Sheri Shea was born Sheri Smyrichinsky in the sunflower capital of world-Altona, Manitoba, Canada. According to her parents, Susianna (Cherewayko) & Pete Smyrichinsky, Sheri came out singing and dancing always performing & posing as if on a stage or in front of a camera. She grew up in Georgetown, Indiana where she was a grade school cheerleader, …
Actress (18 credits)
 2019 The Blonde Hair Murders
Lt. Derita Poston
 2017 Showroom (TV Series)
Beautiful Woman

Pilot (2017) … Beautiful Woman
 2016 Muggs and Toast (Short)
Massage Lady
 2016 Love and Hostages
Woman at bar
 2014 Contigo University (Short)
Professor Sonnet
 2014/I Sanctuary
Cole’s Mother
 2012 Unforgotten
 2012 Step Up Revolution
Commissioners Trophy Wife (uncredited)
 2012 To the Red Moon (Short)
 2011/II Closure (Video)
Alice Dallas
 2011 Doctor Feelgood
 2011 Quarterlifers
Bar Girl 1
 2011 Winners? (Short)
Bathing Suit Beauty
 2010 Holyman Undercover
Reporter #3
 2010 The Encounter (Video)
 2009 Lost Angel
Make-up Artist


Melanie Adele Martinez (born April 28, 1995) is an American singer and songwriter. Melanie Martinez auditioned for the American television vocal talent show The Voice and became a member of Team Adam. Within the fifth week, she was eliminated which subsequently led to her beginning independent work on original material. In 2014, she released …
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Actress (4 credits)
 2017 Melanie Martinez: Mad Hatter (Short)
 2016 Melanie Martinez: Mrs Potato Head (Video short)
 2016 Melanie Martinez: Pacify Her (Video short)
Crybaby / Friend
 2014 Melanie Martinez: Dollhouse (Video short)


Amber Barretto was born on January 19, 1978 in Miami Beach, Florida, USA as Amber Faye Barretto. She is an actress, known for Hang Time (1995), ABC Afterschool Specials (1972) and Cuts (2005). She has been married to Gregory Laks since October 2007. They have two children.
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Actress (15 credits)
 2008 Channels
 2008 For Heaven’s Sake
Hotel Clerk
 2006 The O.C. (TV Series)
Theresa’s Nanny

The College Try (2006) … Theresa’s Nanny
 2006 Medium (TV Series)
College Girl

S.O.S. (2006) … College Girl
 2005 Cuts (TV Series)

A Superstar Is Born (2005) … Renee
 2005 American Dreams (TV Series)

Home Again (2005)
 2002 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Terri Colonna

The Cook of the Money Pot (2002) … Terri Colonna
 2001 America’s Sweethearts
Alison (uncredited)
 1997-2000 Hang Time (TV Series)
Kristy Ford

Graduation on Three (2000) … Kristy Ford
High School Confidential (2000) … Kristy Ford
A Night to Remember (2000) … Kristy Ford
For the Love of the Game (2000) … Kristy Ford
Secrets and Lies (2000) … Kristy Ford
 2000 Get Real (TV Series)

Absolution (2000) … Vanessa
 1999 Undressed (TV Series)
Penny (2001: Season 5)
 1992 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)

 1989 Little Monsters
 1989 New York Stories
Girl (uncredited)
 1988 All My Children (TV Series)
Emily Ann Sago

Episode #1.4888 (1988) … Emily Ann Sago

Gretchen Barretto

Gretchen Barretto

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Gretchen Barretto
Born (1970-03-06) March 6, 1970 (age 48)

Occupation Actress, Model, Singer
Partner(s) Tony Cojuangco
Children Dominique Cojuangco
Parent(s) Miguel Alvir Barretto
Estrella Castelo Barretto
Family Marjorie Barretto
Claudine Barretto

Gretchen Barretto is a Filipina actress from the Philippines. She was launched in Regal Films14 Going on Steady as a singer-actress, with the release of her debut single “Going Steady”, which served as the soundtrack single to her debut film. In the late eighties, Barretto rose to prominence after gaining success in skin flicks produced by Seiko Films like Tukso, Layuan Mo Ako!, Ang Bukas Ay Akin, Ama, Bakit Mo Ako Pinabayaan?, Lumayo Ka Man Sa Akin and Bakit Ako Mahihiya?. She has released two studio albums under Star Records. Her debut album, Unexpected, was released in 2008, and her second album Complicated was released a year after. Her two younger sisters, Marjorie and Claudine, and niece Julia are also actresses. Since 2010, she is already a contract star of ABS-CBN.


1984-1987: Early career beginnings[edit]

Barretto was launched as one of the newest Regal Babies together with former child actress Janice de Belen upcoming actress Nadia Montenegro. Barretto released her debut single entitled “Going Steady”, which was also the official theme song of the movie 14 Going on Steady in which she top-billed along with de Belen and Montenegro.[1] The single was critically panned but became a radio hit in the Philippines. Rumors swirled about the rift between Barretto and de Belen about who should have sung the soundtrack single.[2] In the aforementioned film, Barretto was chosen to record the song, while de Belen got more screen time dancing to the song as shown in the movie credits.[3] Barretto continued to star in films like Ang Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang, Paalam, Bukas ang Kasal Ko, Life Begins at 40 and Goat Buster. Despite being launched as a singer-actress, Barretto never got the chance to record a studio album due to the annual movies lined up for her. She soon dropped out of high school to fully concentrate on her acting career.[4]

1988-1993: Softcore movies and hosting stint[edit]

In 1988, Barretto was signed by Robbie Tan to become a contract star of Seiko Films. In 1989, Barretto’s image was revamped from being a teenybopper actress to a full-fledged sex siren. She appeared in several films like Ang Lihim Ng Golden Buddha, Ipaglalaban Ko, Tukso, Layuan Mo Ako!, Ama, Bakit Mo Ako Pinabayaan and Paminsan-Minsan. Due to the string of successful softcore films she starred in, Barretto, along with actresses Rita Avila, Cristina Gonzales and Rina Reyes, were tagged as the “ST Queens” (which stands for “sex trip”) since they were among the most popular softcore actresses in Philippine cinema at that time.

In 1992, while shooting the movie Ako Ang Katarungan, Barretto was involved in a highly controversial relationship with married actor Bong Revilla whom she had an affair with for four months.[5] Barretto moved back to her home studio Regal Films in that same year. Some of her biggest films included Bakit Ako Mahihiya? and Kailangan Kita in which she was paired opposite Gabby Concepcion, all of which were produced by Regal Films. In 1994, Barretto embarked on a hosting career. She joined Boy Abunda in the late night talk show Show & Tell. It was in that same year that she ended her contract with Seiko Films in an attempt to make her image more wholesome and commercial to the public. Barretto left Show & Tell after she became pregnant with Tonyboy Cojuangco’s love child. She was replaced in the show by another sexpot in Anjanette Abayari. The show was canceled in less than a year, after poor ratings.

In 1993 Barretto was linked to the Brunei beauties affair.[6]

1994-1999: Public scandals and pregnancy[edit]

In June 1994, Barretto became the witness to the scandal in the Manila Film Festival (not to be mistaken with the Metro Manila Film Festival which is held every December).[7] In that said event, Barretto presented the award for Best Actress alongside Miss Universe Mauritius beauty queen Viveka Babajee and actor Rocky Gutierrez, where both announced actress Ruffa Gutierrez as the recipient of the award when it was Aiko Melendez who actually won the award.[8][9] Rocky Gutierrez was caught on camera slipping the envelope with the winner’s name in his pocket while Babajee was heard uttering the words “Take it! Take it!” while handing the award to Ruffa Gutierrez.[10] The same incident happened to the announcement of the winner of Best Actor in which Ruffa Gutierrez and actress Nanette Medved declared Gabby Concepcion as the winner, when it was actor Edu Manzano who was the real recipient of the award. Barretto revealed that it was Concepcion’s agent, Lolit Solis and Gutierrez’ mother, Annabelle Rama (who was also Babajee’s talent agent) who masterminded the apparent fraud, and she also told reporters that Solis promised her a Best Actress win, a year later if she kept quiet about this plan.[11] Solis pleaded guilty to the offense of orchestrating the hoax, while siblings Ruffa and Rocky Gutierrez, Medved and Babajee were all charged with estafa.[12][13]

A year later, Barretto got pregnant and gave birth to a daughter named Dominique. She also went public in announcing her relationship with billionaire business tycoon Tony Cojuangco, a man twenty years her senior. Cojuangco admitted to being the father of Barretto’s daughter. Two years later, acclaimed filmmaker Carlo Caparas cast Barretto as Dolores Josefa in the historical film Tirad Pass: The Story of Gen. Gregorio del Pilar opposite Romnick Sarmienta and Joel Torre.[14] Barretto took a hiatus in showbiz to concentrate on her life as a mother, and partner to Cojuangco.

2000-2009: Showbiz comeback and music career launch[edit]

Throughout the late nineties, Barretto co-hosted the variety show ASAP in ABS-CBN but her serious comeback to acting began in a special portrayal in the drama series Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan top-billed by sister Claudine Barretto in 2001. Barretto revealed that it was her sister Claudine who convinced her to return to acting after a long break from being away from the spotlight. In 2001, Barretto appeared with sisters Marjorie and Claudine in Private Conversations with Boy Abunda which became her first public interview together with her siblings. In 2006, Barretto and actress Dawn Zulueta engaged in heated exchange of insults after it was reported that the latter did not approve of the prima donna behavior displayed by the former during a Pantene shampoo commercial they made along with actresses Ruffa Gutierrez and Angel Aquino.[15] Both actresses revealed that they were not in good terms with each other in separate interviews.[16] Several months after the said incident, Zulueta told reporters that they have finally settled this issue in private.[17] Later that year, Barretto finally accepted the lead role in the Metro Manila Film Festival entry Matakot Ka sa Karma released by Canary Films in December 2006. Matakot Ka Sa Karma became Barretto’s first film since 1995’s Tirad Pass: The Last Stand of Gen. Gregorio del Pilar and she received huge buzz regarding her movie comeback.[18] Barretto was a no-show in the Metro Manila Film Festival Awards Ceremony as well as in the Parade of Stars several days prior to the event.[19] The movie opened to modest reviews and placed fourth in the box office.[20] Barretto was also set to reunite with former flame Bong Revilla in the movie Kapag Tumibok Ang Puso: Not Once, But Twice but backed out after a supposed feud arose between her and Revilla’s wife Lani Mercado, during the film’s pre-production.[21][22] In 2007, a photo of Barretto kissing actor John Estrada circulated and went viral causing controversy in the showbiz industry.[23] Both Barretto and Estrada denied having an affair or relationship.

In 2008, Barretto released her debut album Unexpected to signal the launch of her music career. She released the single “Please Don’t Ask Me” in support of the album. She promoted Unexpected through a series of mall shows around the country. In that same year, Barretto returned to acting through an episode of Maalaala Mo Kaya where she played a mistress of a politician, opposite Phillip Salvador and Tonton Gutierrez.[24] It was in this drama anthology that Barretto finally won her first acting award, PMPC Star Awards for TV’s Best Single Performance by an Actress. A year later, she released her second album entitled Complicated and released the single “Ready to Take a Chance Again”. Barretto was once again involved in a controversial relationship with Dody Puno, the Executive Director of the Road Board of the Department of Public Works and Highways.[25] Rumors broke out that both Barretto and singer Pops Fernandez were receiving commission from the funds of the Department of Public Works and Highways, as allotted by Puno himself.[26]

2010-present: Award wins and acting in primetime dramas[edit]

In 2010, Barretto returned to do another episode in Maalaala Mo Kaya portraying a widow who falls in love with a parish priest, which was portrayed by Jomari Yllana.[27] Barretto again won another the award for Best Single Performance by an Actress in the PMPC Star Awards for Television, marking her second win in this category. Barretto embarked in her biggest television project in 2010 with the drama series Magkaribal, which originally featured Barretto opposite sister Claudine, however, the latter moved to rival network GMA during the show’s pre-production. Magkaribal starred Barretto alongside actress Bea Alonzo (who became Claudine’s replacement), Angel Aquino and model-actor Derek Ramsay. In that same year, Bench launched Barretto’s first perfume line called Greta.[28] Barretto won the award for Best Drama Actress in the PMPC Star Awards for Television for Magkaribal a year later. After the success of the show, Barretto was slated to star in Alta, a drama series about high society and the mining industry, with KC Concepcion and Angelica Panganiban, but the show was shelved in 2012.[29] It was because of the cancellation of Alta that she was offered the role of Ashi Behati in Princess and I in which she portrayed the main villain to the lead stars Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla.[30] In 2013, Barretto joined the cast of Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala at the request of the show’s lead actress, Judy Ann Santos.[31] Two months later, Barretto debuted in her first Cinemalaya movie entry entitled The Diplomat Hotel.[32] She is set to portray Valentina, the nemesis of superheroine Darna in the Angel Locsin-starrer, Darna produced by Star Cinema to be released in 2015.

Personal life[edit]

Barretto is the fifth out of seven children by Miguel Alvir Barretto and Estrella Castelo Barretto.[33] Her two younger siblings Marjorie Barretto, Claudine Barretto, and niece Julia Barretto are also actresses. Barretto has a daughter named Dominique, with common-law partner and businessman Tony Cojuangco.[25]


  • Unexpected (2008)
  • Complicated (2009)



Year Title Role Notes Network
2013 Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala Atty. Eva Custodio Special Participation ABS-CBN
2013 The Buzz Herself/Guest Co-Host Occasionally replacing Charlene Gonzalez
2013 Juan dela Cruz Helen Guest Role
2012-2013 Princess and I Ashi Behati Rinpoche Main Role/ Antagonist
2010 Magkaribal Victoria Valera/Anna Abella Lead Role
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Larawan Maria 1 episode
2008 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Salamin Margarita 1 episode
1999-2000 Oki Doki Doc Greterella Cast Member
1996-2002 ASAP Herself Co-Host
1994-1995 Show & Tell Herself Co-Host GMA Network
1988 GMA Supershow Herself Co-Host


  • 2009 PMPC Star Awards for TV’s Best Single Performance by An Actress (for “Maalaala Mo Kaya”: Salamin)
  • 2010 PMPC Star Awards for TV’s Best Single Performance by An Actress (for “Maalaala Mo Kaya”: Larawan)
  • 2011 PMPC Star Awards for TV’s Best Drama Actress (for “Magkaribal”)
  • 2015 Gawad Tanglaw Best Supporting Actress for The Tria


Julia Barretto is an actress, known for Love You to the Stars and Back (2017), Vince & Kath & James (2016) and Unexpectedly Yours (2017).
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Actress (14 credits)
 2018-2019 Ngayon at Kailanman (TV Series)
Eva Mapendo / Angela M. Cortes

Dulo ng Kailanman (2019) … Eva Mapendo / Angela M. Cortes
Paraparaan (2018) … Eva Mapendo / Angela M. Cortes
Gulatan (2018) … Eva Mapendo / Angela M. Cortes
Kumpirmado (2018) … Eva Mapendo / Angela M. Cortes
Imbestiga (2018) … Eva Mapendo / Angela M. Cortes
 2018 I Love You, Hater
 2013-2017 Maalaala mo kaya (TV Series)
Aika / Abigail / Alyssa / …

Bituin (2017) … Aika
Pink Dress (2015) … Abigail
Bracelet (2015) … Alyssa
Diary (2014) … Karen
Drawing (2013) … Alex
 2017 A Love to Last (TV Series)
Chloe Noble

You’re the One, Girl (2017) … Chloe Noble
It’s Starting (2017) … Chloe Noble
Time to Move On (2017) … Chloe Noble
Just Fight (2017) … Chloe Noble
There’s Something More Okay (2017) … Chloe Noble
 2015-2016 And I Love You So (TV Series)
Trixie Valdez

Episode #1.69 (2016) … Trixie Valdez
Episode #1.68 (2016) … Trixie Valdez
Episode #1.67 (2016) … Trixie Valdez
Episode #1.66 (2016) … Trixie Valdez
Episode #1.65 (2016) … Trixie Valdez
 2013-2015 Wansapanataym (TV Series)
Joy / Petra / Sasha Santillan / …

Selfie pa more, Sasha no more (2015) … Sasha Santillan
Wish Upon a Lusis: Part 5 (2015) … Joy
Wish Upon a Lusis: Part 4 (2015) … Joy
Wish Upon a Lusis: Part 3 (2015) … Joy
Wish Upon a Lusis: Part 2 (2015) … Joy
 2014 Mirabella (TV Series)
Mira Amarillo / Bella Arboleda

Episode #1.72 (2014) … Mira Amarillo / Bella Arboleda
Episode #1.71 (2014) … Mira Amarillo / Bella Arboleda
Episode #1.70 (2014) … Mira Amarillo / Bella Arboleda
Episode #1.69 (2014) … Mira Amarillo / Bella Arboleda
Episode #1.67 (2014) … Mira Amarillo / Bella Arboleda
 2008 Palos (TV Series)
Pamela Kiev (2008)
 2001-2007 Kokey (TV Series)
Anna Kalugdan

Finale (2007) … Anna Kalugdan
Episode #1.69 (2007) … Anna Kalugdan
Episode #1.68 (2007) … Anna Kalugdan
Episode #1.67 (2007) … Anna Kalugdan
Episode #1.66 (2007) … Anna Kalugdan
 2007 Walang kapalit (TV Series)
Young Melanie (as Julia Barretto Padilla)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
 2018 Pinoy Big Brother (TV Series)
Herself – Houseguest

PBB JoshLia Vis8 (2018) … Herself – Houseguest
 2013 Gandang gabi Vice (TV Series)
Herself – Guest


Claudia Karvan is one of Australia’s most recognized actresses, having achieved popular success and critical acclaim through her work in film and television. Having begun work at 14, Karvan has an extensive filmography. She first appeared in Gillian Armstrong‘s High Tide (1987) with Judy Davis, then in Phillip Noyce‘s Echoes of Paradise (1987). …
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Actress (59 credits)
 2019 June Again (filming)
 2018 Orange is the New Brown (TV Series)
Mum Cop / Rsestaurant Manager / Bin-Diver’s Girlfriend / …

Episode #1.6 (2018) … Mum Cop
Episode #1.5 (2018) … Rsestaurant Manager
Episode #1.3 (2018) … Bin-Diver’s Girlfriend
Episode #1.1 (2018) … Keepcup Fan
 2017 Newton’s Law (TV Series)
Josephine Newton

Equal and Opposite Forces (2017) … Josephine Newton
Terminal Velocity (2017) … Josephine Newton
The Uncertainty Principle (2017) … Josephine Newton
Law of Coolings (2017) … Josephine Newton
Uniform Motion (2017) … Josephine Newton
 2016 Jack Irish (TV Series)
Sarah Longmore

Episode #1.5 (2016) … Sarah Longmore
Episode #1.4 (2016) … Sarah Longmore
Episode #1.3 (2016) … Sarah Longmore
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Sarah Longmore
Episode #1.1 (2016) … Sarah Longmore
 2013-2014 The Time of Our Lives (TV Series)

The Proposal (2014) … Caroline
The Man on the Bus (2014) … Caroline
The Birthday Dinner (2014) … Caroline
The Dream (2014) … Caroline
The Choice (2014) … Caroline
 2012-2014 Puberty Blues (TV Series)
Judy Vickers

Episode #2.9 (2014) … Judy Vickers
Episode #2.8 (2014) … Judy Vickers
Episode #2.7 (2014) … Judy Vickers
Episode #2.6 (2014) … Judy Vickers
Episode #2.5 (2014) … Judy Vickers
 2014 Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell (TV Series)
Rupert Murdoch

Episode #3.6 (2014) … Rupert Murdoch
 2013 The Broken Shore (TV Movie)
Helen Castleman
 2013 Better Man (TV Series)
Bernadette McMahon

A Lost Lamb (2013) … Bernadette McMahon
The Last Dance (2013) … Bernadette McMahon
 2012/III Scratch (Short)
 2010-2011 Spirited (TV Series)
Suzy Darling

I’ll Close My Eyes (2011) … Suzy Darling
Yesterday’s Hero (2011) … Suzy Darling
The Real Thing (2011) … Suzy Darling
Dancing in the Dark (2011) … Suzy Darling
If You See Her, Say Hello (2011) … Suzy Darling
 2011 33 Postcards
 2009 Daybreakers
Audrey Bennett
 2009 Saved (TV Movie)
Julia Weston
 2008 Long Weekend
 2008 $9.99
Michelle (voice)
 2004-2007 Love My Way (TV Series)
Frankie Paige / Frankie Page

Running with Crabs (2007) … Frankie Paige
And in the End (2007) … Frankie Paige
The Cemetery Gates (2007) … Frankie Page
Cars Without Brakes (2007) … Frankie Paige
Together Apart (2007) … Frankie Paige
 2006 Footy Legends
Alison Berry
 2006 Small Claims: The Reunion (TV Movie)
Jo Collins
 2006 Aquamarine
 2005 Small Claims: White Wedding (TV Movie)
Jo Collins
 2004 Small Claims (TV Movie)
Jo Collins
 2001-2003 The Secret Life of Us (TV Series)
Dr. Alex Christensen / Dr. Alex Christensen Mariani

Let the Burning Begin (2003) … Dr. Alex Christensen Mariani
Playing with Fire (2003) … Dr. Alex Christensen
The Saturn Return (2003) … Dr. Alex Christensen Mariani
The Quality of My Life (2003) … Dr. Alex Christensen
A Square Peg in a Round Hole (2003) … Dr. Alex Christensen
 2001 The Secret Life of Us (TV Movie)
Dr. Alex Christensen
 2001 My Brother Jack (TV Movie)
Cressida Morley
 2000 Risk
Louise Roncoli
 2000 The Lost World (TV Series)
Catherine Reilly

Time After Time (2000) … Catherine Reilly
 1999 Strange Planet
 1999 Passion
Alfhild de Luce
 1999 Paperback Hero
Ruby Vale
 1998 Never Tell Me Never (TV Movie)
Janine Shepherd
 1998 The Violent Earth (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.3 (1998) … Jeanne
Episode #1.2 (1998) … Jeanne
Episode #1.1 (1998) … Jeanne
 1998 Two Girls and a Baby (Short)
 1997 Fallen Angels (TV Series)

Baby It’s You (1997) … Yvonne
 1996 Natural Justice: Heat
Asta Cadell
 1996 Twisted (TV Series)

One Way Ticket (1996) … Cassie
 1996 Dating the Enemy
 1996 Lust and Revenge
Georgina Oliphant
 1996 G.P. (TV Series)
Jessica Travis

Sing Me a Lullaby (1996) … Jessica Travis
 1995 Natural Justice (TV Series)
Asta Cadell
 1994 Redheads
 1994 Exile
 1993 Touch Me (Short)
 1993 The Heartbreak Kid
Christina Papadopoulos
 1993 Broken Highway
 1993 My Forgotten Man
Penelope Watts
 1993 The Nostradamus Kid
Beat Girl
 1990 The Big Steal
Joanna Johnson
 1988 The Last Resort (TV Series)
 1988 Princess Kate (TV Movie)
 1987 Echoes of Paradise
 1987 High Tide
 1983 Molly
Maxie Ireland
 1983 Going Down
Disgruntled Child


With over 100 shorts, features, documentary films, music videos, special events, celebrity red carpets, commercials, & TV shows/pilots under her belt, “Audience Choice” Award Winning Writer, Director & Producer, Talina Adamo has what it takes to see any project through in any cast or crew position. With a broad range of skills throughout the years…
Actress (6 credits)
 2016 A Faithful Companion (Short) (post-production)
 2017 Boyfriend Killer (TV Movie)
Office Worker
 2016 Dropouts (TV Series)

It’s Tea Time! (2016)
Dropouts Teaser (2016) … Jewels
 2013 Caught in the Middle (Short)
Adult Brittany
 2012 Hellevator (Short)
Elevator Voice (voice)
 2010 Burn Notice (TV Series)
Sexy Secretary

Where There’s Smoke (2010) … Sexy Secretary (uncredited)


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Self (4 credits)
 2019 Extra (TV Series)

Episode #25.121 (2019) … Herself
 2017 Good Day L.A. (TV Series)
Herself – Reporter / Herself – Entertainment Reporter

Episode dated 1 November 2017 (2017) … Herself – Reporter
Episode dated 9 January 2017 (2017) … Herself – Entertainment Reporter
 2012 Yahoo! Secrets to Your Success (TV Series)
Herself – Host
 2012 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – LA Correspondent


Kat Turner is an actress, known for Inland Empire (2006), Brainwashed Love (2011) and The Boys & Girls Guide to Getting Down (2006).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2011 Brainwashed Love
 2010 The Harvey Girl from Shanghai (Short)
Jackie Susan
 2010 All About Evil
 2008 3 Stories About Evil (Short)
 2006 Inland Empire
Dori (as Kathryn Turner)