Zazie Beetz

Zazie Beetz

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Zazie Beetz
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Beetz at the 2017 Peabody Awards
Born 1991 (age 25–26)
Berlin, Germany
Occupation Actress
Years active 2013–present

Zazie Beetz (born 1991[1]) is a German-born, American actress best known for the role of Vanessa on Atlanta.[2] In 2016, she also appeared in the Netflix anthology series Easy.[3] Beetz has been cast as the Marvel Comics character Domino in the Deadpool sequel.

Personal life[edit]

Beetz was born in Germany; her German father is a cabinetmaker, and her mother is an African-American social worker.[4] Performing in community theaters and local stages since childhood, Zazie found her joy in grade school and grew up acting as a girl. Zazie was raised between Washington Heights and Berlin, speaking both German and English with her family at home. She received training from Muscota New School, the Harlem School of the Arts and LaGuardia Arts Highschool, and Skidmore College.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 The Crocotta The Crocotta Short
2014 Beasts Ally Short
2015 Applesauce Rain
2015 Double Bind Baily Short
2016 Atlanta Vanessa “Van” 6 episodes
2016 Margot vs. Lily Allie TV miniseries
2016 Wolves Victoria
2016 Finding Her Keysha
2016 MBFF: Man’s Best Friend Forever Ivana Short
2016 Easy Noelle 2 episodes
2018 Deadpool 2 Neena Thurman / Domino Filming
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Sophia Thomalla

Sophia Thomalla

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Sophia Thomalla


Sophia Thomalla was born on 06.10.1989 in Berlin. She is the daughter of a well-known actress Simone Thomalla and André Vetters. Sophia is in a relationship with Till Lindemann, Rammstein frontman. In 2010, she was ranked as ‘FHM’ magazine’s third Sexiest Women. In 2012 she made a photos for the German Playboy. Sophia’s favourite hobby is kickboxing.

Filmografie 

 2015 Neo Magazin (TV Series)
Sidekick

Reus aus den Schulden (2015) … Sidekick
 2015 Da muss Mann durch
Audrey
 2014 Schmidt – Chaos auf Rezept (TV Series)
Mandy

High Escort für alle! (2014) … Mandy
 2010-2013 Mountain Medic (TV Series)
Nicole Schneider

Allein (2013) … Nicole Schneider
Schattenkind (2013) … Nicole Schneider
Lügen und Wahrheiten (2013) … Nicole Schneider
Keine Zukunft (2013) … Nicole Schneider
Verantwortung (2013) … Nicole Schneider
 2013/VIII The Key (Short)
 2013 Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei (TV Series)
Elena Kovic

Alleingang (2013) … Elena Kovic
 2012 Einfach Magisch (TV Movie)
Assistant
 2012 Küstenwache (TV Series)

Auge um Auge (2012)
 2011 Die Trixxer (TV Movie)
Anna
 2011 The Berlin Project
Directors Wife / Opera singer
 2011 The Last Cop (TV Series)
Sonia von Baranki

Mord auf Seite 1 (2011) … Sonia von Baranki
 2011 Countdown – Die Jagd beginnt (TV Series)
Carmen Fiedler

Vom Himmel gefallen (2011) … Carmen Fiedler
 2009-2010 Eine wie Keine (TV Series)
Chris Putzer

Episode #1.212 (2010) … Chris Putzer
Verletzter Stolz (2010) … Chris Putzer
Episode #1.11 (2009) … Chris Putzer
 2010 Hanni & Nanni
Silke
 2010 SOKO Wismar (TV Series)
Laura Tarnat

Spieglein, Spieglein (2010) … Laura Tarnat
 2009 Mein Flaschengeist und ich (TV Movie)
Dunkelhaariges Mädchen in Kutsche
 2009 Zeit der Entscheidung – Die Soap Deiner Wahl (TV Series)
Uschi Schuster

Episode #1.1 (2009) … Uschi Schuster
 2006-2009 Commissario Laurenti (TV Series)
Livia Laurenti

Totentanz (2009) … Livia Laurenti
Der Tod wirft lange Schatten (2008) … Livia Laurenti
Tod auf der Warteliste (2007) … Livia Laurenti
Gib jedem seinen eigenen Tod (2006) … Livia Laurenti
Die Toten vom Karst (2006) … Livia Laurenti
 2008 Our Charly (TV Series)
Helena Schön

Mit allen Tricks (2008) … Helena Schön

LARA PULVER

Filmography

Actress (19 credits)
 2016-2017 Quantico (TV Series)
Charlotte

EPICSHELTER (2017) … Charlotte
ODENVY (2016) … Charlotte
 2015 A Patch of Fog
Lucy
 2015 Esper 2 (Video Game)
Anna (voice)
 2014 Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series (Video Game)
Lady Elissa Forrester (voice)
 2014 Edge of Tomorrow
Karen Lord
 2014 Fleming (TV Mini-Series)
Ann O’Neill

 2012-2014 Sherlock (TV Series)
Irene Adler

 2013 Skins (TV Series)
Victoria

Fire: Part 2 (2013) … Victoria
Fire: Part 1 (2013) … Victoria
 2012 Coming Up (TV Series)
Annette

Camouflage (2012) … Annette
 2011 MI-5 (TV Series)
Erin Watts

Episode #10.6 (2011) … Erin Watts
Episode #10.5 (2011) … Erin Watts
Episode #10.4 (2011) … Erin Watts
Episode #10.3 (2011) … Erin Watts
Episode #10.2 (2011) … Erin Watts
 2010 The Special Relationship (TV Movie)
Intern
 2010/I Legacy: Black Ops
Diane Shaw

Carrie Crowley

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Carrie Crowley

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Carrie Crowley
Born (1964-05-23) 23 May 1964 (age 53)
Waterford, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Occupation Television presenter, actress
Known for Appearing in The Morbegs,
presenting Eurovision Song Contest 1997,
being a gay icon
Parent(s) Nodhlaig and Con

Carrie Crowley (born 23 May 1964 in Waterford) is an Irish actress, Gaeilgeoir and former radio and television presenter. She has been described both as a “gay icon” and “RTÉ’s Miriam O’Callaghan for the late 1990s”.[1][2] She appeared on television shows such as The Morbegs and Echo Island for Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ). She also had her own chat show, Limelight, and co-presented Eurovision Song Contest 1997 with Ronan Keating. More recently she has had acting roles in shows such as The Clinic, School Run and An Crisis. She currently appears as the character Jackie Ferguson in the RTÉ soap opera Fair City.

Early life[edit]

Crowley was born and raised in Waterford, Ireland. Her mother Nodhlaig (originally from The Rosses, County Donegal) was a teacher and her father Con (originally from Cork) was a garda, while she also has one sister, Bríd.[1] She first went on stage in a local production of Oliver!.

Broadcasting career[edit]

Before she began a career in television, Crowley was a primary school teacher. She first started in RTÉ on the children’s TV show The Morbegs starring as the character Liodain.

Crowley began her broadcasting career on local radio in her home city of Waterford on WLR FM and presented several different shows between 1991 and 1996 before moving to RTÉ.[3] She started out in children’s programming, co-presenting the Irish language versions of Echo Island with comedian Dara Ó Briain, and starring in the pre-school series The Morbegs as the character Liodain.

In 1997, Crowley was offered the role as presenter of the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 (hosted by RTÉ) with Ronan Keating. She appeared in the Eurovision Song Contest again in 1998 before it began, speaking to Terry Wogan and wishing him and Ulrika Jonsson well before they started presenting the show.[3]

After presenting the Eurovision, Crowley became one of the biggest stars on RTÉ in the 1990s. According to her this was a major problem at the time, she was working on several shows on RTÉ. She presented Potluck Mondays to Fridays at 5:30, on a Thursday night she had her own health show called Pulse and on Sundays she had her own prime-time chat show called Limelight.[3] Limelight ran for two seasons.[2] A female industry commentator later said: “Carrie was seen as the kind of safe bet that RTÉ management always go for a nice girl up from the country who wouldn’t offend anyone. They’re still doing it to their female presenters, making them look mumsy and safe, sending them out in awful concoctions.”[2]

She later left television presenting to return to radio presenting, co-presenting Fandango with Ray D’Arcy on RTÉ Radio 1. She appeared on RTÉ Radio 1 every Sunday night.

Crowley has since distanced herself from her RTÉ career, describing herself as an “accidental tourist” at the station.[2]

Acting career[edit]

In 2008 she appeared in the TG4 drama The Running Mate and TV3‘s School Run in 2009. She appeared in The Clinic also in 2009. She has starred in Irish language short films including An Gaeilgeoir Nocht and has appeared in an episode of the Irish language television series An Crisis. She is currently working on a new drama series for TG4 called Anseo. In 2010 she teamed up with actors, Sorcha Fox, Jamie Carswell, writer/director Dónal O’Kelly and Kíla to work on a play called The Adventures of the Wet Senor. In October 2014 she appeared as a cast member in Fair City.[4]

Filmography

Actress (19 credits)
  The Red Villa (Short) (post-production)
Lady Pritchard
 2017 Acceptable Risk (TV Series)
TV Newsreader

Episode #1.6 (2017) … TV Newsreader
Episode #1.2 (2017) … TV Newsreader
 2014-2017 Fair City (TV Series)
Jackie Ferguson

Episode #28.111 (2017) … Jackie Ferguson
Episode #28.110 (2017) … Jackie Ferguson
Episode #28.109 (2017) … Jackie Ferguson
Episode #28.108 (2017) … Jackie Ferguson
Episode #28.99 (2017) … Jackie Ferguson
 2016/II Adulting (Short)
 2014 Waterway (Short) (voice)
 2013-2014 Vikings (TV Series)
Elisef / Ellisef

The Choice (2014) … Elisef
Answers in Blood (2014) … Elisef
Brother’s War (2014) … Elisef
Trial (2013) … Ellisef
Dispossessed (2013) … Ellisef
 2013/I Stay
Marge Meehan
 2013/I How to Be Happy
Barbara
 2012 13 Steps Down (TV Series)
Hazel Akwaa

Episode #1.2 (2012) … Hazel Akwaa
Episode #1.1 (2012) … Hazel Akwaa
 2012 Earthbound
Vera Ellis
 2010 An Crisis (TV Series)
Paidrigin McGuire

Episode #1.5 (2010) … Paidrigin McGuire
 2010 The Ottoman Empire (Short)
Dr. Walsh
 2009 The Clinic (TV Series)
Melanie

Episode #7.3 (2009) … Melanie
Episode #7.2 (2009) … Melanie
Episode #7.1 (2009) … Melanie
 2008 School Run (TV Series)
Jilly Tyne Thompson

Episode #1.2 (2008) … Jilly Tyne Thompson
Episode #1.1 (2008) … Jilly Tyne Thompson
 2008 Striapacha (TV Series)
Narrator

The Pleasure Chest (2008) … Narrator
Poor, Unfortunate Girl (2008) … Narrator
Enlightened Vice (2008) … Narrator
 2007 The Running Mate (TV Mini-Series)
Bronagh Flynn

Episode #1.4 (2007) … Bronagh Flynn
Episode #1.3 (2007) … Bronagh Flynn
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Bronagh Flynn
Episode #1.1 (2007) … Bronagh Flynn
 2007 Anner House (TV Movie)
Frances Barry
 2006 An Gaeilgeoir Nocht
Aedaoin

Elinor Crawley

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Born (1991-11-08) 8 November 1991 (age 25)[1]
Cardiff, Wales[2]
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present

Elinor Crawley (born 8 November 1991) is a Welsh actress. She is best known for her role as Thyri in the television series Vikings and for portraying Cecily of York in The White Queen.

Early life and education[edit]

Crawley was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was nine years old.[3] She attended Whitchurch High School[4] and trained at The Workshop, a film and television performance training project that is based in Cardiff.[5]

Personal life[edit]

She is a supporter of the charity Diabetes UK.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Submarine Abby Smuts
2014 The Tap Tap Lady Jennifer Short film
2015 Bridgend Laurel
2016 The Thunderers Mari Filming
Victrix Viviane (Lady of the Lake)

 

Pre-production
 2017 Burgundy (Short)
Sophie

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 The Sarah Jane Adventures ‘Bubbleshock’ advert girl Episode: Invasion of the Bane
2011 Young Dracula School Girl
Tati’s Hotel Dizzee
Ideal Jess
2012 Doctors Millie Bowman Episode: The Cat’s Meow
World Without End Joan
2013 The White Queen Cecily of York
2013–15 Vikings Thyri Recurring in series 1, guest in series 3
2014 Law & Order: UK Abby Glendon Episode: Hard Stop
2015 Ordinary Lies Sarah-Jane

Elena Anaya

Elena Anaya

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Anaya at the 2015 Miami International Film Festival presentation of Todos están muertos
Born Elena Anaya Gutiérrez
(1975-07-17) July 17, 1975 (age 42)
Palencia, Spain
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–present
Partner(s) Tina Afugu Cordero
Children 1

Elena Anaya Gutiérrez (born July 17, 1975) is a Spanish actress whose career dates back to 1995. She starred alongside Antonio Banderas in Pedro Almodóvar‘s The Skin I Live In.[1] She is also known for her roles in Habitación en Roma (Room in Rome) and Wonder Woman.

Early life[edit]

Anaya was born in Palencia, Castilla y León, Spain.[1] She is the youngest of three children. Her mother, Elena (Nena), is a housewife who later owned a boarding house in Palencia. Her father, Juan José Anaya Gómez (1934–2011), was an industrial engineer.[2]

Career[edit]

Anaya first received international attention in 2001 for her role in the sexually explicit drama Sex and Lucía.[3] She also had a small part in Almodóvar’s Talk to Her.[4]

Her best-known Hollywood film role was as one of Dracula’s brides in 2004’s Van Helsing. That same year, Anaya was named as one of European films’ Shooting Stars by European Film Promotion.

In 2006, Anaya appeared in Justin Timberlake‘s music video for his single, SexyBack.[5]

Anaya at the 2010 Malaga Film Festival

After some “quiet” years playing supporting roles in international films such as Savage Grace and Cairo Time, Anaya roared back into prominence with a starring role in 2010’s Room in Rome, and then a return to Almodóvar in The Skin I Live In.

In 2017, Anaya appeared as Doctor Poison in Wonder Woman.[6]

Personal life[edit]

In August 2011, Spanish tabloid magazine Cuore published photographs of Anaya kissing director Beatriz Sanchís at a naturist beach in Menorca.[7][8] They were reportedly in a relationship from 2008 to 2013.[9][10] In November 2016, it was announced that Anaya was expecting her first child with her partner, Tina Afugu Cordero, a costume designer.[11][12][13] In February 2017, Anaya gave birth to their son.[14]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
2017 The Summit
Wonder Woman Isabel Maru / Doctor Poison
2016 Zipi y Zape y la Isla del Capitán Miss Pam
The Infiltrator Gloria Alcaino
2015 Lejos del mar Marina
La memoria del agua Amanda
Swung Alice
2014 Todos están muertos Lupe
2013 Pensé que iba a haber fiesta Ana
2012 Sons of the Clouds: The Last Colony Narrator
2011 The Skin I Live In Vera Cruz
2010 Room in Rome Alba
Point Blank Nadia Pierret
2009 Hierro María
Cairo Time Kathryn
2008 Sólo quiero caminar Ana Rodríguez
Mesrine: L’Instinct De Mort Sofia
2007 Savage Grace Blanca
Miguel & William Leonor
In the Land of Women Sofia Buñuel
2006 Alatriste Angélica de Alquézar
Stage Kiss Natalia
2005 Fragile Helen Perez
Dead Fish Mimi
2004 Van Helsing Aleera
Ana y Manuel Ana
2003 Dos tipos duros Tatiana
2002 Sin noticias de Dios Pili
La habitación azul Ana
Rencor Esther
Hable con ella Ángela
2001 Lucía y el sexo Belén
2000 El árbol del penitente Sonsoles
El invierno de las anjanas Adelaida
1999 Las huellas borradas Rosa
1998 Finisterre, donde termina el mundo Laura
Lágrimas negras Alicia
1997 Grandes ocasiones Susy
Familia Luna
1996 África África

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Group Film Result
2001 Goya Awards Best Supporting Actress Lucía y el sexo Nominated
Spanish Actors Union Film: Supporting Performance Lucía y el sexo Won
2005 Barcelona Film Awards Best Actress Fragile Nominated
2009 Sitges Film Festival Best Actress Hierro Won
2010 Goya Awards Best Actress Room in Rome Nominated
2011 Goya Awards Best Actress The Skin I Live In Won
2014 Goya Awards Best Actress Todos están muertos Nominated
2015 Premios Platino Best Actress La memoria del agua Nominated

Filmography

 Show Actress (44 credits)
 2017 The Summit
Claudia Klein
 2016 The Infiltrator
Gloria Alcaino
 2015 Far from the Sea
Marina
 2015 The Memory of Water
Amanda
 2015 Swung
Alice
 2014 They Are All Dead
Lupe
 2010 Point Blank
Nadia Pierret
 2009 Cairo Time
Kathryn
 2009 Hierro
María
 2009/II 9 (Short)
 2008 Walking Vengeance
Ana Rodríguez
 2007 Savage Grace
Blanca
 2007 Miguel and William
Leonor
 2006 Justin Timberlake: Sexyback (Video short)
 2005 Fragile
Helen Perez
 2004 Ana y Manuel (Short)
Ana
 2003 Petits mythes urbains (TV Series)
Nurse #1

Mort sans ordonnance … Nurse #1 (as Elena Anaya Gutierrez)
 2003 Dos tipos duros
Tatiana
 2002 The Blue Room
Ana
 2002 Rancour
Esther
 2002 Talk to Her
Ángela
 2000 El árbol del penitente
Sonsoles
 1998 Black Tears
Alicia
 1998 Grandes ocasiones
Susy
 1997 ¿De qué se ríen las mujeres?
Catalina Bayarri
 1996 Familia
Luna
 1996 África
África
 1995 Adiós Naboelk (Short)
Amiga

Kaitlyn Dever

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Kaitlyn Dever

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Kaitlyn Dever
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Born (1996-12-21) December 21, 1996 (age 20)
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2009–present
Known for Gwen Thompson in An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong
Loretta McCready in Justified
Eve Baxter in Last Man Standing
Jayden in Short Term 12
Parent(s) Kathy Dever
Tim Dever

Kaitlyn Dever (/ˈdvɜːr/; born December 21, 1996)[1][2] is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Gwen Thompson in the American Girl film entitled An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong, Loretta McCready in Justified, Eve Baxter in Last Man Standing, and Jayden in Short Term 12.

Early life and career[edit]

Dever was born in Phoenix, Arizona, to Kathy and Tim Dever.[1][3] At the age of five, she began her interest in the performing arts with her parents sending her to an acting school. She also participated in gymnastics, ballet and skating, until she focused on acting. Her family then moved to Dallas, Texas, where she enrolled at the Dallas Young Actors Studio in a month-long acting program. Honing her acting skills at the studio, she booked a number of commercials, before moving to Los Angeles.[1]

Dever’s first notable acting role was in the American Girl film An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong (2009) as Gwen Thompson, a bullied homeless girl. In 2011, she was cast in a recurring role as Loretta McCready in the FX series Justified during the show’s second season. That same year she was cast as a series regular in the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing starring Tim Allen.[4]

Dever’s other television credits include Make It or Break It, Modern Family, Private Practice, Party Down, The Mentalist, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Her 2011 film credits include Cinema Verite, Bad Teacher, and the Clint Eastwood–directed film J. Edgar. In 2012, Dever was nominated three times at the 33rd Young Artist Awards: for her supporting roles in Bad Teacher and Last Man Standing and for her recurring role in Justified.[5] In 2013, Dever appeared in supporting roles in the critically acclaimed films The Spectacular Now and Short Term 12. Her role in the latter garnered widespread acclaim from critics.

Dever joined the cast of the 2014 film, Laggies, playing the character Misty. The film also stars Chloë Grace Moretz and Keira Knightley.[6] In 2014, she co-starred in the film Men, Women & Children, directed by Jason Reitman.[7] Dever was named one of the best actors under the age of twenty.[8]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong Gwen Thompson Direct-to-video
2011 Bad Teacher Sasha Abernathy
2011 J. Edgar Palmer’s Daughter
2013 The Spectacular Now Kristal
2013 Short Term 12 Jayden Cole
2014 Laggies Misty
2014 Men, Women & Children Brandy Beltmeyer
2017 Grass Stains Grace Turner
2017 We Don’t Belong Here Lily Green
2017 Detroit Karen Post-production
2018 Beautiful Boy Lauren Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Make It or Break It Adorable Girl Episode: “Pilot”
2009 Modern Family Bianca Douglas Episode: “Fizbo
2010 Private Practice Paige Episode: “Love Bites”
2010 Party Down Escapade Dunfree Episode: “Party Down Company Picnic”
2011 Cinema Verite Michelle Loud Television film
2011 The Mentalist Trina Episode: “Blood for Blood”
2011–2015 Justified Loretta McCready 17 episodes
2011 Curb Your Enthusiasm Kyra O’Donnell Episode: “The Divorce”
2011–2017 Last Man Standing Eve Baxter Series regular; 130 episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Cassie Drake Voice and motion capture

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2011 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Television Series – Guest Starring Young Actress Private Practice Nominated
2012 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actress Bad Teacher Nominated
Best Performance in a Television Series – Supporting Young Actress Last Man Standing Nominated
Best Performance in a Television Series – Recurring Young Actress Justified Nominated
2013 Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Youth Performance in a Leading or Supporting Role – Female Short Term 12 Nominate

AMANDA FULLER

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Filmography

 Actress (70 credits)
 2012-2017 Last Man Standing (TV Series)
Kristin Baxter

House of Tutor (2017) … Kristin Baxter (credit only)
 2016 Fashionista
April
 2016 Nanoblood (Short)
Lisa
 2014 Starry Eyes
Tracy
 2013 The Barista (Short)
 2013/I Cheap Thrills
Audrey
 2012 Scandal (TV Series)
Carly Weston

Crash and Burn (2012) … Carly Weston
 2011 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Nancy Lanford

He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother (2011) … Nancy Lanford
 2011 Freerunner
Dolores
 2011 Creature
Beth
 2010 Hopeless (Short)
Michelle
 2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Emma Brooks

Wet (2010) … Emma Brooks
 2010 Red White & Blue
Erica
 2009 Mr. Sadman
Anna
 2009 Engaged (Short)
Beatrice
 2009 Life (TV Series)
Ann Earley

5 Quarts (2009) … Ann Earley
I Heart Mom (2009) … Ann Earley
 2007 Primal Doubt (TV Movie)
Claire Harper
 2007 Women’s Murder Club (TV Series)
Beth Williams

Maybe Baby (2007) … Beth Williams
 2007 Close to Home (TV Series)
Sally O’Neil

Making Amends (2007) … Sally O’Neil
 2007 Kush
Sandra
 2006 Bones (TV Series)
Lori Mueller

The Headless Witch in the Woods (2006) … Lori Mueller
 2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Cara Day

Toe Tags (2006) … Cara Day
 2006 Americanese
Holly
 2005-2006 Threshold (TV Series)
Karyn Reynolds

The Crossing (2006) … Karyn Reynolds
Pulse (2005) … Karyn Reynolds
 2005 Conviction (TV Movie)
 2004 NCIS (TV Series)
Jen Shields

Terminal Leave (2004) … Jen Shields
 2004 7th Heaven (TV Series)
Leanne

 2004 Strong Medicine (TV Series)
Tally

Prophylactic Measures (2004) … Tally
 2004 Death, Can I Buy You a Drink? (Short)
Cricket King
 2004 Summerland (TV Series)
Tracy

Pilot (2004) … Tracy
 2004 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Jessica Raab / Rebecca / Angie Novell

Risen (2004) … Jessica Raab / Rebecca / Angie Novell
 2003 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Shannon Ellner

Tricks of the Trade (2003) … Shannon Ellner
 2003 Dragnet (TV Series)
Emily Ambrose

Daddy’s Girl (2003) … Emily Ambrose
 2003 Boston Public (TV Series)
Marie Watson

 2003 The Failures
Sally
 2003 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series)
Eve

Showtime (2003) … Eve
 2002 8 Simple Rules (TV Series)
Lindsay

Cheerleader (2002) … Lindsay
 2002 The Division (TV Series)
Summer Landers

Welcome Home (2002) … Summer Landers
 2001 Askari
Emma Crawshay
 2001 First Years (TV Series)
Cami

…And Then You Die (2001) … Cami
 2001 Touched by an Angel (TV Series)
Lucy Baker

 2001 Anatomy of a Hate Crime (TV Movie)
Kristen Price
 2000 Children of Fortune (TV Movie)
Erica Passenger
 2000 Malcolm in the Middle (TV Series)
April

Water Park (2000) … April
 1999 One World (TV Series)
Meagan

Tough Love (1999) … Meagan
 1999 Two of a Kind (TV Series)
Courtney Collins

Kevin Burke’s Day Off (1999) … Courtney Collins
 1999 The Practice (TV Series)
Julie

A Day in the Life (1999) … Julie
 1998 Carson’s Vertical Suburbia (TV Movie)
Racelle
 1998 Real Story (TV Movie)
Mallory
 1998 L.A. Doctors (TV Series)
Courtney Wilkes

What About Bob? (1998) … Courtney Wilkes
 1998/II Whatever It Takes
April
 1998 Walker, Texas Ranger (TV Series)
Katie

Code of the West (1998) … Katie
 1998 Party of Five (TV Series)
Hollie

Naming Names (1998) … Hollie
 1998 That ’70s Show (TV Series)
Tina Pinciotti

Eric’s Burger Job (1998) … Tina Pinciotti
 1998 The Wonderful World of Disney (TV Series)
Amanda Fuller, Girl in Hallway

Safety Patrol (1998) … Amanda Fuller, Girl in Hallway
 1997 Don King: Only in America (TV Movie)
Teen Girl #2
 1997 The Tom Show (TV Series)
Katie

Bad Publicity (1997) … Katie
 1996 Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster (Video Game)
Gabrielle
 1996 The Making of a Hollywood Madam (TV Movie)
Brittany
 1995 Charlie Grace (TV Series)
Jordan

Bring Me the Head of Darnell Sims (1995) … Jordan
 1995 Deadly Whispers (TV Movie)
Crystal Acton
 1993 Tales of the City (TV Mini-Series)
Lexy

Episode #1.4 (1993) … Lexy

JESSICA BIEL (UPDATE)

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Filmography

Actress (42 credits)
 2017 Shock and Awe (completed)
Lisa
 2016 BoJack Horseman (TV Series)
Jessica Biel

The BoJack Horseman Show (2016) … Jessica Biel (voice)
 2016 Spark: A Space Tail
Vix (voice)
 2016 A Kind of Murder
Clara Stackhouse
 2016 The Book of Love
Penny Herschel
 2015 Bleeding Heart
May
 2014 New Girl (TV Series)
Kat

The Last Wedding (2014) … Kat
 2005-2013 Family Guy (TV Series)
Brooke

Valentine’s Day in Quahog (2013) … Brooke (voice)
Brian the Bachelor (2005) … Brooke (voice)
 2009 Planet 51
Neera (voice)
 2009 Guys and Dolls at the Hollywood Bowl (Video)
Sarah Brown
 2009 Saturday Night Live (TV Series)
Jessica Rabbit

Dwayne Johnson/Ray LaMontagne (2009) … Jessica Rabbit (uncredited)
 2008 Hole in the Paper Sky (Short)
Karen Watkins
 2005/I London
London
 2004 Johnny Bravo (TV Series)
Jessica Biel

Johnny Goes to Hollywood (2004) … Jessica Biel (voice)
 2001 Aerosmith: Fly Away from Here (Video short)
Woman
 1997 Ulee’s Gold
Casey Jackson
 1994 It’s a Digital World
Regrettal

KATELYN PIPPY

Filmography

Actress (8 credits)
 2016 #ThisIsCollege (TV Mini-Series)
Amanda

#FlashbackFriday (2016) … Amanda
Sexiled (2016) … Amanda
 2007 Alibi (TV Movie)
Young Christie Winters
 2007 Small Avalanches (Short)
Nancy
 2006 Maybe It’s in the Water (Short)
Margine
 2006 The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (TV Series)
Jolie

French 101 (2006) … Jolie
 2005 Monk (TV Series)
Young Sherry

Mr. Monk and Little Monk (2005) … Young Sherry
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2011 The Young Icons (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.1 (2011) … Herself
 2009 Hollywood 411 (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 4 June 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2007 Jennifer (TV Series)
Herself
 2005 Today (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 31 October 2005 (2005) … Herself