Sofie Norman

Filmography

Actress (23 credits)
 2016 Hauntsville
Karen Martin
 2015 Mercy for Angels
Cathy Lane
 2014 Sholeh (Short)
The Queen
 2013 Feeding Mr. Baldwin
Katrina
 2013 Night of the Templar
Celine
 2012 Vendetta (TV Series)
The Girl

V101: Pilot (2012) … The Girl
 2012 Vendetta (Short)
The Girl
 2011 Easy to Assemble (TV Series)
Signe

48 Hours of Daylight (2011) … Signe
Good Morning Stockholm (2011) … Signe
Finding North (2011) … Signe
 2011/I Wasteland
Brothel Girl
 2011 Weeds (TV Series)
Sigrid

Bags (2011) … Sigrid
 2011 Little Klaus Big World
Swedish Boxing Champion
 2010 Project Purgatory
Olivia
 2009 The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (TV Series)
Feminist Actress

Dennis Quaid/Crossbow Marksmen Mr. And Mrs. G/Paolo Nutini (2009) … Feminist Actress (uncredited)
 2008 Divas of Novella (TV Movie)
Ivana Slash
 2007 Transmorphers (Video)
Rand
 2007 MANswers (TV Series)
Karategirl / Swedish / Various (2007)
 2005 Molly in the World
Kiki
 2004 Codename: Aphrodite (TV Short)
Kasia Nowak
 2004 Camp Slaughter
Alice
 1999 Rederiet (TV Series)
Tjej i hissen

Den som gapar över mycket (1999) … Tjej i hissen (uncredited)
 1999 Pappas flicka (TV Series)
Drömtjej

Ris och ros (1999) … Drömtjej (uncredited)
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TIFFANY TOTH

Filmography

 Actress (4 credits)
 2016 BAD Influencer (TV Series)
Julie

Baby Talk (2016) … Julie
 2015 Chocolate Milk Series (TV Series)
Felicity / Tiffany

Game Night (2015) … Felicity
Surprise (2015) … Tiffany
 2012 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
Sean Spicer’s Escort

Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Academy Awards (2012) … Sean Spicer’s Escort
 2011 Chick Magnet (Video)
Good Times Montage Girl
Hide Hide Show Show Self (9 credits)
 2012 Tosh.0 (TV Series)
Herself

Krispy Kreme (Exclusive Interview) (2012) … Herself
 2012 Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan (TV Series)
Herself

Playboy Playmates (2012) … Herself
Battle of Britain (2012) … Herself
Cesar Conquers London (2012) … Herself
Horrible Hounds of the UK (2012) … Herself
 2012 Shut Up and Play the Hits (Documentary)
Herself
 2012 Playboy Plus (TV Series)
Herself

Tiffany Toth in Your Every Desire (2012) … Herself
 2011 The Daily Habit (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 22 September 2011 (2011) … Herself
 2007-2008 Get Out (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Bloopers and Outtakes (2008) … Herself
Gamboa, Panama (2007) … Herself
El Valle, Panama (2007) … Herself
Santa Clara, Panama (2007) … Herself
 2008 Playboy’s Great American Cybergirl Search (Video documentary)
Herself (as Tiffany)

Claudia Black

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Born Claudia Lee Black
(1972-10-11) 11 October 1972 (age 44)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Actress, voice actress
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) Jamie (m. 2004; div. 2013)
Children 2

Claudia Lee Black (born 11 October 1972) is an Australian actress and voice actress, known for her portrayals of Aeryn Sun in the science fiction series Farscape and Vala Mal Doran in the science fiction series Stargate SG-1, as well as Sharon “Shazza” Montgomery in the film Pitch Black. She has also had several prominent roles in video games, such as Chloe Frazer in the Uncharted series, the witch Morrigan in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age: Inquisition, Daro’Xen in Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, and squadmate Samantha Byrne in Gears of War 3.[2] She also starred in the miniseries Containment.

Early life[edit]

Black was born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She was educated at the Anglican Kambala School, in Sydney, NSW.[3] Black has lived, for extensive periods, in Australia, New Zealand, Spain, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.[3] Her parents are Australian medical academics, Doctors Jules and Judy Black.

Career[edit]

Claudia has acted in Australia and New Zealand in television and movies. She portrayed an intersex woman named Jill Mayhew in the Australian television series Good Guys Bad Guys.[3] She also had a leading role in the New Zealand soap opera City Life playing the role of Greek lawyer Angela Kostapas.[3]

Black gained international recognition for her role in Farscape, and was nominated for a Saturn Award in the Best Actress category in both 2001 and 2002, and won the award in 2005. She has appeared in the feature films Queen of the Damned and Pitch Black. After Farscape ended, Black appeared as Vala Mal Doran in the Stargate SG-1 episode “Prometheus Unbound“; her performance was popular with producers and fans alike, and she was invited to reprise her role in the show’s ninth season when series regular Amanda Tapping went on maternity leave. Black returned to the series as a regular cast member for the tenth and final season, and also starred in Stargate: The Ark of Truth and Stargate: Continuum, films which wrapped up the series’ story lines. Black co-starred with Ben Browder in both series.

In 2004, she was voted “#7 Hottest Scifi Babe” by Scifi WorldNet.

In the NBC TV show Life (2007), Black was cast in the supporting role of Jennifer Conover for the initial pilot.[4] Due to Black’s second pregnancy, the part was recast and the role was given to the actress Jennifer Siebel when the series was bought by the TV network. NBC still used footage of Black, and none of Siebel, when promoting the TV series’ debut.

Popular at sci-fi conventions, Black showed her talent at singing and playing the guitar at the Farscape conventions, and in 2007 sang on the debut album of musician and fellow Farscape actor Paul Goddard.[3]

Black has also appeared in theater. She once played Portia in a tour of the Merchant of Venice.[3] She has also had parts in Spotlight on Women, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Loose Ends and Pick Ups for the Belvoir street theatre; Little Women and The World Knot for the Bicentennial Opera.[3]

Since 2007, Black has also been a prolific video game voice actress. She has gained particular attention for her work with BioWare‘s Dragon Age and Mass Effect series. Her son Odin Black voiced her Dragon Age character’s son in Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Alchemist Agenda Ariel
2000 Pitch Black Sharon ‘Shazza’ Montgomery
2002 Queen of the Damned Pandora
2007 Stolen Life Kieru (voice)
2008 Stargate: Ark of Truth Vala Mal Doran Video
2008 WarGames: The Dead Code R.I.P.L.E.Y. (voice) Video
2008 Stargate: Continuum Vala Mal Doran / Quetesh Video
2011 Rango Angelique (voice)
2012 Justice League: Doom Cheetah (voice) Video
2012 Strange Frame Parker C. Boyd (voice)
2013 Rain from Stars Donna

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Home and Away Sandra “1.1138”, “1.1139”
1993 Seven Deadly Sins TV miniseries
1993 G.P. Joanna “A Thousand Flowers: Parts 1 & 2”
1993 Police Rescue Julia “Double Illusion”
1993–94 Country Practice, AA Country Practice Claire Bonacci Regular role
1996–98 City Life Angela Kostapas Main role
1997 Amazon High Karina TV film
1997 Water Rats Beth Williams “All at Sea”
1997–98 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Cassandra Atlantis“, “Hercules on Trial
1998 Good Guys, Bad Guys Jill Mayhew “Naughty Bits”
1999 Twist in the Tale, AA Twist in the Tale Morgana “Obsession in August”
1999 Steel Angel Kurumi Steel Angel Mikhail (voice) TV series
1999–03 Farscape Officer Aeryn Sun Main role
2000 Xena: Warrior Princess Karina “Lifeblood”
2001 BeastMaster Huna “Wild Child”
2004 Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Aeryn Sun TV miniseries
2004–07 Stargate SG-1 Vala Mal Doran Recurring role
2007 Dresden Files, TheThe Dresden Files Liz Fontaine “The Other Dick”
2008 Moonlight The Cleaner “Sonata”
2010 NCIS Velvet Road “Borderland”
2011 90210 Guru Sona “It’s Getting Hot in Here”, “All About a Boy”, “Revenge with the Nerd”
2012 Haven Moira “Magic Hour: Parts 1 & 2”
2014 Rick and Morty Ma-Sha (voice) “Raising Gazorpazorp”
2015 Originals, TheThe Originals Dahlia Recurring role
2016 Containment Sabine Lommers Main role

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Farscape: The Game Aeryn Sun
2003 Lords of EverQuest Lady Briana
2005 God of War Artemis
2005 Neopets: The Darkest Faerie Fauna
2006 Project Sylpheed Narrator
2007 Conan A’Kanna
2007 Crysis Helena
2009 Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Chloe Frazer
2009 Dragon Age: Origins Morrigan
2010 Mass Effect 2 Various
2010 Final Fantasy XIV Narrator
2011 TERA: The Exiled Realm of Arborea Elf Commander Fraya
2011 Gears of War 3 Sam Byrne
2011 Rage Mel / Sally
2011 Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Chloe Frazer
2012 Mass Effect 3 Adm. Daro’Xen vas Moreh / Matriarch Aethyta
2012 Diablo III Cydaea, Mistress of Pain
2012 Amazing Spider-Man, TheThe Amazing Spider-Man Whitney Chang
2014 Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Cydaea, Mistress of Pain
2014 Destiny Tess Everess
2014 Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Queen Marwen
2014 Dragon Age: Inquisition Morrigan
2016 Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Chloe Frazer Multiplayer only
2016 Gears of War 4 Samantha Byrne
2016 World of Final Fantasy Leviathan
2016 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Audrey ‘Mac’ MaCullum
2017 Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Chloe Frazer

Awards[edit]

Anne Marie DeLuise

Anne Marie DeLuise

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Anne Marie DeLuise
Born Anne Marie Loder
(1969-08-03) August 3, 1969 (age 47)
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1993–present
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Spouse(s) Peter DeLuise (m. 2002)
Children 1

Anne Marie DeLuise (born August 3, 1969) is a Canadian actress.

Career[edit]

DeLuise has had a number of supporting roles in film and television. Her most notable roles are Dr. Greene in Fifty Shades of Grey[1] and Mrs. Briggs on Strange Empire,[2] a role which won her a Leo Award.[3]

Personal life[edit]

DeLuise is from St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. She is married to actor and director Peter DeLuise. On April 11, 2004, the couple’s son named Jake Dominick was born.[4][5]

Filmography[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
2015 Leo Awards Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series Strange Empire Won [3]

THERESA JUNE-TAO

Filmography

Actress (36 credits)
 2017 Crossed Lines (completed)
June Singha
 2016 13 Days
Smith
 2015 Don’t Be a Drip (Short)
Yoga Girl
 2015 The Jewelry Box (Short)
Christine Tao
 2015 NCIS (TV Series)
Chrissy

Patience (2015) … Chrissy
 2015/I The Return (Short)
Bit
 2014 Mile Marker Seven
Smith
 2014/III The Courier (Short)
Agency Driver
 2014 Asteroid vs Earth (TV Movie)
Navigator
 2014 Android Cop
Officer Nichols
 2013 Sister Dirty (TV Series)
Suk Yu Now

Doctors Office (2013) … Suk Yu Now
 2013 Paranormal Whacktivity
Dance Instructor
 2013 Movie Star Idol (TV Series)
Baroka’s Asst
 2013 Go On (TV Series)
Make Up Artist

Win at All Costas (2013) … Make Up Artist
 2012 The Silicon Assassin Project (TV Series)
Female Soldier #3

The Wall (2012) … Female Soldier #3
 2012 TKO (Short)
Ring Girl
 2011 Dance Fu
Cinnamon
 2011 Bones (TV Series)
FBI Tech

 2011/I Wasteland
Lee
 2011 Battle of Los Angeles (Video)
Lt. Solano
 2011 Repeat Offenders: Jamais Vu
Koneko Kim
 2010 Eight Minutes (Short)
Bookworm
 2010 The Magic Dragon (Short)
Ms. Lee
 2010 Perfect Combination
Fly Girl #1
 2010 Evolution (Short)
Lu
 2010 You Can’t Do That on the Internet (Video short)
Leslie
 2009 K-Town
Rival Yoga Instructor
 2009/I The Anniversary
Ivy
 2009 Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (Video)
All Star Jaguar Dancer (uncredited)
 2009 The Romantic Foibles of Esteban (TV Series)
Receptionist

Yoked (2009) … Receptionist
 2009 Why Am I Doing This?
Theresa – Laughing Girl
 2008 Dirty Jokes the Movie (Video)
 2008 Dangerous Worry Dolls (Video)
Inmate
 2007 Roommates (TV Series)
Chloe (2007-2008)

Tatyana Ali

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Tatyana Ali

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Tatyana Ali
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Ali at the Streamy Awards on April 11, 2010
Born Tatyana Marisol Ali
(1979-01-24) January 24, 1979 (age 38)
North Bellmore, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress, fashion modeling, singer
Years active 1985–present
Spouse(s) Vaughn Rasberry (m. 2016)
Children 1
Musical career
Genres
Labels

Tatyana Marisol Ali (born January 24, 1979) is an American actress, model and R&B singer, who is best known for her role as Ashley Banks on the NBC sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air from 1990 to 1996. She starred as Tyana Jones on the TV One original sitcom Love That Girl!, and had a recurring role as Roxanne on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless from 2007 to 2013.

Early life[edit]

Ali was born in North Bellmore, New York, the eldest daughter (she has two younger sisters: Anastacia and Kimberly) of Sheriff and Sonia Ali.[1] Her mother is Afro-Panamanian[2][3] and her father is Indo-Trinidadian.[3][4]

Career[edit]

By the age of six, she had begun her acting career, as a regular child performer on Sesame Street starting in 1985, even appearing with Herbie Hancock in a musical number. She also appeared twice on Star Search. She made her breakthrough when she was cast as Ashley Banks for the television sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in 1990. She sang on various episodes of the show, including a heavily altered version of Aretha Franklin‘s “Respect” and the original song, “Make Up Your Mind” produced by Robert Jerald of N’Spyre Music Productions. Will Smith asked her if she seriously considered pursuing a musical career. Despite her singing ability, she concentrated on her acting career on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air the next few years. In the final season of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1995–96), Ali began preparing herself for her musical debut. The result was the album Kiss The Sky, which was certified gold in early 1999. The album spawned the hit song “Daydreamin'”, released July 21, 1998, produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the UK Singles Chart.

The album spawned two further UK hits, “Boy You Knock Me Out”, featuring Will Smith, which peaked at No. 3 and is her biggest hit to date; and “Everytime”, which was her third top 20 hit in the UK, peaking at No. 20. She made an appearance in Smith’s album Willennium for the track “Who Am I” with MC Lyte. Along with her musical career, Ali kept acting in many films. She had the chance to work with recognized film directors such as Takeshi Kitano (Brother), Rodrigo Garcia (Mother and Child), among others. In 2005, she completed work on the film Glory Road and starred in the music video for Nick Cannon and Anthony Hamilton’s “Can I Live?” as Cannon’s mother. In early 2008, she performed on the song “Yes We Can“, a will.i.am project supporting Barack Obama‘s presidential campaign. She also appeared in the subsequent music video which gained coverage on the “What the Buzz” segment of ABC‘s World News Now.

She also performed the title song, “Sunny Valentine” along with Terrence Quaites for the indie film, Rockin’ Meera directed by Param Gill in 2005. In 2009 and 2010 she produced and starred in the BET web show, Buppies. She is currently on recurring status on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless as Roxanne.[5]

Ali can be seen in the show, Love That Girl! on TV One. She stars as Tyana (which comes from the last five letters of her name). When asked if the character bears any similarities to her, Ali said in a CaribPress interview, “She’s a bit neurotic and I hope I am not quite like that.”[6]

“One thing that I do love about her is that she is really multidimensional,” she went on to say in the same interview. “I think it’s nice to have a female character that is portrayed in (a) really holistic way.”[6]

Ali also starred in Nora’s Hair Salon and Nora’s Hair Salon 2: A Cut Above. In 2011, Ali received the Living Legacy Award from the Caribbean Heritage Organization in Los Angeles.[6][7] In 2012, Ali appeared as a guest on The Eric Andre Show.[8] Ali’s most recent role, as of January 15, 2013, is starring as Maya, along with Craig Wayans and Damien Dante Wayans, in the BET comedy, Second Generation Wayans.

In January 2014, Ali released a new EP entitled Hello, with her first single being “Wait For It”, which she also performed on The Arsenio Hall Show on February 4, 2014.

In July 2016, Ali sued Warner Bros claiming that the company used her idea for the show The Real after she pitched the concept in December 2012.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Ali attended Harvard University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in African-American studies and government in 2002.[10] She traveled the United States as a spokesperson for Barack Obama‘s 2008 presidential campaign and headed voter registration drives at college campuses.[11][12] In 2012, she continued showing her support.[13]

Ali was in a relationship with actor Jonathan Brandis from 1996[14] to 1999. In March 2016, Ali revealed that she was engaged to Vaughn Rasberry, assistant professor of English at Stanford University and they were expecting their first child.[15] She and Rasberry married on July 17, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.[16][17] The couple welcomed a son, Edward Aszard Rasberry, on September 16, 2016.[18]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Eddie Murphy Raw Eddie’s Sister Sketch Segment
1988 Crocodile Dundee II Park Girl
1988 Wow, You’re a Cartoonist! Child Cartoonist Short film; direct-to-video release
1997 Fakin’ da Funk Karyn
1997 Kiss the Girls Janell Cross
1998 The Clown at Midnight Monica
1999 Jawbreaker Brenda
2000 Brother Latifa
2001 The Brothers Cherie Smith
2003 National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze Claire
2004 Nora’s Hair Salon Lilleana
2005 Back in the Day Alicia Packer
2005 Domino One Laeticia Richards
2006 Glory Road Tina Malichi
2006 A Warm Place Clair Andrews Short film
2007 The List Cynthia
2008 Down & Out Short film
2008 Nora’s Hair Salon 2: A Cut Above Lilleana
2008 Hotel California Jessie
2009 Mother and Child Maria
2010 Pete Smalls Is Dead Cocktail Waitress
2012 Privileged Talia
2012 Dysfunctional Friends Alex
2012 Home Again Marva Johnson
2013 24 Hour Love Simply
2013 The Last Letter Jillian
2013 Dear Secret Santa Jennifer
2014 The Divorce
2014 Locker 13 Lucy
2014 Comeback Dad Nima
2015 Fatal Flip Roslyn
2015 November Rule Leah

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985/90 Sesame Street Tatyana 5 episodes
1989 Wally and the Valentines Jamaica Valentine Special
1989 A Man Called Hawk Michelle Episode: “Life After Death”
1989 The Cosby Show Girl Episode: “Shall We Dance?
1990–96 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Ashley Banks 147 episodes
1992 Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Herself Episode: “The Nefarious Nobel Napper”
1993 Getting By Nicole Alexander/Vanessa Episodes: “Turnabout Dance”, “Back to Nature”
1994 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Laura Turner/Connie Turner Episode: “The Tale of the Quicksilver
1994 TV’s Funniest Families Herself as a Host Special
1995 In the House Ashley Banks Episode: “Dog Catchers”
1996 Living Single Stephanie James Episode: “Whatever Happened to Baby Sister?”
1996 Kidz in the Wood Rita
1996 Fall Into Darkness Sharon McKay
1997 413 Hope St. Kai Episode: “Heartbeat”
2002 Fastlane Shelly Episode: “Girls Own Juice”
2003 Half & Half Olivia Episode: “The Big Condom-nation Episode”
2007 On the Lot Girl Episode: “11 Cut to 10 & 10 Directors Compete”; segment: “First Sight”
2007–13 The Young and the Restless Roxanne Recurring role; 53 episodes
2010–14 Love That Girl! Tyana Jones Lead role
2012 The Eric Andre Show Herself Episode: “Tatyana Ali”
2013 Second Generation Wayans Maya
2015 Key & Peele Heresa Season 5 Episode 8: “Hollywood Sequel Doctor”
2016 Zoe Ever After Ashley King

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album Chart
1998 Kiss the Sky #47 US, #41 UK
2014 Hello (EP)

Singles[edit]

Year Song U.S. U.S. R&B UK[19] NZ[20] FRA[21] NL[22] Album
1998 “Daydreamin'” 6[23] 5 6 3 Kiss the Sky
“Boy You Knock Me Out” (featuring Will Smith) 68 3 12 32 77
1999 “Everytime” 118 73 20

Tessa Thompson

Tessa Thompson

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Thompson at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con
Born Tessa Lynne Thompson
(1983-10-03) October 3, 1983 (age 33)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, musician
Years active 2002–present

Tessa Lynne Thompson (born October 3, 1983)[1] is an American actress and musician. She played Jackie Cook on the television series Veronica Mars, Sara Freeman in the period crime drama Copper, Nyla Adrose in the film For Colored Girls, civil rights activist Diane Nash in Selma, and Bianca in Creed. She stars as Charlotte Hale on the HBO series Westworld.

Early life[edit]

Thompson was born in Los Angeles, California, and raised there and in Brooklyn, New York City.[2] Her father, singer/songwriter Marc Anthony Thompson of the musical collective Chocolate Genius, Inc.,[2] is of Panamanian descent and her mother is of Mexican and European descent.[3] She attended Santa Monica High School and then Santa Monica College, where she studied cultural anthropology.[4]

Career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

In 2002, Thompson made her professional stage debut in Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company’s production of The Tempest. In 2003, Thompson appeared as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet: Antebellum New Orleans, 1836 with The Theatre @ Boston Court in Pasadena, California, which earned her an NAACP Theatre Award nomination.[4]

In 2016 she appeared in the off-Broadway run of the Lydia R. Diamond play Smart People at Second Stage Theatre, alongside Mahershala Ali, Joshua Jackson and Anne Son.[5]

Television[edit]

Thompson at the 46th NAACP Image Awards Nominee Press Conference.

Thompson made her first TV appearance in a 2005 episode of the CBS series Cold Case in the role of a bootlegging lesbian from the 1930s. In the same year, she rose to fame as she landed the role of Jackie Cook on the UPN/CW neo-noir drama series Veronica Mars, starring as a series regular for the show’s second season.[4][3] In 2006, she appeared on the ABC medical drama Grey’s Anatomy. In 2007, she was a part of the cast on the CW’s short-lived drama Hidden Palms, portraying Nikki Barnes. She worked on guest star roles on Life and Private Practice, and appeared in the fourth season of Heroes.

In 2010, she had a guest role as the wife of a detective on Detroit 187. In 2012, she had a guest role as Gavin Doran’s daughter, Sasha, on 666 Park Avenue. In 2013, she starred in BBC America‘s first original series Copper.[4] In 2016 she had a guest role in three episodes of Westworld.

Film[edit]

With Sylvester Stallone and Michael B. Jordan promoting Creed in November 2015

Thompson’s first feature film appearance was in the 2006 remake of the horror film When a Stranger Calls playing the role of Scarlet. Thompson was next seen opposite Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the dancing film Make it Happen in 2008.

In 2010, Thompson appeared in Tyler Perry‘s stage play adaptation For Colored Girls after she directly approached Perry to be cast in the film.[4] In 2014, she starred in Justin Simien‘s Sundance winner Dear White People, and played civil rights activist Diane Nash in Ava DuVernay‘s Martin Luther King, Jr. biopic Selma.[6] In 2015, she appeared in Ryan Coogler‘s Rocky spin-off-sequel film Creed.[3] Also in 2015, she appeared in Nate Ruess short film The Grand Romantic.[7] In April 2016, it was announced that Thompson had been cast in the upcoming superhero film Thor: Ragnarok set for release on November 3, 2017.[8] In May 2016, Thompson was revealed to be portraying Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok.[9]

Music[edit]

Thompson has produced music as part of the electro band Caught A Ghost. The band provided songs for the film Dear White People, [6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 When a Stranger Calls Scarlet
2008 Make It Happen Dana
2008 Human Contract, TheThe Human Contract Waitress
2009 Mississippi Damned Kari Peterson
2010 Everyday Black Man[citation needed] Claire
2010 Exquisite Corpse Liz
2010 For Colored Girls Nyla Adrose
2011 Periphery[citation needed] Caitlin
2011 Red & Blue Marbles[citation needed] Becca
2012 Murder on the 13th Floor[citation needed] Nia Palmer
2013 South Dakota[citation needed] Chris
2013 Automotive[citation needed] Maggie
2014 Grantham & Rose Wallis
2014 Dear White People Samantha “Sam” White
2014 Selma Diane Nash
2015 Creed Bianca
2016 War on Everyone Jackie Hollis
2017 Thor: Ragnarok Valkyrie Post-production
2018 Annihilation Post-production
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Valkyrie Post-production
2018 Sorry to Bother You Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Cold Case Wilhemina “Billie” Doucette Episode: “Best Friends”
2005–2006 Veronica Mars Jackie Cook Regular role (12 episodes)
2006 Grey’s Anatomy Camille Travis Episodes: “Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response”, “Losing My Religion“,
2006 Initiation of Sarah, TheThe Initiation of Sarah Esme TV film
2007 Hidden Palms Nikki Barnes Main role (7 episodes)
2008 Life Liza Episode: “Trapdoor”
2009 Mental Lainey Jefferson Episode: “Lines in the Sand”
2009 Private Practice Zoe Episodes: “Yours, Mine & Ours”, “Strange Bedfellows”
2009 Heroes Rebecca Taylor Episodes: “Hysterical Blindness“, “Strange Attractors“, “Shadowboxing
2009 Three Rivers Penelope Kirkell Episode: “A Roll of the Dice”
2010 Betwixt Jenny TV film
2010 Blue Belle Blue Lead role (5 episodes)
2010–2011 Detroit 1-8-7 Lauren Washington Episodes: “Local Hero/Overboard”, “Home Invasion/Drive-By”, “Blackout”
2011 Off the Map Sydney Episode: “A Doctor Time Out”
2011 Rizzoli & Isles FBI Agent Anna Farrell Episode: “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother”
2012–2013 666 Park Avenue Sasha Doran Recurring role (5 episodes)
2012–2013 Copper Sara Freeman Main role (19 episodes)
2016 BoJack Horseman Tanisha (voice) Episode: “Love And/Or Marriage”
2016 Westworld Charlotte Hale 5 episodes

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2009 American Black Film Festival Best Actor Mississippi Damned Won[10]
2011 Black Reel Awards Best Breakthrough Performance For Colored Girls Won[11]
2014 Gotham Awards Breakthrough Actor Dear White People Won[12]
2014 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Dear White People Nominated[13]
2014 Black Reel Awards Best Actress Dear White People Nominated[14]
2015 African-American Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Creed Won[15]

SAMANTHA COPE

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Filmography

Actress (22 credits)
 2017 Workaholics (TV Series)
Laura

Faux Chella (2017) … Laura
 2017 Insecure (TV Series)
Brooke

Episode #2.7 (2017) … Brooke
Hella Open (2017) … Brooke
Episode #2.8 (2017) … Brooke
Episode #2.5 (2017) … Brooke
Hella Great (2017) … Brooke
 2016 The Last Bid
Molly
 2015 Master of None (TV Series)
Joan

Indians on TV (2015) … Joan (as Samantha Cote)
 2015 NCIS (TV Series)
Heather

Patience (2015) … Heather
 2015 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Clair

Bridge to Tomorrow (2015) … Clair
 2014 obSETHed (TV Series)
Vicki

A Vodka Symphony in Six Parts (2014) … Vicki
 2013 La Verdad: Beginnings (TV Series)
Niche

 2012 Mac & Devin Go to High School
Jasmine (as Samantha Cole)
 2012 Body of Proof (TV Series)
Jazmin Montoya

Mind Games (2012) … Jazmin Montoya
 2010 Movin’ In
Samantha
 2010 The Secret Life of the American Teenager (TV Series)
Young Woman

She Went That A’way (2010) … Young Woman
 2009 30 Days to Die
Vanessa
 2009 Secret Girlfriend (TV Series)
Chloe

You Get a New Girlfriend (2009) … Chloe
 2009 Kate So Far (TV Movie)
Veronica
 2009 Cougar Town (TV Series)
Girl

Pilot (2009) … Girl
 2009 The Lake (TV Series)
Alexis

Summer Questions (2009) … Alexis
Summer Kisses (2009) … Alexis
Summer Ends (2009) … Alexis
Summer Confessions (2009) … Alexis
Summer Revelations (2009) … Alexis
 2009 Tease (TV Series)
Betty

Tease ‘Em, Honey (2009) … Betty
Marie’s First Time (2009) … Betty
Naked Ambition (2009) … Betty
 2009 Hannah Montana (TV Series)
Theresa Hartman

Promma Mia (2009) … Theresa Hartman
 2009 Private (TV Series)
Noelle Lange

Episode #1.9 (2009) … Noelle Lange
Episode #1.7 (2009) … Noelle Lange
Episode #1.6 (2009) … Noelle Lange
Episode #1.5 (2009) … Noelle Lange
Episode #1.4 (2009) … Noelle Lange
 2007 Drake & Josh (TV Series)
Andrea

The Really Big Shrimp: Part 1 (2007) … Andrea

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Filmography

 Actress (8 credits)
 2016 Blood Is Blood
Store Manager
 2013 Deadly Revenge
Sophia
 2012 Undercovers (TV Series)
Asra

The Reason (2012) … Asra
 2012 Mont Reve
Ria Morozova
 2011 The Protector (TV Series)
Receptionist

Revisions (2011) … Receptionist
 2010 One Test Two Trust (Short)
Rebecca
 2010 Perfect Combination
Bathroom Girl #2
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2017 E! Live from the Red Carpet (TV Series)
Herself – YouTube Beauty VLogger

The 2017 Academy Awards (2017) … Herself – YouTube Beauty VLogger