grimly Recurring role in season 1, special guest in season 2; 9 episodes
2014 American Dad! Voice Episode: “Familyland”
2014 Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs Elissa Wall Television movie
2016 The Flash Frankie Kane/Magenta Episode: “Magenta”[8]
2016 Tween Fest Maddisyn Crawford Main role

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Artist
2010 “Ramona Blue” Joey King featuring Kelli King
2011 Mean Taylor Swift

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
2009 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nominated
Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Young Actress Horton Hears a Who! Nominated
2010 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress Anatomy of Hope Nominated
Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – Young Actor/Actress Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Nominated
2011 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Ten and Under Ramona and Beezus Won [9]
Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress Age Ten or Under Ghost Whisperer Nominated
2013 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actress The Dark Knight Rises Nominated [10]

At the 2015 Vancouver International Film Festival, the Canadian Images features jury made an honourable mention recognizing King as an Emerging Actress for her performance in Borealis.[11]

FINNERY STEEVES

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Finnerty Steeves

NY THEATER

DOT(Jackie)
Vineyard Theater (Susan Stroman)
Lost In Yonkers(Bella)
The Actors Company Theatre (Jenn Thompson)

Give Me Up(Ms. Calvin)
Baryshnikov Arts Center (Jonathan Bernstein)

Heal Me Television(Virginia)
LAByrinth Barn Series (Kevin Geer)

The 49 Project(Female Ensemble)
Fringe Festival(Marshall Pailet)

Lincoln Center Director’s Lab(Various)
Lincoln Center(Various)

Almost, Maine(Original Cast, Multiple Roles)
Daryl Roth Theatre(Gabriel Barre)

Marion Bridge(Theresa MacKeigan)
Urban Stages(Susan Fenichell)

Diary of a Chambermaid(Rose)
Dramahaus NY(Adrian Giurgea)

Success(Mrs. Hoffensberg)
Rude Mechanicals Workshop (Scott Bowman)

The Philanderer(Grace Tranfield)
Oberon Theatre Ensemble (Elowyn Castle)

Tumor(Multiple Roles)
Lincoln Center Director’s Lab (Catherine Zambri)

Search and Destroy(Marie)
John Houseman Studio Theatre (Joe Reynolds)

regional theater

The Shape She Make(Ms Calvin)
A.R.T.(Jonathan Bernstein)

Boeing-Boeing(Gloria)
Dorset Theater Festival(Jenn Thompsan)

Absurd Person Singular(Eva)
Barrington Stage(Jesse Berger)

Dead Man’s Cell Phone(Jean)
Theatreworks/Hartford(Rob Ruggiero)

Enchanted April(Lotty Wilton)
Arizona Theatre Company(Timothy Near)

The Norman Conquests(Annie)
Milwaukee Rep(Joe Hanreddy)

Hedda Gabler(Thea Elvsted)
A.C.T(Richard E.T. White)

Lost In Yonkers(Bella)
Guthrie Theater(Gary Gisselman)

Wonder of the World(Lois)
Barrington Stage(Rob Ruggiero)

Picnic(Christine Schoenwalder)
Baltimore Center Stage(Irene Lewis)

A Christmas Carol(Beth/Mrs. Filcher)
A.C.T(Margo Whitcomb)

The Garden of Hannah List(Lottie Puzyna)
Florida Stage(Henry Fonte)

The Heiress(Mrs. Montgomery)
Caldwell Theatre Company(Michael Hall)

Private Eyes(Cory)
Florida Stage(Louis Tyrell)

Laughter on the 23rd Floor(Helen)
Actor’s Playhouse(David Arisco)

Diary of Anne Frank(Margot)
Caldwell Theatre Company(Kenneth Kay)

Lend Me a Tenor(Maggie)
Stage Door Theatre(Hugh Murphy)

Macbeth(Lady Macbeth)
Playwright’s Theatre(Paul Thomas)

A Child’s Christmas in Wales(Brenda)
Grove Shakespeare Festival(Tom Bradac)

film

Sundae
(Sonya Goddy)

Delivery Man
(Ken Scott)

Kilimanjaro
(Walter Strafford)

Frances Ha
(Noah Baumbach)

The Smurf’s
(Raja Goshell)

Morning Glory
(Roger Michell)

Away We Go
(Sam Mendes)

Calling It Quits
(Anthony Tarsitano)

The Great New Wonderful
(Danny Leiner)

Filmic Achievement
(Kevin Kerwin)

Save It For Later
(Clark Brigham)

SOSIE BACON

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Sosie Bacon

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Sosie Bacon
Born Sosie Ruth Bacon
(1992-03-15) March 15, 1992 (age 25)
United States
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present

Sosie Ruth Bacon (born March 15, 1992) is an American actress and the daughter of actors Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick. She was largely isolated from her parents’ careers during her childhood. Bacon’s first role was playing the 10-year-old Emily in the movie Loverboy, which was directed by Kevin Bacon. James Duff, producer of The Closer, was compelled by Bacon’s performance in Loverboy to suggest that she play the role of Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson‘s niece Charlie in the fifth season of the show. Although her parents were opposed to her being involved in acting, Bacon accepted the role and appeared in four episodes alongside her mother, who played the role of Chief Johnson.

Personal life[edit]

Sosie Bacon was born on March 15, 1992 to parents Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick. Her mother gave birth shortly after filming Miss Rose White and named Bacon after the movie’s art director, Sosie Hublitz.[1][2] Despite her parents having successful acting careers, Bacon was provided with a “fairly ordinary” upbringing according to producer James Duff, and Bacon’s parents were determined that she not get into acting.[3] During the filming of The Closer, Bacon’s mother would spend half of the year in Los Angeles, while Bacon would stay in Manhattan with her father and brother. Her mother credited this as leading to a closer bond between Bacon and her father.[4]

Career[edit]

While directing Loverboy, Bacon’s father decided to cast his daughter in the film. Asked about the choice to cast his daughter, he said he made the decision as a director, not as a father, because he believed his daughter was perfect for the role. He said of Bacon’s response that “Sosie was cool. She kind of got it out of her system. She said, ‘Oh, that was fun—now I’m going back to school.'” Bacon portrayed the main character Emily in a flashback, while the adult Emily was portrayed by her mother Kyra Sedgwick.[5][6] As Emily, she sang an a cappella version of the David Bowie song “Life on Mars?” that was described in a review from The New York Times as “grotesquely funny.”[7][8] Her brother, Travis Bacon, was cast in a smaller role in the film.[9] Bacon’s father praised her work on Loverboy, but said he would not be encouraging her to pursue acting further.[10]

Her performance in Loverboy is what James Duff, the producer of The Closer, has said first prompted him to suggest that Bacon begin acting.[3] Duff had wanted to write her into the series since she was twelve years old according to Bacon’s mother, who plays the role of Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on the show.[11] However, Bacon’s mother was opposed to the idea, insistent on her not getting involved with acting. Eventually Duff says he was able to get Bacon’s parents to agree to her having a brief role on the series provided it did not interfere with her education. He described the agreement as being “more like a treaty negotiation” than an arrangement.[3] Bacon’s mother, Kyra Sedgwick, has provided a different version of events saying that she had told Duff she would discuss it with her husband, but that Duff went to Bacon directly. Bacon accepted the role and at that point her mother says, “there was no turning back.”[11]

On the show, Bacon portrayed Charlie who is left in the care of her aunt Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, portrayed by Sedgwick, and Johnson’s husband Special Agent Fritz Howard.[3] The role lasted for four episodes and led to what Bacon’s mother has said was one of the hardest scenes for her on the show, where Brenda is telling Charlie that she has to go home with Charlie responding by asking “Do you not want me to stay?”[12] Bacon’s mother has said she would not find it unusual if Duff offered Bacon a more regular role on Major Crimes, a spin-off of The Closer series.[11]

Following her role on The Closer, Bacon began studying at Brown University and has studied at musical theatre company CAP21. She joined the cast of Fiction in Photographs in 2012, an Off-Broadway musical by Dan Mills and Randy Redd.[13][14]

On November 21, 2013, Bacon was crowned Miss Golden Globe 2014. Chosen each year by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Miss Golden Globe assists with the Globes ceremony and is typically the daughter of Hollywood celebrities. The outgoing recipient was Francesca Eastwood, daughter of Clint Eastwood and Frances Fisher.[15] She was cast in the leading female role of the 2014 independent film Off Season opposite Chance Kelly.[16]

Filmography[edit]

Film and television
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Loverboy Emily (10 years old)
2009 The Closer Charlie Johnson TV series (4 episodes)
2014 Basic Witches Sosie TV series
2014 Wishin’ and Hopin’ Frances Funicello
2014 Another Life[17] Maggie Short film
2014 Lady Lonely Lady Short film
2015 Ana Maria in Novela Land Poppy Lake Movie
2015 Off Season Cassie Movie
2015–2016 Scream Rachel Murray 3 episodes
2015 Lost Boy Summer Harris TV film
2017 13 Reasons Why Skye Miller TV Series

GLORIA RUBEN

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Gloria Reuben

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Gloria Reuben
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Gloria Reuben on November 19, 2007.
Born Gloria Elizabeth Reuben[1]
(1964-06-09) June 9, 1964 (age 52)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress, singer, producer
Years active 1985–present
Spouse(s) Wayne Isaak (1999-2003; divorced)

Gloria Elizabeth Reuben (born June 9, 1964) is a Canadian producer, singer and actress of film and television and producer, known for her role as Jeanie Boulet on the medical drama ER and Marina Peralta on Falling Skies. In film, she is known for portraying Elizabeth Keckley in Lincoln.

She is currently recurring in the role of Dr. Krista Gordon on Mr. Robot and on the main cast of Saints & Sinners as Mayor Pamela Clayborne.

Life and career[edit]

Reuben was born in Toronto, to Pearl Avis (Mills), a classical singer, and Cyril George Reuben, an architect.[2] Her parents were both Jamaican-born; her father, who was Caucasian, was from a Sephardi Jewish family, and her mother was Afro-Jamaican.[1] Her father died when she was young.[3][4][5][6]

Reuben is the half-sister of Denis Simpson, an actor and children’s television host who died in 2010.[4] She was the subject of a segment of Henry Louis Gates Jr.‘s television genealogy series Finding Your Roots. She began learning piano as a child and later studied music technique and theory, ballet and jazz at the Canadian Royal Conservatory.[5] Her career as an actress was triggered by a few jobs as a model and appearances in television advertisements.

Reuben is known for her role on the American television series ER as Jeanie Boulet, an HIV-positive physician assistant on the hospital’s staff. She was a guest star throughout Season 1 and was elevated to full-time cast member at the beginning of Season 2. She continued that role until early Season 6, when she left the show. In 2008, Reuben returned to ER for one episode during its 14th season. She has stated that this role led to her HIV/AIDS activism.[7]

Reuben again held a major role in a television series, when she starred as FBI agent Brooke Haslett in 1-800-Missing (2003–2004). She later starred as Rosalind Whitman in the TNT series Raising the Bar. In 1996 she was chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World.[citation needed]

In 2000, she sang back up vocals for Tina Turner on her Twenty Four Seven Tour.[citation needed]

Reuben guest-starred in the season two finale of Drop Dead Diva as Professor Kathy Miller.[8] Reuben guest-starred in season 12 of NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit reprising her role as U.S. Attorney Christine Danielson.[9] In 2012, she appeared in the CBS TV movie, Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt.

In 2012, Reuben played Elizabeth Keckley in Steven Spielberg‘s historical drama film Lincoln and her portrayal of the character received critical praise.[10] In 2013, she guest starred on the sci-fi drama series Falling Skies.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue Celeste
1994 Timecop Sarah Fielding
1995 Nick of Time Krista Brooks
1998 Indiscreet Eve Dodd
1999 Macbeth in Manhattan Claudia / Lady Macbeth
1999 David and Lola Gloria
1999 Deep in My Heart Barbara Ann Williams
2000 Pilgrim Vicky
2000 Shaft Sgt. Council Uncredited
2001 Feast of All Saints, TheThe Feast of All Saints Cecile Ste. Marie
2002 Happy Here and Now Hannah
2002 Salem Witch Trials Tituba Indian
2006 The Sentinel Mrs. Merriweather
2012 Lincoln Elizabeth Keckley Nominated: NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Cast
Detroit Film Critics Society for Best Ensemble
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble
2013 Admission Corrinne
2014 Reasonable Doubt Detective Blake Kanon
2015 The Longest Ride Adrienne Francis
2016 Anesthesia Meredith

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1990–1991 Flash, TheThe Flash Sabrina 5 episodes
1995 Homicide: Life on the Street Det. Theresa Walker 3 episodes
1995–1999, 2008 ER Jeanie Boulet Series regular; 102 episodes
Won: Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (1996–1999)
Viewers for Quality Television for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (1997–1998)
Nominated: Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film (1998)
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (1997–1998)
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (2000)
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (1996–1999)
2001–2002 Agency, TheThe Agency Lisa Fabrizzi Regular: episodes 1–13, 21–22
2002, 2007–2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Christine Danielson (2007–2011) / Violet Tremain (2002) 4 episodes
2002 Little John Natalie Britain TV film; Nominated – NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Film
2003–2004 1-800-Missing Brooke Haslett Series regular; season 1: 18 episodes
2005 Numb3rs Erica Quimby Episode: “Noisy Edge”
2008–2009 Raising the Bar Rosalind Whitman Series regular; 25 episodes
2010 Drop Dead Diva Professor Kathy Miller Episode: “Freeze the Day”
2011 Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost Thelma Gleffey
2012 Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt Thelma Gleffey
2013 Betty & Coretta Myrlie Evers-Williams Television film
2013 Falling Skies Marina Peralta 10 episodes
2014 Happy Face Killer FBI Agent Melinda Gand TV film
2015 The Blacklist Dr. Selma Orchard Episode: “Luther Braxton Conclusion
2015–2016 Mr. Robot Krista Gordon Series regular
2015 Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise Thelma Gleffey
2016 Saints & Sinners Mayor Pamela Clayborne Series regular
2016 Jean of the Joneses Janet Jones
2018 Cloak & Dagger Adina Johnson Series regular