Mary Grill is known for her work on The Detour (2016), Veep (2012) and Mad Men (2007).

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Actress (31 credits)
 2017 I’m Sorry (TV Series)

Acts of Service (2017) … Laura
 2017 Shrink (TV Series)

O.T.T. (2017) … Sandy
Burn Rubber (2017) … Sandy
Well Sanded (2017) … Sandy
1,920 Hours (2017) … Sandy
 2016-2017 The Detour (TV Series)
Federal Agent / Agent Mary

The Birth (2017) … Agent Mary
The Beach (2016) … Federal Agent
The Track (2016) … Federal Agent
The Drop (2016) … Federal Agent
The Road (2016) … Federal Agent
 2016 FML
 2016 Take My Wife (TV Series)

 2016 Spaghettiman
Miss Hansen
 2015 You’re the Worst (TV Series)
Female Executive

We Can Do Better Than This (2015) … Female Executive
 2015 The Genderton Project (TV Movie)
 2015 The Comedians (TV Series)
Wife #1

Partners (2015) … Wife #1
Damage Control (2015) … Wife #1
Celebrity Guest (2015) … Wife #1
 2015 Slow Learners
 2015 Highly Evolved Human (TV Series)

The Bank (2015) … Nurse
 2014 Mad Men (TV Series)
Mrs. Minor

The Strategy (2014) … Mrs. Minor
 2014 Veep (TV Series)
Melissa Conners

Clovis (2014) … Melissa Conners
 2013 Eagleheart (TV Series)

Quint (2013) … Trish
Joe (2013) … Trish
America (2013) … Trish
 2013 Breakup at a Wedding
Mary Kowalchik
 2013 The Mindy Project (TV Series)

Take Me with You (2013) … Maggie
Triathlon (2013) … Maggie
Pretty Man (2013) … Maggie
Danny’s Friend (2013) … Maggie
Mindy’s Birthday (2013) … Maggie
 2013 Whitney (TV Series)

Nesting (2013) … Rebecca
 2013 Lil Women (Short)
 2013 Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 (TV Series)

Dating Games… (2013) … May
 2012 Hamsters (TV Movie)
Mary Duvall
 2012 Boardwalk Empire (TV Series)
Woman at Herkemeyer’s Speakeasy

Bone for Tuna (2012) … Woman at Herkemeyer’s Speakeasy
 2012 Periods.
 2012 Fops (Short)
 2012 Viking Wives (Short)
 2012 Jest Originals (TV Series short)
Bar Patron

Budweiser Good (2012) … Bar Patron
 2011 Nam (Short)
 2010 CollegeHumor Originals (TV Series)
Sales Associate

Business Stilts (2010) … Sales Associate
 2010 Hags (Short)
 2010 Stunted (TV Mini-Series)
Jeff Grill

Patti Murin

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Patti Murin

Patti Murin is an actress, known for Chicago Med (2015), Before We Made It (2012) and Royal Pains (2009). She has been married to Colin Donnell since June 19, 2015.


Actress (3 credits)
 2016-2017 Chicago Med (TV Series)
Dr. Nina Shore / Pathologist

Love Hurts (2017) … Dr. Nina Shore
Deliver Us (2017) … Dr. Nina Shore
Ctrl Alt (2017) … Dr. Nina Shore
 2012-2016 Royal Pains (TV Series)
Ana / Ava

The Good News Is… (2016) … Ana
 2012 Before We Made It (TV Movie)
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2012 Submissions Only (TV Series) (special thanks – 1 episode)

Woof! (2012) … (special thanks)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2014 The Show (TV Series)

Episode #2.17 (2014) … Herself


Caissie Levy

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Caissie Levy

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Caissie Levy

Levy outside the stage door of Ghost the Musical in London.
Born Caissie Shira Levy
(1981-04-15) 15 April 1981 (age 36)
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Singer, actress
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) David Reiser (m. 2011)

Caissie Levy is a Canadian stage actress and singer.

Early life[edit]

Levy was born to Jewish parents Mark, a general practitioner, and Lisa Levy, an administrator at her husband’s practice.[1] She has two elder brothers, Robi and Josh, who are film directors/writers/producers known as The Levy Brothers. Levy graduated from Westdale Secondary School in 1999.[2] Set to study Shakespeare in Canada, Levy was given the suggestion to audition for New York’s American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA); on a whim she did and got in. She has also taught several audition workshops for students in the NYC area. She went to camp in Camp Ramah in Canada.


A week after graduating from AMDA she made a name for herself by playing the role of Maureen Johnson in the U.S. national tour of Rent. Levy then played the role of Penny Pingleton in both the Broadway and U.S. national tour companies of Hairspray after understudying the role in the Toronto company.[3] During this time, she also covered the role of Amber Von Tussle.

In 2008, Levy starred as Elphaba in the Los Angeles sit-down production of Wicked. She had previously understudied the role on Broadway and briefly served as standby in Los Angeles.[4] Her first performance took place on January 1, 2008, replacing Eden Espinosa. She left the show on May 11 of the same year, and was replaced by her standby Teal Wicks.

Levy recently starred as Sheila in the Broadway revival of Hair, which began previews on March 6, 2009 and opened March 31, 2009 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.[5] She left the Broadway cast on March 7, 2010, when she was succeeded by Diana DeGarmo, to open the West End revival which began performances April 1, 2010 at the Gielgud Theatre.[6] The show later closed September 4, 2010.

In 2011 Levy originated the role of Molly Jensen in Ghost the Musical, which opened at Manchester Opera House in March for a seven-week run before transferring to London’s West End at The Piccadilly Theatre from June 24, 2011. The official gala opening night took place on July 19.[7] Levy departed the West End production on January 12, 2012, where she was succeeded by Siobhan Dillon the next day. She later opened the Broadway production reprising her role as Molly Jensen along with Richard Fleeshman, her co-star in the West End production as Sam Wheat. The Broadway production began previews on March 15, 2012 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre and officially opened on April 23, 2012. Levy and Fleeshman remained in the production until its premature closure on August 18, 2012.[8]

She can be heard on the cast recording for Hair and Ghost the Musical as well as singing, “Please Don’t Let Me Go” on the re-release of composer Scott Alan’s album Keys. Levy can also be heard singing “Dear Daddy” on composer Bobby Cronin’s album and “I Am Yours” on composer Jonathan Reid Gealt’s album Thirteen Stories Down. All of them are available on iTunes.

On November 26, it was announced that Levy would be releasing an EP in January 2013 and will be promoting the release through a concert alongside her husband, David, at Galapagos Art Centre, New York on the January 14th,[9] followed by two dates at the London Hippodrome Casino on 26 and 27 January.[10][11]

Levy starred as Sara in the acclaimed Manhattan Theatre production of Murder Ballad, a musical by Trip Cullman. The show began previews on May 9, 2013 and officially opened at the off-Broadway Union Square Theatre on May 22.[12] The show concluded its run on July 21, 2013.[13]

On October 22, 2013 it was announced Levy had been cast as Fantine in the Broadway revival of Les Miserables, which opened at the Imperial Theatre on March 23, 2014.[14] She left the role on 1 March 2015.[15] On April 17, 2017, Disney Theatrical Productions officially announced that Levy would originate the role of Elsa in the musical adaptation of Frozen.[16]

Theatre Credits[edit]

Start year Production Role Notes and awards
2002 Rent Maureen
  • US National Tour
  • Performances: (August 2002 – February 2003)
2004 Hairspray Understudy Penny/Amber
  • Performances: Toronto
2005 Hairspray Penny
  • US National Tour
  • Performances: (October 2005 – May 2006)
2006 Hairspray Penny
  • Broadway
  • Performances: Neil Simon Theatre (May 2006 – August 2006)
2006-2007 Wicked Ensemble, understudy Elphaba
  • Broadway
  • Performances: Gershwin Theatre (December 2006 – October 2007)
2007 Wicked Elphaba standby, Elphaba
  • LA Production
  • Performances: Pantages Theatre (November 2007 – January 2008, January 2008 – May 2008)
2009 Hair Sheila
  • Broadway
  • Performances: Al Hirschfeld Theatre (March 2009 – March 2010)
2010 Hair Sheila
  • West End
  • Performances: Gielgud Theatre (April 2010 – September 2010)
2011 Ghost The Musical Molly
  • Manchester
  • Performances: Manchester Opera House (March 2011 – May 2011)
2011 Ghost The Musical Molly
  • West End
  • Performances: Piccadilly Theatre (June 2011 – January 2012)
2012 Ghost The Musical Molly
  • Broadway
  • Performances: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (March 2012 – August 2012)
2013 Murder Ballad Sara
  • Off-Broadway
  • Performances: Union Square Theatre (May 2013 – July 2013)
2014 Les Misérables Fantine
  • Broadway
  • Performances: Imperial Theatre (March 2014 – March 2015)
2015 First Daughter Suite Patti Davis/Julie Nixon
  • Off-Broadway
  • Performances: Public Theatre (October 2015 – November 2015)
2017–18 Frozen Elsa
  • 2017 Pre-Broadway run in Denver
  • 2018 Broadway: St. James Theatre

Personal life[edit]

On October 30, 2011, Levy married actor David Reiser in an evening ceremony at the Soho Beach House in Miami, after five years of dating. In March 2016, Levy gave birth to the couple’s first child, a son.[17]

Julissa Bermudez


Julissa Bermudez

Julissa Bermudez was born on September 28, 1983 in the Dominican Republic. She is an actress, known for Make It Happen (2008), BET Awards 2006 (2006) and I Love Toys (2006).


Actress (10 credits)
 2017 Danger One (completed)
 2016 Ringside (TV Movie)
 2010 Sara (Short)
 2010 Rescue Me (TV Series)
Hot Bartender

Legacy (2010) … Hot Bartender
 2010 Harlem Hostel
 2009 Z Rock (TV Series)

Z My Baby (2009) … Lola
 2009 Royal Pains (TV Series)

Strategic Planning (2009) … Maxine
 2008 Make It Happen
 2006 The Wannabe (Short)
David’s Fantasy Girl

Elyse Levesque

Elyse Levesque (born Elyse Marie Levesque in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) began acting at the age of 11, when she became part of the repertory company for the acclaimed children’s television series, Incredible Story Studio (1997). This was followed by commercial work for both television and radio and the role of the villainous “Dr. Maxine Rich


Actress (41 credits)
  Sugar (TV Movie) (pre-production)
 2017 Orphan Black (TV Series)
Detective Maddy Enger

To Right the Wrongs of Many (2017) … Detective Maddy Enger
One Fettered Slave (2017) … Detective Maddy Enger
Guillotines Decide (2017) … Detective Maddy Enger
Beneath Her Heart (2017) … Detective Maddy Enger
Clutch of Greed (2017) … Detective Maddy Enger
 2017 Legends of Tomorrow (TV Series)

Camelot/3000 (2017) … Guinevere
 2016 Shoot the Messenger (TV Series)
Daisy Channing

Full Circle (2016) … Daisy Channing
Darkness Comes to Light (2016) … Daisy Channing
News Travels Fast (2016) … Daisy Channing
Strange Bedfellows (2016) … Daisy Channing
Careful What You Pray For (2016) … Daisy Channing
 2016 Notorious (TV Series)
Alexa Downey

Friends and Other Strangers (2016) … Alexa Downey
 2016/II Meridian (Short)
Mysterious Woman
 2016 Motive (TV Series)
Whitney Fraser

Foreign Relations (2016) … Whitney Fraser
 2016 Containment (TV Series)
Rita Sanders

There Is a Crack in Everything (2016) … Rita Sanders
Pilot (2016) … Rita Sanders
 2015 Mesmerized
 2015 Fishing Naked
 2015/I Fruitcake (Short)
 2014 Transporter: The Series (TV Series)
Zara Knight

End Game (2014)
T2 (2014) … Zara Knight
 2013 Sons of Liberty
 2012 In Return
 2009-2010 SGU Stargate Universe Kino (TV Mini-Series)
Chloe Armstrong / Airman Kelly

We Volunteer to Do This (2010) … Chloe Armstrong / Airman Kelly
You Okay? (2009) … Chloe Armstrong
 2009 Christmas Crash (Video)
Teresa Johnson
 2008 Free to Go (Short)
 2008 A Season to Wither (Short)
 2008 Storm Cell (TV Movie)
 2008 Men in Trees (TV Series)

 2008 Journey to the Center of the Earth (TV Movie)
 2007 Smallville (TV Series)
Casey Brock

Gemini (2007) … Casey Brock
Wrath (2007) … Casey Brock
 2007 Flash Gordon (TV Series)

Possession (2007) … Layla
 2007 The Deadly Pledge (TV Movie)
Whitney Seasons
 2004-2007 (TV Series)

Blackout (2007) … Vanessa
A Very Thin Edge (2004) … Vanessa
 2007 The Wedding Wish (TV Movie)
Tina Landers
 2007 Unthinkable (TV Movie)
Kelly Shaw
 2007 Masters of Horror (TV Series)
Virginia Poe

 2006 Family in Hiding (TV Movie)
Alicia Peterson
 2005 The Lost Angel
Young Billie
 2004 The Cradle Will Fall (TV Movie)
 2003 Betrayed (TV Movie)
Camp Leader
 2002-2003 2030 CE (TV Series)
Dr. Maxine Rich / Maxine Rich

Where’s Robby? (2003) … Maxine Rich
 2001 MythQuest (TV Series)

Orpheus (2001) … Eurydice
 1997 Incredible Story Studio (TV Series)

SEE RANK Yasmine Al-Bustami

Yasmine Al-Bustami was born in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She is known for her work on I Ship It (2016), The Originals (2013) and Nashville (2012).







  Actress (28 credits)
 2015/IV Blurred Lines (Short) (completed)
 2017 You Get Me
 2017 Do I Have To? (TV Mini-Series)

Uber (2017) … Luna
 2017 Route 66 (Video short)
 2016-2017 The Inspectors (TV Series)

Faking It (2017) … Amy
A Sweater for Phil (2016) … Amy
 2016 Super Novas
 2016 I Ship It (TV Series)

Is That It? (2016) … Sasha
Battle of the Bands (2016) … Sasha
A Musical Adventure (2016) … Sasha
Cool Beans (2016) … Sasha
 2016 Roomers (Short)
 2015 Angie + Zahra (Short)
 2015 The Halloween Song (Who You Gonna Be?) (Video short)
 2015 Unimaginable
 2015 Switched at Birth (TV Series)

The Player’s Choice (2015) … Stephanie
 2015/V Reborn
 2015 Yasmine (TV Series)
 2014 Nashville (TV Series)
Delissa Birch

First to Have a Second Chance (2014) … Delissa Birch
 2013-2014 The Originals (TV Series)
Monique Deveraux

From a Cradle to a Grave (2014) … Monique Deveraux (as Yasmine Al Bustami)
The Battle of New Orleans (2014) … Monique Deveraux (as Yasmine Al Bustami)
A Closer Walk with Thee (2014) … Monique Deveraux (as Yasmine Al Bustami)
The Big Uneasy (2014) … Monique Deveraux (as Yasmine Al Bustami)
Moon Over Bourbon Street (2014) … Monique Deveraux (as Yasmine Al Bustami)
 2013 R (Short)
 2013 When It’s Your Time (Short)
 2013 M15F1T5
Preacher Boy
 2013 Ladies’ Man: A Made Movie (TV Movie)
 2012/III The Package (Short)
 2012 The Symphony of Silence (Short)
 2012 Walking the Halls
High School Student
 2011 Road to Peshawar (Short)
 2010 Flower (Short)
 2010 The Neighbors Horror Saga (Short)
Kari-Tale of the Pawn
 2010 Unimaginable (Short)
  Beauty for Ashes
Cheryl Fields



 Actress (33 credits)
 2017 Being Mary Jane (TV Series)
Aaliyah Luckett

Episode #4.19 (2017) … Aaliyah Luckett
Episode #4.17 (2017) … Aaliyah Luckett
Episode #4.16 (2017) … Aaliyah Luckett
Episode #4.15 (2017) … Aaliyah Luckett
Episode #4.20 (2017) … Aaliyah Luckett
 2016 Ringside (TV Movie)
 2016 Grandfathered (TV Series)

The Sat Pack (2016) … Alicia
 2015 Certifiable (Short)
 2015 Mouthpiece
 2015 Casual (TV Series)

(2015) … Annaleigh
 2015 You’re the Worst (TV Series)

Born Dead (2015) … Heather
 2015 Chasing Life (TV Series)

First Person (2015) … Ruthie
As Long as We Both Shall Live (2015) … Ruthie
 2014 New Girl (TV Series)

LAXmas (2014) … Trish
 2014 Happyland (TV Series)

Repeated Infractions (2014) … Aisha
 2014 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Nova Jenkins

Go It Alone (2014) … Nova Jenkins
 2014 The Haunted Hathaways (TV Series)
Cajun Woman

Haunted Duel (2014) … Cajun Woman
 2013 See Dad Run (TV Series)
Celebrity Presenter

See Dad McLivin’ with the McGinleys (2013) … Celebrity Presenter
See Dad Campaign (2013) … Celebrity Presenter
 2013 Jaded the Series (Video short)
 2013 The Fosters (TV Series)
ER Nurse #2

Vigil (2013) … ER Nurse #2
 2013 The Goodwin Games (TV Series)
Party Goer

Welcome Home, Goodwins (2013) … Party Goer
 2013 The Mindy Project (TV Series)

Pretty Man (2013) … Saleswoman
 2013 Welcome to Hollywood… Florida (TV Movie)
 2013 Adopted (TV Movie)
 2012 Jane by Design (TV Series)
Nina’s Assistant

The Backup Dress (2012) … Nina’s Assistant
 2012 Sixufus
Hillary Bunton
 2011 Bed. Head. (Short)
 2011 Straight on ’til Morning (TV Movie)
 2011 Gigantic (TV Series)
Casting Director

Back to Normal (2011) … Casting Director
 2011/I Birds of a Feather
Reality Girl #6
 2010 Birds of a Feather (TV Movie)
Reality Girl #6
 2009 LA Sales (Short)
 2009 Lovely (Short)
 2007 House of Payne (TV Series)

I Got the Hook Up (2007) … Amber
 2007 Freakin’ Funny (Short)
 2006 Family Curse


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 Actress (8 credits)
 2014 You’re the Worst (TV Series)
Hipster Ingenue

Sunday Funday (2014) … Hipster Ingenue
 2014 Zoochosis Prep (Short)
 2013 Lovelace
Playboy Bunny (uncredited)
 2012 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Gia Lamont

Home Town Glory (2012) … Gia Lamont (uncredited)
 2012 Pair of Kings (TV Series)

Kinkowan Summer (2012) … Model
 2012 Hollywood Heights (TV Series)

Loren Doesn’t Make the Cut (2012) … Model
 2012 The Newsroom (TV Series)

We Just Decided To (2012) … Waitress

Jeanine Mason

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Jeanine Mason

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Jeanine Mason
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Born (1991-01-14) January 14, 1991 (age 26)
Miami, Florida, United States
Nationality American
Occupation Actress/Dancer/Student
Years active 2009-present
Known for Winning So You Think You Can Dance: Season 5; Bunheads
Height 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)[1]
Weight 120 lb (54 kg)

Jeanine Marie Mason (born January 14, 1991) is an American actress and dancer. After winning the 5th season of the Fox television show So You Think You Can Dance and earning the title of America’s Favorite Dancer, her acting career began. She was last seen in ABC biblical drama “Of Kings and Prophets” opposite Ray Winstone and in the feature film Default opposite David Oyelowo. She has also appeared in TV series such as ABC Family’s Bunheads, “You’re The Worst“, “Awkward“, TNT’s Major Crimes, “NCIS: Los Angeles“, “CSI” and Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush. In 2012 Jeanine was nominated for Best Lead Actor at the Idllywild International Festival of Cinema for her work in the film Understudy. She will next be seen in Valerie Weiss‘s film “The Archer” opposite Bailey Noble.

Mason became the first Cuban American to win So You Think You Can Dance.

Personal life[edit]

Mason was born in Miami, Florida, and grew up in a dance-oriented family in Pinecrest, an affluent Miami neighborhood. Both of her parents are of Cuban descent.[2] Mason began her dance training at the age of three[3] in ballet and flamenco, and went on to study jazz, acrobatics, hip-hop, modern, and contemporary dance. Mason began her study of theatre at age 11 with community and middle school productions. Upon moving to Los Angeles, California, Mason continues to study theater while also keeping a focus on film and Television at The Michael Woolson Studio.[4] Jeanine graduated cum laude from UCLA in the Spring of 2014 and accredits the knowledge that she has attained at the school to fueling her creative work. “It’s always interesting to me how my studies mirror my life. Any time I’m learning new academic material, I find a way to use it in my work. And the more material I have to pull from, the richer that work becomes.”[5]

So You Think You Can Dance[edit]

At the age of 18, Mason competed on the fifth season of the show So You Think You Can Dance, becoming the youngest winner in the history of the competition over fellow contestants Brandon Bryant, Kayla Radomski, and Evan Kasprzak. For the first five weeks of the competition (Top 20 to Top 12), Mason was partnered with Phillip Chbeeb. During the show’s sixth week (Top 10), Mason danced a contemporary number choreographed by Travis Wall and was partnered with Jason Glover. Later, Mason was also partnered with Brandon Bryant, Ade Obayomi, Evan Kasprzak, and Kayla Radomski. Mason was consistently praised for her strong and versatile performances.[citation needed]

During the fall of 2009, Mason toured the United States with the top twelve dancers of the So You Think You Can Dance competition.[6]

Acting career[edit]

Shortly after completing So You Think You Can Dance, Mason turned her full attention to channeling her performing skills into her other lifelong love, the craft of acting. Her on-screen career began when Mason starred in the Halloween episode of Nickelodeon’s hit show, Big Time Rush., from there she guest starred in The Bling Ring, CSI, The Fresh Beat Band, and Hollywood Heights before landing the recurring role of Cozzette on ABC Family’s Bunheads and leading roles in the pilots Hot Mess, and Delirium. She has also booked roles on Major Crimes and Secret Life of the American Teenager as well as several smaller, independent projects.[7]


Mason performed on November 29, 2009 at the Dizzy Feet Gala in Los Angeles, California at the Kodak Theater. She and Jason Glover performed their popular contemporary piece, “If It Kills Me”, choreographed by Travis Wall, and originally performed Top 10 week on SYTYCD.[8] Glover has described Mason as “Unique. You just don’t find dancers like her. She has beautiful lines, is funky and charismatic, and has so much life onstage. Not only does it show in her movement but also on her face. Jeanine is a brilliant performer and one of my favorite people to watch—not just in our group, but out of any dancer I’ve seen, from Gregory Hines to Gene Kelly.” [9] On November 9, 2010, Mason performed a contemporary-ballroom dance with Mark Ballas to John Legend‘s “Ordinary People” on the hit television show, Dancing With the Stars.

Her sister, Alexis, also auditioned for the eighth season of So You Think You Can Dance, and made it all the way to final solo performances before Top 20 in Vegas.


Week Partner Dance Song Result
1 Phillip Chbeeb Hip-Hop Mad“—Ne-Yo Safe
2 Tango “Violento (Up Mix)”—Bailongo! Safe
3 Broadway “Moses Supposes”—from”Singin’ in the Rain Safe
4 Hip-Hop Love Lockdown“—Kanye West Bottom 3
Results show solo Moonlight Sonata“—Smart Sleep With Classical
5 Russian folk dance Kalinka“—Barynya Bottom 3
Jive Stuff Like That There“—Bette Midler
Results show solo “Baby’s Romance”—Chris Garneau
6 Jason Glover Contemporary “If It Kills Me (The Casa Nova Sessions)”—Jason Mraz Safe
Performance show solo “Violento (Up Mix)”—Bailongo!
7 Brandon Bryant Smooth Waltz May It Be“— Hayley Westenra Safe
Pop Jazz Battlefield“—Jordin Sparks
Performance show solo “Let the Drummer Kick”—Citizen Cope
8 Ade Obayomi Samba LoveGame“—Lady Gaga Safe
Hip-Hop Move (If You Wanna)“—Mims
Performance show solo Feedback“—Janet Jackson
9 Evan Kasprzak Jazz “Heartbreaker”—MSTRKRFT featuring John Legend Winner
Kayla Radomski Contemporary “The Four Sections: IV (Full Orchestra)”—Steve Reich
Brandon Bryant Paso Doble ”Tetsujin”— from The Matrix Revolutions
Final solo Por una Cabeza“—The Tango Project


Year Title Role Notes
2011 Bling Ring, TheThe Bling Ring Bosso Television film
2011 Glassy Short film
2012 ¡Understudy! Clara Klein Short film
2014 Default Marcela
2016 El Empantanado (The Muddy) Heili
2017 Archer, TheThe Archer Rebecca Rosinsky
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Big Time Rush Muffy Episode: “Big Time Halloween”
2011 Fresh Beat Band, TheThe Fresh Beat Band Amy Episode: “Step It Up”
2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Gween Seligson Episode: “Brain Doe”
2012 Hollywood Heights Natalie 2 episodes
2013 Bunheads Cozzette 7 episodes
2013 Secret Life of the American Teenager, TheThe Secret Life of the American Teenager Bebe Episode: “Money for Nothin'”
2013 Major Crimes Heather Episode: “Jailbait”
2014 Awkward Shayne Episode: “Prison Breaks”
2014 You’re the Worst Dana Episode: “Equally Dead Inside”
2014 NCIS: Los Angeles Bonnie Flores Episode: “The Grey Man”
2016 Of Kings and Prophets Merav Main role; 9 episodes
2017 Daytime Divas Nick 2 episodes


Lara Spencer

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Born Lara Christina Von Seelen
(1969-06-19) June 19, 1969 (age 48)
Garden City, New York, United States
Education Garden City High School
Alma mater Pennsylvania State University
Occupation Television journalist
Height 5’10
Spouse(s) David Haffenreffer (m. 200015)
Children 2

Lara Christine Von Seelen[1] (known professionally as Lara Spencer) (born June 19, 1969)[2] is an American television presenter. She is best known for being the co-anchor for ABC‘s Good Morning America.[3] She is also a correspondent for Nightline and ABC News. Previously, she was the host of the syndicated entertainment newsmagazine The Insider from 2004 to 2011, and was a regular contributor to CBS’s The Early Show.[4] Before then, she was the national correspondent for Good Morning America and spent several years as a lifestyle reporter for WABC-TV. She also hosted Antiques Roadshow on PBS for the 2004 and 2005 seasons,[5] and Antiques Roadshow FYI, a spin-off of Antiques Roadshow, during 2005. She hosts the show Flea Market Flip on both HGTV and the Great American Country channel.


Spencer grew up in the New York suburb of Garden City, Long Island,[2] where she graduated from Garden City High School in 1987.[6] She attended Pennsylvania State University on an athletic scholarship[6] for springboard and platform diving and was a nationally ranked competitive diver.[citation needed] She was named an All American Athlete in 1991,[7] her senior year, and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.[8][9]

Following college, Spencer went into the NBC page program where she would volunteer to work with other reporters in order to gain experience. From there, she landed a position at the CBS affiliate WDEF-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where she “was literally a one-man band”, serving as reporter, producer, editor, cameraman and news-van driver. A year later, she joined News 12 Long Island and two years following that she was anchoring the 3 AM newscast for WABC-TV.[10] While there, she covered the TWA Flight 800 crash, which was considered her big break.[10][11] She then joined ABC‘s Good Morning America in 1999 as a national correspondent.[3]

Spencer married former CNNfn journalist David Haffenreffer on September 30, 2000 at St. Andrew’s Dune Church in an Episcopal ceremony.[1] The couple have two children, Kate and Duff.[12] They lived in the Riverside[13] section of Greenwich, Connecticut, before moving to Los Angeles in 2008.[citation needed] In March 2015, the couple announced that they had separated[12] and they were divorced in June 2015.[14]

In 2014, Spencer was named grand marshal at Penn State‘s Homecoming 2014.[7]

In 2017, Spencer hosted the limited series People Icons.[15]

Television producer[edit]

Spencer was the creator and executive producer of the prime time game show, It’s Worth What?, hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, which aired during the summer of 2011 on NBC.[16]

Spencer has also created and produced two shows based on her passions for interior designing, which were a one-hour special titled I Brake for Yard Sales that originally aired in April 2012 on HGTV, and a flea market-themed television series currently airing on Great American Country called Flea Market Flip.[17]

Other work[edit]

Spencer’s first book, titled I Brake for Yard Sales, a guide on how to create high-end looking rooms using second hand finds, was published and released in April 2012.[18] In September 2013, she along with Chris Harrison hosted the 87th Miss America pageant at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in which Spencer had replaced Brooke Burke-Charvet. The pageant was broadcast on ABC on September 15, 2013.[19] She later returned to co-host Miss America 2015 with Harrison on September 14, 2014.[20] Her second book, titled Flea Market Fabulous: Designing Gorgeous Rooms with Vintage Treasures, a guide on designing rooms and homes, was published and released on September 16, 2014.[21]