Lyonne at the 2014 Peabody awards
|Born||Natasha Bianca Lyonne Braunstein
(1979-04-04) April 4, 1979
New York City, New York, U.S.
Natasha Bianca Lyonne Braunstein (born April 4, 1979), better known as Natasha Lyonne, is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Jessica in the American Pie series and her appearances in the films Everyone Says I Love You, Slums of Beverly Hills, But I’m a Cheerleader, and Blade: Trinity. She currently portrays Nicky Nichols in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, for which she received a nomination for the 2014 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.
Lyonne was born in New York City, the daughter of Ivette Buchinger  and Aaron Braunstein, a boxing promoter, race car driver, and radio host, who was distantly related to cartoonist Al Jaffee.
Lyonne’s parents were both from Orthodox Jewish families, and she herself was raised Orthodox. Her mother was born in Paris, France, to Hungarian Jewish parents who were Holocaust survivors. Lyonne sometimes darkly jokes that her family consists of “my father’s side, Flatbush, and my mother’s side, Auschwitz.” Her grandmother Ella came from a large family, but only she and her two sisters and two brothers survived, which Lyonne credits to their blonde hair and blue eyes. Lyonne’s grandfather, Morris Buchinger, operated a watch company in Los Angeles. During the war, he hid in Budapest as a non-Jew working in a leather factory.
Lyonne spent the first eight years of her life living in Great Neck, New York. Then she and her parents moved to Israel, where Lyonne spent a year and a half. Her parents divorced, and Lyonne and her older brother Adam returned to America with their mother. After this move back to New York City, Lyonne attended Ramaz School, also known as The Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein Upper School of Ramaz, a private Jewish school, where Lyonne said she was a scholarship kid who took honors Talmud classes and read Aramaic. She was expelled for selling marijuana at school. Lyonne grew up on the Upper East Side, where she felt she was an outcast. Her mother then moved their family to Miami, where Lyonne graduated from Miami Country Day School. Lyonne was estranged from her father, who lived on the Upper West Side until his death in October 2014 and in 2013 was a Republican candidate for City Council for the sixth District of Manhattan. Lyonne has said she is not close with her mother and has essentially lived independently of her family since age 16.
As a young child, Lyonne was signed by the Ford Modeling Agency. At the age of six, she was cast as Opal on Pee-wee’s Playhouse, followed by film appearances in Heartburn, A Man Called Sarge, and Dennis the Menace. On working as a very young child actor, Lyonne said: “I didn’t have the best parents. I don’t think they are bad people. Even if they were ready to have children, it is kind of a wacky idea to put your child in business at six years old.”
When she was 16, Woody Allen cast her in Everyone Says I Love You, which led to appearances in almost 30 films over the next 10 years, including starring roles in the independent films Slums of Beverly Hills and But I’m a Cheerleader. Lyonne’s other films include Detroit Rock City, Scary Movie 2, The Grey Zone, Kate and Leopold, Party Monster, and Blade: Trinity. She has also made television appearances on shows such as NBC’s Will and Grace. In what is perhaps her most well known role, she appeared as Jessica in the American Pie film series.
When she was 18 years old, Lyonne used the paycheck from her work on the Woody Allen film Everyone Says I Love You to buy a small apartment near Gramercy Park. She attended New York University for a very short time, studying film and philosophy.
Since then, Lyonne has worked steadily in the New York theatre scene, as well as in film and television. Her newer film appearances include All About Evil, 4:44 – Last Day on Earth, Girl Most Likely, The Rambler, and Clutter.
Lyonne made her New York stage debut in the award-winning New Group production of Mike Leigh‘s Two Thousand Years. Lyonne was in the original cast of the award-winning Love, Loss, and What I Wore, a play written by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron and based on the book by Ilene Beckerman. She received positive reviews for her performance in Kim Rosenstock’s comedy,Tigers Be Still at the Roundabout Theatre Company: “a thorough delight in the flat-out funniest role, the grief-crazed Grace, so deeply immersed in self-pity that she has cast aside any attempts at decorum.”
On working in the theater: “There’s something about theater that squashes the self-critical voices because you have to be in the moment. I’m glad that I didn’t do this before I was ready, before I was capable of showing up every day. That is not a skill set I had before.”
In late 2012, Lyonne was reported to be developing a TV series for Fox Television about a young girl, who, fresh out of rehab and committed to starting a new life as a sober, responsible adult, is forced to move in with her conservative brother and young family.
She is currently starring as Nicky Nichols in the critically acclaimed Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black, for which she has received positive reviews. The role is Lyonne’s first television show as a series regular. She received her first Primetime Emmy nomination for the role in 2014.
Lyonne lives in New York City.
During the early 2000s, Lyonne experienced legal problems and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and for incidents involving her neighbors. In 2005, she was evicted by her landlord, actor Michael Rapaport, following complaints by other tenants about her behavior.
In 2005, Lyonne was admitted to Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan under a pseudonym, suffering from hepatitis C, a heart infection, and a collapsed lung; she was also undergoing methadone treatment. In January 2006, an arrest warrant was issued for her after she missed a court hearing relating to her prior problems. Her lawyer said an emergency had arisen, but did not give details. Later that year, Lyonne was admitted to the Caron Foundation, a drug and alcohol treatment center, and appeared in court afterwards. A judge sentenced her to conditional discharge.
|1990||A Man Called Sarge||Arab Girl|
|1993||Dennis the Menace||Polly|
|1996||Everyone Says I Love You||Djuna “DJ” Berlin|
|1998||Slums of Beverly Hills||Vivian Abromowitz|
|1998||Krippendorf’s Tribe||Shelly Krippendorf|
|1999||Detroit Rock City||Christine Sixteen|
|1999||Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby||Crystal “White Girl” Van Meuther|
|1999||But I’m a Cheerleader||Megan Bloomfield|
|1999||The Auteur Theory||Rosemary Olson|
|2001||Fast Sofa||Tamara Jenson|
|2001||Scary Movie 2||Megan Voorhees|
|2001||American Pie 2||Jessica|
|2001||The Grey Zone||Rosa|
|2001||Kate & Leopold||Darci|
|2002||Comic Book Villains||Judy Link|
|2002||Zig Zag||Jenna the Working Girl|
|2002||Night at the Golden Eagle||Amber|
|2003||Die, Mommie, Die!||Edith Sussman|
|2005||My Suicidal Sweetheart||Grace|
|2008||Tricks of a Woman||Sally|
|2009||The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle||Tracy|
|2009||Outrage: Born in Terror||Molly|
|2009||All About Evil||Deborah Tennis|
|2011||4:44 Last Day on Earth||Tina|
|2011||Night Club||Mrs. Keaton|
|2013||He’s Way More Famous Than You||Herself|
|2013||Girl Most Likely||Allyson|
|2014||Loitering with Intent||Kaplan|
|2015||Addicted to Fresno||Martha Jackson|
|2015||Sleeping with Other People||Kara|
|2015||Hello, My Name Is Doris||Sally|
|2015||Bloomin Mud Shuffle||Jock|
|2016||Yoga Hosers||Tabitha Collette|
|2016||Adam Green’s Aladdin||Mom|
|2016||Jack Goes Home||Nancy|
|2017||Girlfriend’s Day||Miss Taft|
|2017||A Futile and Stupid Gesture||Anne Beatts||In post-production|
|2017||Handsome||Det. Fleur Scozzari||In post-production|
|2017||Show Dogs||In post-production|
|1986–87||Pee-wee’s Playhouse||Opal||6 episodes|
|2000||Will & Grace||Gillian||Episode: “Girl Trouble”|
|2000||If These Walls Could Talk 2||Jeanne||Television film|
|2001||Night Visions||Bethany Daniels||Episode: “If a Tree Falls”|
|2002||Grounded for Life||Gretchen||Episode: “Relax!”|
|2007||The Knights of Prosperity||Female Co-Star||Episode: “Operation: Rent Money”|
|2009||Loving Leah||Esther||Television film|
|2011||New Girl||Gretchen||Episode: “Wedding”|
|2011||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Gia Eskas||Episode: “Educated Guess”|
|2013||NTSF:SD:SUV::||Mrs. Barbato||Episode: “Comic Con-Air”|
|2013–present||Orange Is the New Black||Nicky Nichols||36 episodes
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
Nominated – Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
|2015||Comedy Bang! Bang!||Katie||Episode: “Dax Shepard Wears a Heather Grey Shirt and Black Blazer”|
|2015–16||Inside Amy Schumer||Various||2 episodes|
|2015||Sanjay and Craig||Chido (voice)||Episode: “Bike-o Psycho/Boulder Rollers”|
|2016||Steven Universe||Smoky Quartz (voice)||2 episodes|
|2016||The $100,000 Pyramid||Herself||Episode: “Natasha Lyonne vs. Terry Crews“|
|2016||The Simpsons||Sophie (voice)||Episode: “The Nightmare After Krustmas“|
|1999||Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||Most Promising Actress||Slums of Beverly Hills||Nominated|
|Teen Choice Awards||Film – Breakout Performance||Nominated|
|Film – Funniest Scene (shared with Marisa Tomei)||Nominated|
|2000||Young Hollywood Awards||Best Ensemble Cast||American Pie||Won|
|2008||Monaco International Film Festival||Angel Award, Best Supporting Female Actor||Tricks of Love||Won|
|2014||Primetime Emmy Award||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series||Orange Is the New Black||Nominated|
|2017||Fangoria Chainsaw Awards||Best Actress||Antibirth||Pending|
|Born||(1993-08-06) August 6, 1993 
Orlando, Florida, United States
|Height||5 ft 7.5 in (1.71 m)|
Charlotte McKinney was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. She has an older sister named Garland. She has dyslexia, and says she was the target of bullying as a result of her physical development during puberty. She attended William R. Boone High School in Orlando.
After dropping out of high school at age 17, McKinney, who describes herself as “a curvier bombshell with extremely big boobs,” pursued a modeling career but struggled to find success with an agency. Opting to rely on Instagram as a portfolio, she soon became “Insta-famous” and was profiled in Esquire. McKinney credits the social networking service as a factor in her subsequent success, which includes campaigns for the fashion brand Guess. She signed with Wilhelmina Models.
McKinney was the featured model in Carl’s Jr.‘s All Natural Burger commercial, which was released online in January 2015 and aired regionally during Super Bowl XLIX. The viral ad featured McKinney walking around a farmers’ market, stating that she is “all natural” and using double entendres to imply that she is naked with strategically placed items in the market, until it reveals McKinney in a bikini eating the All Natural Burger. The success of the commercial has led to McKinney being dubbed “the next Kate Upton,” who also garnered national attention for appearing in a Carl’s Jr. commercial during a Super Bowl.
On February 24, 2015, McKinney was announced as one of the celebrities who would compete on season 20 of Dancing with the Stars. Her professional partner was Keoikantse Motsepe. The couple was the second one to be eliminated and finished in 11th place.
McKinney appeared as Missy in the film Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser (2015). She will appear in an upcoming remake of Flatliners (2017), as well as the film adaptation of Baywatch. McKinney also is in the music video “Body Moves”.
|2007||The Diary of Tommy Crisp||Chianti||Short film|
|2015||Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser||Missy||Direct-to-video|
|2016||The Late Bloomer||Attractive Woman|
|2015||“Might Not”||Up For Days||Belly Feat. The Weeknd|
|2016||“I’m Not The One”||Arranging Time||Pete Yorn|
|Born||Olivia Jo Thirlby
(1986-10-06) October 6, 1986
New York City, New York, U.S.
Olivia Jo Thirlby (born October 6, 1986) is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Leah in the comedy-drama film Juno (2007), as Natalie in The Darkest Hour (2011) and as Judge Cassandra Anderson in Dredd (2012). In June 2008, Thirlby was described by Vanity Fair as a member of “Hollywood‘s New Wave”.
Thirlby was born in New York City, New York to an advertising executive mother and a contractor father. She was raised in Manhattan‘s East Village, attending school at Friends Seminary in the city’s Gramercy neighborhood, where she graduated in a class of 57 students. She also attended French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts in upstate New York, and Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts (the Long Island summer arts camp also attended by Natalie Portman and Mariah Carey). She took classes at the American Globe Theatre, and briefly at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London where she completed a stage combat course with the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat (BASSC).
In 2007, she played Leah in Juno. Around this time, she and her Juno co-star Ellen Page were slated to star as the respective title characters of Jack & Diane. The film is a tale of two young women who fall in love, the heat of the romance unlocking lycanthropy in Thirlby’s character, Jack. Both dropped out before production, and the cast was replaced numerous times over. In the Sundance Audience Award-winning film The Wackness, a mid-1990s period piece, she plays Stephanie, a marijuana-smoking “popular girl” from New York City. Thirlby stars opposite Josh Peck, who plays a drug dealer. The film was released in the U.S. on July 3, 2008. Thirlby was cast in the Judd Apatow-produced, David Gordon Green-directed stoner comedy, Pineapple Express, as Seth Rogen‘s character’s girlfriend, but was replaced by actress Amber Heard after rehearsing for the film. She reunited with David Gordon Green on the animated TV pilot Good Vibes.
She made her stage debut in Farragut North, a play by Beau Willimon at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York City. The Off-Broadway production ran from October 22, 2008 – November 29, 2008 with official opening on November 12 and transferred to the Geffen Playhouse in June 2009.
Thirlby appeared in the 2009 HBO series Bored to Death. She voices promotional video excerpts from the novel Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher which, since October 2008, have regularly been posted to YouTube. She also appeared in the 2011-released film Margaret. She is attached to star in Christmas in New York as well as For Ellen.
Thirlby starred in the Russian science-fiction film The Darkest Hour, released in 2011, directed by Chris Gorak, and produced by Timur Bekmambetov. Thirlby was also cast in the lead role of Max in the upcoming drama comedy The Other Side.
With Karl Urban in the title role, Thirlby starred as Judge Cassandra Anderson in the 2012 film adaptation of Judge Dredd. She next starred in the indie film Nobody Walks co-starring John Krasinski and Rosemarie DeWitt. She plays Martine, a young artist taken in a couple’s home. It premiered at 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Thirlby is a participant in iO Tillett Wright‘s Self-Evident Truths Project. In an interview with Brooklyn Magazine (with photos shot by iO) in 2011, Thirlby publicly came out as bisexual and stated why she decided to be a part of a photography project that focuses on people who are “anything but 100 percent straight.”
|2006||United 93||Nicole Carol Miller|
|2007||Snow Angels||Lila Raybern|
|Love Comes Lately||Sylvia Brokeles|
|The Secret||Samantha Marris|
|2008||The Wackness||Stephanie Squires|
|2009||New York, I Love You||Actress||Segment: “Brett Ratner”|
|The Answer Man||Anne|
|What Goes Up||Tess Sullivan|
|Solitary Man||Maureen (uncredited)|
|2011||No Strings Attached||Katie Kurtzman|
|The Darkest Hour||Natalie|
|2014||Red Knot||Chloe Harrison|
|5 to 7||Jane Hastings|
|Just Before I Go||Greta|
|2015||The Wedding Ringer||Alison Palmer|
|The Stanford Prison Experiment||Christina Maslach|
|Welcome to Happiness||Trudy|
2016 DETOUR GABRIELLE
2017 WHITE ORCHID CLAIRE
2017 DAMASCUS COVER KIM
|2006–07||Kidnapped||Aubrey Cain||5 episodes|
|2009||Bored to Death||Suzanne||4 episodes|
|2011||Good Vibes||Jeena||Voice role; main role, 12 episodes|
|2016||Goliath||Lucy Kittridge||Main role, 8 episodes|
|2008||Farragut North||Molly Stearns||Linda Gross Theater|
|2012||Lonely, I’m Not||Businesswoman||Second Stage Theatre|
|2014||O.P.C.||Romi Weil||American Repertory Theater|
Tristin Mays, 2011
|Born||(1990-06-10) June 10, 1990
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress, singer, dancer|
Tristin Mays (born June 10, 1990) is an American actress, singer and dancer. She is best known for her role as Riley Davis on MacGyver. She has also appeared in a number of other television series; as Shaina in the Nickelodeon series Gullah Gullah Island and as Robin Dixon, the daughter of Marcus Dixon, Carl Lumbly‘s character in Alias.
In 1997, she joined the cast of Gullah Gullah Island replacing Shaina M. Freeman as Shaina. That same year she was cast as Nala in The Lion King on Broadway. In 2009, she was a series regular in the web series Private based on the novels of the same name. In 2011, she starred in the internet sitcom FAIL with fellow Gullah Gullah Island co-star Vanessa Baden.
|2011||Hot Dog Water||Julia||Short film|
|2012||She is Not My Sister||Megan|
|2013||House Party: Tonight’s the Night||Autumn Rose||Direct-to-video film|
|2015||The Wedding Ringer||Cute bridesmaid|
|1997||Gullah Gullah Island||Shaina||Series regular|
|2001–2004||Alias||Robin Dixon||3 episodes|
|2006||Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide||Bernice||Episode: “Substitute Teachers and the New Kid”|
|2008||Everybody Hates Chris||Jenise Huckstable||Episode: “Everybody Hates Homecoming”|
|2009||Private||Taylor Bell||Web series; series regular|
|2010||True Jackson, VP||Hailey||Episode: “My Boss Ate My Homework”|
|2010–2011||Zeke and Luther||Monica Lopez||3 episodes|
|2010||Big Time Rush||Stephanie King||4 episodes|
|2010||Kelly Brook’s Cameltoe Shows||Herself||Funny or Die skit|
|2011||Victorious||Sherry||Episode: “Prom Wrecker”|
|2011||FAIL||Alicia||Web series; series regular|
|2011||Kickin It||Vanessa / M.C.||Episode: “All the Wrong Moves”|
|2012||The Newsroom||Karaoke Girl||Episode: “The 112th Congress”|
|2015–2016||The Vampire Diaries||Sarah Nelson/Salvatore||Recurring role (season 6), Guest (season 8) 7 episodes|
|2015||Supergirl||Maxwell Lord’s Assistant||Episode: “Childish Things”|
|2015||Night of the Wild||Rosalyn||Television film|
|2016–present||MacGyver||Riley Davis||Main role|
|2017||Switched at Birth||Ally||Episodes: “Four Ages in Life” and “Memory (The Heart)”|
March 7, 1975
Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.
|Other names||Sarayu R. Blue|
|Spouse(s)||Jonathan M. Blue|
Sarayu Rao, a.k.a. Sarayu R. Blue, is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Angela on the Fox sitcom Sons of Tucson, as well as Dr. Sydney Napur on David E. Kelley’s Monday Mornings on TNT. She has also guest starred in a number of notable television series.
Rao’s first notable acting role came in 2007 film Lions for Lambs, co-starring with Robert Redford, Tom Cruise, and Meryl Streep. She has had guest roles in numerous TV shows, such as Bones, The Big Bang Theory, HawthoRNe, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Two and a Half Men. In 2010, she had a recurring role as Angela on the Fox sitcom Sons of Tucson; the show lasted one season. In 2012, Sarayu was cast as Dr. Sydney Napur, a series regular on David E. Kelley’s medical drama Monday Mornings (TNT).
Sarayu Rao was born in a Telugu speaking brahmin family of Andhra origin from India, her parents are Velcheru Narayana Rao and Nidadavolu Malathi, her mother Malathi is a writer of short stories and articles, all of them in Telugu. She married Jonathan Blue, a cameraman. Rao attended West High School in Madison, Wisconsin. She earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting in 2005 from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
Cash at the series premieres of You’re the Worst and Married in July 2014
|Born||Aya Rachel Cash
(1982-07-13) July 13, 1982
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Residence||New York City|
|Education||University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program|
|Spouse(s)||Josh Alexander (m. 2005)|
Aya Rachel Cash (born July 13, 1982) is an American television, film and stage actress. In December 2015, she received a Critics’ Choice Television Award nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her lead role in the FX/FXX series You’re the Worst.
Cash’s television appearances include Brotherhood, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Mercy, and The Newsroom. Cash was also a series regular in the 2011 Fox comedy Traffic Light, which ran for one season. She currently stars in the FX Network series You’re the Worst as Gretchen Cutler. She received critical acclaim for her performance, with the website The A.V. Club calling her acting in the second season “the best TV performance of 2015”.
Cash’s film credits include The Oranges, Winter of Frozen Dreams, Off Jackson Avenue, Begin Again, The Bits In Between, and The Happy House. She had a small role as Janet, Jordan Belfort’s assistant in The Wolf of Wall Street.
|2008||Off Jackson Avenue||Olga|
|2009||Winter of Frozen Dreams||Prostitute|
|2009||The Bits in Between||Suzy|
|2012||Sleepwalk with Me||Hannah|
|2013||The Happy House||Wendy|
|2013||The Wolf of Wall Street||Janet|
|2014||Loitering with Intent||Jesse|
|2017||Brand New Old Love||Hannah Becker||Post-Production|
|2006||Law & Order||Janine Lesko||Episode: “Kingmaker”|
|2006||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Lori||Episode: “Weeping Willow“|
|2007||Brotherhood||Martha Danners||Episode: “Shelter from the Storm 1:1-2”|
|2007||Spellbound||Chrissy||Unaired CW pilot|
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Katrina Lychkoff||Episode: “Hothouse”|
|2010||Mercy||Bliss Edlestein||Episode: “Too Much Attitude and Not Enough Underwear”|
|2010||Strange Brew||Lizzy||Unaired FOX pilot|
|2011||Traffic Light||Callie||Main role; 13 episodes|
|2012||Friday Night Dinner||Lizzy||Unaired NBC pilot|
|2012||A Gifted Man||Trish Sulloway||Episode: “In Case of Heart Failure”|
|2013||The Newsroom||Shelly Wexler||3 episodes|
|2013||We Are Men||Claire||2 episodes|
|2014–present||You’re the Worst||Gretchen Cutler||Lead role
Nominated – Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series (2016)
Nominated – TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy (2016)
|2015||Modern Family||Vanessa||Episode: “Rash Decisions“|
|2015||The Good Wife||Amber Audrey||Episode: “Don’t Fail”|
|2015||Sirens||Cindy||Episode: “Let Pythons be Pythons”|
1988/1989 (age 27–28)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Victoria “Tori” Anderson (born c. 1988) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her television roles, such as Dr. London Blake on the TeenNick/YTV series Open Heart, as Queen Titania on the Nickelodeon series The Other Kingdom, and as Evie in The CW series No Tomorrow.
Anderson is from Edmonton, Alberta, and graduated Frances Kelsey Secondary School in Mill Bay, British Columbia. She has a fine-arts degree from York University, and graduated magna cum laude in acting in 2011.
In 2014 Anderson was cast in the 2015 YTV/TeenNick series Open Heart where she played the role of Dr. London Blake, the older sister of the lead character. She also played PR expert Drew on the web series MsLabelled. In 2016 Anderson had a recurring role on the Nickelodeon series The Other Kingdom, playing the Fairy Queen Titania, the lead character’s mother.
|2003||Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone||Teen||Episode: “Developing”; uncredited|
|2003||Tru Calling||Meredith Davies – Age 15||Episode: Pilot; as Victoria Anderson|
|2004||Cable Beach||Ben’s Young Mom||Television film; as Victoria Anderson|
|2004||Smallville||Rebecca||Episode: “Truth”; as Victoria Anderson|
|2006||The Mermaid Chair||Dee Sullivan||Television film; as Victoria Anderson|
|2006||To Have and to Hold||Erica||Television film; as Victoria Anderson|
|2007||4400, TheThe 4400||Amber||Episode: “The Wrath of Graham”; as Victoria Anderson|
|2010||Troop, TheThe Troop||Jenny||Episode: “Unpleasantville”; as Victoria Anderson|
|2012||Mayday||Lee Brumiester||Episode: “Nowhere to Land”; as Victoria Anderson|
|2012||Murdoch Mysteries||Lucille Messing||Episodes: “Stroll on the Wild Side, parts 1 and 2”|
|2012||Rookie Blue||Liz Adams||Episode: “The Girlfriend Experience”|
|2012||L.A. Complex, TheThe L.A. Complex||Charlotte||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|2012||Flashpoint||Liz Adams||Episode: “Keep the Peace: Part 1”; as Victoria Anderson|
|2013||Blink||Rachel||Unsold television pilot|
|2014||Warehouse 13||Princess||Episode: “A Faire to Remember”|
|2014||Killing Daddy||Laura Ross||Television film|
|2015||Reign||Lady Atley||Episode: “Getaway”|
|2015||Backstrom||Alyson Cox||Episode: “Dragon Slayer”|
|2015||Open Heart||Dr. London Blake||Main role, 12 episodes|
|2015||MsLabelled||Drew||Web series; 19 episodes|
|2016||Other Kingdom, TheThe Other Kingdom||Queen Titania||Recurring role, 10 episodes|
|2016||Killjoys||Sabine||Episodes: “Schooled”, “Meet the Parents”, “I Love Lucy” and “Heart-Shaped Box”|
|2016–17||No Tomorrow||Evie||Lead role|
Betty Gilpin (born July 21, 1986 in New York) is an American actress. She is notable for portraying Doctor Carrie Roman in Showtime’s Nurse Jackie. She has also appeared in Law & Order: SVU, Medium, Fringe and Elementary.
She is the daughter of actor Jack Gilpin.
|2013–2015||Nurse Jackie||Dr. Carrie Roman||recurring season 5; main seasons 6–7|
|2016||Elementary||Fiona Helbron||recurring seasons 4–5|
|2016||Masters of Sex||Dr. Nancy Leveau||recurring season 4|