LENA GEORGAS

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CLAIRE VAN DER BOOM

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Claire van der Boom

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Claire van der Boom
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Van der Boom at the premiere of Ruth & Alex in 2014
Born 1983 (age 33–34)
Broome, Western Australia
Nationality Australian
Occupation Actress

Claire van der Boom (born 1983) is a Logie Award winning Australian film, television and theatre actress of Dutch ancestry. Internationally, she is best known for her appearance as Stella in the HBO miniseries The Pacific, and her recurring role playing the ex-wife of Det. Danny Williams in the 2010 remake of Hawaii Five-O.

Biography[edit]

Van der Boom was born in Broome, Western Australia. She attended Presbyterian Ladies’ College in Perth, where she studied drama, graduating in 1999. She also graduated from Sydney‘s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2005.

Acting career[edit]

Following graduation, van der Boom appeared in the Australian TV series Love My Way and East West 101. Her first major role in a feature film was in The Square, opposite Joel Edgerton and directed by Nash Edgerton. It premiered at the Sydney Film Festival in June 2008. It was released in the USA in 2010 by Apparition (company).

She had a prominent role in the Steven Spielberg-produced mini-series The Pacific. This 10-part series, which is a follow-up to the critically acclaimed Band of Brothers, was largely filmed in Australia and was released internationally in March 2010. The role of Stella required her to speak Greek.

In 2008, Van der Boom appeared on Australian TV as Grace Barry in Channel 10’s police drama Rush, but her character was killed off in episode 11, which aired 11 November 2008. Josef Ber’s character, Sergeant Dominic “Dom” Wales, was originally scripted to be killed off. However, during production of the first season, Van der Boom had her USA green card approved which required her to relocate. She was nominated for a TV week Silver Logie for her work.[1]

She stars in the 2010 released psychological thriller Red Hill, opposite Ryan Kwanten and directed by Patrick Hughes.[2] Also in 2010 she starred in the comedic LGBT short ‘Baby Cake’ which screened at multiple festivals around the world.

In 2010, she portrayed Sister Berenice Twohill in the telemovie Sisters of War, directed by Brendan Maher in which she won a Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actress in 2011.[3]

Van der Boom starred in the 2011 telemovie Underbelly Files: The Man Who Got Away, the true story of the notorious drug smuggler David McMillan. She played McMillan’s doomed lover Clelia Vigano.

She played the role of reporter Juliette Gardner in the first three episodes of the Australian police procedural “City Homicide”; the episodes aired in February and March 2011.

She portrays the ex-wife of Danny Williams (Scott Caan) in the new Hawaii Five-0 series.

Van der Boom at the premiere of Jack Reacher in 2012

In 2012, Claire was cast in two Off-Broadway world premiere productions of internationally renowned playwrights. She played ‘Karen’ in David Rabe‘s An Early History of Fire (The New Group) and took over the role of ‘Sally’ (originally played by Julianne Nicholson) in the extended season of Sam Shepard‘s Heartless (Signature Theatre).[4][5][6]

Claire had previously worked with Shepard in Tough Trade, the original series pilot for Epix. She played Billie Tucker in the “one-hour drama about a three-generation Nashville music dynasty with a penchant for drink, debauchery and divorce.”[7]

In the 2015 film 5 Flights Up with Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton Claire played ‘Young Ruth’ to Keaton’s ‘Ruth’.

In November 2014, Universal Pictures secured the international distribution rights to the Australian feature Love Is Now, starring Claire, Eamon Farren and Anna Torv.

In 2015 she appeared in Stephen Suettinger’s movie, A Year and Change as Vera.

Claire will next be seen in films Chronic (film), (best screenplay at 2015 Cannes Film Festival), in Dear Eleanor, and in Alison Eastwood‘s “Battlecreek”

Claire appeared in the two top rated episodes of Constantine, portraying the character of Anne-Marie who has secluded herself away from society in the guise of a Catholic nun in Mexico, as a result of the Newcastle incident. She also has a shaky past with John Constantine and introduced him to the life he now leads.

In 2015 she was in the world premiere of Scott Caan‘s play “The Trouble With Where We Come From” at The Falcon Theatre in Los Angeles.

She was a series regular in the 2016 10 part NBC series Game of Silence (U.S. TV series)

In 2016 she played the infamous femme fatale Phyllis in the world premier theatre adaptation of Double Indemnity (novel) for Melbourne Theatre Company.

Music career[edit]

In 2003 Claire recorded vocals for a track titled “Do What You Want” produced by Jason Hearn. This track was later remixed by Infusion, Max Graham and Jacob Todd. The Infusion remix is featured on the critically acclaimed Balance 005 compilation mixed by James Holden.[8] It is most notably found on renowned DJ Tiëstos album In Search Of Sunrise, Volume 4 (20

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Celia Keenan-Bolger

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Celia Keenan-Bolger

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Celia Keenan-Bolger
Born (1978-01-26) January 26, 1978 (age 39)
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Alma mater University of Michigan
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Spouse(s) John Ellison Conlee (m. 2010)
Children 1
Relatives Maggie Keenan-Bolger
Andrew Keenan-Bolger

Celia Keenan-Bolger (born January 26, 1978) is an American actress and singer.

Early and personal life[edit]

Keenan-Bolger was born in Detroit, Michigan. She is an alumna of the Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit and the Detroit School of Arts High School (formerly the Detroit High School for the Fine and Performing Arts). She is a graduate of the University of Michigan‘s musical theatre performance program. She is one of three children, all of whom are involved in the performing arts. Her brother, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, also graduated from the University of Michigan with a BFA in musical theatre in 2007. Already a Broadway veteran,[1] Andrew joined the national touring company of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee in the fall of 2007. Her sister, Maggie Keenan-Bolger, who wrote the noted play From the Inside, Out, studied theatre and gender and women’s studies at Oberlin College and graduated in 2006.

She married actor John Ellison Conlee in 2010 and announced that she is six months pregnant with the couple’s first child in February, 2015.[2] Their son, William Emmett Conlee, was born on April 29, 2015.

Career[edit]

Keenan-Bolger’s regional credits include Johanna in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street at the Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration in 2002,[3] along with productions at the Goodman Theatre, TheatreWorks and Sundance Theatre Program. In 2003, she originated the role of Clara Johnson in the pre-Broadway world premiere of the Craig Lucas/Adam Guettel musical The Light in the Piazza at Seattle’s Intiman Theatre and Chicago’s Goodman Theatre.[4] She has performed Off-Broadway in Kindertransport, Little Fish and Summer of ’42.

In 2005, Keenan-Bolger made her Broadway debut starring in William Finn‘s musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, where she originated the role of Olive Ostrovsky. For this performance, she was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical.[5] She had appeared in the musical from its beginning at the Barrington Stage Company (Sheffield, Massachusetts) in July 2004, to the Off-Broadway production at the Second Stage Theatre in January through March 2005.[6] With the original Broadway cast, she returned to The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee for a four-week limited engagement run at the Wadsworth Theatre in Los Angeles from May through June 2007.[7]

She has also appeared on Broadway in the revival of Les Misérables as street waif Éponine from October 2006 to April 2007,[8] for which she received a Drama Desk Award nomination.[9]

Keenan-Bolger appeared in the Playwrights Horizons production of the new musical Saved with music and lyrics by Michael Friedman and a book by John Dempsey and Rinne Groff in 2008.[10] She appeared in Bachelorette at the Second Stage Theatre and in Adam Bock‘s A Small Fire, opposite Michele Pawk and Reed Birney.[11][12]

Keenan-Bolger starred as Mary Flynn in the Encores! production of Merrily We Roll Along, which played at the New York City Center from February 8 through 19, 2012.[13]

In 2011, she starred in the New York Theatre Workshop production of Peter and the Starcatcher, a stage adaptation of the 2004 best-selling children’s novel of a similar name. She reprised the role of Molly in the Broadway transfer production of Peter and the Starcatcher, which played at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre from March 28, 2012 through January 20, 2013.[14][15] Keenan-Bolger received Drama Desk Award and Tony Award nominations for her performance.[16][17]

Keenan-Bolger played Laura Wingfield in the American Repertory Theater production of The Glass Menagerie alongside Cherry Jones, Zachary Quinto and Brian J. Smith, from February 2, 2013 through March 17, 2013.[18] Keenan-Bolger reprised her role in the production’s Broadway transfer, which ran from September 5, 2013 through February 23, 2014 at the Booth Theatre.[19] She received a third Tony Award nomination for her performance.[20]

Keenan-Bolger starred in the Lincoln Center production of Sarah Ruhl‘s The Oldest Boy, which began performances at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater on October 9, 2014.[21]

She has sung in concert at the Lincoln Center American Songbook Series and at the Michigan Theatre with Audra McDonald. Keenan-Bolger performed as Martha in the 2005 The Secret Garden World AIDS Day benefit concert.[22] She appeared on the concept cast album of Bright Lights, Big City. She also participated in a reading of Shrek the Musical as Princess Fiona in 2007.[23]

She recently participated in a reading of “The Brave Little Toaster: The Musical” as the titular character. Others involved included Carol Channing, reprising her role as the Ceiling Fan. In early 2015, she is scheduled to appear in a live reading of Eric Carle’s “Animals, Animals” for the Autistic Children’s Trust in Bangor, Maine.

Credits[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Mariachi Gringo Tammy
2015 The Visit Stacey
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2002 The Education of Max Bickford N/A Episode: “Murder of the First”
2007 Law & Order Elaine Fowler Episode: “Murder Book”
Heartland Alice Episode: “Smile”
2008 The Battery’s Down Voter Registration Girl Episode: “The Bronx is Up”
2012 Submissions Only Michelle Loudon Episode: “Another Interruption”
2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Mavis Summers Episode: “Reasonable Doubt”
Nurse Jackie N/A Episode: “The Lady with the Lamp”
2015 Louie Julianne Episode: “Pot Luck”
The Good Wife Wendy Searle Episode: “Driven”
Elementary Amber Bova Episode: “The Cost of Doing Business”
2016 Good Behavior Daphne Episode: “So You’re Not an English Teacher”
    2017 BREAKABLE YOU JENNY
              BLUEBLOODS ELLEN TURNER
  • Serial: The TV Show, Megan Waller, 2015 (short)

Theatre[edit]

Year Show Role Production
2002 Sweeney Todd Johanna Barker John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
May 10 – June 30, 2002
2005 The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Olive Ostrovsky Second Stage Theatre
January 11 – March 20, 2005
Circle in the Square Theatre
April 15, 2005 – September 17, 2006
2006 Les Misérables Éponine Broadhurst Theatre
October 24, 2006 – April 22, 2007
2008 Saved Mary Playwrights Horizons
May 10 – June 22, 2008
2011 Peter and the Starcatcher Molly Aster New York Theatre Workshop
February 18 – April 24, 2011
2012 Merrily We Roll Along Mary Flynn New York City Center
February 8 – 19, 2012
Peter and the Starcatcher Molly Aster Brooks Atkinson Theatre
March 28 – December 30, 2012
2013 The Glass Menagerie Laura Wingfield American Repertory Theater
February 2 – March 17, 2013
Booth Theatre
September 5, 2013 – February 23, 2014
2014 The Oldest Boy Mother Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
October 9 – December 28, 2014
2016 The Cherry Orchard Varya American Airlines Theatre
September 15 – December 6, 2016

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2005 Tony Award Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Ensemble Performance Won
Theatre World Award Won
2007 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Les Misérables Nominated
2011 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Peter and the Starcatcher Nominated
2012 Tony Award Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play Nominated
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Nominated
Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite Actress in a Play Won
2013 Elliot Norton Award Outstanding Ensemble The Glass Menagerie Won
2014 Tony Award Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Won
Theatre World Award Dorothy Loudon Award for Excellence in the Theatre Won
Independent Reviewers of New England Award Best Supporting Actress in a Play Won
Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite Featured Actress in a Play Won
BroadwayWorld.com Award Best Featured Actress in a Play Won

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Roles (6)

The Cherry Orchard Playbill - Opening Night The Cherry Orchard (2016)
Opened Oct 16, 2016
  • as Varya (Original)
The Glass Menagerie Playbill - Opening Night The Glass Menagerie (2013)
Opened Sep 26, 2013
  • as Laura (Original)
The Glass Menagerie Playbill - Opening Night
Peter and the Starcatcher Playbill - Opening Night Peter and the Starcatcher (2012)
Opened Apr 15, 2012
  • as Molly (Original)
Peter and the Starcatcher - Opening Night
  • Departed on Dec 30, 2012
Les Miserables Playbill - Opening Night Les Misérables (2006)
Opened Nov 9, 2006
  • as Eponine (Original)
  • as Whore (Original)
Les Miserables - Opening Night
  • Oct 24, 2006 – Apr 23, 2007
  • Oct 24, 2006 – Apr 23, 2007
Putnam County Spelling Bee Playbill - Opening Night The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (2005)
Opened May 2, 2005
  • as Olive Ostrovsky (Original)
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee - Opening Night

SARAH MEZZANOTTE

 

 

FILMOLOGY:

2017 BLAME SOPHIE GRANT

BLUEBLOODS (TV SERIES) BRENDA PATIMKIN

2916 CENTRAL PARK WILLA

SEARCH PARTY (TV SERIES) BITCHY BITCH

TRUTH SLASH FICTION MARGARET

THE FIRST OF OUT FRIENDS GETTING MARRIED CLARE

ROYAL PAINS (TV SERIES) LENA

THE INTERESTINGS YOUNG ASH WOLF

LAW AND ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIM’S UNIT (TV SERIES) AMBER

2014 FASHION NIGHTMARE (SHORT) KARLI

HOUSED (MINI-SERIES) EXTRA

THEATER:

2017 UP ON THE MARQUEE

SIX DEGREES OF SEPERATION

 

Sofia Milos

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Sofia Milos

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Sofia Milos
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Born (1969-09-27) 27 September 1969 (age 47)[1]
Zurich, Switzerland
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present
Website www.sofiamilos.com

Sofia Milos /səˈfiə ˈmls/ (born 27 September 1969)[1] is a Swiss-born Italian/Greek actress. She is best known for her role as Yelina Salas on CSI: Miami. She has also had a recurring role on The Sopranos as Camorra Boss Annalisa Zucca, as well as roles in TV series such as Curb your Enthusiasm, Friends and ER.

Early life[edit]

Milos was born in Zurich, Switzerland, to an Italian father and a Greek mother. The family moved to Rome, Italy when she was a child. In her teens she entered a local beauty pageant, and after winning first prize went on to win the provincial, regional and national contests as well. Milos studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in the United States under acting coach Milton Katselas.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Over the Line Kristin
1998 Mafia! Young Sophia
1999 Screw Loose Woman in Airport
2000 Ladies Man, TheThe Ladies Man Cheryl
2001 Double Bang Carmela Krailes
2001 Order, TheThe Order Lt. Dalia Barr
2002 Passionada Celia Amonte
2002 Cross, TheThe Cross Boss
2003 Family Jewels Sarah Putanesca
2013 Brentwood Connection, TheThe Brentwood Connection Sofia Milos Short film

2015 THE SECRET OF JOY (SHORT) LADY OF THE LAKE

2016   THE STRANGER INSIDE DR. HARTLIN

2017   ATTRACTION BLANCHE

2016 ODISSEA NELL” OSPIZIO CARLA

 

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993–1994 Café Americain Fabiana Borelli Main role (18 episodes)
1994 Friends Aurora Episode: “The One with the Butt”
1995 Platypus Man Stella Episode: “Sweet Denial”
1995 Vanishing Son Gale Heathe Episode: “Lock and Load, Babe”
1995 Weird Science Ali Episode: “Earth Boys Are Easy”
1995 Strange Luck Jill Episode: “The Box”
1995 Shadow-Ops Matya TV film
1996 Mad About You Sarah Episode: “The Award”
1997–1998 Caroline in the City Julia Karinsky Recurring role (20 episodes)
1998 Getting Personal Dr. Angela Lopez Episode: “The Doctor Is In”
1998 Secret Lives of Men, TheThe Secret Lives of Men Maria Main role (13 episodes)
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave, TheThe Love Boat: The Next Wave Marisol Episode: “Dust, Lust, Destiny”
2000 M.K.3 Milady TV film
2000 Sopranos, TheThe Sopranos Annalisa Zucca Episodes: “Commendatori“, “Funhouse
2000 Curb Your Enthusiasm Richard’s Girlfriend Episodes: “The Pants Tent”, “Affirmative Action”
2001 Thieves Paulie Episodes: “Pilot”, “The Long Con”
2002 Lo zio d’America Barbara Steel TV series
2002 Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone Francesca Episode: “Future Trade
2003 ER Coco Episode: “A Little Help from My Friends”
2003–2009 CSI: Miami Det. Yelina Salas Recurring role, Main Cast Season 3 (60 episodes)
2006 Desire Victoria Marston Regular role (47 episodes)
2008–2009 Border, TheThe Border Special Agent Bianca LeGarda Recurring role (13 episodes)
2011 Tatort Abby Lanning Episode: “Wunschdenken”
2012 Section de recherches Alison Carter Episodes: “À la derive”, “Rien ne va plus”
2012 First Family, TheThe First Family Silasia Episode: “The First Stay-cation”
2013 1600 Penn Bernice Milbert Episode: “Dinner, Bath, Puzzle”

2017 CHICAGO JUSTICE (TV SERIES) MARY WILLIS, DEFENSE ATTORNEY

CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS (TV SERIES) SERGEANT ALEX BALABAN

 

Sophia Myles

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Sophia Myles

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Myles at the 2007 Berlinale Film Festival
Born Sophia Jane Myles
(1980-03-18) 18 March 1980 (age 37)
London, England, United Kingdom
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present
Partner(s) David Tennant (2005–07)
Children 1

Sophia Jane Myles[1] (/səˈf.ə/;[2] born 18 March 1980) is an English actress, best known in film for portraying Erika in Underworld (2003), Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward in the live-action Thunderbirds film, Isolde in Tristan & Isolde and Darcy in Transformers: Age of Extinction, and has received critical acclaim for her television work, particularly as Madame de Pompadour in the Doctor Who episode “The Girl in the Fireplace” and Beth Turner in Moonlight.

Early life[edit]

Myles was born in London. Her mother, Jane (née Allan), works in educational publishing, and her father, Peter R. Myles, is a retired Church of England vicar in Isleworth, West London.[3] Her maternal grandmother was Russian,[4] and Myles refers to herself as “half-Welsh, half-Russian”.[5] She grew up in Notting Hill and attended Fox Primary School. At the age of 11, she moved with her family to Isleworth and attended the Green School. Following success at her A-levels, she had been planning to study philosophy at Cambridge, but chose to pursue an acting career after being spotted by Julian Fellowes in a school play.[4]

Career[edit]

Myles at Berlinale, 2007

Since 1996, Myles has appeared in a number of films and television productions. In 2001, she got a small role as Victoria Abberline in the thriller film From Hell. She had a supporting role in the 2003 film Underworld, and reprised the character in a brief flashback scene in its sequel, Underworld: Evolution (2006). In 2003, she starred in the thriller Out of Bounds and played Lady Penelope in Thunderbirds. In 2006, she co-starred as Isolde in the romantic drama Tristan and Isolde.

Myles appeared as Madame de Pompadour in the 2006 Doctor Who episode “The Girl in the Fireplace“. The episode was nominated for a Nebula Award and won the 2007 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form.[6] She co-starred in 2006’s comedy film Art School Confidential. Also in 2006, she appeared as Lucy Westenra in a BBC adaptation of Dracula. In 2007, she played Freya in Outlander.[7]

Myles was cast in the CBS supernatural television drama Moonlight. She was nominated for the Best Actress Award in 2007 for her role in Hallam Foe from the British Independent Film Award committee,[8] for which she also received a BAFTA Scotland Award. Moonlight won for Best New Drama in the 2007 People’s Choice Awards. In 2010, she joined Spooks, a BBC series about a counter-terrorism unit in MI5, for its ninth series, playing Beth Bailey.[9] She appeared in Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014).[10]

Personal life[edit]

Myles began dating David Tennant after filming an episode of Doctor Who.[11] In October 2007, it was announced that Tennant had ended the relationship.[12]

On 27 September 2014, Myles gave birth to a son, named Luke.[13][14]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 The Prince and the Pauper Lady Jane Grey
1998 Big Women Saffron
1999 Mansfield Park Susan Price
1999 Guest House Paradiso Saucy Wood Nymph
2001 From Hell Victoria Abberline
2002 The Abduction Club Anne Kennedy
2003 Underworld Erika
2003 Out of Bounds Louise Thompson
2004 Thunderbirds Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward
2006 Tristan & Isolde Isolde
2006 Underworld: Evolution Erika Flashback scene
2006 Art School Confidential Audrey
2006 Dracula Lucy Westenra
2007 Hallam Foe Kate Breck
2008 Outlander Freya
2012 A Sunny Morning Grace Short film
2013 Gallows Hill Lauren Direct-to-video
2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction Darcy Tirrel[15]

2017 TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST NIGHT DARCY

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Oliver Twist Agnes Fleming Miniseries
2001 The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Kate Nickleby Television film
2001 Heartbeat Heather Conway Episode: “No Hiding Place”
2002 Foyle’s War Susan Gascoigne Episode: “A Lesson in Murder
2003 Coming Up Nina 1 episode
2005 Colditz Lizzie Carter Television film
2006 Agatha Christie’s Marple Gwenda Halliday Episode: “Sleeping Murder
2006 Covert One: The Hades Factor Sophie Amsden Television film
2006 Doctor Who Madame de Pompadour Episode: “The Girl in the Fireplace
2006 Extras Herself
2007 Moonlight Beth Turner 16 episodes
2010 Spooks Beth Bailey 8 episodes
2013 Blackwood Rachel Marshall
2014 Our Zoo Lady Katherine
2014 Crossing Lines Dr. Anna Clarke 2 episodes
2014 Panorama Narrator Episode: “Last Chance Academy”

Music videos[edit]

Year Artist Song
2002 Bush Inflatable
2003 Ronan Keating Love Won’t Work (If We Don’t Try)
2006 Gavin DeGraw “We Belong Together”

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 SUPERNATURAL (TV SERIES) HAYDEN FOSTER

2015-16 SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED (TV SERIES) TSOURIS

THE UNAUTHORIZED MELROSE PLACE STORY TORI SPELLING

THE UNAUTHORIZED BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 STORY  TORI SPELLING

2014-15 ONCE UPON A TIME (TV SERIES) YOUNG EMMA

GIRLFRIENDS GUIDE TO DIVORCE (TV SERIES) DORIE KLEIN

CEDAR COVE (TV SERIES) KAYLA ROBERTS

2013-14 SEED (TV SERIES) ANATASIA COLBORNE

SEED (WEBISODES) ANATASIA COLBORNE

2012 SWIM (SHORT) SWIM TEAM MEMBER

 

 

 

 

JESSIE FISHER

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 CHICAGO JUSTICE (TV)  GAIL MARCUS

2015 CHICAGO P.D. (TV) KTISTA MANNING

THE ENGAGEMENT PARTY JJ STONE

2011 BOSS (TV SERIES) DARA

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Age: 32

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Current Role: After making her Broadway debut as a standby, Fisher officially took over the role of piano-playing Czech immigrant Girl in Once full-time beginning June 17.

Stage & Screen Cred: A Jeff Award-winning performance as the Emcee in the Hypocrites production of Cabaret; The Pride and Of Mice and Men at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; TV’s Boss.

My grandma was an actress and did community theater. She used to teach me and my sister Taryn little dance numbers, like ‘Bosom Buddies’ from Mame. I was really shy, so I’d usually chicken out halfway through.”

“I had a brief stint as a chemistry major at the University of Colorado, but I quickly dropped it for theater. But I still know a lot of the periodic table, and I can balance chemistry equations.”

They gave me two days to move to New York for Once. I auditioned on a Monday, they offered me the part on Tuesday, and I was here by Friday. I had just bought a house in Chicago, so it was a scary move, but very exciting.”

I can play four instruments: Piano, guitar, saxophone and the musical saw—my fiancé got it for me one Christmas. It’s an awesome instrument for jam parties, you can pick it up quickly.”

The hardest job on Broadway is being a standby. I had to go on halfway through the show once—I was sitting in another understudy’s room, talking about pouring some whiskey, and I got the call that I had to do the second act. I had five minutes to throw on my costume.”

I got engaged a few weeks ago to my boyfriend, Erik Hellman. We met in Chicago and started playing music together, but both had other people in our lives. He went away for a while and we ended our relationships—when he came back, we got together. We’re like Once with a happy ending.”

 

REBEKKAH WARD

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 CHICAGO JUSTICE (TV SERIES)  JESSICA CODY

UNTRUTH KATH OSINI

2015 CHICAGO P.D. (TV SERIES) FIONA WELLS

2014 MASTERS OF SEX (TV SERIES) LORAINE

HUMOR ME (TV SERIES) LAURA

2013 SAM & CAT (TV SERIES) MRS LURKIN

FLAT CHESTED (SHORT) JAIME

2012 CHICAGO FIRE (TV SERIES) MADELAINE’S MOTHER

JUST LIKE A WOMAN REBECCA

2011 NO SAVING SEATS (SHORT) KATE

2010 INNOCENT (SHORT) MOM

THEATRE
Play Role Theatre
Best of Craigslist LIVE – LA Ensemble Multiple Locations, John Pick
The Miracle Worker Kate Keller Indiana Repertory Theatre, David Bradley
Rock ‘n’ Roll Lenka (u/s) Goodman Theatre, Charles Newell
Dublin Carol Mary (u/s) Steppenwolf Theatre, Amy Morton
The Kid Thing Margot About Face/Chicago Dramatists, Joanie Schultz
As You Like It Olivia First Presbyterian Theatre, Thom Hofrichter
Three Days of Rain Lina/Nan BackStage Theatre Company, Matthew Reeder
Red Noses Druce Strawdog Theatre, Matthew Hawkins
Wilson Wants It All Hope The HOUSE Theatre, Michael Rohd
Aunt Dan and Lemon * Lemon BackStage Theatre Company, Matthew Reeder
What the Butler Saw Geraldine/Mrs. Prentice (u/s) Court Theatre, Sean Graney
Red Herring Maggie Noble Fool Theatre, John Gawlik
Fifth of July Gwen Oak Park Festival Theatre, Michael Weber
Waiting for Lefty* Edna BackStage Theatre Company, Jason Kae
Romeo and Juliet Lady Capulet Audacity Theatre, Jennilyn Heitzman
The Skin of Our Teeth** Sabina BackStage Theatre Company, Brandon Bruce
Pride and Prejudice Lady Catherine/Caroline (u/s) Northlight Theatre, Peter Amster
A Streetcar Named Desire** Stella Arena Dinner Theatre, Greg Stieber
*2010 Joseph Jefferson Nominee – Actress in a Principal Role
*2007 Joseph Jefferson Nominee – Actress in a Supporting Role
**2006 Joseph Jefferson Award – Actress in a Principal Role
**2002

 

 

 

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Kathryn Newton
Born Kathryn Newton
(1997-02-08) February 8, 1997 (age 20)
United States
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Kathryn Newton (born February 8, 1997) is an American actress best known for her role as Louise Brooks in the CBS television series Gary Unmarried as well as for her role as Alex Nelson in the 2012 feature film Paranormal Activity 4, which earned her the 2013 Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film.[1] She is also known for portraying the older version of Claire Novak in the CW series Supernatural.

Life and career[edit]

Newton commenced her career at age 4, making her television debut on the soap opera All My Children,[2] playing Colby Marian Chandler from 2001 to 2004. Meanwhile, she also starred in two short films, Abbie Down East (2002) and Bun-Bun (2003).[2] In 2008 Newton was cast in the role of Louise Brooks in the CBS television series Gary Unmarried. In 2010 Newton won two Young Artist Awards for “Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series” and “Best Performance in a TV series (Comedy or Drama)” for Gary Unmarried.[3] Newton played the role of Chase Rubin-Rossi in the 2011 film Bad Teacher alongside Cameron Diaz.[4] She had the lead role, Alex, in the 2012 film Paranormal Activity 4, the fourth in the franchise,[5] and won an award at the 34th Young Artist Awards for her performance in the film.[1] Beginning in season 10, she had a recurring role as Claire Novak on Supernatural. Newton will appear in the HBO series Big Little Lies based on the Liane Moriarty novel of the same name.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Abbie Down East Mahala Burgess Short film
2003 Bun-Bun Chloe Short film
2011 Bad Teacher Chase Rubin-Rossi
2012 Paranormal Activity 4 Alex Nelson Won Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film at the 34th Young Artist Awards
2015 The Martial Arts Kid Rina
2016 Mono Katie Completed
2017 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Angela Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002–2003 All My Children Colby Chandler 2 episodes
2008–2010 Gary Unmarried Louise Brooks 37 episodes[4]
2013 Mad Men Mandy 1 episode
2013–2014 Dog With a Blog Emily 3 episodes
2014–2016 Supernatural Claire Novak 4 episodes
2016 The Maid Laura Blackwell TV movie
2017 Big Little Lies Abigail Mackenzie

2017 SUPERNATURAL (TV SERIES) LADIES DRINK FREE

CLAIRE NOVAK

2017 THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI ANGELA

2017  LADY BIRD  DARLENE

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref
2013 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Kathryn Newton Won
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kathryn Newton
Born Kathryn Newton
(1997-02-08) February 8, 1997 (age 20)
United States
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Kathryn Newton (born February 8, 1997) is an American actress best known for her role as Louise Brooks in the CBS television series Gary Unmarried as well as for her role as Alex Nelson in the 2012 feature film Paranormal Activity 4, which earned her the 2013 Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film.[1] She is also known for portraying the older version of Claire Novak in the CW series Supernatural.

Life and career[edit]

Newton commenced her career at age 4, making her television debut on the soap opera All My Children,[2] playing Colby Marian Chandler from 2001 to 2004. Meanwhile, she also starred in two short films, Abbie Down East (2002) and Bun-Bun (2003).[2] In 2008 Newton was cast in the role of Louise Brooks in the CBS television series Gary Unmarried. In 2010 Newton won two Young Artist Awards for “Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series” and “Best Performance in a TV series (Comedy or Drama)” for Gary Unmarried.[3] Newton played the role of Chase Rubin-Rossi in the 2011 film Bad Teacher alongside Cameron Diaz.[4] She had the lead role, Alex, in the 2012 film Paranormal Activity 4, the fourth in the franchise,[5] and won an award at the 34th Young Artist Awards for her performance in the film.[1] Beginning in season 10, she had a recurring role as Claire Novak on Supernatural. Newton will appear in the HBO series Big Little Lies based on the Liane Moriarty novel of the same name.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Abbie Down East Mahala Burgess Short film
2003 Bun-Bun Chloe Short film
2011 Bad Teacher Chase Rubin-Rossi
2012 Paranormal Activity 4 Alex Nelson Won Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film at the 34th Young Artist Awards
2015 The Martial Arts Kid Rina
2016 Mono Katie Completed
2017 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Angela Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002–2003 All My Children Colby Chandler 2 episodes
2008–2010 Gary Unmarried Louise Brooks 37 episodes[4]
2013 Mad Men Mandy 1 episode
2013–2014 Dog With a Blog Emily 3 episodes
2014–2016 Supernatural Claire Novak 4 episodes
2016 The Maid Laura Blackwell TV movie
2017 Big Little Lies Abigail Mackenzie

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref
2013 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Kathryn Newton Won