BRIDGET REGAN

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Filmography

Actress (32 credits)
 2016-2018 The Last Ship (TV Series)
Sasha / Sasha Cooper

Warriors (2018) … Sasha
Casus Belli (2018) … Sasha
Episode #5.4 (2018) … Sasha
Episode #5.3 (2018) … Sasha
Detect, Deceive, Destroy (2017) … Sasha
 2014-2017 Jane the Virgin (TV Series)
Rose

Chapter Sixty-Four (2017) … Rose
Chapter Sixty-Three (2017) … Rose
Chapter Sixty (2017) … Rose
Chapter Forty-Seven (2016) … Rose
Chapter Forty-Five (2016) … Rose
 2017 Devil’s Gate
Maria Pritchard
 2016 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Megan Hunt

The Room Where It Happens (2016) … Megan Hunt
 2015 Magic Stocking (TV Movie)
Lindsey Monroe
 2015 The Leisure Class (TV Movie)
Fiona
 2015 The Good Wife (TV Series)
Madeline Smulders

Bond (2015) … Madeline Smulders
 2013-2014 White Collar (TV Series)
Rebecca / Rachel Turner

Borrowed Time (2014) … Rebecca
Diamond Exchange (2014) … Rebecca
Taking Stock (2014) … Rebecca
Shot Through the Heart (2014) … Rebecca / Rachel Turner
Live Feed (2014) … Rebecca
 2013 Sons of Anarchy (TV Series)
Escort

Straw (2013) … Escort
 2013 Beauty and the Beast (TV Series)
Alex Salter

Trust No One (2013) … Alex Salter
Cold Turkey (2013) … Alex Salter
On Thin Ice (2013) … Alex Salter
Seeing Red (2013) … Alex Salter
 2013 Murder in Manhattan (TV Movie)
Lex Sutton
 2012 Perception (TV Series)
Victoria Ryland

Light (2012) … Victoria Ryland
Shadow (2012) … Victoria Ryland
 2012 The Frontier (TV Movie)
Hannah Strong
 2011 Person of Interest (TV Series)
Wendy McNally

Number Crunch (2011) … Wendy McNally
 2011 Hide (TV Movie)
Annabelle Granger
 2011 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Elizabeth Smith

Cyber Threat (2011) … Elizabeth Smith
 2008-2010 Legend of the Seeker (TV Series)
Kahlan Amnell

Tears (2010) … Kahlan Amnell
Unbroken (2010) … Kahlan Amnell
Eternity (2010) … Kahlan Amnell
Extinction (2010) … Kahlan Amnell
Walter (2010) … Kahlan Amnell
 2008 The Verdict (TV Movie)
Actress
 2008 New Amsterdam (TV Series)
Daphne Tucker

Keep the Change (2008) … Daphne Tucker
 2007 Supreme Courtships (TV Movie)
Holly
 2007 The Babysitters
Tina Tuchman
 2007 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
Angelica Shippen

Alexander Hamilton (2007) … Angelica Shippen
 2007 Six Degrees (TV Series)
Diana Foss

A Simple Twist of Fate (2007) … Diana Foss
 2007 The Black Donnellys (TV Series)
Trish Hughes

Wasn’t That Enough? (2007) … Trish Hughes
When the Door Opens (2007) … Trish Hughes
All of Us Are in the Gutter (2007) … Trish Hughes
In Each One a Savior (2007) … Trish Hughes
 2006-2007 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
ADA Claudia Shankly / ADA Shankly

Silencer (2007) … ADA Claudia Shankly
Masquerade (2006) … ADA Shankly
 2006/I Blinders (Short)
Paula
 2006 Love Monkey (TV Series)
Woman

Pilot (2006) … Woman
 2006 The Wedding Album (TV Movie)
Kate
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Jill Halfpenny

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Jill Halfpenny

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Jill Halfpenny
Born (1975-07-15) 15 July 1975 (age 42)
Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s) Craig Conway (m. 2007–10) (divorced)
Children 1
Awards TV Quick Award – Best Actress
2007 Waterloo Road – Izzie Redpath

Jill Halfpenny (born 15 July 1975) is an English actress, best known for her roles as Rebecca Hopkins in the British soap opera Coronation Street (1999–2000); as Kate Mitchell (née Morton) in rival soap EastEnders, (2002–2005), Izzie Redpath in Waterloo Road (2006–2007) and Diane Manning in In The Club (2014–present) she also won the second series of Strictly Come Dancing. Her career began in 1989 with a regular role in the BBC children’s drama serial Byker Grove. She subsequently appeared in numerous television roles including Wild at Heart, Peak Practice and Waterloo Road, for which she won a Best Actress prize at the TV Quick Awards.

Halfpenny also enjoys a successful theatre career with roles ranging from pantomime to high-profile West End productions such as Abigail’s Party, Calendar Girls and musicals like Chicago. In 2011, she won the Theatregoers’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical and the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical for her performance in Legally Blonde. She is the aunt of ex-Emmerdale actress Chelsea Halfpenny.

Early life[edit]

She was born to parents Maureen (née Mitchelson) and Colin Halfpenny, and has two elder sisters, Nicola and Paula; the latter is the mother of actress Chelsea Halfpenny. Colin Halfpenny died in 1979, when Halfpenny was only four; n 1981, Maureen re-married to Colin’s brother, Derek.

A native of Leam Lane, Gateshead, she attended St Edmund Campion RC school (now Cardinal Hume RC School) in Wrekenton. She is a former student of the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art (1994–1996) and she also went to drama school First Act Theatre in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne and to the Reavley Theatre School in Felling, Gateshead, despite claiming on Strictly Come Dancing that she had received no previous training.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

She began her acting career at age 14 in the BBC television children’s drama series Byker Grove,[1] filmed in the Benwell area of Newcastle upon Tyne. Her other work has included appearances in Dalziel and Pascoe, Barbara and Coronation Street for television and theatre with the acclaimed Hull Truck Theatre Company. She took the major role of Kate Mitchell in the BBC One soap opera EastEnders in 2002. The character was introduced as a police officer sent to spy on Phil Mitchell, but after her cover was blown she quit the police force, married Phil and opened a nail salon. Her final scenes were broadcast in January 2005 after her character was axed.[citation needed]

In 2004, Halfpenny participated in the BBC One pro-celebrity ballroom dancing competition Strictly Come Dancing, dancing with professional Darren Bennett. The couple won the competition after receiving the full 40 marks from the judges in the final.[2] On 14 December 2004, Halfpenny and Darren Bennett made an appearance on stage at the Royal Variety Performance which took place at the London Coliseum. In a special one-off Christmas programme which pitted the Strictly Come Dancing champions (and other top performing couples) from series one and two against each other, Jill and Darren were crowned as Champion of Champions. In December, it was announced that she would take the role of Roxie Hart in the West End musical, Chicago, starting in January 2005.[citation needed]

In 2005, Halfpenny appeared in The Bodies, a new play adapted from an Émile Zola novel by Peter Flannery at the Live Theatre, Newcastle, opposite her real-life husband, actor Craig Conway. In 2005 and 2006, Halfpenny appeared in hit pantomimes at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle. Halfpenny was the guest presenter for and performed in the first show of the BBC four-part series The Sound of Musicals in January 2006 and played Roxy Ball in Shameless in an episode broadcast on 31 January 2006. In 2006, Halfpenny made a guest appearance in an episode of The Catherine Tate Show.[citation needed]

From spring 2006, Halfpenny appeared in the BBC One series Waterloo Road as teacher Izzie Redpath, a role for which she won the TV Quick Award for Best Actress.[3] The character was killed off at the end of the second series. In 2007 Halfpenny appeared as the narrator of Freaky Eaters for BBC Three and Fat Man’s Warning for Channel 4. She narrated a short film advertising how the National Lottery helps the North East, created by students at the Lord Lawson of Beamish School as part of a competition. The film they created won the competition.[citation needed]

From the beginning of February 2008,[4] a pregnant Halfpenny played Spike Milligan‘s long-suffering manager, Norma Farnes, alongside Michael Barrymore in Surviving Spike at the Theatre Royal, Windsor. Halfpenny starred in the West End production of Calendar Girls from 28 July to 31 October 2009[5] and then played the part of Paulette Bonafonté in the West End company of Legally Blonde, which opened January 2010 with previews beginning December 2009.[6] She played the part until late October 2010 and she was subsequently replaced by Denise van Outen. For this role Halfpenny won the whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical[7][8] and also won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical.[9]

Halfpenny made a guest appearance in the Canadian series, Murdoch Mysteries, in episode one of the fifth series, first broadcast[10]in 2012.[11]

In March 2012 she starred in a revival of Mike Leigh‘s 1977 play Abigail’s Party at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London.[12] In April the show played at the Theatre Royal, Bath before transferring to the West End at the Wyndham’s Theatre where it ran from May to September.[13] In 2014 she starred in BBC drama In the Club, which returned for a second series in 2016, and Channel 4’s Babylon. In 2015 she starred in Way Upstream by Alan Ayckbourn at Chichester Festival Theatre. In September 2014, along with Tim Healy, Halfpenny narrated the history of the North East of England as part of the ceremony for the Great North Run.[14]

Personal life[edit]

Halfpenny married fellow actor Craig Conway in 2007; together they have one child.[15] The couple divorced in 2010.[12]

She is an ambassador for leading children’s charity Kidscape.[16] and in 2013 was awarded “Freeman of the Borough of Gateshead”.[17]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Command Approved Chopper Pilot
2011 How to Stop Being a Loser Christina
2013 Turn Your Bloody Phone Off: The Second Batch Mummy Segment: “Shush Mummy”

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989-1992 Byker Grove Nicola Dobson Recurring role
1997 Bill, TheThe Bill Lisa Collett “Man Trap”
1997 Birds of a Feather Brittany “Rising Damp”
1997 Lakes, TheThe Lakes Tina “1.1”
1998 Round Tower, TheThe Round Tower Rosie Cotton TV film
1998 Heartbeat Mitzi Wyler “Local Knowledge”
1998 Touching Evil Annie Jordan “What Price a Child: Parts 1 & 2”
1999 Dangerfield Shelley “Tying the Knot”
1999 Peak Practice Kelly Recurring role
1999-2000 Coronation Street Rebecca Hopkins Regular role
2001 Dalziel and Pascoe Tara Connolly “Home Truths”
2002 Breeze Block TV series
2002-05 EastEnders Kate Mitchell Regular role
2003 Barbara Kirsty “Kirsty”
2005 Catherine Tate Show, TheThe Catherine Tate Show Gina “Dog Obedience”
2006 Shameless Roxy Benson “3.5”
2006-07 Waterloo Road Izzie Redpath Regular role
2007 Blue Murder Jackie Holroyd “Crisis Management”
2009 Inspector George Gently Cora Davidson “Gently with the Innocents”
2011 Mount Pleasant Emma “1.5”, “1.6”, “1.7”
2011 Walk Like a Panther Lara Anderson “1.1”
2012 Murdoch Mysteries Elizabeth Bryant “Murdoch of the Klondike”
2012 Wild at Heart Fiona “7.8”, “7.9”, “7.10”
2013 Lightfields Martha Felwood TV miniseries
2013 Vera Maggie Warnock “Prodigal Son”
2014 Babylon Davina TV miniseries
2014 Beautality Pam St. Clair TV film
2014–present In the Club Diane Manning Main role
2015 Humans Jill Drummond Main role
2016 Death in Paradise Naomi Walker “5.7”
2016 Ordinary Lies Belinda Brierly Supporting cast
 2017 Three Girls (TV Mini-Series)
Julie Winshaw

Episode #1.3 (2017) … Julie Winshaw
Episode #1.2 (2017) … Julie Winshaw
Episode #1.1 (2017) … Julie Winshaw

JILL HARDING

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Filmography

 Actress (5 credits)
 2017 Fair City (TV Series)
Christine Kehoe

Episode #28.39 (2017) … Christine Kehoe
Episode #28.38 (2017) … Christine Kehoe
Episode #28.37 (2017) … Christine Kehoe
Episode #28.26 (2017) … Christine Kehoe
 2015 Vikings (TV Series)
Judith’s Maid

Born Again (2015) … Judith’s Maid
The Usurper (2015) … Judith’s Maid
 2013 A Big Deal (Short)
Liz
 2005 Turning Green
Fiona
 2004 The Ten Steps (Short)
Katie

CATHY WHITE

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Filmography

Actress (19 credits)
 2016 The Fall (TV Series)
Nurse Nixon

Their Solitary Way (2016) … Nurse Nixon
Silence and Suffering (2016) … Nurse Nixon
 2013-2014 Vikings (TV Series)
Elsewith / Ealswith

Blood Eagle (2014) … Elsewith
A King’s Ransom (2013) … Ealswith
 2013 Scúp (TV Series)
Rebecca

Hostage (2013) … Rebecca
Bones (2013) … Rebecca
The Raid (2013) … Rebecca
Art for Art’s Sake (2013) … Rebecca
 2011 Albert Nobbs
Nanny
 2010 Mo (TV Movie)
Radiographer
 2003 The Return (TV Movie)
Jen Carling
 2003 I Fought the Law (TV Series)
Janice Carter

And Now the Weather (2003) … Janice Carter
 2003 Veronica Guerin
Elegant Equestrian Woman
 2003 Murphy’s Law (TV Series)
Gillian Armstrong

Manic Munday (2003) … Gillian Armstrong
 2002 The Cry (TV Movie)
Nurse Nell Doyle
 2001 On Home Ground (TV Series)
Emer O’Keefe

Episode #1.3 (2001) … Emer O’Keefe
 2001 Perfect (TV Movie)
Sonia
 1999 Vicious Circle (TV Movie)
Tina
 1998/I Night Train
Liz
 1998 Titanic Town
Rosaleen
 1998 The General
Guide
 1995 Nothing Personal
Lizzie
 1994 Grushko (TV Series)
Sasha

Episode #1.3 (1994) … Sasha
Episode #1.2 (1994) … Sasha
Episode #1.1 (1994) … Sasha
 1993 The Buddha of Suburbia (TV Mini-Series)
Jane

Episode #1.4 (1993) … Jane
Episode #1.3 (1993) … Jane
Episode #1.2 (1993) … Jane
Episode #1.1 (1993) … Jane

IDA NIELSEN

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Filmography

Actress (3 credits)
 2016-2017 Vikings (TV Series)
Margrethe

Episode #5.7 (2017) … Margrethe (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
The Reckoning (2017) … Margrethe (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
On the Eve (2017) … Margrethe (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
Revenge (2017) … Margrethe (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
The Great Army (2017) … Margrethe (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
 2009 Monsterjægerne
Klassekammerat (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2014 On the Edge (runner – as Ida Marie Nielsen)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2016 Aftenshowet (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 14 December 2016 (2016) … Herself
 2016 Go’ morgen Danmark (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 16 November 2016 (2016) … Herself

Sameera Reddy

Sameera Reddy

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Sameera Reddy
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Reddy at IIFA, 2012
Born 14 December 1980 (1980-12-14) (age 36)
mumbai, maharastra, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–2013
Spouse(s) Akshai Varde (2014–present)
Children 1
Parent(s) Chintapoli Reddy
Nakshatra Reddy
Relatives Meghna Reddy (sister)
Sushma Reddy (sister)

Sameera Reddy (born 14 December 1980) is an Indian actress who primarily appears in Hindi films. She has also appeared in a few Telugu and Tamil films.

Early life[edit]

Sameera was born on 14 December 1980 in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh to a Telugu Reddy family. Her father Chinta Poli (C. P.) Reddy is a businessman,[1][2] while her mother Nakshatra,[3] referred to as Niki by her daughters and in the media, was a microbiologist and worked with an NGO.[4][5] She has two siblings, Meghna Reddy, a former VJ and supermodel,[6] and Sushma Reddy, a Bollywood actress and model,[7] both elder to her.[8] She did her schooling at Bombay Scottish School in Mahim, Mumbai and graduated from Sydenham College.

Sameera described herself as a “tomboy” and “the ugly duckling in the family”, while citing: “I was plump, had glasses and my glam quotient was rather low till I was 19.”[8]

Career[edit]

Reddy first appeared in ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas‘s “Aur Aahista” music video in 1997, when she was a graduate.[9] Sameera was meant to make her debut as an actress in Saravana Subbiah‘s Tamil film, Citizen, during late 2000, but eventually did not feature.[10] She caught the attention of Bollywood and was cast in a pivotal role in the 2002 Hindi film Maine Dil Tujhko Diya. In 2004, she appeared in Musafir opposite Anil Kapoor, Aditya Pancholi and Koena Mitra.

Reddy appeared in the Tamil film Vaaranam Aayiram directed by Gautham Menon, opposite Surya Sivakumar, which was a blockbuster. Reddy’s acting and modest portrayal of a confident and down-to-earth girl earned her rave reviews. She was signed for two films of Gautham Menon: Yohan Adhyayam Ondru and Dhruva Natchathiram. They were eventually dropped.

Reddy with Anil Kapoor(left) and Ajay Devgan(middle) during the promotion of their film Tezz

Other activities[edit]

Reddy was a judge for the Miss Sri Lanka Online contest in 2012.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Reddy is a big fan of American talk show queen Oprah Winfrey. She met Oprah during the former’s visit to India at the welcome party hosted by Parmeshwar Godrej. As the television celebrity was reportedly impressed by Sameera’s saree, she was presented a similar saree as a gift by the actress before she left India.[12]

Reddy got married to Akshai Varde an entrepreneur on 21 January 2014. It was a traditional Maharashtrian wedding.[13][14] They welcomed their son on 24 May 2015. [15]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Language Notes
2002 Maine Dil Tujhko Diya Ayesha Verma Hindi Hindi debut
2003 Darna Mana Hai Shruti Hindi
2004 Plan Sapna Hindi
2004 Musafir Sam Hindi
2005 Narasimhudu Telugu Telugu debut
2005 Jai Chiranjeeva Shilaja Telugu
2005 No Entry (Beach Girl) Hindi cameo appearance
2006 Taxi Number 9211 Rupali Hindi
2006 Ashok Telugu
2006 Naksha Riya Hindi
2007 Migration Hindi
2007 Fool & Final Payal Hindi
2007 Ami, Yasin Ar Amar Madhubala Rekha Bengali Bengali debut
2008 Race Mini Hindi
2008 One Two Three Laila Hindi
2008 Kaalpurush Supriya Bengali
2008 Surya s/o Krishna Meghana Telugu
2008 Varanam Aayiram Meghna Tamil Tamil debut,
Nominated, Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress
2009 De Dana Dan Manpreet Hindi
2010 Aasal Sarah Tamil
2010 Oru Naal Varum Meera Malayalam Malayalam debut
2010 Red Alert: The War Within Lakshmi Hindi
2010 Aakrosh Hindi
2010 Mahayoddha Rama Sita Hindi
2011 Nadunissi Naaygal Sukanya Tamil
2011 Vedi Paaru Tamil
2012 Vettai Vasanthi Tamil
2012 Tezz Megha Hindi
2012 Chakravyuh Herself Hindi Special appearance in the song “Kunda Khola”
2012 Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum Herself Telugu Special appearance in the song “Sai Andri Nanu”
2013 Varadhanayaka Lakshmi Kannada Kannada debut

KRISTEN ZANG

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Kristen Zang

Kristen Zang was brought up in the Michigan boondocks. At age 14 she was “discovered” and began a whirlwind career shortly after signing with Elite Models. Kristen spent her summers in major cities, and left home permanently at the age of 17. She has been featured in countless ad campaigns and magazines and went on to do film, guest stars on tv

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Filmography

Actress (6 credits)
 2009 Opposite Day
Ad Executive
 2006 Hollywood
Madison
 2001 Raw Deal (Video short)
Devon
 2001 Dharma & Greg (TV Series)
Kristen, Victoria’s Secret Model

Dutch Treat (2001) … Kristen, Victoria’s Secret Model
 2000 Love & Sex
Savannah

Alyssa Sutherland

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Alyssa Sutherland

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Alyssa Sutherland
Born (1982-09-23) 23 September 1982 (age 34)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Occupation Actress, model
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Hair color Strawberry blonde
Eye color Blue
Manager Chic Management, Next Model Management[1]

Alyssa Sutherland (born 23 September 1982) is an Australian actress and model.

Sutherland was born in Brisbane.[2] Her modeling career began when she won the 1997 annual Bonne Belle model search of Girlfriend, a teen magazine in Australia. Following her win, she was signed to a contract with Vogue Australia.

Career[edit]

Modelling[edit]

She has had an extensive runway, print and television modeling career, appearing in campaigns for Bulgari, Ralph Lauren, Garnier, Calvin Klein, Chanel, John Frieda, Kerastase, Hugo Boss, and Abercrombie & Fitch.[3]

Sutherland has graced the cover of magazines including Vogue Australia, Harper’s Bazaar Singapore and Japan, Elle Germany, Australian Style, Glamour Italy and Black and White. Sutherland has also shot extensive editorial for Vogue Germany, Australia, Italy, Greece as well as American, Elle (Australia and US), Marie-Claire (UK), Harper’s Bazaar (Australia), Glamour Italy, I.D., Wallpaper*, and The Face and Scene. Sutherland has worked with renowned fashion photographers including Herb Ritts, Bruce Weber, Ellen von Unwerth and Steven Meisel.[3][4]

In 2007, Sutherland became the newest Flake Girl when Cadbury revived its iconic TV advertisements after a 5-year hiatus. The advertisement shows her, in reverse time, eating a Flake bar in a convertible during a rain shower.[5] She is one of several former Cadbury advert actors to speak out in favour of the “Keep Cadbury British” campaign in opposition to the sale of Cadbury to a non-British owner.[6]

Acting[edit]

Her acting career has included roles in the films The Devil Wears Prada, Day on Fire, Don’t Look Up, and the television series New Amsterdam. Sutherland first appears as Princess Aslaug in the last episode of the first season, continuing into the second, third, and fourth seasons, on the History Channel series Vikings.[7]

Personal life[edit]

In 2012, Sutherland married long-time boyfriend Laurence Shanet in Thailand.[8] They split in 2013. Sutherland attended Craigslea State High School on the northside of Brisbane.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Devil Wears Prada Clacker
2006 Day on Fire Model
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2008 New Amsterdam Alice Episode: “Legacy”
2008 Huge Izzy Unsold TV pilot
2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Kate Episode: “Bang”
2013–16 Vikings Aslaug 35 episodes
2015 Australia’s Next Top Model Herself Episode: “Finale”
2017 The Mist Eve Copeland 5 episodes