LISA KAY JENNINGS

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Filmography

 Actress (10 credits)
 2016 World of Final Fantasy (Video Game)
Tama (English version, voice)
 2015 End of the Road (Short)
Lisa
 2014 Pterodactyl Surprise (TV Series)
Lisa

Pterodactyl Surprise (2014) … Lisa
 2011 Sarah and the Sock Puppet (Short)
Sarah
 2011 Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior (TV Series)
Jane

Jane (2011) … Jane
 2009 Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Dakota Fanning

 2009 The World of Cory and Sid (TV Series)
Sally

Missionary (2009) … Sally
 2009/I Dead Love (Short)
Josephine
 2009 Men, Interrupted (TV Movie)
Stephanie Winters
 2008 Y Not (Short)
Kelly
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LISA MARIE KOROLL

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Filmography

  Actress (7 credits)
 2017 In aller Freundschaft – Die jungen Ärzte (TV Series)
Cora Gottschalk

Zwei linke Hände (2017) … Cora Gottschalk
 2006-2017 Circle of Life (TV Series)
Clara Hofer / Clara Kleist

Zu früh für diese Welt (2017) … Clara Kleist
Falsche Tatsachen (2017) … Clara Kleist
Falscher Alarm (2016) … Clara Kleist
Aus und vorbei (2016) … Clara Kleist
Neues Leben (2016) … Clara Kleist
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2016 Das Spiel beginnt! (TV Series)
Herself

Folge 5 (2016) … Herself
 2014 Morgenmagazin (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 23 December 2014 (2014) … Herself
 2014 Tigerenten Club (TV Series)
Herself

Bibi und Tina (2014) … Herself
 2007 Grand Prix der Thüringer (TV Movie)
Herself (as Lisa-Marie Werner)

LISA MARIE KURBIKOFF

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Filmography

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 1993 The Cool Surface
Partygoer
Hide Hide Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (1 credit)
 2003 Rent Control (TV Movie) (still photographer – as Lisa Marie Elwes)
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 2003 Rent Control (TV Movie) (associate producer – as Lisa Marie Elwes)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2003 Wonderland (crime scene photos – as Lisa Marie Kubikoff)

Valerie Tian

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Valerie Tian

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Valerie Tian
Born (1989-04-21) April 21, 1989 (age 28)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Valerie Tian (born April 21, 1989) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her role as Su-Chin in Juno.

Early life[edit]

Tian was born in 1989 in Vancouver, Canada, she is of Chinese descent. Her mother was a teacher of Chinese literature and history.[1]

Career[edit]

Tian auditioned for Canadian director Mina Shum in the summer of 2001, while Shum was casting for Long Life, Happiness and Prosperity, and won the leading role of Mindy Ho. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2002, and was shown at the Sundance Film Festival and LA Asian American Film Festival in 2003.

In 2004, she played alongside Jean-Claude Van Damme in the action movie Wake of Death. She also had a cameo appearance in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, and leading roles in the Wake of Death and the short film, Chika’s Bird. She also appeared as an X kid in X2 and X-Men United, and as an elf in Disney’s Santa Clause 2.

Tian was a series regular on the Warner Brothers’ television series, Black Sash, and appeared in a cameo role in the ABC series The Days. She is currently a series regular on the CTV series, “Motive.”

Personal life[edit]

Tian has said that, “When I do have free time I try to find random, new things and I am obsessed with learning new things and meeting new people. I do martial arts and running. I like to sew and design. I definitely like to look up new music. I spend a lot of time doing that and I like to produce my own”.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Long Life, Happiness & Prosperity Mindy Lum
2004 Chika’s Bird Chika Short film
2004 Wake of Death Kim
2005 Bob the Butler Sophie
2007 Blue Aya Short film
2007 Juno Su-Chin
2008 Drillbit Taylor Brooke Nguyen
2008 Dim Sum Funeral Emily
2009 Jennifer’s Body Chastity
2010 Triple Dog Kayla
2011 Moth Diaries, TheThe Moth Diaries Charley
2012 21 Jump Street Burns
2013 A.C.O.D. Kieko
2013 Words and Pictures Emily
2015 Even Lambs Have Teeth Mandy
2015 Beyond Redemption Dodo
2016 Come and Find Me Student

 2016  THE LONELY NIGHT OF HOME  TATIANA

2017   

DEAD SHACK  LISA
Moving Parts (post-production)
Zhenzhen

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Black Sash Claire Rodgers Regular role
2006 Broken Trail Ging Wa TV miniseries
2006 Whistler Kimmy Leung “Lies and Whispers”
2006 Three Moons Over Milford Martine “Pilot”
2007 L Word, TheThe L Word Dierdre “Lexington and Concord”
2007 Anna’s Storm Franny TV film
2007 Bionic Woman Aoki “The Education of Jaime Sommers”
2007 Aliens in America Nicole “The Metamorphosis”, “Homecoming”
2010 Boy Who Cried Werewolf, TheThe Boy Who Cried Werewolf Debbie TV film
2010 Shattered Liz “In the Dark”
2011-2012 Secret Life of the American Teenager, TheThe Secret Life of the American Teenager Wendy Recurring role
2012-2013 Arrow Morgan “Damaged”, “Trust But Verify”, “The Huntress Returns”
2014 Motive Officer Wendy Sung Regular role
2015 Backstrom Bethany “Bogeyman”
2015 Magicians, TheThe Magicians Healer Fay TV series
2016 Supernatural Ambriel The Devil in the Details

Lisa Ray

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Lisa Ray

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Lisa Ray
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Ray at the launch of TLC Oh My Gold in 2012
Born Lisa Rani Ray
(1972-04-04) April 4, 1972 (age 45)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada[1][2]
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2001—present
Spouse(s) Jason Dehni (m. 2012)
Website lisaraniray.com

Lisa Rani Ray (born April 4, 1972)[1] is a Canadian actress, model, television host, philanthropist and social activist. In 2005 she appeared in the Canadian film Water, which premièred at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2008 she starred alongside Sheetal Sheth in the romance films I Can’t Think Straight and The World Unseen.

Ray made her Indian cinematic debut in 1994 with the Tamil film Nethaji, alongside Sarath Kumar, in which she appeared in a brief role. In 2001 she appeared in the Bollywood film Kasoor alongside Aftab Shivdasani. In 2002 she acted in the Telugu film Takkari Donga, alongside Mahesh Babu. On 16 November 2010, TLC India announced that it would film a new 5-part series, Oh My Gold, with Ray. It premiered in 2011. The series Oh My Gold was set against the cultural-yet-contemporary backdrop of India. Uncovering the beauty of various cities, Ray played both a host and a travel guide. In 2016, Ray appeared in Ram Gopal Varma‘s biographical Veerappan.[3]

Early life[edit]

Ray was born in Toronto to a Bengali Hindu father and a Polish mother[4] and grew up in the suburb of Etobicoke. She spoke Polish with her maternal grandmother and watched movies of Federico Fellini and Satyajit Ray with her cinephile dad.[2] She spent some time of her childhood in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta).[5]

She excelled academically, doing five years of high school in four, while attending three different high schools: Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Richview Collegiate Institute, and Silverthorn Collegiate Institute.[6]

Career[edit]

1987–2000[edit]

Ray came to public attention when she appeared in an advertisement for Bombay Dyeing wearing a high-cut black swimsuit in the 1990s,[7][8][9] opposite Karan Kapoor.[10]

Subsequently, she returned to Canada to attend university to study journalism, but a car accident that injured her mother derailed those plans. Instead, she returned to India, where she appeared on the cover of Glad Rags wearing a red Baywatch-style swimsuit. The sensation that caused led to more magazine covers, spokesperson deals, and a job as host of her own show-business program. A Times of India poll named her the “ninth most beautiful woman of the millennium,” the only model in the top ten.[6] She also anchored the TV show Star Biz on Star Movies, with actor/model Kelly Dorji. Lisa also appeared in a desert-themed music video for the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Aafreen Aafreen, and then took an assignment to anchor a TV show.[citation needed]

2001–2009[edit]

Lisa Ray being interviewed on The Hour.

After turning down a number of roles,[11] Ray made her Indian Film Industry debut in 2001 with the Hindi film Kasoor, opposite Aftab Shivdasani,[10] in which her voice was dubbed by Divya Dutta, because she could not speak Hindi.[12] Her work in that film caught the eye of Deepa Mehta, who cast Ray in the romantic Indian-Canadian romp Bollywood/Hollywood, in 2002.[2]

Realizing that acting was something that she wanted to pursue more seriously, Ray moved to London to concentrate on a career in the performing arts. While there, Ray studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama, the London Centre for Theatre Studies, the Desmond Jones school of Physical Theatre, and BADA. She graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA), in 2004, with a post-graduate degree in acting.[13] While studying, Ray made a conscious effort to not accept any film offers until she had graduated. However, while still at ALRA, she received another call from Deepa Mehta, who made her an offer she simply could not refuse—the lead role of Kalyani in Mehta’s highly controversial and much-anticipated feature Water.[13]

In 2005, Ray worked again with Mehta, in the Oscar-nominated film Water, in which she spoke her lines in Hindi, although her voice was dubbed in the final cut.[12] Since then, Ray has worked in productions from Canada, Europe, and the United States. Past roles include a farm girl in All Hat, a school teacher in A Stone’s Throw, a housewife in 1950s-apartheid South Africa in The World Unseen, and an Arab lesbian in the humorously titled I Can’t Think Straight, directed by Shamim Sarif. “I think every film that I’ve done so far has been a turning point because I experimented with each one and grew professionally. The movies I chose, dealt with a lot of thought-provoking subjects.”[14]

After graduation, Ray based herself out of Milan, Paris, and New York from 2004–2008, returning to Toronto upon her mother’s death in late 2008.[13] In 2007, Ray completed filming for Kill Kill Faster Faster, which is a contemporary film noir inspired by the critically acclaimed novel of the same name, by Joel Rose. She appeared in a few uninhibited sex scenes, “something unheard of for an artist from India.”[15] She guest-starred in the USA Network series Psych, directed by Jay Chandrasekhar, which aired on 30 November 2009. She also appeared in a guest role of a reporter, Dominique Ball in Defendor.

Ray attended the Toronto International Film Festival in support of her work in Cooking with Stella. At this event, Ray revealed that she has multiple myeloma with the media and the public. At the same time, Ray started an acclaimed blog, The Yellow Diaries, chronicling her cancer experience.

“I believe it can be cured,” Ray wrote on her blog. “That’s the Dirty Realist in me… I’m getting better. My prognosis, given my ‘junior’ status and stage of disease, is very good. I’m aiming for full remission.”

Ray went on to help raise funds for the establishment of the first research chair for multiple myeloma at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto. She took part in Plan Canada’s Because I am a Girl campaign, a global movement that fights for the rights of girls around the world who face discrimination because of their gender and age.[citation needed]

2010[edit]

On Christmas in 2009, Ray received a stem cell transplant to treat her rare cancer. In April 2010, she announced she was cancer-free due to the transplant. She gave a candid interview on her personal cancer trauma and surviving it, appearing on the cover of the 2010 anniversary issue of the Indian men’s luxury magazine The Man.[citation needed]

Ray was seen in UniGlobe Entertainment’s cancer docu-drama titled 1 a Minute, scheduled for release in 2010.[16] The documentary was made by Namrata Singh Gujral and featured cancer survivors Olivia Newton-John, Diahann Carroll, Melissa Etheridge, Mumtaz, and Jaclyn Smith, as well as William Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin, and Priya Dutt, whose lives have been touched by cancer. The feature was narrated by Kelly McGillis. It also starred Bárbara Mori, Deepak Chopra, and Morgan Brittany.

Ray is an advocate for stem cell technology, recording a PSA for the McEwan Centre for Regenerative Medicine. Also, she completed a national media tour in Canada for Multiple Myeloma called Making Myeloma Matter, in early 2011, to raise public awareness.[citation needed]

In 2011, Ray acted in the acclaimed stage play Taj, opposite Kabir Bedi in Luminato.[17] She was at the Taj Mahal and the Estee Lauder Breast Cancer event to spread awareness about breast cancer. A strong advocate of stem cell research and a long-time yoga practitioner, Ray partnered with co-owners Paris and Annette, in 2011, to open Moksha Yoga Brampton.[18]

On July 5, 2010, Ray was honored to be a host of the informal lunch for Queen Elizabeth‘s visit to Toronto.[19] Ray hosted the 2011 International Indian Film Academy IIFA Rocks fashion and music event and was a presenter at the IIFA Awards and the 2011 Giller Prize.

On 15 November 2011, Ray announced that she had been named to host season two of Top Chef Canada,[20] which is Food Network Canada‘s top-rated series. The show premiered in March 2012.

Ray had one TV series Endgame and one film Patch Town released in 2011. She also guest-starred in the Canadian-television drama series Murdoch Mysteries, which aired on April 12, 2011. On 18 May 2012, Craig Goodwill announced that Ray would star in his Boy Toy,[21] a fantasy drama that is based on Goodwill’s short film Patch Town. Boy Toy begins shooting in Toronto in November 2012.

In September 2012, Ray was named ambassador for the Pantene Beautiful Lengths campaign in Canada.[22] Pantene Beautiful Lengths is a charity campaign that asks people to grow and donate their hair to make real-hair wigs for women battling cancer.[citation needed]

In 2015, Insight Vacations announced Ray as their new Global Brand Ambassador for the Exotics and Gold Collections.[23]

Personal life[edit]

On 23 June 2009, Ray was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the white blood cells known as plasma cells, which produce antibodies. It is a rare disease.[12][24]

In April 2010, she announced that she was cancer-free, after a stem cell transplant.[25] As multiple myeloma is an incurable disease, Ray is not completely cured of the disease.[26]

In February 2012, Ray announced her engagement to management consultant Jason Dehni.[27] On October 20, 2012, Ray and Dehni (then a banking executive and philanthropist) were married in the Napa Valley, in California.[28][29]

In an interview with Times of India, Ray has said that most of her diet consists of juices, smoothies, and other vegetarian food. She has also cut down on dairy intake.[30]

Humanitarian work[edit]

Ray has been involved in bringing the attention of the people towards the rights of girls around the world. She has initiated a number of fundraisers and campaigns for Multiple Myeloma such as the “Because I’m a Girl” campaign. After her recovery, Ray launched “Make Myeloma Matter” media campaign, which helped raise awareness about the disease worldwide. She also actively advocated the stem cell technology and its benefits. In the same year she became the face of Hillberg & Berk Jewellery, a part of the proceeds of which went to Multiple Myeloma Canada.[31]

Raising Funds with Satya Paul[edit]

In 2012, Ray initiated an effort to fund the Indian Innovation Research Centre (IIRC). The IIRC is a non-profit cancer research body that began with the ‘Living With Cancer’ program that was initiated by Ray the same year.[32] Their mandate is to promote convergence of fundamental as well as translational cancer in India, it played an instrumental role in helping Lisa fight Multiple Myeloma and overcome a trying phase of her life.[33]

She partnered with Satya Paul to create a range of exclusive sarees for the wedding season. These sarees (that were worn by Lisa) were then auctioned online with 100% of the proceeds going to IIRC for the development of their cancer research.[34]

The Run 5K Walk[edit]

After being diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, Ray launched The Princess Margret Run 5k Walk, an initiative to raise funds for MM patients. Multiple Myeloma although treatable has no cure, the walk was an event with a purpose to fund research at Bloom Share for Multiple Myeloma Research at the Princess Margret Hospital. The research would help develop drugs that could help MM patients stabilize their condition till the cure can be developed. The walk was a success pooling in money from across the county to help the cause.[35]

Greeniche[edit]

In 2015, Ray partnered with Canadian Health and Wellness brand Greeniche, a natural healthcare product brand with pure vegetarian formulas, managed by healthcare professionals.[36]

At the launch of the brand she commented “I’m honored to launch into a special role as wellness guru for Greeniche Naturals. As a cancer survivor, I have healed myself through nutrition, healthy choices and wellness techniques and now I can support others in living their life to the fullest by sharing tips online and through special videos. Hopefully these will help fuel your Passion for life.”[37]

Beauty Gives Back[edit]

Ray joined the Beauty Gives Back campaign, which launched in Canada in 2015. The campaign addresses the cancer blues- the emotional fallout from cancer and its treatment. While launching the campaign Ray commented, “The beauty gives back campaign helps and motivates women to overcome the shackles of cancer and the process of its treatment. It seeks to give them their lost confidence back so that they continue their fight against the deadly disease with a new belief and dignity. It was an absolute honor to be the part of such a worthy cause which works towards giving face value to the emotional fallout from cancer.”[38]

Awards[edit]

  • Voted Star of the Future at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival,[39]
  • Top Ten most Beautiful Indian Woman of the Millennium by the Times of India
  • Won the Best Actress in a Canadian film for Water by the Vancouver Critics Circle[40]
  • Won ‘Voice Achievers Award for 2009’ for outstanding contribution in fields of film, trade, literature and sports[41]
  • Named one of Canada’s 50 Most Beautiful Stars in Hello Canada’s May 2009 issue.[42]
  • Honored with Fortis Lisa Ray Award for Conquering Cancer in 2010[43]
  • Honored with a Special Achievement Award at Miss India-Canada 2011[44]
  • Named one of Canada’s 50 Most Beautiful Stars in Hello Canada’s May 2012 issue.[45]
  • Honored with People’s Choice Award at the ‘Light of India’ Awards 2012 in Arts & Entertainment section.[46]
  • Named one of Canada’s 50 Most Beautiful Stars in Hello Canada’s 2013 issue.[47]
  • Honored with the prestigious ‘Diamond Jubilee Medal’ in May 2013.[48]
  • Awarded the ‘Facing Cancer Together’ Look Good, Feel Better award in September 2012[49]
  • Won Anokhi Prestige award in 2013 in the category of Canadian Actor of the Decade for movie Water.[50]
  • Awarded prestigious 2014 Women of Action Honoree by Israel Cancer Research Fund.[51]
  • Awarded Medscape award for Most Inspirational Fighter of India 2015[52]

Philanthropy[edit]

  • 2009 : 5K Your Way Walk/Run, MMWalk for the Cure
  • 2009 : Plan Canada’s ‘Because I Am A Girl’ campaign[53]
  • 2010 : Plan Canada’s ‘Because I Am A Girl’ campaign[53]
  • 2010 : “1 a Minute”, to inspire women and give them hope
  • 2010 : Estee Lauder Breast Cancer Awareness[54]
  • 2011 : ‘Make Myeloma Matter’ media campaign[55]
  • 2011 : Artbound, in support of Free The Children
  • 2011 : GIRL 20 SUMMIT
  • 2012 : BE FAIR 2 RARE[56]
  • 2012 : Wellspring Cancer ‘Graduate’ Fashion show
  • 2012 : “Rhythm and Soul”-THE SPARK GALA 2012, to Ignite A Child’s Potential[57]
  • 2012 : Run or Walk, MM5K[58]
  • 2012 : Plan Canada’s ‘Because I Am A Girl’ campaign[53]
  • 2012 : Ambassador for Pantene Beautiful Lengths campaign in Canada[22]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1994 Hanste Khelte Rekha Hindi film
1996 Aafreen Aafreen Music Video
1996 Nethaji Priya Tamil film
1998 Jalwa Music Video
2001 Kasoor Simran Bhargav Hindi film
2002 Choron Ka Chor
2002 Takkari Donga Bhuvana Telugu film
2002 Bollywood/Hollywood Sunita “Sue” Singh
2004 Ball & Chain Saima
2004 Yuvaraja Lovely Kannada film
2005 Water Kalyani
2005 Seeking Fear Nina Atwal
2006 Flowerman, TheThe Flowerman Louise Short film
2006 Quarter Life Crisis Angel Matthews
2006 Stone’s Throw, AA Stone’s Throw Lia
2007 All Hat Etta Parr
2007 I Can’t Think Straight Tala
2008 Kill Kill Faster Faster Fleur
2008 The World Unseen Miriam
2008 Toronto Stories Beth
2009 Defendor Dominique Ball
2009 Cooking with Stella Maya Chopra
2009 Somnolence
2010 Let the Game Begin Eva Stout
2010 Trader Games Sarah
2011 Patch Town Bethany Franks Short film
2016 Ishq Forever Naina Hindi film
2016 Veerappan Hindi film
2017 Dobaara Liza Merchant Hindi film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Blood Ties Elena “Stone Cold”
2008 Summit, TheThe Summit Rebecca Downy TV miniseries
2009 Psych Sita “Bollywood Homicide”
2011 Murdoch Mysteries Mirela “The Black Hand”
2011 Endgame Rosemary Venturi Regular role

Ambassador[edit]

  • Brand ambassador of Rado (watches) in India
  • Lisa named Ambassador for ‘Pantene Beautiful Lengths’ Campaign

Hunter King

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Hunter King

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Hunter King
Born (1993-10-19) October 19, 1993 (age 23)[1][2]
Other names Haley King
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present

Hunter Haley King (born October 19, 1993) is an American actress. She is known for portraying Adriana Masters on Hollywood Heights and Summer Newman on The Young and the Restless. Earlier in her career she was credited as Haley King, but she has since been credited as Hunter King.

Personal life[edit]

King’s grandmother is Elaine Farrar.[citation needed] Her family is part Christian, but mostly Jewish.[3] She has an older sister named Kelli and a younger sister, Joey King. At a young age, King acted in a theater in Agoura Hills, California.[4]

Career[edit]

King began her professional acting career by guest-starring in series such as Roswell, Hannah Montana and Workaholics.[4] She starred as Adriana Masters in the Nick at Nite drama Hollywood Heights. It was there that she met The Young and the Restless executive producer Jill Farren-Phelps. “Jill brought me over there. I never auditioned for Y&R. As I was coming off the plane from Florida with a friend, Jill called and said, ‘Do you want to come work on Y&R and play Summer?’ I was like, ‘Yeah.’ She said, ‘Okay. You start in two days.'”[4]

On October 15, 2012, she made her debut on the CBS Daytime soap opera as Summer Newman, replacing Lindsay Bushman.[5][6] King’s performance in the role earned her a nomination for the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series – Young Actress, losing out to her Y&R predecessor Samantha Bailey.[7] King was also nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 2013, losing out to Kristen Alderson before winning the following year, beating out Alderson, Linsey Godfrey, Kim Matula and Kelly Missal.[8][9]

In 2013, King accused her Y&R co-star Michael Muhney of allegedly groping her.[10][11][12][13] Radar Online reported that King complained that Muhney fondled her breasts on two occasions, both of which were unsolicited and unwanted advances.[12][13] According to Radar Online, King told producers she would go to the police and file a report against Muhney if he was not fired from the show.[13] Muhney was fired on December 17, 2013, stating that the allegations were false and merely a salacious rumor.[13][14][15][16][17]

King appeared as a guest model on two episodes of The Price Is Right during “Dream Car Week” in November 2013 and again for two more episodes in October 2014.[18][19]

In 2015, King was cast in A Girl Like Her (originally named The Bully Chronicles) as Avery Keller,[20] and was cast on the CBS comedy series Life in Pieces as Clementine. Initially a recurring role in season one, she gets promoted to series regular for second season, leaving The Young and the Restless as regular cast member.[21]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Artificial Intelligence: AI Amanda as Haley King
2003 Deus Ex Machina Mary Short film (as Haley King)
2011 Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer Priscilla Granger
2015 A Girl Like Her Avery Keller
2015 Our Last Day as Children Addie Short film
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Roswell Other Kid Episode: “Samuel Rising” (as Haley King)
2002 Hidden Hills Megan Slypich Episode: Pilot (as Haley King)
2004 Line of Fire Hannah Sorenson Episode: “The Best-Laid Plans” (as Haley King)
2004 The Nick & Jessica Variety Hour Mouseketeer Movie (as Haley King)
2004 Without a Trace Noelle Episode: “Trials” (as Haley King)
2006 Dexter Teenage Debra Morgan Episodes: “Let’s Give the Boy a Hand“, “Return to Sender” (as Haley King)
2008 ER Julie O’Fallon Episode: “Parental Guidance
2009 Hannah Montana Bridget Episode: “Judge Me Tender
2010 It Takes A Village Alyssa Movie; main role
2011 Workaholics Melissa Episode: “Karl’s Wedding
2012 Hollywood Heights Adriana Masters Main role (80 episodes)
2012–present The Young and the Restless Summer Newman Main role: 2012–2016; recurring: 2016 (300 episodes)
2013 The Price Is Right Herself 2 episodes
2015 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Lexi Nolan Episode: “Under My Skin”
2015–present Life in Pieces Clementine Hughes Recurring: season 1; regular: season 2 (30 episodes)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Title Result Ref.
2013 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Nominated [8]
2013 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series – Young Actress The Young and the Restless Nominated [7]
2014 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Won [9]
2015 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Won [22]
2016 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Nominated [23]
2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Nominated [24]

LISA BARNES

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Filmography

 Actress (22 credits)
 2013-2016 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Emotional Woman / Dr. Harriet Palmer

Ke Ku ‘Ana (2016) … Emotional Woman
Olelo Ho’Opa’I Make (2013) … Dr. Harriet Palmer
 2015/V The Bridge (Short)
Singer
 2015 A Cat’s Tale
Carla
 2014 Under the Blood-Red Sun
Mrs. Wilson
 2013 The Haumana
Timo’s Mother
 2009 Cayman Went
Max’s Mom
 2008 Canterbury’s Law (TV Series)
Mrs. Feldman

What Goes Around (2008) … Mrs. Feldman
 2008 Vanish (Short)
Violet
 2006 My African Giraffe (Short)
Rebecca
 2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury (TV Series)
Jury Foreman

Baby Boom (2005) … Jury Foreman
 2004 Law & Order (TV Series)
Dina Worley

The Brotherhood (2004) … Dina Worley
 2004 Rescue Me (TV Series)
Paula

Alarm (2004) … Paula
Inches (2004) … Paula
DNA (2004) … Paula
 2004 Birth
Clara’s Neighbor
 2004 Satan’s Little Helper
Mrs. Flarin
 2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Jury Foreman

Mercy (2003) … Jury Foreman
 1998 The Souler Opposite
The Orgasm Lady
 1997 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (TV Series)
Mrs. Paretsky

A Time to Heal: Part 2 (1997) … Mrs. Paretsky
A Time to Heal: Part 1 (1997) … Mrs. Paretsky
 1995 Joe’s Rotten World
Asphidell
 1990 Capital News (TV Series)
Andrea

Pilot (1990) … Andrea
 1989 Columbo (TV Series)
Waitress

Murder, Smoke and Shadows (1989) … Waitress
 1986 White and Lazy (Short)
Anna

LISA KAY

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Filmography

Actress (32 credits)
 2018 The Second (pre-production)
Karen Richie
 2017 Silent Witness (TV Series)
Carol McAteer

Covenant: Part 2 (2017) … Carol McAteer
Covenant: Part 1 (2017) … Carol McAteer
 2015-2016 Indian Summers (TV Mini-Series)
Stella Barham / Stella

Leaving Home (2016) … Stella Barham
Winner Takes All (2016) … Stella Barham
The Birthday Party (2016) … Stella Barham
A Gift for the King (2016) … Stella Barham
Hide and Seek (2016) … Stella Barham
 2015 The Voice in the Head (Short)
Woman in Bathroom
 2011-2015 Casualty (TV Series)
Suzy Marshall / Sasha Sidoli

The Golden Hours (2015) … Suzy Marshall
Epiphany (2011) … Sasha Sidoli
 2014 Vera (TV Series)
Clara Peyton

The Deer Hunters (2014) … Clara Peyton
 2014 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Gloria Talbot

Episode #3.6 (2014) … Gloria Talbot
 2014 Born of War
Daphne
 2013 New Tricks (TV Series)
Letitia Hope

Cry Me a River (2013) … Letitia Hope
 2013 The Other Child (TV Movie)
Linda Gardner
 2012 DCI Banks (TV Series)
Corinne

Strange Affair: Part 2 (2012) … Corinne
Strange Affair: Part 1 (2012) … Corinne
 2012 Stop (Short)
Karen
 2011 Hidden (TV Mini-Series)
Lauren

Episode #1.4 (2011) … Lauren
Episode #1.2 (2011) … Lauren
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Lauren
 2004-2009 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Carol Cassidy / Nurse Carol Wareing / Emma Bryden

 2006 Breaking and Entering
PC Primus
 2005 Wallis & Edward (TV Movie)
Mary Raffray
 2005 Corpse Bride
Solemn Village Boy (voice)
 2005 Doctors (TV Series)
Lyn Evans

Harsh Words (2005) … Lyn Evans
 2005 The Murder Room (TV Mini-Series)
Angela Faraday

Episode #1.2 (2005) … Angela Faraday
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Angela Faraday
 2004 The Brief (TV Series)
DC Kate Imrie

Children (2004) … DC Kate Imrie
 2003 Foyle’s War (TV Series)
Connie Dewar

Among the Few (2003) … Connie Dewar
 2003 SuperTex
Prostitute
 2003 Final Demand (TV Movie)
Heather
 2001-2003 My Uncle Silas (TV Mini-Series)
Georgina

The Christening (2003) … Georgina
The Wedding/Queenie White (2001) … Georgina
 2001 Goodbye, Mr Steadman (TV Movie)
Cheryl
 2001 Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story (TV Mini-Series)
Security Woman

Episode #1.2 (2001) … Security Woman
Episode #1.1 (2001) … Security Woman
 2000 Room to Rent
Young Sarah
 2000 In Defence (TV Series)
Lyndsay Aitken

Episode #1.1 (2000) … Lyndsay Aitken
 2000 Chicken Run
Additional Chicken (voice)
 1998 Grafters (TV Series)
Chloe, office worker

Lisa Marcos

Lisa Marcos

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Lisa Marcos
Born Lisa Marcos
(1982-03-15) March 15, 1982 (age 35)
Toronto, Ontario
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Notable work TV works
The Listener


Film works
Diary of a Mad Black Woman

Lisa Marcos (born March 15, 1982) is a Canadian actress and former model. She began her career as a model at the age of 14 years, but after 8 years as a model, she decided to pursue her passion for acting. She knocked on the door of a talent agent. Soon after her acting career began in 2002 with a guest role on Soul Food. She is best known as Charlie Marks in the television series The Listener.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Gospel of John, TheThe Gospel of John Bride
2005 Diary of a Mad Black Woman Brenda
2005 King’s Ransom Raven
2010 Mother’s Day Julie Ross
2014 Dead of Winter Eve

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Doc Assistant “The Commercial”
2002 Soul Food Bianca “Stranger Than Fiction”
2002 Street Time Waitress / Bar Maid “Respect”, “Instant Karma”
2002 Adventure Inc. Ynez “Bride of the Sun”
2002 Mutant X Avaris “Past as Prologue”
2003 Veritas: The Quest Vanessa “Mummy Virus”
2003 Threshold Peg TV film
2003 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye Connie “Billy the Kid”
2003 Tarzan Concerned Nurse “The End of the Beginning”
2004 Wild Card Sandra “Candy Land”
2004 This Is Wonderland Melanie Kagan “1.7”
2004 Wonderfalls Attractive Nurse “Wax Lion”
2004 Kevin Hill Evelyn Cruz Recurring role
2007-08 Da Kink in My Hair Nikki Recurring role
2008 Flashpoint Sally LaFlamme Recurring role
2009 Line, TheThe Line Maria “1.2”, “1.3”, “1.5”
2009 Listener, TheThe Listener Det. Charlie Marks Main role
2010 Bones Janet LeBlanc “The Body and the Bounty”
2010 CSI: Miami Vicki Turner “Happy Birthday”
2013-14 Played Maria Cortez Main role
2014 Hemlock Grove Leticia Padilla Recurring role
2015 Good Witch Frankie “Together We Stand”
2015 Lost Girl Alicia Welles Recurring role
2016 Shadowhunters Susanna Vargas Recurring role
2016 Rogue Zipporah “3.12”, “The Dime Tour”
2016 Halcyon Jules Dover “1.1”, “Untouched”