Maggie Lawson

Maggie Lawson was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. When she was eight, she began appearing in local community and dinner theater productions, and at 10, she earned an on-air commercial gig at a Louisville TV station, which soon led to a steady six-year role as a TV personality who filed news reports targeted for her fellow kids.

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  Actress (46 credits)
 2017 My Favorite Wedding (TV Movie)
Tess Harper
 2017 The Great Indoors (TV Series)

Cubicles (2017) … Rachel
Relationship Jack (2017) … Rachel
Friends Like These (2017) … Rachel
DTR (2017) … Rachel
 2016 Angel from Hell (TV Series)

The Flask (2016) … Allison
Rain Check (2016) … Allison
Funsgiving (2016) … Allison
 2014-2015 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)
Ms. McMartin

Of Course He’s Dead: Part 1 & 2 (2015) … Ms. McMartin
Don’t Give a Monkey a Gun (2015) … Ms. McMartin
Boompa Loved His Hookers (2015) … Ms. McMartin
A Beer-Battered Rip-Off (2015) … Ms. McMartin
For Whom the Booty Calls (2015) … Ms. McMartin
 2006-2014 Psych (TV Series)
Juliet O’Hara

A Nightmare on State Street (2014) … Juliet O’Hara (credit only)
A Touch of Sweevil (2014) … Juliet O’Hara (credit only)
Shawn and Gus Truck Things Up (2014) … Juliet O’Hara (credit only)
 2014 Save the Date (TV Movie)
 2012 Justified (TV Series)

Thick as Mud (2012) … Layla
 2010 A Date with Diana (Short)
 2009 Gamer
Female News Host #1
 2009 Killer Hair (TV Movie)
 2009 Still Waiting… (Video)
 2007 Cleaner
 2007 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)

Jeff’s Wooby (2007) … Jesse
 2006 Crumbs (TV Series)
Andrea Malone / Andrea Crumb

Sleeping with the Enemies (2006) … Andrea Malone
Six Feet Blunder (2006) … Andrea Crumb
Jody Crumb, Superstar (2006) … Andrea Malone
Friends in High Places (2006) … Andrea Malone
Whatever Happened to Baby Bodashka? (2006) … Andrea Malone
 2006 Psych Webisodes (TV Mini-Series)
Juliet O’Hara

 2005 Tru Calling (TV Series)
Megan Roberts

The Last Good Day (2005) … Megan Roberts
 2004 Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman (TV Movie)
 2004 Love Rules! (TV Movie)
 2004 Spellbound (TV Movie)
 2003 Winter Break
Michelle Casper
 2002 Heart of a Stranger (TV Movie)
Amanda Maddox
 2002 Cheats
 2002 Smallville (TV Series)
Chrissy Parker

Redux (2002) … Chrissy Parker
 2001-2002 Inside Schwartz (TV Series)

It’s All in the Footwork (2002) … Eve
Let’s Go to the Videotape (2001) … Eve
Pilot (2001) … Eve
 1999 Party of Five (TV Series)

We Gather Together (1999) … Alexa
Too Close (1999) … Alexa
Wrestling Demons (1999) … Alexa
 1999 ER (TV Series)
Shannon Mitchell

Responsible Parties (1999) … Shannon Mitchell
 1999 Family Rules (TV Series)
Hope Harrison / Hope Harrson

Bunny Von Bulow (1999) … Hope Harrison
Change Partners (1999) … Hope Harrison
Party Girl (1999) … Hope Harrson
The Pilot (1999) … Hope Harrison
The Gap (1999) … Hope Harrison
 1999 Felicity (TV Series)

Todd Mulcahy: Part 2 (1999) … Rebecca
 1999 Working (TV Series)

Romeo and Julie (1999) … Julie
 1999 Nice Guys Sleep Alone
 1998 Pleasantville
Lisa Anne
 1998 Kelly Kelly (TV Series)

The Wedding Show (1998) … Ally
 1998 I’ve Been Waiting for You (TV Movie)
Debbie Murdock
 1998 Home Improvement (TV Series)
Samantha Hayes

An Older Woman (1998) … Samantha Hayes
 1997 Boy Meets World (TV Series)

I Love You, Donna Karan: Part 1 (1997) … Debbie
 1997 Meego (TV Series)

Fatal Attraction (1997) … Brooke
 1997 Cybill (TV Series)

Like Family (1997) … Jennifer
 1997 Step by Step (TV Series)
Alana Mills

Loose Lips (1997) … Alana Mills
 1996-1997 Unhappily Ever After (TV Series)
Madolyn / Madelyn

The President (1997) … Madolyn
Sternberg (1997) … Madolyn
Halloween XXVII (1996) … Madolyn
Angel Gone Bad (1996) … Madelyn
 1996 Hang Time (TV Series)

Green-Eyed Julie (1996) … Kim

Janet Varney

Janet Varney

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Varney at the Comic Media Expo in October 2014
Born Janet Maureen Varney
(1976-02-16) February 16, 1976 (age 41)
Tucson, Arizona, U.S.
Nationality American
Education Rincon High School
Alma mater San Francisco State University
  • Actress
  • comedian
Years active 2003–present

Janet Maureen Varney (born February 16, 1976) is an American actress and comedian best known for hosting TBS’s Dinner and a Movie and as the voice of Korra in The Legend of Korra.

Early life[edit]

Varney was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. She graduated as salutatorian from Rincon High School in 1993[1][2] and is an alumna of San Francisco State University where she majored in theater. She later pursued a career in interior design before eventually finding her way back into acting.[3] Varney was raised Mormon, but left the church at 17 and now identifies as an agnostic.[4] Varney is of English and Scottish descent.[5][2]


Television projects[edit]

Varney was co-host of The Hollywood Show with Brian Unger, a recurring player on Norm Macdonald‘s sketch show Back to Norm and an ensemble player on Crossballs, all for Comedy Central. She also starred in the short-lived FOX comedy Happy Hour. In 2007, Varney appeared in the short films Random Acts of Kindness, Die Hardly Working, Eternal Waters, Worldly Possession, The Losers, Keep Off Grass, and Dress For Success which were made during the reality show On the Lot. She has recently appeared as recurring character “Bev” for the web series Back on Topps with Randy and Jason Sklar. Starting in 2008, she began starring in the HBO television series Entourage, playing television producer Amy Miller who works alongside Eric and Charlie. Varney was also cast in a movie called Best Player, starring opposite Jerry Trainor and Jennette McCurdy.

As well as television, Varney acts as host on ESCAPE!, a web series broadcast on Geek & Sundry where teams of celebrities work together to get out of an escape room.[6]

Dinner and a Movie[edit]

In 2005, Varney replaced Lisa Kushell as the hostess of the TBS cooking and entertainment show, Dinner and a Movie. She appeared alongside host Paul Gilmartin and chef Claud Mann in each episode introducing movies and injecting humor during the preparation of a creative dinner to go with some theme of the movie until the series’ cancellation in 2011.


Varney has written and performed several comedic audio commentaries for films along with fellow SF Sketchfest co-founder Cole Stratton. These appear on the Rifftrax website under the Rifftrax Presents branding, as being officially sanctioned by Rifftrax founder and Mystery Science Theater 3000 alumnus, Michael J. Nelson.

She has performed in Rifftrax commentaries for the following films:

Other professional projects[edit]

Varney is the co-founder, creative director and producer of SF Sketchfest, The San Francisco Comedy Festival and is also the co-founder of the San Francisco sketch group Totally False People. She performed with the Los Angeles and San Francisco-based group Sequel 4000. In March 2012, she launched a podcast entitled The JV Club, hosted on[7]

Personal life[edit]

She was in a relationship with comedian Chris Hardwick from 2004 to 2011.[8]

In young adulthood, Varney was diagnosed with depersonalization disorder.[9]



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Stuck Jane
2004 Crossballs: The Debate Show Additional Characters
2004 Catwoman Party Girl
2007 Humble Pie Joleen
2007 Dante’s Inferno Cleopatra / Various (voice)
2008 Bill Amelia Short
2009 Still Waiting… Haley Video
2010 Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega Sylvia Fishtickle – Mom
2011 Selling, TheThe Selling Mary Best
2011 Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer Mom
2014 Present Tense Cynthia Short
2016 Norm of the North Janet Voice
2016 Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse Shana


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Back to Norm Christine MacDonald Movie
2006 Free Ride Megan Episode: “Up the Aunty”
2006 Love, Inc. Glenda Episode: “Full House”
2006 Happy Hour Molly Episode: “The Mix CD”
2006 What About Brian Carol Episode: “What About First Steps”
2007 Home Purchasing Club Debbie Driscoll
2007 Untitled Rob Roy Thomas Project, TheThe Untitled Rob Roy Thomas Project Ellie Tennant Movie
2007 Halfway Hot Kimberly Costas Episodes: “Halfway Hot”, “Halfway High School”
2007 Die Hardly Working Heroine Movie
2007 Eternal Waters Lead Short
2007 Relic: Guardians of the Museum Luna the Moon Goddess
2007 How I Met Your Mother Stacey Gusar Episode: “Little Boys
2007 Weekend, TheThe Weekend Madelaine Movie
2008 Chocolate News Trina Johns Episodes: “1.3”, “1.7”
2008 Man Stroke Woman Various Movie
2008, 2014 Psych Mindy Howland / Connie Camp Episodes: “Murder?… Anyone?… Anyone?… Bueller?”, “Remake A.K.A. Cloudy… With a Chance of Improvement”
2008–09 Back on Topps Bev Cleary Series
2008–09 Entourage Amy Miller Episodes: “Redomption”, “Seth Green Day”, “One Car, Two Car, Red Car, Blue Car”
2009 Memory Lanes Tracy Morris Movie
2009 Bones Maureen Perot Episode: “The Bones That Foam”
2007 Grossology Alice Jenkins
2009 Better Off Ted Lawyer Episode: “Trust and Consequence”
2009 Married Not Dead Susan Movie
2011 Hot in Cleveland Ellen Episode: “Bad Bromance”
2011 Best Player Tracy Saunders Movie
2012 Game, TheThe Game Summer Grayson Episodes: “Drink, Pray, Love”, “Party in a Box”
2012 Sullivan & Son Kim Elliot Episode: “The Bar Birthday”
2012 Childrens Hospital Stacy Episode: “Ladies Night”
2012 Neil’s Puppet Dreams Patron Episode: “The Restaurant”
2012–14 Exes, TheThe Exes Lorna Episodes: “Shall We Dance”, “Friends without Benefits”
2012–13 Burning Love Carly Regular role (20 episodes)
2012–14 Legend of Korra, TheThe Legend of Korra Korra (voice) Main role
2013 MyMusic Nancy Spackman Episodes: “Sleep Working?!”,”I Can’t See!!!”
2013–14 Kroll Show Wife / Mrs. Wilson / Jessica Episodes: “Secret Room”, “Sponsored by Stamps”
2014 Warehouse 13 Elise Episode: “Secret Services”
2014 Maron Delphine Episode: “Therapy”
2014–present You’re the Worst Becca Barbara Recurring role (17 episodes)
2014 Sanjay and Craig Bernice / Yoga Instructor (voice) Episode: “Ting/Farkwerk”
2015 Shameless Park Mom Episode: “Rite of Passage”
2015 Other Space Host Episode: “Getting to Know You”
2016 Take My Wife Melina Marquez 3 episodes
2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Movie Trailer Wife Episode: “Kaley Cuoco Wears a Black Blazer and Slip on Sneakers”
2016–present Stan Against Evil Evie Barret 8 episodes
2016 American Housewife Jenn Episode: “Power Couple”
2016 ESCAPE! Host Web series
2017 Adam Ruins Everything Mandy Episode: “Adam Ruins Weight Loss”

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 The Legend of Korra Korra Main role (Voice)

Kether Donohue

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Kether Donohue

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Kether Donohue
Donohue at the series premieres of You're the Worst and Married in July 2014

Donohue at the series premieres of You’re the Worst and Married in July 2014
Born (1985-10-31) October 31, 1985 (age 31)
Manhattan, New York City, New York, U.S.
Other names Annice Moriarty
Kether Fernandez
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1997–present

Kether Donohue (born October 31, 1985)[1] is an American actress and singer. She is known for her role as Lindsay on You’re the Worst[2] and her role as a cappella leader Alice in Pitch Perfect.[3][4]

Early life[edit]

Donohue grew up in the Lower East Side neighborhood of New York City[3] and went to a performing arts high school.[5]

Donohue studied at the Anthony Meindl Acting Center.[6] In 2008, she graduated from Fordham University where she was a communication and media studies major with a concentration in film.[7]


Donohue is known for the voice of the temperamental divaesque Lily on the Nicktoons Network “anime” series Kappa Mikey, Kiki Benjamin on Mew Mew Power, Angela Rains on Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s, and Zoe and Chomp on Dinosaur King. Donohue was also featured in the video for “Coder Girl” by Dale Chase.

In January 2016, Donohue appeared in the role of Jan in the Fox presentation of Grease Live.[8]

Most notably, she received a Critics’ Choice Television Award nomination in December 2015 for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in the FX/FXX series You’re the Worst.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Donohue’s first name came from an angel name book, and means “Crown” in Hebrew. [3]



  • 2007: Over the GW – Sofia Serra
  • 2009: New York Lately – Pam
  • 2009: An Old Hope – Brenda Applegate
  • 2009: Aaron Bacon – Carrie Bacon
  • 2010: Boy Wonder – Lizzy
  • 2012: Altered States of Plaine – Violet
  • 2012: The Bay – Donna Thompson
  • 2012: Pitch Perfect – Alice
  • 2015: Pitch Perfect 2 – Legacy Bella
  • 2016: Collar – Debbie
  • 2016: Opening Night – Eileen


Voice roles[edit]


Alison Bennett is a writer and actress, known for You’re the Worst (2014), Hey Girl (2013) and The Awesomes (2013).




Writer (6 credits)
 2017 Idiotsitter (TV Series) (written by – 1 episode)

Better Off Ned (2017) … (written by)
  You’re the Worst (TV Series) (executive story editor – 11 episodes, 2015) (written by – 4 episodes, 2014 – 2016) (staff writer – 2 episodes, 2014)

Talking to Me, Talking to Me (2016) … (written by)
Men Get Strong (2016) … (written by)
The Heart Is a Dumb Dumb (2015) … (executive story editor)
Other Things You Could Be Doing (2015) … (executive story editor)
A Right Proper Story (2015) … (executive story editor)
  The Awesomes (TV Series) (executive story editor – 2 episodes, 2015) (story editor – 1 episode, 2015)

The Dames of Danger (2015) … (executive story editor)
Villain-Tine’s Day (2015) … (executive story editor)
Seaman’s Revenge (2015) … (story editor)
 2013 Betas (TV Series) (1 episode)

Lowdown (2013)
 2012 Jest Originals (TV Series short) (idea by – 1 episode)

Motorcycle Organ Donation Clinic (2012) … (idea by)
Hide Hide Show Show Actress (7 credits)
 2014 Film Pigs (TV Series)
Autumn / Herself – Guest Host

Quirky Dangerous Girl (2014) … Autumn / Herself – Guest Host
 2014 Ramsey Has a Time Machine (TV Series)

The Argument (2014) … Alison
 2013 UCB Comedy Originals (TV Series)

Movie Talker (2013)
 2012 Jest Originals (TV Series short)
Susan P.

Motorcycle Organ Donation Clinic (2012) … Susan P.
 2007/I Disconnect (Short)
 2003 One Number 2 (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (1 credit)
 2016 You’re the Worst (TV Series) (co-producer – 13 episodes)

You Knew It Was a Snake (2016) … (co-producer)
No Longer Just Us (2016) … (co-producer)
Talking to Me, Talking to Me (2016) … (co-producer)
The Seventh Layer (2016) … (co-producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2015 The Awesomes (TV Series) (executive story editor – 7 episodes)

The Final Showdown (2015) … (executive story editor)
Super(Hero) Tuesday (2015) … (executive story editor)
The GayFather (2015) … (executive story editor)
The Awesomes Reloaded (2015) … (executive story editor)
The Dames of Danger (2015) … (executive story editor)


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 Actress (68 credits)
 2017 You, Me and Him (completed)
 2018 A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV Series)
Esmé Squalor

Episode #2.4 (2018) … Esmé Squalor
Episode #2.3 (2018) … Esmé Squalor
 2016 New Girl (TV Series)

James Wonder (2016) … Genevieve
Sam, Again (2016) … Genevieve
 2016 Motherland (TV Series)

Pilot (2016) … Amanda
 2015 The Meddler
 2014/II Cake
Nurse Gayle
 2014 Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Daenerys Targaryen / Arya Stark / Kirk’s Date

Rebel Appliance (2014) … Daenerys Targaryen / Arya Stark / Kirk’s Date (voice)
 2014 Kroll Show (TV Series)

Cake Train (2014) … Violet
 2013 Hello Ladies (TV Series)

The Wedding (2013) … Mother
 2013 The Goldfish (Short)
The Goldfish (voice)
 2012-2013 Ben and Kate (TV Series)

Father-Daughter Dance (2013) … BJ
Ethics 101 (2013) … BJ
Gone Fishin’ (2013) … BJ
Bake Off (2013) … BJ
Girl Problems (2013) … BJ
 2012/I Yellow
 2012 The Wedding Video
 2012 Playhouse Presents (TV Series)

City Hall (2012) … Venitia
 2012 The Procession (Short)
 2010 Vexed (TV Series)
DI Kate Bishop

 2010 Elektra Luxx
 2009 Big Breaks (Short)
 2009 (Untitled)
The Clarinet
 2008 1% (TV Movie)
 2008 Wainy Days (TV Series)

Angel (2008) … Angel
 2008 Fairy Tales (TV Mini-Series)
Fenola Gay

Cinderella (2008) … Fenola Gay
 2007 Two Families (TV Movie)
 2007 The Omid Djalili Show (TV Series)
Miss Fanny Dashett

Episode #1.2 (2007) … Miss Fanny Dashett
 2007 The Sarah Silverman Program. (TV Series)

Ah, Men (2007) … Sally
 2007 Ladies and Gentlemen (TV Movie)
 2007 Grindhouse
Blonde In Don’t Trailer (uncredited)
 2006 Stingray (Short)
 2005 Agatha Christie’s Poirot (TV Series)
Susannah Henderson

After the Funeral (2005) … Susannah Henderson
 2005 Survivors (TV Mini-Series)
Juliet Savage

In Deep Water (2005) … Juliet Savage
 2004 My Family (TV Series)

Luck Be a Lady Tonight (2004) … Sarah
 2003 Second Nature (TV Movie)
Car Rental Girl
 2002 I Saw You (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2002) … Esther
 2002 Come Together (TV Movie)
 2002 Dinotopia (TV Series)

Night of the Wartosa (2002) … Shayna
 2001 It’s Not You, It’s Me (Short)
 2001 Goodbye, Mr Steadman (TV Movie)
Linda Mortimer
 2001 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Melissa Townsend

Tainted Fruit (2001) … Melissa Townsend
 2001 People Like Us (TV Series)

The Actor (2001) … Kate
 1999-2001 Big Bad World (TV Series)

Tory Girl (2001) … Melissa
Don’t Shred my Rabbit (1999) … Melissa
Happy Nappy (1999) … Melissa
Don’t Shoot the Cows (1999) … Melissa
 2000 Greenfingers
 2000 The 10th Kingdom (TV Mini-Series)
Sally Peep

Episode #1.10 (2000) … Sally Peep
Episode #1.6 (2000) … Sally Peep
Episode #1.5 (2000) … Sally Peep
Episode #1.4 (2000) … Sally Peep
 2000/I Cinderella (TV Movie)
 1999 Let Them Eat Cake (TV Series)

Making Voopee (1999) … Eveline
Murder (1999) … Eveline
The Pox (1999) … Eveline
 1999 Days Like These (TV Series)
Helen Foreman

The Pill (1999) … Helen Foreman
Eric’s Birthday (1999) … Helen Foreman
 1999 Renford Rejects (TV Series)
Sue White

They Thought It Was All Over (1999) … Sue White
Boyband (1999) … Sue White
Hello Sue (1999) … Sue White
 1998 The New Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Series)
Queen Stephanie

Orphans (1998) … Queen Stephanie


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  Actress (1 credit)
 2014 Secret Life of Babes (TV Series)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2009 America’s Next Top Model (TV Series)

Cycle 13: Revealed (2009) … Herself (as Lisa)
America’s Next Top Model Is… (2009) … Herself (as Lisa, credit only)
Hawaiian Hip Hop (2009) … Herself (as Lisa, credit only)
Dive Deeper (2009) … Herself (as Lisa, credit only)
Let’s Go Surfing (2009) … Herself (as Lisa, credit only)

Melanie Iglesias

Melanie Iglesias

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Melanie in 2013 during New York Fashion Week.
Born (1987-06-18) June 18, 1987 (age 30)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Nationality American
Occupation Model, actress, TV personality
Years active 2010–present
Relatives Alyssa Iglesias
Modeling information
Agency Red Model Management

Melanie Iglesias (born June 18, 1987 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American model and actress. After being voted Maxim‘s “Hometown Hotties” winner[1][2] in 2010, she has been featured in magazines such as World’s Most Beautiful,[3] Esquire, and Vibe.[4]

Iglesias has appeared in the World Poker Tour series and also appeared as herself on all seasons of Guy Code[5] and Girl Code, both of which air on MTV.[6] She also stars in the Guy Code spin off Guy Court.[7]

Early life[edit]

Melanie Iglesias was born on June 18, 1987 in Brooklyn, New York. Iglesias graduated from Tottenville High School on Staten Island in New York City. She is of Puerto Rican, Italian, and Filipino heritage.[3][8][9]


In 2010 Iglesias was voted Maxim‘s Hometown Hotties winner,[1][2] and in 2011 Maxim placed her on their annual list for the world’s most beautiful women, the “Maxim Hot 100.”[4] She was also featured on a special edition cover of Maxim USA, which was on stands for three consecutive months.[4] She was number 87 on FHM 100 Sexiest of 2015. [10]

In 2011, she was featured in the premiere issue of World’s Most Beautiful, a 3D magazine photographed by celebrity photographer Nick Saglimbeni.[3] She won the number two slot in Vibe Magazines “30 Sexiest Celebrities Under 30.”[4]

Iglesias at the set of MTV’s Guy Court in 2013, where she plays the bailiff

Iglesias appeared as the Royal Flush Girl[2] in 265 episodes of the World Poker Tour. She has appeared as herself on all three seasons of Guy Code,[5] and was then cast in a spin-off show called Girl Code which airs on MTV every Thursday.[6] She is also starring in yet another Guy Code spin off, Guy Court as the bailiff.[7] She is going to star in the 2016 comedy movie Abnormal Attraction.[11]



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Actress (27 credits)
 2017 Half Magic (completed)
Women’s Empowerment Groupie
 2017 Mike Tyson Mysteries (TV Series)
Brianna / Puneet

A Dog’s Life (2017) … Brianna (voice)
Mystery on Wall Street (2017) … Puneet (voice)
 2014-2017 Tosh.0 (TV Series)
Daniel’s Wife / Katie Thomas LFL Player

Drone Wife Cheat (2017) … Daniel’s Wife
Lingerie Football Coach (2014) … Katie Thomas LFL Player
We Buy Golf (2014)
 2016 Fameless (TV Series)

Ear Factor (2016)
 2016 Mary + Jane (TV Series)
Tanya Westford

420 (2016) … Tanya Westford
Girl on Gurl (2016) … Tanya Westford
 2016 Barely Famous (TV Series)

Death of a Relationship (2016) … Nanny
 2016 Sorry, Ari (TV Series)

Karen’s Friends (2016) … Kelly
 2016 Breakup Breakdown (TV Series)
Partygoer in Closet
 2016 Hashtaggers (TV Series)
Molly Scharf

#LimoTrapped with Zuri Hall (2016) … Molly Scharf
#Colin’sRival with Ian Ziering (2016) … Molly Scharf
#Zoe101 with Stassi Schroeder (2016) … Molly Scharf
#CelebDiet with Kevin Smith (2016) … Molly Scharf
#CatPhone with Heidi Montag (2016) … Molly Scharf
 2016 The Middle (TV Series)

The Rush (2016) … Whitney
 2015 Rough Day (TV Series short)
 2015 Shaded (TV Series)
Cindy / Wife / Rhonda Lyon

Black to the Future (2015) … Cindy
Avengers: Age of Latinos (2015) … Wife
Empire Supreme Court (2015) … Rhonda Lyon
Minority Emmys (2015) … Cindy
 2015 Never Have I Ever (Short)
 2015 The Spoils Before Dying (TV Mini-Series)
Red LaLane

The Trip Trap (2015) … Red LaLane
Murder in B Flat (2015) … Red LaLane
 2015 Command Center (TV Mini-Series)
 2015 2 Broke Girls (TV Series)
Vape Girl

And the Crime Ring (2015) … Vape Girl
 2014 The Tiffany and Erin Show (TV Series)
Bestie 2

Fight or Flight (2014) … Bestie 2
Do Not Pass Go (2014) … Bestie 2
 2012 Casa de mi Padre
Band Member #2 (as Patricia Guggenheim)
 2012 Shit People Don’t Say in LA (Short) (as Patricia Guggenheim)
 2011 Web Therapy (TV Series)

Shrinking & Growing (2011) … Bryn
Public Relations (2011) … Bryn
 2010-2011 Funny or Die Presents… (TV Series)
Sophia Loren Michaels-Novax (segment “Brick Novax’s Diary”) / Maxime Staton (segment “Brick Novax’s Diary”) / Supernova (segment “Brick Novax’s Diary”) / …

Episode #2.5 (2011) … Sophia Loren Michaels-Novax (segment “Brick Novax’s Diary”) (voice)
Episode #2.3 (2011) … Maxime Staton (segment “Brick Novax’s Diary”) (voice)
Episode #2.1 (2011) … Supernova (segment “Brick Novax’s Diary”) (voice)
The Carpet Brothers (2010) … Patty
 2011 Brick Novax’s Diary (Short)
Beautax 7 (as Patricia Guggenheim)
 2010 Vlog Star (Video short)
Piper (as Patricia Guggenheim)
 2008-2010 Carpet Bros (TV Series)

Episode #2.1 (2010) … Patty (as Patricia Guggenheim)
Jinglebox Joy (2008) … Patty (as Patricia Guggenheim)
Carpet Trouble (2008) … Patty (as Patricia Guggenheim)
 2008 Web Therapy (TV Series)

  The Alchemist Agenda
Chancellor (as Patricia Guggenheim)



Actress (9 credits)
 2017 Veep (TV Series)

Omaha (2017) … Assistant
 2016 Dice (TV Series)
Toni’s Assistant

Alimony (2016) … Toni’s Assistant
 2014 Teenage Mountain Lion (TV Series)
Daisy Hollings

Let’s Dance (2014) … Daisy Hollings
The Big Game (2014) … Daisy Hollings
Secret Friends (2014) … Daisy Hollings
Lisa’s Party (2014) … Daisy Hollings
 2013 Nikolai (Short)
Camper 1
 2011 Foodies (TV Series)

Food-o-ween (2011) … Iliza
Who’s Chicken? (2011) … Iliza
Pilot (2011) … Iliza
 2010/II Surprise Party (Short)
 2008-2009 Dorm Life (TV Series)
Abigail Constance Brown

Moving Out: Finale Part 2 (2009) … Abigail Constance Brown
Dormal: Finale Part 1 (2009) … Abigail Constance Brown
Quiz Bowl (2009) … Abigail Constance Brown
Floor Dinner (2009) … Abigail Constance Brown
SpoOoOoky Adventure!!! (2009) … Abigail Constance Brown

Amber Lawrence

Amber Lawrence

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Amber Lawrence
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Amber Lawrence in 2016
Background information
Birth name Amber Louise Lawrence
Born (1978-04-19) 19 April 1978 (age 39)
Mascot, New South Wales
Origin Australia
Genres Australian country music
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1995-present

Amber Louise Lawrence (born 19 April 1978)[1] is an Australian country music singer-songwriter, with five albums, an EP, and a number of awards to her credit. After being nominated six times previously, she won the Golden Guitar Award for Female Artist of the Year in 2015 for her fourth album, Superheroes.[2][3]

Early life[edit]

Lawrence grew up in the Sydney suburb of Mascot.[4] She attended Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College, Sydney where she completed the Higher School Certificate in 1995, including a place in the Order of Merit List.[5] After graduating from the University of New South Wales with a commerce degree and working for six years as a chartered accountant for Qantas, Lawrence became a full-time musician.[6]

Music career[edit]

She has released a debut EP, I’ve Got The Blues, and four full-length albums to date: The Mile (2007), When It All Comes Down (2009), 3 (2011) and Superheroes (2014).[7]

Lawrence was nominated for “Independent Country Album of the Year” by the Australian Independent Record Labels Association for her debut album, The Mile.[8] In 2008, she was nominated for the Golden Guitar for “Female Artist of the Year” and “New Talent”.[6] In 2009, she won the Golden Guitar “People’s Choice Award” for “Female Artist of the Year”, as well as being nominated for “Female Artist of the Year”, “APRA Song of the Year” and “Video Clip of the Year,” capping it off with an APRA nomination for “Country Work of the Year” for the single “Good Girls”.[9] In 2010, she won “Female Vocalist of the Year” at the Victorian National Country Music Awards, and was nominated for “Best Independent Country Album” at the Independent Music Awards;[citation needed] she also won the new Golden Guitar category of “Horizon Award”, while her album When It All Comes Down was nominated three times.[10] In 2012[11] and 2013,[12] Lawrence was again nominated for the Golden Guitar “Female Artist of the Year”. In 2014, Lawrence was nominated for “Female Artist of the Year” at the Australian Club Entertainment Awards.[citation needed]

In 2015 Lawrence was awarded the Golden Guitar for Best Female Artist of the Year, the Australian Bush Laureate Award for Contemporary Song Lyric of the Year[13] and was nominated for Heritage Song of the Year, both for “The Lifesaver”.[14] The song is especially meaningful to her, as it deals with her family’s response to her father’s stroke.[15] She was also named CMC Music Video Channel’s Female Oz Artist of the Year.[16]

Lawrence performing in 2011

She has been nominated in the CMC Top 20 Artists of the Year five years running, and is the winner of six Southern Star Independent Awards, including Independent Album of the Year (twice), APRA/AMCOS Independent Country Music Single of the Year (twice), Independent Artist of the Year, Independent Female Artist of the Year (twice).[citation needed] Fourteen of her singles have either reached #1, top 5 or top 10 on the Country Music Radio Chart and CMC Video Charts.[citation needed]

Lawrence performs over 100 shows per year, including an extensive schools mentor performance programme, having already notched up over 200 performances around the country for kids. Lawrence has performed and is featured at many of the leading country music festivals, such as Gympie Muster, CMC Rocks The Hunter and QLD, Mildura Music Festival, Deni Ute Muster, Caboolture, Mudbulls & Music, Derwent Valley Muster,[17] etc.[citation needed] She has toured with the likes of Lee Kernaghan, The McClymonts,[6] Adam Harvey, Melinda Schneider, Sunny Cowgirls, and Kaylens Rain, and event tours such as Chic Frontier.[6]

Over the years, she has also been a supporter of Australia’s military, performing for the troops both abroad and at various events around the country. In 2007, she played in East Timor,[18] and in 2013, she was in the Sinai, entertaining Australian and coalition forces.[19] Her song “Man Across The Street” is about a returned veteran; it resulted in her 2013 Golden Guitar nomination for “Best Female Artist of the Year”.[12]

Lawrence is an ambassador for the Special Olympics.[20]


Albums and EPs[edit]

Title Year Notes
I’ve Got the Blues 2006 EP
The Mile 2007 Reached No. 4 on the ARIA charts[21]
When It All Comes Down 2009
3 2011
Superheroes 2014
Happy Ever After 2016 Reached No. 44 on the ARIA charts[22]
Our Backyard (with Travis Collins) 2017 Reached No. 40 on the ARIA charts[23]


Title Year Notes
“I’ve Got the Blues”[24]
“Things That Bring Me Down” Topped the CMC Top 30 countdown[21]
“Gonna Fly” Ranked second for at least two weeks in the Country Tracks Top 30 singles chart[25]
“Good Girls” #1 in the Country Tracks Top 50 Singles Chart for five weeks and ranked in the top 30 for 20 weeks[26]
“The Mile” From The Mile album
Dedicated to teenage apprentice jockey Sam McRae, who died in a horse racing accident[27]
“Don’t Do Lonely Well” Part of “a string of number one hits,” along with “Wrecking Ball” (below),[28] climbing to the top of the Country Tracks Top 30 on 7 November 2009[29]
“Wrecking Ball”
“Women Like Me (Don’t Like Girls Like You)”
“Always Kiss Me Goodnight” From When It All Comes Down
Reached and held the #1 spot on the Country Tracks Top 30 singles chart in July 2011[30]
“Everybody’s a Mess” Rose to #4 on the Country Tracks Top 30 at the end of February 2011[31]
“Man Across the Street”
“Try” Named the official anthem of the Special Olympics Australia Junior Games[32]
“Pretty Little Liar” From 3
Climbed to the #5 spot on the Country Tracks Top 30 in December 2013[33]
“Superhero” Debuted at #3 on the ARIA country chart in September 2014[34]
“Lifesaver” From Superheroes