Tori Griffith

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Filmography

Actress (11 credits)
 2017 Princess of the Row (filming)
Teen Girl
 2015 Any Other Day (Short) (completed)
Camilla Roberts
 2015/I Table Manners (Short) (completed)
 2016 Lost Girls (Short)
Beth
 2016/I Outta Control (Short)
Jasmine
 2016 Finding Fortune (TV Movie)
Rose
 2015 Get Educated (TV Series)
Michelle

First Day of School (2015) … Michelle
 2015 The Fergusons (TV Series)
Kailey Ferguson

Kailey’s Party (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
Telepathic (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
What Is Love? (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
The Salad Bowl (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
 2015 No More Tomorrows (Short)
Sophia
 2014 City of the Lost (Short)
Jade
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 2017 The 38th Annual Young Artist Awards (post-production)
Herself – Award Nominee
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ELIZA GONZALEZ

 

 

ELiza González Reyna (Spanish pronunciation: [‘ei̯sa ɣon̥’sales ‘r̄ei̯na]; born 30 January 1990) is a Mexican actress and singer. In 2007, she gained popularity for her debut role as “Lola” in the Mexican teen-oriented musical telenovela Lola…Érase una vez. She currently plays Santanico Pandemonium on the television show From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.

Early life[edit]

Born in Caborca, Sonora, Mexico,[2] González is the only daughter of former Mexican model, Glenda Reyna. Her father, Carlos, died in a motorcycle accident when she was twelve; she has cited her father’s death as a strong influence in her career.[3] She has one brother, Yulen, who is twelve years older than her. She attended two private bi-lingual schools, Edron Academy and the American School Foundation, both located in Mexico City.[4][5] She completed two years of a three-year course at Televisa‘s acting school, Centro de Educación Artística, before she was cast as the protagonist in the 2007 teen-oriented telenovela Lola…Érase una vez at 16.

Acting career[edit]

2007–2012: Career beginnings and breakout success in Latin America[edit]

From 2003 through 2004, González studied acting at the M & M Studio, an acting school in Mexico City run by famed actress, Patricia Reyes Spíndola.[4] At age 14, she was accepted into Televisa’s famous acting school, Centro de Educación Artística in Mexico City. While attending school, she was first spotted by producer and director, Pedro Damian (best known for his success with Latin pop band, RBD). Two years later, Damian cast González in a remake of Argentina’s famous children’s telenovela, Floricienta. She portrayed “Lola”, the lead female protagonist in Lola…Érase una vez. The show began filming in late 2006 and debuted in Mexico on February 26, 2007. It was later shown in various countries throughout Latin America and the US. To promote the show, González went on a national tour in Mexico to perform songs that she sang on the show. Lola…Érase una vez ran for two seasons before ending in early 2008. Following the completion of Lola…Érase una vez, González, accompanied by her mother, moved to New York City briefly to attend a three-month course of acting classes at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in the spring of 2008. She returned to Mexico City in early fall of that same year.[6]

In April 2009, González was cast in an episode of the popular crime drama television series Mujeres Asesinas as a supporting character for the second season. She starred alongside Mexican actress Susana González in the episode Tere, Desconfiada, playing the teenage antagonist, “Gaby”. González commented that she was informed about the casting call while she was preparing to release her first solo album Contracorriente.[7]

In early 2010, following the US release of González’s debut album, Contracorriente, she announced to fans via Twitter that she had been cast as the lead protagonist in the musical “tween” telenovela Sueña conmigo.[8] González played dual roles of “Clara” and Clara’s alter-ego “Roxy Pop”. For the role, González traveled to Buenos Aires to film in April 2010. She lived in Buenos Aires for a year, travelling back to Mexico City on breaks during the production of Sueña conmigo. When filming ended in February 2011, Gonzalez returned to Mexico City. The show was produced by Televisa and Nickelodeon Latin America, and aired on July 20, 2010 in Argentina, Mexico, and other Latin American countries. Because of its success in Argentina, the cast performed several concerts in throughout Argentina from March to July 2011.[9]

In June and July 2011, González attended castings for Televisa’s newest tween television series, Miss XV in Mexico City. She auditioned for one of two lead roles and was considered for the lead role. However, producers felt she was too old for the part and she lost the role.[10]

In early 2012, González filmed Casi 30, a comedy-drama directed by Alejandro Sugich. Filming was conducted in Sonora and Mexico City. González plays Cristina, an 18-year-old ballet student who falls in love with Emilio, the film’s lead character.[11] The film marks González’s acting debut in cinema. In 2013, the movie premiered at several film festivals in Mexico, but it premiered nationwide in Mexico on August 22, 2014.[12][13][14]

In May 2012, she was officially confirmed as one of the female protagonist, Nicole “Nikki” Brizz Balvanera, for Televisa’s latest telenovela, Amores verdaderos. Amores verdaderos is a telenovela remake of the TV Azteca television series Amor en custodia, based on the Argentine telenovela of the same name. Filming began on July 23, 2012 and concluded in early May 2013. The show premiered on September 3, 2012 for Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico.

Originally, Mexican producer Pedro Torres offered González the lead role of Sofía López-Haro (Serena Van Der Woodsen in the original television show) in his television show, Gossip Girl: Acapulco, the Mexican remake of the hit American television series, Gossip Girl. González considered accepting the role, but declined, due to her rigorous filming schedule for Amores verdaderos.[15]

2013–present: Transition to English-speaking roles and breakthrough[edit]

In September 2013, González was cast in director Adrian Cervantes’ film, All Hail the Squash Blossom Queen. The film was slated to star Bonnie Wright of the Harry Potter film franchise, and González was expected to play “Brittany” in the movie. She was later dropped from the project when the role was recast in 2015.[16][17] In November 2013, she was announced as a cast member for producer Robert Rodriguez‘s television series, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.[18] González plays Santanico Pandemonium, a role portrayed by Salma Hayek in the original film. The role is González’s first English-speaking part, and she is also featured prominently on the print advertisements for the series. The show is produced by Rodriguez for his cable network El Rey. González relocated to Austin, Texas to film the program’s first season. Following its U.S. debut, the show began available for streaming internationally on Netflix in the UK, Canada, and Latin America. On March 26, 2014, the series was renewed for a second season on El Rey.[19][20][21] On August 12, 2014, she hosted the “MTV Millennial Awards” at the Pepsi Center in Mexico City.[22][23] In March 2015, González and the cast of From Dusk till Dawn: The Series returned to Austin, Texas to begin filming for the show’s second season.[24]

She appeared as “Darling” in the action film Baby Driver, released in 2017.[25]

Spokesmodel career[edit]

In 2008, González was chosen as the new face of “Color Trend de Avon” for cosmetics brand Avon in Mexico.[26] She filmed commercials for the skincare brand, “Asepxia”, in Mexico in 2009. She was announced as the newest brand ambassador for skincare line, Neutrogena in February 2015. She filmed advertisements in both Spanish and English to promote the brand.[27]

Musical career[edit]

Debut album: Contracorriente (2008–2010)[edit]

Following the success of her debut performance in Lola…Érase una vez, González signed a deal with EMI Televisa to record her own album as a solo artist in late 2008. Pre-production and recording for González’s debut album, Contracorriente (Counter-current in English) began in fall 2008; the album was recorded in Texas, Los Angeles, and Mexico City. The album was released in Mexico on November 24, 2009. It was released in the US on January 26, 2010. The album’s only single, Mi Destino Soy Yo, was released in Mexico on October 20, 2009.[28] To promote the single, she performed at televised music festivals and concerts across Mexico.[29] Because of the Sueña conmigo musical tour in Argentina, González was unable to embark on a longer tour for the album or release a second single.

Second album: Te acordarás de mí (2011–2012)[edit]

In June 2011, González announced that she wished to focus on the production and recording of her second solo album. She also revealed that she planned to spend the remainder of the year working on new music and would not return to film or television projects until the album was completed.[30] She completed production on her second album during the first months of 2012. The album was recorded in Mexico City, Texas, and the Dominican Republic.[31]

Her first single, Te Acordarás de Mí, was released for digital download on iTunes for Mexico on April 16, 2012 and May 22, 2012 for the U.S. The song was co-written by González, singer-songwriter Alejandra Alberti, and Carlos Lara in Mexico City.[32] González’s second album, Te Acordarás de Mí was released on June 12, 2012 in Mexico for physical and digital format; it was released digitally on iTunes the U.S. on the same day.[1][33] The album contains 12 songs; González co-wrote three songs.[34] Te Acordarás de Mí debuted at number 66 on the Mexican Charts.[35] Invisible was announced as the second single; it was released on the radio in Mexico on August 1, 2012.[36]

In February 2013, González confirmed plans for a re-release edition of her second album but it was later cancelled.[37]

Personal life[edit]

González moved to Los Angeles, California in late August 2013 to further pursue her acting career.[38][39] She is fluent in English, Spanish and speaks some Italian.[4] In June 2011, she began dating Mexican businessman Pepe Diaz for two years. The pair split in the summer of 2013.[citation needed] In 2014, she began dating her From Dusk till Dawn: The Series co-star, D.J. Cotrona until June 2016. In September 2015, she revealed that she struggled with depression and compulsive overeating from age 15 to 20 as a result of her father’s death.[40][41]

Filmography

Actress (14 credits)
 2017 Highway (filming)
Jane
  God’s Equation (TV Series) (announced)
Candelaria Ortiz

Episode #1.13 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.12 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.10 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.9 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.8 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
 2015 Jem and the Holograms
Jetta (as Eiza Gonzalez)
 2014 Almost Thirty
Cristina
 2013 Romeo Santos: Propuesta Indecente (Video short)
Rich Girl
 2012-2013 True Love (TV Series)
Nikki Brizz Balvanera

Gran final: Part 3 (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
Gran final: Part 1 (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
Gran final: Part 2 (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
La advertencia de Salsero (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
Dolor de padre (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
 2010-2011 Sueña conmigo (TV Series)
Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop

¡Sigue tus sueños y Sueña Conmigo! (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
¡Fiesta de fin de curso y la verdad a Octavio! (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
La Despedida de Cec (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
La Promesa de Luca (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
¿Renunciar es lo Mejor Esta Vez? (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
 2009 Mujeres asesinas (TV Series)
Gabriela Ortega

Tere, desconfiada (2009) … Gabriela Ortega
 2008 Plaza Sésamo (TV Series)
Lola

Amigas para siempre (2008) … Lola
 2007 Lola: Érase una vez (TV Series)
Dolores ‘Lola’ Valente

Lola: Érase una vez (2007) … Dolores ‘Lola’ Valente

Lily James

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Lily James

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Born Lily Chloe Ninette Thomson
(1989-04-05) 5 April 1989 (age 28)
Esher, Surrey, England
Alma mater Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2010)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2010–present
Notable work

Lily Chloe Ninette Thomson (born 5 April 1989), known as Lily James, is an English actress. She played Lady Rose Aldridge in the ITV period drama Downton Abbey, and the title role in the 2015 Disney film Cinderella. In 2017 she played Debora, the love interest of the main character Baby, in the action film Baby Driver.

James began her professional acting career as Ethel Brown in the 2010 BBC production Just William. In 2011 and 2012, she earned warm reviews in several London theatre productions. She began to appear in Hollywood films in 2012, with roles in Wrath of the Titans, Fast Girls and Baby Driver, and in television roles such as Countess Natasha Rostova in the 2016 BBC historical drama series War & Peace.

Early life[edit]

Lily James was born in Esher, Surrey, England, the daughter of Ninette (née Mantle), an actress, and musician James “Jamie” Thomson.[1] Her grandmother, Helen Horton, was an American actress.[2][3] She began her education at the Tring Park School for the Performing Arts[4] and subsequently went on to study acting at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in 2010.[5][6]

Career[edit]

Her television credits include Ethel Brown in the 2010 BBC production of Richmal Crompton‘s Just William, Poppy in the fourth series of ITV’s Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2011), and the rebellious Lady Rose in the last episode of series three of Downton Abbey.[7] Lady Rose later became a main character in the fourth and fifth series of the programme.[8] James also appeared as Lady Rose in the series finale.[9]

In 2011, James played Taylor at the Young Vic Theatre in Tanya Ronder’s stage adaptation of the novel Vernon God Little directed by Rufus Norris,[10] Nina in Russell Bolam’s modern adaptation of The Seagull at Southwark Playhouse, and Desdemona in Daniel Evans‘s production of Othello at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, alongside Dominic West and Clarke Peters. Quentin Letts wrote in The Daily Mail: “We may have a new star actress on our hands. … She left drama school only last year, yet she practically sweeps all before her as Desdemona in this Othello. Poise, diction, allure – she has them all. … Her character’s love affair with a much older husband is completely believable.”[11]

In 2012, James played the role of Katrina in Play House and Marijka in Definitely the Bahamas in a double-bill written and directed by Martin Crimp at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, London as part of the theatre’s fortieth anniversary. Charles Spencer of The Telegraph wrote that “it is performed with a persuasive mixture of mischief and deeper feeling by Obi Abili and Lily James, the latter combining a mixture of neuroticism and glowing sexual allure that proves extraordinarily potent”.[12] James played the role of Korrina in the Warner Brothers film Wrath of the Titans and starred in Fast Girls, written by Noel Clarke, centered around a group of young female athletes competing in the World Championships.

James played the title character in the 2015 live-action Disney film Cinderella.[13] The film was released on 13 March 2015. James was photographed by Annie Leibovitz as Cinderella, in the blue gown her character wears to the ball, for the December 2014 issue of Vogue.[14][15] James also made her singing debut in the film’s end credits, covering “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from the 1950 animated film.

In 2016, she returned to television in the 2016 BBC historical drama series War & Peace, playing the character of Natasha Rostova. She also starred in her second major film, playing the role of Elizabeth Bennet in the action-horror film Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a parody of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It received mixed reviews and failed to break even at the box office. James played the role of Juliet in the Garrick Theatre‘s production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Rob Ashford and actor-director Kenneth Branagh in 2016.

In 2017 she played Debora, the love interest of the main character Baby, in the action film Baby Driver. James is set to portray the younger version of Donna Sheridan in the sequel to Mamma Mia!, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again![16]

Personal life[edit]

James’s father died from cancer in 2008; she has said that filming father/daughter scenes in Cinderella was therefore very emotional for her.[17]

She is currently in a relationship with English Actor Matt Smith.[18]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Chemistry Ines Short film
Wrath of the Titans Korrina
Broken Older Skunk
Fast Girls Lisa Temple
2015 Cinderella Cinderella Also playback singer for “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes
Burnt Sara
2016 Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Elizabeth Bennet
The Exception Mieke de Jong
The Tale of Thomas Burberry Betty Short film
2017 Baby Driver Debora
Darkest Hour Elizabeth Nel Post-production
2018 Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! Young Donna Sheridan Filming
Little Woods[19] Deb Post-production
Guernsey Juliet Ashton Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Just William Ethel Brown 4 episodes
2011 Secret Diary of a Call Girl Poppy 8 episodes
2012–2015 Downton Abbey Lady Rose MacClare 21 episodes
2016 War & Peace Natasha Rostova 6 episodes

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Vernon God Little Taylor Young Vic Theatre
2012 The Seagull Nina Southwark Playhouse
2016 Romeo and Juliet Juliet Garrick Theatre

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Refs
2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Downton Abbey Won
2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Downton Abbey Won
2015 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Cinderella Nominated [20]
2015 Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards Breakthrough Award Cinderella Won [21]
2016 Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Cinderella Nominated [22]
2017 Whatsonstage.com Awards Best Actress in a Play Romeo and Juliet Nominated [23]

LILY COLLINS

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Filmography

 Actress (8 credits)
  In the Grave (post-production)
Anna Parsons
 2017 Bloodline (TV Series)
Charlotte

Part 28 (2017) … Charlotte
 2017 Colors of Innocence (Short)
Cassidy
 2015 Turtle Tale
Marlie
 2014 One Moment: Web Series (TV Series)
Kristy’s Sister
 2013 Our Town (Short)
Allie Kat
 2013 Caught in the Middle (Short)
Cathy
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2012 MadLo Show (TV Series)
Herself – Dancer

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Herself – Dancer

Rebecca Black

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Background information
Birth name Rebecca Renee Black
Born (1997-06-21) June 21, 1997 (age 20)
Irvine, California, United States
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Occupation(s)
  • Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2010–present
Labels

Rebecca Renee Black (born June 21, 1997)[1] is an American YouTuber and singer who gained extensive media attention with her 2011 single “Friday“. After its music video went viral on YouTube and other social media sites, “Friday” was derided by many music critics and viewers, who dubbed it “the worst song ever”.[2][3][4] Rebecca went on to release other songs; her Dave Days collaboration “Saturday” earned more success. She currently uploads videos on her YouTube channel about various topics.[5]

Early life

Black was born in Irvine, California.[6] She is the daughter of John Jeffery Black and Georgina Marquez Kelly, both veterinarians.[7][8] Her mother is of Mexican descent, and her father, originally from Iowa,[9] is of English, Italian, and Polish descent.[10][11] Black attended private school from kindergarten to 6th grade, and moved to a public school due to bullying. She joined the school’s musical theater program, where she felt she was “meant to be.” In April 2011,[9] Black dropped out in favor of homeschooling, citing both a need to focus on her career[12] and a desire to avoid taunts from her former classmates.[13] Black has claimed that she was also failing English class due to her busy schedule.[9]

Career

2010–11: Breakthrough with “Friday” and music

Rebecca Black in 2011

In late 2010, a classmate of Black and music-video client of Los Angeles record label ARK Music Factory told her about the company.[14] Black’s mother paid $4,000 for Ark Music to produce the music video while the Blacks retained ownership of both the master and the video.[7][15] The single, “Friday“, written entirely by Ark, was released on YouTube and iTunes. The song’s video was uploaded to YouTube on February 10, 2011, and received approximately 1,000 views in the first month. The video went viral on March 11, acquiring millions of views on YouTube in a matter of days, becoming the most-talked-about topic on social networking site Twitter,[16] and garnering mostly negative media coverage.[17] The single was released on March 14, with first-week sales estimated to be around 40,000 by Billboard.[18] On March 22, Black appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, during which she performed the song and discussed the negative reaction to it.[19] The song peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 and the New Zealand Singles Chart at numbers 58 and 33, respectively.[20][21] In the UK, the song debuted at number 61 on the UK Singles Chart.[22] In response to the YouTube video of “Friday”, Black began to receive phone and email death threats,[23] which were investigated by the Anaheim Police Department.[24] Black teamed up with Funny or Die on April Fool’s Day 2011 (when the comedy site was renamed Friday or Die) for a series of videos, including one about the underage teens driving a car in her “Friday” video.[25] She signed to manager Debra Baum’s DB Entertainment, reportedly with Ryan Seacrest‘s help.[26]

Black also stated that she is a fan of Justin Bieber, and expressed interest in performing a duet with him.[27] MTV selected Black to host its first online awards show, the O Music Awards Fan Army Party, in April 2011.[28] As an homage to “Friday”, Black appeared in the music video for Katy Perry‘s “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)“,[29] in which Black plays alongside Perry as the hostess of a party Perry attends. A cover of “Friday” was performed on Glee in the second-season episode, “Prom Queen“. When asked about why the song was covered on Glee, show creator Ryan Murphy replied, “The show pays tribute to pop culture and, love it or hate it, that song is pop culture.”[30] Not long after the “Friday” video went viral on YouTube, Black and her mother, Georgina Kelly, got into legal issues with Ark Music over rights to the song. In a letter from Kelly’s lawyer to Ark Music on March 29, 2011, it was alleged that Ark Music failed to fulfill the terms of their November 2010 agreement by not giving her the song and video’s master recordings, by claiming Black as exclusively signed to the label, and by exploiting the song without permission – for example, selling a “Friday” ringtone. While Ark founder (and “Friday” co-writer) Patrice Wilson stated that Kelly “will get the masters and the song […] [t]hey can have it all”, and agreed that Black was not exclusive to Ark, his attorney claimed that Ark owns the copyright for the song and the November agreement is invalid.[31] In June 2011, Ark Music Factory started charging $2.99 to watch the music video on YouTube.[32] Later that month, “Friday” was removed as a result of the legal dispute; it was restored to YouTube on September 16, 2011, on Black’s official channel.[33]

“Friday” was revealed as YouTube’s No. 1 video of 2011, with Black hosting a short video called “YouTube Rewind” in the year-end recap.[34][35] Despite the over 167 million views during its first four months, prior to its temporary removal,[36] “Friday” had amassed more than 3,190,000 “dislikes”.[37] After the fallout with Ark Music Factory, Black started an independent record label named RB Records.[38] She released a self-produced single titled “My Moment” on July 18, 2011, the first on her label, with an accompanying music video published to her YouTube channel the same day.[39] In the video, director Morgan Lawley features real life footage of Black from both before and after her fame.[40] In late October 2011, production began on the music video for Black’s third single, “Person of Interest“.[41] About the song, Black stated “The basis of it is that it’s a love song but it’s not a love song. It’s about almost teenage crushes – when you’re not in love yet but you really like a guy – which I’m really excited about because I don’t think there are too many out like that. It’s very much a dance type song. It will make you get up and dance and sing along in your car.”[42] The single and its accompanying music video were released on November 15, 2011.[43] Black released two more singles in 2012: “Sing It” in May,[44] and “In Your Words” in November.[45][46][47] Black was planning to release her debut album in late 2011, which she said would include “a bunch of different kinds of stuff.”[48] The album was being recorded at a studio belonging to music producer Charlton Pettus.[49] However, the album was never released. Black was featured in an ABC Primetime Nightline: Celebrity Secrets special entitled Underage and Famous: Inside Child Stars’ Lives.[50]

2012–present: YouTuber videos

In 2012, Black signed onto the Maker Studios YouTube network.[51] She was also brought to Australia by Telstra to promote the launch of their 4G service.[52] Zeitgeist, which sorted billions of Google searches to capture the year’s 10 fastest-rising global queries, listed Black as “#1 Most Searched – Google”. The searches for the teen singer topped even those of pop icons Lady Gaga and Adele.[53] In late 2013, Black released the song “Saturday“. For her sequel to “Friday”, she collaborated with Dave Days.[54][55] It became Black’s second song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 55. While it reached a higher position than “Friday” (number 58), “Saturday” was on the chart only one week, compared to six for “Friday”.[56] Aside from her original music, Black has been posting videos regularly on her YouTube channel, which include blogs (sometimes with other people on YouTube), question-and-answer videos, and occasional covers of songs by other artists.[57] This includes her versions of two Miley Cyrus songs from 2013. That July, Black collaborated with fellow YouTube personality Jon D in an acoustic cover of “We Can’t Stop“, for which lyrical changes were made.[58] Black followed with an acoustic version of “Wrecking Ball” in November.[59]

At VidCon 2015, Black revealed that she had been working on an album which she hoped to release by the end of 2015. According to her, the album will not be anything like her previous songs. She had been working on the album since releasing her song Friday; however, but it took her a while to be free from Ark Music Factory and find producers with whom she was comfortable.[60] However, no album or new original songs were released. Towards the end of 2015, Black performed a cover of “Wild” by Troye Sivan.[61] Black created a web video in January 2016 on Go90 called “Life After Friday”. In the show, Black graduates from high school, tells her parents she is not going to college, and follows her adventures after moving to Los Angeles.[62][63]

On August 26, 2016, Black released a new single titled “The Great Divide”, her first release of new material in almost 3 years.[64] This was followed by another single, “Foolish”, on April 21, 2017.

Filmography

Year Title Role Type Notes
2012 Katy Perry: Part of Me Herself Film Documentary
2013 Legend of a Rabbit Penny Film Voice (English dub)
2014 Fine Brothers Herself Web YouTubers React session (Season 3)[65]
2016 Life After Friday[62] Herself Web

Discography

Singles

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[66]
US
Heat.

[67]
AUS
Digital

[68]
CAN
[69]
IRL
[70]
NZ
[21]
SCO
[71]
UK
[22]
Friday 2011 58 1 40 61 46 33 45 60 Non-album singles
My Moment
Person of Interest
Sing It 2012
In Your Words
Saturday
(with Dave Days)
2013 55 2
“The Great Divide” 2016
“Foolish” 2017
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Music videos

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director Notes
“Friday” 2011 Patrice Wilson and Clarence Jey[72]
Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) Marc Klasfeld[73] Guest appearance only; Katy Perry‘s music video
“My Moment” Morgan Lawley[74]
“Person of Interest” Mazik Self[75]
“Sing It” 2012 Ryan Pesecky[76][77]
“In Your Words”
“Saturday” 2013 Chris Grieder[78]
“The Great Divide (Crash Cove Remix)” 2016

Awards and nominations

  • In April 2011, the MTV O Music Awards, one of the annual awards established by MTV to honor the art, creativity, personality and technology of music into the digital space nominated “Which Seat Can I Take?” for “Favorite Animated GIF” that included footage by Rebecca Black featuring 50 Cent and Bert.[79]
  • Black was named “Choice Web Star” at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards in August 2011.[80]
Year Nominated work Event Award Result
2011 “Which Seat Can I Take?” MTV O Music Awards Favorite Animated GIF Nominated
2011 Herself 2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice Web Star Won

PATRICE FISHER (UPDATE)

Patrice Fisher was born on January 5, 1978 in Del Rio, Texas, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), Zane’s Sex Chronicles (2008) and How High (2001).

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Filmography

Actress (30 credits)
  Pole Magic (TV Series) (post-production)
Kimberly Porter

Pilot … Kimberly Porter
 2016 Hollywood Hearts (TV Movie)
India
 2015 Stitchers (TV Series)
LAPD Cop

Finally (2015) … LAPD Cop
 2014 Next Up (TV Series)
Santana Daniels

Time to Shoot “Speak on It!” (2014) … Santana Daniels
Where Is Aaron? (2014) … Santana Daniels
Aaron, We Have a Problem (2014) … Santana Daniels
 2013 Dearly Departed
Maya Thibodeaux
 2012 Front Seat Chronicles (TV Series)
Vera

If I Tell U (2012) … Vera
 2008-2010 Zane’s Sex Chronicles (TV Series)
Patience James / Zane

Blind Date (2010) … Patience James / Zane
Entice (2010)
End Game (2010) … Patience James / Zane
Climax (2010)
Brazen (2010) … Patience James / Zane
 2009 Permagrin
Kelly
 2009 The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena (Video Game)
Grinder (voice)
 2007 4 Life (Video)
Gena
 2006 Big Top
Rose
 2006 Behind the Smile
Regina
 2005 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Jamie Banks

The Dove Commission (2005) … Jamie Banks
 2004 Trois 3: The Escort (Video)
Kyria Bynam
 2004 Doing Hard Time (Video)
Lt. Elaine Lodge
 2004 Yes, Dear (TV Series)
Bess

Mama Said Knock You Out (2004) … Bess
 2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Sports Bar Waitress

All for Our Country (2003) … Sports Bar Waitress
 2003 Boston Public (TV Series)
Uniqua

Chapter Fifty-Three (2003) … Uniqua
 2002 Almost a Woman (TV Movie)
Gang Girl
 2002 The Country Bears
Backup Singer (uncredited)
 2001 How High
End Table Ass
 2001 Carmen: A Hip Hopera (TV Movie)
Jealous Woman
 2001 Stranger Inside (TV Movie)
Sugar

Leslea Fisher

Filmography

Actress (16 credits)
 2013 Break-Up Sex (Short) (completed)
 2015 A Place to Stay
Tina
 2013 Banshee (TV Series)
Chloe

Meet the New Boss (2013) … Chloe
 2012 The Campaign
Election Night Girl
 2011 Almighty Thor (TV Movie)
Blonde Norn
 2010/I Dear John
Susan
 2006 Two Tickets to Paradise
Jennifer
 2005-2006 Surface (TV Series)
Amber

Episode #1.14 (2006) … Amber
Episode #1.10 (2005) … Amber
Episode #1.8 (2005) … Amber
Episode #1.4 (2005) … Amber
Episode #1.2 (2005) … Amber
 2005 Burning Darkness
Asyndriel
 2004 Chicks 101
Delivery Girl
 2004 Going Down to Neverland (Short)
Lead “Katie”
 2004 The Notebook
Seabrook Girl
 2003 Radio
Cheerleader (uncredited)
 2003 Cleanup on Aisle Five (Short)
Sarah

Rebecca Ferguson

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Rebecca Ferguson

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Rebecca Ferguson
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Born Rebecca Louisa Ferguson Sundström
(1983-10-19) 19 October 1983 (age 33)
Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality Swedish
Alma mater Adolf Fredrik’s Music School
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present
Children 1

Rebecca Louisa Ferguson Sundström[1] (born 19 October 1983), known professionally as Rebecca Ferguson, is a Swedish actress.[2] She is best known for her lead role as Elizabeth Woodville in The White Queen (2013), which earned her a Golden Globe nomination, and her starring roles as Ilsa Faust in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) and as Dr. Miranda North in Life (2017). Ferguson is set to return as Ilsa Faust in Mission: Impossible 6 (2018).

Early life[edit]

Ferguson was born in Stockholm and grew up in Vasastan district in central Stockholm. Her mother, Rosemary Ferguson, is English,[3] and moved from Britain to Sweden at the age of 25.[3] Her father is Swedish.[4]

Rebecca attended an English-speaking school in Sweden and was raised bilingual, speaking Swedish and English.[5]

From the age of 13, she worked as a model and appeared in magazines and on television commercials for cosmetic, apparel, and jewelry advertisements.[6]

Ferguson has danced from a very early age; she did ballet, tap-dancing, jazz, street funk and tango. She taught Argentine tango at a dance company in Lund, Sweden for a few years,[7] while she continued her work on several short art film projects.[8]

Ferguson attended the Adolf Fredrik’s Music School in Stockholm and graduated in 1999.[9]

Career[edit]

Rebecca Ferguson alongside Steven Gätjen at the Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation global premiere in Vienna, Austria.

She came to prominence as upper-class girl Anna Gripenhielm in the soap-opera Nya tider. She went on to later play Chrissy in the Swedish-American soap Ocean Ave.

Swedish director Richard Hobert spotted her at the Simrishamn town market in 2011, which led to her starring in his film A One–Way to Antibes.[10] She has also appeared in the horror film Strandvaskaren and the 2012 film Vi alongside Gustaf Skarsgård.[11][12]

In August 2012, it was announced Ferguson had been cast to play Elizabeth Woodville in the ten-part BBC historical drama The White Queen,[13] based on Philippa Gregory‘s The Cousins’ War novels about the women of the Wars of the Roses.[14] Ferguson’s work in The White Queen has been met with praise,[15] earning her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film.

In 2015, Ferguson played Ilsa Faust, the female lead [16][17] in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, for which she was highly praised.[18][19] She will reprise her role in the sixth Mission: Impossible film.[20]

In 2016, she played the dual roles of Katya and Lauren opposite Sam Reid and Charles Dance in the cold war espionage thriller by Shamim Sarif Despite the Falling Snow.[21] For her acting she won the Best Actress award at the 2016 Prague Independent Film Festival.[22]

Also in 2016, she appeared in Stephen FrearsFlorence Foster Jenkins, opposite Meryl Streep,[23] and Tate Taylor‘s thriller book adaptation The Girl on the Train.[24] In 2017, she played a lead in Daniel Espinosa‘s sci-fi thriller Life,[25] and will co-star in Tomas Alfredson‘s The Snowman, opposite Michael Fassbender and Charlotte Gainsbourg.[26]

Personal life[edit]

In 2007, Ferguson gave birth to a son, Isac Hallberg, with former boyfriend Ludwig Hallberg. After her soap opera success and the birth of her son, she moved with her boyfriend to Simrishamn, on the Swedish south-east coast. The couple separated in April 2015.[27]

Filmography[edit]

Feature film[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Drowning Ghost 2004 Amanda
A One-Way Trip to Antibes (sv) 2011 Maria
Vi (sv) 2013 Linda
Hercules 2014 Ergenia
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation 2015 Ilsa Faust
Despite the Falling Snow 2016 Katya / Lauren
Florence Foster Jenkins 2016 Kathleen Weatherley
The Girl on the Train 2016 Anna Watson
Life 2017 Miranda North
The Snowman 2017 Katrine Bratt In post-production
The Greatest Showman 2017 Jenny Lind In post-production
Mission: Impossible 6 2018 Ilsa Faust Filming

Short film[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Lennart 2010 Hemtjänstpersonal
Puls 2010 Linda
Irresistible 2011 Woman

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Notes
Nya tider 1999–2000 Anna Gripenhielm 54 episodes
Ocean Ave. 2002 Chrissy Eriksson Episode: “#1.5”
Wallander 2008 Louise Fredman Episode: “Sidetracked”
The Vatican 2013 Olivia Borghese Television film
The Inspector and The Sea 2013 Jasmine Larsson Episode: “Der Wolf im Schafspelz”
The White Queen 2013 Elizabeth Woodville Main role, 10 episodes
The Red Tent 2014 Dinah Lifetime miniseries, 2 episodes

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2014 Golden Globe Awards[28] Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film The White Queen Nominated
2015 Hamptons International Film Festival[29] Breakthrough Performer N/A Won
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards[30] Best Actress in an Action Movie Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation Nominated
2016 Empire Awards[31] Best Female Newcomer Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation Nominated
Prague Independent Film Festival Best Actress Despite the Falling Snow Won

Gia Carides

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Gia Carides

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Gia Carides
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Carides and Anthony LaPaglia at the Man of Steel premiere in Sydney, 2013
Born (1964-06-07) 7 June 1964 (age 53)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Education Riverside Girls High
Occupation Actress
Years active 1977–present
Spouse(s) Anthony LaPaglia (m. 1998; div. 2015)
Children 1

Gia Carides (born 7 June 1964) is an Australian actress. She is best known for her portrayals of Liz Holt in Strictly Ballroom, Susy Connor in Brilliant Lies, and Cousin Nikki in My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

Early life[edit]

Carides was born in Sydney, Australia, to a Greek father and an English mother.[1] She began acting at the age of 12. Her first film was the drama The Love Letters from Teralba Road starring Bryan Brown and Kris Macquade.

Career[edit]

Early in her career, Carides starred as Helena Angelopolous on the Australian television series Police Rescue, also receiving acclaim for her films Strictly Ballroom and Brilliant Lies, with AFI Award nominations for each.

She is best known for her roles as Robin Spitz/Swallows in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and as Cousin Nikki in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the sequel television show My Big Fat Greek Life, and the sequel film My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.

Carides works in both America and Australia, recognised for a host of film and television credits including Primary Colors, Year One and East of Everything. She also appeared in a guest spot on husband Anthony LaPaglia’s television series Without A Trace.

She has volunteered as an actress with the Young Storytellers Program.

Personal life[edit]

Carides was married to actor Anthony LaPaglia, whom she met in Sydney in 1992. A year later they starred in the film Paperback Romance (a.k.a. Lucky Break). She and LaPaglia are the parents of daughter Bridget (born in January 2003). Gia Carides is sister to Zoe Carides, also an actress, and Danielle Carides, singer songwriter. Her former brother in-law is doctor-turned-actor Jonathan LaPaglia.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1977 Love Letters from Teralba Road, TheThe Love Letters from Teralba Road Maureen
1983 Midnite Spares Ruth Mintos
1983 Phar Lap Emma Woodcock Credited as Georgia Carr
1984 Annie’s Coming Out Narrator
1985 Coca-Cola Kid, TheThe Coca-Cola Kid Chambermaid
1985 Bliss Lucy Joy
1987 Backlash Nikki Iceton
1992 Greenkeeping Gina
1992 Strictly Ballroom Liz Holt
1992 Girl Who Came Late, TheThe Girl Who Came Late Wendy
1994 Paperback Romance Sophie
1995 Bad Company Julie Ames
1996 Cottonwood, TheThe Cottonwood Kathy
1996 Two If by Sea Joan Rappaport (uncredited)
1996 Brilliant Lies Susy Connor
1997 Lifebreath Gale Pullman
1998 Primary Colors Cashmere McLeod
1998 Letters from a Killer Lita
1999 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Robin Swallows
2000 Extreme Adventures of Super Dave, TheThe Extreme Adventures of Super Dave Sandy Video
2000 Maze Julianne
2001 Jack the Dog Georgia
2002 My Big Fat Greek Wedding Cousin Nikki
2003 Exposed Jade Blake
2005 One Last Thing… Madelene
2006 Thank Heaven Cybil
2006 Stick It Alice Graham
2007 Trap, TheThe Trap Clara Short film
2009 Year One Queen
2011 In Loco Parentis Mum Short film
2011 Burning Man Carol
2015 This Isn’t Funny Gillian Jones
2016 My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Cousin Nikki
2016 Joe Cinque’s Consolation Maria Cinque
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1983 Country Practice, AA Country Practice Tracy Power Episode: “Hair of the Dog: Part 1”
Episode: “Hair of the Dog: Part 2”
1984 Five Mile Creek Beth Episode: “Maggie”
1986 Studio 86 Episode: “Strawberry Girl”
Episode: “Sisters in the Bathroom”
1989 Inside Running TV series
1991 Boys from the Bush Episode: “The Stuffed Platypus”
Episode: “Poetic Galah”
1991 Acropolis Now Haroula Episode: “The Goddess”
1992 Resting Place, TheThe Resting Place Sally TV short
1992 Ultraman: Towards the Future Jean Echo 13 episodes
1992-1993 Police Rescue Helena Angelopoulos 7 episodes
1993 Seven Deadly Sins Gluttony TV miniseries
1995 Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space, TheThe Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space Vesper, Vox’s High Priestess TV movie
1997 ER Suzanne Alner Episode: “You Bet Your Life”
1997 Firehouse Charlotte Brooks TV movie
1997 Devil’s Child, TheThe Devil’s Child Eva TV movie
1999 Secret Affair, AA Secret Affair Mimi TV movie
2003 My Big Fat Greek Life Nikki 7 episodes
2003 Gladius Additional Voices Video game
2005 Without a Trace Stephanie Patterson Episode: “4.0”
2008-2009 East of Everything Melanie Freedman 10 episodes
2011 Small Time Gangster Darlene 8 episodes
2017 Big Little Lies Unnamed Witness 7 episodes
2017 Twin Peaks Hannah 1+ episodes