Spencer Grammer

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Spencer Grammer

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Spencer Grammer
Born Spencer Karen Grammer
(1983-10-09) October 9, 1983 (age 33)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) James Hesketh (m. 2011)
Children 1
Parent(s) Kelsey Grammer
Doreen Alderman
Relatives Greer Grammer (half-sister)

Spencer Karen Grammer (born October 9, 1983)[1] is an American actress best known for her roles as Summer Smith on the Adult Swim animated scifi series Rick and Morty and as Casey Cartwright on the ABC Family college romantic dramedy Greek.

Early life[edit]

Grammer, born in Los Angeles, California, is the child of comedian and actor Kelsey Grammer and Doreen Alderman, and was named after her paternal aunt, who was murdered in 1975.[1] She has five siblings – three half-sisters: the actress Greer Grammer, Mason Grammer, and Faith Grammer; and two half-brothers: Jude and Gabriel.[1] She attended Marymount Manhattan College in New York City.[1]


Grammer’s first role was as a child, appearing uncredited on the show Cheers.[1]

Grammer played the female lead, Casey Cartwright, in the ABC Family series Greek.[2] The show followed the life of a sister (Grammer) and her geeky brother, Rusty Cartwright, played by Jacob Zachar, as they navigate college and life within the world of the Greek system sororities and fraternities in a midwestern Ohio college town.[3][4]

In late 2012, she was cast in an independent thriller originally titled 2br/1ba. Directed by Rob Margolies, it was scheduled to be released in May 2015 as Roommate Wanted.[5]

In 2013, Grammer starred opposite Blair Underwood in Ironside, the remake of the popular 1960s television series of the same name. On the show, she plays the female lead, Holly, part of detective Robert Ironside’s (Underwood) hand-picked team to solve the most difficult cases in the city after he is left paralyzed following a shooting.[6] The show was canceled after three episodes aired.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Grammer married James Hesketh, a firefighter, on February 11, 2011.[8] On October 10, 2011, she gave birth to their son, Emmett Emmanual Hesketh.[9][10]


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Path of Most Resistance, TheThe Path of Most Resistance Prudence Short film
2006 Beautiful Ohio Carlene
2007 Descent Stephanie (uncredited)
2011 Missing William Jill
2013 In Lieu of Flowers Rachel
2015 Roommate Wanted Dee
2016 Beyond Paradise Rachel
Year Title Role Notes
1992 Cheers Little Girl Episode: “One Hugs, the Other Doesn’t”
2004 Clubhouse Sheila Episode: “Pilot”
Episode: “Chin Music”
2005 Clubhouse Sheila Episode: “Road Trip”
2005 Jonny Zero Dora Episode: “Pilot”
2005 Third Watch Kimmie Haynes Episode: “Kingpin Rising”
2006 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Katie Episode: “Infected”
2006 Bedford Diaries, TheThe Bedford Diaries Lee’s Classmate Episode: “Love and the Tenth Planet”
2006 Six Degrees Nanny Episode: “Pilot”
2006 As the World Turns Dr. Lucy Montgomery TV series
2007–2011 Greek Casey Cartwright 74 episodes, Lead role
2009 Robot Chicken Atlantis / Mother (voice) Episode: “Please Do Not Notify Our Contractors”
2012 CSI: NY Kim Barnett Episode: “Flash Pop”
2013 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Ella St James Episode: “Dead Air”
2013 Ironside Holly Main cast
2013-present Rick and Morty Summer Main cast[11]
2014 Royal Pains Ashley Episode: “Everybody Loves Ray, Man”
2014 Chicago PD Jenn Cassidy Episode: “Called in Dead”
2015 Mr. Robinson Ashleigh Willows Series regular
2016 Scorpion Airman Woodrow Episode: “Civil War”

Adriana Lima

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Adriana Lima

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Born (1981-06-12) June 12, 1981 (age 35)
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil[1]
Nationality Brazilian, Serbian[2]
Religion Catholic
Spouse(s) Marko Jaric (m. 2009; div. 2016)
Children 2
Website www.adrianalima.com
Modeling information
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[3]
Hair color Dark Brown[3]
Eye color Blue[3]
Manager The Society Management[3]

Adriana Lima (Brazilian Portuguese: [adɾiˈãnɐ ˈlimɐ]; born June 12, 1981) is a Brazilian model and actress, best known as a Victoria’s Secret Angel[5] since 2000 (being their longest-running model), as a spokesmodel for Maybelline cosmetics from 2003 to 2010 and for her Super Bowl and Kia Motors commercials. At the age of 15, Lima finished first in Ford’s “Supermodel of Brazil” competition, and took second place the following year in the Ford “Supermodel of the World” competition before signing with Elite Model Management in New York City. In 2012, she came in 4th on the Forbes top-earning models list, estimated to have earned $7.3 million in one year. In 2013, she came in 3rd place and in 2014 she came in 2nd place with earnings of $8 million. In 2015, she came in 2nd place with earnings of $9 million.[6]

Lima is the current brand ambassador for the Barcelona-based clothing brand Desigual, along with Canadian model Winnie Harlow.

Early life[edit]

Lima was born Adriana Francesca Lima on June 12, 1981 in Salvador, Brazil.[7] The surname “Lima” is of Portuguese origin.

About her ethnicity, Lima stated that she is of Indigenous, Swiss, African, Japanese and West Indian ancestry.[citation needed]

Adriana speaks four languages: her native Portuguese, English, Italian and Spanish.[8]

Lima never thought about being a model, although she had won many beauty pageants in elementary school.[9] However, she had a friend at school who wanted to enter a modeling contest and did not want to enter alone, so Lima entered with her. Both sent in pictures, and the contest sponsor soon asked Lima to come out for the competition. Soon after, at the age of 15, she entered and finished in first place in Ford’s “Supermodel of Brazil” model search. She subsequently entered the 1996 Ford “Supermodel of the World” contest and finished in second place.[10][11]

Career and modeling[edit]

Lima in 2007

Three years later, Lima moved to New York City and signed with Elite Model Management. After acquiring representation, Lima’s modeling portfolio quickly began to expand, and she appeared in numerous international editions of Vogue and Marie Claire.

Her first magazine cover was Marie Claire Brazil in September 1998.[citation needed] Her first Vogue cover was the Italian Vogue Gioiello in September 2000, on their 20th Anniversary issue.[12]

As a runway model, she has walked the catwalks for designers such as Rosa Cha, Blue man, Fashion’s Night Out, Caio Gobbi, Fause Haten, M. Officer, Luca Luca, Liverpool Fashion, Dosso Dossi, Carmen Steffens, Cía Maritima, Agua de Coco, Lino Villaventura, Forum, Vassarette, Zoomp, Joan Vass, Cori, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, Giles Deacon, Carmen Marc Valvo, Emanuel Ungaro, Baby Phat, Giorgio Armani, Balmain, Bottega Veneta, Sportmax, Vera Wang, Valentino, Miu Miu, Givenchy, Versace, Cividini, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Jason Wu, Marc Jacobs, Christian Dior, Paco Rabanne, Victoria’s Secret, Sean John, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Desigual, Cynthia Rowley, Sully Bonnelly, Anna Sui, Guy Laroche, John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Yigal Azrouël, Ralph Lauren, Christian Lacroix, Escada, Nanette Lepore, Richard Tyler, Triton and Betsey Johnson.

Lima became a GUESS? girl in 2000, appearing in that year’s fall ad campaign. She also appeared in the book A Second Decade of Guess? Images.[1]

Lima continued to build upon her portfolio, doing more print work for Maybelline, for whom she worked as a spokesmodel from 2003[10][13] until 2009, the same year she appeared in the company’s first calendar[14] and did an ad campaign for Swatch.[15] Lima has also worked for notable fashion brands bebe, Armani, Versace, De Beers, Elie Saab, Colcci, Schiaparelli, Prada, Intimissimi, Guess?, Loewe, H&M, Bulgari, Miu Miu, Donna Karen, Emporio Armani, Givenchy, Keds, Mossimo, Jason Wu, Balmain, Blumarine, Marc Jacobs, Maybelline, BCBG and Louis Vuitton.

She also appeared on the covers and in the editorials of other fashion magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, GQ, Arena, Vogue, V, Esquire and French Revue des Modes.[16]

Her April 2006 GQ cover was the highest-selling issue of that magazine for the year.[17] It is also one of the biggest selling issues of the publication ever.[18] The magazine named her “The World’s Most Voluptuous Virgin”.[19]

Victoria’s Secret Angels Lima (left), Marisa Miller and Selita Ebanks ride in the Guantanamo Bay Christmas Parade Dec 1, 2007 in a Cadillac Eldorado

In 2006, Lima ranked as the fifth highest paid supermodel. In 2007 and 2008, she ranked as the world’s fourth highest paid supermodel by Forbes Magazine.[17][20][21][22]

In 2008, she again fronted the cover of GQ, this time, attracting a record number of visits to the publication’s website.[23] She also appeared in the 2005 Pirelli Calendar[1] and became the face of Italy’s cell phone carrier, Telecom Italia Mobile, a move that earned her the nickname, “the Catherine Zeta-Jones of Italy.”[24]

In February 2008, Lima was featured on the cover of Esquire, re-creating the classic 1966 Angie Dickinson cover on Esquire’s 75th anniversary. She appeared only in shoes, diamonds and gloves for the November 2007 issue of Vanity Fair celebrating 20 years of supermodels with her fellow Angels.[25] In February 2008, she was chosen to be the face of Mexico’s Liverpool department store chain and launched the partnership with a press conference, runway show, and summer campaign.[26]

Lima returned to the high fashion runway in 2009, walking for Givenchy.[27] That same year, after visiting Turkey, Lima signed a contract with Doritos to appear in print campaigns and commercials which began airing in Turkey that April.[28] She was also one of the faces of Givenchy for the Fall/Winter 2009 season.[29] Lima is one of the two faces of Blumarine‘s Fall/Winter 2011 season.[30]

In 2011, Lima signed a deal as a spokeswoman for Megacity by Votsu, a Brazilian social gaming company, to appear in their commercials.[31] She also became the face of Brazilian luxury brand, Forum for their F/W and S/S seasons.[32] Lima has worked with the most established photographers in fashion such as Annie Leibovitz, Juergen Teller, Bruce Weber, J.R. Duran, Paolo Roversi, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matidin, Vincent Peters, Mario Sorrenti, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Steven Meisel, David Sims and Mario Testino.[33]

She became the face of Donna Karan‘s spring 2012 advertising campaign, which was accused of having racist undertones due to a photo featuring Lima posing in front of huddled local Haitians.[34]

In early 2012, Turkish clothing company Mavi Jeans, made a contract with Lima to be the face and spokesmodel for the brand. In the first quarter of 2012, her advertisement campaign increased sales to 50%, the highest increase in products sales. It also provided 20% increase in stores and online traffic. Furthermore, her television commercial which was watched by 28 million people became a trending topic at Twitter and the number of people now on Mavi’s Facebook page have increased by 20%. Store officials at Mavi say the clothing Lima wore in the ad campaigns were met with so much demand that, they ran out of stock. Due to her success rate with the company, the European and Russian branch of Mavi decided to make her the global face of the brand.[35][36]

Lima was photographed by artist Richard Phillips on the famed Copacabana sidewalk in Brazil for Visionaire no. 62 which was released in mid-2012.[37] Lima is the subject of a painting by Phillips at Gagosian Gallery’s 24th Street Gallery in New York.[38]

In an interview, Phillips talks about Lima: “She’s so powerful,really an entity, in a way”. Then added: “You meet her and there’s a generosity of spirit and very friendly and easy manner, and then all of sudden, the lights go on, and you realize you’re working with this absolutely extraordinary person who’s capable of creating these powerful images.”[39]

She is – for the second time – featured in the Pirelli calendar by setting a record of being the first pregnant woman to be ever featured in the calendar for the 2013 edition.[40]

In July 2013, Spanish fashion brand Desigual announced that Lima will be the face of the brand during Barcelona Fashion Week Spring Summer ’14,[41] following Bar Refaeli in the same role on January 2013.[42]

In 2013, she ranked as the third highest paid supermodel according to Forbes. In 2014, she ranked as the world’s second highest paid supermodel with earnings of $8 million.[43]

In 2015, she became the face of Vogue Eyewear[44] and of Marc Jacobs‘ fragance Decadence.[45] In the same year, she was ranked as the world’s second highest paid supermodel with earnings of $9 million.[46]

Victoria’s Secret[edit]

Adriana Lima with the 2010 Fantasy Bra.

Lima is probably best known for her work with Victoria’s Secret. Her first fashion show for the company came in 1999, and since being contracted as an Angel in 2000, she has appeared on subsequent shows ever since, opening the show in 2003, 2007, 2008, and 2010.[47] In 2012, she opened the show for the 5th time less than two months after giving birth to her second child.[48][49]

In 2004, she was part of the five Angels promoting Victoria’s Secret nationwide in the so-called “Angels Across America”-Tour alongside Tyra Banks, Heidi Klum, Gisele Bündchen and Alessandra Ambrosio.[50] She missed the 2009 show due to her pregnancy.[51] Lima has appeared on several television ads for the brand, including the praised and criticized[52][53] “Angel in Venice” commercial of 2003 with Bob Dylan.

2008 continued for Lima with hosting the What Is Sexy? program for the E! Entertainment Network and a July tour for the BioFit Uplift Bra launch. She was also featured in November’s Miracle Bra relaunch.[54][55] Topping the year off, Lima wore the “Fantasy Bra” for the 2008 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The bra, created by American jewelry designer Martin Katz, was set with 3,575 black diamonds, 117 certified 1 carat (200 mg) white round diamonds, 34 rubies, and two black diamond drops totaling 100 carats (20 g). Valued at over $5 million, the bra carried more than 1,500 carats (300 g).[56]

In 2010, she again wore the Fantasy Bra, called the Victoria’s Secret Bombshell Fantasy Bra. The bra which weighs in at 142 carats with 60 carats of white diamonds and 82 carats of topazes and sapphires is worth 2 million dollars.[57] She wore the fantasy bra again in 2014, along with Alessandra Ambrosio, with each bra valuing $2,000,000.

Super Bowl ads[edit]

Lima’s 2008 solo Victoria’s Secret’s Super Bowl XLII ad was the single most-seen ad of the game, watched by 103.7 million viewers.[58] In February 2012, Lima became the only celebrity to ever star in two Super Bowl commercials in one game. She starred in Super Bowl XLVI commercials for online flower service Teleflora and Kia Motors in early 2012 which was watched by more than 200 million viewers.[59][60] Her Kia Motors Super Bowl commercial – promoting the new Kia Optima – sent sales to their highest mark since the design debuted. Sales were up 31% from January 2012 and 138.6% from February 2012.[61][62] The commercial was also voted No.3 out of the 55 commercials on USA TODAY and Facebook’s Super Bowl Ad Meter.[63][64] A teaser of the commercial was released in movie theaters in January before the game. It is believed to be the first time a Super Bowl commercial premiered in movie theaters.[65]

Forbes named her Teleflora commercial as one of the best during Super Bowl XLVI, with the comment, “Teleflora … Adriana Lima. ‘Nuff said”.[66] Among the many reviews the commercial had, The Huffington Post said: “One of the basic goals of any commercial is to capture the viewer’s attention, and by this measure, Teleflora.com’s ad featuring supermodel Adriana Lima was most definitely successful.”[67] ESPN.com noted: “This actually makes sense when you think about it: Launch your Valentine’s Day campaign in the middle of the Super Bowl. That’s actually what flower company Teleflora is doing on Sunday. Even smarter? Hire supermodel Adriana Lima to star in it.”[68]


Lima’s first acting role was the wife, alongside Mickey Rourke and Forest Whitaker, in The Follow (2001), a short film in BMW‘s series The Hire, starring Clive Owen and directed by Wong Kar-wai.[23] She also appeared with her fellow Angels in a guest spot playing herself in the series How I Met Your Mother in November 2007. She also played herself, along with fellow Victoria’s Secret Angels, in the 2013 series The Crazy Ones starring Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

In 2008, Lima appeared on the American television series Ugly Betty, where she played herself and made friends with the series’ title character, Betty.[69]

Public image[edit]

Lima was listed in the 2005 Forbes’ edition of The World’s Best-Paid Celebrities Under 25.[70] She ranked ninety-nine in the 2005 and 2006 Forbes’ edition of The Celebrity 100 lists.[71] In 2012, she was listed in Forbes Celebrity 100 power list for earning more than 7 million between May 2011 and May 2012.[72] In 2012, she ranked number eight in forbes’ “The World’s Most Powerful Latino Celebrities” list for earning more than 7 million dollars.[73]

Lima was chosen to be a part of People magazine’s 100 most beautiful people in the world list, sharing that space with the Angels, with whom she also received a star on the Hollywood “Walk of Fame” prior to the 2007 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.[74] That same year, she ranked 7th on FHMs “100 Sexiest Women 2007” list.[75]

Lima was also voted on Maxims “Hot 100” 2007 at the No.53 spot. She was voted No.1 as the Most Desirable Woman in 2005 by visitors of the men’s lifestyle website Askmen.com and placed 4th in 2006 and 2007, 10th in 2008, and 19th in 2009.[76][77] She received the award for “Hottest Girl on the Planet” in the 2007 Spike Guys’ Choice Awards.[78] Since November 2008, Models.com has featured her at number one on the list of the “Sexiest Models.”[79] As of July 2011, she is also ranked No. 4 in the website’s “Money Girls” list.[80] The website also lists her on “the Supers” list. The list, which has only 8 supermodels, is about supermodels that transcend the boundaries of the fashion industry and have public recognition in and out of fashion.[81] In 2010, she was voted eighth in “FHM’s Sexiest Women in the World”.[82] FHM ranked her at No. 6 in 2009, No. 21 in 2008 and No. 4 in 2007.[83]

In 2010, Lima was ranked No. 46 on the 50 most popular women on the Web according to Google search results.[84] A results from a market research study in 2011 about the UEFA Champions League released by Heineken showed that 52% of men would rather watch their team lift the Champions League trophy than go on a date with Lima. McAfee ranked Lima as the 6th most “dangerous” celebrity in cyberspace in 2010. The ranking, relating to the use of the names of popular celebrities to lure people to websites that are laden with malicious software, ranked Lima number eight in 2011.[85] Complex ranks her 4th in the list of “The 100 Hottest Supermodels of All Time”.[86] [87]

On October 6, 2015, it was announced that Adriana will have her own wax figure at the Madame Tussauds New York. She’s the first Victoria’s Secret Angel and the second Brazilian figure to join the Tussauds star lineup, after soccer star Pelé.[88] Her wax figure was unveiled on November 30, 2015.[89][90]


In a 2011 interview with The Daily Telegraph, prior to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, Lima revealed her diet regimen – nine days before the show, she drinks only protein shakes: “No liquids at all so you dry out, sometimes you can lose up to eight pounds just from that,” she says. She also stated that the last three weeks before the show, she works out twice a day.[91] The interview got negative reviews on the media and was mentioned in CNN‘s Anderson Cooper‘s “Ridiculist”.[92] Shortly afterwards, Lima defended herself in an interview with E!, “I know it’s very intense but … I just have an athlete’s mind and I appreciate doing this thing,” she said. “It’s not that I do crazy diets throughout the year. I just do it for this particular thing. After this show, I become normal again.”[93]

The Adriana Lima diet became so popular that it eventually became one of the top five most searched diets on the web in 2012 according to Google. Other celebrities on the list are Beyoncé and Michael Phelps.[94]


Lima does charitable work helping with an orphanage, “Caminhos da Luz” (Paths of Light), located in Salvador. She helps with construction to expand the orphanage, and buys clothes for poor children in Salvador, Bahia.[95] She appeared on Var mısın? Yok musun?, the Turkish version of Deal or No Deal, where her prize money went to a hospital in Istanbul for children fighting leukemia.[96]

Religious Views[edit]

Lima is a devout Roman Catholic who attends mass every Sunday. In April 2006, she told GQ that she was a virgin. “Sex is for after marriage,” she said. “[Men] have to respect that this is my choice. If there’s no respect, that means they don’t want me.” She also denounced abortion as a crime, and stated that she agrees with any teaching of the church.[97][98]

Personal life[edit]

In 2001, she began dating singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lenny Kravitz. In 2002, the couple was engaged, but less than a year later, the engagement was called off.[99]

After nine months of dating, Lima became engaged to Serbian NBA player Marko Jarić in June 2008.[100] The couple married on St. Valentine’s Day 2009 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.[101][102] In May 2009, it was reported that Lima had applied for Serbian citizenship,[103] but it was never granted to her.[104] The couple have two daughters: Valentina Lima Jarić (Serbian Cyrillic: Валентина Лима Јарић, born November 15, 2009)[105] and Sienna (Serbian Cyrillic: Сијена Лима Јарић, born September 12, 2012).[106] On May 2, 2014, Lima and Jaric announced their separation after five years of marriage.[107] The divorce was finalized in March 2016.[108]

Adriana Lima Filmography

Bobby Vee dead at age 73…TRIBUTE


Bobby Vee

Bobby Vee

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Bobby Vee
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Vee in 1962
Background information
Birth name Robert Thomas Velline
Born (1943-04-30)April 30, 1943
Fargo, North Dakota, U.S.
Died October 24, 2016(2016-10-24) (aged 73)
Rogers, Minnesota, U.S.
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, rhythm guitar, bass, piano
Years active 1959–2014
Labels Liberty Records
Website www.bobbyvee.net

Bobby Vee (born Robert Thomas Velline, April 30, 1943 – October 24, 2016) was an American pop singer who was a teen idol in the early 1960s.[1] According to Billboard magazine, he had 38 Hot 100 chart hits, 10 of which hit the Top 20.



Vee was born in Fargo, North Dakota, to Sydney Ronald Velline and Saima Cecilia Tapanila. His first single, “Suzie Baby,” was written by Vee with a nod to Buddy Holly‘s “Peggy Sue” and recorded for the Minneapolis-based Soma Records in 1959; it drew enough attention and chart action to be purchased by Liberty Records, who signed him later that year. His followup single, a cover of Adam Faith‘s UK number-one “What Do You Want?“, charted in the lower reaches of the Billboard pop chart in early 1960. His fourth release, a revival of the Cloversdoo-wop balladDevil or Angel“, brought him into the big time with U.S. buyers. His next single, “Rubber Ball“, made him an international star.

Vee’s 1961 summer release “Take Good Care of My Baby” went to number one on the Billboard U.S. listings[1] and number three in the UK Singles Chart. Known primarily as a performer of Brill Building pop material, he went on to record a string of international hits in the 1960s, including “Devil or Angel” (U.S. number six), “Rubber Ball” (1961, U.S. number six, Australia number one), “More Than I Can Say” (1961, U.K. number four), “Run to Him” (1961, U.S. number two), “The Night Has a Thousand Eyes” (1963, U.S. number three), and “Come Back When You Grow Up” (U.S. number three). When Vee recorded “Come Back When You Grow Up” in 1967, he was joined by a band called the Strangers. He also recorded, in 1961, a version of the song “Lollipop“, originally by Ronald & Ruby, which also became a success.

Vee was also a pioneer in the music video genre, appearing in several musical films, as well as in the Scopitone series of early film-and-music jukebox recordings.

He received the North Dakota Roughrider Award in 1999.

He is mentioned in the film No Direction Home regarding his brief musical association with Bob Dylan and Dylan’s suggestion that he was “Bobby Vee” after Vee’s regional hit.

The Very Best of Bobby Vee, released by EMI/UK on May 12, 2008, charted in the UK top five. On January 17, 2011, EMI/UK released Rarities, a double-CD package with 61 tracks, many of which were previously unreleased. Others included were alternate takes and first-time stereo releases as well as tracks from the album Bobby Vee Live on Tour minus the “canned” audience.

On March 28, 2011, he became the 235th inductee into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. In 2014 he was inducted into the Scandinavian-American Hall of Fame.[2]

The Day the Music Died[edit]

Vee in 2001

Vee’s career began amid tragedy. On February 3, 1959, “The Day the Music Died“, three of the four headline acts in the lineup of the traveling Winter Dance Party—Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper—were killed, along with the 21-year-old pilot, Roger Peterson, in the crash of a V-tailed 1947 Beechcraft Bonanza airplane (registration number N3974N). (Dion, the second headliner, opted not to travel on the plane.) The plane crashed near Clear Lake, Iowa, en route to the next show on the tour itinerary in Moorhead, Minnesota. Velline, then aged 15, and a hastily assembled band of Fargo schoolboys calling themselves the Shadows volunteered for and were given the unenviable job of filling in for Holly and his band at the Moorhead engagement. Their performance there was a success, setting in motion a chain of events that led to Vee’s career as a popular singer.

In 1963, Vee released a tribute album on Liberty Records called I Remember Buddy Holly. In the liner notes, Vee recalled Holly’s influence on him and the events surrounding Holly’s death:

Like so many other people, I became a Buddy Holly fan the very first time I heard him sing. I’ve been a fan ever since and I guess I always will be. I remember a few years ago when Buddy was scheduled to appear at a dance in my home town of Fargo, North Dakota. It was going to be a big event for the whole town, but even more so for me. I was anxiously looking forward to seeing Buddy in action.

The day he was to arrive disaster struck, taking Buddy’s life, along with the lives of two other fine singers, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper. The shocking news spread through Fargo very quickly. The local radio station broadcast a plea for local talent to entertain at the scheduled dance. About a week before this, I had just organized a vocal and instrumental group of five guys. Our style was modelled after Buddy’s approach and we had been rehearsing with Buddy’s hits in mind. When we heard the radio plea for talent, we went in and volunteered. We hadn’t even named the group up to that time, so we gave ourselves a name on the spot, calling ourselves The Shadows. We appeared at the dance and were grateful to be enthusiastically accepted. Soon afterwards, I made my first record. It was called “Suzie Baby” and I was pretty lucky with it; it was a fair-sized hit.

For some time now, I have wanted to make an album in tribute to Buddy, but I wasn’t sure it was the proper thing to do. However, during the past year, I have received many requests to do such an album. These requests came not only from my fans and from DJs, but also from Buddy’s loyal following—still a large group of devoted fans. It…. gave me the confidence to do the album. From “Suzie Baby” to this present album, I have made many records, but I have never forgotten Buddy Holly and his influence on my singing style and my career.

Vee went on to become a bona fide star and regularly performed at the Winter Dance Party memorial concerts in Clear Lake. His sons are all musicians and have performed with him there.

Connection with Bob Dylan[edit]

Early in Vee’s career, a musician named Elston Gunnn [sic] briefly toured with the band.[3][4][5] “Gunnn”, whose birth name was Robert Allen Zimmerman, later went on to fame as Bob Dylan.

Dylan’s autobiography, Chronicles, Volume One, mentions Vee and provides complimentary details about their friendship, both professional and personal.

In a concert at Midway Stadium in St. Paul, Minnesota, on July 10, 2013, Dylan said he had been on the stage with many stars, but that none of them were as meaningful as Vee. He said Vee was in the audience and then played Vee’s hit “Suzie Baby” with emotion. Dylan said (in an audio recording of the concert),

Thank you everyone, thank you friends. I left here a while back, and since that time, I’ve played all over the world, with all kinds of people. And everybody from Mick Jagger to Madonna. And everybody in there in between. I’ve been on the stage with most of those people. But the most meaningful person I’ve ever been on the stage with, was a man who is here tonight, who used to sing a song called “Suzie Baby”. I want to say that Bobby Vee is actually here tonight. Maybe you can show your appreciation with just a round of applause. So, we’re gonna try to do this song, like I’ve done it with him before once or twice.

Personal life[edit]

Vee and Karen Bergen were engaged July 1, 1963, and married December 28, 1963.[6] They had four children: Jeffery Robert Velline (b. Jan 3, 1965), Thomas Paul Velline (b. October 25, 1966), Robert Bryon Velline (b. August 4, 1967), and Jennifer Joanne Velline (b. May 31, 1972). Karen died of kidney failure on August 3, 2015.[7]

On April 29, 2012, Vee announced on his website that a year prior he had been diagnosed with an early stage of Alzheimer’s disease and consequently would withdraw from the music business.[8]

On October 24, 2016, Vee died in Rogers, Minnesota, from complications of early onset Alzheimer’s disease.[9][10]


Further information: Bobby Vee discography


  • Swingin’ Along (1962), Lippert Films, color, 74 minutes, director: Charles Barton, producer: Jack Leewood, screenplay: Arthur Morton.
A comedy about a songwriting contest, originally released in 1961 as Double Trouble. Scenes were added of Ray Charles (doing “What’d I Say”) and Bobby Vee (“More Than I Can Say”).
  • Play it Cool (1962), Allied Artists, black and white, 82 minutes, director: Michael Winner, producers: Leslie Parkyn, Julian Wintle, screenplay: Jack Henry.
Selection of early 1960s performers woven through a plot about a bratty, rich teenage girl looking for her boyfriend. Vee sings “At A Time Like This”.
  • Just for Fun (1963), Columbia Pictures, black and white, 85 minutes, director: Gordon Fleming, producer and screenplay: Milton Subotsky.
British teens win the right to vote, so the two major political parties strive to win this new voting bloc to their sides. Meanwhile, there’s a parade of pop stars including Freddy Cannon, Ketty Lester, Jeremy Lloyd, Bobby Vee, the Crickets, the Springfields, Jet Harris, Tony Meehan, Joe Brown and the Bruvvers, the Tornados, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes and Johnny Tillotson. Vee sings “All You Gotta Do Is Touch Me” and “The Night Has A Thousand Eyes”.
  • C’mon, Let’s Live a Little (1967), Paramount Pictures, color, 85 minutes; director: David Butler; producers: John Herelandy, June Starr; screenplay: June Starr.
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    A Bobby Vee discography

    Chart singles[edit]

    Year of release Titles (A-side, B-side)
    Both sides from same album except where indicated
    Label Chart Positions Album
    U.S. Billboard Pop Chart U.S. Billboard AC UK Singles Chart[1] U.S. Billboard R&B Chart Cashbox Singles Charts Canadian RPM Charts
    1959 “Suzie Baby”
    B-side: “Flyin’ High” (Non-album track)
    Soma 1110
    Liberty 55208
    77 Bobby Vee’s Golden Greats
    1960 “What Do You Want”
    B-side: “My Love Loves Me”
    Liberty 55234 93 Non-album tracks
    “One Last Kiss”
    B-side: “Laurie” (from Bobby Vee with Strings and Things)
    Liberty 55251 112 91 Bobby Vee
    Devil or Angel” / Liberty 55270 6 22 4 Bobby Vee Sings Your Favorites
    “Since I Met You Baby” 81
    Rubber Ball
    B-side: “Everyday” (from Bobby Vee Sings Your Favorites)
    Liberty 55287 6 4 6 Bobby Vee
    1961 “Stayin’ In” / Liberty 55296 33 flip 32
    More Than I Can Say 61 4 48
    How Many Tears” / Liberty 55325 63 10 43 Bobby Vee with Strings and Things
    Baby Face 119 97
    Take Good Care of My Baby[2]
    B-side: “Bashful Bob” (from Bobby Vee with Strings and Things)
    Liberty 55354 1 3 1 Take Good Care Of My Baby
    Run to Him” / Liberty 55388 2 6 4
    “Walkin’ With My Angel” 53 89
    1962 Please Don’t Ask About Barbara” / Liberty 55419 15 29 18 A Bobby Vee Recording Session
    “I Can’t Say Goodbye” 92 90
    Sharing You” / Liberty 55451 15 10 20
    “In My Baby’s Eyes” 121
    Punish Her” / Liberty 55479 20 32 Bobby Vee’s Golden Greats
    “Someday (When I’m Gone From You)” 99 129 Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets
    A Forever Kind of Love
    B-side: “Remember Me, Huh?” (from Take Good Care Of My Baby)
    Liberty 10046 (UK) 13 A Bobby Vee Recording Session
    The Night Has a Thousand Eyes” / Liberty 55521 3 2 3 8 4 The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
    1963 “Anonymous Phone Call” 110 108
    Charms“/ Liberty 55530 13 5 15 Golden Greats, Volume 2
    “Bobby Tomorrow” 21 Non-album track
    “Be True To Yourself” / Liberty 55581 34 36 Golden Greats, Volume 2
    “A Letter From Betty” 85 100 Non-album track
    “Never Love a Robin” / Liberty 55636 99 101 Golden Greats, Volume 2
    “Yesterday and You” 55 53
    1964 “Stranger In Your Arms” / Liberty 55654 83 90 Non-album tracks
    “1963” tag
    “I’ll Make You Mine”
    B-side: “She’s Sorry”
    Liberty 55670 52 54 Bobby Vee Sings The New Sound From England!
    “Hickory, Dick And Doc”
    B-side: “I Wish You Were Mine Again” (Non-album track)
    Liberty 55700 52 81 18 Golden Greats, Volume 2
    “Where Is She”
    B-side: “How To Make A Farewell”
    Liberty 55726 120 Non-album tracks
    1965 “Every Little Bit Hurts” / Liberty 55751 84 89 Golden Greats, Volume 2
    “Pretend You Don’t See Her” 97 80
    “Cross My Heart”
    B-side: “This Is The End” (Non-album track)
    Liberty 55761 99 101
    “Keep On Trying”
    B-side: “You Won’t Forget Me” (from The Night Has A Thousand Eyes)
    Liberty 55790 85 84
    “Run Like The Devil”
    B-side: “Take A Look Around Me” (Non-album track)
    Liberty 55828 124 106 Do What You Gotta Do
    1966 “A Girl I Used To Know”
    B-side: “Gone” (Non-album track)
    Liberty 55854 133 Golden Greats, Volume 2
    “Look at Me Girl”
    B-side: “Save A Love” (Non-album track)
    Liberty 55877 52 67 53 Look At Me Girl
    1967 Come Back When You Grow Up
    Original B-side: “That’s All In The Past” (from Look At Me Girl)
    B-side on later pressings: “Swahili Serenade” (Non-album track)
    Liberty 55964 3 3 Come Back When You Grow Up
    “Beautiful People”
    B-side: “I May Be Gone” (from Come Back When You Grow Up)
    Liberty 56009 37 27 Just Today
    1968 “Maybe Just Today”
    B-side: “You’re A Big Girl Now” (from Come Back When You Grow Up)
    Liberty 56014 46 38
    “Medley: My Girl/Hey Girl
    B-side: “Just Keep It Up (And See What Happens)”
    Liberty 56033 35 17 32
    “Do What You Gotta Do”
    B-side: “Thank You”
    Liberty 56057 83 65 62 Do What You Gotta Do
    “(I’m Into Lookin’ For) Someone To Love Me”
    B-side: “Thank You” (from Do What You Gotta Do)
    Liberty 56080 98 92 84 Gates, Grills and Railings
    1969 “Let’s Call It A Day Girl” / Liberty 56124 92 97 79 Non-album tracks
    “I’m Gonna Make It Up To You” 132
    1970 “In And Out Of Love”
    B-side: “Electric Trains And You”
    Liberty 56149 111 105
    “Sweet Sweetheart”
    B-side: “Rock and Roll Music and You”
    Liberty 56208 88 94
    1971 “Signs”
    B-side: “Something To Say”
    United Artists 50755 125


    Note: Cashbox featured separate charts for stereo and mono albums until 1965 when both charts were merged into one

    Release date Album Label Chart Positions
    Billboard Cashbox Mono Cashbox Stereo
    1960 Bobby Vee Sings Your Favorites Liberty LRP-3165 (Mono)/LST-7165 (Stereo)
    1961 Bobby Vee Liberty LRP-3181/LST-7181 18 46
    1961 Bobby Vee with Strings and Things Liberty LRP-3186/LST-7186 47
    1961 Hits of the Rockin’ 50’s Liberty LRP-3205/LST-7205 85
    1962 Take Good Care Of My Baby Liberty LRP-3211/LST-7211 91 29 29
    1962 Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets Liberty LRP-3228/LST-7228 42
    1962 A Bobby Vee Recording Session Liberty LRP-3232/LST-7232 121
    1962 Bobby Vee’s Golden Greats Liberty LRP-3245/LST-7245 24 22
    1962 Merry Christmas From Bobby Vee Liberty LRP-3267/LST-7267 136
    1963 The Night Has A Thousand Eyes Liberty LRP-3285/LST-7285 102 51
    1963 Bobby Vee Meets The Ventures Liberty LRP-3289/LST-7289 91
    1963 I Remember Buddy Holly Liberty LRP-3336/LST-7336 54
    1964 Bobby Vee Sings The New Sound From England! Liberty LRP-3352/LST-7352 146
    1964 30 Big Hits Of The 60’s Liberty LRP-3385/LST-7385 95
    1965 Live! On Tour Liberty LRP-3393/LST-7393
    1966 30 Big Hits Of The 60’s, Volume 2 Liberty LRP-3448/LST-7448
    1966 Golden Greats, Volume 2 Liberty LRP-3464/LST-7464
    1966 Look At Me Girl Liberty LRP-3480/LST-7480
    1967 Come Back When You Grow Up Liberty LRP-3534/LST-7534 66 37
    1968 Just Today Liberty LRP-3554/LST-7554 187
    1968 Do What You Gotta Do Liberty LST-7592
    1969 Gates, Grills and Railings Liberty LST-7612
    1972 Nothin’ Like A Sunny Day United Artists UAS 5656
    1973 Legendary Masters Series United Artists UA-LA025-G2
    1975 The Very Best Of Bobby Vee United Artists UA-LA 332E

    “The Very Best of Bobby Vee” (12 May 2008) has been certified silver in the UK.

Danika Yarosh

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Born Danika Yarosh
(1998-10-01) October 1, 1998 (age 18)
Morristown, New Jersey, USA
Residence Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality American
Occupation Actress, dancer
Years active 2004–present
Height 163 cm (5 ft 4 in)
  • Mani Yarosh (sister)
  • Peter Yarosh (brother)

Danika Yarosh (born October 1, 1998) is an American actress. She is the younger sister of Mani Yarosh.[1]


Yarosh is the second youngest of four siblings. Her older sister, Amanda “Mani” Yarosh,[2] played Ingrid in the science fiction film Project Almanac. She also has a brother, Peter Yarosh, who appeared in the short film One Trick Dieter.

The name Danika is of Slavic origin and means “morning star”. Danika is called Dani Ann by her family.[3]

Yarosh played the would be daughter of Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back.


Year Title Role Notes
2004 The Stepford Wives Child in town fair Uncredited[4]
2010 Crush Sarah short movie
2010 Celebrity Ghost Stories Young Daryl TV Documenter show
2010 A Breath Away Maria short movie
2011 30 Rock School Girl 1 episode
2011 Angel Abbey short movie
2011 Nerd Wars Ivanka short movie
2011 A Christmas Wedding Tail Madison TV Movie[4]
2012 In Plain Sight Bonnie Arnett/Bonnie Wilson 1 episode
2012 Retribution Ashlee Simmons TV Movie
2012 Tar Irine
2013 1600 Penn Jessica 1 episode
2013-2014 See Dad Run Olivia 9 episodes
2014-2015 Shameless Holly Herkimer 11 episodes
2010-2015 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Ariel Thornhill/Nicole Goshgarian 3 episodes
2015-2016 Heroes Reborn Malina Bennett lead role (13 episodes)
2016 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Samantha Dayton



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Diane Kruger

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Diane Kruger

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Diane Kruger
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Kruger at the Peabody Awards in 2014
Born Diane Heidkrüger
(1976-07-15) 15 July 1976 (age 40)
Algermissen, West Germany
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1992–present
Height 1.66 m (5 ft 5 12 in)
Spouse(s) Guillaume Canet (m. 2001–06)

Diane Kruger (German pronunciation: [diˈa:nə ˈkru:ɡɐ]; born Diane Heidkrüger; 15 July 1976) is a German actress and former fashion model. She is known for roles such as Helen in the epic war film Troy (2004), Dr. Abigail Chase in the adventure/heist film National Treasure (2004) and its sequel (2007), Bridget von Hammersmark in the Quentin Tarantino-directed war film Inglourious Basterds (2009), Anna in the sci-fi drama Mr. Nobody (2009), and Gina in the psychological thriller film Unknown (2011). She plays the Seeker/Lacey in the romantic sci-fi thriller The Host (2013). From 2013 to 2014, she starred as Detective Sonya Cross in the FX television crime drama series The Bridge. She also played Marie Antoinette in the acclaimed French-language film Farewell, My Queen, opposite Léa Seydoux.

Early life[edit]

She was born as Diane Heidkrüger on 15 July 1976 in Algermissen, West Germany, in the west, near Hildesheim, the daughter of computer specialist Hans-Heinrich Heidkrüger, and his wife, Maria-Theresa, a bank employee.[1] She was brought up Roman Catholic[2] and attended Catholic school.[3] She has stated that one of her grandmothers was Polish.[4]

She was brought up in Germany with her younger brother, Stefan. Her mother sent her to student exchange programmes when she was a teenager to improve her English.[5] As a child, Kruger wanted to become a ballerina[6] and successfully auditioned for the Royal Ballet School in London. However, after an injury ended her ballet career prematurely, Kruger moved to Paris and turned her energy toward modelling and learning French.



In 1992, Kruger represented Germany in the Elite Model Look[7] and started modelling afterwards. Despite her relatively short stature for a model, she managed to land prestigious bookings such as advertisements from Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Salvatore Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani, Jil Sander, Christian Dior, Burberry and Louis Vuitton; runway shows from Marc Jacobs, D&G and Sonia Rykiel as well as appearances on the cover of Vogue Paris, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan to her modeling repertoire.[8] She gradually stopped modelling after deciding to pursue a career in acting.


Kruger at the 2009 Venice Film Festival

Kruger soon became interested in acting and took lessons at the Cours Florent. She landed some small appearances in several French films. She made her film debut in 2002, opposite Dennis Hopper and Christopher Lambert in The Piano Player, a TV film by Jean-Pierre Roux. Her first major acting role was the same year when she starred in her then husband’s directorial début Mon Idole.

She played Julie Wood in 2003’s Michel Valliant and Lisa in Wicker Park (2004), alongside Josh Hartnett and Rose Byrne. One of her more high-profile roles to date is her portrayal of Helen of Sparta in Wolfgang Petersen‘s epic Troy. She was ranked 50th on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2005.[9] In 2004, Kruger starred with Nicolas Cage and Sean Bean (who co-starred with her in Troy) in the film National Treasure, going on to appear in films Joyeux Noël (2005) and Copying Beethoven (2006). She reprised her role as Dr. Abigail Chase in National Treasure: Book of Secrets, released in December 2007.

Kruger at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival.

Kruger was the hostess of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.[10] Kruger was a jury member of the 58th Berlin International Film Festival in 2008. The festival is chaired by Costa Gavras.

In 2009, she co-starred as a German actress turned Allied spy in Quentin Tarantino‘s film Inglourious Basterds. In December 2009, she announced the nominations of the 67th Golden Globe Awards and also picked up nominations from the Screen Actors’ Guild for Best Supporting Actress and Outstanding Performance by a Cast of a Motion Picture for her role in Inglourious Basterds.[11]

Kruger played Anna in Jaco Van Dormael‘s Mr. Nobody. Critical response has praised the film’s artistry and Kruger’s acting.[12] Kruger made a cameo appearance in an April 2010 episode of the Fox show Fringe, in which her boyfriend, actor Joshua Jackson, is a star. In 2010, Kruger also appeared in Mark Ronson‘s music video for “Somebody to Love Me“, where she plays Boy George.

In the 2011 film Unknown, Kruger starred as Gina, a Bosnian illegal immigrant and key character alongside leading actor Liam Neeson.[13] It was also announced in 2011 that Kruger had replaced Eva Green in the role of Marie Antoinette in the French-language film, Les Adieux à la Reine.[14] In 2012, she was named as a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.[15] The festival is chaired by Nanni Moretti. She starred in the film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer‘s novel The Host, which was released in March 2013.[16] More recently, Kruger portrayed El Paso, Texas, police officer Sonya Cross on FX’s The Bridge, which aired in 2013.[17]

In 2015, after Berlin and Cannes, she was named as a member of the Jury for the Main Competition at the 2015 Venice Film Festival. The festival is chaired by Alfonso Cuarón.


Kruger is a brand ambassador for Swiss watch manufacturer Jaeger-LeCoultre.[18] In December 2009, she was announced as the global “spokesmodel” of L’Oréal.[19] It was announced in May 2010 that she would become the latest face for Calvin Klein‘s newest fragrance line, Beauty.[20]

Personal life[edit]

In 1999, she began dating French actor and director Guillaume Canet.[21] They were married on 1 September 2001.[22] They acted together in 2005’s Joyeux Noël, but divorced in 2006, though they remain friends.[23] Kruger later said that the marriage was not successful because their careers had kept them occupied in different parts of the world.[24]

She began dating actor Joshua Jackson in 2006.[25] During an interview with magazine Glamour, she said, “Without sounding pessimistic, I learned that I don’t believe in marriage. I believe in a commitment that you make in your heart. There’s no paper that will make you stay. A guy friend of mine said, and it made a lot of sense, that people should get married at the end of the road, not the beginning.”[26] Jackson has expanded on this point by saying in an interview that one of the reasons that he and Kruger had not married is that neither of them was religious. Jackson and Kruger ended their relationship in 2016, after 10 years together.[27]

Besides German, Kruger speaks English and French fluently. She is a friend of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.[28] Kruger divides her time among Paris, Vancouver and Los Angeles.[citation needed] As of May 2013[update], she was living in Los Angeles for her role in The Bridge.

Kruger is a permanent resident of the United States.[29]


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Point de lendemain Short subject
2002 Duelles Sabine Episode: “Mauvaise conduite”
2002 The Piano Player Erika
2002 Not For, or Against (Quite the Contrary) A call girl French title: Ni pour, ni contre (bien au contraire)
2002 Mon Idole Clara Broustal English title: Whatever You Say
2003 Michel Vaillant Julie Wood
2004 Troy Helen
2004 Wicker Park Lisa
2004 Narco La fille du night-club
2004 National Treasure Abigail Chase
2005 Joyeux Noël Anna Sørensen
2005 Frankie Frankie
2006 Les Brigades du Tigre Constance Radetsky English title: The Tiger Brigades
2006 Copying Beethoven Anna Holtz
2007 Goodbye Bafana Gloria Gregory
2007 Days of Darkness Véronica Star French title: L’Âge des ténèbres
2007 The Hunting Party Mirjana
2007 National Treasure: Book of Secrets Abigail Chase
2008 Anything for Her Lisa
2009 Inglourious Basterds Bridget von Hammersmark
2009 Mr. Nobody Anna
2010 Inhale Diane Stanton
2010 Fringe Miranda Green Episode: “Olivia. In the Lab. With the Revolver.
2010 Lily Sometimes Clara French title: Pieds nus sur les limaces
2011 Unknown Gina
2011 Forces spéciales Elsa English title: Special Forces
2012 Farewell, My Queen Queen Marie Antoinette
2012 Un plan parfait Isabelle English title: A Perfect Plan
2013 The Host The Seeker/Lacey
2013 Me, Myself and Mum Ingeborg French title: Les Garçons et Guillaume, table!
2013 The Better Angels Sarah Bush Lincoln[30]
2013 The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden Margret Wittmer Narration/Voice
2013–2014 The Bridge Detective Sonya Cross TV series
2015 Fathers and Daughters Elizabeth
2015 Disorder Jessie
2015 Sky Romy
2016 The Infiltrator Kathy Ertz

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2003 Cannes Film Festival[31] Chopard Trophy for Female Revelation N/A Won
2004 Bambi Award[32] N/A N/A Won
2004 Saturn Award Best Supporting Actress National Treasure Nominated
2007 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress – Action, Adventure National Treasure: Book of Secrets Nominated
2009 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Cast Inglourious Basterds Won
2009 Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Cast Inglourious Basterds Won
2009 San Diego Film Critics Society Best Cast Inglourious Basterds Won
2009 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress Inglourious Basterds Nominated
2009 Online Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Inglourious Basterds Won
2010 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Inglourious Basterds Won
2010 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Inglourious Basterds Nominated
2013 Newport Beach Film Festival[33] Best Actress Un plan parfait Won
2015 Elle Style Awards Best Movie Actress Won

America Ferrera

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America Ferrera

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America Ferrera
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Ferrera at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival
Born America Georgine Ferrera
(1984-04-18) April 18, 1984 (age 32)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other names Georgine Ferrera[1]
Alma mater University of Southern California
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Ryan Piers Williams (m. 2011)

America Georgine Ferrera[1] (born April 18, 1984) is an American actress. She is known for her leading role as Betty Suarez on the ABC comedy-drama television series Ugly Betty and as Amy on the NBC sitcom Superstore. Her acting garnered critical acclaim, and she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy, the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

She has featured in a number of films, including Real Women Have Curves (2002), The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) and its sequel The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008), The Dry Land (2010), Our Family Wedding (2010), and End of Watch (2012). She also had a small role in the skateboard biopic Lords of Dogtown (2005). In addition, Ferrera provides the voice of Astrid the Viking in the DreamWorks animated picture How to Train Your Dragon (2010), Cartoon Network‘s television series based on the film Dragons: Riders of Berk, Dragons: Defenders of Berk and the sequel, How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014).

Early life[edit]

Ferrera, the youngest of six children, was born in Los Angeles, California.[2] Her parents, América Griselda Ayes and Carlos Gregorio Ferrera, were originally from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and immigrated to the United States in the mid-1970s.[3] Her mother worked as the director of the housekeeping staff for one of the Hilton Hotels,[4] and stressed the importance of higher education.[5] When she was 7, her parents divorced and her father returned to Honduras.[6] Ferrera’s father died in 2010.[7]

Ferrera was raised in the Woodland Hills section of Los Angeles, where she attended Calabash Street Elementary School, George Ellery Hale Middle School and El Camino Real High School.[8] From the time she was seven years old, when she landed a small role in a school production of Hamlet and then at age 10, the role as the Artful Dodger in Oliver!, Ferrera knew that she wanted to be a performer. Her first play was Romeo and Juliet, and although only in the third grade, she went to the junior high school and auditioned and got the role of the Apothecary.[9] She acted in school plays and community theatre in Los Angeles throughout her youth, though with little help from her mother, who insisted that she pursue other interests because she was concerned her daughter would not be treated fairly.[5] Ferrera disliked her first name as a child and went by her middle name, “Georgine”, until she began acting professionally.[10]

While at El Camino High School, she took acting lessons at the age of 15 and was able to pay for them by waiting tables and babysitting. She entered the University of Southern California (USC) on a presidential scholarship, double majoring in theatre and international relations.


In July 2002, Ferrera appeared in her first television movie, Gotta Kick It Up! for The Disney Channel. While at a theatre program at Northwestern University that same year,[11] she made her feature movie debut in Real Women Have Curves. Ferrera followed this with roles in television (Touched by an Angel).[12] She also appeared in the movie Plainsong, based on the novel by Kent Haruf, which also featured Aidan Quinn and Rachel Griffiths. Ferrera played a pregnant teenager, Victoria Roubideaux, who has been kicked out of her mother’s house and she is taken in by two kindly brothers who live alone on a farm.[13] In the 2005 film How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer, she starred as Bianca, a 17-year-old third-generation Mexican-American who is disgusted with the boys in her neighborhood but finds romance with a boy from a neighboring town. In 2006, she appeared in the short film 3:52, which won the Audience Award at the San Diego Women Film Festival. Later that year, she featured in the movie Steel City, which received nominations at the Film Independent Spirit Awards and the Sundance Film Festival.[14]

In December 2005, she appeared in the Off-Broadway play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, directed by Trip Cullman. She won the lead role of Betty in Ugly Betty in 2006. Ugly Betty is an adaptation of the successful Colombian telenovela Yo soy Betty, la fea, in which Ferrera portrays a girl whom her peers find extremely unattractive, thus the series title. As Betty Suarez, Ferrera wears braces, has bushy eyebrows and a disheveled wig, and cosmetics and clothing intended to downplay her own looks, in contrast to most of the “glammed up” characters; Ferrera herself invented the term “Bettification” to describe the process of creating her onscreen persona.[15] For her role in Ugly Betty, Ferrera won the 2007 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy. As a result of the award, she was congratulated by the U.S. House of Representatives as being a role model for young Hispanics.[16] On January 28, 2007, Ferrera won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series.[17]

Ferrera in June 2010

In 2007, TIME chose Ferrera as one of the top artists and entertainers in their “Time 100: The Most Influential People In The World” issue.[18] In July 2007, Ferrera won Imagen Foundation’s Creative Achievement Award.[19] On September 16, 2007, Ferrera won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series[20] for her Ugly Betty role, the first Latina to win in that category.[citation needed] Ferrera starred as Carmen in the 2005 film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, and reprised the role in 2008’s The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. Among other film work, she supplied the voice of Astrid in the hit animated film How to Train Your Dragon (2010). She also appearred in The Dry Land which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival[21] and ran at the Dallas International Film Festival where it won the top prize in the Filmmaker Award for Best Narrative Feature.[22]

Ferrera made her London stage debut on November 7, 2011, playing Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago in London’s West End.[23] In 2012, Ferrera was featured in the four-hour documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, which premiered on PBS October 1 and 2, 2012.[24] The series introduces women and girls living in very difficult circumstances and struggling to challenge them. The Half the Sky PBS TV series is produced by Show of Force along with Fugitive Films. Ferrera starred alongside David Cross and Julia Stiles in the dark comedy It’s a Disaster, which premiered at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival and had a limited commercial release on April 12, 2013.[25]

On May 17, 2013, ABC announced that Ferrera was cast in a limited-run telenovela titled Pedro & Maria, a modern-day take on Romeo and Juliet set in Washington, D.C. The series had been in development at MTV since 2010 with Ferrera serving as director on the project, which would have interactive participation online content from viewers.[26] ABC later decided not to move forward with the series. On March 16, 2015, Ferrera was added to the cast of the upcoming NBC sitcom Superstore, portraying Amy, a 10-year veteran floor supervisor at a superstore named Cloud 9. In addition to her main role, Ferrera has co-production duties as well. The series has since been renewed for a second season.[27]

Personal life[edit]

Ferrera and her husband Ryan Piers Williams in October 2010

Ferrera first met actor, director, and writer Ryan Piers Williams when he cast her in a student film at USC.[28] The couple became engaged in June 2010,[28] and married on June 27, 2011.[29]

In May 2013, Ferrera graduated from USC, earning a bachelor’s degree in international relations, which took her ten years to complete.[30]

Ferrera has also been politically active. She was seen attending the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina,[31] pledging her support for President Barack Obama‘s re-election campaign.[32] Ferrera is also active in getting Latinos in the United States to vote through her involvement with the organization Voto Latino by appearing on various news programs.[33]

Ferrera spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.[34]


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Real Women Have Curves Ana Garcia
2004 Darkness Minus Twelve Luiza Short film
2005 How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer Blanca Garcia
2005 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Carmen Lowell
2005 Lords of Dogtown Thunder Monkey
2005 3:52 Kate
2006 Steel City Amy Barnes
2007 Muertas Rebecca Short film; also executive producer
2007 Towards Darkness (Hacia la oscuridad) Luiza Also executive producer
2007 Under the Same Moon Martha
2008 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 Carmen Lowell
2008 Tinker Bell Fawn Direct-to-video; voice
2010 The Dry Land Sarah Also executive producer
2010 Our Family Wedding Lucia Ramirez
2010 How to Train Your Dragon Astrid Hofferson Voice
2010 Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2011 Book of Dragons Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2011 Gift of the Night Fury Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2012 It’s a Disaster Hedy Galili
2012 End of Watch Officer Orozco
2012 Half the Sky Herself Documentary
2014 César Chávez Helen Chavez
2014 X/Y Silvia Also producer
2014 How to Train Your Dragon 2 Astrid Hofferson Voice
2014 Dawn of the Dragon Racers Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2016 Special Correspondents Brigida
2018 How to Train Your Dragon 3 Astrid Hofferson Voice
Year Title Role Notes
2002–08, 2010–11 Independent Lens Herself / Host Seasons 5–9, 12–13; 112 episodes
2002 Touched by an Angel Charlee Episode: “The Word”
2002 Gotta Kick It Up! Yolanda “Yoli” Vargas Disney Channel Original Movie
2004 Plainsong Victoria Roubideaux Hallmark Hall of Fame movie
2004 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation April Perez Episode: “Harvest”
2006–10 Ugly Betty Betty Suarez Main cast; 85 episodes
2011–13 The Good Wife Natalie Flores 4 episodes
2011 Handy Manny Graciela Morales Episode: “Snow Problem”; voice
2012–present DreamWorks Dragons Astrid Hofferson Main cast; voice
2014 Years of Living Dangerously Herself Episode: “Winds of Change”
2015–present Superstore Amy Dubanowski Main cast; also co-producer
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Christine Christine Main cast; 12 episodes
2015 What’s Your Emergency Brenda Fitzgerald 2 episodes

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2002 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize: Dramatic Real Women Have Curves Won
2003 Independent Spirit Award Best Debut Performance Nominated
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Nominated
2005 Satellite Award Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Female Nominated
Choice Movie Hissy Fit Nominated
2006 ALMA Award Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress Won
Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Ugly Betty Nominated
2007 ALMA Award Outstanding Actress – Television Series, Mini-Series or Television Movie Won
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Won
Creative Achievement Award N/A Won
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Ugly Betty Won
Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Won
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (shared with cast) Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Breakout Won
Choice TV Actress: Comedy Nominated
TCA Award Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated
2008 Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Won
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Nominated
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (shared with cast) Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actress: Comedy Nominated
2009 ALMA Award Actress in Television – Comedy Nominated
Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical Nominated
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Television Actress Nominated
New York Women in Film & Television Muse Award N/A Won
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Ugly Betty Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actress: Comedy Nominated
2010 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Won
Best Actress – Film The Dry Land Nominated
Our Family Wedding Nominated
2011 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actress-Animated Female Film How to Train Your Dragon Won
2016 Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Superstore Nominated

Emily Bett Rickards

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Emily Bett Rickards

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Emily Bett Rickards
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Rickards at the 2015 PaleyFest
Born Emily Bett Rickards[1]
(1991-07-24) July 24, 1991 (age 25)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2012–present

Emily Bett Rickards (born July 24, 1991) is a Canadian actress, known for portraying Felicity Smoak on The CW television series Arrow as well as all three of its spin off shows The Flash, Vixen and Legends of Tomorrow.

Early life[edit]

Rickards was born and raised in British Columbia. Beginning on her career path at a young age, she introduced herself to musical theatre and dance, with the hope of later introducing herself to more serious acting. She graduated from high school early and attended the Vancouver Film School, completing the Acting Essentials Program. After completing the program, she attended an open call audition, which gained her an agent.[1] She studied at the Alida Vocal Studio in Vancouver.[2]


Rickards appeared in the video of the Nickelback single “Never Gonna Be Alone” in 2008 and, after some minor roles, was cast as Felicity Smoak in the TV series Arrow in 2012.[3] Originally signed as a one-episode guest star,[4] her chemistry with the show’s star Stephen Amell coupled with positive fan reaction as well as her sarcastic quips led to her first being signed as a recurring co-star in the rest of the first season, and then as a series regular beginning in the second season.[4][5][6] The following year she landed the role of Lauren Phillips in the television movie Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story.[7]

In 2015, she had a supporting role in Brooklyn.


Rickards at the 2013 Comic-Con

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Random Acts of Romance Actress
2012 Bacon and Eggs Dite Short film
2012 Flicka: Country Pride Mary Malone
2014 Cowgirls ‘n Angels: Dakota’s Summer Kristin
2015 Brooklyn Patty McGuire
2016 Slumber [8]
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2012–present Arrow Felicity Smoak/Overwatch Recurring role (season 1); main role (season 2–present)
Nominated – Leo Award for Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series (2014)
Nominated – Teen Choice Award for Female Breakout Star (2014)
Nominated – Leo Award for Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series (2015)
Nominated – Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi (2015)
Won – MTV Fandom Awards: Ship Of The Year with Stephen Amell (2015) (2016)
2013 Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story Lauren Phillps Television film
2014–2016 The Flash Felicity Smoak 5 episodes; special guest star (seasons 1–3)
Nominated – Leo Award for Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series (2015)
2016 Legends of Tomorrow Felicity Smoak Episode: “River of Time”
2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Becky Simmons Episode: “Joe Jonas Wears a Maroon and Gold Letterman Jacket with White Sneakers”
Web series roles
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Never Gonna Be Alone Bride Music video
2013 Soldiers of the Apocalypse Forty Main role (8 episodes)
2013 Arrow: Blood Rush Felicity Smoak 6 episodes
2015 Very Mallory[9] Herself Voice role; guest role
2015 Vixen Felicity Smoak Guest role (1 episode, credited for 6)
2016 Paranormal Solutions Inc. Genevieve Kreme

Andrea Savage

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Andrea Savage

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Andrea Savage
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Savage at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival
Born (1973-02-20) February 20, 1973 (age 43)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Alma mater Cornell University
Occupation Actress, comedian
Years active 1995–present
Children 1 (born 2009)

Andrea Kristen Savage is an American comedic actress, writer and producer known for her comedic roles in Step Brothers, Comedy Central‘s mockumentary series Dog Bites Man, the HBO sketch comedy program Funny or Die Presents, and currently on the Hulu reality TV parody series The Hotwives.

Early life[edit]

Savage was born in Santa Monica, California. She graduated from Cornell University where she majored in government with a minor in law studies. She was a member of the Groundlings Theatre. She has performed stand-up comedy at The Improv, The Comedy Store, The Ice House and other venues around Los Angeles.


Savage began her acting career playing Renata Vargas, the Brazilian exchange student on Sweet Valley High who befriends Jessica and Lila, while eventually dating Todd Wilkins. Soon after she joined The Groundlings theater, performing weekly in their company. Savage received starring roles in Significant Others as Chelsea and in cult favorite Dog Bites Man as Tillie Sullivan. Soon after she starred in Step Brothers opposite Will Ferrell, following that with a comedy tour with Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, Demetri Martin, and Nick Swardson. She also appeared with Woody Harrelson in The Grand (2008).

After taking off time to have her first child, in 2010 Andrea reappeared in the film Dinner For Schmucks opposite Steve Carell and Paul Rudd. She also filmed two television pilots: The Strip created by Tom Lennon and Ben Garant for NBC and Wilfred, a dark Australian comedy being redone for FX. In addition, Andrea created and starred in a series of shorts for the HBO show Funny or Die Presents about a very pregnant woman trying to engage in some casual sex, as well as a series entitled “Reenactments of Actual Conversations from the Ladies Rooms of Hollywood.” She was also seen in the cult hit Party Down for Starz (Savage was originally cast as Casey Klein in the unaired pilot. Because she was pregnant, Lizzy Caplan took the role when the show went into production). Soon after, she wrote television pilots for Comedy Central, FOX studios, and NBC (produced by Jay Roach) as well as the screenplay Girls Weekend for Castle Rock Films. She also filmed opposite Hilary Swank in the film You’re Not You. Her directorial debut was in 2012 when she shot her fake PSA Republicans Get in My Vagina! which she wrote and also stars in, alongside Kate Beckinsale and Judy Greer. This premiered on Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO and is one of Funny Or Die’s most successful video shorts of all time.

In 2013, Andrea wrote a TV pilot for ABC/Sony produced by Jamie Tarses as well as another pilot for Comedy Central, River Dogs, produced by Will Ferrell’s Gary Sanchez Productions. She also acted opposite John Leguizamo as “Juicy” in an untitled John Leguizamo pilot for ABC.

Savage’s other television credits include starring roles in the FOX pilot Rebounding and Lies & The Wives We Tell Them To on NBC. Additionally, she has recently guest-starred on other popular comedies such as Modern Family, House of Lies, and The League.

Since 2014, Savage has starred alongside Danielle Schneider, Tymberlee Hill, Angela Kinsey, Kristen Schaal, and Casey Wilson in the Hulu original series The Hotwives. The series is a parody of the reality television franchise The Real Housewives on Bravo. Season one (The Hotwives of Orlando) focused on Orlando, and Hulu has since announced that a second season (now titled The Hotwives of Vegas) will premiere on August 18, 2015 and take place in Las Vegas with the same cast playing new characters.


Year Title Role Notes
1995 Song of the Sea Gertie Fitzpatrick Short film
2008 The Grand Renee Jensen
2008 Step Brothers Denise
2009 I Love You, Beth Cooper Dr. Gleason
2009 Lashisse Video short
2010 Dinner for Schmucks Robin
2011 L!fe Happens Patti
2012 Republicans, Get in My Vagina Woman #1 Video short
2013 You’re Not You Alyssa
2015 Sleeping with Other People Naomi
2017 The House Laura
Year Title Role Notes
1996–1998 Sweet Valley High Renata Vargas 22 episodes
1997 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Stacey Fink Episode: “Sabrina Gets Her License: Part 2”
1998 Suddenly Susan Episode: “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Susan’s Party”
1999 Stark Raving Mad Missy Episode: “He’s Gotta Have It”
2001 Inside Schwartz Alexa Episode: “Event Night”
2002 Good Morning, Miami Cindy Episode: “The Way to Dylan’s Heart”
2002 In-Laws Sarah Episode: “Crown Vic”
2003 West Wing, TheThe West Wing Heidi Choat Episode: “Privateers
2004 Significant Others Chelsea 12 episodes
2004–2005 King of Queens, TheThe King of Queens Kate 2 episodes
2005 Cold Case Lindsay (1982) Episode: “Schadenfreude”
2005 Stacked Barbara Episode: “A Fan for All Seasons”
2006 Dog Bites Man Tillie Sullivan Series regular
2007 Two and a Half Men Lena Episode: “Mr. McGlue’s Feedbag”
2007 Winner, TheThe Winner Donna Episode: “What Happens in Albany, Stays in Albany”
2008 Cleaner, TheThe Cleaner Nicole Episode: “Let It Ride”
Episode: “Rebecca”
2009 Glenn Martin DDS Kid (voice) Episode: “A Bromantic Getaway”
2010 Strip, TheThe Strip Jackie TV movie
2010 Party Down Annie LeGros Episode: “Precious Lights Pre-School Auction”
2010–2011 Funny or Die Presents Various 7 episodes
2011 Modern Family Holly Episode: “Go Bullfrogs!
2011 Life & Times of Tim, TheThe Life & Times of Tim Nurse (voice) Episode: “Percey Davis Boulevard/Cool Uncle Stu Balls”
2012 Life & Times of Tim, TheThe Life & Times of Tim Julie (voice) 3 episodes
2012 American Judy Gail TV pilot
2012 House of Lies Brenda Episode: “Bareback Town”
2012 Rebounding Amanda TV pilot
2012–2014 The League Gail 2 episodes
2013 Newsreaders Dr. Valerie Vesser Episode: “Pubic Hair Crisis”
2014 Kroll Show Julie Francois Episode: “#canadiansafesex”
2014 American Dad! Sex Ed Teacher (voice) Episode: “News Glances with Genevieve Vavance”
2014 The Hotwives of Orlando Veronica Von Vandervon Series regular
2015 Episodes Helen Basch 9 episodes; series regular (season 4)[1]
2015 Comedy Bang! Bang! Samantha Episode: “Karen Gillan Wears a Black and White Striped Pullover and Coral Skirt”
2015 The Hotwives of Las Vegas Ivanka Silversan Series regular
2016 iZombie Vivian Stoll Episode: “Dead Beat” & “Salivation Army”
2016 Veep Senator / President Laura Montez Episodes: “Nev-AD-a” “Inauguration’