LuAnn D’Agostino

LuAnn D’Agostino was born on May 17, 1965 in the USA as LuAnn Nadeau. She is an actress, known for The Real Housewives of New York City (2008), Steve Harvey (2012) and The 9th Annual TV Land Awards (2011). She has been married to Tom D’Agostino, Jr. since December 31, 2016. She was previously married to Count Alexandre DeLesseps.

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Filmography

Actress (4 credits)
 2016 Difficult People (TV Series)
LuAnn de Lesseps

Carter (2016) … LuAnn de Lesseps (as LuAnn de Lesseps)
 2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Cindi

Bully (2011) … Cindi (as LuAnn de Lesseps)
 2011 Eden (TV Series)

Pilot (2011) … (as LuAnn de Lesseps)
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Gaia Weiss

Gaia Weiss

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Born (1991-08-30) 30 August 1991 (age 25)
Paris, France
Occupation Actress, model
Modeling information
Height 180 cm (5 ft 11 in)[1]
Hair color dark blonde
Eye color blue
Manager Eskimo Model Management – Paris, Just WM

Gaia Weiss (born 30 August 1991) is a French model and actress. Weiss’s filmography includes Mary Queen of Scots (as Mary Fleming), The Legend of Hercules (as Hebe), Vikings (as Þorunn) and Serial Teachers 2 (as Vivienne).

Life and career[edit]

Gaia Weiss was born to a FrenchPolish family.[2] At age three she took ballet and became an accomplished ballet dancer.[2] Weiss attended the Cours Florent and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and started acting in 1999.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2012 La Nuit A Woman Short Film
2013 Bianca come il latte, rossa come il sangue Beatrice
2013 Mary Queen of Scots Mary Fleming
2014 The Legend of Hercules Hebe
2015 Serial Teachers 2 Vivienne
2016 Overdrive Devin Post-production
2017 C’est beau la vie quand on y pense Hoellig
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2014–2015 Vikings Þorunn Recurring cast (13 episodes)
2016 Outlander Comtesse st. Germain Episode: “La Dame Blanche”

Katheryn Winnick

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Filmography

Actress (60 credits)
 2017 Call of Duty: WWII (Video Game) (post-production)
Marie Fischer
  Cigarette (post-production)
Emily Gowen
 2013-2017 Vikings (TV Series)
Lagertha

Episode #5.17 (2017) … Lagertha
Episode #5.13 (2017) … Lagertha
Episode #5.1 (2017) … Lagertha
Episode #5.5 (2017) … Lagertha
The Reckoning (2017) … Lagertha
 2016/I Stripped (Short)
Margaret Dupre
 2015 Person of Interest (TV Series)
Frankie Wells

Skip (2015) … Frankie Wells
 2015 Vikings: Athelstan’s Journal (TV Series)
Lagertha

Vows (2015) … Lagertha
 2012 Transporter: The Series (TV Series)
Darcy Daniels

Hot Ice (2012) … Darcy Daniels
 2012 Stand Up Guys
Oxana
 2012 Children of the Air (Short)
Samantha Thomas
 2011 Nikita (TV Series)
Kelly

Partners (2011) … Kelly
 2011 The Glades (TV Series)
Valerie Dorman

Lost and Found (2011) … Valerie Dorman
 2011 Bat $#*! Crazy
Girlfriend
 2011/II Choose
Fiona Wagner
 2010 Night and Day
July
 2010 Radio Free Albemuth
Rachel Brady
 2010 The Gates (TV Series)
Kat Russo

Identity Crisis (2010) … Kat Russo
 2010 Tranced
Cleo
 2002-2009 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Carrie Conlon / Karyn Barrett

Faithfully (2009) … Carrie Conlon
Seizure (2002) … Karyn Barrett
 2009 Cold Souls
Sveta
 2009 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Maureen Martin

One to Go (2009) … Maureen Martin
 2008 Law & Order (TV Series)
Sarah Shipley

Excalibur (2008) … Sarah Shipley
 2007 Law Dogs (TV Movie)
Lisa Bennett
 2007 When Nietzsche Wept
Lou Salome
 2007 House (TV Series)
Eve

One Day, One Room (2007) … Eve
 2007 Tipping Point (TV Movie)
Nina Patterson
 2006 Kiss Me Again
Chalice
 2006 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Maggie Lowe

Somebody’s Watching (2006) … Maggie Lowe
 2006 Failure to Launch
Melissa
 2006 Cloud 9
Olga
 2006 13 Graves (TV Movie)
Amy
 2005 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Lisa Kay

Corporate Warriors (2005) … Lisa Kay
 2005 Hellraiser: Hellworld (Video)
Chelsea
 2004 Our Time Is Up (Short)
Waif
 2004 Going the Distance
Trish
 2004 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Nicole Harjo

Rap Sheet (2004) … Nicole Harjo
 2003 10-8: Officers on Duty (TV Series)
Lucy Johnson

Lucy in the Sky (2003) … Lucy Johnson
 2003 Wild Card (TV Series)
Kendall

Hell Week (2003) … Kendall
 2003 1-800-Missing (TV Series)
Julie Snyner

In the Midnight Hour (2003) … Julie Snyner
 2003 Oz (TV Series)
Liesel Robson

4giveness (2003) … Liesel Robson
 2003 What Alice Found
Julie
 2002 Two Weeks Notice
Tiffany
 2002 Daddy’s Little Girl (Short)
 2002 Fabled
Liz
 2002 Tracker (TV Series)
Laura

Fever of the Hunt: Part 2 (2002) … Laura
Fever of the Hunt: Part 1 (2002) … Laura
 2002 Smoking Herb
Marcia
 2001 Screech Owls (TV Series)
Brianna Styles

Face Off (2001) … Brianna Styles
 2001 Biohazardous
Jennifer
 2000 Relic Hunter (TV Series)
Roselyn

Nine Lives (2000) … Roselyn
 1999-2000 Student Bodies (TV Series)
Holly Benson

The Blow-Up (2000) … Holly Benson
The Junior Prom (1999) … Holly Benson
Time to Try (1999) … Holly Benson
The T-Shirt (1999) … Holly Benson
The New Guys (1999) … Holly Benson
 1999 PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (TV Series)
Suzie

Sacrifices (1999) … Suzie

Josefin Asplund

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Josefin Asplund

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Josefin Asplund in 2013
Born (1991-10-15) 15 October 1991 (age 25)
Occupation Actor
Years active 2011–present

Josefin Asplund (born Maria Josefin Asplund 15 October 1991)[1] is a Swedish actress, mostly known for playing Pernilla Blomkvist in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011).[2][3] She plays one of the lead roles in the film adaptation (2015) of the best selling Swedish novel The Circle.

History[edit]

Asplund attended Sodra Latins Gymnasium (Southern Latin secondary school) from 2007 – 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden.[4][5] She also took lessons at Calle Flygares Teaterskola in 2009

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Format Notes
2011 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Pernilla Film
2012 Call Girl Sonja Film
2013 Piska en matta Caroline Film (short)
2015 The Circle Rebecka Mohlin Film
2015 Arne Dahl: Efterskalv Molly Television (mini-series)
2016 Stödgruppen Felicia Film (short)
2016 Vikings Astrid Television

 

Jessica Parker Kennedy

Jessica Parker Kennedy

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Kennedy at the 2013 SDCC
Born (1984-10-03) October 3, 1984 (age 32)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Jessica Parker Kennedy (born October 3, 1984) is a Canadian actress.[1] She played Melissa on the CW series The Secret Circle, and has also appeared on the television series Smallville, Undercovers, and Kaya. She stars in the Starz original series Black Sails.

Life and career[edit]

Kennedy was born in Calgary, Alberta. She is of Italian, Russian and African descent.[2]

Kennedy portrayed fictional supervillain Plastique in the television series Smallville.

Kennedy played the role of Tami in the 2008 comedy film Another Cinderella Story and the recurring character of Natalee on the 2007 television series Kaya on MTV.[3]

Kennedy was originally cast in the J. J. Abrams-produced 2010 spy drama series Undercovers as the younger sister of the female lead, played by Gugu Mbatha-Raw,[4] but was later replaced by Mekia Cox.[5] Kennedy played Melissa in the CW series The Secret Circle,[6] until the show was cancelled after its first season in May 2012.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Santa Baby Lucy the Elf TV movie
2007 Decoys 2: Alien Seduction Beautiful Girl Video
Kaya Natalee 10 episodes
2008 Another Cinderella Story Tami main cast
Desperate Hours: An Amber Alert Sandy TV movie
2008-2010 Smallville Bette Sans Souci/Plastique 3 episodes
2009 Exes and Ohs Amy Episode “You Don’t Know Jack”
Fear Itself Becca Episode “The Spirit Box”
Soul Alicia 5 episodes
Valemont Beatrice 33 episodes
Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe Lucy the Elf Television film
2009-2010 The Troop Laurel Episodes “Forest Grump” and “Next Stop: Lakewood”
2010 V Grace Episode “John May”
Karma Inc. Candy Short
Undercovers Lizzy “Pilot” episode
Brothers & Sisters Angie Episode “The Rhapsody of Flesh”
Lie to Me Alison Roberts Episode “Beyond Belief”
2011 Collision Earth Brooke TV movie
Behemoth Zoe TV movie
Fairly Legal Jessica Nord “Pilot” episode
50/50 Jackie
In Time Edouarda
Bad Meat Estelle
2011-2012 The Secret Circle Melissa Glaser Main cast
2012 90210 Megan Rose Recurring Role
2014-2017 Black Sails Max Cast
2014 Nearlyweds Casey Television film
2015 The Perfect Guy Rachel
2016 Lethal Weapon Jessica (DJ) s01e10
2017 Colony Maya Recurring Role, 5 episodes
2017 Ransom (TV series) Charlotte Walker Episode “The Enemy Within”
2017 Gemini Sierra

Morgane Polanski

Morgane Polanski

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Morgane Polanski
Born (1993-01-20) 20 January 1993 (age 24)
Paris, France
Alma mater Drama Centre London
Central School of Speech and Drama
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2002–present
Parent(s) Roman Polański
Emmanuelle Seigner

Morgane Polański (born 20 January 1993) is a French-Polish actress and model, best known for portraying Princess Gisla in the History Channel series Vikings. She is the daughter of Roman Polanski and Emmanuelle Seigner.

Early life and education[edit]

Polanski is the daughter of Polish filmmaker Roman Polanski and French actress Emmanuelle Seigner. She has a younger brother, Elvis. Polanski was raised bilingually in French and Polish.[1]

Polanski was educated at the International School of Paris. She later studied acting at the Drama Centre London and the Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating in 2014.[2]

Career[edit]

Polanski made her acting debut in her father’s 2002 film The Pianist, which was nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture. She appeared in two more of his films, Oliver Twist (2005) and The Ghost Writer (2010), in which she had her first speaking role.

In 2015, Polanski appeared in the British independent film Unhallowed Ground and began portraying Princess Gisla in the History Channel series Vikings.

Filmography

Actress (6 credits)
 2015-2017 Vikings (TV Series)
Princess Gisla

The Great Army (2017) … Princess Gisla
Two Journeys (2016) … Princess Gisla
The Last Ship (2016) … Princess Gisla
Death All ‘Round (2016) … Princess Gisla
Portage (2016) … Princess Gisla
 2015 Unhallowed Ground
Sophie Dunant
 2005 Backstage
La fan en larmes
 2005 Oliver Twist
Farmer’s Daughter
 2002 The Pianist
Girl
Hide Hide Show Show Director (1 credit)
 2016 The Understudy (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2006 It’s a Happy Movie: The Children’s Making-of (Video documentary short)
Herself

Jennie Jacques

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Jennie Jacques

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Jennie Jacques
Born (1989-02-28) 28 February 1989 (age 28)
Coventry, England[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 2009–present

Jennie Jacques (born 28 February 1989) is an English actress who first came to prominence playing Annie Miller, a significant role featuring in five episodes of the BBC series Desperate Romantics,[2] a six-part television drama serial about the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, first broadcast on BBC Two in July and August 2009.[3]

Career[edit]

Jacques’ television credits include playing murder suspect Katie Fielding in the British police series The Bill, made by Talkback Thames, and artists’ model Annie Miller in the BBC Two period drama Desperate Romantics.[2]

Jacques has also been cast as Beth in Paul Andrew Williams‘ home invasion urban thriller Cherry Tree Lane. In August 2009 she began filming a futuristic thriller called Shank, playing Ree Ree.[4] The film is about gang warfare and set in a decaying future London, and is directed by Mo Ali.[5] Jennie has also appeared in Casualty on BBC1. She played Lily Knowles, the carer of Megan Roach, in the episode: “Nice and Easy Does It” (S24E47) broadcast on 7 August 2010.

In 2011, Jacques was featured in the promotional video for the Mason single, Boadicea. She also appeared in slasher film Demons Never Die, in which she appeared nude during a sex scene with Robert Sheehan.

In 2013 she appeared in an episode of Father Brown made by BBC Birmingham and from the same production company she was cast as the lead actress in the BBC afternoon series WPC 56 about a policewoman in a male dominated world of the 1950s. The episodes were shown consecutively 18 March 2013–22 March 2013. A second series of five episodes were broadcast 10 February 2014-14 February 2014.

Jacques portrays Judith, the fictional daughter of King Aelle,[6] in the third and fourth season of Vikings.

In 2015, she played the role of Tash in the ITV sitcom The Delivery Man, which aired for six episodes.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Television roles
Year Show Role Notes
2009 The Bill Katie Fielding “Teenage Kicks”: Part One & Two
Desperate Romantics Annie Miller
2010 Lark Rise to Candleford Emily Mullins
Stanley Park Raggedy Ann Pilot for BBC Three
Casualty Lily Knowles
2012 Love Life Tilly
2013 Father Brown Violet Parnassus Episode 1.3: “The Wrong Shape”
2013–14 WPC 56 WPC Gina Dawson Two series of 5 episodes
2015–present Vikings Princess Judith Recurring role (8 episodes)
2015 The Delivery Man Tash TV series (6 episodes)
Film roles
Year Film Role Notes
2010 Shank Ree Ree
Cherry Tree Lane Beth
2011 Demons Never Die Jasmine
2012 Truth or Die Eleanor
The No Hopers (TV Series) (pre-production) (2017)
 2015-2017 Vikings (TV Series)
Judith

Episode #5.9 (2017) … Judith
Episode #5.8 (2017) … Judith
Episode #5.3 (2017) … Judith
Episode #5.2 (2017) … Judith
Episode #5.10 (2017) … Judith
 2015 The Delivery Man (TV Series)
Tash

Theft (2015) … Tash
Foundling (2015) … Tash
Celebrity (2015) … Tash
Prisoner (2015) … Tash
Truth (2015) … Tash
 2015 Vikings: Athelstan’s Journal (TV Series)
Judith

Vows (2015) … Judith
 2013 Father Brown (TV Series)
Violet Parnassus

The Wrong Shape (2013) … Violet Parnassus
 2012 Just Around the Corner (TV Movie)
Kia
 2012/II Truth or Die
Eleanor
 2012/IV The Other Side (Short)
Sophie
 2012 Love Life (TV Series)
Tilly

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Tilly
Episode #1.2 (2012) … Tilly
 2011 Demons Never Die
Jasmine
 2011 7 Lives
Carol
 2010 Between You & Me (Short)
Leah
 2010 Nocturn (Short)
Nina
 2010 Casualty (TV Series)
Lily Knowles

Nice and Easy Does It (2010) … Lily Knowles
 2010 Cherry Tree Lane
Beth
 2010 Stanley Park (TV Movie)
Raggedy Ann
 2010 Shank
Ree Ree
 2010 Lark Rise to Candleford (TV Series)
Emily Mullins

Episode #3.10 (2010) … Emily Mullins
 2009 The Bill (TV Series)
Katie Fielding

Teenage Kicks: Part 2 (2009) … Katie Fielding
Teenage Kicks: Part 1 (2009) … Katie Fielding

Shenae Grimes

Shenae Grimes

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Grimes in April 2009
Born (1989-10-24) October 24, 1989 (age 27)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Other names Shenae Grimes-Beech
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present
Spouse(s) Josh Beech (m. 2013)

Shenae Grimes-Beech[1] (/ʃəˈn/; born October 24, 1989[2]), credited for most of her career as Shenae Grimes, is a Canadian actress. She portrayed Annie Wilson on 90210, a spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210. Prior to that, she had a recurring role on the television series Naturally, Sadie, and played Darcy Edwards on Degrassi: The Next Generation for four seasons. Grimes played a cameo role in the horror film Scream 4.

Early life[edit]

Grimes was born in Toronto, Ontario.[2] She has three siblings, Aiden, Liam and Maya. She attended Forest Hill Public School for elementary school. She attended Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, along with her Degrassi co-star, Aubrey Graham (Drake). She interned at Toronto’s Fashion Television as part of her high school education.[3] Grimes attended City Academy, a private school for her last two years of high school.

Career[edit]

Beginning with a recurring role in 2004, Grimes became a lead character on Degrassi: The Next Generation in 2006, playing the role of Darcy Edwards. In 2008, Grimes left the series and Canada after being cast as Annie Wilson in 90210, the CW’s spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210.

She also appeared in Picture This with Ashley Tisdale and with her former Degrassi: The Next Generation co-star Lauren Collins, and then in True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet alongside singer JoJo.

In 2009, Grimes was named one of the world’s most beautiful people, without makeup, by People magazine.[4] She also appeared in a music video for rock band Our Lady Peace‘s single “All You Did Was Save My Life“.[5]

Grimes appears in the 2010 silent fashion short film Unzipped.[6] She wrote and directed a 2010 music video for her song “Myself and I”, which features an appearance by her 90210 co-star Ryan Eggold.[7] She also participated in YouTuber Freddie Wong‘s video “Gun Size Matters”.[8] She made a cameo in the horror film Scream 4, released in April 2011.[9]

In 2011, she traveled to Japan with her 90210 costars AnnaLynne McCord and Jessica Stroup to attend the Asia Girls Explosion (AGE) in Tokyo, after filming 90210’s third season finale.[10] Grimes was caught up in Japan due to the events of the tsunami and earthquakes. According to the actress, she was at Buddha‘s temple at the time when the earthquakes first occurred.[11] Consequently, she started a campaign called “Spread The Heart” with the aim of supporting Japan by victim relief after the events of the tsunami and earthquakes. Many celebrities joined the campaign which later became a big movement.[12]

In May 2011, during her 90210 hiatus, she took a six-week internship at Teen Vogue in New York City. She stated that working as an editor for a fashion magazine has always been her dream.[13]

In the fall of 2011, she directed a music video for Megan and Liz‘s original song “Are You Happy Now?” to raise awareness about anti-bullying, in partnership with DoSomething.org.

In 2013, Grimes starred in the film Sugar about a runaway girl living on the streets of Venice, Los Angeles.

Personal life[edit]

Grimes began dating British model and musician Josh Beech in March 2012. In December 2012, after nine months of dating, Grimes announced that she and Beech were engaged.[14] They were married on May 10, 2013 in Ashford, Kent, England.[15][16]

Grimes is an atheist.[17]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Cross Road, TheThe Cross Road Bridget
2009 Dead Like Me: Life After Death Jennifer Hardick Direct-to-video
2010 Gun Size Matters Herself Short film
2011 Scream 4 Trudie Cameo appearance
2013 Empire State Eleni
2013 Sugar Sugar
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2004–2008 Degrassi: The Next Generation Darcy Edwards Recurring role (seasons 4–5); main role (seasons 6–7); special guest star (season 8); 40 episodes
2005 Shania: A Life in Eight Albums Eilleen Twain 13–16 years Television film
2005 Biography Teenage Shania Twain Episode: “Shania Twain”
2005 Kevin Hill Katie Lassman Episode: “Sacrificial Lambs”
2005–2007 Naturally, Sadie Arden Alcott Recurring role; 15 episodes
2006 72 Hours: True Crime Teenage girl Episode: “Lust”
2008–2013 90210 Annie Wilson Main role; 114 episodes
2008 Picture This Cayenne Television film
2008 True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet Marissa Dahl Television film
2009 Overruled! Abby Uncredited; episode: “Style Conscience”
2010 Hills, TheThe Hills Herself Episode: “Between a Rocker and a Hard Place”
2012 Punk’d Herself Episode: “Tyler the Creator”
2012 America’s Next Top Model Herself Episode: “The Girl Who Cries Home”
2012 Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model Herself Cycle 8, episode 12
2014 The Hazing Secret Megan Harris Television film
2015 Christmas Incorporated Riley Television film
2016 Sandra Brown’s White Hot Sayre Hoyle Television film
2016 Date with Love Alex Allen Television film
2016 Newlywed and Dead Christine Television film
2017 iZombie Piper Episode: “Dirt Nap Time”
Music video roles
Year Title Artist Notes
2009 All You Did Was Save My Life Our Lady Peace Shot in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
2010 “Myself and I” Shenae Grimes Grimes’ directorial, singing and songwriting debut
2011 “Are You Happy Now?” Megan & Liz As director

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Refs
2006 Young Artist Award Best Young Ensemble Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)
(Shared with: Dalmar Abuzeid, John Bregar, Deanna Casaluce, Daniel Clark, Lauren Collins, Ryan Cooley, Marc Donato, Jake Epstein, Stacey Farber, Aubrey Graham, Jake Goldsbie, Jamie Johnston, Shane Kippel, Andrea Lewis, Mike Lobel, Miriam McDonald, Melissa McIntyre, Daniel Morrison, Adamo Ruggiero, Cassie Steele and Sarah Barrable-Tishauer)
Degrassi: The Next Generation Nominated [18]
2007 Gemini Award Best Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series
(Episode “Eyes Without a Face” pt. 2)
Degrassi: The Next Generation Won [19]
2008 Monaco International Film Festival Best Ensemble Cast
(Shared with: Tommy Lioutas, Garen Boyajian, Bruce Gooch and Sean O’Neill)
The Cross Road Won [20]
2010 Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Female Scene Stealer 90210 Nominated [21]

REBECCA GRIMES

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Actress (11 credits)
 2015/XVI Home (Short) (completed)
Wendy
 2015-2017 Fair City (TV Series)
Hayley Collins

Episode #28.111 (2017) … Hayley Collins
Episode #28.110 (2017) … Hayley Collins
Episode #28.109 (2017) … Hayley Collins
Episode #28.108 (2017) … Hayley Collins
Episode #28.94 (2017) … Hayley Collins
 2014 Riffed
Rachel
 2014 My Whole Half Life (TV Mini-Series)
Marilyn

My Whole Half Life (2014) … Marilyn
 2014 The First Wave (Short)
Nurse
 2013 Vikings (TV Series)
Female Servant #2

All Change (2013) … Female Servant #2
 2013 Ripper Street (TV Series)
Street Walker / Streetwalker

What Use Our Work? (2013) … Street Walker
A Man of My Company (2013) … Streetwalker
 2013 Doghouse (Short)
Debbie Carr
 2012 Meeting on the Stairs
Young Girl
 2009/I Dust (Short)
Young Woman
 2006 The Four Horsemen (Short)
Young woman

Sarah Greene (actress)

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Sarah Greene (actress)

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Sarah Greene
Born 21 July 1984 (1984-07-21) (age 33)
Cork, Ireland[1]
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 2006–present

Sarah Greene (born 21 July 1984)[2] is an Irish actress and singer, best known for portraying Helen McCormick in the West End and Broadway productions of The Cripple of Inishmaan. For her performance in the role, she was nominated for the 2014 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and the 2014 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play. She starred as Hecate Poole in the Showtime and Sky series Penny Dreadful.

Personal life[edit]

Greene was born in Cork, Ireland.[1] She was trained at Cada performing arts and The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, from which she graduated in 2006.

In November 2015, Greene announced her separation from actor Aidan Turner, her boyfriend of five years.[3]

Credits[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2008 Eden Imelda Egan
2009 Love and Savagery Cathleen
2010 My Brothers Rose
2011 The Guard Sinead Mulligan
2014 Noble Middle Christina
2015 Burnt Kaitlin

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Bachelors Walk Table Football Girl #1 Christmas special
2009 Psych Ward Jenny McArdle 2 episodes
2010 Raw Sarah 1 episode
2014 The Assets Laura Episode: “Avenger”
2014 Vikings Judith 3 episodes
2015–2016 Penny Dreadful Hecate Poole Recurring role
2016 Rebellion May Lacey Mini-series
2017 Ransom Maxine Carlson

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Empress of India Kate Town Hall Theatre, Galway
2006 The Year of the Hiker Mary Lacey The Pavilion Theatre, Dublin
2007 Danti Dan Cactus Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford
2009 The Playboy of the Western World Honor Blake Druid Theatre Company
2010 Phaedra Ismene Project Arts Centre, Dublin
2010 Little Gem Amber Peacock Theatre, Dublin
2011 Between Foxrock and a Hard Place Sorcha Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
2011 Cork Opera House, Cork
2012 Alice in Funderland Alice Abbey Theatre, Dublin
2013 The Cripple of Inishmaan[4] Helen McCormick Noël Coward Theatre, London
2014 Cort Theatre, New York
2017 Woyczec Marie Old Vic, London

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Anne Bonny
Performer: “The Parting Glass
Voice
2015 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Cerys an Craite Voice
2016 The Bunker “Mum” Live Action

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2014 Laurence Olivier Award Best Actress in a Supporting Role The Cripple of Inishmaan Nominated
Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Play Nominated
2015 Irish Film and Television Awards Irish Film Board Rising Star Won
Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Film Noble Won
2016 Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role Drama Penny Dreadful Won