JANINE GATELAND

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FILMOLOGY:

2016 F***, MARRY, KILL TIFFANY FORBES

2105 THE CLOSING (SHORT) LAURA

2014 APPLE OF SIN (TV SERIES) ASHLEY HAMILTON

2013 MASON AND MILO (MINI-SERIES) VERONICA

2001-02 GMTV (TV SERIES) SELF

2001 MENSHEN DER WOCHE (TV SERIES) SELF

2001 RICHARD AND JUDY (TV SERIES) SELF

2001 THIS MORNING (TV SERIES) SELF

2000 FAT FRIENDS (TV SERIES) SARAH

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HOLLIE STENSON

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Caitlin FitzGerald

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Caitlin FitzGerald

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Caitlin FitzGerald
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Fitzgerald at the Masters of Sex event at PaleyFest 2014 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood in March 2014
Born 1982/1983 (age 33–34)
Camden, Maine, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Relatives Desmond FitzGerald (grandfather), Frances FitzGerald (aunt)

Caitlin FitzGerald (born 1983) is an American actress and filmmaker. She is best known for her role Libby Masters in the Showtime television drama Masters of Sex.

Early life[edit]

FitzGerald was raised in Camden, Maine.[1] Her father, Des FitzGerald, is the former CEO of the multinational corporation ContiGroup and the founder of Ducktrap River Fish Farm Inc.[2] Her mother, Pam Allen, is the author of Knitting for Dummies and the founder of the yarn company Quince & Co.[1][3] FitzGerald’s younger brother, Ryan, is a Yale University graduate with a master’s degree in environmental management. Her parents divorced when she was a child. She has two half-brothers, Alexander and Cooper,[4] as a result of her father’s subsequent marriage to actress Lucinda Ziesing.[5][6][7] Her paternal grandfather, Desmond FitzGerald, was the deputy director of the CIA during the Kennedy administration.[8] Her aunt is Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Frances FitzGerald.[8]

Fitzgerald first developed an interest in acting as a child and performed in many community theatre and school productions.[5] She was a boarding student at Concord Academy in Massachusetts.[9][10] She later graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied drama at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.[5] FitzGerald also spent time studying Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.[11]

Career[edit]

FitzGerald has appeared in Love Simple, It’s Complicated, Gossip Girl (TV), Whit Stillman‘s Damsels in Distress,[12] Blue Bloods (TV), and Newlyweds.[13]

Fitzgerald at PaleyFest in March 2014

In 2010, FitzGerald starred in an off-Broadway production of Hedda Gabler. The play was performed in a private house to an audience of just twenty-five people. FitzGerald was excited to play “the greatest part written for a woman that isn’t Shakespeare”.[14] Ben Brantley of The New York Times said of her performance: “All legs, eyes and cheekbones, with a face that seems made for cinematic close-ups, she’s a hypnotic pleasure to look at.” However, he felt she had insufficient gravitas, often bringing to mind “a newly transferred, intimidatingly classy high school senior, perhaps, who is so beyond being merely popular”.[15]

In 2010 she also played the role of Benita in “After Hours[16] the 10th episode of the 1st season of the CBS crime drama Blue Bloods.

In 2012, FitzGerald starred in and co-wrote the screenplay for the independent film Like the Water, set in Maine. The film focuses on the death of a childhood friend, inspired by the sudden death of FitzGerald’s Riley School classmate Sabrina Seelig.[17][18] She also co-starred that year in The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, reuniting with director Ed Burns.[19] In 2013, she starred as Liv in the independent romantic comedy ensemble Mutual Friends directed by Matthew Watts.[20][21]

FitzGerald starred in the Showtime period drama Masters of Sex. Indiewire has described her character as one of the most underrated in television: “Libby Masters is a character who could easily have come across as insipid instead of likable and poignant … FitzGerald fully conveys Libby’s willowy fragility, her fairly sheltered outlook and girlishness — she sometimes calls her husband “Daddy”—while making it clear she isn’t a simple stand-in for conservative values or cluelessness … FitzGerald makes Libby’s perceptiveness and her transparency clear.”[22]

In 2015, She appeared in the indie comedy Adult Beginners (previously called Brother’s Keeper) from director Ross Katz as Kat, the girlfriend of Jake (Nick Kroll) who dumps him after his tech startup fails and he moves back to his family home. Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale co-star.[23]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 A Jersey Christmas Wellesley
2009 Taking Woodstock Young woman
2009 My Last Day with You Ashley
2009 Love Simple Keith
2009 It’s Complicated Lauren Adler
2011 Dirty Movie Bank teller
2011 Damsels in Distress Priss
2011 Newlyweds Katie
2012 The Fitzgerald Family Christmas Connie Fitzgerald
2012 Like the Water Charlie McRill
2013 Mutual Friends Liv
2014 Adult Beginners Kat
2015 Manhattan Romance Theresa
2016 Always Shine Beth
2016 Mercy Melissa
2016 This Is Your Death Sylvia
2017 A Little Something for Your Birthday Alison

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Anna / Natalie Bleers Episode: “Wildlife”
2009 Mercy Erika Episode: “Hope You’re Good, Smiley Face”
2010 How to Make It in America Rachel’s friend Episode: “Paper, Denim + Dollars”
2010 Blue Bloods Benita Episode: “After Hours”
2011 Gossip Girl Epperly Lawrence Recurring role; 3 episodes
2013–2016 Masters of Sex Libby Masters Main role; 46 episodes
2016 New Girl Diane Episode: “Return to Sender”
2016 Rectify Chloe Recurring role; 7 episodes
2017 Code Black Dr. Gretchen Kerr Recurring role; 2 episodes
2017 UnReal Serena Main role

Debbie Rochon (HORROR QUEEN)

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Debbie Rochon

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Debbie Rochon
Born (1968-11-03) November 3, 1968 (age 48)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress, former stage performer
Years active 1982 – present

Debbie Ann Rochon (born November 3, 1968 in Vancouver, British Columbia)[1] is a Canadian actress and former stage performer, best known for her work in independent horror films and counter-culture films.

Biography[edit]

When Rochon was ten years old, her parents were deemed unfit to raise her, and she was remanded to foster care. Shuttled from one foster home to the next, Rochon ran away to Vancouver. When she was 14 and homeless, she was violently robbed by a homeless man, who assaulted her with a knife and slashed her upper right arm, leaving Rochon with a large vertical scar.

In 1981, after being alerted to an open casting call by another homeless youth, Rochon was cast as a rock concert extra in Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains. By age 17, she had saved enough money to move to New York City. Rochon worked with off-off Broadway theater companies, performing in over 25 stage productions. She garnered her first printed review in Backstage which read: “Debbie Rochon acquitted herself well as the cocaloony bird in Tennessee WilliamsThe Gnadiges Fraulein.

Rochon then focused on the cinema and worked on over two hundred independent features. The Hubcap Awards founder Joe Bob Briggs crowned Rochon runner-up Best Actress of the year in 1994 for her work on Abducted II: The Reunion. In 1995 she was recognized for her work as the conniving television producer in Broadcast Bombshells, winning the Barbarella Award.

She was a featured guest player on Fox’s New York Undercover. In 2002 Rochon was crowned Scream Queen of the Decade (1990–1999) by Draculina magazine, based on reader voting. She also received Best Psychette Award 2002 (Best Female Psycho in a Movie) for her work in American Nightmare (fr). She has won over a dozen more awards for her film work.

Rochon is perhaps best known for her work with Troma Entertainment. First appearing as Edna Purlmutte for the satirical The Troma System, she went on to appear in Tromeo and Juliet, Terror Firmer, Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV and episodes of Troma’s Edge TV. In November 2006, Troma released Debbie Rochon Confidential featuring previously unreleased footage from Rochon’s years with Troma.

In 2003, while working on an unreleased film in Tennessee, Rochon suffered an accident with a prop machete which resulted in the near-severing of the four fingers of her right hand.[2] After extensive surgery and physical therapy, she has regained limited use of the hand.

In 2004, Rochon won MicroCinemaFest’s “Best Comedy Actress” award for her work in Dr. Horror’s Erotic House of Idiots.

She also co-hosted the 2005 Village Halloween Parade with Dee Snider. The following year, she and Snider began broadcasting Fangoria Radio on Sirius Satellite Radio, a weekly talk show of horror movie news and reviews. The show ran from 2006 till 2010. She appears regularly at Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors conventions and others.

In 2008, Rochon appeared in several new horror ventures, including the Michigan-made film DOG, Savaged, The Colour from the Dark, Psychosomatika, and Beg. She can also be seen in the After Dark-released film Mulberry Street, directed by Jim Mickle, which had a theatrical run as part of the Horrorfest series in 2007.

Rochon resides in New York City and works for the horror magazines Fangoria “((Phantom of the Movies’ Videoscope magazine))” and ((Tenebre Magazine)).

One of Rochon’s most critically acclaimed titles is the Italian-made H.P. Lovecraft-based film Colour from the Dark, in which she plays the possessed wife of a farmer in a wartorn area in 1943.

She appeared in a 2009 documentary Pretty Bloody: The Women of Horror.[3]

In 2009, Rochon starred as Alice in Slime City Massacre, a sequel to the cult film Slime City; both films were directed by Gregory Lamberson.[4] She presented the movie on the Premiere at 2010 Beloit International Film Festival on 18 February 2010.[5]

Rochon is featured as a character in the 2008 novel Bad Moon Rising by Jonathan Maberry. She is one of several real-world horror celebrities who are in the fictional town of Pine Deep when monsters attack. Other celebrities include Tom Savini, Jim O’Rear, Brinke Stevens, Ken Foree, Stephen Susco, Joe Bob Briggs, James Gunn, and Mem Shannon.[6][7][8][9][10]

Rochon appeared in a new feature film by Sean Pomper Productions, Killer Hoo Ha.[11]

She portrayed Madam Won Ton in the 2011 horror comedy film Won Ton Baby! by James Morgart.[12]

Rochon served as a model for the esteemed illustrator Dave Stevens and appears in his final work, a book titled Brush with Passion: The Art and Life of Dave Stevens.

She portrayed Eleanor of Aquitaine in the 2014 film, Richard the Lionheart: Rebellion.

In 2015, she was nominated for a Rondo Hatton Award for her column Diary of the Deb in the Fangoria Magazine.[13]

Breaking Glass Pictures released the feature film “DOLLFACE” in September 2015, in which Rochon stars as a foul-mouthed groundskeeper. She was praised for her performance in “Dollface”, which won numerous awards in 2014/2015 including Horror Society’s “Best Indie Horror Film of 2014”. Also in 2015, she made her directorial debut with the horror thriller film Model Hunger.[14]

Model acting[edit]

Debbie Rochon has appeared on countless film-related magazine covers including:

Debbie has written for numerous genre publications including:

As well as a regular column in THE JOE BOB REPORT (Published by Joe Bob Briggs)

Selected filmography[edit]

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Lili Bordán

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Born (1982-03-12) 12 March 1982 (age 35)
Bronxville, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress, screenwriter, producer
Years active 2001–present

Lili Bordán (born March 12, 1982)[1] is a Hungarian-American film and television actress.

Early life[edit]

Lili Bordán was born in New York City, the daughter of Hungarian actress Irén Bordán.[2] During school at Sarah Lawrence College, she completed her degree in theater and 19th century western literature.[3] She also studied with world-renowned acting coach Susan Batson. Finishing her studies, she moved to Hungary.[4]

Career[edit]

In 2001, Bordán began her acting career in television with a guest appearance on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. From 2003 to 2010, she starred in supporting roles in several feature films like Kistestvér (2003),[5] 8mm 2 (2005), Joy Division (2006), and Kolorádó Kid (2010),[6] and leading roles in films like Kinder Garden (2005), Cherry (2010),[7] A Love Affair of Sorts (2011),[8] and Egill: The Last Pagan (2011).[9] In 2007, she continued her television career, guest starring on the shows Painkiller Jane, Robin Hood, and Könyveskép. Subsequent credits include Luke 11:17 (2008) and ER (2008).[4] A recurring role made a sudden entrance on Silent Witness (2011), as Anna Sándor.[10] She later moved on to another recurrence in Casino (2011), as Mirtill.[11] On February 10, 2011, it was announced that Bordán would join the main cast of the military science fiction drama Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome,[12] portraying Dr. Beka Kelly, a former employee of Graystone Industries, the company that created the Cylon.[13][14] In April 2012, she finished filming on the British thriller Two Days In The Smoke, where she plays the lead, Jodie.[15][16]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2003 Kistestvér Ági
2005 Kinder Garden Baba translator
8mm 2 Dóra Direct-to-video
Csak szex és más semmi Fiatal lány
München Bartender uncredited
2006 Joy Division Thomas’ Sister
Szüzijáték Vacsoravendég
Kirándulás Juli Short film (writer and co-producer)
Egy bolond százat csinál Menyasszony
Tündérmese Rebeka Short film
2007 The Moon and the Stars Journalist
3 (történet a szerelemröl) n/a Short film
Téli mese Anita Short film
Az emigráns Banktisztviselõ
2010 Finders Keepers Woman Short film
Kolorádó Kid Egyetemista lány
Cherry. Jules Ostrovsky
The Story of F*** Receptionist uncredited
2011 A Love Affair of Sorts Enci Short film (writer)
Boxed In Sarah Short film
2012 Titans of Newark Calypso Short film
2014 The Smoke Jodie
2015 The Martian Blair
Egill: The Last Pagan Asgerd Voice
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Oksana Parulis Episode: “Parasites
2005 The Best Man Gretchen TV movie
2007 Painkiller Jane Sophia Episode: “What Lies Beneath
Robin Hood Joan Episode: “Ducking and Diving
Könyveskép Juli Episode: “Nyolclábú tükör”
2008 Luke 11:17 Mara Episode: “Be Kind Rewind”
ER Mrs. Phoenix Episode: “Age of Innocence
2010 Level 26: Dark Prophecy Tiffany Adams TV movie
2011 Silent Witness Anna Sándor Episodes:
“Bloodlines: Part 1”
“Bloodlines: Part 2”
Casino Mirtill Episodes:
“Mindenki tett”
“Pörög a kerék”
“Huszonhárom, vörös, páratlan”
Zero Valerie TV movie
Moon Maggie Moon TV movie
2012 The River Hanna Episode: “The Experiment
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Dr. Beka Kelly TV movie
2015 An American Girl: Grace Stirs Up Success Aunt Sophie TV movie
2016 Westworld Fortune Teller Episode: “Contrapasso

KELLY LANDRY

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CREDITS:

2016 TOP 6 (TV SERIES)

2009-11 20 TO 1 (DOCUMENTARY) SELF

2008-109 GETAWAY (TV SERIES) PRESENTER

2009 WIPEOUT (TV SERIES) HOST

2009 TOTAL WIPEOUT AUSTRALIA (TV SERIES) HOST

2009 AUSTRALIA UNITES: THE VICTORIAN BUSHFIRE APPEAL SLEF

2008 2008 HOLE IN THE WALL (TV SERIES) SELF

2008 THE SINGING BE (TV SERIES) CONTESTANT

2009 MILLION DOLLAR WHEEL OF FORTUNE (GAME SHOW) CO-HOST

2008 POSTCARDS (TV SERIES) SELF

2004 COXY’S BIG BREAK (TV SERIES)  REPORTER

 

KELLY RAY

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FILMOLOGY:

2008 THE MILL MADISON

2008 THE SHRIEKING THERESA

2007 KOTTENTAIL BUNNY IN PINK

2006 ZOMBIE ANONYMOUS MELINDA

2005 HUNTING SEASON  DARCY

2005 SHADOW HEARTS: FROM THE NEW ROLD (VIDEO GAME) SHANIA

2004 BLOOD RELIC (VIDEO) RACHEL

2004 A POUND OF FLESH MADELYN SHAWCROSS

2004 A SPIDER BESIDE HER (SHORT) FEMALE DJ

LUCGIRL  MARY

2004 MUNTO 2: BEYOND THE WALLS OF TIME )VIDEO) ICHIKO

2003 HAMMERBOY ANGDU

2003 MUNTO ICHIKO

2001 POEKEMON CHRONICLES (TV SERIES) MARINA

2001 ALIEN NINE (VIDEO) YURI OTANI

1999 GRAVITATION (TV SERIES) VOICE

1999 OJAMAJO DOREMI VOICE

1995YIZUNA 2 (SHORT) YUKI SAMEJIMA

1993 UNKAI NO MEIKYU ZEGAI HIMIKO

 

Luisa Ranieri

Luisa Ranieri

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Luisa Ranieri
Born (1973-12-16) 16 December 1973 (age 43)
Naples, Campania, Italy
Occupation Actress, television presenter
Years active 2001–present

Luisa Ranieri (born 16 December 1973) is an Italian actress and TV presenter.[1] She has been seen in a number of miniseries on RAI, and has appeared in numerous films, including 2004’s Eros.

Portrayal of Maria Callas in Onassis Movie[edit]

Ms. Ranieiri is best known for her television movie portrayal of the opera diva Maria Callas in the 2005 Italian television film Callas e Onassis, which began her acting career. [2] Though a number of fiction and nonfiction movies as well as documentaries have been done on the late shipping magnate billionaire Aristotle Onassis, and separately Maria Callas, the TV movie Callas e Onassis is the only television or movie depiction ever made which is exclusively devoted to the public and private deep emotional relationship and close friendship between Onassis and Callas.

Other Noteworthy Appearances[edit]

Ranieri had a noteworthy acting performance in the 2010 drama film Letters to Juliet as one of the Juliet’s secretaries, the closest of Sophie, played by Amanda Seyfried.She also played the role of Assunta Goretti (the mother of Maria Goretti) in the 2003 film Maria Goretti an Italian television movie based on real life events of Catholic virgin-martyr and Saint, Maria Goretti. In 2014, Ranieri hosted the opening and closing nights of the 71st Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy.[3]

Ele Keats

 

Ele Keats

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Born Elemy Georgescu
(1973-08-24) August 24, 1973 (age 43)
Paris, France
Occupation Actress, Model & Jewelry Designer
Years active 1986–present

Ele Keats (born August 24, 1973) is an American television, film and stage actress. Keats’s most notable roles were in the Disney musical drama film Newsies, Garry Marshall‘s Frankie and Johnny, the biographical survival drama Alive and the horror film Insidious: Chapter 3. She has also appeared in more than one hundred national TV commercials.

Acting career[edit]

Born in Paris, France, to copywriter Sacha Georgescu and Ford model Jan McGuire, Keats was raised in New York City, Europe and Los Angeles. She began her professional career as a young model, being featured in publications such as American Baby, Ladies’ Home Journal & Teen Magazine. After moving to Los Angeles she launched her acting career at fifteen, being featured in a Michael Jackson Pepsi Commercial. Quickly establishing herself as a familiar face on television, Keats has appeared in more than one hundred TV commercials, including the 1990 Levi’s jeans beach ad.[1]

Building on her newfound success, small television roles quickly followed, including the pilot for The Outsiders, produced by Francis Ford Coppola and episodes of the CBS sitcom Dear John starring Judd Hirsch.

When she was still in her teens, Keats landed a regular role on Fox‘s daily soap opera Tribes as Anny, a pregnant teen girl. Small big screen-appearances followed in The Rocketeer and Mike FiggisLiebestraum.

A rapid succession of bigger roles followed in films such as There Goes My Baby (filmed in 1990 but released in 1994 due to Orion Pictures‘ bankruptcy[2]), Garry Marshall‘s Frankie and Johnny (opposite Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer), the Disney musical Newsies (as Sarah Jacobs, love interest of Christian Bale who was her boyfriend at the time) and Frank Marshall‘s acclaimed drama Alive.

During the 1990s, Keats also landed leading and supporting role on television and independent projects such as Lipstick Camera, the L.A.-based comedy Cityscrapes: Los Angeles, Disney Channel‘s White Wolves II: Legend of the Wild, Frank LaLoggia’s thriller Mother (opposite Diane Ladd and Olympia Dukakis) and the Fox sci-fi pilot White Dwarf, again produced by Francis Ford Coppola. She also appeared in numerous popular TV series, including Diagnosis: Murder, Class of ’96, Touched by an Angel and MTV‘s Undressed.

With several of her films debuting at the Venice Film Festival and the Sundance Film Festival, Keats has moved her acting career forward during the 2000s, with roles in Steven Soderbergh‘s Eros (opposite Robert Downey Jr.), March and independent filmmaker Heidi Van Leer’s comedies Monday and American Decaf.

On television, she guest-starred in renowned series such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: NY, Cold Case and Greek and has continued to appear in numerous national TV commercials. She also starred in the stage production The Vagina Monologues in Los Angeles.

Her most recent works include Snowflake, a critically acclaimed short film shot in New York City opposite Tracy Middendorf[3] (for which she was awarded as “Best Leading Actress” at the Accolade Competition 2014, the International Independent Film Awards 2015 and the IndieFEST Film Awards 2016[4][5]) and the Blumhouse horror films Insidious: Chapter 3 and Ouija: Origin of Evil.

Jewelry design career[edit]

Apart from her job as an actress, Keats has launched her own jewelry line in 2005, Ele Keats Jewelry.[6] As a jewelry designer, Keats specializes in inspirational and birthstone designs and works only with ethical stones.[7] Her creations have been featured in several magazines, worn in many movies and TV shows and received an overwhelming response from celebrity clientele, who praise her inspirational designs as “simply stunning.” [8]

Keats counts Diane Keaton, Elizabeth Berkley, Poppy Montgomery, Carla Gugino, Jessica Biel, Laura Dern, Stefanie Scott, Cameron Diaz, and Mandy Moore among her clients.[7]

The Ele Keats Jewelry official shop was opened in 2013 in Brentwood, Los Angeles. Renamed Ele Keats Jewelry Lifestyle Experience, the shop relocated in a new, wider space in Santa Monica, California in 2016.

Personal facts[edit]

Keats is a vegan and has been practicing yoga and meditation for more than 20 years.[8] Her sister is actress Caitlin Keats.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1991 Missing Parents Melanie Short Film
Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival (Discovery Program)
1991 The Rocketeer Girl at Newsstand
1991 Liebestraum Actress on Soap Opera
1991 Frankie and Johnny Artemis
1992 Murder Without Motive: The Edmund Perry Story Lisa Television film
1992 Newsies Sarah Jacobs Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture Nomination – Young Artists Awards
1993 Alive Susana Parrado
1994 Lipstick Camera Omy Clark Video
1994 There Goes My Baby Emily
1994 Cityscrapes: Los Angeles Chloe Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
1995 Mother Audrey Video
1995 White Dwarf Princess Ariel Television Film
1995 I Shot a Man in Vegas Hippie Chick
1995 White Wolves II: Legend of the Wild Beri Television Film
1996 Race Against Time: The Search for Sarah Sarah Porter Television Film
1998 Hairshirt Slapping Girl
2000 Code Blue Samantha Smith (voice) Video Game
2001 March Jessica
2004 Eros The Woman (segment “Equilibrium”) Premiered at the Venice Film Festival
2005 The Good Humor Man Bride
2006 Monday The Girlfriend Premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival
2011 American Decaf Elie Also Associate Producer
2014 Snowflake Claire Short Film
Premiered at the Hollyshorts Film Festival
Also Executive Producer
Best Leading Actress Award – Accolade Competition, La Jolla
Best Actress Nomination – Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards
Best Actress in a Leading Role – Diamond Award – International Independent Film Awards
Best Actress in a Leading Role Award – IndieFEST Film Awards
2015 Insidious: Chapter 3 Lillith Brenner
2016 Ouija: Origin of Evil Ellie’s mom

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1990 Dear John Sandy 3 episodes
1990 The Outsiders Car Hop Episode: “Pilot”
1990 Room for Romance Episode: “Fool’s Gold”
1990 Tribes Anny Kubiak 65 episodes
1993 Class of ’96 Karen Anderson Episode: “Educating David”
1998 Diagnosis: Murder Amy Sanderson Episode: “Rain of Terror”
1998 Touched by an Angel Tracy Beringer Episode: “Perfect Little Angel”
1999 MTV’s Undressed Katie Episode: “Pilot” (unaired)
2001 CSI Crime Scene Investigation Joyce Lanier Episode: “To Halve and to Hold”
2005 Night Stalker Emily Gale Episode: “Pilot”
2006 Cold Case Helen Bradley Episode: “The Key”
2009 CSI: NY Mary McQuade Episode: “Second Chances”
2010 Greek Margie Hilgendorf Episode: “Your Friends and Neighbors”
2010 The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers Diane James Episode: “Origins”
2015 OverParenting Penny Episode: “A Lemonade Stand”
2017 The Last Ship Episode: “Nostos”