AVERY DAMAN

Filmography

 2017 The Babymoon
Shana
 2015 Parent Teacher: The Musical (Short)
Speed Dating Mom 3
 2014 #TheFutureIsCrowdFunded (Short)
Reporter
 2014/I The Intervention (Short)
Taylor
 2013 Good (Short)
Couple in the Restaurant
 2013 Paralyzed (Short)
Katie
 2013 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Jodi

Episode dated 29 April 2013 (2013) … Jodi
 2013 Deadly Sins (TV Series documentary)
Jennifer Deleon

I’d Kill for a Sex Change (2013) … Jennifer Deleon
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (3 credits)
 2017 The Last (Short) (producer) (post-production)
 2016 Dating Daisy (co-producer)
 2014/I The Intervention (Short) (executive producer) / (producer
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Georgie Guinane

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Filmography

Actress (16 credits)
 2017 Dream Catcher (Short)
Stranger
 2017 The Babymoon
Morgan
 2016 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)
Carly

Coral Palms, Part 1 (2016) … Carly
 2016 CSI: Cyber (TV Series)
Goth Girl

5 Deadly Sins (2016) … Goth Girl
 2015 Chicago Sanitation (Short)
 2015 You’re the Worst (TV Series)
Beatrix

A Rapidly Mutating Virus (2015) … Beatrix
 2015 Key and Peele (TV Series)
Secretary

The Job Interview (2015) … Secretary
 2015 Scorpion (TV Series)
Game Rep

Kill Screen (2015) … Game Rep
 2014 Our RoboCop Remake
1980’s Laughing Girl 1 (segment “Scene 24”)
 2013 Here Comes the Night
Tricia
 2013 Channeling
Madison
 2011 Finding Osama Bin Laden (Short)
Mrs. Waldo
 2010 Zombie Amore (Video short)
 2010 Cupid’s Arrow
Ellen

Jessica Camacho

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Jessica Camacho

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Born (1982-11-26) November 26, 1982 (age 34)
California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present

Jessica Camacho is an American actress. She is known for her recurring role as Pilar Cortez in the ABC drama series Last Resort,[1][2] and for her starring role as Special Agent Sophie Foster in the third season of the Fox television series Sleepy Hollow.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Desertion Amber
2008 Nothing like the Holidays Blonde
2012 Think Like a Man Melissa
2014 Veronica Mars Martina Vasquez
2014 Suburban Gothic Noelle
2015 Ana Maria in Novela Land Officer Gonzalez
2016 The Babymoon Yesenia
2017 Crave: The Fast Life Brie
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Come On Over Joy Episode: “Express Yourself”
2009 The Beast Savannah Episode: “Capone”
2010 Justified Sherese Mason Episode: “Fixer”
2010 Dexter Yasmin Aragon Episodes: “Everything Is Illumenated”, “Circle Us”
2010 Undercovers Bank Representative Episode: “A Night to Forget”
2011 The Mentalist Nurse Daisy Episode: “Bloodstream”
2011 Gossip Girl Marilu Episode: “Yes, Then Zero “
2012 El Jefe Lucia Unsold television pilot[1]
2012 Wedding Band Spanish Waitress Episode: “Time of My Life”
2012–2013 Last Resort Pilar Cortez Recurring role, 10 episodes
2013 Nikita Rachel Episodes: “Broken Home”, “Masks”, “Tipping Point”
2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Gloria Montero Episode: “Poisoned Motive”
2013 Hello Ladies Erika Episode: “Long Beach”
2014 NCIS: Los Angeles Rita Episode: “Tuhon”
2014 Castle Marisa Aragon Episode: “Kill Switch”
2015 Bones Lauren Slater Episode: “The Verdict in the Victims”
2015 Stalker Eva Bowen Episode: “Love Kills”
2015 Rizzoli & Isles Karina Episode: “Nice to Meet You, Dr. Isles”
2015 Longmire Kiersten Episodes: “Shotgun”, “Hector Lives”
2015 Minority Report Lina Massero Episode: “Hawk-Eye”
2015–2016 Sleepy Hollow Sophie Foster Main role (season 3), 14 episodes
2016 Harley and the Davidsons Reya Episode: “Legacy”
2016 Frequency Eva Salinas Episode: “Bleed Over”
2017 The Flash Gypsy Recurring role, 4 episodes

JULIE McNIVEN

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Filmography

Actress (44 credits)
 2018 The Neighborhood (post-production)
Lindsay Porter
 2017 The Babymoon
Hanna
 2016 Code Black (TV Series)
Rose

Life and Limb (2016) … Rose
 2016 Injection (Short)
Claudia Fischer
 2016 Internity (TV Series)
Dr. Sara Cohen

Pilot … Dr. Sara Cohen
 2015 The Night Shift (TV Series)
Marcus’ Mother

Parenthood (2015) … Marcus’ Mother
 2015 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Renee Levinson

Gumshoe (2015) … Renee Levinson
 2014 Motive (TV Series)
Meredith Taylor

Overboard (2014) … Meredith Taylor
 2013 Screwed
Emma
 2013 Movie 43
ATM Woman (segment “Machine Kids”)
 2012 Soylent (Short)
Shelley
 2012 NCIS (TV Series)
Kim Taylor

The Namesake (2012) … Kim Taylor
 2012 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Jenny Burgess

Lana I Ka Moana (2012) … Jenny Burgess
 2012 Coffees (Short)
Jessica
 2011 House (TV Series)
Mickey Darro

Dead & Buried (2011) … Mickey Darro
 2011 Nikita (TV Series)
Alicia

Falling Ash (2011) … Alicia
 2011 L.A. Noire (Video Game)
Ruth Douglas (voice)
 2010-2011 SGU Stargate Universe (TV Series)
Ginn

Seizure (2011) … Ginn
Hope (2011) … Ginn
Malice (2010) … Ginn
The Greater Good (2010) … Ginn
Trial and Error (2010) … Ginn
 2011 Fringe (TV Series)
Mona Foster

Immortality (2011) … Mona Foster
 2010 Sodales (Short)
Mom
 2010 Office Politics (Short)
Tess
 2010 Failing Better Now
Anna
 2009 The Cave Movie
Julie
 2007-2009 Mad Men (TV Series)
Hildy

The Grown-Ups (2009) … Hildy
Souvenir (2009) … Hildy
The Fog (2009) … Hildy (uncredited)
Out of Town (2009) … Hildy
 2008 Bluff Point (Short)
Girl
 2008 New Amsterdam (TV Series)
Model (1912)

Legacy (2008) … Model (1912)
 2007 Machine Child (Short)
Vending Girl
 2006-2007 Brotherhood (TV Series)
Cute Desk Clerk / Muppet Underwear Girl

Dear Landlord 1:3-4 (2007) … Cute Desk Clerk
Matthew 22:10 (2006) … Muppet Underwear Girl
Matthew 5:6 (2006) … Cute Desk Clerk
 2007 Across the Universe
Female (uncredited)
 2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Suzie Waller

Weeping Willow (2006) … Suzie Waller
 2006 Doses of Roger (Short)
Anna
 2006/II The Stranger (Short)
 2006 The Groomsmen
Girl with Band (uncredited)
 2006 Waterfront (TV Series)
Tiffany

Sting Like a Butterfly (2006) … Tiffany
 2005 Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power (Video)
Carlito’s Dancer
 2005 Dangerous Crosswinds
Sue Barrett
 2000 The Gypsy Years
Secretary
 1997 Old Man Dogs
Ghost (uncredited)

Nora Kirkpatrick

Nora Kirkpatrick

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Nora Kirkpatrick
Born (1984-12-06) December 6, 1984 (age 32)
Peru, Illinois
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present

Nora Kirkpatrick (born December 6, 1984) is an American actress, writer and musician.[1]

Career[edit]

Nora is an American actress, writer and musician (accordion for “Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros“).[2]

Kirkpatrick graduated from UCLA with a degree in Theatre Film and Television. She is probably best known for her role as Katherine, the stern president of Panhellenic, on the ABC Family TV series Greek, or for her recurring role on the ninth season of The Office as “Esther Bruegger“, a neighboring farmer’s daughter who becomes Dwight‘s girlfriend. Nora starred in the 2015 film Pink Grapefruit, which won the SXSW Grand Jury Award, and has played many other roles in film and TV, including Men at Work, Jennifer Falls, Don’t Trust the B, and Chasing Life. She was also one of the leads of the popular mockumentary web series called Dorm Life, where she played Courtney Cloverlock.

in 2016, Kirkpatrick created a TV show for Comedy Central entitled, Best-Seller, that she wrote with SNL alum, Dennis McNicholas. The show was produced by Olivia Wilde, Jessica Elbaum, Will Ferrell, and Adam McKay from Gloria Sanchez Productions.[3]

In 2017, Kirkpatrick created, wrote and directed Virtually Mike and Nora, the first ever Virtual Reality comedy series for Hulu, with collaborator Mike O’Brien. The first two episodes of the series played at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.[4] In a 2017 Forbes article, Kirkpatrick cites Virtual Reality’s ability to cause “spatial un-comfortability,” and her aim to make the viewer the lead character of the story.[5]

Nora studies and performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in Los Angeles.[5]

She is also a founding member and accordion player for the band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, with whom she won a Grammy in 2013.[6]

In 2017, Nora appeared in Adam Sandler’s film Sandy Wexler as well as in Paul Lieberstein’s debut feature Song of Back and Neck.

Personal life[edit]

Kirkpatrick was born in Peru, Illinois, and attended high school in La Quinta, California.[7] After High School, she went on to UCLA, studying theater and film. Upon graduation, Kirkpatrick went to Africa to volunteer and teach in Nakuru, Kenya.[8]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2005 What’s Bugging Seth Nora Green
2005 White Nights Sharon
2007 Katrina Tyler TV film
2007 Crashing Barton’s Girlfriend
2007 Randal June Short film
2008 Man Stroke Woman Various TV film
2009 Flower Girl Wendy
2010 Long Story Short Georgia Short film
2010 Growth Kristin Daniels
2010 How to Make Love to a Woman Carla
2011 Dreamworld Jules
2011 Happy Place Margaret Short film
2011 Mime Apples Mime Short film
2012 Peter at the End Lucy Short film
2013 Big Sur Alyson
2013 Sexy Evil Genius Abby
2013 All Together Now Kylie
2013 Bayou Tales Diana
2014 Crying Man Brooke
2015 Pink Grapefruit Lead
2015 Los Dr. Ryan
2016 The Babymoon Shanon
2016 Sandy Wexler Sienna
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2007 John from Cincinnati Hotel Bartender “His Visit: Day Four” (season 1: episode 5)
“His Visit: Day Seven” (season 1: episode 8)
2008–2009 Dorm Life Courtney Cloverlock 37 episodes
2009–2011 Greek Katherine Parker 19 episodes
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Jane Lewis “Cold Blooded” (season 11: episode 6)
2011 Breaking In Patty Boggs “21.0 Jump Street” (season 1: episode 7)
2012–2013 Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 Chrissy “The Wedding” (season 1: episode 4)
“Monday June…” (season 2: episode 9)
2012 Men at Work Nora “Milo Full of Grace” (season 1: episode 2)
2013 The Office Esther Bruegger “The Farm” (season 9: episode 17)
“Promos” (season 9: episode 18)
“Paper Airplane” (season 9: episode 20)
“Livin’ the Dream” (season 9: episode 21)
“A.A.R.M.” (season 9: episode 22)
2014 Jennifer Falls Stephanie Series Regular
2015 Chasing Life Jaclyn “Model Behavior” (season 1: episode 17)
“First Person” (season 2: episode 11)
2016 Riders Mary “Love and Lust” (season 1: episode 1)
“Life on Mars” (season 1: episode 2 )
“A Trip At A Wedding” (season 1: episode 3)

Filmography

 Actress (45 credits)
 2015/V Base (Short) (completed)
Meredith
 2015 Movies in Space (Short) (completed)
Rachel
 2017 Sandy Wexler
Sienna
 2016-2017 Virtually Mike and Nora (TV Series)
Derby / Sarah / Gretchen / …

Suicidal Deer (2017) … Derby
Parents Equal Government (2016) … Sarah
Twins (2016) … Gretchen
Magic Show (2016) … Joan
Airplane (2016) … Lacy
 2017 The Babymoon
Shanon
 2016 Bayou Tales
Diana
 2016 Riders (TV Series)
Mary

Love and Lust (2016) … Mary
Life on Mars (2016) … Mary
A Trip at a Wedding (2016) … Mary
 2015 Circle in the Rock (Short)
Holly
 2015 Los (Short)
Dr. Ryan
 2015/I Retreat (Short)
Beth
 2015 Chasing Life (TV Series)
Jaclyn

First Person (2015) … Jaclyn
Model Behavior (2015) … Jaclyn
 2015 Four Dogs and a Bone (Short)
Brenda
 2015 Pink Grapefruit (Short)
 2014 Crying Man (Short)
Brooke
 2013/I All Together Now
Kylie
 2012-2013 Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 (TV Series)
Crissy

Monday June… (2013) … Crissy
The Wedding… (2012) … Crissy
 2013 The Office (TV Series)
Esther

A.A.R.M. (2013) … Esther
Livin’ the Dream (2013) … Esther
Paper Airplane (2013) … Esther
Promos (2013) … Esther
The Farm (2013) … Esther
 2013 Sexy Evil Genius (Video)
Abby
 2013 The Farm (TV Movie)
Esther
 2013 Big Sur
Alyson (uncredited)
 2012 Peter at the End (Short)
Lucy
 2012 Men at Work (TV Series)
Nora

Milo Full of Grace (2012) … Nora
 2012 Dream World
Jules
 2011 Breaking In (TV Series)
Patty Boggs

 2009-2011 Greek (TV Series)
Katherine / Katherine Parker

Legacy (2011) … Katherine
Fumble (2011) … Katherine Parker
All About Beav (2011) … Katherine
 2011 Mime Apples (Short)
Mime
 2011 Happy Place (Video short)
Margaret
 2010 Long Story Short (Short)
Georgia
 2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Jane Lewis

Cold Blooded (2010) … Jane Lewis
 2010 Growth
Kristin Daniels
 2009 Flower Girl (TV Movie)
Wendy
 2008 Man Stroke Woman (TV Movie)
Various Characters
 2007 Katrina (TV Movie)
Tyler
 2007 Randal (Short)
June
 2007 John from Cincinnati (TV Series)
Hotel Bartender

His Visit: Day Seven (2007) … Hotel Bartender
His Visit: Day Four (2007) … Hotel Bartender
 2007 Crashing
Barton’s Girlfriend (segment “Kirstin’s Bowling Ball Fiction”)
 2005 White Nights
Sharon
 2005 What’s Bugging Seth
Nora Green

DESTINY SORIA

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Filmography

Actress (109 credits)
 2018 Witchula (announced)
Melissa
 2018 Five Piece (completed)
Customer (uncredited)
 2017 Clockwork (Short) (completed)
Frank’s Wife
 2015 Desperate Losers (completed)
Restaurant patron (uncredited)
  Browse (post-production)
Office worker (uncredited)
  Millenials (Short) (post-production)
Chic Hipster (uncredited)
  The Coffee Shop Wars (filming)
Electra Peterson
  Voyeur (post-production)
Tourist (uncredited)
  Western Noir (post-production)
Bartender (uncredited)
  Zulu Six (post-production)
Zombie (uncredited)
 2017 The Golden Age
Patron (uncredited)
 2017 Boone: The Bounty Hunter
Brothel Woman
 2017 Butterfly Caught
Club goer (uncredited)
 2017 The Wedding Invitation
Diner patron (uncredited)
 2017/II Wolf Trap (Short)
Wolf Girl
 2017 Ingrid Goes West
Cowgirl (uncredited)
 2017 People Magazine Investigates (TV Series)
Nurse

Jeffrey MacDonald: The Accused (2017) … Nurse (uncredited)
 2016/III Uploaded
Bank patron (uncredited)
 2016/IV Turbulence
Passenger (uncredited)
 2016 True Nightmares (TV Series)
Crime Scene Worker

Seeing Stars (2016) … Crime Scene Worker (uncredited)
 2016 Selling Isobel
Restaurant patron (uncredited)
 2016 Dangerous Games (TV Series)

Episode #1.190 (2016) … (uncredited)
 2016 The Catcher (Short)
Party Guest (uncredited)
 2016/III The Next Big Thing
Office worker (uncredited)
 2016 Traded
Townspeople (uncredited)
 2016 Treading Yesterday (TV Series)
Club dancer

Silent Night, Ubiquitous Light (2016) … Club dancer (uncredited)
 2016 Paint It Black
Club goer (uncredited)
 2016 Ghost Talk (TV Series)
Co-host (Herself)

The Haunted Forest (2016) … Co-host (Herself)
Sand Canyon Road Haunt (2016) … Co-host (Herself)
 2016 Love Addict
Maria
 2016 Case Closed with AJ Benza (TV Series)
Scared woman

Poltergeist Curse (2016) … Scared woman (uncredited)
 2016 TRUMP: (Ya Got) Trouble (Video)
People of Ev’ry City (uncredited)
 2016 Natural Born Pranksters
Girl with Wolf Hood (uncredited)
 2016 Cassidy Way
Girl with red wolf hat (uncredited)
 2016 Fight to the Finish
Fan in Pink top (uncredited)
 2016 April’s Way (Short)
Looter
 2016 Through Dark Glass
Courtyard Extra
 2016 White Crows
Airplane Passenger #18
 2015/I Beauty in the Broken
Young couple
 2015 Sizzling Rice (Short)
Diner patron (uncredited)
 2015 Where Children Play
Funeral guest (uncredited)
 2015 Demons in the City of Angels (TV Series)
Theater patron

Movie Theater Massacre (2015) … Theater patron (uncredited)
 2015 Christmas Trade (Video)
Background
 2015/I The Night Is Young
Bar Patron (uncredited)
 2015 4Got10
Drug dealer (uncredited)
 2015/I Tracks (Short)
Fan (uncredited)
 2015 Rob Reese Feat. Kaveeks: The Wrong Turn (Video short)
Destiny
 2015 6 Ways to Die
Girl at Bar (uncredited)
 2015 Crack House of the Dead
White eyes zombie (uncredited)
 2015 Miiad: A Fight to Unite (Video short)
 2015 American Hikikomori (Short)
Student (uncredited)
 2015 The Minnesota Delivery
Det. Alaine Matthews
 2015 Awaken
Crying Prisoner (uncredited)
 2015 7 Days in Hell (TV Movie)
Onlooker (uncredited)
 2015 Miss India America
Pageant Attendee (uncredited)
 2015 The Center
Background extra
 2015 Bereave
Girl in the police station (uncredited)
 2015 Flight Fright (Short)
Airline Passenger
 2014 A Play on Words
Student (uncredited)
 2014 Freeloader (Short)
Waitress (uncredited)
 2014 Lost Angeles (TV Series)
Party Goer

Pilot … Party Goer (uncredited)
 2014 North Blvd
Track Runner (uncredited)
 2014 Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife
Birthday Guest (uncredited)
 2014 Bro, What Happened?
Swimsuit Dream Girl (uncredited)
 2014 Beyond the Lights
Concert fan (uncredited)
 2014 Going to America
Andy’s girlfriend (uncredited)
 2014 East Los High (TV Series)
Try-out dancer

Meet Starfighter (2014) … Try-out dancer (uncredited)
 2014 The Young Kieslowski
Hospital patron (uncredited)
 2014 The Ever After
Parent at the park (uncredited)
 2014 Cry Wolfe (TV Series documentary)
Diner Patron

I Do, I Do (2014) … Diner Patron (uncredited)
 2014 Down with David (TV Series)
Friend at table

Choking on Love! (2014) … Friend at table (uncredited)
 2014 Crimes of the Mind
Courtroom parton (uncredited)
 2014 Alpha House (Video)
Background (as Destiny Sonia)
 2014 Lightning Strikes Twice
Audience
 2014 Headshots & Handcuffs (TV Series short)
Towel Girl

Love Scene (2014) … Towel Girl (uncredited)
 2014 Match (TV Series)
Waitress

Seer (2014) … Waitress (uncredited)
 2013/IV The Bridge
Heather
 2013 Indie Across America (TV Series)
Fan

A House for Lions and Los Angeles (2013) … Fan (uncredited)
 2013 Not Quite Lyin’ Eyes
Bribed Nurse
 2013 Line of Duty
Club Goer (uncredited)
 2013 One Small Hitch
Bar / Club Patron. (uncredited)
 2013 Supreme Justice with Judge Karen (TV Series)
Wife

My Cotton Picking Co-Worker/Bad Bad Dogs (2013) … Wife (uncredited)
 2012 Best Man Down
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
 2012 Opposite Blood
Tina
 2012 Throw the Fight: Not So Hollywood (Video short)
First in Women’s line (uncredited)
 2012 Dallas (TV Series)
Waitress

Hedging Your Bets (2012) … Waitress (uncredited)
Changing of the Guard (2012) … Waitress (uncredited)
 2012 Remake (Video)
Church Congregation
 2012/I Blindspot (Short)
Soup Kitchen Crowd #4
 2012 Monday Morning
Monday Morning Background Actors
 2012 The Humanity Code (Short)
Annoyed Patron
 2011 Land of Sky Blue Water
Faralla
 2011 My Girl 3: What Thomas J Did to Me (Short)
Christian (uncredited)
 2011 Le Fling (Short)
Restaurant Patron
 2011 SomeFangs (Short)
Lead Vampiress
 2011 Seven Days in Utopia
Golf Fan (uncredited)
 2011 Boyz Night (Video short) (uncredited)
 2011 DREAMer (Short)
Patricia
 2011 Shameless (TV Series)
Lady in red coat

Casey Casden (2011) … Lady in red coat (uncredited)
 2011 Thin Ice
Train Station Patron (uncredited)
 2010 Pleading Guilty (TV Movie)
Chicago Business Woman (uncredited)
 2010/III Forget Me Not (Short)
Danielle
 2009 Entr’Acte
Stage Actress
  Menages
Sonia

Malinda Williams

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Malinda Williams

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Malinda Williams
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Williams (left) with D-Nice in 2006
Other names Malinda Phifer, Malinda Jones
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987-present
Spouse(s) Mekhi Phifer (m. 1999; div. 2003)
D-Nice (m. 2008; div. 2010)
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Malinda Williams is an American actress and producer. She began her career on television, before appearing in films A Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1996), High School High (1996), and The Wood (1999).

From 2000 to 2004, Williams starred as Tracy “Bird” Van Adams in the Showtime drama series Soul Food, for which she received three NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series nominations. After starring role in the short-lived NBC drama series Windfall, Williams returned to film playing supporting roles in Idlewild (2006), Daddy’s Little Girls (2007), First Sunday (2008), and 2 Days in New York (2012).

Career[edit]

Williams made her television debut in an episode of The Cosby Show in 1987.[1] She guest starred on Miami Vice, Roc, My So-Called Life, Sister, Sister, Moesha, and NYPD Blue. In film, she made her debut in the 1996 dark comedy-romance film A Thin Line Between Love and Hate, starring Martin Lawrence and Lynn Whitfield. Later that year, she co-starred in Sunset Park with Rhea Perlman, and High School High alongside Mekhi Phifer. From 1997 to 1998, she had a starring role in The WB sitcom Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher. In 1999, she appeared in the romantic comedy film The Wood and the following year in the thriller Uninvited Guest, starring Mekhi Phifer.

Williams is best known for her role as Tracy “Bird” Van Adams in the Showtime drama series Soul Food, a continuation of the successful 1997 film of the same name.[1] It also starred Nicole Ari Parker and Vanessa A. Williams. Nia Long played Tracy in the 1997 film. For her performance, Williams received three NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series nominations.[2] The series aired from 2000 to 2004. Soul Food went on to be the longest running drama with a predominantly black cast in the history of American prime-time television.[3]

She later guest-starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and was a regular cast member on the short-lived NBC drama series Windfall in 2006.[4]

In 2006, Williams appeared in the musical film Idlewild. The following year, she co-starred in the Tyler Perry‘s romantic comedy-drama Daddy’s Little Girls. In 2008, she appeared in First Sunday opposite Ice Cube. She then starred in several independent films. In 2012, Williams co-starred as Chris Rock‘s sister in the romantic comedy film 2 Days in New York.[5] Between 2013 and 2015, she played the leading role in the Up network’s television film Marry Me for Christmas, and its two sequels Marry Us for Christmas and A Baby for Christmas.[6] In 2013, she began hosting the Aspire network’s television talk show Exhale.[7] She also starred in two films for TV One: Girlfriends’ Getaway and its sequel Girlfriends’ Getaway 2 in 2014 and 2015, alongside Garcelle Beauvais, Terri J. Vaughn and Essence Atkins.[8][9] In 2015, Williams also had a supporting role in David O. Russell‘s comedy film Accidental Love.[10]

Personal life[edit]

Williams was married to actor Mekhi Phifer and the two had a son, Omikaye Phifer.[11] In August 2008, she married D-Nice; they divorced in 2010.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Laurel Avenue Sheila Arnett Television film
1996 A Thin Line Between Love and Hate Erica Wright
1996 Sunset Park Cheryl
1996 High School High Natalie Thompson
1997 Damn Whitey Malinda Short film
1999 Uninvited Guest Tammy
1999 The Wood Alicia Nominated — Black Reel Award for Best Actress
2000 Dancing in September Rhonda
2005 Exposure Woman Short film
2006 Idlewild Zora
2007 Daddy’s Little Girls Maya
2008 First Sunday Tianna
2009 A Day in the Life Boopsy
2012 The Undershepherd Casandra American Black Film Festival Award for Best Performance
2012 2 Days in New York Elizabeth
2012 Back Then Andrea ‘Dre’ Devine
2012 Side by Side Herself
2012 A Cross to Bear Fae Television film
2013 24 Hour Love PJ
2013 Marry Me for Christmas Marci Jewel Television film
2014 Percentage Cassandra
2014 Girlfriends’ Getaway Camille
2014 Marry Us for Christmas Marci Jewel Television film
2015 Accidental Love Rakeesha
2015 Girlfriends Getaway 2 Camille
2015 A Baby for Christmas Marci Jewel
2016 ” Merry Christmas, Baby” Marci Jewel Television Film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 The Cosby Show Althea Logan Episode: “Calling Doctor Huxtable”
1990 The Cosby Show Shana Episode: “Denise Kendall: Singles Counselor”
1989 Miami Vice Lynette Episode: “Too Much, Too Late”
1993 Roc Celina Episode: “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Father”
1994 South Central Candi Episodes: “Dad” and “Gun: Part 2”
1994 My So-Called Life Yvette Episode: “The Substitute”
1994 Me and the Boys Elizabeth Episode: “Bad Influence”
1994-1995 Sister, Sister Tyra Episodes: “Get a Job” and “Field Trip”
1995 Under One Roof Tamika Episode: “Secrets”
1995 The Client Zora Ward Episode: “Them That Has…”
1996 Moesha Taylor Recurring role, 3 episodes
1996 The John Larroquette Show Shanelle Episode: “When Yussel Learned to Yodel”
1996 NYPD Blue Annette Morris Episode: “Ted and Carey’s Bogus Adventure”
1997 Dangerous Minds Lashawn Episode: “The Feminine Mystique”
1997-1998 Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher Tasha Morrison Series regular, 21 episodes
2000 Movie Stars Bianca Episode: “La Vida Loca”
2000-2004 Soul Food Tracy “Bird” Van Adams Series regular, 74 episodes
Nominated — NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (2003-2005)
2003 Half & Half Myra Episode: “The Big Much ‘I Do’ About Nothing Episode”
2004 The Division Tanya Episode: “Play Ball”
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Lori-Ann Dufoy Episode: “Careless”
2004 The District Rennee Episodes: “A.K.A” and “The Black Widow Maker”
2006 Windfall Kimberly George Series regular, 5 episodes

Music videos[edit]

MALIKA WILLIAMS

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Filmography

 Actress (16 credits)
 2017 I’m Dying Up Here (TV Series)
Marsha Warfield

Creative Indifferences (2017) … Marsha Warfield
 2014-2017 Everything I Did Wrong in My 20s (TV Series)
Leslie

The Investment Moment (2017) … Leslie
The Secrets Moment (2016) … Leslie
The Thanksgiving Moment (2016) … Leslie
The Winning Moment (2016) … Leslie
 2017 Ingrid Goes West
Nurse
 2017 Life in Pieces (TV Series)
Stadium Representative

Tailgate Spiral Souvenir Seating (2017) … Stadium Representative
 2013-2016 The Fosters (TV Series)
Teacher

Potential Energy (2016) … Teacher
Say Something (2014) … Teacher
The Fallout (2013) … Teacher
The Morning After (2013) … Teacher
 2015 No Pillowfights (TV Series)
Lisa

The Bachelorette Party (2015) … Lisa
 2015 Better Half
Mia
 2014/IV Exposure (Short)
Speed Dater
 2014 Diana Leigh (Short)
Charlotte Leigh
 2014 Shameless (TV Series)
Nurse Jarvin

Liver, I Hardly Know Her (2014) … Nurse Jarvin
 2012 2 Broke Girls (TV Series)
Waitress

And the Pre-Approved Credit Card (2012) … Waitress
 2012 Scandal (TV Series)
Guard

White Hats Off (2012) … Guard
 2012/I Much Ado About Nothing
Additional Cast
 2012 Make It or Break It (TV Series)
Receptionist

Truth Be Told (2012) … Receptionist
 2012/I Save the Date
Bookstore Patron (uncredited)
 2011 Dead in the Room (Short)
Announcer

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Kat Foster

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Kat Foster
Born (1978-05-17) May 17, 1978 (age 39)
Oakland, California, USA
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present

Kathryn Davidametja[1] “Kat” Foster (born May 17, 1978) is an American actress known for her role as Steph Woodcock on ‘Til Death.

Biography[edit]

A classically trained dramatic actress, Foster studied acting at New York University‘s Tisch School of the Arts. She later performed in many off-Broadway and regional productions, including “The Democracy Project” with Naked Angels and was awarded Best Actress for her performance in “Final Countdown” at the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival. An active member of the New York City theater community, she participated in extensive readings and workshops at the Manhattan Theater Club, MCC Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, and The Public Theater, among others.

TV roles[edit]

Past TV appearances include roles on Weeds, Family Guy, The Book of Daniel, Law & Order, ‘Til Death, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Royal Pains, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. In addition, she starred with Bobby Cannavale and Donnie Wahlberg in the NBC pilot NY-70, a stylized police show set in the 1970s, and the CBS pilot Webster Report, about a reluctant New York detective, also with Cannavale and Stanley Tucci.

Personal[edit]

Foster’s father managed bands. As a child, she danced “The Nutcracker” with the San Francisco Ballet.[2]

Foster attended The College Preparatory School with Chelsea Peretti.

Foster currently divides her time between Manhattan, New York and Los Angeles, California.

She is engaged to restaurateur Jim Hustead.[3]

Education[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

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