|Born||7 September 1982 (1982-09-07) (age 35)
Derry, Northern Ireland
|Occupation||Actress; former fashion designer|
After the success of series one of Lead Balloon, Campbell-Hughes went on to be cast in a variety of comedy shows on British television, alongside the likes of Jennifer Saunders and Alex Macqueen, and went on to create her own one-woman show Bluebell Welch for MTV.
Campbell-Hughes has appeared in popular UK TV series such as Silent Witness, Casualty, Blackbeard: Terror at Sea and Spooks; in Channel 4‘s Scapegoat; in Neil Jordan’s Breakfast on Pluto; and on stage in productions such as Roberto Zucco. Her performances in Lead Balloon and Jennifer Saunders vehicle The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle have been praised by critic Sam Wollaston of The Guardian.
Campbell-Hughes had her own fashion label, started in her teens. She ran a clothing line that sold internationally under her own name and a diffusion line for high street store Topshop. She was featured on the cover of the Sunday Times‘ Style supplement in December 2007, and models regularly for French fashion label Devastee. She left fashion full-time in 2005 to focus fully on “her greater love” acting.
Campbell-Hughes’ film work to date has been varied, including the BBC period drama Blackbeard, the Jane Campion feature film Bright Star, the psychological thriller The Other Side of Sleep which premiered ay Cannes 2011 Director’s Fortnight,
Lotus Eaters premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2011, and the BBC film When Harvey Met Bob, chronicling the lead-up to Live Aid as the charity concert celebrated its 25th anniversary.
|2005||Breakfast on Pluto||Stripper|
|2006||Blackbeard: Terror at Sea||Louis Arrot|
|Silent Witness||Fenella Lee|
|2007||Tonight Is Cancelled||Nesmir|
|The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle||Abigail|
|Into the Rose-Garden||Katie|
|Not Safe For Work||Claire Campbell|
|Bluebell Welch||Bluebell Welch|
|Five Day Shelter||Paula|
|When Harvey Met Bob||Marsha Hunt|
|2011||Hello Carter||Girl in Lift|
|The Other Side of Sleep||Arlene Kelly|
|First Row Orchestra|
|Kelly + Victor||Kelly|
|2013||3096 Days||Natascha Kampusch|
|The Chameleon||Margaret Palm|
King at the PaleyFest 2013 panel for The New Normal
|Born||Georgia May King
(1986-11-18) 18 November 1986
Georgia May King (born 18 November 1986) is a Scottish actress.
Although King grew up dreaming of being a director, she got her break into acting when she was eighteen and still working at a cheese shop, making her professional debut as Rosamond Oliver in Jane Eyre. She was nearly unable to play the role, however. A source stated that “a week before the day she began filming, King felt stomach pains, then had her appendix rupture. Her agent told the producers that she was unlikely to recover from the operation to remove it for at least ten days.” Another actress was cast, but King recovered in time and was able to get the required medical clearance to film.
She is best known as Goldie, a surrogate mother in the American sitcom, The New Normal. Formerly, she was well known for her acclaimed performance as the tyrannical head-girl Harriet Bentley in 2008’s Wild Child, and as cruel, conniving Sophie in the 2009 slasher film Tormented. Also in 2009 King received positive acclaim for her performance as the manipulative Victoria in the film Tanner Hall. She also performed in One Night in November at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, from October to November 2010, as well as being featured in the 2011 film Chalet Girl. She appeared as Princess Elena in the episode “The Changeling” of the third series of the BBC‘s Merlin. She appeared in the comedy horror film Cockneys vs Zombies as a bank robbery hostage trying to escape from a zombie-infested London.
|2008||Duchess, TheThe Duchess||Lady Teazle|
|2009||Academy, TheThe Academy||Khloe|
|2009||St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold||Juliet|
|2009||Academy Part 2: First Impressions, TheThe Academy Part 2: First Impressions||Khloe|
|2010||Burke and Hare||Emma|
|2011||One Day||Suki Meadows|
|2012||Eliminate: Archie Cookson||Lucy|
|2012||Cockneys vs Zombies||Emma|
|2012||Austenland||Lady Amelia Heartwright|
|2015||Kill Your Friends||Rebecca|
|2006||Jane Eyre||Rosamond Oliver||Episode 1.4|
|2007||History of Mr Polly, TheThe History of Mr Polly||Christabel|
|2007||Shadow in the North, TheThe Shadow in the North||Lady Mary|
|2008||Little Dorrit||Pet Meagles / Pet Gowan||9 episodes|
|2009||Plus One||Astrid||Episode: “One Love”|
|2009||Free Agents||Jodie||Episode 1.1|
|2009||Off the Hook||Weird Bloke||3 episodes|
|2010||Agatha Christie’s Poirot||Frances Drake||Episode: “Hallowe’en Party”|
|2010||Merlin||Princess Elena||Episode: “The Changeling”|
|2011||Felix and Murdo||Winnie||Episode: “Christmas Special”|
|2012||Sinbad||Roisin||Episode VI: “The Siren”|
|2012–2013||The New Normal||Goldie Clemmons|
|2015||Vicious||Jess||Episode 2.1, 2.3|
|2016||Vice Principals||Amanda Snodgrass||Series regular|
Weaving at the InStyle Awards on 13 May 2015
|Born||(1992-02-23) 23 February 1992
|Relatives||Hugo Weaving (uncle)|
Samara Weaving (born 23 February 1992) is an Australian actress and model. Her first role was Kirsten Mulroney in the Australian-produced BBC TV series Out of the Blue. From 2009 to 2013, she played Indi Walker in Home and Away.
Weaving was born in Adelaide, but grew up in Singapore, Fiji and Indonesia. Her father, Simon Weaving, is a filmmaker and the artistic director of the Canberra International Film Festival. Her younger sister Morgan is also an actress, and their uncle is film and theatre actor Hugo Weaving. Weaving and her family moved to Canberra in 2005 and she attended Canberra Girls Grammar School. She became drama captain and appeared in various school and theatre productions.
Weaving’s first major acting role was Kirsten Mulroney in the 2008 Australian-UK soap opera Out of the Blue. It was not commissioned for a second season. In 2009, Weaving was cast as Indigo “Indi” Walker in the Australian soap opera Home and Away. She initially appeared for five weeks in a recurring capacity. Weaving reprised the role the following year after producers brought her and her on-screen family back as part of the main cast. She relocated from Canberra to Sydney for filming.
For her portrayal of Indi, Weaving received a nomination for the Audience Choice Award for Best Female Performance in a Television Drama at the 1st AACTA Awards in 2012. In July 2013, Weaving confirmed that she had filmed her last scenes for Home and Away. The actress felt that with the show’s international success, it was the right time to pursue new roles. That same year, she appeared in the crime film Mystery Road, alongside her uncle Hugo Weaving. Weaving had a recurring role as Heather in the first season of Ash vs Evil Dead in 2015. She also made a guest appearance in the online series Squirrel Boys.
In 2016, Weaving appeared in the action comedy Monster Trucks as Brianne. She was cast in the role during her first trip to Los Angeles in 2014. In 2017, Weaving starred as the title character in the comedy-horror film The Babysitter, which was released in October, and also appeared in the music video for Charlie Puth‘s song “Attention“.
In June 2016, a Facebook user posted a photo of a bruised, bloodied, and scratched Weaving (without identifying that the woman in the image was Weaving or any actress). The photo was accompanied by the caption, “The result of Fascism in America…simply because she was a Trump supporter.” Although some news outlets clarified that the photo was of Samara Weaving and that she was not really injured (she was actually in makeup for her role on Ash vs Evil Dead), many supporters of then-candidate Donald Trump were convinced that the image was proof of liberal violence against Trump supporters. In support of this misinterpretation of the photo, the post was shared close to 30,000 times. To try to counter this misinformation, Ash vs Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell tweeted, “Check your facts, folks. This is an actress named Samara Weaving from #AshVsEvilDead. This is a make-up test. Sad.” Weaving herself tweeted, “I really hate this.”
|2009||Steps||Samara Weaving||Director, writer; Video short|
|2014||Growing Young||Minks||Short film|
|2014||Flex off 2014||Herself||Documentary|
|2015||He Who Has It All||Serena||Short film|
|2017||Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri||Penelope|
|2008||Out of the Blue||Kirsten Mulroney|
|2009–2013||Home and Away||Indi Walker||Seasons 22–26
Recurring (2009) • Main cast (2010–13)
|2011||1st AACTA Awards||Presenter|
|2015–2016||Ash vs Evil Dead||Heather||3 episodes|
|2017||Picnic at Hanging Rock||Irma Leopold||Miniseries|
|2015||Squirrel Boys||Kelly||3 episodes; Web series|
|2017||Attention||Love Interest||Charlie Puth; Music video|
|Born||Camille Constance Anderson
(1978-03-12) March 12, 1978
|Alma mater||University of Texas|
|Occupation||Actress, TV Host, Celebrity Real Estate Agent, Businesswoman|
|Years active||2000 – present|
Camille Constance Anderson (born March 12, 1978) is an American actress, model, and TV Host. She co-starred in the movie Wedding Crashers alongside Owen Wilson. Camille graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and she also held the title of Miss Austin USA.
Anderson was born in Dallas, Texas. She has appeared in a number of TV shows, movies, commercials and magazine covers, including Stuff, Fitness Rx, and FHM Australia’s “Hottest 100 Women in the World.” She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she is a TV host and luxury real estate specialist.
- Slightly Single in LA (2013)
- Frat Party (2009)
- The John Kerwin Show (2008)
- Las Vegas (2005–2007)
- G-Phoria 2005 (2005)
- Wedding Crashers (2005)
- The John Henson Project (2004)
- Average Joe: Adam Returns (2004)
- The Sports List (2004)
- WWE RAW (2004)
- The Screensavers (2004)
- Intolerable Cruelty (2003)
- Regular Joe (2003)
- Trash to Cash with John DiResta (2003)
- Sketch Pad 2 (2003)
- Sketch Pad (2003)
- Pauly Shore Is Dead (2003)
- Get Out (2003-2009)
- The Man Show (2002)
- Psychotic (2002)
- Dharma & Greg (2001)
- Rock Star (2001)
- Wild On… (2001)
- Diagnosis Murder (2001)
- Oblivious (2001)
- Arrest & Trial (2000)
|Born||Kandace Greer Grammer
(1992-02-15) February 15, 1992
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of Southern California|
|Relatives||Spencer Grammer (half-sister)|
Grammer was born in Los Angeles, California to actor Kelsey Grammer and make-up artist Barrie Buckner. Her parents were never married. Through her father, she has three half-sisters: Spencer (born 1983), Mason (born 2001), and Faith (born 2012) and three half-brothers: Jude (born 2004), Gabriel (born 2014), and James (born 2016). She was raised primarily by her mother in Malibu, California. She was named after actress Greer Garson.
Grammer became passionate for theater at a young age, participating in various plays from the age of 5 before competing in pageants as a teenager. She attended Idyllwild Arts Academy for two years, receiving training under their theater program. She graduated from the University of Southern California in June 2014 as a theater major. She is also a member of the Delta Tau chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Grammer entered her first beauty pageant in 2008, winning the title of Miss Teen Malibu. She went on to place within the top 10 in the Miss California Teen competition. She competed again the following year, successfully retaining her crown and again placing within the Top 10 of the state competition. In 2009, she represented the Marina Del Rey region, placing in the Top 10 of the 2010 state competition for the third year in a row. That year, Grammer also held the title of Miss Regional California Teen 2011.
Grammer’s first acting role was as a guest star on an episode of the Nickelodeon teen series iCarly in 2010. She then went on to star in the independent films Almost Kings, Chastity Bites, and An Evergreen Christmas.
In 2011, Grammer was cast as Lissa Miller in the MTV comedy series, Awkward. She was in a recurring role for the first two seasons before being promoted to a series regular for seasons three, four and five. In 2015, she guest starred as McKenna on Melissa & Joey for three episodes of the final season.
It was announced in June 2015 that Grammer would be starring in the upcoming Lifetime original movie, Manson’s Lost Girls, to be released in 2016. In July 2015, it was announced that she would be starring as Summer Roberts in The Unauthorized O.C. Musical, a stage adaptation of the pilot episode of The O.C..
|2014||An Evergreen Christmas||Annabelle|
|2016||Emma’s Chance||Emma Bailey|
|2018||Burning at Both Ends||Juliet|
|2010||iCarly||Tancy||Episode: “iSpace Out”|
|2011–16||Awkward||Lissa Miller||Recurring role (seasons 1–2); main role (seasons 3–5)|
|2015||Melissa & Joey||McKenna Cederstrom||3 episodes|
|2016||Manson’s Lost Girls||Leslie Van Houten||Television movie|
|2016||Cupcake Wars||Herself||Episode: “Celebrity: Cupcakes in Space”|
|2016||Rush Hour||Destiny Lamb||Episode: “Knock, Knock… House Creeping!”|
|2016||Deadly Sorority||Samantha Blake||Television movie|
|2016–17||The Middle||April||Recurring role, 6 episodes|