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Cressida Bonas

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Cressida Bonas
Born Cressida Curzon Bonas[1]
(1989-02-18) 18 February 1989 (age 28)
Winchester, Hampshire, England[1]
Education Prior Park College
Stowe School
Alma mater Leeds University
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Occupation Actress, dancer, model
Years active 2009–present
Parent(s) Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon
Jeffrey Bonas
Relatives Isabella Anstruther Gough Calthorpe (sister)
Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe (grandfather)

Cressida Curzon Bonas (born 18 February 1989)[2] is an English actress, dancer and model. She is the youngest daughter of Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon and entrepreneur Jeffrey Bonas, and a granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe.

Early life[edit]

Cressida Curzon Bonas was born in Winchester, Hampshire, England, the daughter of old-Harrovian entrepreneur Jeffrey Bonas and 1960s “It girl”, Lady Mary-Gaye Curzon, and granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe.[3] The Bonas family owned textile mills in Castle Gresley and Burton-on-Trent[4] under the company name, “Bonas Brothers”; it closed operations in the 1980s, having produced, as its final line, elastic for women’s tights.[5]

She has seven half-siblings: three paternal half-brothers from her father’s first marriage; one maternal half-sister from her mother’s first marriage; and two maternal half-sisters and a maternal half-brother from her mother’s second marriage, including actress Isabella Calthorpe.[6]

Bonas had a sports scholarship to Prior Park College in Bath, Somerset, and then completed her formal education at Stowe School. She then went on to study Dance at Leeds University graduating with a 2:1, before undertaking post-graduate dance studies at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire in Greenwich.


Whilst at school, Bonas has played cockney housekeeper Mrs. Swabb in Alan Bennett‘s Habeas Corpus, Miss Julie in the eponymous play, and Laura in Tennessee Williams‘s The Glass Menagerie.[7]

Bonas made her first screen appearance in 2009 with a small role in the TV series Trinity. Her theatrical debut came in 2014 at Hay Festival in the play There’s a Monster in the Lake. The play was also staged at the Vault Festival in January 2015.[8] In May and June 2015 Bonas appeared as Laura in the one-woman play, An Evening With Lucian Freud, by Laura-Jane Foley, at the Leicester Square Theatre.[9] Jane Shilling in The Daily Telegraph praised the “charm and energy of Bonas’s performance”.[10] In June 2014 Bonas was rumoured to be going to appear in the film Tulip Fever (2015) as Mrs. Steen.[11]

Bonas was photographed by Mario Testino for Vanity Fair after being included in the magazine’s annual “International Best-Dressed List” in 2014.[12] In January 2015, after modelling for British brand Burberry, Bonas was announced to front the 2015 campaign of fashion company Mulberry. Her work for the brand includes a two-minute-long advertisement released in March that co-stars actor Freddie Fox and is directed by Ivana Bobic.[13]

Personal life[edit]

Bonas has been called an It girl“.[14][15] Bonas was introduced to Prince Harry by Princess Eugenie in May 2012.[16] On 30 April 2014, it was announced that the couple had parted amicably.[17]

Selected credits[edit]


Year Play Role Venue Notes
2014 There’s a Monster in the Lake Wolf Hay Festival [18]
2015 There’s a Monster in the Lake Wolf Vault Festival [19]
2015 The Importance of Being Earnest [20]
2015 An Evening with Lucian Freud Laura Leicester Square Theatre [9]

Film and television[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2009 Trinity Cheerleader [21]
2016 Doctor Thorne Patience Oriel [22]
2017 The Bye Bye Man Sasha [23]
2017 Tulip Fever Mrs. Steen [24]

Cyrina Fiallo

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Cyrina Fiallo

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Cyrina Fiallo
Born (1991-12-29) December 29, 1991 (age 25)[1]
Miami, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present

Cyrina Fiallo is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Vonnie on the Disney Channel sitcom Good Luck Charlie. She also has guest starred on Everybody Hates Chris, Community, Gigantic, Glee, Switched at Birth, Girl Meets World and Supernatural.[2] She also starred in the internet television series My Alibi and The Subpranos, the latter of which she co-wrote, co-directed and co-produced with fellow actress Chrissie Fit.[3]

Born in Miami, Florida, she is of Cuban and Italian descent.[4] She is also a member of the cover group The Girls, made up of fellow actresses Alison Brie and Julianna Guill.[5]

She has appeared and numerous TV commercials for various retailers, such as Allstate, America’s Best, Diet Pepsi, and Subaru.

Her uncle is the iconic Heavy Metal bassist Rudy Sarzo.


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Winter and Spring Aurelia
2010 Delusions of Love: A Case Study in Jealousy and 19th Century Formal Wear Mary Short film
2010 Freeport Beth Short film
2011 Friends 4ever Lisa Short film
2012 je vous adore Claire Short film
2013 It Remains Short film
2014 Killing Poe Wynona Thompson
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Room 401 Debra Episode: “Spare Some Change”
2008 Little Miss CEO Cousin Hilary Unsold TV pilot
2008 Quitters Cyrina Unsold TV pilot
2008 Everybody Hates Chris Gigi Episode: “Everybody Hates Cake”
2009 A Marriage Jenelle Unsold TV pilot
2008–2009 My Alibi Marley Carabello Lead role
2009 My Date Gemma Episode: “Must Love Tech”
2010 My Roommate the Mildred Episode: “Hipster”
2010 The Subpranos Giovana Stratatelli Lead role
2010 Made… The Movie Tuba Lead role, television film
2011 Community Claire Episode: “Early 21st Century Romanticism”
2011 Gigantic Tara Episode: “Scramble”
2012 Switched at Birth Art Student Girl Episode: “The Art of Painting”
2012–2013 Good Luck Charlie Vonnie Recurring role, 7 episodes
2012 Supernatural Delta Mendota Episode: “A Little Slice of Kevin”
2014 Glee Web Critic Episode: “Opening Night
2014 Criminal Minds Jesse Moore Episode: “Angels”
2015 Girl Meets World Miss Oben Episode: “Girl Meets Farkle”
2016 RePlay Sasha Lead Role; go90 original series
 2017 Temporary (TV Series)

Poe Fashion (2017) … Sam
Shady Art Show (2017) … Sam
Sampled (2017) … Sam
The Real Elizabeth Banks (2017) … Sam
 2017 Budding Prospects (TV Movie)
 2016 Rush Hour (TV Series)
Mrs. Ortiz / Lawyer

Knock, Knock… House Creeping! (2016) … Mrs. Ortiz / Lawyer
 2016 The Fosters (TV Series)

Now for Then (2016) … Gabby
 2016 RePlay (TV Series)

Know Your Sound (2016) … Sasha
Too Many People in the DJ Booth (2016) … Sasha
No Requests (2016) … Sasha
Don’t Invite Your Ex (2016) … Sasha
Match Your Beats (2016) … Sasha
 2016 Killing Poe
Wynona Thompson
 2016 We’re Not Alone (TV Series)

Uhhh (2016) … Carly
Fine Madame President (2016) … Carly
Sky Monster Action Planners (2016) … Carly
Pilot (2016) … Carly
Video games
Year Title Role
2013 Grand Theft Auto V The Local Population
2014 The Crew Alita
2015 Call of Duty: Black Ops III Additional Voices



 Actress (38 credits)
 2017 For Honor (Video Game)
Mercy (voice)
 2016 Final Fantasy XV (Video Game)
Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 2016 Dishonored 2 (Video Game)
Delilah Copperspoon (voice)
 2015 Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Pinkerbell / Daphne Blake / Euro Raver Girl

Cheese Puff Mountain (2015) … Pinkerbell / Daphne Blake / Euro Raver Girl (voice)
 2015 Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trespasser (Video Game) (voice)
 2015 Disney Infinity 3.0 (Video Game)
Quorra (voice)
 2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Video Game)
Caetuna (English version, voice, as Erin Cotrell)
 2015 Pacific Edge (Short)
 2014 Doc McStuffins (TV Series)
Rockstar Ruby

The Flimsy Grumpy Bat/Rockstar Ruby and the Toys (2014) … Rockstar Ruby (voice)
 2014 Wildstar (Video Game)
Cassian Female / Mechari Female (voice)
 2012 Dishonored (Video Game)
Delilah Copperspoon – The Knife of Dunwall DLC (voice)
 2012 The Glades (TV Series)
Leslie Vonn

The Naked Truth (2012) … Leslie Vonn
 2012 Starhawk (Video Game)
Tilley Anderson / Crowd (voice)
 2012 Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Video Game)
Quorra (English version, voice)
 2011 Might & Magic Heroes VI (Video Game)
Elisabeth (voice)
 2009 Love Takes Wing (TV Movie)
 2009 Meteor (TV Mini-Series)
Chelsea Hapscomb

 2008 Street Warrior (TV Movie)
Sarah Campbell
 2008 Medium (TV Series)
Madeline McKenzie

Drowned World (2008) … Madeline McKenzie
 2007 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Patty Nelson

Buzzkill (2007) … Patty Nelson
 2007 Numb3rs (TV Series)
Caroline Williams

Pandora’s Box (2007) … Caroline Williams
 2006 Wedding Altered (TV Series)
Maid of Honor

Wedding Altered #3 (2006) … Maid of Honor
 2005 ER (TV Series)

Nobody’s Baby (2005) … Claire
 2005 Faith of My Fathers (TV Movie)
Carol McCain
 2001-2002 Guiding Light (TV Series)
Camille Baptiste

Episode dated 11 January 2002 (2002) … Camille Baptiste
Episode dated 10 January 2002 (2002) … Camille Baptiste
Episode dated 7 January 2002 (2002) … Camille Baptiste
Episode dated 5 September 2001 (2001) … Camille Baptiste
Constance Mercado
 2001 Ed (TV Series)
Amanda Bays

Loyalties (2001) … Amanda Bays
 2000 Strangers with Candy (TV Series)
Relay Team Member

Blank Relay (2000) … Relay Team Member
 1970 All My Children (TV Series)
Marilyn (2000-2001)


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 Actress (25 credits)
 2016 10 Year Reunion (TV Movie)
Rose Crenshaw
 2016 Flaked (TV Series)

Sunset (2016) … Savannah
7th (2016) … Savannah
Electric (2016) … Savannah
 2015 Separated (TV Movie)
 2015/III Truth or Dare (Short)
 2015 Smosh: The Movie
Anna Reed
 2015 Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser (Video)
 2015 Not So Union (TV Series)

We’re Best Friends (2015) … Jennifer
 2014 Switched at Birth (TV Series)
Jennifer / Mandy

You Will Not Escape (2014) … Jennifer
 2013 Chavez Cage of Glory
Jennifer Johnson
 2013 Destruction: Las Vegas (TV Movie)
 2013 The Mindy Project (TV Series)

Mindy’s Birthday (2013) … Jordan
 2012 Bones (TV Series)
College Girl (Lily)

The Bump in the Road (2012) … College Girl (Lily)
 2011 1313: Giant Killer Bees! (Video)
 2011 Desperate Housewives (TV Series)

Making the Connection (2011) … Dakota
 2011 Pair of Kings (TV Series)
Cave Girl

An Ice Girl for Boomer (2011) … Cave Girl
 2011 Law & Order: LA (TV Series)
Beth Garrett

Runyon Canyon (2011) … Beth Garrett
 2011 Just Go with It
Young College Girl
 2010 Criminal Minds (TV Series)

Reflection of Desire (2010) … Sally
 2010 The Middle (TV Series)

Worry Duty (2010) … Inga
 2010 Zeke and Luther (TV Series)
Cute Girl

I, Skatebot (2010) … Cute Girl
 2009 The Forgotten (TV Series)

Canine John (2009) … Julianne
 2009 OMG! Wrong Party! (Short)
Other Drunk Girl
 2008 The Colbert Report (TV Series)
Preacher’s Daughter

Michael Lewis (2008) … Preacher’s Daughter
 2008 Toby Keith: God Love Her (Video short)
Preacher’s daughter
 2008 Zoey 101 (TV Series)

Quinn Misses the Mark (2008) … Gail

Kierstin Koppel

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Kierstin Koppel

Kierstin Koppel was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She is the youngest of three girls. A dancer since the age of three, Kierstin began her career in the entertainment field as a print model. She soon found her passion for acting and began working on student and independent film productions. Kierstin can be seen as a regular host on Rock Star


 Actress (3 credits)
 2010 A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures
Female Turtle #2 (voice)
 2007 Sydney White
Goth Girl

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Actress (18 credits)
 2013 The Gospel of Quinn (Video short)
Quinn’s Neighbor
 2012 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)

The Lion Sleeps Tonight (2012) … Naomi
 2011 L.A. Noire (Video Game)
Karen Hiltscher (voice)
 2011 Bones (TV Series)
Beth Samuel

The Sin in the Sisterhood (2011) … Beth Samuel
 2010 The Phone Charger (Short)
 2010 Justified (TV Series)
Laurie Slade

Fixer (2010) … Laurie Slade
 2008 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Shirley Howe

Rewind (2008) … Shirley Howe
 2008 The Starter Wife (TV Series)

The Diary of a Mad Ex-Housewife (2008) … Waitress
 2008 Air Love (Short)
 2007 Mad Men (TV Series)

New Amsterdam (2007) … Charlotte
 2007/IV Speed Dating (Short)
Cell Phone Woman
 2006 Vanished (TV Series)
WCN Staffer

Warm Springs (2006) … WCN Staffer
The Proffer (2006) … WCN Staffer
The Black Box (2006) … WCN Staffer
 2005 The Closer (TV Series)
Jennifer Russell

Batter Up (2005) … Jennifer Russell
 2004 Seek & Hide (Video short)
Teri (as Kiersten Marie)
 2004 The Breaks (Short)
 2004 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)

Episode #3.85 (2004) … Bride



 Actress (16 credits)
 2018 Silent Life (filming)
Valentino Fan #1
 2017 Law & Order: True Crime (TV Mini-Series) (filming)

Episode #1.1 (2017) … Paula
 2017 Atypical (TV Series) (post-production)

Antarctica (2017) … Riley
 2016 Heaven Is Now
Party Guest #3
 2016 Twisted Sisters
 2016 Manson’s Lost Girls (TV Movie)
 2014 Petals on the Wind (TV Movie)
 2014 Shameless (TV Series)
Upskirt College Girl

The Legend of Bonnie and Carl (2014) … Upskirt College Girl (uncredited)
 2013 Where We Are (Short)
 2013 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Taylor’s Wife

Forget Me Not (2013) … Taylor’s Wife
 2012 Stood Up (Short)
 2012 Julian Blake (Short)
Keisha Montero
 2012 Vegas (TV Series)
Diner Waitress

Exposure (2012) … Diner Waitress
 2012 Open Call (TV Series)

The Audition (2012) … Anna
The Introduction (2012) … Anna

Lynsey Baxter

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Lynsey Baxter

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Lynsey Baxter
Born (1959-05-07) 7 May 1959 (age 58)[1]
London, England

Lynsey Baxter is an English actress. Born in London, she began as a child actress in 1974 and later trained at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). She has worked in theatre, television, film, radio and voiceover.

Baxter trained in reflexology in 1998, while appearing in the television series Dangerfield, and in her spare time worked in hospitals.[2] Additionally she is reported to be a trained remedial masseuse and transpersonal counsellor.[3]



Year Title Role Notes
1981 French Lieutenant’s Woman, TheThe French Lieutenant’s Woman Ernestina
1984 Real Life Jackie
1988 Girl in the Swing, TheThe Girl in the Swing Barbara
1992 Pleasure Principle, TheThe Pleasure Principle Sammy
1996 Cold Light of Day, TheThe Cold Light of Day Milena Tatour
2003 Bone Hunter, TheThe Bone Hunter Henini
2003 Gospel of John, TheThe Gospel of John Mary Magdalene
2005 Can’t Stop Breathing Louise Short


Year Title Role Notes
1974 Little Match Girl, TheThe Little Match Girl Little Match Girl TV film
1976 Peter Pan Jane TV film
1976 Operation Patch Betsy Cosserat TV series
1976 Dickens of London Orfling TV miniseries
1978 Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, TheThe Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Sandy Stranger TV series
1978 Devil’s Crown, TheThe Devil’s Crown Isabella of Angoulême Recurring role
1983 To the Lighthouse Nancy Ramsay TV film
1983 Partners in Crime Lois Hargreaves “The House of Lurking Death”
1984 Horizon Margaret Howard “The Intelligence Man”
1984 Tales of the Unexpected Jane “Accidental Death”
1984 Gentle Touch, TheThe Gentle Touch Sally Wyatt “Mad Dog”
1987 Succubus Jane TV film
1987 Screen Two Mariella “Hedgehog Wedding”
1988 Ray Bradbury Theater, TheThe Ray Bradbury Theater Katherine “Punishment Without Crime”
1988 Screenplay Elizabeth “Starlings”
1988 Bust Sarah Sturgis “Love Bait”
1989 After the War Felicity Hale “Love and Kisses”
1989 Goldeneye Wren Lieutenant TV film
1989 Saracen Juliet Isted “Decoy”
1989 Act of Will Jane Sedgewick “1.4”
1989 Snakes and Ladders Serena “1.5”, “1.6”, “1.7”
1990 Bergerac Joanna Carter “Roots of Evil”
1990 Chancer Victoria Douglas 13
1991 Zorro Rosalinda de la Fuente “The Devil’s Fortress: Parts 1 & 2”
1991 4 Play Zoe “Seduction”
1991 Clarissa Arabella “Bella” Harlowe TV miniseries
1992 Screen Two Madalena “The Grass Arena”
1992 Natural Lies Lucy “1.1”, “1.2”, “1.3”
1992 Boon Karen Verdi “Queen’s Gambit”
1993 Mushroom Picker, TheThe Mushroom Picker Clea TV miniseries
1993 Darling Buds of May, TheThe Darling Buds of May Jasmine Brown “Cast Your Pearls Not Before Swine: Part 2”
1993 Comic Strip Presents…, TheThe Comic Strip Presents… Helen Wilson “Queen of the Wild Frontier”
1993 Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, TheThe Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Margaret Trappe “Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom”
1993 Remember Danielle TV film
1994 I Spy Returns Santina TV film
1994 Broken Lives Duchess of Beaufort TV film
1994 Without Walls Lucrezia Borgia “Lucrezia Borgia Reveals All”
1994 Trial of Lord Lucan, TheThe Trial of Lord Lucan Lady Veronica Lucan TV film
1995 Le blanc à lunettes Lady Makinson TV film
1995 Bugs Sally “Manna from Heaven”
1996 Casualty Sarah Leonard “Chain Reactions”
1996 Pie in the Sky Sasha Wilkes “New Leaf”
1997 Harry Enfield’s Television Programme Miss Baxter “2.3”
1997 Bramwell Laura Talbot “3.7”
1998 Dangerfield Beth Saunders Recurring role
1999 Evil Streak, AnAn Evil Streak Catherine Mereday “1.1”, “1.2”, “1.3”
1999 Psychos Dr. Karen Smith TV miniseries
2000 Gormenghast Cora Groan TV miniseries
2000 Peak Practice Kate Turner Recurring role
2001 Doc Martin Petronella TV film
2001 Judge John Deed Dr. Helena Bellew “Hidden Agenda”
2002 Manchild Marilyn “Four of a Kind”
2003 Hardware Joan “Naked”
2003 Doc Martin and the Legend of the Cloutie Petronella TV film
2003 Absolute Power Virginia Harcourt “Country Life”
2004 Rosemary & Thyme Marcia Pearson “Orpheus in the Undergrowth”
2005 Walk, TheThe Walk Stephanie TV film
2005 Murder in Suburbia Mary Soukis “Salsa”
2005 Egypt Sarah Belzoni TV miniseries
2006 Mayo Sandra “1.4”
2006 Rebus Belinda “The Black Book”
2006 Blue Murder Claire Wray “Make Believe”
2010 Lewis Ursula Van Tassel “Falling Darkness”


Year Title Role Notes
1974 Next of Kin Lucy Lloyd National Theatre[4][5]
1975 Heroes The Girl Royal Court[6][7]
1977 As You Like It Phoebe Royal Shakespeare Company
1977 Cherry Orchard, TheThe Cherry Orchard Anya Nottingham Playhouse[8]
1978 Dance of Death, TheThe Dance of Death Judith [9]
1979 You Never Can Tell Dolly Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith)[3][9]
1979 Master Builder, TheThe Master Builder Hilde Wangel
1979 Brimstone and Treacle Pattie Open Space[10][11]
1980 Romeo and Juliet Juliet African Tour[12]
1981 Heartbreak House Ellie Dunn Royal Exchange[13]
Aunt Dan and Lemon Mindy Royal Court Theatre & New York[3]
1981 Total Eclipse Matilde Verlaine Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith)[14]
Lady from the Sea, TheThe Lady from the Sea Hilde Wangel Royal Exchange, Manchester
Dance of Death, TheThe Dance of Death Judith Royal Shakespeare Company
1994 Les Parents terribles Madeleine National Theatre[15]
Flea in Her Ear, AA Flea in Her Ear Eugenie Nottingham Playhouse
Devil’s Disciple, TheThe Devil’s Disciple The Girl Royal Shakespeare Company
Zycoys, TheThe Zycoys Styopka Royal Shakespeare Company[3]


  • Kind Hearts and Coronets, BBC Radio (1995), as Sybella
  • Abelard and Heloise, BBC Radio (1999)[3]


Jessica Makinson

Jessica Makinson

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Jessica Makinson
Born (1978-11-29) November 29, 1978 (age 38)
Tempe, Arizona, U.S.
Occupation Actress/Comedian
Years active 2001–present

Jessica Makinson (born November 29, 1978) is an American actress, comedian, and improviser known as a series regular for several Comedy Central programs, for voice-over work for animation, and as a sketch player for late night talk shows.

Early life and career[edit]

Makinson graduated from Arizona State University in 2000 with a BA in theater.[1] She then began sketch and improvisation work at ASU. Makinson helped build ASU’s Farce Side Comedy Hour and Barren Mind into on-campus hits with her comedic skills. Soon after graduating, Makinson moved to Los Angeles, where she studied at Improv Olympic, going on to become a stand-out performer in groups like Brand X, King Ten, and The Armando Show.

A go-to girl for Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Makinson guest-starred on their political sitcom That’s My Bush and has contributed voices to their long-running animated series South Park.[2] She has also contributed sketches and characters to ABC‘s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, CBS‘s The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Showtime‘s The Underground.

In 2003, Makinson starred in a season of Comedy Central‘s improv/hidden camera series Trigger Happy TV before landing the role of Eleanor (the weeper) on Spike TV‘s 2004 reality parody Joe Schmo 2. The following year she starred in two pilots, The Hollywood Show for Comedy Central (playing a mock reporter) and The Sportsmen’s News for the Outdoor Channel (playing a mock news co-anchor). In early 2007, Makinson starred in arguably her biggest role to date, Carly Barzak in the short-lived series, Halfway Home.[3]

In December 2007, she appeared in TV commercials for Toshiba HDTV that cross-promoted the movie Shrek the Third.

Makinson also guest-starred in an episode of the Nickelodeon series iCarly entitled “iHave a Lovesick Teacher” as Miss Lauren Ackerman—Carly, Sam, and Freddie’s mean and insane history teacher – and again in “iStage an Intervention” very shortly at the end. She also appears on True Jackson, VP as a rude airline passenger in the episode “Trapped in Paris.” She also appears in Liquid Plumr’s “Double Impact” commercial as an overheated shopper.

 2017 Under the Silver Lake (completed)
Mrs. Sevence
 2017 Bizaardvark (TV Series)
Ms. Bates

Frankie’s Cheating Teacher (2017) … Ms. Bates
 2016 The Great Indoors (TV Series)

Office Romance (2016) … Amy
 2002-2016 South Park (TV Series)
Heidi Turner / Gigi Hadid / Hot Yoga Chick / …

Not Funny (2016) … Heidi Turner (voice)
Members Only (2016) … Heidi Turner (voice)
Oh, Jeez (2016) … Heidi Turner (voice)
Fort Collins (2016) … Heidi Turner (voice)
 2016/V Skin (Short)
 2016 Tosh.0 (TV Series)

Men’s Rights Lawyer (2016) … Mom
 2016 Si, Pipi, Si (TV Series)
 2013-2015 Maron (TV Series)
Michelle Coyote

Ex-Pod (2015) … Michelle Coyote
Internet Troll (2013) … Michelle Coyote
 2012-2014 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
Woman Dating Herself / Valentine’s Day Co-Worker

Kyra Sedgwick/Jon Bernthal/The Dirty Heads (2014) … Woman Dating Herself
Episode #10.121 (2012) … Valentine’s Day Co-Worker
 2014 International Plan (TV Series)
 2013 Psych (TV Series)

Dead Air (2013) … Laura
 2012 The Golden Age (Short)
 2012 Animal Practice (TV Series)

Pilot (2012) … Trudy
 2012 I Am Bad
 2010-2012 Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole (TV Series)
Split-Face Reanimated Corpse / PETU Woman / Bride of Frankenstein / …

Victor Hugo’s Identity! (2012) … Split-Face Reanimated Corpse (voice)
Bram Stoker’s Loud Mouths! (2012) … PETU Woman (voice)
Attack of the Were-Lawrence (2010) … Elke Sommer (voice)
 2012 The Arm (Short)
 2011 Modern Family (TV Series)

Treehouse (2011) … Waitress
 2011 Treatment
 2011 The Selling
 2011 Love Is Retarded (Short)
 2010/II Stakeout (Short)
Jennifer Miller
 2010 True Jackson, VP (TV Series)
Rude Airline Passenger

Trapped in Paris (2010) … Rude Airline Passenger
 2009 The Grean Teem (TV Movie)
Kathy Mint
 2008 Moral Orel (TV Series)
Bloberta’s Mother

Help (2008) … Bloberta’s Mother (voice)
 2008 Young Person’s Guide to History (TV Series)
Elaine (Monsieur Bouffant’s Wife)

Part 1 (2008) … Elaine (Monsieur Bouffant’s Wife)
 2008 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (TV Series)
Mrs. Claire Young

Allison from Palmdale (2008) … Mrs. Claire Young
 2008 The Skooks (Short)
 2008 Turnover (Short)
Carrie Long
 2008 iCarly (TV Series)
Miss Lauren Ackerman

iHave a Lovesick Teacher (2008) … Miss Lauren Ackerman
 2008 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Mary Ann D’Amico

Taxi (2008) … Mary Ann D’Amico
 2007 Halfway Home (TV Series)
Carly Barzac

Halfway Innocent (2007) … Carly Barzac
Halfway Working (2007) … Carly Barzac
Halfway High School (2007) … Carly Barzac
Halfway Scared (2007) … Carly Barzac
Halfway New Guy (2007) … Carly Barzac
 2006/I The Underground (TV Series)
 2005 The Hollywood Show (TV Movie)
 2004 The Joe Schmo Show (TV Series)
Eleanor ‘The Weeper’

Finale (2004) … Eleanor ‘The Weeper’
T.J. Needs T.P. (2004) … Eleanor ‘The Weeper’ (credit only)
Cruiser (2004) … Eleanor ‘The Weeper’ (credit only)
Requiem for a Frog (2004) … Eleanor ‘The Weeper’
Porked and Beans (2004) … Eleanor ‘The Weeper’
 2003 Trigger Happy TV (TV Series)
Series Regular

Episode #1.13 (2003) … Series Regular
Episode #1.12 (2003) … Series Regular
Episode #1.11 (2003) … Series Regular
Episode #1.10 (2003) … Series Regular
Episode #1.9 (2003) … Series Regular