Bel Powley

Bel Powley

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Bel Powley
Born Isobel Dorothy Powley
(1992-03-07) 7 March 1992 (age 25)
Hammersmith, London, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present
Parent(s) Mark Powley

Isobel Dorothy “Bel” Powley (born 7 March 1992) is an English actress best known for playing Daisy Miller in the CBBC television series M.I. High. Powley plays the protagonist in the 2015 film The Diary of a Teenage Girl, which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

Early life[edit]

Powley was born in the Hammersmith district of London, England,[1] to British actor Mark Powley and casting director Janis Jaffa.[2] Her mother is Jewish.[3]

She attended Holland Park School.[4]

Career[edit]

From 2007 until 2008 Powley was one of the lead characters in M.I.High, starring in 23 episodes alongside Rachel Petladwala and Moustafa Chousein-Oglou. In addition to M.I.High, Bel Powley has also appeared in several other productions such as Murderland (3 episodes, 2009), Little Dorrit (2008), The Bill (2008) and The Whistleblowers (2007).

In 2013 it was announced that Powley was joining the cast of ITV series Benidorm for series six.[5]

In 2015, Powley portrayed Princess Margaret in the biographical comedy-drama A Royal Night Out alongside Emily Watson and Rupert Everett and played the lead role of Minnie Goetze in the comedy-drama The Diary of a Teenage Girl, alongside Kristen Wiig and Alexander Skarsgård, for which she received rave reviews.

On 5 August 2015, two days before the New York and L.A. premiere of the film, it was announced that she will star in the upcoming indie film Carrie Pilby, taking over the role from Hailee Steinfeld.[6]

On 5 October 2015 it was announced that Powley would star opposite Liv Tyler in the elevated horror film Wildling directed by Fritz Böhm.[7]

Stage[edit]

Powley appeared as Maggie in Tusk Tusk at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in March 2009.[8] On Broadway she was Thomasina in the 2011 revival of Arcadia at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.[9] In October 2011 she once again appeared at the Royal Court as Tilly in Jumpy,[10] a role which she returned to in the West End transfer of Jumpy at the Duke of York’s Theatre in August 2012.[11]

Personal life[edit]

In an interview in 2011, Powley said she had a spot reserved to read history at the University of Manchester.[4] Powley joined the protests against university fee rises in 2010.[12]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Side by Side Lauren Buckle
2015 The Diary of a Teenage Girl Minnie Goetze
2015 A Royal Night Out Princess Margaret
2015 Equals Rachel
2016 Detour Cherry
2016 Carrie Pilby Carrie Pilby
2017 Mary Shelley Claire Clairmont Post-production
2017 Ashes in the Snow Lina Vilkas Post-production
2017 Wildling Anna Post-production
2018 White Boy Rick Dawn Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007–08 M.I. High Daisy Millar Series 1 & 2
2008 The Bill Becky Cooper
2008 Little Dorrit Flower Girl
2009 Murderland Carrie Walsh
2009 Victoria Wood’s Mid Life Christmas Cranchesterford teenager Special
2011 The Cabin Sydney Television film
2014 Benidorm Bianca Dyke
2016 Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes Cindy
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Sandra Hüller

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Sandra Hüller

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Sandra Hüller
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Hüller in 2017
Born (1978-04-30) 30 April 1978 (age 39)
Suhl, East Germany
Nationality German
Alma mater Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts
Occupation Actress
Notable work Toni Erdmann, Requiem
Awards European Film Award
Berlin Film Festival Award
German Film Award

Sandra Hüller (born April 30, 1978) is a German actress. She gained critical praise for portrait of Anneliese Michel in Hans-Christian Schmid‘s drama Requiem and is best known internationally for her starring role in Maren Ade‘s comedy Toni Erdmann. Hüller is one of the era-defining German actresses of her generation. Besides Julia Jentsch and Nina Hoss, she is the only German actress to win either European film award or Silver Bear for Best Actress, top honors of the European Film Academy and Berlin Film Festival, respectively, in the 21st century.

Life and career[edit]

Hüller was born in Suhl, East Germany. She studied theater from 1996 to 2000 at the Hochschule Für Schauspielkunst “Ernst Busch”, Berlin. She appeared from 1998 to 2001 at the Jena Theater, Thuringia and then for one year at the Schauspiel Leipzig. It was Oliver Held who recommended her to the Theater Basel, Switzerland where she appeared until 2006.

Prior to the release of Toni Erdmann in 2016, Hüller was best known for her role as Michaela Klingler in Hans-Christian Schmid‘s film Requiem, for which she won the Berlin Film Festival Award for Best Actress in 2006.[1] In 2014, she won the German Film Award for best supporting actress for her portrayal of Franziska Feldenhoven in Frauke Finsterwalder‘s film Finsterworld.

Filmography[edit]

Television

Awards[edit]

SAMANTHA KLEIN

 

 

 

FILMOLOGY:

2017 GAME SHAKERS (TV SERIES) WENDRA

2017 GAMER’S GUIDE TO PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING (TV SERIES) SPENCER’S MOM

2015 STEP 13 (SHORT)

2015 MASTERS OF SEX (TV SERIES) EUNICE

2014 YOU’RE THE WORST (TV SERIES) FEMALE GUEST

2012 LOVE, SEX AND MISSED CONNECTIONS CASSANDRA

2010 MODERN FAMILY (TV SERIES) DEB

2008 NCIS (TV SERIES) NURSE

2008 BOSTON LEGAL (TV SERIES) JODI BECKHAM

2006 GRACE (SHORT) SKINNY CLERK

2005-06 VERONICA MARS (TV SERIES) MICHELE THOMPSON

2006 CROSSING JORDAN (TV SERIES) KARA KIRKWOOD

2005 STATES OF GRACE SISTER HERSHEY

2005 GILMORE GIRLS (TV SERIES) GIRL #2

2004 RESIDENT DEMON (VIDEO) MAGGIE

2004 AMERICA’S MOST WANTED: AMERICA FIGHTS BACK (TV DOCUMENTARY) BETTY WINDSOR

2003 FINAL JUSTICE WITH ERIN BROCKOVICH (TV DOCUMENTARY)

2001 FLIPPED (TV SERIES) FEMALE BULLY

 

 

Natalie Lisinska

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Natalie Lisinska

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Natalie Lisinska
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Lisinska in 2007
Born (1982-01-11) 11 January 1982 (age 35)[1]
Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Occupation TV, film actress
Years active 2005–present

Natalie Lisinska (born 11 January 1982)[1] is a BritishCanadian actress.

Lisinska was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England and grew up on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, attending St. Michaels University School. She studied drama at Ryerson University Theatre School.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Rebirth Barbie Short film
2007 Young People Fucking Inez
2009 Rude Awakening Lisa Short film
2009 Love Your Enemy Dora Short film
2009 Chloe Eliza
2010 Spring Short film
2010 Translator, TheThe Translator Penny Short film
2011 Snitch
2012 Total Recall Bohemian Nurse

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Kevin Hill Claire Episode: “The Monroe Doctrine”
2005 Office Temps, TheThe Office Temps TV series
2006 At the Hotel Jenny (6 episodes)
2006 Above and Beyond Miss Bogston TV miniseries
2006 House Next Door, TheThe House Next Door Eloise TV film
2007 Dresden Files, TheThe Dresden Files Laura TV miniseries
2007 ‘Til Death Do Us Part Stacey Episode: “Car Keys Murder”
2007 Degrassi: The Next Generation Andrea Episode: “Love Is a Battlefield”
2008 Degrassi: The Next Generation Andrea Episode: “Pass the Dutchie”
2008 Life with Derek Terry Episode: “Just Friends”
2009 B Team, TheThe B Team Alex Taylor TV film
2009 My Neighbor’s Secret Gretchen TV film
2010 Fairfield Road Hailey Caldwell TV film
2010 Flashpoint Rachel Williams Episode: “Acceptable Risk”
2010 Lost Girl Collette Episode: “The Mourning After”
2011 Reel Love Debbie Manfredi TV film
2011 InSecurity[2] Alex Cranston Main role (23 episodes)
2012 Less Than Kind Karen Episode: “Fugue State”
2012 Saving Hope Pamela Episode: “Pink Clouds”
2012 Baby’s First Christmas Trisha TV film
2013-14, 2017 Orphan Black Aynsley Norris Recurring role (Season 1-2, 5) (7 episodes)Best Performance in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series, 2nd Canadian Screen Awards[3]
2013 Satisfaction Shannon Episode: “The Internship, Relationship, Friendship”
2017 Mommy’s Little Boy Sherry Davis TV film

JEN YEAGER

 

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FILMOLOGY:

SHAZAM AND THE LOST PATH PRINCESS I.M. KETCHUM

THE GENTLEMEN BRITTANY WILLIAMS

PEACEFUL SLEEP  JEN

HERE AND NOPW THEREAFTER SARAH DAY

THE GLASS CIRCLE ROXY

THE JOKESTERS GABRIELLE

CRIMINAL laREINA

JENNIFER YEAGER

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FILMOLOGY:

2013 TRUE CRIME WITH APHRODITE JONES (TV SERIES) LOIS LOCKER

2012 SPIRIT HUNTERS – THE SERIES (MINI SERIES) MARIE DAVIS

2001 DEADLINE (TV SERIES) FASHION EDITOR

1998 WITNESS TO THE MOB MARIA DE MAGGIO

Sandra Luesse

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Sandra Luesse

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Sandra Luesse
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Born Sandra Carolina Luesse
(1982-06-16) June 16, 1982 (age 35)
West Berlin
Occupation Actress, disc jockey
Years active 2007–present

Sandra Carolina Luesse (born June 16, 1982) is an American actress with a Peruvian and German background. Luesse got her start in 2007 when she was cast as the lead girl in the Latin Rock sensation, MANA, Manda una Señal music video which shot to #1 position of the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart.

Early life[edit]

Luesse was born in West Berlin, to her German father Dr. Karl-Heinz Luesse and to her Peruvian mother Lucilla Carolina Escudero. Luesse moved to the United States when she was 7 years old. Her first stop was Atlanta followed by Chicago and then San Diego. In 2006, Luesse moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. Then made her way to commercials and eventually TV and film.

Career[edit]

Luesse got her start in 2007 when she was cast as the lead girl in the Latin Rock sensation, Maná, Manda una Señal music video which shot to #1 position of the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart. Shortly after she landed the role of Lisa in Co-Ed Confidential, the series remake of National Lampoon’s Animal House. In 2011, Luesse won best female breakthrough action star for her role as Gina Cassidy in Cartel War.[1] You can also see Luesse acting alongside Jon Voight and Dermot Mulroney in the supernatural thriller, Beyond. Luesse has guest starred on The Young and the Restless[2] and co-starred opposite Tony Shalhoub and Steve Zhan on Monk.[3] She can also be seen on “Friends with Benefits” [4] and “Jimmy Kimmel”.[5]

Luesse is also recognized as an international DJ where she has spun for brands around the world including Le Diner en Blanc, Nikki Beach, French Tuesdays, House of Blues, Soho House, and many high-profile events including her residency at 1912 inside the acclaimed Beverly Hills Hotel. While DJing at a Grammy Entertainment basketball league, Luesse was offered her own 13 episode show called “The Lady Splash Show’[6] on TradioV. Soon after, she became a co-host for Epic EDM and Techno Buffalo.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2001 American Pie 2 Girl At Party (uncredited)
2007 Manda Una Senal” Lead Girl
2006 Final Move Officer Minster
2009 The Carpenter: Part 1 – And So They Die Alyssa
2009 Thanks for Dying Amanda Gallo
2010 Disrupt/Dismantle – a.k.a. Cartel War Gina Cassidy
2010 Drop Dead Gorgeous Mary Kessler – Narrator
2012 Beyond Manda Lee
2013 Hot Tub Diaries Dj
2014 Tice Jessica
2014 Hollywood it! Julia
2015 The Jokesters Zoe
2015 The Slice Maria
2015 Ruta Madre Cherrie
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Jimmy Kimmel Live! Kate
2007 Wild ‘n Out Herself Wild ‘n Out Girl
“Ne-Yo” (season 4: episode 2)
“Lloyd” (season 4: episode 3)
2007–2008 Co-Ed Confidential Lisa 13 episodes
2009 Monk Waitress “Mr. Monk’s Other Brother” (season 7: episode 10)
2011 The Young and the Restless Sexy Woman 1 episode
2011 Friends with Benefits Officer Trish “The Benefit of the Right Track” (season 1: episode 5)
2014 East Los High Officer Valdez

Alex Datcher

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Alex Datcher

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Alex Datcher
Born Cynthia Alex Datcher
(1962-06-02) June 2, 1962 (age 55)
Chicago, Illinois
Occupation Actress

Cynthia Alex Datcher (born June 6, 1962) sometimes credited as Alex Datcher, is an American actress. She has made many guest appearances on sitcoms and TV dramas; she also has numerous supporting roles in many movies. She has been acting since 1990. Datcher made her first television appearance in an episode of Beauty and the Beast alongside Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton. She made her film début two years later in action drama Rage and Honor, co-starring Brian Thompson and Tim DeZarn. Later in 1992, she had the female lead in the thriller Passenger 57 opposite Wesley Snipes.

Following an appearance on Star Trek: The Next Generation, she had guest spots on such television shows as Sliders, The Pretender, Brimstone, The Steve Harvey Show and Any Day Now. Additionally, she was a regular on the UPN series Goode Behavior, which ran during the 1996-97 season; and had a recurring role on the short-lived 18 Wheels of Justice. She also appeared in the films Jury Duty (1995) and Scorcher (2002), among others.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
2006 Night Stalker Timeless TV episode
2005 Checking Out Raphaella
2003 The Tracy Morgan Show Teacher (1 episode) Pilot TV episode
2002 Scorcher (2002/I) Janet Hill
2002 Any Day Now Boys Will Be Boys TV episode – Ernestine
2000 18 Wheels of Justice …. Special Agent Debra Cutler (4 episodes, 2000)
– Revelation TV episode …. Special Agent Debra Cutler
– Caged TV episode …. Special Agent Debra Cutler
– Wages of Sin TV episode …. Special Agent Debra Cutler
– Ranger’s Chance TV episode …. Special Agent Debra Cutler
2000 Grown Ups Sons & Lovers – TV episode – Teri
2000 Up, Up and Away (TV) Judy Marshall/Warrior Woman
1999 The Steve Harvey Show My Two Big Daddies TV episode – Donna
1998 Brimstone Encore TV episode …. Dr. Laura Miller
1997 Pacific Blue Heartbeat TV episode – Alexa Cholak
1997 The Pretender Past Sim TV episode – Jessica Kline
1997 Pressure Point Prosecutor
1996 Last Exit to Earth (TV) Heir Apparent aka Roger Corman Presents ‘Last Exit to Earth’
1996 Goode Behavior TV series Barbara Goode (unknown episodes)
1995 Sister, Sister Weird Science (1995) TV episode – Paula
1995 Martin Martin in the Corner Pocket TV episode – Vanessa
1995 The Expert Dr. Alice Barnes
1995 Sliders Luck of the Draw TV episode – Julianne Murphy
1995 Jury Duty Sarah
1995 Diagnosis Murder Playing for Keeps TV episode – Peggy McKenna
1995 The Watcher Heartburned TV episode
1994 In the Heat of the Night The Last Round TV episode – Angela Dolphy
1994 The Sinbad Show aka Sinbad (UK) Can We Talk? TV episode Sandra, Talk Show Producer
1993 Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper Baby Love TV episode – Mark’s Girlfriend Marissa
1993 Star Trek: The Next Generation … aka Star Trek: TNG (USA: promotional abbreviation) Descent“: Part 2 TV episode …. Ensign Zandra Taitt
1993 Body Bags (TV) …. Anne (segment “The Gas Station”)… aka John Carpenter Presents Body Bags … aka John Carpenter Presents Mind Games (USA: cable TV title)
1993 Perry Mason: The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host (TV) Cathy Paxton
1993 Street Justice Lynn Kirkwood – Hello… Again TV episode
1992 Street Justice Lynn Kirkwood – Partner in Crime TV episode
1992 Netherworld Mary Magdalene
1992 Passenger 57 Marti Slayton
1992 Inside Out III (V) Annie (segment “The Wet Dream”)
1992 Rage and Honor Hannah the Hun
1990 Beauty and the Beast Invictus TV episode – Andrea

Beth Littleford

Beth Littleford

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Beth Littleford
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Born Elizabeth Anna Halcyon Littleford
(1968-07-17) July 17, 1968 (age 48)
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress, comedian, television personality
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Rob Fox (1998-2015; divorced)
Children 2

Elizabeth Anna Halcyon “Beth” Littleford[1] (born July 17, 1968) is an American actress, comedian, and television personality. She is perhaps best known for being one of the original correspondents on the popular Comedy Central satirical news series The Daily Show from 1996 to 2000; she is also known as Tripp’s mother Beth Campbell from I’m in the Band and Avery’s mother, Ellen Jennings in Dog with a Blog.

Personal life[edit]

Littleford was born in Nashville, Tennessee, the daughter of Jackie, a professor, and Philip O. Littleford, a cardiologist, and inventor. She grew up in Winter Park, Florida.[1] She lives in Los Angeles, California with one son, Jackson Oliver Fox (born on July 30, 2005) and an adopted daughter, Halcyon ‘Hallie’ Juna, (born on March 23, 2012).[2]

Career[edit]

Littleford guest-starred on numerous television programs during the late 1990s and 2000s such as Spin City (where she had a multi-year occasional role), The West Wing, Family Guy, and Frasier. Littleford was also a celebrity commentator on VH1‘s I Love the 80s Strikes Back in 2003, I Love the 90s in 2004, I Love the 90s: Part Deux in 2005, I Love the New Millennium and The Great Debate in 2009. She was the female lead on the short-lived Fox series Method and Red, and also starred as Ben Tennyson‘s mother Sandra in Ben 10: Race Against Time, and reprised the role in the Ben 10: Alien Force episode 20 and again in Ben 10: Ultimate Alien. More recently, Littleford appeared in TV commercials for Laughing Cow cheese and a hotel chain. She starred in the Disney XD original show I’m in the Band, the 2010 Disney channel movie Starstruck, and played Suzanne Berger on MTV‘s The Hard Times of RJ Berger, Dana on ABC‘s Desperate Housewives, and the realtor on The Fosters. She also plays the Cascade Kitchen Counselor on the TV commercials (2012). She had a starring role in the Disney Channel original series Dog with a Blog.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 A Cool, Dry Place Suzanne
1999 The 24 Hour Woman Lynn Shapiro
Picture This Patty
Mystery, Alaska Janice Pettiboe
2002 Unconditional Love Morning Chicago TV Host TV Movie
2003 The Big Wide World of Carl Laemke Laurie Laemke
2005 Saddam 17 The receptionist
2007 Ben 10: Race Against Time Sandra Tennyson TV Movie
2008 Drillbit Taylor Barbara
Happy Campers Lexy
2009 Veiled Marie
Take 2 Amy Main Role
2010 Starstruck Barbara Olson
2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love Claire Riley
2012 Music High Kyle
Kidnap Party Alison Slater Supporting Role
2013 Movie 43 Mrs. Cutler Segment “The Thread”
It’s Not You, It’s Me Sandy
2016 Unwanted Guest Anna TV movie

Television (selected)[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996-2000 The Daily Show Correspondent Beth Littleford 151 episodes
1998-2000 Spin City Deirdre 8 episodes
2007 Kim Possible Various voices Episode: “Fashion Victim
2007-2015 Phineas and Ferb Various voices
2007 Ben 10: Race Against Time Sandra Tennyson TV-Movie
2008- Ben 10: Alien Force
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
Ben 10: Omniverse
Sandra Tennyson
Isosceles Right Triangle Vreedle
2009–2010 Rules of Engagement Laura 3 episodes
2010–2011 I’m in the Band Beth Campbell Recurring Role; 9 episodes
The Hard Times of RJ Berger Suzanne Berger
Desperate Housewives Dana 2 episodes
CSI Miami Elena Manus
2011 Melissa & Joey Aidan’s mom
2012–2015 Dog with a Blog Ellen Jennings-James Main Role; 69 episodes
2016 The Fosters Realtor 2 episodes
2017 2 Broke Girls Bonnie the casting director Guest Star 1 episode And The Stalking Dead

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FILM

ANT-MAN EMILY MARVEL STUDIOS
INSURGENT Amity Teacher LIONSGATE
The Jokesters Heather Dir. AJ Wedding
Spirit Town Trixie Dir. Jacob Pinger
Bump (Short) Claire Dir. Shayda Frost
Whelm (Short) Woman Dir. Bria Little
The Hawk (Short) Evelyn Dir. John Berardo
The Morning After Pill (Short) Samantha Dir. Jeff Bourg

TELEVISION

Couple of the Year Tara Good Clean Fun / 3Arts
Stunted Emily NBC Pilot
Saint George Dawn FX
Workaholics Laura Comedy Central

COMEDY/SKETCH

Real Life (Weberies) Receptionist Dir. Elliot Schwartz
Monster Girls (Pilot) Bunny Dir. Matt Soson
Rock The Bells Concert Host Radio FM Power 106
My Wife is a Demon (Webseries) Debbie Dir. Spider One
Gollum vs Smeagol Rap Battle (Viral) Sexy Elf Extremely Decent
Mansome (Yahoo! Webseries) Marsha (Ep. 41) Warrior Poets
When Sally Met Harry Sally Extremely Decent
Douche Date Lizzie Olde Payphone
CompetiBitch (FunnyorDie) Lucy Olde Payphone
Vagine Cuisine (FunnyorDie) Ramona Olde Payphone
Marlo’s Pizza Factory Wife Extremely Decent
Adults in Nature (Pilot) Amanda Dir. Spider One
Canadian Mugging Wife Extremely Decent
Cheesy Chucks Secretary Dir. Steven Wilson
Lemons (Pilot) Amy Dir. Kasey Chakos

THEATER

A Silver Lining Shae A Working Theatre
LA Deli Lead Lee Strasberg Institute
Leading Ladies Audrey International City Theatre
Macbeth Ross Illyrian Players Theatre Co.
Elektra Elektra – Lead The Little Theater – UCLA
Gross Sales Melina – Lead New Play Festival – UCLA
Pirates of Penzance Daughter – Ensemble WWCA
Cinderella Cinderella – Lead Peninsula High School
Hello, Dolly! Dolly Levi – Lead Peninsula High School

IMPROV

Radcliffe Improv Team Groundlings, iO West
The Groundlings School of Comedy Drew Droege/Holly Mandel Advanced Level
The Groundlings School of Comedy Ian Gary Intermediate Level
The Groundlings School of Comedy Karen Maruyama Basic Level
Upright Citizens Brigade Levels 101, 201, 301, 401 Improv Comedy
The Happy Accidents Improv Team UCB, Harold Format