Hutchison at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
|Born||(1986-02-08) 8 February 1986
Auckland, New Zealand
Anna Hutchison (born 8 February 1986) is a New Zealand actress best known for her roles as Delphi Greenlaw on Shortland Street (2002–04); Lily Chilman, the Yellow Cheetah Ranger on Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008); Allison Dine on Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities (2009); Amy Smart on Go Girls (2009–12); Jules Louden in The Cabin in the Woods (2012), Laeta on Spartacus: War of the Damned (2013) and Sasha on Anger Management (2013–14).
Hutchison’s career began on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street and continued in the American series Power Rangers Jungle Fury. She also played Allison Dine, the girlfriend of crime figure Terry Clark in the Australian television series Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities also known as Underbelly: The Mr Asia Story, and Amy Smart in the New Zealand television comedy-drama series Go Girls. In 2012, she starred in the Joss Whedon-Drew Goddard meta-fictional slasher film The Cabin in the Woods.
|2006||The Lost One||Emma||Short film|
|2012||The Cabin in the Woods||Jules Louden|
|Rotting Hill||Lizzy||Short film|
|2015||Call to Duty||Sarah Williams|
|The Right Girl||Kimberly|
|The Night Before||Kayla|
|Sugar Mountain||Angie Miller|
|2016||Drive By||Lisa||Short film|
|2016||A Firehouse Christmas||Jenny||Film|
|2017||Vengeance: A Love Story||Teena|
|2002–04||Shortland Street||Delphi Greenlaw||Main role|
|2006||Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior||Lisa||Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2006||Orange Roughies||Anja||Episodes: 1.1, 1.2|
|2007||Ride with the Devil||“Pony” Gemmel||Main role|
|2008||Power Rangers Jungle Fury||Lily Chilman / Yellow Cheetah Ranger||Main role, 32 episodes|
|Legend of the Seeker||Bronwyn||Episode: “Identity“|
|2009||Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities||Allison Dine||Main role, 13 episodes|
|2009–12||Go Girls||Amy Smart||Main role, 37 episodes|
|2011||Sea Patrol||Jodie||Episode: “The Hunted“|
|Wild Boys||Emilia Fife||Main role, 10 episodes|
|Panic at Rock Island||VJ Pilly||Television movie|
|2013||Spartacus: War of the Damned||Laeta||Main role, 10 episodes|
|2014||Auckland Daze||Anna||Episode: 2.5|
|2013–14||Anger Management||Sasha||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|2016||Wrong Swipe||Anna||Lifetime Television movie|
|Cup of Love||Zoe||Hallmark Television movie|
|2017||Amero Squad||Agent Andrea (Female Version of Agent Oscar)|
|2004||New Zealand Television & Film Award for Best Juvenile Actor in a Television Series||Shortland Street||Nominated|
|TV Guide Best on the Box People’s Choice Award for Rising Star||Shortland Street||Won|
|TV Guide Best on the Box People’s Choice Award for Best Actress||Shortland Street||Nominated|
|2005||TV Guide Best on the Box People’s Choice Award for Best Actress||Shortland Street||Nominated|
|2006||New Zealand Screen Award for Best Performance in a Short Film||The Lost One||Nominated|
|2010||Logie Award for Most Outstanding New Talent||Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities||Nominated|
|Alma mater||San Diego State University|
|Awards||2009 Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling|
Mindy Hall is a makeup artist who has worked on films such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010). She also worked on Star Trek (2009), where she was involved in the redesign work on the Romulan race. For her work on that film, she won an Academy Award for Best Makeup.
Hall decided to pursue a career in Hollywood makeup at the age of 17. She attended San Diego State University, but she dropped out and instead joined the apprenticeship programme for makeup at the San Francisco Opera. Following her completion of the course, she worked with several regional opera companies to do makeup as well as hairstyling and wig construction.
Mindy is co-author with Gretchen Davis of The Makeup Artist Handbook published by Focal Press. She worked on a number of films, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, P.S. I Love You and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. As part of her work on 2009’s Star Trek, she was involved in the redesign of the Romulan race seen in the film. She was the department head of makeup on the film, where she led a team of over forty makeup artists as well as Joel Harlow and Barney Burman who designed the aliens seen in the movie.
The make-up team working on Star Trek won an Oscar at the 82nd Academy Awards. It was the trio’s first nomination and was the first Oscar to have been awarded to any film in the franchise. They repeated their success at the 36th Saturn Awards, even though the event was dominated by the success of James Cameron‘s Avatar. In 2011, she was nominated for an Emmy Award for outstanding makeup, mini-series or movies as the head
|Born||Adrianne Marie Curry
(1982-08-06) August 6, 1982 
Joliet, Illinois, U.S.
(m. 2006; div. 2013)
Adrianne Marie Curry (born August 6, 1982) is an American model and reality television personality. She is best known as the star of VH1’s reality show My Fair Brady and being the first winner of the reality television series America’s Next Top Model. She is of Italian descent.
Curry won the first cycle of America’s Next Top Model. She was signed to Wilhelmina Models in New York City. She has modeled for several magazines, including Life & Style Weekly, Us Weekly, Star, OK!, Stuff, People, Maxim (and made the Maxim Hot 100 list in 2005), Spanish Marie Claire, Von Dutch, Von Dutch Watches, Salon City, Macy’s, Famous Stars and Straps, Lucky, Ed Hardy, Kinis Bikinis, Beverly Hills Choppers, and Merit Diamonds. Curry’s runway shows include Anne Bowen Spring 2005, Jaime Pressly, Pamela Anderson‘s line, Ed Hardy, Von Dutch, and Christopher Deane. She has appeared in a commercial for the Merit Diamonds Sirena Collection that ran from November 2004 to January 2006. She appeared on the cover and in a nude pictorial for the American edition Playboy in February 2006. She returned for a second cover and nude pictorial in the January 2008 issue. Curry made Playboy’s 2008 top 25 sexiest women, along with the top 100 Playboy spreads 2008 edition. In late 2006, Curry modeled for a technological demo created by Nvidia to showcase their video cards. She is a spokesmodel for The Flex Belt with Denise Richards.
Television and film
Curry was a co-host on the television game show Ballbreakers. In 2006, she appeared on Gameshow Marathon as a celebrity panelist on the Match Game episode. She starred in “Rock Me Baby” (2004) and Half & Half (2003) on UPN. Curry also appeared on Dirt starring Courteney Cox, with whom she shared scenes. She appeared in rock band’s The Click Five music video “Just the Girl“, along with husband Christopher Knight. Curry appeared on VH1‘s celeb science fiction reality show Celebrity Paranormal Project in 2006, along with her husband, and on WE TV’s From Russia with Love that documented her trip to Russia and aired November 2007. She has also starred in the films Fallen Angels, Light Years Away and “Jack Rio.”
In early 2005, Curry appeared on VH1’s fourth season of The Surreal Life. After the season ended, Curry and fellow house guest Knight began dating, and later moved in together. On September 11, 2005, VH1 began airing My Fair Brady, a show that documented their life together and paid her an estimated US$450,000. The show led her to being featured in Maxim’s Hot 100, a list of the “hottest” women on earth and ranked #100 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2005.
Season 3 of My Fair Brady began airing on January 21, 2008 and focused on Curry’s breast enhancement surgery and Knight’s competing (and contrary) desire to start a family. In June, 2008, Curry and her family and friends appeared on NBC‘s Celebrity Family Feud. Between November and December 2010, Curry worked as the “Resident Celebrity Gamer” panelist judge on the second series of The Tester, a reality program on the PlayStation Network. She has returned to the panel in the third series which began on the 7th February 2012. Curry hosted live coverage of Blizzcon for Direct TV in 2011, as well as Hosting live from E3 for Namco Bandai in both 2011 and 2012. Most recently, Curry has teamed up with comic book legend Stan Lee to create her show “Superfans” for his new YouTube channel, Stan Lee’s World of Heroes. “Superfans” began airing each week on YouTube in October 2012.
Christopher Knight proposed to Curry on the season finale of My Fair Brady, on VH1, which aired on November 6, 2005. The show was renewed for a second season that began in June 2006, and focused on the couple’s wedding preparations. The couple wed in Curry’s hometown of Joliet, Illinois on May 29, 2006, in a gothic-style wedding. Says Curry of the goth-themed ceremony, “I wanted to go as Gothic as I could and as traditional as I could without ruffling anyone’s feathers. … I wanted to have a black dress … but I knew it would break my grandmother’s heart.” In 2007, Curry and Knight appeared on the Dr. Phil Show to discuss their marital issues on an episode dealing with large age gaps in relationships. Dr. Phil predicted that their style of arguing, particularly Knight’s hurtful comments, was a strong predictor of impending divorce in couples. The couple announced their separation on May 29, 2011. The couple filed for divorce on August 19, 2011 and it became final in 2013.
At the 2014 San Diego Comic Con, when a friend was sexually assaulted, Curry (who was costumed as Catwoman) defended the victim by counter-attacking the assailant, hitting him with the hilt of her bullwhip. She quickly drove the attacker away. Curry was named one of the top ten most popular cosplayers in 2014.
- America’s Next Top Model (Reality Series) (2003) As herself (Won)
- Half & Half (TV series) (2003) as Roberta
- Hot Properties (TV series) (2005) as Danushka
- E! True Hollywood Story (2006) as herself
- Jack Rio (2008) as Lisa
- The Tester (Reality Series) (2010–2012) as herself (judge)
- Bridalplasty (2010) as herself
- Tales of Halloween (2015) as herself (cameo)
- My Fair Brady (co-producer) (5 episodes, 2008)
- Chris & Adrianne Do Russia (2007) (TV) (co-executive producer)
- My Antonio (2009) (TV) (associate producer)
- Adrianne Curry’s Superfans (2012) (executive producer, co-creator, host)