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Nina Dobrev

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Nina Dobrev
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Born Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva
(1989-01-09) January 9, 1989 (age 28)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present
Notable work The Vampire Diaries
Home town Toronto, Ontario

Nina Dobrev (born Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva;[1] January 9, 1989[2]) is a Bulgarian-Canadian actress.[3][4] She portrayed Mia Jones on the drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation (2006–2009), and then played the role of Elena Gilbert, Katherine Pierce Amara and Tatia on The CW‘s supernatural drama series The Vampire Diaries (2009–2015, 2017).

Dobrev has also starred in several feature films, including the 2012 film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, the 2014 comedy Let’s Be Cops, the 2015 horror comedy The Final Girls, and the 2017 action movie xXx: Return of Xander Cage.

Early life[edit]

Dobrev was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, as Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva (Bulgarian: Николина Константинова Добрева), and moved to Canada at the age of two, where she was raised in Toronto, Ontario.[5] She has an older brother, Aleksandar Dobrev. Her father, Konstantin Dobrev, is a computer specialist, and her mother, Michaela Dobreva (née Radeva), is an artist.[5]

Dobrev attended Vradenburg Junior Public School and J. B. Tyrrell Sr. Public School, where she started ballet and jazz classes, and competed in rhythmic gymnastics.[5] Then, she attended the arts program at Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts in Scarborough and Ryerson University, majoring in sociology. She left in 2008 to pursue her acting career. She took acting classes at Armstrong Acting Studios in Toronto.[6]

Career[edit]

Dobrev in 2008

Dobrev has appeared in a number of feature films, including Fugitive Pieces, Away from Her, Never Cry Werewolf, and the teen television series Degrassi: The Next Generation. She also starred in a number of Lifetime original movies. In 2007 she appeared in the music video of You Got That Light performed by Wade Allain-Marcus and David Baum. She also had a role in the MTV film The American Mall.

Dobrev subsequently starred in The CW‘s supernatural drama series The Vampire Diaries, a television adaptation of the book series of the same name, playing the role of Elena Gilbert.[7] This series achieved worldwide success and her portrayal of Elena Gilbert and Katherine Pierce received critical acclaim.[citation needed] In April 2015, Dobrev announced via Instagram that she would be leaving The Vampire Diaries after portraying Elena for six seasons.[8] In January 2017, it was announced that Dobrev would return as Elena in The Vampire Diaries series finale.[9]She then had a minor role in the erotic thriller Chloe, theatrically released by Sony Pictures Classics on March 26, 2010.[10] The film had enjoyed commercial success and became director Atom Egoyan‘s biggest moneymaker ever.[11]

Dobrev at San Diego Comic-Con in 2011

In April 2011, Dobrev was cast as Candace Kelmeckis in the film adaptation of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, alongside Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, and Paul Rudd.[12] In August 2014, she starred alongside Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. in the 20th Century Fox comedy Let’s Be Cops.[13]

Dobrev played the role of Vicki Summers in the 2015 horror comedy film The Final Girls.[14] The film received critical acclaim upon its release. In September 2015, Dobrev was cast in the film Arrivals, opposite Asa Butterfield and Maisie Williams, portraying the role of flight attendant Izzy.[15] The same year, she was cast in the romantic comedy Crash Pad, alongside Domhnall Gleeson and Christina Applegate, which began filming in Vancouver in fall 2015.[16]

In April 2016, it was announced that she had officially joined the cast of the action film sequel XXX: Return of Xander Cage, opposite Vin Diesel and Samuel L. Jackson.[17]

Personal life[edit]

Dobrev in 2014

Dobrev attended Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts in Scarborough, Toronto until her graduating year. She entered post-secondary studies at Ryerson University in Toronto, majoring in Sociology, before dropping out in 2008 to pursue her acting career.[18] Dobrev is multilingual and speaks English, French and Bulgarian.[19] While filming The Vampire Diaries, Dobrev lived in Atlanta.[citation needed] She moved to Los Angeles in 2015.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Repo! The Genetic Opera Teenage Zydrate Addict
2007 Away from Her Monica
2007 How She Move Tall Girl in Bathroom
2007 The Poet Rachel
2007 Fugitive Pieces Bella
2008 Mookie’s Law Rosabella Bulut Short film
2009 You Got That Light Girl Short film
2009 Chloe Anna
2011 The Roommate Maria
2011 Arena Lori Lord
2012 The Perks of Being a Wallflower Candace Kelmeckis
2014 Let’s Be Cops Josie
2015 The Final Girls Vicki Summers
2017 xXx: Return of Xander Cage Becky Clearidge
2017 Flatliners Marlo In post-production
TBA Departures Izzy [20]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Playing House Young Frannie McKenzie Movie
2006–2009 Degrassi: The Next Generation Mia Jones Recurring role: season 6; main role: seasons 7–8; guest star: season 9 (52 episodes)
2007 My Daughter’s Secret Justine Dysert Movie
2007 Too Young to Marry Jessica Carpenter Movie
2008 The Border Stephenie 2 episodes
2008 Never Cry Werewolf Loren Hansett Movie
2008 The American Mall Ally Shepherd Movie
2009 Eleventh Hour Grace Dahl Episode: “Eternal”
2009 Degrassi Goes Hollywood Mia Jones Movie
2009–2015,
2016, 2017
The Vampire Diaries Elena Gilbert / Katherine Pierce / Amara Main role: seasons 1–6; uncredited voice role: season 7;[21] guest star: season 8[9] (134 episodes)
2009 Merry Madagascar Cupid the Reindeer (voice) Christmas special
2011 Family Guy Lois’ High School Bully (voice) Episode: “Trading Places
2011 The Super Hero Squad Show Ellen (voice) Episode: “This Man-Thing, This Monster!”
2014 Robot Chicken Cortana / Abby / Jenny Curran (voice) Episode: “Panthropologie”
2014- 2018 The Originals Tatia / Katherine Zeta 6 episodes
2016 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: “Tim Tebow vs. Nina Dobrev”
2017 Workaholics Courtnee Episode: “Termidate”

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Star – Female The Vampire Diaries Won [22]
Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [22]
Young Hollywood Awards Making Their Mark Won [23]
Cast to Watch (with Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder) Won [23]
2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [24]
Choice Hottie – Female Nominated [25]
Choice Vampire Nominated [26]
2012 People’s Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama Actress Won [27]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [28]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Performance The Perks of Being a Wallflower Won [29]
2013 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Dramatic TV Actress The Vampire Diaries Nominated [30]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [31]
2014 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Nominated [32]
Favorite On-Screen Chemistry (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [32]
mtvU Fandom Awards Ship Of The Year (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [33]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won
Young Hollywood Awards Fan Favorite Actor – Female Nominated [34]
Best Threesome (with Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder) Won [34]
2015 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Nominated [35]
Favorite TV Duo (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [35]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [36]
Choice TV: Liplock (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [36]

Kandyse McClure

Kandyse McClure

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McClure at the 2013 WonderCon
Born Candice McClure
(1980-03-22) March 22, 1980 (age 37)
Durban, South Africa
Education West Vancouver Secondary School
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present
Notable work Susan D. “Sue” Snell in Stephen King‘s Carrie (2002)
Vicky in Stephen King‘s Children of the Corn (2009)
Television Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009)
Hemlock Grove (2013-2015)
Persons Unknown (2010-)
Website www.kandysemcclure.com

Kandyse McClure (born March 22, 1980)[1] is a South African-born Canadian actress.[2] She has played Anastasia Dualla on the Sci Fi Channel‘s television program Battlestar Galactica, and Dr. Clementine Chasseur on the Netflix original series Hemlock Grove.[3]

Early life[edit]

She was born Candice McClure[4] in Durban, South Africa.[5] She is of Cape Coloured descent.

McClure graduated from West Vancouver Secondary School in 1998.[citation needed]

Acting career[edit]

McClure’s first television appearance was a lead role with Lou Diamond Phillips in the 1999 telefilm In a Class of His Own that was followed by the Fox Family teen drama Higher Ground (together with Jewel Staite, Hayden Christensen, and A.J. Cook) and the NBC Saturday-morning series Just Deal, both of which premiered in 2000. The year 2000 was also the time period when McClure played a recurring role in the Canadian drama television series Da Vinci’s Inquest.[6]

In 2002, McClure portrayed the recurring character of Elizabeth Munroe on Showtime‘s Jeremiah, alongside Luke Perry and Malcolm-Jamal Warner.[6] Also in that year, the actress played the role of Sue Snell in the telefilm remake of Stephen King‘s novel Carrie.[7]

From 2003 to 2009, McClure played the character of Anastasia “Dee” Dualla on the Sci Fi Channel series Battlestar Galactica. McClure’s character, a Petty Officer Second Class in the Colonial Fleet, was not featured in the original 1978 series, but was initially an analogue of Sarah Rush‘s original series character Flight Corporal Rigel. McClure was a regular cast member of the series until January 2009.[8]

McClure at the Japan Expo 2009 in Paris, France

McClure then appeared in a 2009 television adaptation of King’s Children of the Corn[9] and the Carl Bessai feature film from the same year Cole.[10] In 2010 the television series Persons Unknown, in which McClure co-starred, premiered,[11] but the series was not renewed for a second season after it was initially picked up by NBC.[12]

In 2011 McClure played the girlfriend of Stuart Davis in the independent short film Just Be Yourself, a comedy about a desperate man who is offered a job to “just be himself.”[13][14] McClure then joined Davis again in 2011 to co-host the second season of the late-night HDNet program Sex, God, Rock ‘n’ Roll.[15] In 2012 McClure joined the cast of Netflix original series Hemlock Grove (premiered in January 2013[9])[16] and completed the feature film Broken Kingdom (alongside Rachael Leigh Cook).[9][unreliable source?] McClure has also appeared in other television programs, such as Whistler, Andromeda, Jake 2.0, Smallville, and Reaper.[6]

On 2 February 2016 Heritage Canada featured Viola Desmond in the 82nd Heritage Minute,[17] to mark the beginning of Black History Month. The video was filmed on location in High River, Alberta in June 2015. It features Kandyse McClure as Viola Desmond.[18] Civil rights activist Viola Desmond, often described as the Rosa Parks of Canada, was an entrepreneur who challenged segregation in Nova Scotia in the 1940s.

Personal life[edit]

As of 2013, McClure continues to work with the non-profit organization CARE Canada to address poverty in the world’s developing regions.[9] As of 2013[update], McClure resides in Vancouver, British Columbia.[9]

McClure is married to musician Cylenz.[19]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

McClure at Battlestar Starfury in London, December 2008

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Romeo Must Die Store Clerk
2001 See Spot Run Attractive Woman
2008 Barbie in A Christmas Carol Catherine (voice) Video
2009 Cole Serafina
2009 Children of the Corn Vicky Stanton
2010 Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale Grace (voice) Video
2010 Mother’s Day Gina Jackson
2012 Broken Kingdom Jessica
2015 Careful What You Wish For Angie Alvarez
2015 Seventh Son Sarikin

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 In a Class of His Own Brandy TV film
2000 2gether Danielle TV film
2000 Spiral Staircase, TheThe Spiral Staircase Monica TV film
2000 Higher Ground Katherine Ann ‘Kat’ Cabot Main role (22 episodes)
2000 Level 9 Megan Episode: “Ten Little Hackers”
2000 Da Vinci’s Inquest Lily Episode: “It’s a Bad Corner”
2001 Passion and Prejudice Tamara TV film
2001 Return to Cabin by the Lake Jade TV film
2001 Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits Brianna Lake Episode: “Abduction
2001 Just Deal Kim Episode: “Low Fidelity, “Painted Love”, “The Perfect Mix”
2002 Framed TV film
2002 Carrie Sue Snell TV film
2002 Mysterious Ways Julie Episode: “A Man of God”
2002 Dark Angel Annie Fisher Episodes: “Hello, Goodbye”, “Dawg Day Afternoon”
2002 L.A. Law: The Movie Yvonne TV film
2002 Jeremiah Elizabeth Recurring role (7 episodes)
2003 Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone Gwen Episode: “Fair Warning
2003 Black Sash Episode: “Jump Start”
2003 Hollywood Wives: The New Generation Saffron TV film
2003 Battlestar Galactica Dualla TV miniseries
2003 Jake 2.0 Anna Episode: “The Prince and the Revolution”
2003–05 Da Vinci’s Inquest Marla Recurring role (15 episodes)
2004 Andromeda Zara Episode: “The Others”
2004–09 Battlestar Galactica Officer Anastasia Dualla Main role (54 episodes)
2005 Smallville Harmony Episode: “Spirit”
2006 Whistler Lisa Recurring role (6 episodes)
2006 Santa Baby Donna Louise Campbell TV film
2007 Sanctuary Meg Episode: “1.1”
2007 Battlestar Galactica: Razor Petty Officer Anastasia Dualla TV film
2008 Reaper Cassidy Episodes: “Coming to Grips”, “Greg, Schmeg”, “The Leak”
2008 Sanctuary Meg Episodes: “Sanctuary for All: Parts 1 & 2”, “Fata Morgana”
2010 Client List, TheThe Client List Laura TV film
2010 Persons Unknown Erika Taylor Recurring role (9 episodes)
2012 Sex, God, Rock ‘n Roll with Stuart Davis Episode: “Spirituality and Religion”
2012 Just Be Yourself Glenda TV film
2012 Republic of Doyle Sabrina McCarthy Episode: “One Angry Jake”
2012 Aladdin and the Death Lamp Shifa TV film
2012 Alphas Agnes Walker Episode: “The Devil Will Drag You Under”
2012–13 Arctic Air Shontal Recurring role (4 episodes)
2013 Hemlock Grove Dr. Clementine Chasseur Main role
2013 Haven Carrie Benson Episode: “Lay Me Down
2016 Supernatural Sherriff Tyson Season 11 Episode 19: “The Chitters”

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Leo Awards, Nomination Best Supporting Actress, 2002, Carrie
  • Peabody Awards, Peabody Award for Excellence in Television, 2005, Battlestar Galactica R&D TV in Association with NBC Universal Television Studio, Sci Fi Channel

Caity Lotz

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Caity Lotz

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Born Caity Marie Lotz
(1986-12-30) December 30, 1986 (age 30)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, dancer, martial artist practitioner, singer, model
Years active 2005–present

Caity Marie Lotz (born December 30, 1986, San Diego, California) is an American actress, dancer, martial artist practitioner, singer, and model. She is known for her roles as Officer Kirsten Landry in the MTV mockumentary series Death Valley (2011), as Annie in The Pact (2012), and as Sara Lance/White Canary in The CW‘s series Arrow (2013–present) and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (2016–present).

Career[edit]

Lotz started her career as a dancer, touring with Avril Lavigne and Lady Gaga,[1] starring in music videos including Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” and “LoveGame“,[2] David Guetta and Estelle‘s “One Love“, Selena Gomez‘s “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know“, Faith Evans‘ “Mesmerized“, T-Pain‘s “Freeze“, JoJo‘s “Baby It’s You“, Cascada‘s “Evacuate the Dancefloor“, Kaci Brown‘s ” Instigator (album)” and Wang Leehom “Gai Shi Ying Xiong. Also she was on Dancing with the Stars (U.S. season 8) as Lady Gaga‘s back dancer for “LoveGame“. The Avril Lavigne tour that she was one was called “The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto

She appeared in adverts for Reebok, Jack in the Box, and T-Mobile, danced in the web series The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, toured with the hip hop theatre production Groovaloo, and stunt-doubled in films including Step Up 3D.[3] Lotz is a martial artist, with some training in Taekwondo, Wushu , Krav Maga , Kali martial arts and Muay Thai. She is also a practitioner of Parkour and Tricking.[4]

In 2005, Lotz joined the girl group Soccx. In 2006, the group released their debut single “From Dusk Till Dawn (Get the Party Started)”, which was followed up in 2007 by the single “Scream Out Loud”, both of which reached the top 10 in Germany. Their début album, Hold On, was also released in 2007 and their third single, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”, was released in 2008.[2]

Lotz has modelled for Men’s Health,[5] Esquire, the latter in conjunction with the website Me in My Place.[6]

Lotz did her acting training at Sanford Meisner for 2 years. Lotz began her acting career in 2006 with a small role in the cheerleading film Bring It On: All or Nothing. She followed that up in 2010 with a part in the third episode of Law & Order: LA and a recurring role in the fourth season of the AMC drama Mad Men as Stephanie, Anna Draper‘s niece. In 2011, Lotz starred as Officer Kirsten Landry, one of the main characters in the MTV horror, black comedy mockumentary series Death Valley. Lotz performs all her own stunts on the show.[3]

In 2012, Lotz had roles in Live at the Foxes Den, Battle of the Year: The Dream Team alongside Josh Holloway[7] and alongside Casper Van Dien and Agnes Bruckner in the supernatural thriller The Pact,[8] which débuted at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival[9] and has been picked up for distribution.[10] Lotz also appears starting in season 2 of Arrow as Sara Lance, a character believed dead who returns as a costumed vigilante known as Canary.[11][12]

She is currently starring as Sara Lance/White Canary in Legends of Tomorrow, an Arrow spin-off. She had the lead role in the science fiction film The Machine, which had its UK release on March 21, 2014 and had its US release on April 25, 2014.[13][14] In May 2014, she reprised her role as Stephanie in the seventh season of Mad Men. She reprised her role in the highly anticipated series finale of the show, aired on May 17, 2015.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Bring It On: All or Nothing Pacific Vista Cheerleader
2012 Pact, TheThe Pact Annie Barlow
2012 Cold & Ugly Tanya Pavelovna Short film
2013 Machine, TheThe Machine Ava / The Machine Toronto After Dark Film Festival Award for Best Actress
Nominated – British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer
2013 Battle of the Year Stacy
2013 Out of the Blue Dominique Short film
2013 Live at the Foxes Den Susan Hudson
2014 Pact 2, TheThe Pact 2 Annie Barlow
2014 Missed Call Kirsten Short film
2015 400 Days Dr. Emily McTier
2017 Small Town Crime Heidi Completed
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Law & Order: LA Amy Reynolds Episode: “Harbor City”
2011 Death Valley Officer Kirsten Landry 11 episodes
2012 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Mary Episode: “Lights, Camera, Assassination”
2013–present Arrow Sara Lance / The Canary Recurring (Seasons 2–5; 31 episodes)
2014 Stalker Melissa Barnes Episode: “Love Is a Battlefield”
2010–15 Mad Men Stephanie Horton 5 episodes
2016 Robot Chicken Voice role Episode: “Fridge Smell
2016–present Legends of Tomorrow Sara Lance / White Canary Main role
2016 The Flash Sara Lance / White Canary Episode: “Invasion!”
Web
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Burning Love Hathwell’s date Episode: “Burn Baby Burn”

Maisie Richardson-Sellers

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Maisie Richardson-Sellers

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Maisie Richardson-Sellers
Born (1992-03-02) 2 March 1992 (age 25)
England
Education University of Oxford (2013)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2011–present

Maisie Richardson-Sellers (born 2 March 1992[citation needed]) is an English actress. She is known for her recurring role as Rebekah Mikaelson/Eva Sinclair in the second season of the CW series The Originals, and for her starring roles as Michal the daughter of King Saul of Israel in the 2016 ABC Biblical television series Of Kings and Prophets and as Amaya on the CW television superhero series Legends of Tomorrow.

Life[edit]

Coming from a family of stage actors, Richardson-Sellers started acting from a young age.[citation needed] In 2013, Richardson-Sellers graduated, with degrees in Archaeology and Anthropology, from University of Oxford, where she participated in and directed several plays, including Mephisto, Chatroom, and There Will Be Red.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

After graduating university, she started auditioning and landed her very first role in the highly anticipated Star Wars sequel Star Wars: The Force Awakens,[1][2] in the cameo role of Korr Sella.[3]

After wrapping filming for her The Force Awakens role, Richardson-Sellers booked her second role as Rebekah Mikaelson in the CW series The Originals in 2014, where the character of Rebekah inhabits a different body after a spell gone wrong.[4] Executive Producer Michael Narducci described her performance as having “an incredibly strong sparkle” and “there’s a great beauty – not only with physical beauty but there’s a great inner beauty – that comes up in her performance. There’s also just this incredible strength.”[5]

In early March 2015, it was announced that Richardson-Sellers would play a starring role in Of Kings and Prophets, an ABC drama series that would be filmed in South Africa.[6] In June 2016, it was reported that Richardson-Sellers would be playing Amaya Jiwe/Vixen on the second season of the CW series Legends of Tomorrow, who is the grandmother of the titular character in the CW Seed animated series Vixen.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Our First World N/A Short film
2013 Americano and Rum Ellie Short film
2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Korr Sella Cameo[3]
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2014–2015, 2017 The Originals Rebekah Mikaelson / Eva Sinclair Recurring role, 14 episodes
2016 Of Kings and Prophets Michal Main role
2016–present Legends of Tomorrow Amaya Jiwe (Vixen) Main role (season 2)

Sofia Boutella (UPDATE)

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Sofia Boutella

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Sofia Boutella
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Born (1982-04-03) April 3, 1982 (age 35)
Bab El Oued, Algiers, Algeria
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Nationality Algerian, French
Education Canisius High School
Occupation Dancer, model, actress
Years active 1998–present

Sofia Boutella (born April 3, 1982) is an Algerian dancer, model, and actress. She is known mainly for her hip-hop and street dance, and for appearing in Nike Women’s advertising campaigns. Boutella has starred as Eva in StreetDance 2 (2012), Ara in Monsters: Dark Continent (2014), Gazelle in Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015), and an alien warrior named Jaylah in Star Trek Beyond (2016). She will be playing the title role in Universal’s upcoming film The Mummy (2017).[1]

Early life[edit]

Boutella was born in the Bab El Oued district of Algiers, the daughter of jazz musician Safy Boutella and an architect mother.[2] She started classical dance education at the age of 5, and at the age of 10 in 1992, she left Algeria with her family, and moved to France, where she started rhythmic gymnastics, and joined the French national team at age 18.[3]

Career[edit]

Boutella took up hip hop and street dance, and was part of a group called the Vagabond Crew, which won the Battle of the Year in 2006. She also participated in a group called “Chienne de Vie and Aphrodites” created by Momo from the Vagabond Crew. Sofia is a graduate of Berklee College of Music.[citation needed]

Boutella had been rehearsing since age 17 with choreographer Blanca Li. She has danced in several film and television appearances, as well as commercials and concert tours.[3][4]

Her breakthrough arrived in 2007, when she was picked for the Jamie King choreography for Nike, as a role model of femininity and hip hop.[4] This was a major boost in her career and led to more work alongside stars like Madonna, in her Confessions Tour, and Rihanna.[3][4]

Boutella auditioned for the Michael Jackson This Is It concerts but, although successful, could not attend due to the extension of the Madonna tour whose dates coincided with the Jackson residency.[5] In February 2011, she was the main character in the music video for “Hollywood Tonight” by Michael Jackson.[6][7]

Boutella played the lead character Eva in the drama film StreetDance 2,[8] the sequel to StreetDance 3D, and co-starred in Kingsman: The Secret Service.[9] She appeared as the alien warrior Jaylah in Star Trek Beyond, released on July 22, 2016.[10]

Her influences include Fred Astaire, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Bob Fosse.[11]

Music videos[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Le Défi [12]
2004 Les Cordier, juge et flic Maya Episode: “Temps mort”[14]
2005 Permis D’Aimer Lila [12]
2006 Azur et Asmar La Fée des elfes Voice[14]
2006 Megatánc (Megadance) [15][16]
2007 Supermodelo
2010 Dancing with the Stars Episode: “Macy’s Stars of Dance
2012 StreetDance 2 Eva [17]
2014 Monsters: Dark Continent Ara [18]
2015 Kingsman: The Secret Service Gazelle [19]
2016 Star Trek Beyond Jaylah [10][20]
2016 Tiger Raid Shadha
2016 Jet Trash Vix
2017 Atomic Blonde Sandrine
2017 The Mummy Princess Ahmanet / The Mummy Post-production

Jodelle Ferland

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Jodelle Ferland

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Jodelle Ferland
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Born Jodelle Micah Ferland
(1994-10-09) October 9, 1994 (age 22)
Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present

Jodelle Micah Ferland[1] (born October 9, 1994[1]) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her portrayals of Mary Jensen in the 2004 ABC television series Kingdom Hospital, Sharon/Alessa in the 2006 horror film Silent Hill, Bree Tanner in the 2010 film The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and Five in the 2015 Syfy television series Dark Matter.

Life and career[edit]

Ferland was born in Nanaimo, British Columbia,[1] the daughter of Valerie and Marc Ferland.[2] Her siblings are actress Marisha Ferland and musician Jeremy Ferland.[2]

Ferland started her career in commercials at the age of two. She made her movie debut at age 4 in the TV-movie Mermaid, for which she received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination, making her the youngest nominee in Emmy history. She has since made guest appearances in several televisions series, including Stargate Atlantis, Dark Angel, Stargate SG-1, Smallville and Supernatural, and has appeared in films including They and Trapped. In 2005, she starred in the Terry Gilliam drama Tideland, for which she received a Genie Award nomination in the Best Actress category. Later, she appeared in the 2006 film Silent Hill, an adaptation of the well-known video game, and had a supporting role in Good Luck Chuck for Lions Gate Entertainment. In 2006, she filmed the movie Case 39 opposite Renée Zellweger; however, because of a lengthy post-production, it was not released until 2009.[3]

She played Bree Tanner in the third film of the Twilight series, Eclipse. She stated: “Usually I read the script before I take a role, but I haven’t read this one,” she explained. “It’s Twilight, of course I’m going to take it.”[4]

From 2010 to 2011, she provided voice work for the videogame BioShock 2 and its DLC, appeared in the SyFy movie Ice Quake, and starred in the Lifetime television movie Girl Fight.[5] In 2012, she appeared in the drama Mighty Fine,[6][7][8] the horror film The Tall Man,[9] Joss Whedon’s The Cabin in the Woods, the stop-motion animated film ParaNorman and had her first starring role in a comedy, in Home Alone: The Holiday Heist.[10] From 2013 to 2014, she starred in the family film Midnight Stallion,[11] the short film Monster,[12] and the crime drama film A Warden’s Ransom.[13]

In 2015, she starred in the short film The Goodbye Girl[14] and the horror film The Unspoken,[15] which premiered at the Film4 Frightfest Film Festival on October 24.[16]

Since June 2015, Ferland has starred as Five in the SyFy series Dark Matter,[17] based on the comic book series of the same name. In June 2016 she appeared in the Lifetime television movie Revenge Porn,[18][19] and is set to appear in the short film Women Seen directed by Amanda Tapping[20][21] and the comedy sequel Bigger Fatter Liar.[22]

In October 2016, Ferland provided the narration for the audio book Wonder Women, written by Sam Maggs.[23]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 The Linda McCartney Story Heather (age 5–6) as Jodelle Micah Ferland
2001 Deadly Little Secrets Madison
2002 They Sarah as Jodelle Micah Ferland
2005 Tideland Jeliza-Rose also: voices of Sateen Lips, Glitter Gal, Mustique and Baby Blonde
2006 Silent Hill Sharon Da Silva/Alessa Gillespie/Dark Alessa
2006 Amber’s Story Nichole Taylor Timmons as Jodelle Micah Ferland
2006 Swimming Lessons Zoe Short film
2007 The Messengers Michael Rollins
2007 Seed Emily Bishop
2007 Good Luck Chuck Lila Carpenter as Jodelle Micah Ferland
2007 BloodRayne II: Deliverance Sally Minor role
2008 Wonderful World Sandra
2009 Everything’s Coming Up Rosie Rosie Short film
2009 Case 39 Lillith Sullivan Filmed in 2006
2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Bree Tanner
2012 Mighty Fine Natalie Fine Limited release
2012 The Tall Man Jenny
2012 The Cabin in the Woods Patience Buckner Filmed in 2009[24]
2012 ParaNorman Aggie[25] Voice role
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 Bree Tanner Archive footage shown during end credits
2013 Midnight Stallion Megan Shepard Formerly titled Midnight Rider
2013 Monster Hannah Short film
2014 A Warden’s Ransom Kit Brandt Formerly titled Steel & Stilettos
2015 The Unspoken Angela Also titled The Haunting of Briar House
2015 The Goodbye Girl Molly Short film
2016 Women Seen Short film
2017 Bigger Fatter Liar Becca Direct-to-video[22]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Cold Squad Hailey Hatcher Episodes: “First Deadly Sin” and “Deadly Games: Part 2”
2000 Higher Ground Young Juliette Episode: “Innocence”
2000 Mermaid Desiree Leanne ‘Desi’ Gill Television movie
2000 Special Delivery Samantha Beck Television movie
2000 Sole Survivor Nina Carpenter Television miniseries
2001 Wolf Lake Lily Kelly Episode: Unaired Pilot
2001 Dark Angel Annabelle Anselmo Episode: “Red”
2001 The Lone Gunmen Mary the Little Girl Episode: “Cap’n Toby”
2001 So Weird Maria Episode: “Annie’s Song”
2001 The Miracle of the Cards Annie Television movie
2001 Trapped Heather Television movie
2002 Special Unit 2 Focus Group Girl Episode: “The Piper”
2002 John Doe Jenny Nichols Episode: Pilot
2002 Carrie Little Carrie Television movie
2003 Smallville Emily Eve Dinsmore Episode: “Accelerate”
2003 Dead Like Me Kirsti Episode: Pilot
2003 Mob Princess Young Patti Television movie
2004 Kingdom Hospital Mary Jensen Main role, 13 episodes
2004 The Collector The Devil/Little Girl Episodes: “The Prosecutor” and “The Rapper”
2004 10.5 Little ‘Wow!’ Girl Television miniseries
2004 Too Cool for Christmas Alexa Television movie
2005 Supernatural Cameo in a family portrait Episode: Pilot (uncredited)[citation needed]
2006
2013, 2015
Supernatural Melanie Merchant Episodes: “Provenance”
also: “Clip Show” & “Thin Lizzie” (archive footage; uncredited)[citation needed]
2006 Stargate SG-1 Adria (age 7) Episode: “Flesh and Blood
2006 Masters of Horror Lisa Episode: “The V Word”
2006 The Secret of Hidden Lake Young Maggie Dolan Television movie
2007 Stargate Atlantis Harmony Episode: “Harmony[26]
2007 Pictures of Hollis Woods Hollis Woods Television movie
2008 Céline Young Céline Television movie
2010 Ice Quake Tia Webster Syfy television movie
2011 Girl Fight Haley Macklin Lifetime television movie
2011–12 R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour Alice / Sara Episodes: “My Sister the Witch”, “The Most Evil Sorcerer” (Parts 1 & 2)[27] (2 parts)
2012 Home Alone: The Holiday Heist Alexis Baxter ABC Family television movie
2015 Motive Sophie Glass Episode: “The Glass House”[28]
2015–present Dark Matter[Note 1] Five/Das/Emily Kolburn Main role[29]
2016 Revenge Porn Audrey Lifetime television movie; former titles Forced Exposure and My Daughter’s Disgrace

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 BioShock 2 Little Sisters Voice role
2010 BioShock 2: The Protector Trials Little Sisters Voice role
2010 BioShock 2: Minerva’s Den Little Sisters Voice role

Audiobooks[edit]

Year Title Role Author Notes
2016 Wonder Women Narrator Sam Maggs

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref
2001 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy or Drama) – Young Actress Age Ten or Younger Desi Gill in Mermaid Won
2001 Emmy Award Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Special Desi Gill in Mermaid Nominated
2004 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress Emily Eve Dinsmore in Smallville Nominated
2004 Leo Award Dramatic Series: Best Guest Performance by a Female The Devil/Little Girl in The Collector
For episode “The Prosecutor”
Nominated
2005 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Young Actress Age Ten or Younger Mary Jensen in Kingdom Hospital Nominated
2007 Genie Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Jeliza-Rose in Tideland Nominated
2007 Saturn Award Best Performance by a Younger Actor Jeliza-Rose in Tideland Nominated
2008 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV movie, miniseries, or special – Leading Young Actress Hollis Woods in Pictures of Hollis Woods Nominated
2008 CAMIE Award Lead Performance in a TV Movie, Series, or Special Hollis Woods in Pictures of Hollis Woods Won
2009 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special – Supporting Young Actress Young Céline in Céline Nominated
2010 Leo Award Best Performance by a Female in a Short Drama Rosie in Everything’s Coming Up Rosie Nominated
2011 Fangoria Chainsaw Award Best Supporting Actress Lillith Sullivan in Case 39 Nominated
2016 Saturn Award Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series Five in Dark Matter Nominated

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