FERN DEACON

Fern Deacon is an actress, known for Penny Dreadful (2014), The Enfield Haunting (2015) and C.B. Strike (2017).
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Actress (19 credits)
 2017-2018 Ackley Bridge (TV Series)
Chloe Voyle

Episode #2.12 (2018) … Chloe Voyle
Episode #2.11 (2018) … Chloe Voyle
Episode #2.10 (2018) … Chloe Voyle
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Chloe Voyle
Episode #2.8 (2018) … Chloe Voyle
 2017-2018 Hetty Feather (TV Series)
Agnes

The Birthday Party (2018) … Agnes
Truth (2018) … Agnes
Fate (2018) … Agnes
Pride (2018) … Agnes
Wolves (2018) … Agnes
 2018 Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators (TV Mini-Series)
Lily Rattle

The Chameleon’s Dish (2018) … Lily Rattle
 2018 C.B. Strike (TV Series)
Kelsey Platt

Career of Evil: Part 2 (2018) … Kelsey Platt (uncredited)
Career of Evil: Part 1 (2018) … Kelsey Platt
 2017 Will (TV Series)
Maid

Your Houses (2017) … Maid
 2017 The Trial: A Murder in the Family (TV Series documentary)
Catherine Davis

Episode #1.5 (2017) … Catherine Davis
Episode #1.4 (2017) … Catherine Davis
Episode #1.3 (2017) … Catherine Davis
Episode #1.2 (2017) … Catherine Davis
Episode #1.1 (2017) … Catherine Davis
 2017 Harlots (TV Series)
Jenny

Episode #1.4 (2017) … Jenny
 2017 Uncle (TV Series)
Emma

Dinner, I Hardly Knew Her (2017) … Emma
 2016 Doctors (TV Series)
Jane Farlow

Miss Bates (2016) … Jane Farlow
 2015 Fungus the Bogeyman (TV Mini-Series)
Lucy

Episode #1.3 (2015) … Lucy
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Lucy
Episode #1.1 (2015) … Lucy
 2015 The Enfield Haunting (TV Mini-Series)
Margaret Hodgson

Episode #1.3 (2015) … Margaret Hodgson
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Margaret Hodgson
Episode #1.1 (2015) … Margaret Hodgson
 2014 Penny Dreadful (TV Series)
Young Mina

Closer Than Sisters (2014) … Young Mina
 2014 Call the Midwife (TV Series)
Gillian Glennon

Episode #3.6 (2014) … Gillian Glennon
 2013 Underdogs
Young Lara (English version, voice)
 2013 Casualty (TV Series)
Ria Jones

Isolated Incident (2013) … Ria Jones
 2013 Father Brown (TV Series)
Kathleen Knight

The Mayor and the Magician (2013) … Kathleen Knight
 2012 The Secret of Crickley Hall (TV Mini-Series)
Susan Trainer

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Susan Trainer
Episode #1.2 (2012) … Susan Trainer
Episode #1.1 (2012) … Susan Trainer
 2011 Doctor Who (TV Series)

A Good Man Goes to War (2011) … (uncredited)
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SUNETRA SARKER

Sunetra Sarker was born on June 25, 1973 in Liverpool, England. She is an actress and director, known for Casualty (1986), The Smoking Room (2004) and Ackley Bridge (2017). She was previously married to Nick Corfield.»
Actress (30 credits)
 2018 Informer (TV Series)
Sadia Shar

The Masterplan (2018) … Sadia Shar
November Has Come (2018) … Sadia Shar
Ruby Tuesday (2018) … Sadia Shar
Charlie Don’t Surf (2018) … Sadia Shar
Strawberry Fields (2018) … Sadia Shar
 2017-2018 Ackley Bridge (TV Series)
Kaneez Paracha

Episode #2.12 (2018) … Kaneez Paracha
Episode #2.11 (2018) … Kaneez Paracha
Episode #2.10 (2018) … Kaneez Paracha
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Kaneez Paracha
Episode #2.8 (2018) … Kaneez Paracha
 2007-2018 Casualty (TV Series)
Zoe Hanna

Episode #32.19 (2018) … Zoe Hanna
Hello, I Must Be Going (2016) … Zoe Hanna
Tangled Webs We Weave (2016) … Zoe Hanna
A Clear Conscience (2016) … Zoe Hanna
Survivors (2016) … Zoe Hanna
 2017 Kin (Short)
Becky
 2017 You, Me and Him
Carol
 2017 Safe House (TV Series)
DCI Jane Burr

Episode #2.4 (2017) … DCI Jane Burr
Episode #2.3 (2017) … DCI Jane Burr
Episode #2.2 (2017) … DCI Jane Burr
Episode #2.1 (2017) … DCI Jane Burr
 2017 Broadchurch (TV Series)
Sahana Harrison

Episode #3.6 (2017) … Sahana Harrison
Episode #3.5 (2017) … Sahana Harrison
Episode #3.1 (2017) … Sahana Harrison
 2017 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Hema Patel

Man Overboard: Part 1 (2017) … Hema Patel
 2016 Penny from Heaven (Short)
Jane
 2014 Puppy Love (TV Series)
Lilli Kusiak

Episode #1.6 (2014) … Lilli Kusiak
Episode #1.4 (2014) … Lilli Kusiak
 2012 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Indira

Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (2012) … Indira
 2005-2008 Ideal (TV Series)
Sangita

The Past (2008) … Sangita
The Money (2006) … Sangita
The Hydroponics (2006) … Sangita
The Christmas Special (2005) … Sangita
The Body (2005) … Sangita
 2006-2007 The Chase (TV Series)
Clare Burns

Episode #2.12 (2007) … Clare Burns
Episode #2.11 (2007) … Clare Burns
Episode #2.10 (2007) … Clare Burns
Episode #2.9 (2007) … Clare Burns
Episode #2.8 (2007) … Clare Burns
 2007 Mobile (TV Mini-Series)
DI Lorraine Conil / DI Lorraine Carll

The Boss (2007) … DI Lorraine Conil
The Soldier (2007) … DI Lorraine Conil
The Engineer (2007) … DI Lorraine Carll
 2006 New Street Law (TV Series)
Nita Shibani

Episode #1.1 (2006) … Nita Shibani
 2004-2006 No Angels (TV Series)
Anji Mittel

Episode #3.8 (2006) … Anji Mittel
Episode #3.6 (2006) … Anji Mittel
Episode #3.7 (2006) … Anji Mittel
Episode #3.5 (2006) … Anji Mittel
Episode #3.4 (2006) … Anji Mittel
 2004 The Smoking Room (TV Series)
Monique

Happy Birthday (2004) … Monique
Doo Di Dum Di Da (2004) … Monique
 2004 Holby City (TV Series)
Nanda Veer

We’ll Meet Again (2004) … Nanda Veer
 2004 If… (TV Series)

 2003 Eyes Down (TV Series)
Karen

The Clairvoyant (2003) … Karen
Holiday Rota (2003) … Karen
 2003 Emmerdale (TV Series)
Priti Chowdry

Episode #1.3425 (2003) … Priti Chowdry
Episode #1.3424 (2003) … Priti Chowdry
Episode #1.3423 (2003) … Priti Chowdry
Episode #1.3422 (2003) … Priti Chowdry
 2003 Doctors (TV Series)
Donna Sykes

All the Lonely People (2003) … Donna Sykes
 1988-2003 Brookside (TV Series)
Nisha Batra

Episode #1.2801 (2003) … Nisha Batra
Feeling Pathetic (2002) … Nisha Batra
Withdrawals (2002) … Nisha Batra
Where Is He (2002) … Nisha Batra
Contained (2002) … Nisha Batra
 2000 Playing the Field (TV Series)
Dr Meera / Doctor Meera

Episode #4.7 (2000) … Dr Meera
Episode #3.5 (2000) … Doctor Meera
 1999 Cold Feet (TV Series)
Clare

Episode #2.5 (1999) … Clare
 1999 Wing and a Prayer (TV Series)
Sameena Kamal

Episode #2.3 (1999) … Sameena Kamal
 1995 Flight (TV Movie)
Virinder
 1995 London Bridge (TV Series)
Jyoti Solanki
 1993 Cracker (TV Series)
Receptionist

The Mad Woman in the Attic: Part 1 (1993) … Receptionist
 1991 Bread (TV Series)
Nurse

Episode #7.5 (1991) … Nurse

Elizabeth Gillies

Elizabeth Gillies

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Gillies in July 2015
Born Elizabeth Egan Gillies
(1993-07-26) July 26, 1993 (age 25)
Haworth, New Jersey, U.S.
Other names Liz Gillies
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active 2005–present

Elizabeth Egan Gillies[1] (born July 26, 1993[2][3]), sometimes known as Liz Gillies, is an American actress and singer. She began her career in commercials.

Her first television appearance was in The Black Donnellys (2007). From 2010 to 2013, she played Jade West in the Nickelodeon series Victorious. She had a main role in the FX comedy series Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (2015–2016). Since 2017, Gillies has starred as Fallon Carrington in The CW‘s series Dynasty, a reboot of the 1980s series of the same name.[4]

Gillies made her Broadway debut at age 15 in the musical 13, playing the character of Lucy.[5] She has also appeared in feature films, including the horror film Animal (2014) and the comedy film Vacation (2015).

Life and career[edit]

1993–2007: Early life and career[edit]

Gillies was born in Haworth, New Jersey. She has one younger brother, born 1996.[6] Gillies has stated that she is Irish and has an Italian grandmother and great-grandmother.[3][7]

Gillies’ acting career began at age 12, when she started going to local open casting calls. She quickly began appearing in commercials for companies such as Virgin Mobile.[8]

Her first television role was as a recurring character in The Black Donnellys. She has stated that she was not allowed to watch the finished show in its entirety because her parents felt it was not appropriate for her at the time. She appeared in three episodes.

In 2008, she played small roles in The Clique, Harold, and Locker 514. That year she was also cast as Lucy in a Goodspeed production of Jason Robert Brown‘s new musical 13, alongside her future Victorious co-star, Ariana Grande. Later that year, 13 moved to Broadway, which made it the first Broadway production to have a cast and band entirely made up of teenagers.[9]

Gillies remained with the production until its closure on January 4, 2009.[10]

2010–2014: Breakthrough[edit]

The cast of Victorious at the 2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys.

In 2010, Gillies was cast as bad girl and occasional antagonist Jade West in the Nickelodeon television show Victorious, a sitcom revolving around teenagers at a performing arts high school in Hollywood. This marked her second time working alongside 13 co-star Ariana Grande. Regarding her Victorious character, Gillies said “It’s wonderful. I love playing Jade. I always say she’s not so much the ‘mean’ girl, but the ‘bad’ girl in so many ways. She has a lot of human qualities to her – she’s not just completely sociopathic. She’s sweet with her boyfriend. It’s nice to play a character with some depth.”[11] The show premiered on March 27, 2010. During her time on Victorious, Gillies was featured in several songs on the soundtracks Victorious and Victorious 2.0, including “Give It Up” (duet with Ariana Grande), and “Take a Hint” (duet with Victoria Justice). She also wrote and recorded the song “You Don’t Know Me” for an episode of Victorious,[12] and it was later featured in Victorious 3.0.[13][14]

She lent her talents to other Nickelodeon shows, voicing the character of Daphne on the animated series Winx Club and recording Winx Club’s official song, “We Are Believix.” She also appeared in an episode of Big Time Rush and as a contestant on BrainSurge and Figure It Out.

Beginning in 2012, Gillies began playing small guest roles outside Nickelodeon. Notable appearances include White Collar and The Exes. In July 2012, it was reported that Gillies was working on an alternative rock album.[15][16] Victorious ended on February 2, 2013, after four seasons. Following the cancellation of the series, Gillies took some time off from acting.

In 2013, she was cast as Courtney in the musical adaptation of Jawbreaker and participated in a reading of the show in Manhattan.[17] The musical did not end up being taken to Broadway. On December 10, 2013, Gillies recorded a duet with Ariana Grande called “Santa Baby” for Grande’s Christmas EP Christmas Kisses.[18]

In 2014, Gillies appeared in the horror film Animal as Mandy and the Lifetime movie Killing Daddy, playing Callie Ross. Animal was filmed in the summer of 2013 in Manchester, Connecticut, and was produced by Drew Barrymore. The film also features Gillies’ former Winx Club co-star Keke Palmer and was released on iTunes June 17, 2014.[19]

2015–present: Further acting[edit]

In 2015, Gillies was cast as Heather in the remake of Vacation. The film received a wide release on July 29, 2015. She was then cast in the comedy series Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll as Gigi, an aspiring singer and daughter of a former rock star named Johnny Rock (portrayed by the show’s creator Denis Leary).[20] The show premiered July 16, 2015 to mixed reviews, but Gillies’ performance as Gigi was well received. The show ran for two seasons, with the second-season finale airing on September 1, 2016. On September 9, 2016, FX declined to renew the show for a third season, effectively canceling the series.[21]

In 2017, Gillies was cast as Fallon Carrington in The CW television series Dynasty, a reboot of the 1980s series of the same name.[4][22][23]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Harold Evelyn Taylor
2008 The Clique Shelby Wexler Direct-to-video film
2011 The Death and Return of Superman Eradicator folks Short film
2012 Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom Daphne Voice role (English dub)
2014 Animal Mandy
2015 Vacation Heather
2018 Arizona Kelsey [24]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 The Black Donnellys Young Jenny 3 episodes
2009 The Battery’s Down Bat Mitzvah guest Episode: “Bad Bad News”
2010–2013 Victorious Jade West Main role
2011 iCarly Jade West Crossover special: “iParty with Victorious
2011 Big Time Rush Heather Fox Episode: “Big Time Secret
2011–2015 Winx Club Daphne Voice role; 24 episodes
2012 White Collar Chloe Woods Episode: “Upper West Side Story
2013 The Exes Tracy Cooper Episode: “Prelude to a Kiss”
2014 Sam & Cat Jade West Episode: “#TheKillerTunaJump: #Freddie #Jade #Robbie”
2014 Killing Daddy Callie Ross Television film
2015–2016 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Gigi Main role
2015 The Penguins of Madagascar Singer Voice role; episode: “The Penguin Who Loved Me”
2017–present Dynasty Fallon Carrington Main role
2018 Robot Chicken N/A Voice role; episode: “Gimme That Chocolate Milk”

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist
2010 Freak the Freak Out Victoria Justice
2011 Beggin’ on Your Knees Victoria Justice
2011 “All I Want Is Everything” Victoria Justice
2011 “Take a Hint” Victoria Justice and herself
2011 “Time in the Day” Mikey Deleasa
2012 “Time of Our Life” Big Time Rush
2012 “Make It in America” Victoria Justice
2012 “We Are Believix” Herself
2012 “You Don’t Know Me” Herself
2013 Right There Ariana Grande
2015 “Die Trying” Herself
2016 “Bang Bang” Herself

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008–2009 13 Lucy Original Broadway cast
2013 Jawbreaker: The Musical Courtney Workshop reading

Elizabeth Gillies discography

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Elizabeth Gillies discography
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Music videos 6
Singles 2
Soundtrack albums 2
Promotional singles 1

The discography of American singer Elizabeth Gillies consists of two soundtrack albums, two singles, one promotional singles, six music videos and one other album appearance.

Soundtrack album[edit]

 
Title Album details
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (Songs from the FX Original Comedy Series)
  • Released: September 10, 2015
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
  • Label: FX Networks
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (Songs from the FX Original Comedy Series) Season 2
  • Released: September 01, 2016
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
  • Label: FX Networks

Singles[edit]

As main artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
You Don’t Know Me[1] 2012 Victorious 3.0

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
UK
[2]
Santa Baby
(Ariana Grande featuring Liz Gillies)
2013 155 Christmas Kisses

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
US
Bub.

[3]
Take a Hint[4]
(with Victoria Justice)
2012 8 Victorious 2.0

Other charted songs[edit]

List of songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
US
Bub.

[3]
“Give It Up”[5]
(With Ariana Grande)
2011 23 Victorious

Other appearances[edit]

Year Song Artist(s) Album
2017 “My Buick, My Love and I”[6] Seth MacFarlane In Full Swing

LIZ WHITE

Liz White was born in 1979 in Rotherham, Yorkshire, England. She is an actress, known for The Woman in Black (2012), Pride (2014) and Life on Mars (2006).
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Actress (41 credits)
 2017-2018 Ackley Bridge (TV Series)
Emma Keane

Episode #2.12 (2018) … Emma Keane
Episode #2.11 (2018) … Emma Keane
Episode #2.10 (2018) … Emma Keane
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Emma Keane
Episode #2.8 (2018) … Emma Keane
 2017 Eric, Ernie and Me (TV Movie)
Dee Braben
 2016-2017 Call the Midwife (TV Series)
Rhoda Mullucks

Episode #6.7 (2017) … Rhoda Mullucks
Episode #5.8 (2016) … Rhoda Mullucks
Episode #5.1 (2016) … Rhoda Mullucks
 2017 The Halcyon (TV Series)
Peggy Taylor

Episode #1.8 (2017) … Peggy Taylor
Episode #1.7 (2017) … Peggy Taylor
Episode #1.6 (2017) … Peggy Taylor
Episode #1.5 (2017) … Peggy Taylor
Episode #1.4 (2017) … Peggy Taylor
 2016 Grantchester (TV Series)
Vivian Whitaker

Episode #2.3 (2016) … Vivian Whitaker
 2014 Off the Page: School Gate (Short)
Julie
 2014 Our Zoo (TV Mini-Series)
Lizzie Mottershead

Episode #1.6 (2014) … Lizzie Mottershead
Episode #1.5 (2014) … Lizzie Mottershead
Episode #1.4 (2014) … Lizzie Mottershead
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Lizzie Mottershead
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Lizzie Mottershead
 2014 New Tricks (TV Series)
Julia Kane

Romans Ruined (2014) … Julia Kane
 2014 From There to Here (TV Mini-Series)
Joanne

Episode #1.3 (2014) … Joanne
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Joanne
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Joanne
 2014/I Pride
Margaret
 2014 Line of Duty (TV Series)
Jo

Episode #2.2 (2014) … Jo
Episode #2.1 (2014) … Jo
 2013 The Paradise (TV Series)
Lucille Ballentine

Episode #2.6 (2013) … Lucille Ballentine
 2012 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Alice

The Snowmen (2012) … Alice
 2012 The Woman in Black
Jennet
 2011 Wild Bill
Roxy
 2011 The Send Off (Short)
 2011 The Crimson Petal and the White (TV Mini-Series)
Caroline

Episode #1.4 (2011) … Caroline
Episode #1.2 (2011) … Caroline
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Caroline
 2010 Garrow’s Law (TV Series)
Isabella Jasker

Episode #2.2 (2010) … Isabella Jasker
 2010 Desire (Short)
Kristen
 2010 Blind Eye (Short)
Gillian
 2009 V & A: Medieval & Renaissance (Short)
Narrator
 2009 A Short Stay in Switzerland (TV Movie)
Sophie
 2008 Marple (TV Series)
Jennifer Fortescue

A Pocket Full of Rye (2008) … Jennifer Fortescue
 2008 New Town Killers
Alice MacDonald
 2008 Franklyn
Laura
 2008 Fairy Tales (TV Mini-Series)
Shannon

The Empress’s New Clothes (2008) … Shannon
 2008 The Fixer (TV Series)
Jess Mercer

Episode #1.6 (2008) … Jess Mercer
Episode #1.5 (2008) … Jess Mercer
Episode #1.4 (2008) … Jess Mercer
Episode #1.3 (2008) … Jess Mercer
Episode #1.2 (2008) … Jess Mercer
 2006-2007 Life on Mars (TV Series)
Annie Cartwright

Episode #2.8 (2007) … Annie Cartwright
Episode #2.7 (2007) … Annie Cartwright
Episode #2.6 (2007) … Annie Cartwright
Episode #2.5 (2007) … Annie Cartwright
Episode #2.4 (2007) … Annie Cartwright
 2006 Vincent (TV Mini-Series)
Laura Morris

Episode #2.2 (2006) … Laura Morris
 2006 The Street (TV Series)
Eileen Harper

The Accident (2006) … Eileen Harper
 2005 Angell’s Hell (TV Movie)
Sarah
 2005 Nathan Barley (TV Mini-Series)
Receptionist at Stanley Knives

Pilot (2005) … Receptionist at Stanley Knives (uncredited)
 2004 Ten Minute Movie (Short)
1st Girl in Bar
 2004 A Thing Called Love (TV Series)
Paula Roberts

Love Hurts (2004) … Paula Roberts
Turning Point (2004) … Paula Roberts
Hooked on a Feeling (2004) … Paula Roberts
The Lost Child (2004) … Paula Roberts
God Has a Black Heart (2004) … Paula Roberts
 2004 Blue Murder (TV Series)
Vicki Swift

Lonely (2004) … Vicki Swift
 2004 Vera Drake
Pamela Barnes
 2003 Teachers (TV Series)
Eileen

Episode #3.11 (2003) … Eileen
Episode #3.9 (2003) … Eileen
Episode #3.8 (2003) … Eileen
Episode #3.7 (2003) … Eileen
 2002-2003 Ultimate Force (TV Series)
Beth Dow

What in the Name of God (2003) … Beth Dow
Mad Dogs (2003) … Beth Dow
The Killing House (2002) … Beth Dow
 2002 Always and Everyone (TV Series)
Mandy

A New Breed (2002) … Mandy
 2002 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (TV Series)
Lorraine

Heavy Metal (2002) … Lorraine
Bridging the Gap (2002) … Lorraine

Self (11 credits)
 2017 Sunday Brunch (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #6.43 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2012 The Big Picture (TV Series)
Herself

Wild Bill (2012) … Herself
 2009 Julie Walters: ‘Anne Wasn’t a Victim’ (Video documentary short)
Herself
 2008 How TV Changed Britain (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Cops (2008) … Herself
 2007 The National Television Awards 2007 (TV Special)
Herself – Audience Member
 2007 Behind the Scenes of… Episode 3 (Video documentary short)
Herself
 2007 The End of ‘Life on Mars’ (Video documentary short)
Herself
 2007 The Return of ‘Life on Mars’ (Video documentary)
Herself
 2006 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 14 February 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 T4 (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 22 January 2006 (2006) … Herself

POPPY LEE FRIAR

Poppy Lee Friar was born on April 16, 1995 in Southwark, London, England. She is an actress, known for My Cousin Rachel (2017), Ackley Bridge (2017) and Mr Selfridge (2013).
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Actress (24 credits)
 2018 Torvill & Dean (TV Movie) (post-production)
Jayne Torvill
 2018 In My Skin (TV Movie)
Lydia
 2017-2018 Ackley Bridge (TV Series)
Missy Booth

Episode #2.12 (2018) … Missy Booth
Episode #2.11 (2018) … Missy Booth
Episode #2.10 (2018) … Missy Booth
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Missy Booth
Episode #2.8 (2018) … Missy Booth
 2017 My Cousin Rachel
Mary Pascoe
 2015-2016 Eve (TV Series)
Eve

Children of Eve (2016) … Eve
New Born (2016) … Eve
A Case of Identity (2016) … Eve
The Eve of Destruction (2016) … Eve
Power Games (2016) … Eve
 2014-2016 In the Club (TV Series)
Katie

Jasmin (2016) … Katie
Vicky (2016) … Katie
Maxine (2016) … Katie
Jasmin (2014) … Katie
 2015 The Syndicate (TV Series)
Mary Campbell

Episode #3.3 (2015) … Mary Campbell
Episode #3.1 (2015) … Mary Campbell
 2013-2014 Mr Selfridge (TV Series)
Rosalie Selfridge

Episode #2.10 (2014) … Rosalie Selfridge
Episode #2.9 (2014) … Rosalie Selfridge
Episode #1.10 (2013) … Rosalie Selfridge
Episode #1.9 (2013) … Rosalie Selfridge
Episode #1.8 (2013) … Rosalie Selfridge
 2014 Inspector George Gently (TV Series)
Hannah Hawkes

Gently Going Under (2014) … Hannah Hawkes
 2012 Lake Placid: The Final Chapter (TV Movie)
Chloe
 2012 Doctors (TV Series)
Alice Hill

Denial (2012) … Alice Hill
 2010 The Bill (TV Series)
Kelli Sutton

Ultimatum (2010) … Kelli Sutton
 2010 A Touch of Frost (TV Series)
Sophie Moorhead

If Dogs Run Free: Part 2 (2010) … Sophie Moorhead
If Dogs Run Free: Part 1 (2010) … Sophie Moorhead
 2010 Dead Gorgeous (TV Series)
Sophie

Old Ghosts (2010) … Sophie
Love’s First Kiss (2010) … Sophie
Smoke & Mirrors (2010) … Sophie
Grendel’s Cold (2010) … Sophie
A Friend in Deed (2010) … Sophie
 2005-2009 Little Einsteins (TV Series)
June

Little Elephant’s Big Parade (2009) … June
Rocket the Bug (2009) … June
Fire Truck Rocket! (2009) … June
Show and Tell (2009) … June
 2009 Desperate Romantics (TV Mini-Series)
Rose La Touche

Episode #1.6 (2009) … Rose La Touche
Episode #1.5 (2009) … Rose La Touche
 2008 Dustbin Baby (TV Movie)
Hannah
 2008 Beautiful People (TV Series)
Imelda

How I Got My Nose (2008) … Imelda
 2006 Casualty (TV Series)
Bonnie Brown

Last Orders (2006) … Bonnie Brown (as Poppy Friar)
 2004 Belonging (TV Movie)
Lara
 2002 Helen West (TV Series)
Chelsea

Shadow Play (2002) … Chelsea
 2001 Wilhelmina (TV Series)
Young Princess Irene

Moeder des Vaderlands (2001) … Young Princess Irene

Amy-Leigh Hickman

Amy-Leigh Hickman was born on September 15, 1997 in Hastings, Sussex, England as Amy Leigh Hickman. She is an actress, known for The Dumping Ground (2013), Strike Back (2010) and Ackley Bridge (2017).
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Actress (12 credits)
 2017-2018 Ackley Bridge (TV Series)
Nasreen Paracha

Episode #2.12 (2018) … Nasreen Paracha
Episode #2.11 (2018) … Nasreen Paracha
Episode #2.10 (2018) … Nasreen Paracha
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Nasreen Paracha
Episode #2.8 (2018) … Nasreen Paracha
 2018 Safe (TV Series)
Sia Marshall

Episode #1.7 (2018) … Sia Marshall
Episode #1.6 (2018) … Sia Marshall
Episode #1.5 (2018) … Sia Marshall
Episode #1.4 (2018) … Sia Marshall
Episode #1.3 (2018) … Sia Marshall
 2016-2017 EastEnders (TV Series)
Linzi Bragg / Star Bragg

21 March 2017: Part One (2017) … Star Bragg
Episode dated 17 March 2017 (2017) … Star Bragg
Episode #1.5271 (2016) … Linzi Bragg
Episode #1.5270 (2016) … Linzi Bragg
Episode #1.5269 (2016) … Linzi Bragg
 2013-2016 The Dumping Ground (TV Series)
Carmen Howle / Carmen

One for Sorrow (2016) … Carmen Howle
How to Be Perfect (2016) … Carmen Howle
Two Camps (2016) … Carmen Howle
Getting to Know You (2016) … Carmen Howle
It Takes Two (2016) … Carmen Howle
 2016 The Dumping Ground: I’m (TV Mini-Series)
Carmen Howle

I’m… Bailey (2016) … Carmen Howle
I’m… Tee (2016) … Carmen Howle
I’m… Mo (2016) … Carmen Howle
I’m… Sasha (2016) … Carmen Howle
I’m… Floss (2016) … Carmen Howle
 2015 Casualty (TV Series)
Aisha Karim

The Next Step (2015) … Aisha Karim
 2015 Doctors (TV Series)
Sarah Boswell

The Dark Net (2015) … Sarah Boswell
 2015 All About Carmen… (TV Series)
 2014 The Dumping Ground Survival Files (TV Series)
Carmen Howle / Carmen

Second Chances (2014) … Carmen Howle
Big Decisions (2014) … Carmen Howle
Coming Clean (2014) … Carmen Howle
Challenges (2014) … Carmen Howle
Teamwork (2014) … Carmen Howle
 2013 Strike Back (TV Series)
Ester

Episode #4.10 (2013) … Ester
Episode #4.9 (2013) … Ester (as Amy Leigh Hickman)
Episode #4.8 (2013) … Ester
Episode #4.5 (2013) … Ester
Episode #4.4 (2013) … Ester
 2010-2012 Tracy Beaker Returns (TV Series)
Carmen / Carmen Howle

Goodbye Tracy Beaker (2012) … Carmen Howle
The Invitation (2012) … Carmen Howle
Jody Jackson (2012) … Carmen Howle
Going Home (2012) … Carmen Howle
Summer Holiday (2012) … Carmen Howle
 2011 The Tracy Beaker Survival Files (TV Series)
Carmen

Goodbyes (2011) … Carmen
Secrets (2011) … Carmen
First Impressions (2011) … Carmen
Siblings (2011) … Carmen
Responsibility (2011) … Carmen
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2015 Hacker Time (TV Series)
Herself

Kia Pegg and Amy-Leigh Hickman (2015) … Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (2 credits)
 2014 The Dumping Ground Survival Files (TV Series)
Carmen

Truth (2014) … Carmen
 2012 Newsround (TV Series)
Carmen Howle

20/12/2012: 17:00 (2012) … Carmen Howle

Kimberley Walsh

Kimberley Walsh

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Kimberley Walsh
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Actress (11 credits)
 2018 Ackley Bridge (TV Series)
Claire Butterworth

Episode #2.7 (2018) … Claire Butterworth
Episode #2.2 (2018) … Claire Butterworth
 2017 The Lodge (TV Series)
Rebeca

Finish (2017) … Rebeca
Hard to Say No (2017) … Rebeca
Mystery Guest (2017) … Rebeca (voice)
Call Me (2017) … Rebeca
Help (2017) … Rebeca
 2013 All Stars
Trish
 2011 Horrid Henry: The Movie
Prissy Polly
 2007 St. Trinian’s
School Band Member
 2005 Children in Need (TV Series)
Performer

Episode #1.26 (2005) … Performer (as Girls Aloud)
 2002 Stan the Man (TV Series)
Belinda

Episode #1.5 (2002) … Belinda
 2001/I Dream
Tracy
 2001 Always and Everyone (TV Series)
Tilly

Episode #3.5 (2001) … Tilly
 2000 This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper (TV Mini-Series)
Gillian Oldfield

Episode #1.2 (2000) … Gillian Oldfield
Episode #1.1 (2000) … Gillian Oldfield
Walsh in September 2009
Born Kimberley Jane Walsh
(1981-11-20) 20 November 1981 (age 36)[1]
Bradford, West Yorkshire, England[1]
Residence Barnet, London, England
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • actress
  • model
  • television presenter
  • dancer
Years active 1986–present
Spouse(s)
Justin Scott (m. 2016)
Children 2
Family Sally Walsh (sister)
Amy Walsh (sister)
Adam Walsh (brother)
Musical career
Genres
  • Pop
  • R&B
  • musical theatre
Instruments Vocals
Labels
Associated acts
Website kimberleywalshofficial.com

Kimberley Jane Scott[2] (née Walsh; born 20 November 1981)[1] is an English singer-songwriter, model, television presenter, actress, and dancer. She rose to fame in late 2002 when she auditioned for the reality television show Popstars: The Rivals on ITV. The programme announced that Walsh had won a place as a member of the girl group Girls Aloud.[3] The group has achieved massive success, having twenty consecutive top ten singles (including four number ones) in the UK, six studio albums have all been certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), two of which went to number one in the UK, and accumulating a total of five BRIT Award nominations. In 2009, Girls Aloud won “Best Single” with their song “The Promise“.

During the group’s hiatus Walsh embarked mainly on acting and presenting, In July 2010, Walsh became a presenter on music talk-show, Suck My Pop and presented coverage for the BAFTA Awards. In 2011, Walsh starred in Horrid Henry: The Movie as Prissy Polly. Musically, Walsh has featured on Aggro Santos‘s “Like U Like“. In 2012 Walsh made her West End theatre debut, playing Princess Fiona in the London production of Shrek the Musical. Walsh fronted the 2009 Autumn/Winter collection for the fashion chain New Look and, in January 2011, Walsh was revealed as the new face of Puma AG. In 2012, Walsh took part in Strictly Come Dancing, where she finished as one of the runners-up. Walsh’s net worth was estimated at £7 million as of 2014.[4]

Early life[edit]

Walsh was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire,[1][5] the daughter of John and Diane Walsh. She grew up with three siblings, Sally Walsh, Amy Walsh and Adam Walsh in Allerton, West Yorkshire.[1] Sally played the character of Lyn Hutchinson on the soap opera Emmerdale between 1997 and 2000,[1] and Amy joined the show’s cast in 2014.[6]

Walsh attended Sandy Lane Primary School, Stoney Lee Middle School, and Beckfoot Grammar School,[7] and had her first taste of fame appearing in an advert as a child along with sister Sally in an Asda advert. She starred as Young Cosette in a regional production of Les Misérables and starred in ITV‘s The Book Tower in 1986.[8] Walsh attended the Bradford theatre school, Stage 84, and briefly taught there.

Music career[edit]

Girls Aloud[edit]

Walsh auditioned for the reality television show Popstars The Rivals in 2002 with the song “Where Do Broken Hearts Go“.[9] Several thousand applicants attended auditions across the UK in hope of being selected. Ten girls and ten boys were chosen as finalists by judges Pete Waterman, Louis Walsh and Geri Halliwell. Walsh did not initially make it into the group of ten female contestants who were to appear on the show. However, when another contestant was disqualified on a technicality, she found herself on the show. These finalists then took to the stage participating in weekly Saturday night live performances which alternated weekly between the girls and boys. Each week, the contestant polling the fewest phone votes was eliminated, until the final line-ups of the groups emerged. Walsh joined Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, and Cheryl Tweedy to comprise the new girl group Girls Aloud, formed through the show by a public vote on 30 November 2002.

Walsh performing on tour with Girls Aloud in 2008

The group’s debut single “Sound of the Underground” peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the 2002 Christmas number one.[10] Girls Aloud hold the record for the shortest time between formation and reaching number one.[11] The group released their debut album Sound of the Underground in May 2003,[12] which entered the charts at number two and was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) later the same year. Their singles “I’ll Stand by You“, “Walk This Way“, and “The Promise” have charted at number one. Two of their albums have reached the top of the UK Albums Chart: their greatest hits album The Sound of Girls Aloud and 2008’s Out of Control, both of which entered the chart at number one, with over one million copies of the former being sold.[13]

They also achieved seven certified albums and have been nominated for five Brit Awards, winning the 2009 Best Single for “The Promise”.

The group’s musical style is pop, but throughout their career they had experimented with electropop and dance-pop. Girls Aloud’s collaborations with Brian Higgins and his songwriting and production team Xenomania earned the group critical acclaim,[14] due to an innovative approach to mainstream pop music. The group became one of the few UK reality television acts to achieve continued success, amassing a fortune of £30 million by May 2010. Guinness World Records lists them as “Most Successful Reality TV Group” in the 2007 edition. They also hold the record for “Most Consecutive Top Ten Entries in the UK by a Female Group” in the 2008 edition, and are credited again for “Most Successful Reality TV Group” in the 2011 edition. The group was also named the United Kingdom’s biggest selling girl group of the 21st century, with over 4.3 million singles sales and 4 million albums sold in the UK alone.[15][16]

In July 2009, Girls Aloud announced they would take a year-long hiatus to pursue solo projects.[17] In August 2010, bandmate Nicola Roberts revealed that she was not anticipating a reunion of Girls Aloud until 2012.[18] Walsh had revealed that she does not think it is possible Girls Aloud will ever “officially break up”. She explained that they are planning to tour again and will probably take breaks from time to time, doing solo projects but they will never permanently go their separate ways.[19]

After Girls Aloud’s three years of hiatus, the group reunited for their 10th anniversary. The group released their new single, “Something New” on 18 November 2012. The music video for the song was filmed in October 2012, and premiered on YouTube on 19 October 2012.[20] The song was also the official charity single for Children in Need in 2012. The group released their second greatest hits compilation, Ten on 26 November 2012. In 2013, the group embarked on Ten – The Hits Tour 2013. They announced their split soon after the tour ended.[21][22]

Solo work[edit]

It was first rumoured that Walsh was about to make a record deal with her band’s record label, Fascination Records,[23] although nothing has been confirmed. Soon after the rumour, Walsh confirmed on Suck My Pop, a programme that she co-hosts on the television channel Viva in the United Kingdom, that she will feature on English rapper Aggro Santos‘ upcoming single, “Like U Like“. The track will be her first step away from Girls Aloud as a singer. Walsh was asked for OK! Magazine: “Kimberley, there are rumours, that you will be releasing a solo album…” and Walsh said: “Gosh! I haven’t got any plan to do that. Gary Barlow signed Aggro Santos and he asked me to sing Like U Like, and I’ve done a song for the Horrid Henry film that I’m in titled “Everybody Dance”. I’m not sure about doing anything big on my own just yet.” In 2012 she made her West End theatre debut, playing Princess Fiona in the London production of Shrek the Musical. The announcement came after Amanda Holden announced her pregnancy in August 2011.[24][25] Walsh teamed up with Alfie Boe to record a version of Queen’s “One Vision” as the Official Olympic Team Great Britain Single. Walsh has also performed with several artists including Neyo with “Hate That I Love You”, Ronan Keating’s “No Matter What” and James Cullum with “Rainy Days and Mondays”. In August 2012 it was announced that Walsh is in discussions with Gary Barlow to release a solo album for a 2013 release.

On 7 September 2012, Walsh was announced as one of the 14 celebrities, competing in tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing.[26] Her professional partner is last year’s runner-up Pasha Kovalev.[27] She received 3 perfect 40s during the series, and she finished as one of the runners-up alongside presenter Denise Van Outen, behind the winner Olympian Louis Smith.

On 4 February 2013 Walsh released, through Decca Records, her debut album Centre Stage which features a series of popular musical tunes as well as two brand new tracks.[28]

In July 2013 announced in the Daily Mail that she is also back in the studio recording her second studio album for 2014.

Walsh has written her own autobiography, called A Whole Lot of History. The book will be released on 26 September 2013. Walsh has also announced that book signings will be happening across the UK.

In March 2014, Walsh took part in recording England’s 2014 World Cup song. She collaborated with the likes of fellow pop stars Melanie C, Eliza Doolittle, Emma Bunton, Conor Maynard, Katy B and Pixie Lott, on “Greatest Day”, a track originally performed by British band, Take That. The track was produced by Gary Barlow and recorded at Sarm Studios in London. The track also featured past footballers such as Gary Lineker, Michael Owen, Geoff Hurst, David Seaman, Peter Shilton, Glenn Hoddle and Dion Dublin on backing vocals.[29]

Television[edit]

Acting[edit]

Before Walsh became a member of Girls Aloud, she had worked in theatre and acting.[30] In 2000 Walsh appeared in the television series This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper as Gillian Oldfield, and starred in a BBC Educational Schools programme called Focus. In the same year, Walsh applied for the role of Maria Sutherland in Coronation Street. However, she lost out to Samia Ghadie.[31] In 2001, Walsh played Tracy in Dream Back. In 2007, alongside her bandmates she appeared in St. Trinian’s playing a school band member. In 2008 she and bandmate Nicola Roberts had small parts in Britannia High, in which they played themselves. Walsh has recently stated that she would like to star in a musical in the future, playing a stage role.[32] In late 2010, Walsh landed a role in the live-action 3D family comedy film Horrid Henry: The Movie as the titular character’s overactive cousin Prissy Polly, with the film being released on 29 July 2011. Walsh also appeared in the 2013 movie All Stars, alongside Theo Stevenson once again, who she appeared with first in Horrid Henry: The Movie. She plays the minor role of his character’s mother.

On 5 October 2011 through 21 May 2012 she made her West End theatre debut, playing Princess Fiona in the London production of Shrek the Musical. The announcement came after Amanda Holden announced her pregnancy in August 2011.[24][25] Originally signed on until 27 February 2012, she extended her run to 21 May 2012. She subsequently returned to the West End stage in October 2015, playing the role of Jovie in Elf: The Musical.[33]

In 2018 she was cast in series two of Ackley Bridge as the character, Claire Butterworth.

Presenting[edit]

Walsh appeared in Let’s Dance for Sport Relief as a panellist and also fronted coverage of the BAFTA Awards for MTV on her own programme Kimberley Walsh at the BAFTAS in 2010 and in the summer of 2010 hosted sky 1 documentary “Girl in the Blue Jeans”. She also presented coverage for The X Factor live from South Shields on the day of the final in 2009 for Joe McElderry. On 17 – 18 June 2010, Walsh hosted Channel 4’s The 5 O’Clock Show with Stephen Mulhern. Walsh appeared in her own documentary for Sky 1 named Kimberley Walsh: Blue Jean Girl which aired on Wednesday, 17 June 2010. On the same day, Walsh appeared on This Morning to promote the show. Walsh later became a presenter of new music talk-show, titled Suck My Pop, on Viva. Walsh also starred as a judge for ITV‘s entertainment show Born To Shine.

On the 9 April 2016, Walsh co-presented Weekend Brunch the Grand National Day special with Tim Lovejoy.

Other ventures[edit]

Walsh climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Comic Relief in March 2009.[34] The climb, organised by Gary Barlow, was also undertaken by fellow Girls Aloud member Cheryl, Alesha Dixon, Fearne Cotton, Denise Van Outen, Chris Moyles, Ben Shephard, Ronan Keating and Barlow himself. Between 3 February and 23 March 2009, Walsh, Cole, Barlow, Moyles and Cotton also raised money for Comic Relief by providing the voice for the BT Speaking Clock.[34] As of 26 August 2009, Walsh is modelling for the clothing line New Look following in the footsteps of Lily Allen and Alexa Chung.[35] Walsh became OK! magazine’s new weekly columnist in August 2010. The column is called “Kimberley Calls The Shots“.[36]

She was also named as the new face and hair of Schwarzkopf for a reported 6 figure deal.[37] In March 2011, Walsh teamed up with Tess Daly and Joanna Page to work with Maltesers to promote Red Nose Day 2011.[38] In January 2011, Walsh was revealed as the new face of Puma AG BodyTrain fitness toner wear.[39] In May 2011, Walsh was named as the face of Right Guards Xtreme Dry Range.[40]Most recently, Kimberley became the face of the Forecourt Trader Awards – famously stamping her mark on the occasion with her presentation of the ‘Best forecourt loo’ award.

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

In September 2012, Walsh was revealed as one of the fourteen celebrities, competing in the tenth series of the BBC reality dancing competition, Strictly Come Dancing. Her professional partner was Pasha Kovalev. On 22 December 2012, Walsh and Kovalev became the joint runners-up in the final, along with Denise van Outen and losing to Louis Smith.

Strictly Come Dancing performances
Week # Dance/Song Judges’ scores Result
Revel Horwood Bussell Goodman Tonioli
1 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Domino 7 7 7 7 No elimination
2 Foxtrot / “Someone Like You 7 6 6 7 Safe
3 Quickstep / “Get Happy 7 7 7 8 Safe
4 Paso Doble / “Hungry Like the Wolf 8 8 7 8 Safe
5 Salsa / “Naughty Girl 8 8 8 9 Safe
6 Viennese Waltz / “A Thousand Years 8 8 9 9 Bottom two
7 Samba / “Livin’ la Vida Loca 8 8 9 9 Safe
8 Tango / “When Doves Cry 8 9 8 9 Safe
9 Jive / “Land of Thousand Dances 9 8 8 9 Safe
10 Cha-Cha-Cha & Tango Fusion / “It’s Raining Men 10 10 10 10 Safe
11 American Smooth / “Fever
Charleston / “Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines
9
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
Safe
12 Viennese Waltz / “A Thousand Years
Showdance / “Crazy in Love
Tango / “When Doves Cry
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Runner-up

Personal life[edit]

Walsh married long-term partner Justin Scott, a former member of the British boyband Triple 8, on 30 January 2016.[41] Together, the couple have two sons.[42]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions
UK IRE SCO
Centre Stage 18 99 23

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
2011 “Everybody Dance” Horrid Henry: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
2013 One Day I’ll Fly Away Centre Stage
“—” denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

As featured artist[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
[44]
IRE
[45]
2011 Like U Like
(Aggro Santos featuring Kimberley Walsh)
8 13 AggroSantos.com
2012 “One Vision”
(with Alfie Boe)
Team Great Britain
2014 “The Road”
(Alistair Griffin featuring Kimberley Walsh)
196 N/A
“—” denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

Filmography[edit]

Television and film[edit]

 Television and Film 

Year Title Role
1986 The Book Tower Small child
2001 Dream Tracy
2002 Popstars The Rivals Contestant (won)
2005 Girls Aloud: Home Truths Herself; Main Role
2006 Girls Aloud: Off the Record Herself; Series Regular
2007 The Friday Night Project Presenter; Guest Star
2007 St. Trinian’s Herself; Cameo
2008 The Passions of Girls Aloud Herself; Main Role
2008 The Girls Aloud Party Presenter & Performer
2008 Britania High Herself; Guest Star
2010 Suck My Pop Herself: Presenter
2011 Horrid Henry: The Movie Prissy Polly
2012 Strictly Come Dancing Contestant
2012 Girls Aloud: Ten Years at the Top Herself
2013 Ten: The Hits Tour Herself
2013 All Stars Mum
2016 The Great Sport Relief Bake Off Contestant
2016 Weekend Brunch Co-presenter
2017 The Lodge Rebecca
2018– Ackley Bridge Claire Butterworth

Awards[edit]

She placed number 37 in FHM’s annual list of “100 Sexiest Woman in the World” in 2009 ahead of bandmates Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding who were placed at 57, 58 and 87 respectively.[46] Walsh also won the Yorkshire Woman of the Year award 2009 in recognition not only for her professional success but also for her role as celebrity ambassador for the Breast Cancer Haven charity, which has a branch in Leeds. She was too awarded with the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Woman’s award in 2009.

Kimberly J. Brown

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Kimberly J. Brown
Born Kimberly Jean Brown
(1984-11-16) November 16, 1984 (age 33)
Gaithersburg, Maryland, U.S.
Occupation Actor, model, voice actor
Years active 1989–present
Notable work Guiding Light
Halloweentown
Website Official Website

Kimberly Jean Brown (born November 16, 1984) is an American actress, best known to audiences for her portrayal of the teen witch Marnie Piper in the Halloweentown films, in which she starred alongside Debbie Reynolds. Before being cast as Marnie, Brown found notoriety for her role as Marah Lewis on Guiding Light, the third actress to take on the role, and as Annie Wheaton in the Rose Red miniseries, an original miniseries written by Stephen King.

Life and career[edit]

Kimberly Jean Brown was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland on November 16, 1984. She has three brothers, Richard Brown, II, Roman Brown, and Dylan Brown.[1]

Brown’s career began when she was very young. By the time she was 11 years old, Brown had already enjoyed success as a child model with Ford Models, performed in multiple Broadway shows, and earned an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Marah Lewis on Guiding Light.[2][3][4] She also found work as a voice actress, lending her voice to commercials, A Bug’s Life, and the English dub of Vampire Princess Miyu.

At the age of 14, Brown was cast in her most notable film to date, the Disney Channel Original Movie Halloweentown, in which she played 13 year old Marnie Piper, a young witch who determined to learn magic from her grandmother Aggie, portrayed by Debbie Reynolds.[5][6] Halloweentown aired on October 17, 1998 and was well received by audiences, so much that Disney Channel released three sequels, two in which Brown reprised her role as Marnie, and still broadcasts the film several times a year.[7] Brown departed from the Halloweentown franchise in 2006, after producers made the decision to recast Sara Paxton as Marnie in the fourth installment, Return to Halloweentown, a decision Brown expressed confusion and disappointment over.[8] Fans of the franchise were unhappy with Paxton’s portrayal of the character and major entertainment outlets, including BuzzFeed and MTV, were critical, with BuzzFeed saying the first three films were the best thing about Halloween while the fourth film was best left ignored and MTV saying fans should act as if the fourth film never happened.[9][10] Outside of Halloweentown, Brown also starred in another Disney Channel Original Film, the 2000 film Quints.

In 1999, Brown costarred with Janet McTeer in Tumbleweeds. The film received positive reviews.[11][12]

Other ventures[edit]

She and a friend run the Etsy shop CraftilyCreative which sells a variety of items, including Halloweentown-themed merchandise.[13][14]

In 2016, Brown published a Halloween-themed children’s book, Poppin’s Pumpkin Patch Parade, with coauthor Diane Yslas.[15]

Personal life[edit]

In a 2010 interview, Brown said she was close to graduating from college, though she did not disclose what her major was or the school at which she was studying.[16] She later Tweeted that she had received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business.[17]

Brown returns to Saint Helens, OR every year for the Halloweentown festival.

Filmography[edit]

Filmography for Kimberly J. Brown
Year Title Role Notes
1990 The Baby-Sitters Club Amanda Delaney TV series, Episode: “The Baby-Sitters Remember”
1993-2006 Guiding Light Marah Lewis Soap opera
1994 Princess Caraboo Uncredited role Based on the real-life English imposter Princess Caraboo
1996 Christmas in Cartoontown Uncredited role Straight-to-video; voice role
1997 Vampire Princess Miyu Miyu Yamano English dub, 7 episodes
1997 Ellen Foster Dora TV film
1998 Unhappily Ever After Helena, Girl #1 TV series, 3 episodes
1998 Halloweentown Marnie Piper Disney Channel Original Movie
1998 A Bug’s Life Uncredited role Computer-animated film, additional voices
1999 Tumbleweeds Ava Walker
1998-1999 Two of a Kind Nicole TV series, 2 episodes
1999 Touched by an Angel Amy Lumpkin TV series, Episode: “The Last Day of the Rest of Your Life”
2000 Quints Jamie Grover Disney Channel Original Movie
2001 The Little Polar Bear Lona English dub
2001 Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge Marnie Piper Disney Channel Original Movie, sequel to Halloweentown
2002 My Sister’s Keeper Young Christine Chapman Hallmark Channel Original Movie[18]
2002 Rose Red Annie Wheaton Miniseries
2003 Bringing Down the House Sarah Sanderson
2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Jessica Morse / Margory Maddox TV series, Episode: “Perfect”
2004 Halloweentown High Marnie Piper Disney Channel Original Movie, 2nd sequel to Halloweentown
2005 Be Cool Tiffany
2006 Big Bad Wolf Sam Marche
2010 Friendship! Dorothee
2013 Low Winter Sun Shana Taylor TV series, 5 episodes
2018 Mondays Older Kelly TV miniseries, Episode: “That Time When I Met My Future Self”
2018 Wrong Side of 25 Jenn Short film
2018 Abducted? Officer Luis In pre-production

KIMBERLY SUSTAD

Kimberley Sustad is an actress, known for Down River (2013), The Romeo Section (2015) and The Nine Lives of Christmas (2014).
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Actress (29 credits)
 2018 Unspeakable (TV Mini-Series) (pre-production)
Caitlyn Hartley

Episode #1.5 … Caitlyn Hartley (as Kimberly Sustad)
Episode #1.4 … Caitlyn Hartley (as Kimberly Sustad)
Episode #1.2 … Caitlyn Hartley (as Kimberly Sustad)
  A Godwink Christmas (filming) (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2017 The Real Stephen Blatt (TV Mini-Series) (completed)
Interviewer (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2018 Travelers (TV Series)
Joanne Yates

Episode #3.4 (2018) … Joanne Yates (as Kimberly Sustad)
Episode #3.2 (2018) … Joanne Yates (as Kimberly Sustad)
Episode #3.1 (2018) … Joanne Yates (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2018 Chesapeake Shores (TV Series)
Caroline Moss

Before a Following Sea (2018) … Caroline Moss (as Kimberly Sustad)
Forward to the Past (2018) … Caroline Moss (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2018 Cooking with Love (TV Movie)
Jessica (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2018 Past Malice: An Emma Fielding Mystery (TV Movie)
Perry Quinn (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2017 Site Unseen: An Emma Fielding Mystery (TV Movie)
Perry (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2017 Walking the Dog (TV Movie)
Delia (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2016 Hearts of Christmas (TV Movie)
Isabel (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2015-2016 The Romeo Section (TV Series)
Kelly Hadler

The Official Narrative (2016) … Kelly Hadler (as Kimberly Sustad)
A String of Pearls (2015) … Kelly Hadler (as Kimberly Sustad)
Dragon Fruit (2015) … Kelly Hadler (as Kimberly Sustad)
Whiskey Jack (2015) … Kelly Hadler (as Kimberly Sustad)
Mandate of Heaven (2015) … Kelly Hadler (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2016 All Things Valentine (TV Movie)
McKenna (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2015 The Gourmet Detective (TV Movie)
Sally Aldridge (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2014 The Nine Lives of Christmas (TV Movie)
Marilee White (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2014 Witches of East End (TV Series)
Gorgeous Young Woman

Poe Way Out (2014) … Gorgeous Young Woman
 2014 Signed, Sealed, Delivered (TV Series)
Melissa

Dark of Night (2014) … Melissa (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2013-2014 Spooksville (TV Series)
Madeline Templeton

Stone (2014) … Madeline Templeton (as Kimberly Sustad)
Run (2014) … Madeline Templeton (as Kimberly Sustad)
The Haunted Cave (2013) … Madeline Templeton (as Kimberly Sustad, credit only)
The Secret Path: Part 2 (2013) … Madeline Templeton (as Kimberly Sustad)
The Secret Path: Part 1 (2013) … Madeline Templeton (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2014 A Bit of Bad Luck
Sandy (uncredited)
 2013 Down River
Christie (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2013 Baby Sellers (TV Movie)
Bethany (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2013 Super Buddies (Video)
Joanne (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2013 Continuum (TV Series)
Patsy

Second Truths (2013) … Patsy (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2013 Motive (TV Series)
Katie

Framed (2013) … Katie
 2012 Primeval: New World (TV Series)
Brooke Cross

Truth (2012) … Brooke Cross (as Kimberly Sustad)
Fear of Flying (2012) … Brooke Cross (as Kimberly Sustad)
The New World (2012) … Brooke Cross (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2012 A Bride for Christmas (TV Movie)
Vivian Patterson (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2012 Alcatraz (TV Series)
Charlotte

Clarence Montgomery (2012) … Charlotte
 2012 Supernatural (TV Series)
Amanda Willer

Adventures in Babysitting (2012) … Amanda Willer
 2011 Thunderballs (TV Movie)
Nikki (as Kimberly Sustad)
 2009 Live Henry Live (Short) (as Kimberly Sustad)

FILM & TELEVISION

A GODWINK CHRISTMAS Lead Hammark, Michael Robinson
UNSPEAKABLE Recurring CBC, Various
TRAVELERS Recurring Netflix, Various
COOKING WITH LOVE Supporting Lead Hallmark, Jem Garrard
EMMA FIELDING: PAST MALICE Lead HALLMARK, KEVIN FAIR
WALKING THE DOG Lead Hallmark, Gary Harvey
THE REAL STEPHEN BLATT Lead AMAZON, JUSTIN LONG
Each Precious Heartbeat Supporting David Winning
JonBenet Principal Lifetime, Jason Lapeyre
Romeo Section Recurring CBC, Various
Witches of East End Ep. 211 Principal Shawn Williamson/Lifetime
Nine Lives of Christimas Lead Mark Jean/Hallmark
Signed Seald Delivered Guest Star Scott Smith/Hallmark
Baby Sellers Supporting Nick Willing/Lifetime
A Bit of Bad Luck Supporting John Fuhrman/ Meadow Point Mot
Spooksville Recurring Various/ The Hub
Continuum Principal Patrick Williams/ SYFY Network
Motive Principal David Frazee/CTV Network
Super Buddies Principal Robert Vince/Disney
A Bride For Christmas Lead Gary Yates/Hallmark
Down River Principal Ben Ratner/Haven Films
Primeval Recurring Martin Wood/Space/ Syi Fyi
Alcatraz Principal Jack Bender/Fox TV
Supernatural Principal Jeannot Szwarc/CW Network
Thunderballs Series Regular Andy Tenant/Spike TV
Co-Pilots Lead Zeb Wells/5Foot6 Productions
Live Henry Live Lead Alex Whittle/MoreDust Prod.

THEATRE

Boeing Boeing Gloria David McKay/Arts Club
One Slight Hitch Courtney Joe Grifasi/ACT Theatre
White Hot Lil Braden Abraham/Seattle Rep
Pilgrims Musa and Sheri and The Real World Gamila Anita Montgomery/ACT Theatre
Hedda Gabler Hedda/Lead Lloyd Arnett/Freedom Hall
Beau Jest Mirium/Lead Lloyd Arnett/Freedom Hall
Mail Order Bride Rachel/Lead Angela Konrad/Freedom Hall

KIMBERLY ESTRADA

Kimberly Estrada is an American actress known for playing a wide range of roles, from professional boxer to vixen. Estrada is an ethnic blend of primarily Chinese, Spanish and Native descent and has an extensive background in martial arts and combat including Shaolin Kempo, Jeet Kun Do Kung Fu, Jiu-jitsu, Tae Kwon Do, Kickboxing and Western Boxing… »
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Actress (42 credits)
 2017 Chance (TV Series)
Elena Saavedra

A Madness of Two (2017) … Elena Saavedra
 2016 Hit the Floor (TV Series)
Cheryl Williams

Killer Crossover (2016) … Cheryl Williams
Carrying (2016) … Cheryl Williams
 2014 The Ganzfeld Haunting
Operator
 2013 Girl Club (Short)
Mya
 2002-2012 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Female Cop / Reporter

Episode #1.9977 (2012) … Reporter
Episode #1.7475 (2002) … Female Cop
Episode #1.7474 (2002) … Female Cop
 2012 Mother in Lust (TV Series)
Darlene
 2012/VI Redemption (Short)
Skye
 2011 Strawberry Cliff
Maggie Johnston
 2009-2011 All My Children (TV Series)
Nurse #3 / Melissa / Melissa (Nurse #4) / …

Episode #1.10687 (2011) … Nurse #3
Episode #1.10644 (2011) … Nurse #3 (uncredited)
Episode #1.10620 (2011) … Melissa
Episode #1.10573 (2011) … Melissa (uncredited)
Episode #1.10517 (2010) … Melissa (Nurse #4)
 2011 Make It or Break It (TV Series)
Gossip Writer

What Lies Beneath (2011) … Gossip Writer
Worlds Apart (2011) … Gossip Writer
 2011 Chuck (TV Series)
Amina

 2010 Changing Hands
Lotus
 2010 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Brenda Bright

Exit Wounds (2010) … Brenda Bright
 2010 Miami Medical (TV Series)
CT Tech Carla

88 Seconds (2010) … CT Tech Carla
 2010 Castle (TV Series)
Lisa Bloomfield

A Rose for Everafter (2010) … Lisa Bloomfield
 2009 Surrogate
Indian Woman
 2009 Sons of Anarchy (TV Series)
Flight Attendant

Na Triobloidi (2009) … Flight Attendant
 2009 The Forgotten (TV Series)
Ramona Peres

Canine John (2009) … Ramona Peres
 2008-2009 Easy Money (TV Series)
Cherise Buffkin

Bags, Bangles and Booty (2009) … Cherise Buffkin
Bella Roma (2009) … Cherise Buffkin
BassMaster (2009) … Cherise Buffkin
Extra Mayo (2009) … Cherise Buffkin
Chock Full O’Nuts (2008) … Cherise Buffkin
 2009 Heroes (TV Series)
Agent #1

 2008 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Yvonne Li

Episode #1.10855 (2008) … Yvonne Li
Episode #1.10840 (2008) … Yvonne Li
 2008 Have Sword Will Travel (TV Movie)
Agent Kazan
 2007 All for Melissa
Melissa Williams
 2007 Identity (TV Series)
Stranger

Episode #1.8 (2007) … Stranger
 2007 Lost (TV Series)
Sherry

Not in Portland (2007) … Sherry
 2006 Deal or No Deal (Video Game)
Model (as Kim Estrada)
 2006 Shut Up and Shoot!
Faith
 2006/I Bedtime Story (Short)
The Girl
 2006 All In
Asian Dealer
 2005 Day of Miracles (TV Movie documentary)
Amber
 2005 Choker
Kat – Alley Fight
 2005 Sharkskin 6
Bikini Girl
 2004 Day of Miracles (Video)
 2004 Million Dollar Baby
Perez (uncredited)
 2004 Chance (Short)
Massage Therapist
 2003 Jimmy Bones
Kimmy
 2001 First Years (TV Series)
Witness #1

Touched by a Reindeer … Witness #1
 2000 Providence (TV Series)
Receptionist

Rescue Me (2000) … Receptionist
 2000 Anniversary (Short)
The Woman

Stunts (3 credits)
 2012/VI Redemption (Short) (stunts)
 2008 Have Sword Will Travel (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 2004 Million Dollar Baby (stunts)

Self (9 credits)
 2013 Actors Entertainment (TV Series)
Herself

 2012 The 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special)
Herself – Trophy Model
 2009 Lets Go the Travel Show (TV Series)
Herself – Senior host
 2009 I Heart Hollywood (Documentary)
Herself
 2006 SoapTalk (TV Series)
Model

Episode dated 16 October 2006 (2006) … Model
 2005-2006 Deal or No Deal (TV Series)
Herself – Briefcase Model #16

Episode #1.39 (2006) … Herself – Briefcase Model #16
Episode #1.38 (2006) … Herself – Briefcase Model #16
Episode #1.37 (2006) … Herself – Briefcase Model #16
Episode #1.36 (2006) … Herself – Briefcase Model #16
Episode #1.35 (2006) … Herself – Briefcase Model #16
 2004 Extreme Dodgeball (TV Series)
Player – Curves of Steel (Year 1) / Ink, Inc. (Year 2-)
 2004 The Best Damn Sports Show Period (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 22 June 2004 (2004) … Herself
 2004 Good Morning America (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 14 June 2004 (2004) … Herself