Jessica Ashley

Jessica Ashley

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Jessica Ashley
Birth name Jessica Ashley Karpov
Origin Queens, New York
Genres Contemporary R&B, Soul Pop
Occupation(s) Singer Songwriter Pianist Guitar Music Producer
Years active 2009 – present
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Jessica Ashley Karpov better known as Jessica Ashley, is an American R&B singer, currently signed to M2V/Epic Records.[1] She gained popularity and a large following by posting YouTube cover videos for several years.[2] In addition to her career as a recording artist, Ashley has written songs for JoJo, MKTO,[3] Maude, Madison Beer, Charlie XCX and Britney Spears. She is currently recording her debut studio album[4] with Evan Bogart[5] and Eman Kirakou.

Biography[edit]

Ashley, born Jessica Ashley Karpov in Queens, New York, is the child of Laura and Igor Karpov. Ashley’s sister, Suzanne, is an Opera Singer.[6] Ashley graduated from Lynbrook High School in Lynbrook, New York in 2009 and attended performing arts school, NYU Clive Davis School of Recorded Music,[7] in New York, New York.

Ashley has been performing, singing and dancing, publicly since 2009. In 2012, Ashley released her debut EP “Prelude” to critical acclaim.[8] Ashley released three singles off Prelude (Souvenir, 24 Hours and Neverland). Videos for the three singles accumulated millions of views on both YouTube and Vevo.[9] The video for Neverland featured actor, Juston Gaston,[10] and featured Ashley taking on the role of a contemporary Cinderella. In 2013, Ashley pursued a management contract with MGMT Company of Los Angeles, California. In April 2014, Ashley signed a record deal with Epic Records.[11]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Album
2012 Souvenir”[13] Prelude
2012 24 Hours”[14] Prelude
2012 “Neverland”[15] Prelude

Other Appearances and Songwriting Discography[edit]

Year Song Artist Album Contribution
2013 No More Second Chances[16] MKTO MKTO Songwriter and Featured Artist
2014 “Cool” Maude Maude Songwriter
2014 “Unbreakable”[17] Madison Beer Untitled Songwriter
2015 “Kinda Miss You”[18] Deborah Cox Work of Art Co-Producer and Songwriter
2016 “Love Me Down” Britney Spears Glory Songwriter, Background Vocals
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NATALIE PAUL

Filmography

 Actress (13 credits)
 2018 Watch Room (Short) (filming)
Kate
 2015 Sweet Tea (Short) (completed)
Nicki
 2017 Crown Heights
Antoinette
 2016 Luke Cage (TV Series)
Dana Stryker

Take It Personal (2016) … Dana Stryker
 2016 Power (TV Series)
Candie

Don’t Worry Baby (2016) … Candie
I Got This on Lock (2016) … Candie
 2016 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Zahara Letts

Intersecting Lives (2016) … Zahara Letts
 2015 Brooklove (Short)
Denise
 2014 Boardwalk Empire (TV Series)
Beatrice Carson

Friendless Child (2014) … Beatrice Carson
The Good Listener (2014) … Beatrice Carson
 2013 Smash (TV Series)
Actor #5

Musical Chairs (2013) … Actor #5
The Fringe (2013) … Actor #5
The Read-Through (2013) … Actor #5
 2012 Everything Absolutely (Short)
Lady
 2012 Azure I (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (2 credits)
 2015 Sweet Tea (Short) (completed)
 2012 Everything Absolutely (Short) (co-director)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (2 credits)
 2015 Sweet Tea (Short) (writer) (completed)
 2012 Everything Absolutely (Short) (writer)

KELCY GRIFFIN

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Filmography

 Actress (3 credits)
 2014-2017 Power (TV Series)
Dominique

When I Get Out (2017) … Dominique
In My Best Interest (2016) … Dominique
It’s Never Over (2016) … Dominique
Call Me James (2016) … Dominique
You’re Not the Man (2015) … Dominique
 2016 Bull (TV Series)
Layla Everton

Just Tell the Truth (2016) … Layla Everton
 2012 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Renee James

Domestic Disturbance (2012) … Renee James

Lorin Latarro

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Lorin Latarro

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Lorin Latarro is an American choreographer whose work has been seen on Broadway and in dance companies internationally. She began her career as a dancer who performed in fourteen Broadway shows and toured with world renowned dance companies.

Lorin Latarro, Waitress, Choreographer

Life and career[edit]

Latarro began studying dance in New York City at an early age. She graduated from the Juilliard School where she trained under Benjamin Harkarvy. She also trained with Pina Bausch, Hector Zaraspe and Jirí Kylián. After earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Juilliard, Latarro danced for the Martha Graham Dance Company and later with MOMIX and Twyla Tharp. She performed in 14 Broadway shows including Fosse, Movin’ Out, A Chorus Line, Spamalot, and Swing!.[1]

Latarro is now a choreographer in New York City whose credits include Broadway’s “Waitress“, “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”, Waiting for Godot, This American Life: 21 Chump Street for Ira Glass and Lin-Manuel Miranda, Public Theater’s The Odyssey, BAM’s Peter and The Wolf, Queen Of The Night (Drama Desk Award),[2] Encores! Fanny (2010),[3] Kiss Me Kate, and Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night-Time, American Idiot and more. She is the Artistic Associate at The Bucks County Playhouse, under Robyn Goodman and Alex Fraser, where she choreographs new musicals with directors Lonnie Price and Hunter Foster. Upcoming: Encore’s God Bless You, Mr Rosewater with Michael Mayer, The Public’s Twelfth Night with music by Shaina Taub, La Traviata at The Met Opera with Michael Mayer.

In addition to Latarro’s choreographic successes, she also works with the Gates Foundation on missions in Africa and is the founder of artammo.org. ART = AMMO, Artists Against Gun Violence.[4] Latarro brings performance flash mobs to different areas of the country to encourage people to stop and truly think about their stance on gun violence in the United States.

Stage productions[edit]

Dance Companies:

Broadway:

Lincoln Center:

Other

  • 2011 The Best Is Yet To Come – 59 E 59th, New York City – 2012 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Revue; Choreographer, Director David Zippel[6]
  • 2012 City Club, Minetta Lane Theatre, Choreographer[7]
  • 2013 Queen Of The Night – Diamond Horseshoe Club, Paramount Hotel;[8] 2015 Drama Desk Award, Unique Theatrical Experience;[9] Choreographer, Director Christine Jones
  • 2014 21 Chump StreetBAM, Choreographer, Director Michael Mayer[10]
  • 2014 Jasper In Deadland – Prospect Theater Company, New York City, Choreographer, Director Brandon Ivie[11]
  • 2014 Peter And The WolfBAM, Choreographer, Director Annette Jolles[12]
  • 2015 The OdysseyThe Public Theatre, Delacorte Theater, Choreographer, Director Lear DeBessonet[13]
  • 2015 Beaches, Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago, Illinois – Choreographer, Director Eric Shaeffer[14]
  • Hugh Jackman’s Broadway – Wynn Hotel
  • 2016 God Bless You, Mr. RosewaterEncores!, Choreographer, Director Michael Mayer [15]
  • 2016 Twelfth NightThe Public Theatre, Delacorte Theater, Choreographer, Director Kwame Kwei-Armah[16]

Press[edit]

How the Women of Waitress Are Changing Broadway Behind the Scenes – TIME, April 19, 2016

BWW Interview: Choreographer Lorin Latarro on Creating the Dances for Broadway’s WAITRESS – Broadway World, February 24, 2016

How Skipping School Kick-Started a Career for Waitress Choreographer Lorin Latarro – Broadway.com, April 13, 2016

Broadway Time Machine: Waitress Choreographer Lorin Latarro Talks 5 Game-Changing Shows – Broadway Box, April 21, 2016

SWEET SUCCESS: AN INTERVIEW WITH “WAITRESS” CHOREOGRAPHER LORIN LATARRO – Master Chat, April 20, 2016

What ‘Waitress’ Choreographer Lorin Latarro Wants Dancers to Know – backstage, August 3, 2016

Broadway-Bound Musical ‘Waitress’ Makes History With All Female Creative Team — a Talk With Choreographer Lorin Latarro – The Huffington Post, March 23, 2016

Opening Up with Lorin Latarro – The Broadway Blogger, August 8, 2016

Flash Mob in Times Square Honors Victims of Newtown – NYTimes, February 24, 2013

Ashley Johnson

Ashley Johnson

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Ashley Johnson
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Johnson at Wondercon 2014
Born Ashley Suzanne Johnson
(1983-08-09) August 9, 1983 (age 33)
Camarillo, California, United States
Nationality American
Occupation Actress, voice actress
Years active 1990–present

Ashley Suzanne Johnson (born August 9, 1983)[1] is an American actress and voice actress. She is best known for her roles as Chrissy Seaver in Growing Pains, Ellie in The Last of Us, Annie Warbucks in Annie: A Royal Adventure!, Alex Marshall in What Women Want and Gretchen Grundler in Disney’s Recess. She currently stars in the NBC drama Blindspot as FBI forensic specialist Patterson.

In 2012, Johnson played a small role as the New York City waitress Beth who is saved by Captain America in The Avengers. In 2013, she played the role of Ellie in the video game The Last of Us and its downloadable content Left Behind, for which she won two BAFTA Awards for her performance.

Early life[edit]

Johnson was born in Camarillo, California, the youngest daughter of Nancy Spruiell Johnson, an independent film producer, and Clifford Johnson, the captain of an exploration ship. Her father died in July 2000 from Hepatitis C and cancer.[2] She is of Norwegian,[3] Swedish, Danish, Irish, Scottish, and Native American descent. When she was nine days old, her father got a new job and the family moved to Franklin. Johnson graduated from high school at 15.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Johnson’s career began at age six, when she played the role of Chrissy Seaver on the sitcom Growing Pains from 1990 to 1992. The character’s age was accelerated from a toddler between seasons for plotting purposes. By the time she was 12, Johnson had been in the casts of eight TV series. She later reprised her role as Chrissy in The Growing Pains Movie and Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers. In the one season series Phenom (1993–94), she played the mischievous younger sister of a rising teenage tennis star. Johnson appeared in the 1994 sitcom All-American Girl, which also lasted for only one season. She played DJ’s girlfriend Lisa in the 1995 Roseanne episode “The Blaming of the Shrew”, and played Alex Marshal, the daughter of Mel Gibson‘s character, in the 2000 comedy What Women Want. In 2008, she became a regular on the drama Dirt as Sharlee Cates. In 2009, Johnson appeared in “Omega”, the season one finale of Joss Whedon‘s Dollhouse.

In 2012, she appeared in The Avengers (also directed by Whedon) as a waitress who is saved by Captain America (Chris Evans). She was intended to appear in future Captain America films as his newest love interest (given that a brief scene in the film was implied), but that plan was shelved and instead actress Emily VanCamp took over as Sharon Carter for the next two films. Though Johnson’s role was a minor role, the Blu-ray edition of The Avengers contains some deleted scenes that expand her role in the movie and further her interactions with Captain America.[4][5]

As a voice actress, she played Sean on the cartoon movie The First Snow of Winter in 1998, Gretchen Grundler on the Walt Disney TV animated series Recess, Terra in the Teen Titans animated series during the show’s second and fifth season, Jinmay on Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! and Gwen Tennyson on Ben 10: Alien Force and in future variations of the Ben 10 franchise. Four of her roles have love interests who are voiced by Greg Cipes (Chiro in Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, Kevin in Ben 10, Beast Boy in Teen Titans, and Michelangelo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). She co-starred in the PlayStation exclusive The Last of Us as the character Ellie, which was released to critical acclaim and commercial success.[citation needed] She subsequently won a video game BAFTA for Best Performer and a VGX Award for Best Voice Actress for her role in the game. On March 12, 2015, Johnson won another BAFTA for Best Performer for the same role in the game’s downloadable content, The Last of Us: Left Behind.[6]

Johnson appears in several Geek & Sundry shows, including playing occult specialist Morgan on the web series Spooked on Hulu, playing Alhambra and Dead of Winter on the board gaming web series TableTop,[7][8] and playing Pike Trickfoot in the Twitch.tv series Critical Role.[9]

As of 2015, she plays FBI forensic specialist Patterson in the NBC drama series Blindspot.[10]

Personal life[edit]

Johnson studied violin and piano at the International School of Music; she also plays guitar and cello. When not acting or studying music, Johnson co-runs the photography company Infinity Pictures with her friend, production assistant Mila Shah.[11]

Johnson’s older brother Chris worked on the television show The District. Her older sister Haylie Johnson is best known for her role as Haylie on Kids Incorporated.[12]

Johnson has been in a relationship since 2012 with Brian Wayne Foster, an American writer, poet, singer, and storyteller.[13]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Source
1990 Lionheart Nicole Gaultier
1995 Nine Months Shannon Dwyer
1998 Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 Josie Hemphill
1999 Marionette
1999 Anywhere but Here Sarah
2000 Indescribable Nth, TheThe Indescribable Nth Doris Short film; voice role
2000 What Women Want Alex Marshall
2001 Recess: School’s Out Gretchen Grundler Voice role
2001 Rustin Lee Wolford
2003 Failures, TheThe Failures Lilly Kyle
2004 Killer Diller Angie
2004 King of the Corner Elena Spivak
2005 Nearing Grace Merna Ash
2006 Pity Card, TheThe Pity Card Gretel Short film
2006 Fast Food Nation Amber
2006 Grad Night Student
2007 Brothers Solomon, TheThe Brothers Solomon Patricia
2008 Pie’n Burger Holly Short film
2008 Otis Riley Lawson
2008 Columbus Day Alana
2009 Spread Eva
2009 Punching the Clown Tracy
2010 Alleged Rose Williams
2011 Help, TheThe Help Mary Beth Caldwell
2012 The Avengers Waitress Beth
2012 Much Ado About Nothing Margaret
2015 Paradox Sophie
2015 When Marnie Was There Additional voices[14] Voice role
English version
2016 Punching Henry Danielle
2018 Weight Liza In Production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Source
1990–1992 Growing Pains Christine Ellen “Chrissy” Seaver 47 episodes
1993 Men Don’t Tell Cindy Movie
1993 In the Shadows, Someone’s Watching Blind Girl Movie
1993 The Town Santa Forgot Granddaughter (voice) Movie
1993 Timmy’s Special Delivery: A Precious Moments Christmas Additional Voices (voice)
1993–1994 Phenom Mary Margaret Doolan 22 episodes
1994 All-American Girl Casey Emmerson 12 episodes
1995 Roseanne Lisa Episode: “The Blaming of the Shrew”
1995 Annie: A Royal Adventure! Annie Warbucks Movie
1995–96 Maybe This Time Gracie Wallace 18 episodes
1996–1998 Jumanji Peter Shepherd (voice) 21 episodes
1997 Moloney Katherine ‘Kate’ Moloney 3 episodes
1997 Wings Rebecca Episode: “Ms. Write”
1997–2001 Recess Gretchen Grundler (voice) 129 episodes
1998 Kelly Kelly Maureen Kelly 7 episodes
1998 ER Dana Ellis 2 episodes
1999 Partners Janie Movie
2000 The Growing Pains Movie Chrissy Seaver Movie
2001 Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street Gretchen Grundler (voice) Video
2002 Lloyd in Space Violet (voice) Episode: “The Big Sleepover”
2002 Roswell Eileen Burrows 2 episodes
2002 Ally McBeal Serena Feldman Episode: “Heart and Soul”
2002 Providence Daphne Wallace 3 episodes
2002 Touched by an Angel Natalie Episode: “Bring on the Rain”
2002 The Guardian Betsy Fortunato Episode: “Sacrifice”
2003 Kidz History: The Revolutionary War Colonist Video
2003 Recess: All Growed Down Gretchen (voice) Video
2003 Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade Gretchen (voice) Video
2003 Married to the Kellys Shari Episode: “Lewis May Have a Girlfriend”
2004 Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers Chrissy Seaver
2004 Married to the Kellys Shari Episode: “Chris and Mary Fight”
2004–05 Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Jinmay (voice) 10 episodes
2004–06 Teen Titans Terra (voice) 7 episodes
2004–10 King of the Hill Emily / Jamie 7 episodes
2005 The X’s Kimla Episode: “License to Slumber”
2006 Lilo & Stitch: The Series Gretchen Grundler (voice) Episode: “Lax: Experiment #285”
2007 Monk Susie the Maid Episode: “Mr. Monk Is at Your Service”
2007 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Dreama Little Episode: “Ending Happy
2007 Heartland Rebecca Colton Episode: “Mother & Child Reunion”
2008 Dirt Sharlee Cates 4 episodes
2008 The Middleman Eleanor Draper Episode: “The Ectoplasmic Panhellenic Investigation”
2008 Raising the Bar Elise Denton Episode: “Hang Time”
2008 The Mentalist Clara Tennant Episode: “Seeing Red”
2008–10 Ben 10: Alien Force Gwen Tennyson, Carol Smith, Girl, Mother, Cicelyl, Mr. Smoothy Employee 45 episodes
2009 Dollhouse Wendy, Caroline, Hayden Leeds 2 episodes
2009 Cold Case Grace Stearns in 1966 Episode: “The Crossing”
2010 Funny or Die Presents… Girlfriend Episode: “1.1”
2010 Lie to Me Valerie Episode: “Beat the Devil”
  • 2010;
  • 2016
Drunk History Elizabeth Hamilton, Elizabeth Cherry Episodes: “Drunk History Vol. 1: Featuring Michael Cera”; “Shit Shows”
2010 Christmas Cupid Jenny Movie
2010–12 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien Gwen Tennyson / Pierce’s Girlfriend, Carol Smith, various (voice) 52 episodes
2011 In Plain Sight Sarah Collins, Sarah Peterschwim Episode: “Something A-mish”
2011–13 Pound Puppies Toyoshiko, Gina, Amelia, Giblet (voice) 4 episodes
2011–12 The Killing Amber Ahmed 7 episodes
2012 Private Practice Kelly Episode: “The Time Has Come”
2012 Drop Dead Diva Veronica Kramer Episode: “Road Trip”
2012–14 Ben 10: Omniverse 11 & 16-year old Gwen Tennyson / Margie (voice) 21 episodes
2013–16 Teen Titans Go! Terra (voice) 4 episodes
2013 Masters of Sex Flora Banks Episode: “Fallout”
2014 Garfunkel & Oates Jane Episode: “Speechless”
000000002015-01-28-00002015 Stalker Stephanie Episode: “My Hero”
000000002015-04-18-00002015 Naruto Shippuden Shiseru (voice) Episodes: 290-295 (“Power Saga”)
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000000002015-08-02-00002015 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Renet (voice) 4 episodes
000000002015-09-21-00002015–present Blindspot Patterson Series Regular
2016 Infinity Train Tulip, Steward (voice) Cartoon Network Studios Pilot [16]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Teen Titans Terra
2008 Ben 10: Alien Force Gwen Tennyson
2009 FusionFall Gwen Tennyson
2009 Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks Gwen Tennyson
2010 Ben 10 Alien Force: The Rise of Hex Gwen Tennyson
2010 Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction Gwen Tennyson
2011 Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion Gwen Tennyson
2013 Last of Us, TheThe Last of Us Ellie VGX Award for Best Voice Actress
2013 BAFTA Games Award for Best Performer (for The Last of Us)
2014 BAFTA Games Award for Best Performer (for The Last of Us: Left Behind downloadable content)[17]
2014 Infamous First Light Jenny
2015 Tales from the Borderlands Gortys
2015 Skylanders: SuperChargers Gadfly Glades Collector [18]
2015 Marvel Heroes Spider-Gwen [19]
2015–2017 Minecraft: Story Mode Petra
2016 Lego Marvel’s Avengers Beth the Waitress [20]
2016 The Witness [21]
TBA The Last of Us Part II Ellie

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013–2015 Tabletop Herself 3 episodes
2014 Spooked Morgan 4 episodes
2015–present Critical Role Herself/Pike Trickfoot
2016 Force Grey: Giant Hunters Herself/Dagny Halvor 7 episodes

AURORA PAPILE

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Aurora Papile


Aurora Papile was born as Aurora Catherine Papile. She is an actress, known for A la mala (2015), The Air I Breathe (2007) and Pulling Strings (2013).

Filmography

 Actress (13 credits)
 2015 A la mala
Kika
 2014 Visitantes
Karla
 2013 Panic 5 Bravo
Bobby (as Catherine Papile)
 2013 Pulling Strings
Carol
 2008/IV Crossing the Line (Short)
Maria Connelly (as Catherine Papile)
 2008 Amor letra por letra
Moisi (as Catherine Papile)
 2008 Dumb Girls Don’t Go to Heaven (TV Series)
Asunción

Episode #1.2 (2008) … Asunción (as Catherine Papile)
Episode #1.1 (2008) … Asunción (as Catherine Papile)
 2007 Amor sin maquillaje (TV Series)
Claudia

Episode #1.1 (2007) … Claudia (as Catherine Papile)
 2007 The Air I Breathe
Teenager #2 (as Catherine Papile)
 2006 La verdad oculta (TV Series)
Mesera

La verdad oculta (2006) … Mesera (as Catherine Papile)
 2005 Peregrina (TV Series)
Sandra

Episode #1.4 (2005) … Sandra (as Catherine Papile)
Episode #1.3 (2005) … Sandra (as Catherine Papile)
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Sandra (as Catherine Papile)
Episode #1.2 … Sandra (as Catherine Papile)
 2003 Clase 406 (TV Series)
Andrea

Episode #3.7 (2003) … Andrea (as Catherine Papile)

ADRIA AJONA

 

 

 

Accustomed to airplanes and distant countries since she can recall, Adria Arjona was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Mexico City. Falling asleep in Guatemala and waking up in Argentina was not out of norm for her. Her father Ricardo Arjona, a renowned singer-songwriter in Latin America, took her along on his tours allowing her to breathe art, music and a bohemian lifestyle since she was born. At age 12 she moved to Miami and lived there until she was 18 when she took a plunge and made the brave decision to move to New York City on her own. In order to assure her professional success and personal growth, her father made the tough decision in making sure nothing was secure and easily given to her. While studying to become an actor at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Adria worked as a hostess and waitress at several New York restaurants in order to pay her bills and sustain her life. Having had a front row seat to stardom, Adria saw the bigger picture for her career, in that fame and fortune does not ameliorate her work and passion. She set out to achieve her goals with a focus on maintaining the pleasure of pursuing what she loves, while honing her craft and creating with pride.

Filmography

 Actress (14 credits)
 2017 Untitled Miami Project (TV Movie) (completed)
Maria Zorilla
 2016 Anomalous
Kate Grant
 2015 Eos (Short)
Woman
 2015 Narcos (TV Series)
Helena

The Sword of Simón Bolivar (2015) … Helena
 2015 True Detective (TV Series)
Emily

Omega Station (2015) … Emily
Other Lives (2015) … Emily
Down Will Come (2015) … Emily
Night Finds You (2015) … Emily
 2015 Wedding in New York
Patricia
 2014-2015 Person of Interest (TV Series)
Dani Silva

M.I.A. (2015) … Dani Silva
 2014 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Suzy Houchen

Cashing Out (2014) … Suzy Houchen
 2012 Loss a Short Film (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2017 Access Hollywood (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #21.108 (2017) … Herself

STEPHANIE SIGMAN

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Stephanie Sigman


Stephanie Sigman was born in 1987 in Obregon, Sonora, Mexico. She is an actress, known for Spectre (2015), Miss Bala (2011) and Annabelle: Creation (2017).

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Filmography

Actress (21 credits)
 2017 S.W.A.T. (TV Series) (filming)
Jessica
 2017 Annabelle: Creation
Sister Charlotte
 2017 Shimmer Lake
Steph Burton
 2015-2016 Narcos (TV Series)
Valeria Velez

Exit El Patrón (2016) … Valeria Velez
Our Man in Madrid (2016) … Valeria Velez
La Catedral (2015) … Valeria Velez
Despegue (2015) … Valeria Velez
La Gran Mentira (2015) … Valeria Velez
 2016 American Crime (TV Series)
Monica Salazar

Season Two: Episode Nine (2016) … Monica Salazar
Season Two: Episode Three (2016) … Monica Salazar
Season Two: Episode Two (2016) … Monica Salazar
 2016 War on Everyone
Delores Bolaño
 2016 Presence (TV Series)
Presence Foster

Pilot … Presence Foster
 2015/I Spectre
Estrella
 2015 El cielo es azul
Laurada
 2014 Alice in Marialand
Alicia
 2013-2014 The Bridge (TV Series)
Eva

Jubilex (2014) … Eva
Quetzalcoatl (2014) … Eva
Beholder (2014) … Eva
Goliath (2014) … Eva
Harvest of Souls (2014) … Eva
 2013 Hábito (Short)
Karla
 2013 The Arrangement (TV Movie)
Lourdes Nieves
 2013 Pioneer
Maria Salatzar
 2012 Morelos
Francisca Ortiz
 2011 Miss Bala
Laura Guerrero
 2010 Río de oro
Estela
 2010 Los Minondo (TV Series)
Eduviges (young)
 2007-2008 Cambio de vida (TV Series)

 2006 Con lujo de detalle (Short)
Mujer

STEPHANIE TURNER

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Stephanie Turner

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Stephanie Turner is an actress and producer, known for Monster-in-Law (2005), Paper Cuts (2012) and 3 Puffs of Gold (2012).

Filmography

Actress (11 credits)
 2016 Surrogate (Short)
Krissie
 2015 When Giants Fan Met Dodgers Fan (TV Series)
Gibson
 2014 Scorpion (TV Series)
Babysitter

Dominoes (2014) … Babysitter
 2012 3 Puffs of Gold (Short)
Kirsten
 2012 Paper Cuts
Sue
 2009 Bones (TV Series)
Sarah

The Plain in the Prodigy (2009) … Sarah
 2007 Dirt (TV Series)
Maddy Sweet

Come Together (2007) … Maddy Sweet
 2007 What About Brian (TV Series)
Alexa

What About Marjorie… (2007) … Alexa
 2007 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Brandi Kaplan

Obsession (2007) … Brandi Kaplan
 2005 7th Heaven (TV Series)
Anne

Turkey (2005) … Anne