TRIBUTE TO ROSIE HAMLIN OF ROSIE & THE ORIGINALS

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Rosalie Hamlin, the lead singer of Rosie and the Originals who recorded the early ’60s one-hit wonder classic “Angel Baby,” has died at age 71.

A note by a family member posted on the group’s official website said she passed away on Thursday (March 30). The cause of Hamlin’s death was unknown as of press time, but she had suffered from fibromyalgia for years.

Background information
Genres R&B, pop
Years active 1960–1963, 1969–1973
Labels Highland Records
Brunswick Records
Members Rosie Hamlin
James Bentley
Gene Romero
Joe Yancho
Past members Noah Tafolla
David Ponce
Tony Gomez
Carl Von Goodat
Alfred Barrett

Rosie and the Originals were an American 1960s group best known for their single, “Angel Baby.” Fronted by lead singer Rosie Hamlin, the group produced two singles (including “Angel Baby”) for Highland Records and, like many other artists of the era, ended up in protracted legal battles with their record label over royalties and credits.

Early career[edit]

Rosalie “Rosie” Méndez Hamlin was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon, on July 21, 1945, to a Mexican mother and an Anglo-American father.[1] She spent part of her childhood between Anchorage, Alaska and California, before her family moved to National City, California. She started singing with a band at thirteen.[2] She wrote the lyrics for “Angel Baby” as a poem for “my very first boyfriend” when she was 14 years old, still attending Mission Bay High School in San Diego, California.[3] When she was 15, she and some friends rented the only recording studio they could find within 100 miles of San Diego located in San Marcos, California, to record the song. The studio was owned by an airplane mechanic who had taken part of his hangar to make it.[4] The resulting record had a very simplistic sound, and, in fact, was eventually slightly damaged from excessive playing, so the group was unable to find a record label to distribute it.[citation needed] Finally, after taking the master to a department store, they convinced a manager to play it in the listening booth of the store’s music department.[5] The song received positive reactions from teenage listeners, and a scout from Highland Records offered the group a recording contract, under the condition that the company take possession of the master recording, and that David Ponce be named as the author of the song, as he was the eldest member of the group.

“Angel Baby” made its radio debut in November 1960,[6] before the group had even received their contract. When the contract finally came, Hamlin found that she was ineligible to collect record royalties from the song because she was not listed as the songwriter. This led to the group’s break-up, and although Hamlin secured the copyright to her music in 1961, decades of battles over royalties followed.

In 1961, “Angel Baby” was also released in Canada on the Zirkon label and in Australia and England on London Records. The British release slightly edited the intro.[7]

After Highland[edit]

After leaving Highland Records, Hamlin recorded a full-length album with guitarist Noah Tafolla for Brunswick Records and toured with the label’s other artists.

Hamlin and Tafolla married and had two children together. Their son, Joey Tafolla, is well known Jag Panzer guitarist. In 1963, Hamlin retired from singing to spend time with her family.

She returned to record singles in 1969 and again in 1973, performing occasionally throughout the 1970s and 1980s and more regularly throughout the 1990s and 2000s.

In a 1969 interview with Life magazine, John Lennon named Hamlin as one of his favorite singers. As can be heard on circulating recordings, the Beatles mention the song “Give Me Love” during sessions on 01/24/69. Lennon and friends can be heard in a quickly busked version of “Angel Baby,” taped at his birthday in 1971. Lennon recorded a studio version of “Angel Baby” for his 1975 Rock ‘n’ Roll album, but the track would go unissued until 1986’s Menlove Avenue. Rosie and the Originals are referenced by Led Zeppelin in the liner notes from their 1973 album Houses of the Holy, following the printed lyrics of the song “D’yer Mak’er” (pronounced, “Jamaica”). The quote is “Whatever happened to Rosie and the Originals?” “Rosie” also shows up in the Led Zeppelin song “How Many More Times”.

1995-present[edit]

In 1995, Rosie & the Originals were portrayed in the film My Family, performing “Angel Baby.” Hamlin’s part was played by Jeanette Jurado, of the group Expose.[8] In 1996, Linda Ronstadt recorded a version of “Angel Baby” for her album Dedicated to the One I Love.

In 1999, Ace Records released The Best of Rosie & the Originals, including all the Highland tracks as well as Brunswick recordings and unreleased tracks. The following year, the label released the album Angel Baby Revisited, with previously unreleased material.

In 2002, Hamlin performed “Angel Baby” on a PBS-TV program, Red White & Rock.

Rosalie Hamlin passed away on March 30, 2017.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Angel Baby“/”Give Me Love” (Highland, 1960)
  • “Why Did You Leave Me”/”Angel from Above”(Highland, 1961)
  • “Lonely Blue Nights”/”We’ll Have a Chance” (Brunswick, 1961)
  • “Lonely Blue Nights”/”We’ll Have a Chance” (Highland, 1961) [9]
  • “My Darling Forever”/”The Time is Near” (Brunswick, 1961)
  • “Kinda Makes You Wonder”/”My One and Only Love” (Globe, 1962)
  • You’re No Good“/”You Don’t Understand” (Wax World, 1973)

Albums[edit]

  • Lonely Blue Nights (Brunswick, 1962)
  • The Best of Rosie & the Originals (Ace, 1999)
  • Angel Baby Revisited (Ace, 2000)
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Rebecca Gibney

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Rebecca Gibney, February 2013
Born Rebecca Catherine Gibney
(1964-12-14) 14 December 1964 (age 52)
Levin, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand
Occupation Actress
Years active 1980–present
Notable work The Flying Doctors
All Together Now
Halifax f.p.
Packed to the Rafters
Spouse(s) Irwin Thomas (1992–1995)
Richard Bell (2001–present)

Rebecca Catherine Gibney (born 14 December 1964) is a New Zealand actress known for her roles on Australian television in The Flying Doctors, Halifax f.p., Packed to the Rafters, Winter and Wanted. She is a Gold Logie winner and has featured in a number of Australian films including Mental and The Dressmaker.

Biography[edit]

Gibney was born the youngest of six children, born in Levin, New Zealand and brought up in Wellington. She recounted that she was a “bit odd” as a child, stating “I was a bit like Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family. I walked around with this headless doll that I took everywhere.”[1] Gibney moved to Australia at the age of 19 after graduating from high school.

Performance career[edit]

Gibney worked as a model, then appeared on television in the New Zealand kidult series Sea Urchins from 1980 to 1984. She broke into Australian television with the role of Julie Davis in the children’s series Zoo Family in 1985. She went on to play mechanic Emma Plimpton in the popular drama series The Flying Doctors, and in 1990 starred in the mini-series Come In Spinner. In 1991 she starred in the Channel Nine sitcom All Together Now, leaving the series in 1993. After her departure, she starred in Snowy.

The title character of Dr. Jane Halifax in Halifax f.p. was created especially for her by the producers of her previous show Snowy. Halifax f.p. debuted in 1994 with the episode “Acts Of Betrayal”, and continued with a further 20 telemovies leading up until 2002. The series was an immense success and cemented Gibney’s status as a household name within Australia.[according to whom?] She has also appeared in other mini-series, like Kangaroo Palace (1997), and in The Day of the Roses (in 1998).

In 2002 and 2003, Gibney had a role in Stingers, and from 2003 until 2006, she had a role in the telemovie trilogy Small Claims as Chrissy, co-starring with Claudia Karvan.

She appeared in the movie adaptation of Stephen King‘s novel Salem’s Lot, released in 2004, and then followed up in 2006 with King’s Nightmares and Dreamscapes TV mini-series.

In 2006, she played the role of Lydia, a hippie restaurant owner and operator in the Network Ten drama series Tripping Over. In 2007, she had a small role in the film Clubland, starring Brenda Blethyn, and directed by Cherie Nowlan. The film is known as Introducing the Dwights in the United States.

A series of Australian television adverts for Advil in 2006/07 have featured Gibney and her family. A new television advert with only Gibney appeared in October 2007.

Gibney was executive producer and also starred in New Zealand feature film The Map Reader as Amelia alongside Michael Hurst and played the mother of Michael, the map reader of the title portrayed by Jordan Selwyn. The film was released in 2008.[2]

She hosted a documentary series produced by Television New Zealand called Sensing Murder in which unsolved New Zealand murder or missing person cases are probed by psychic investigators from both New Zealand and Australia.

From August 2008 until its conclusion in 2013, Rebecca Gibney played the female lead of Julie Rafter on the Seven Network‘s Packed to the Rafters.[3][4] Her role in the show proved popular for Gibney, and she won the Gold Logie in 2009 for the show.[5]

In 2010, she played the lead role on Channel Ten’s telemovie Wicked Love: The Maria Korp Story.

Rebecca starred in the 2012 movie Mental alongside Toni Collette.[6]

On 23 October 2013, the Seven Network announced that Gibney will star in and produce a new crime drama, The Killing Field, which was released in 2014. Gibney plays a detective tasked with solving the murder of a teenage girl in a small town.[7][8] Winter, a follow-up series to her 2014 tele-movie The Killing Field screened in 2015.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Gibney has been married twice, first to Irwin Thomas (former lead singer of Southern Sons, aka Jack Jones) in 1992, which ended in divorce. She married production designer Richard Bell in November 2001. They have a son, Zachary Edison Bell, born 7 April 2004.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1984 Among the Cinders Sally
1986 Mr. Wrong Clive’s Secretary
1990 Jigsaw Virginia York
1994 Lucky Break Gloria Wrightman AKA, Paperback Romance
1997 Joey Penny McGregor
2006 Lost and Found Mac’s Mum
2007 Clubland Lana AKA, Introducing the Dwights
2008 Map Reader, TheThe Map Reader Amelia
2009 In Her Skin Gail
2011 Seek Mummy Short film
2012 Mental Shirley
2015 Dressmaker, TheThe Dressmaker Muriel Pratt

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1980 Sea Urchins Karen TV film
1985 I Live with Me Dad Jill Harkness TV film
1985 Zoo Family Julie Davis Main role
1986 Great Bookie Robbery, TheThe Great Bookie Robbery Bonnie TV miniseries
1986–1991 Flying Doctors, TheThe Flying Doctors Emma Plimpton Patterson Main role
1990 Come in Spinner Guinea Malone TV miniseries
1990 Acropolis Now Mrs. Spiro Strangulator “Cappuccino Catastrophe”
1991 Ring of Scorpio Judith TV film
1991–93 All Together Now Tracy Lawson Main role
1993 Snowy Lilian Anderson Main role
1994 Time Trax Dr. Maria Mills “The Cure”
1994–2002 Halifax f.p. Jane Halifax Lead character
1995 G.P. Larissa Schuller “Still Life”
1997 Kangaroo Palace Heather Randall TV film
1998 Silver Brumby, TheThe Silver Brumby Boon Boon (voice) “Getting Together”
1998 Day of the Roses, TheThe Day of the Roses Margaret Warby TV miniseries
1998 13 Gantry Row Julie TV film
1999 Sabrina Down Under Hilary Hexton Television film
1999 Lost World, TheThe Lost World Lady Cassandra Yorkton “Cave of Fear”
1999 Die Millennium-Katastrophe – Computer-Crash 2000 Nicole TV film
2001 Finding Hope Hope Fox TV film
2001 Farscape Rinic Sarova “Thanks for Sharing”
2001 Ihaka: Blunt Instrument Kirsty Finn TV film
2002–03 Stingers Ingrid Burton Recurring role
2003 Sensing Murder: Easy Street Host TV film
2004 Small Claims Chrissy Hindmarsh TV film
2004 Salem’s Lot Marjorie Glick TV miniseries
2005 Small Claims: White Wedding Chrissy Hindmarsh TV film
2006 Small Claims: The Reunion Chrissy Hindmarsh TV film
2006 Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King India Fornoy The End of the Whole Mess
2006 Tripping Over Lydia TV miniseries
2008–13 Packed to the Rafters Julie Rafter Lead character
2010 Wicked Love: The Maria Korp Story Maria Korp TV film
2014 Killing Field, TheThe Killing Field Det. Serg. Eve Winter TV film Lead character
2015 Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door Marion Woolnough TV miniseries
2015 Winter Eve Winter Lead character
2016–present Wanted Lola Main role

Alexandra Moen

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Alexandra Moen

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Alexandra Moen
Born Alexandra Phoebe Moen[1]
1978 (age 38–39)
Pisa, Tuscany, Italy
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present

Alexandra Moen (born 1978) is an English actress, best known for her roles as Emily James in the drama series Hotel Babylon, Tamsin in the drama series Tripping Over, and Lucy Saxon in the science fiction series Doctor Who.

Early life[edit]

Moen was born in Pisa, Tuscany, Italy, the daughter of an oceanographer father and teacher mother. She lived briefly in Canada and Bermuda with her two younger brothers, until moving to Britain in 1991.[2] She studied English at Leeds University, later going on to train at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

  • .357 (2005) – Mel
  • Falling (2005) – Daphne
  • Not Alone (2011) – Chloe
  • Bert and Dickie (2012) – Rosalind Burnell

Television[edit]

Stage[edit]

Verónica Echegui

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Verónica Echegui

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Echegui in 2016.
Born Verónica Fernández Echegaray
(1983-06-16) 16 June 1983 (age 33)
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present

Verónica Fernández Echegaray (born 16 June 1983), known professionally as Verónica Echegui, is a Spanish actress.

Echegui has been nominated for three Goya Awards in two categories: Best New Actress for My Name Is Juani, and Best Actress for My Prison Yard and Kathmandu Lullaby. At the 59th Berlin International Film Festival, she was one of ten young European actors honoured with the Shooting Stars Award.

Early life[edit]

Echegui was born and grew up in Madrid. She trained at the Royal Dramatic Arts School.[1]

Career[edit]

She caught the eye of Spanish powerhouse director Bigas Luna, who discovered Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem. He cast her as a girl from the wrong side of the tracks in My Name Is Juani, for which she was nominated Goya Award for Best New Actress and won multiple awards including Milan International Film Festival Award for Best Actress [2]

She made herself known to British audiences in the Mighty Boosh film spin-off Bunny and the Bull. Starring alongside Boosh mainstays Noel Fielding, Simon Farnaby and Julian Barratt, she plays a foul-mouthed waitress caught up in a hallucinogenic road trip involving a kidnapped stuffed bear, jars of urine, deranged tramps and suckled dogs. In Roberto Perez Toledo’s romantic drama Six Points about Emma she plays a wilful and sexually confident blind woman, while for Manuel Martin Cuenca’s sparsely atmospheric Half of Oscar she is a silent, recessive sibling circling her estranged brother, and in Iciar Bollain‘s Kathmandu Lullaby displays a forthright passion as a teacher trying to help abandoned children in Nepal. [3]

Personal life[edit]

Echegui is fluent in Spanish and English. She has been compared to Penélope Cruz for both her looks and her talent.[4] A photo of her by photographer Jorge Fuembuena has been selected to be the official poster of the 23rd Festival of the Spanish Cinema (in French ’23ème festival du cinéma espagnol’) in Nantes, France.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Other notes
2004 Cerrojos Sandra Short film
2005 El álbum blanco Verónica Short film
2006 Línea 57 Natalia Short film
2006 My Name Is Juani Juani Barcelona Film Award for Best Actress
Milan International Film Festival Award for Best Actress
Sant Jordi Award for Best Spanish Actress
Nominated—Cinema Writers Circle Award for Best Newcomer
Nominated—Goya Award for Best New Actress
Milan International Film Festival Award for Best Actress
2007 Un difunto, seis mujeres y un taller Marta TV film
2007 El menor de los males Vanesa Málaga Spanish Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress
2007 Tocar el cielo Elena
2008 8 citas Vane
2008 El patio de mi cárcel Isa Nominated—Cinema Writers Circle Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Goya Award for Best Actress
2008 La casa de mi padre Sara
2009 Bunny and the Bull Eloisa
2010 La mitad de Óscar María
2010 Tetequiquiero Sandra Short film
2011 Verbo Medussa
2011 Seis puntos sobre Emma Emma Málaga Spanish Film Festival Award for Best Actress
2011 Katmandú, un espejo en el cielo Laia Nominated—Cinema Writers Circle Award for Best Actress
Gaudí Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Nominated—Goya Award for Best Actress
2012 The Cold Light of Day Lucia Caldera
2013 &Me Edurne
2013 La gran familia española Edurne Nominated—Cinema Writers Circle Award for Best Actress
Nominated—Feroz Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Nominated—Spanish Actors Union for Supporting performance
2014 Kamikaze Nancy
2015 Hunter’s Prayer Dani
2016 Don’t Blame the Karma for Being an Idiot Sara
2016 You’re Killing Me Susana Susana
2017 Lasciati andare Pre-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Una nueva vida Ana 3 episodes
2003 Paco y Veva Isa 18 episodes
2014 Cuéntame cómo pasó Cristina 1 episode
2014 Apaches Carol 14 episodes
2015 Fortitude Elena Ledesma 11 episodes

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year Category Nominated Work Result
Barcelona Film Awards 2006 Best Actress My Name Is Juani Won
Cinema Writers Circle Awards 2006 Best Newcomer My Name Is Juani Nominated
2008 Best Actress My Prison Yard Nominated
Gaudí Awards 2011 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Kathmandu Lullaby Won
Goya Awards 2006 Best New Actress My Name Is Juani Nominated
2006 Best Actress My Prison Yard Nominated
2011 Best Actress Kathmandu Lullaby Nominated
Milan International Film Festival Awards 2006 Best Actress My Name Is Juani Won
Málaga Spanish Film Festival Awards 2007 Best Supporting Actress The Least of the Bad Won
Sant Jordi Awards 2006 Best Spanish Actress My Name Is Juani Won
Shooting Stars Awards 2009 Shooting Star N/A Won
Spanish Actors Union Awards 2006 Best Newcomer My Name Is Juani Nominated

Meaghan Rath

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Meaghan Rath

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Born (1986-06-18) June 18, 1986 (age 30)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Relatives Jesse Rath (brother)

Meaghan Rath (born June 18, 1986) is a Canadian film and television actress. She is best known for starring as Sally Malik in the Syfy series Being Human. She also co-starred in the television series 15/Love and The Assistants.

Personal life[edit]

Rath was born in Montreal, Quebec. Her mother is of Goan Indian origin and her father is of British and Austrian Jewish descent. She has a younger brother, Jesse Rath, who is also an actor.[1][2] She studied Cinema and Communications at Dawson College.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Lost and Delirious Allison’s Friend #3
2008 Prom Wars: Love Is a Battlefield Jen L.
2010 You Are So Undead Mary Margaret Short film
2013 Three Night Stand Sue Also executive producer
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2004 Fries with That? Customer/Molly 2 episodes
2006 10.5: Apocalypse Rachel TV miniseries
2004–2006 15/Love Adena Stiles Regular role
2007 I Me Wed Tracy Television film
2007 My Daughter’s Secret Courtney Television film
2007 Heartland Jen Episode: “Coming Home”
2009 Aaron Stone Tatianna Caine 2 episodes
2009 Assistants, TheThe Assistants Rigby Hastings Regular role
2010–2011 18 to Life Violet/Erin Boyd 2 episodes
2011 Cyberbully Cheyenne Mortenson Television film
2011–2014 Being Human Sally Malik Regular role
2012 Flashpoint Rebecca Vaughan Episode: “Eyes In”
2014 Kingdom Tatiana 3 episodes
2015–2016 New Girl May 5 episodes
Won – Golden Maple Award for Newcomer of the year in a TV series broadcasted in the U.S. (2015)[4]
2015 Banshee Aimee King 5 episodes
2015 Secrets and Lies Nicole Mullen 5 episodes
2015 Motive Ella Rollins Episode: “The Suicide Tree”
2016 Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life Kelly Bishop Regular role
2017 Rogue Clea Annou Regular role

Liza Lapira

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Liza Lapira
Born (1981-12-03) December 3, 1981 (age 35)
Queens, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present

Liza Lapira (born December 3, 1981)[1][2][3] is an American actress. She played Kianna in the 2008 film 21, Special Agent Michelle Lee in the CBS police procedural series NCIS and Ivy, Topher Brink’s assistant in Dollhouse. Lapira has also co-starred in the short-lived sitcoms Traffic Light, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, and Super Fun Night.

Early life[edit]

Liza Lapira was born in Queens, New York. She is of Filipino,[4] Spanish, and Chinese ancestry.

In New York, she acted on stage and in independent films. She moved to Los Angeles in 2004 to work in television.[5]

Career[edit]

Stage[edit]

Lapira’s New York stage credits include As You Like It, The School for Wives, The Odyssey, and Alexandra Cunningham‘s No. 11 Blue and White.

Film[edit]

Early film credits include director Tony Scott‘s Domino and independent feature The Big Bad Swim, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2006. Lapira appeared in J. J. Abrams‘ 2008 film Cloverfield as Heather and also appeared in Table for Three and 21. In 2009, she played Agent Sophie Trinh in the film Fast & Furious opposite Paul Walker, and in 2010, she played Alva in Repo Men. She portrayed Liz, the sharp-tongued friend of Hannah (Emma Stone) in the 2011 film Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Television[edit]

Lapira’s first major role was a series regular spot on the Showtime TV series Huff. Lapira played neuroscientist Ivy in both seasons of Joss Whedon‘s series Dollhouse, appearing predominantly with Fran Kranz and Dichen Lachman.

Her TV credits include recurring roles in Dexter, ER, Monk, Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order: SVU, The Parkers as Shaquan, Sex and the City, and The Sopranos.

Lapira had regular roles as Agent Michelle Lee in NCIS, Lisa in Traffic Light, Robin in Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 and Detective Jacocks in Battle Creek.

Personal life[edit]

Lapira is a supporter of LA’s BEST, an after-school enrichment program in conjunction with the Los Angeles Unified School District. She is also a supporter of the #ActToChange anti-bullying campaign.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2000 Autumn in New York Charlotte’s birthday friend
2002 Brown Sugar Hot 97 receptionist
2005 Domino Chinegro woman
2006 Big Bad Swim, TheThe Big Bad Swim Paula
2007 LA Blues Sandra
2008 Cloverfield Heather
2008 21 Kianna
2009 Fast & Furious Sophie Trinh
2009 Table for Three Nerissa Direct-to-video
2010 Repo Men Alva
2010 See You in September Monica
2010 Marmaduke Party dog #1 Voice
2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love. Liz
2012 Happiest Person in America, TheThe Happiest Person in America Lara Short film; also associate producer
2014 Someone Marry Barry Single mom at wedding
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Waitress Episode: “Wanderlust
2001 Law & Order Cheryl Treadwell Episode: “A Losing Season
2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Rebecca Chang Episode: “Scourge
2001 Education of Max Bickford, TheThe Education of Max Bickford Nia Sheppard Episode: “A Very Great Man”
2002 Education of Max Bickford, TheThe Education of Max Bickford Student volunteer Episode: “Money Changes Everything”
2003 Sex and the City Pam Episode: “Pick-A-Little, Talk-A-Little
2004 Without a Trace Layla Episode: “Legacy
2004 Sopranos, TheThe Sopranos Amanda Kim Episode: “Sentimental Education
2004 Parkers, TheThe Parkers Shaquan Episode: “At Last
2004–2006 Huff Maggie Del Rosario Main cast; 21 episodes
2006–2008 NCIS Michelle Lee 12 episodes
2006 Grey’s Anatomy Noelle Lavatte Episode: “Let the Angels Commit
2007 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Forensics technician 4 episodes
2007 Monk Dr. Souter Episode: “Mr. Monk Goes to the Hospital
2007 Queens Supreme N/A Episode: “Mad About You” (unaired)
2008 ER Christine 2 episodes
2008 Dexter Yuki Amado 5 episodes
2009–2010 Dollhouse Ivy 10 episodes
2011 Traffic Light Lisa Reilly Main cast; 13 episodes
2012 Psych Tina Episode: “Let’s Doo-Wop It Again
2012–2013 Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 Robin Main cast; 13 episodes
2012 Drop Dead Diva Abby Halstead Episode: “Winning Ugly
2013 Royal Pains Erika Seelig Episode: “HankWatch
2013–2014 Super Fun Night Helen-Alice Main cast; 17 episodes
2014 Blue Bloods Skye Bishop Episode: “Insult to Injury
2014 Power Grace Pak Episode: “Who You With?”
2015 Battle Creek Detective Jacocks Recurring; 12 episodes
2016 Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life Leslie Barrett Main cast
2016 Angel from Hell Jill TV series, 1 episode

Sienna Guillory

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Sienna Guillory

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Born Sienna Tiggy Guillory
(1975-03-16) 16 March 1975 (age 42)[1]
Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom
Nationality English
Citizenship British
Occupation Actress, equestrian, model
Years active 1996–present
Known for Helen of Troy
The Time Machine
Resident Evil series
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Spouse(s) Nick Moran (m. 1997; div. 2000)
Enzo Cilenti (m. 2002)
Children 2

Sienna Tiggy Guillory (/ˈɡɪləri/; born 16 March 1975) is an English actress, and former model. She is known for playing the title role in the TV miniseries, Helen of Troy, as elf princess Arya Dröttningu in fantasyadventure film, Eragon, and for her portrayal of Jill Valentine in the science fiction action horror film Resident Evil: Apocalypse. She resumed her role as Jill Valentine for a cameo appearance in the 2010 action-horror film Resident Evil: Afterlife, and in Resident Evil: Retribution, released on 14 September 2012.

Early life[edit]

Born in Kettering, Northamptonshire, England, Guillory is the daughter of the American folk guitarist Isaac Guillory and his first wife, English model Tina Thompson, whom he married in 1973.[2] Isaac Guillory was the son of American and Turkish Jewish parents[2][3] and born at the Guantanamo naval base in Cuba.

Her parents moved to Fulham, London when Guillory was two, then later to Norfolk when she was 11.[4][5] At the age of ten, she went to stay with cousins in Mexico to learn Spanish.[6]

She has a half-brother named Jace, who has the same mother. Her father adopted him.[2] Her parents divorced in 1990 when Sienna was 14.[2] In 1993, her father married Vickie McMillan, and had two children with her, Ellie and Jacob.[2]

Guillory attended Gresham’s School in Holt, Norfolk,[1] where she took part in numerous school productions.[7] She started horseback riding at the age of two.[8] At 14, she was given a horse, which she named The Night Porter, or “Porty”, after the film The Night Porter; Guillory was a fan of its leading actress Charlotte Rampling.[9]

In December 2000, Guillory’s father died of cancer at the age of 53.[2]

Career[edit]

Modelling[edit]

In 1997, Guillory accompanied a ballerina friend to the London modelling agency Select and was soon signed. She modelled solely to support her acting career.[10] As a model, she worked in campaigns for Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, and Paul Smith[7] and appeared on the covers of several fashion magazines. In 1999, she became the face of the Hugo Boss fragrance campaign, succeeding model Karen Ferrari and continuing the campaign for three years.[4] After modelling for a few years, Guillory returned her focus to acting in 2000. She is signed to Independent Models in London.

Acting[edit]

Guillory explained that she “became an actor because I wanted to know what it was like to be other people. Because possibly I don’t like myself”, and later said “I hate acting, really hate it. I kind of fell into it sideways … I started acting because I got offered a job when I was 16, and they wanted to pay me £8,000, and we’d always lived on Family Support…” She went on to say that her frustration with later film roles left her bitter, but after seeing Helen Mirren onstage she was inspired again.[11]

Sienna Guillory in 2007

In 1993, Guillory made her screen debut in a TV adaptation of Jilly Cooper‘s novel, Riders, for which the casting directors needed a young actress who was able to ride a horse.[10] Her performance landed her in another small role in the miniseries The Buccaneers, opposite Mira Sorvino.

Before becoming a model to support her acting career, Guillory waited tables at a club. In an interview in 2000, she said about the experience “Supporting my acting habit with waitressing was probably the most useful thing I’ve done.”[12] During her time as a model, she studied acting at the New World School of the Arts and the Paris Conservatoire, also taking small television and film roles in The Future Lasts a Long Time (1996), The Rules of Engagement (1999), Star! Star! (1999), Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) (2000), The 3 Kings (2000), and Two Days, Nine Lives (2000). During this time, Guillory decided to go on with her acting career because “I was so scared of going to university and being with people my own age again, having been with that tiny little sect of girls in Norfolk whose daddies were farmers and politicians, who didn’t trust me and didn’t know where I was coming from”.[11]

She returned to film with a more substantial role in the thriller Sorted (2000). Guillory went on to appear in the BBC production Take a Girl Like You, a television adaptation of Kingsley Amis‘s novel of the same name. She portrayed Jenny Bunn, the story’s virginal heroine, and gained critical attention for her part in the period piece. Guillory was pleased to have played a more innocent character, saying “I’ve played floozies, psychopaths, assassins, crackheads… It’s nice to do something with a lighter touch.”[13] The production did not fare well in the ratings.[14]

In 2001, Guillory continued with other roles in predominantly British films, including Oblivious, Late Night Shopping (with husband Enzo Cilenti), The Last Minute, and Superstition (de). 2002 saw Guillory appear in The Time Machine, alongside Guy Pearce and Jeremy Irons. She was pleased to take on a larger scale film, after having worked on low-budget independent films, and compared the experience with “finding an unicorn in your sock drawer”.[15] She played Emma, the fiancée of Pearce’s character, who was killed early in the film and whose death set off its main events.

In 2003, after a friend had received a script for The Principles of Lust, Guillory claims she “read it and couldn’t put it down, and begged to read for the part”. She was impressed by director Penny Woolcock‘s unconventional style of shooting, without rehearsing the actors, using raw takes and improvisational performances. For the role of Juliette, Guillory performed nude in the film’s sex scenes which were filmed during the first week of filming, making her somewhat nervous.[16] She later went on to say that it was one of her favorite acting experiences.[17] Afterwards, Guillory had a small role in the romantic comedy Love Actually before taking the starring role in the television miniseries Helen of Troy. The series was mostly based on Homer‘s epic poem Iliad and focuses on the mythological life of Helen. Helen of Troy was nominated for best miniseries at the Satellite Awards.[18]

Guillory portrayed Jill Valentine in Resident Evil: Apocalypse, in which her character was based on the game character of the same name. Guillory’s costume was taken directly from the game and limited her movement in the martial arts sequences, leading the fight choreographers to give her more punching and gun play.[19]

In May 2004, Guillory starred in a new stage production of The Shape of Things at the New Ambassadors Theatre in London, with husband Cilenti.[3] That year she also played her first big Hollywood role. She was cast as Jill Valentine, one of the lead characters in the video game adaptation sequel Resident Evil: Apocalypse. The film makers had searched widely for an actress to portray the video game character and found her in Guillory, who had to “please not only the movie-going audience but also the gamers.” She was “a dead ringer for Jill Valentine”.[20] Guillory was reported to have studied the original character’s movements by watching playthroughs of the video game Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.[citation needed] Before getting the script for the film, she had not been familiar with the video games or seen Resident Evil.

She said about her role:

You always want to play someone you’re going to have fun with, someone you want to be. Jill’s got everything a girl wants to be – she dresses to kill, says whatever she wants and can shoot anyone between the eyes in a 50-yard radius. She’s hard as nails and she’s great fun. And not at all afraid of being quite the sexy minx.

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Resident Evil: Apocalypse grossed $23,036,273 on its opening weekend (10–12 September 2004) and took a total of $51,201,453 in the United States and $129,394,835 worldwide, but it was not well received by critics,.[21]

After the success of Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Guillory appeared in other film and television roles, including Beauty (2004), Marple: A Murder Is Announced (2005), In the Bathroom (2005), The Virgin Queen (2005), Silence Becomes You (2005), and Rabbit Fever (2006).[citation needed]

In 2006, Guillory was a lead in the ensemble cast of the fantasy Eragon, the film adaptation of the novel by Christopher Paolini; the role reunited her with The Time Machine co-star Jeremy Irons. She portrayed Arya Dröttningu, an elf princess. She had not read the novels before filming, but after accepting the role she became a fan of Paolini’s work. Although Arya is a key character in the film, Guillory had little screen time and went on to say jokingly: “I’ve been trying to explain to friends who’ve seen the trailer […] I’m like, “[…] but that’s my whole part!””[17] Eragon was not well received by the critics, but was nominated as Best Fantasy Film at the 2006 Saturn Awards.[22] The film grossed approximately $75 million in the US and $173.9 million elsewhere, totaling $249 million worldwide.[23] Guillory was invited to reprise her role as Jill Valentine in Resident Evil: Extinction, the sequel to Resident Evil: Apocalypse, but could not accept due to scheduling conflicts with Eragon.[24]

In 2007, she starred in the Spanish production El Corazón de la tierra, or The Heart of the Earth, and later in the year finished filming the horror/thriller Victims and the fantasy novel adaptation Inkheart. In Inkheart, she plays Resa, the wife of Brendan Fraser‘s character and the mother of Eliza Bennett‘s. Guillory acted alongside Helen Mirren, a friend of the Guillory family who was a role model when she first had aspirations towards acting.[12]

Guillory was to be a lead in the television series The Oaks, expected to begin airing in 2008. She joined Bahar Soomekh, Matt Lanter, Romy Rosemont, Jeremy Renner, Michael Rispoli and Shannon Lucio in the series, which follows the intertwining stories of three families—a young couple in 1968 who have lost a child, a family of four in 1998, and a pregnant couple in 2008—who are haunted by the same spirit in their house. The television series began filming on 5 November 2007 on location in Pasadena, California. Guillory will play Jessica, the 2008 couple’s neighbour, a woman who has Asperger syndrome who went to school with the husband (and father-to-be) and shares a secret with him.[25][26]

In May 2010, Shock Till You Drop.com confirmed the return of Jill Valentine in the Resident Evil film franchise’s fourth installment, Resident Evil: Afterlife, with Guillory reprising the role.[27] On 31 May, Jovovich also confirmed that Guillory would return as Jill.[28] Guillory reappears in the film in a mid-end credit scene. She returned to a starring role in the following film, Resident Evil: Retribution, as the main antagonist of the film.

In 2015 she joined the main cast as scientist Natalie Yelburton in the new thriller series Fortitude, commissioned by Sky Atlantic and set in the fictional Arctic Norwegian oil settlement of the same name.[29] She will return to the role for the show’s second series in 2016.[30]

In January 2016 she also joined the cast of Sky One’s new series, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, playing the character Eve.[31]

Media[edit]

In 2001, readers of Esquire UK voted Guillory “Britain’s Most Eligible Woman” and featured her in a pictorial in the magazine.[32] Guillory was photographed for the cover and shoot by photographer Jonathan Glynn Smith.[33] In 2002, she was number 89 on Maxim‘s list of “The 100 Sexiest Women”,[34] and in 2007 Guillory was voted number 54 at Askmen.com‘s Top 99 Countdown.[35]

Guillory has also been quoted as disliking the Hollywood culture, saying she does not wish to be part of it:[15]

I went out the other night for the first time in ages, just because I’d been so busy. As I came out of the cinema, I ran down the street to get cigarettes, and 30 guys followed me with cameras and shouted at me. It’s all so strange. It’s not a life I really live or understand.

Personal life[edit]

In 2000, Guillory began dating English actor Enzo Cilenti,[12] and they married in 2002.[36][37][38] The couple appeared in the 2001 film Late Night Shopping, and have continued to appear together in various works. In August 2004, Guillory and Cilenti cycled five stages of the Tour de France to raise money for charity.[3]

In February 2011, Guillory gave birth to their twin daughters, Valentina and Lucia, named after Guillory’s grandmother and great aunt, who were also twin sisters.[39]

Filmography[edit]

Films
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1996 The Future Lasts a Long Time Blue Short film [40]
2000 The Rules of Engagement Denise Short film [40]
2000 Sorted Sunny [40]
2000 The 3 Kings Roxana [40]
2000 Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) Kat [40]
2001 Oblivious Jessica [41][42]
2001 Late Night Shopping Susie [43]
2001 Superstition Julie [44]
2002 The Time Machine Emma
2003 The Principles of Lust Juliette [45][46]
2003 Love Actually Jamie’s girlfriend
2004 Resident Evil: Apocalypse Jill Valentine
2005 In the Bathroom The Woman [47]
2005 Silence Becomes You Grace [48]
2006 Rabbit Fever Newscaster [49]
2006 Eragon Arya Dröttningu Also voice of Arya in game adaption.
2007 El Corazón De La Tierra Katherine English title:
The Heart of the Earth
[50]
2008 Inkheart Resa Folchart [51]
2010 Perfect Life Anne aka Perfect Victims – USA DVD title [52]
2010 Gunless Jane [53][54]
2010 I’m Here Francesca
2010 Resident Evil: Afterlife Jill Valentine Cameo appearance
2011 The Big Bang Julie Kestral
2011 The Last Belle Rosie (voice only) Short film
2012 Resident Evil: Retribution Jill Valentine
2012 The Montana Kid Jane Taylor
2013 The Wicked Within Bethany Also serves as co-producer
2013 The List Alison Corwin
2014 The Goob Janet
2014 Abduct Sapphire
2014 Dream On Lesley Richardson
2014 High-Rise Ann Sheridan
2016 Don’t Hang Up Mrs. Kolbein
2016 The Whole Banana Denise Post-production
2016 The Warriors Gate Annie Filming
Television
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1993 Riders Fenella Maxwell TV series
1995 Buccaneers, TheThe Buccaneers Lady Felicia TV miniseries
1999 Out of Sight Ingrid 2 episodes
1999 Dzvirpaso M 4 episodes
2000 Take a Girl Like You Jenny Bunn TV miniseries
2003 Helen of Troy Helen TV miniseries
2004 Beauty Cathy Wardle TV film
2005 Marple: A Murder Is Announced Julia Simmons 1 episode
2005 Virgin Queen, TheThe Virgin Queen Lettice Knollys TV miniseries
2008 Oaks, TheThe Oaks Jessica FOX TV Pilot
2008 Criminal Minds SSA Kate Joyner 2 episodes
2009 Virtuality Rika Goddard FOX TV pilot
2010 Covert Affairs guest star 1 episode
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Kacey Monahan 1 episode
2013 Jo Jacques Benoit’s girlfriend 1 episode
2013 Luther Mary Day Main cast; Season 3
2013 Believe Moore Pilot only
2015 – present Fortitude Natalie Yelburton Main cast; 20 episodes
2016 Stan Lee’s Lucky Man Eve Main cast; 10 episodes
Video games
Year Title Voice Ref.
2006 Eragon Arya Dröttningu
2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction Slipstream

Francesca Eastwood

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Francesca Eastwood

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Francesca Eastwood
Born Francesca Ruth Fisher-Eastwood
(1993-08-07) August 7, 1993 (age 23)
Redding, California
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation TV personality
Years active 1995–present
Known for Mrs. Eastwood & Company
Spouse(s) Jordan Feldstein (2013; annulled)
Parent(s) Clint Eastwood (father)
Frances Fisher (mother)
Relatives Morgan Eastwood (half-sister)
Kyle Eastwood (half-brother)
Scott Eastwood (half-brother)
Alison Eastwood (half-sister) Katherine Eastwood, half-sister, Kimber Eastwood, half-Sister

Francesca Ruth Fisher-Eastwood (born August 7, 1993)[1][2] is an American actress, model, television personality and socialite. She is known for starring in Mrs. Eastwood & Company, the E! reality series that she shares with her family.

Early life[edit]

Eastwood was born in Redding, California to actress Frances Fisher and actor Clint Eastwood. Through her father, she has six half-siblings: sisters Kimber Tunis, Alison, Kathryn Reeves, Morgan; and brothers Kyle and Scott.

She attended Stevenson School in Pebble Beach, California.[3]

Career[edit]

Eastwood first appeared on the reality television series Mrs. Eastwood & Company when it premiered on May 20, 2012. It focused on the lives of herself, her stepmother Dina Eastwood, and her half-sister Morgan Eastwood. During an episode, she and photographer Tyler Shields, her boyfriend at the time, were filmed burning and destroying a $100,000 Hermès Birkin bag during a photo shoot. This brought her death threats and other negative attention.[4] But when asked about the controversy, Shields said “People spend 200k on an album cover, they spend millions on catering for movies, they spend money to create things–that is all I am doing with this.”[5]

Eastwood was Miss Golden Globe for 2013.

Personal life[edit]

As of 2013, Eastwood resides in Los Angeles and attends University of Southern California.[6] On November 17, 2013, Eastwood married Jordan Feldstein, Jonah Hill‘s brother, in a small ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada.[7] On November 25, Eastwood filed for annulment from Feldstein after just over one week of marriage.[8]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1995 Stars Fell on Henrietta, TheThe Stars Fell on Henrietta Mary Day
1999 True Crime Kate Everett
2012 Mrs. Eastwood & Company Herself TV series (7 episodes)
2014 Jersey Boys Waitress
2014 Perception Model hallucination TV series (1 episode)
2015 Wuthering High School Ellen TV movie
2015 Final Girl Gwen
2015 Mother of All Lies Sara TV movie
2015 Girl Missing Jane TV movie
2015 Kids vs Monsters Candy 2015 “Cardinal X” Jeanine
2015 Heroes Reborn Molly Walker TV series (3 episodes)
2016 Outlaws and Angels Florence Tildon
2017 M.F.A. Noelle Main character

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2017 ALL-STAR WEEKEND SUYIN

2016 SWEET/VICIOUS (TV SERIES) RACHEL ABRAMS

2014 THE WORST YOGA TEACHER EVER (SHORT) YOGA STUDENT

2013 PHARREL WILLIAMS: HAPPY (VIDEO) DANCER

Tracy Pollan

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Tracy Pollan

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Tracy Pollan
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Pollan at the 1987 Emmy Awards
Born (1960-06-22) June 22, 1960 (age 56)
Long Island, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1982-present
Spouse(s) Michael J. Fox (m. 1988)
Children 4
Family Michael Pollan (brother)

Tracy Jo Pollan (born June 22, 1960)[1] is an American actress. She is best known for portraying Ellen Reed on the sitcom Family Ties from 1985 to 1987 and for her theater roles.

Early life[edit]

Pollan was born on Long Island, New York, the daughter of Corinne Elaine “Corky” (Staller), a magazine editor, and Stephen Michael Pollan, a financial consultant and writer.[1] She was raised in Woodbury, New York.[2] Pollan is from a Russian Jewish family and was raised in the faith.[3][4][5] She attended the Dalton School in Manhattan, New York.[6] She studied acting at the Herbert Berghof Studio and later at the Lee Strasberg Institute.[7]

Publications[edit]

In October 2014, Pollan, along with her two sisters and mother, co-authored The Pollan Family Table, a cookbook of family recipes, kitchen tips and cooking techniques.[8][9] The foreword was written by her brother, Michael Pollan, who is the bestselling author of several books about food.[10]

Personal life[edit]

Pollan was in a five-year relationship with actor Kevin Bacon in the 1980s.[11] She first met Michael J. Fox when she played the girlfriend of his character on Family Ties; they met again on the set of Bright Lights, Big City a couple of years later and began a relationship.[4] They married on July 16, 1988.[12] They have four children together:[4] Sam Michael Fox (born May 30, 1989),[13] twins Aquinnah Kathleen and Schuyler Frances Fox (born February 15, 1995),[14] and Esmé Annabelle Fox (born November 3, 2001).[15]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1982 For Lovers Only Television film/debut
1983 Baby It’s You Leslie/one of the college girls
1983 Sessions Leslie Television film
1983 Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer Eileen Grafton Television film
1984 A Good Sport Suzanne Television film
1984 The Baron and the Kid Mary Beth Phillips Television film
1986 The Little Sister Nicki Davis Television film
1987 The Abduction of Kari Swenson Kari Swenson Television film. Title role
1987 A Special Friendship Elizabeth Van Lew Television film
1987 Promised Land Mary Daley based on a true story
1988 Bright Lights, Big City Vicky Allagash
1990 Fine Things Elizabeth Kathleen ‘Liz’ O’Reilly Television film
1992 A Stranger Among Us Mara Nominated – Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
1993 Dying to Love You Lisa Ann Rohn Television film
1994 Children of the Dark Kim Harrison Television film. Based on a true story
1999 Anna Says Anna Executive producer
2003 Hench at Home Kay Hench Television film
2003 First to Die Lindsay Boxer Television film
2009 Natalee Holloway Beth Holloway Television film
2011 Justice for Natalee Holloway Beth Holloway Television film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1984 ABC Afterschool Special Jen Robbins Episode: “The Great Love Experiment”
1985–1987 Family Ties Ellen Reed 13 episodes
1986 American Playhouse Nicki Davis Episode: “The Little Sister”
1990 The Kennedys of Massachusetts Kathleen Kennedy Miniseries
1997–1998 Spin City Renee Miller 2 episodes
2000 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Harper Anderson Episode: “Closure”
Nominated – Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama SeriesEpisode: “Closure 2”
2009 Medium Caitlyn Lynch Episode: “How to Make a Killing in Big Business”
2010 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Patricia Caruso Episode: “Traffic”
2013 The Michael J. Fox Show Kelly Episode: “Neighbor”
2016 Nightcap Herself Episode: “The Cannon”. Also appeared with husband “Michael J. Fox

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1980–1981 Album Peggy Cherry Lane Theatre
1985 Pack of Lies Julie Jackson Royale Theatre
1988 Woman in Mind Lucy New York City Center-Stage I
1992 Jake’s Women Molly (Age 21) Neil Simon Theatre