Natasha O’Keeffe

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Natasha O’Keeffe

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Natasha O’Keeffe
Born Natasha Dervill O’Keeffe
(1986-12-01) 1 December 1986 (age 30)
Brighton, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2008–present

Natasha Dervill O’Keeffe (born 1 December 1986 in Brighton) is an English stage, television and movie actress. She is known for her roles as Abbey in the British television series Misfits, Fedora in ITV’s television series Jekyll and Hyde, and as Emelia Ricoletti in the Sherlock New Year special episode “The Abominable Bride“.[1] Also starred in Grantchester

Early life[edit]

Raised in Tooting, South London, O’Keeffe trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and starred in a number of their stage productions.[1]

Career[edit]

O’Keeffe first came to public attention in 2008, playing a member of the Royal Family who enjoys parties, one night stands and drugs in the music video for Falling Down,[1] the last single released by Oasis before the band dissolved. That same year, she had a part in the feature film Abraham’s Point.

In 2010 and 2012, O’Keeffe played Sadie in both seasons of BBC Three‘s drama series Lip Service, about a group of lesbians living in Glasgow, Scotland. In 2012 and 2013 she played Abbey Smith in the lead ensemble for the final two seasons of E4‘s comedy-drama Misfits, about a group of young offenders in a London community service program who obtain supernatural powers.[2]

In 2013, O’Keeffe had roles in television episodes of Law & Order: UK and Peaky Blinders, and appeared in the feature films Filth and Svengali.

In 2015, she starred as Fedora, the side-kick and lover of the main antagonist in ITV‘s TV series, Jekyll and Hyde.
She also starred in a music video for Daughter‘s song “Numbers” as part of a series of films for the band’s album Not to Disappear.[3]

In 2016, she appeared in the Sherlock special “The Abominable Bride” as Emelia Ricoletti, the “abominable bride” of the title.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Abraham’s Point Sarah
2013 A Little Place Off the Edgware Road Wife Short film
Svengali Natasha
2013 Filth Anna
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2010-12 Lip Service Sadie Anderson 10 episodes
2012-13 Misfits Abbey Smith Series 4-5 (main role; 11 episodes)
2013 Law & Order: UK Connie Moran Series 7 Episode 5
2013–present Peaky Blinders Lizzie Stark Main role
2015 The Last Panthers Kirsty
Jekyll and Hyde Fedora
2016 Sherlock Emilia Ricoletti/ The Abominable Bride Episode: “The Abominable Bride“, Main Role
2017 Strike Charlotte Campbell/ Ross 3 episodes
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Gwendoline Christie

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Gwendoline Christie

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Gwendoline Christie
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Born (1978-10-28) 28 October 1978 (age 38)[1][2]
Worthing, West Sussex, England, UK
Residence London, England
Alma mater Drama Centre London
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
Years active 2006–present
Height 6 ft 3 in (191 cm)

Gwendoline Christie (born 28 October 1978) is an English actress and model.

She is known for portraying the warrior Brienne of Tarth in the HBO fantasy-drama series Game of Thrones and Captain Phasma in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

Early life and education[edit]

Christie was born in Worthing, West Sussex, to a housewife mother and a father who worked in sales and marketing.[3] She grew up in a hamlet near the South Downs.[4] She trained as a gymnast as a child, but after a spine injury forced her to abandon that career, she took up acting.[5] Christie graduated from Drama Centre London in 2005.[4]

Career[edit]

Christie performing at the London Palladium in 2009

Christie’s mentor since drama school has been actor and author Simon Callow.[4] Her theatrical career includes a performance as the Queen in Shakespeare‘s Cymbeline,[6] portraying Mag Wildwood in Breakfast at Tiffany’s,[7] and “standing out” as Lucifer in Marlowe‘s Doctor Faustus (2010).[8] On screen, Christie played supporting roles in Terry Gilliam‘s 2009 and 2013 films The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and The Zero Theorem, the BBC television production Seven Ages of Britain, and the 2012 television series Wizards vs Aliens, among others.

Christie’s height, 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m),[3] attracted the attention of photographer Polly Borland, who made Christie the subject of a noted series of photographs, entitled Bunny, between 2002 and 2008.[9] According to Christie, she felt then that the photographs—in which she appears mostly nude—could help her come to terms with her body, and challenge notions of femininity. However, she later said that she was shocked in retrospect that she had agreed to them.[3]

In July 2011, Christie was cast as the warrior Brienne of Tarth in the second season of HBO‘s fantasy TV series Game of Thrones.[10] Her character – an unusually tall, muscular, and plain-looking woman – is a favourite among many readers of the novels, and Christie had been proposed for the role by fans long before auditions took place.[4]

Christie said that she could draw on her own experiences of having been bullied for her height and androgynous looks to play the part of Brienne, a role that she was passionate to play after reading the A Song of Ice and Fire novels which the show adapts.[5] To prepare even for the auditions, she started wearing unisex clothing to help her get into her character’s more masculine mindset, and took up an intensive training regime, gaining over a stone (6.4 kg, 14 lb) of muscle mass.[4] According to series co-writer, producer, and author of the novels, George R. R. Martin, she obtained the role practically without debate after an arresting audition at which she appeared already made up and costumed as Brienne.[11] After being cast in the role, she prepared for it by taking horsemanship, sword-fighting, and stagefighting lessons.[4]

Christie speaks at the Calgary Expo in 2015

Her debut in the second season’s third episode on 15 April 2012[12] was well received by critics. Nina Shen Rastogi praised her “eloquent and economical physical performance”, noting that her walk, stance, and mien effectively conveyed Brienne’s single-minded devotion to her self-given quest to become a knight.[13][14] For her role as Brienne, Christie was nominated for the 2013 Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress.

In 2015, Christie played Commander Lyme in the final film in The Hunger Games series, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2. Actress Lily Rabe had signed on for the part previously, but had to back out due to scheduling conflicts.[15] Also that year, Christie co-starred in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as Captain Phasma,[16] one of the film’s main antagonists.[17] She has confirmed that she will reprise the role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.[18] In June 2015, Christie joined the cast of Swallows and Amazons as Mrs. Blackett,[19] but she later dropped out. In March 2017, it was reported that she is in talks to join the movie Darkest Minds, an adaptation of the trilogy The Darkest Minds series by Alexandra Bracken.[20]

Personal life[edit]

She is in a relationship with fashion designer Giles Deacon.[21]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 The Time Surgeon The Tape Short film
2009 The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Classy Shopper 2
2013 The Zero Theorem Woman in Commercial
2015 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 Commander Lyme
2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Captain Phasma
2016 Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Herself Cameo
2016 The Dress The Woman Short film
2017 Star Wars: The Last Jedi Captain Phasma Completed
2018 The Darkest Minds Filming
2018 The Women of Marwen Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Seven Ages of Britain The Operator Episode: “Age of Ambition”
2012–present Game of Thrones Brienne of Tarth Main role
Empire Hero Award (2015, together with the cast)[22]
Nominated – Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television (2013)
Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (2013–15)
2012–2013 Wizards vs Aliens Lexi 26 episodes
2017 Top of the Lake Miranda Hilmarson 6 episodes

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Pravda Cindy Chichester Festival Theatre
2006 Mirandolina Ortensia Royal Exchange Theatre
2007 Cymbeline Queen Barbican Theatre
2009 Giantbum Sir Boss London’s Tate Britain
2009 Skin Deep Susannah Dangerfield Leeds Grand Theatre
2009 Breakfast at Tiffany’s Mag Wildwood Theatre Royal Haymarket, London
2010 Dr. Faustus Lucifer Royal Exchange, Manchester

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens Captain Phasma Voice[23]

Aimee-Ffion Edwards

Aimee-Ffion Edwards

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Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Born (1987-11-21) 21 November 1987 (age 29)
Newport, Wales
Occupation Actress

Aimee-Ffion Edwards (born 21 November 1987) is a Welsh actress from Newport, Wales.[1] She is perhaps best known for playing Sketch in Skins and Esme in Peaky Blinders.

Early life[edit]

Aimee-Ffion Edwards was born in Newport, Wales. She attended Ysgol Gymraeg Casnewydd (Newport Welsh medium primary school) and Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw. She played for a local youth rugby team, the only girl in a boys’ team, until she was 14. She would often go from ballet lessons to playing for the rugby team.[2]

She took a drama A-level at school, and joined the National Youth Theatre of Wales.[3]

She is fluent in English and Welsh.

Career[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Edwards appeared in the 2002 short film Dŵr Dwfn.[4]

She was training to be a classical singer when she appeared on the Pop Idol-type Welsh language TV show called Wawffactor in 2006 and became runner-up.[3]

Edwards made her television debut as the character Sketch in the E4 series Skins in 2008.[3]

In 2009, she appeared in the Valentine’s Day episode of Casualty (“Stand By Me”), as a teenager who finds a replacement speed-date in the wards of Holby City Hospital, and ends up involved in a serious gun-related incident. In the first episode of Casualty 1909 she played a young prostitute called Deborah Lynch, who was being abused by her father.

In 2010, she appeared in an episode of the supernatural BBC drama series Being Human as a theatre usher, who is also a ghost.

In 2011, she appeared in series 2 of the BBC drama series Luther, playing the character Jenny Jones.[3]

In 2012, she appeared in Sky Atlantic‘s four-part series Walking And Talking, a spin-off from an episode of Sky One‘s Christmas series of shorts Little Crackers. Aimee played Mary, friend of Kath, played by Ami Metcalf, in these stories written by Kathy Burke and based on her own teenage years.

In 2013 and 2014, she appeared as Esme, the wife of John Shelby, in the BBC series Peaky Blinders.

In 2014, Edwards appeared in two BBC Cymru Wales television productions celebrating the centenary of Dylan Thomas: as part of an all-Welsh cast in a television adaptation of Thomas’ radio drama Under Milk Wood, playing the part ‘Laugharne Voice’;[5] and as Marianne in A Poet in New York, Andrew Davies‘ dramatisation of Thomas’ last days.[6]

In 2014, she appeared as Katy in The Harrowing,[1] the sixth episode of the first series of Inside No. 9, written by Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. She also appeared as Sophie in the BBC Four comedy series Detectorists.[7]

In 2016, she appeared as Sian in Death In Paradise as a young girl who is murdered.

Stage[edit]

Edwards made her stage debut in 2008 in SH*T-M*X at the Trafalgar Studios in London.[8]

In 2009, she performed in Jez Butterworth‘s play Jerusalem at the Royal Court Theatre, alongside Mackenzie Crook.[1][3]

In 2011, she made her Broadway debut, reprising her role in Jerusalem at the Music Box Theatre, New York.[1] She appeared in the London revival of Jerusalem later that year.

In 2012, she appeared in The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar Warehouse,[1] and in Marius von Mayenburg‘s Fireface at the Young Vic.[9]

In 2013, she appeared as Avonia Bunn in Trelawny of the Wells at the Donmar Warehouse.[10]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Queen and Country Sophie Adams

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2018 Troy: Fall of a City Cassandra TV miniseries
2017 Loaded Abby Channel 4 series
2016 Death in Paradise Sian
2015 Wolf Hall Elizabeth Barton
2014 – Detectorists Sophie
2014 The Harrowing (Inside No. 9) Katy [11]
2014 Under Milk Wood Laugharne Voice
2014 A Poet in New York Marianne [6]
2013 – Peaky Blinders Esme
2011 Luther Jenny Jones
2010 Being Human Robin [12]
2008 Skins Sketch

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2015 Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Rachel Baker Voice role

Hannah Arterton

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Hannah Arterton

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Hannah Arterton
Born (1989-01-26) 26 January 1989 (age 28)
Gravesend, Kent, England
Occupation Actress and singer
Years active 2011-present
Height 162 cm (5 ft 4 in)[1]
Family Gemma Arterton (sister)

Hannah Jane Arterton[2] (born 26 January 1989) is an English actress. She was born in Gravesend, Kent. Arterton attended Gravesend Grammar School for Girls and graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2011. Her feature film debut was the romantic musical Walking on Sunshine (2014). She is the younger sister of actress Gemma Arterton.

Early life[edit]

Arterton was born on 26 January 1989 in Gravesend, Kent, England.[3][4] Hannah is the younger sister of actress Gemma Arterton. Her mother Sally-Anne (née Heap) runs a cleaning business and her father Barry Arterton is a metal worker.[5][6][7] Her parents divorced during her early childhood with Arterton growing up with her older sister and mother in a council estate.[5][8][9] She reports being initially drawn to acting at the age of seven after watching a rehearsal of the musical The Wizard of Oz performed by The Miskin Theatre in Dartford. Arterton recalled: “I’d never seen anything like that. I was absolutely blown away….A whole different world just opened up.”[6] Her matrilineal great-grandmother was a German Jewish concert violinist.[10]

Her early education was at the Gravesend Grammar School for Girls.[11] She subsequently studied Performance and Music Technology at North Kent College’s Miskin Theatre.[12] While studying there, she provided backing vocals for a skiffle band which resulted in a record deal offer which later collapsed. She commented on the experience: “‘Argh, I can’t do this. It’s too hard to trust people in the music industry. It’s full of sharks and guys latching on to a young artist and wanting to make money. I found it all quite scary.” A lecturer at The Miskin Theatre subsequently convinced her to apply for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), from which she later graduated in 2011.[6][13] During her final year at RADA, she was cast by Stephen Poliakoff in his play My City.[6] Also while at RADA, Arterton formed a seven-piece covers band The Hitmen and Her for which she is the lead singer.[6]

Career[edit]

After performing in the play, My City (2011) with Tracey Ullman and Tom Riley at the Almeida Theatre, Arterton was then cast as Korinna in the BBC television series Atlantis (2013).[6][14]

Her feature film debut was as a woman caught in a love triangle in the romantic musical Walking on Sunshine (2014).[6][15] Her performance received generally positive reviews from critics.[3][16][17] In the same year, she starred in Hide and Seek (2014), a romantic drama about a polyamorous commune which received the Edinburgh International Film Festival‘s award for Best British Feature Film.[18][19]

In 2016, she appeared in the crime drama series The Five.[20]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Title Year(s) Role Channel Notes Ref(s)
Midsomer Murders 2011 Katy ITV Episode: “A Sacred Trust” [21]
Atlantis 2013 Korinna BBC One 5 episodes [14]
Doc Martin 2015 Ms. Grappy ITV Episode: “Education, Education, Education” [22][23]
The Five 2016 Caine, D.C. AllyD.C. Ally Caine Sky1 10 episodes [24]
Versailles 2017 Hermione, SisterSister Hermione BBC Two Series 2, Episode 7 [25]
Safe (TV series) 2018 Emma Netflix 8 Episodes

Film[edit]

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
At First Sight 2013 Avy Short film [26]
Walking on Sunshine 2014 Taylor [6]
Hide and Seek 2014 Charlotte [18]
Otherwise Engaged 2015 Megan Short film [27][28]
Burn Burn Burn 2015 Sophie [1]
Heretiks 2018 Persephone Post-Production [29][30]
Total Loss 2016 Rebecca Short film [1]
Peripheral 2018 Johnson, BobbiBobbi Johnson Post-production [31][32]

Stage[edit]

Title Year Role Theatre Notes Ref(s)
My City 2011 Waitress Almeida Theatre 8 September – 5 November [33][34]

Radio[edit]

Title Year Role Station Notes Ref(s)
Shout to the Top 2012 Rain BBC Radio 2 [1][35]
Queens of Noise 2014 Rain BBC Radio 4 [35]
The Bone Clocks 2014 Reader BBC Radio 4 2 episodes [36]
Born in the DDR 2015 Hanne BBC Radio 4 [37]
Actress (18 credits)
 2018 Heretiks (post-production)
Persephone
 2017/II Peripheral (post-production)
Bobbi Johnson
 2017 Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood (Video Game)
M’Naggo (voice)
 2017 Versailles (TV Series)
Soeur Hermione

A Night (2017) … Soeur Hermione
 2017 We Are Tourists
Amber
 2016 Total Loss (Short)
Rebecca
 2015 Burn Burn Burn
Sophie
 2015 Doc Martin (TV Series)
Miss Grappy

Education, Education, Education (2015) … Miss Grappy
 2015 Otherwise Engaged (Short)
Megan
 2015 Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward (Video Game)
Kan-E-Senna / Meriel (English version, voice)
 2014/I Amorous
Charlotte
 2014 Walking on Sunshine
Taylor
 2013 Atlantis (TV Series)
Korinna

The Rules of Engagement (2013) … Korinna
The Song of the Sirens (2013) … Korinna
White Lies (2013) … Korinna
A Girl by Any Other Name (2013) … Korinna
The Earth Bull (2013) … Korinna
 2013 At First Sight (Short)
Avy
 2011 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Katy

A Sacred Trust (2011) … Katy
 2010 Shitkicker (Short)
April
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 2014 Walking on Sunshine (performer: “Holiday”, “Venus”, “How Will I Know”, “The Power Of Love”, “Walking On Sunshine”, “Eternal Flame”, “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”, “It Must Have Been Love”, “White Wedding”, “If I Could Turn Back Time”, “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2017 The Ballad of Shirley Collins (Documentary) (completed)
Narrator

Sophie Rundle

Sophie Rundle

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Sophie Rundle
Born (1988-04-21) 21 April 1988 (age 29)
Bournemouth, England
Occupation Actor
Notable work The Bletchley Circle
Peaky Blinders
Call the Midwife
Happy Valley
Not Safe for Work
Dickensian
Brief Encounters
Jamestown

Sophie Rundle (born 21 April 1988) is an English actress best known for portraying Ada Shelby in the BBC One historical crime drama television series Peaky Blinders, as code-breaker Lucy in the ITV drama series The Bletchley Circle, and as Labia in the British/American television sitcom Episodes. She also plays Alice in Sky 1’s 2017 drama Jamestown.

Early life[edit]

In 2011, Rundle graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in acting.[1] She also went to Bournemouth School for Girls.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Television and film career[edit]

Rundle first started her career in the British horror comedy film Small Town Folk in 2007 opposite Warwick Davis.[2] Later in 2012, she starred in the ITV four-part television miniseries period drama, Titanic, created by producer Nigel Stafford-Clark and written by Julian Fellowes, which is based on the sinking of the RMS Titanic.[3] Later that year, she guest-starred as Labia in the British/American television sitcom Episodes opposite Matt LeBlanc and Stephen Mangan, which aired on Showtime and BBC Two.

Also in 2012, Rundle starred in Great Expectations directed by Mike Newell, with the adapted screenplay by David Nicholls and stars Jeremy Irvine, Helena Bonham Carter, Holliday Grainger, Ralph Fiennes, and Robbie Coltrane.[4] The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and released in the UK on 30 November 2012.

Rundle also played Sefa in the two-part episode Arthur’s Bane of the final season of the BBC TV series Merlin.[5]

She played a lead role in the ITV mystery drama series The Bletchley Circle, about four women who investigate a series of murders,[6] and ended on 27 January 2014. On the series’ cancellation, Rundle stated:

She also stars as Ada Shelby in the BBC Two historic crime drama series Peaky Blinders, based on the memoirs of the Shelby family, whose many brothers, sisters, and relatives make up the fiercest gang of all in interwar Birmingham. On mastering the Brummie accent during production, Rundle said that she and the rest of the cast had struggled with it at first because it is not heard much on television, but managed to master the accent after a set visit in Birmingham.[8]

Rundle played the lead role of Fiona Griffiths, a young detective constable in the Sky Living two-part crime series Talking to the Dead, based on the eponymous novel by Harry Bingham. It was adapted by Golden Globe Award-nominee Gwyneth Hughes.[9] On playing Fiona Griffiths, Rundle did some research on Cotard’s Syndrome in order to portray Griffiths accurately.[10] She agrees that her character in the series is a little “loopy”: “Well, yes. Part of the mystery of the show is trying to work out what is going on with her. You know that there is a history of trauma there and you are trying to figure that out. It is being fed to you in little bits. She has a history of mental health issues too, which gives her an affinity with the dead.”[11]

Rundle guest-starred as Pamela Saint, a young mother who suffers mental health problems after delivering her child, in the seventh episode of the third series of the BBC medical period drama series Call the Midwife, which aired on 2 March 2014.[12] She also starred in the six-part BBC One police procedural series Happy Valley as Kirsten McAskill, a rookie policewoman who stops Lewis (played by Adam Long) for speeding and is then run over by his accomplice in a recent kidnapping, Tommy (portrayed by James Norton), a convicted drug offender,[13] thus killing her. On the dramatic development for her character throughout the series, Rundle hinted that she [Kirsten], “is so young and eager and enthusiastic about her job, it’s a real shock when what happens happens — and it’s quite exciting as well.”[14] The series debuted on 29 April 2014, and was created by Sally Wainwright which stars Sarah Lancashire and Steve Pemberton.

On 4 October 2014, Rundle appeared in the live cooking programme Saturday Kitchen presented by James Martin as an interviewed guest.[15]

Rundle starred as Eva Smith/Daisy Renton in Helen Edmundson‘s BBC adaptation of J.B. Priestley‘s An Inspector Calls,[16] which also starred David Thewlis[17] portraying the title role, Ken Stott and Miranda Richardson. The drama was directed by Aisling Walsh and was broadcast on BBC One on 13 September 2015.[18] In June 2015, Rundle starred as Jenny[19] in the Channel 4 sitcom Not Safe for Work alongside Zawe Ashton, Tom Weston-Jones, Samuel Barnett, Sacha Dhawan and Anastasia Hille. Asked what interested her in the sitcom, Rundle stated:

Rundle also portrayed Honoria Barbary in BBC‘s 20-part Dickensian, an innovative reworking of an ensemble of characters created by Charles Dickens, which aired on BBC One on 26 December 2015. Rundle has claimed the adaption is like “really brilliant fan fiction” which people should enjoy:

On 18 January 2016, it was announced that Rundle will star in ITV’s six-part series titled Brief Encounters,[23] which is loosely based on Gold Group International CEO, Jacqueline Gold‘s 1995 memoir, Good Vibrations.[24] Set in the 1980s, the series is about four women who see the potential of finding happiness and fulfillment by selling lingerie and sex toys to women in the privacy of their own homes. Filming commenced at the end of January in Sheffield.[25]

Theatre career[edit]

On February 2013, Rundle played Bunty Mainwaring in Stephen Unwin‘s production of Noël Coward‘s The Vortex at the Rose Theatre, Kingston.[26]

In December 2014, she played Lucia Kos in a new play titled 3 Winters by London-based Croatian playwright Tena Štivičić, about the Kos family, living at three crucial periods in Croatian history. The play is directed by Howard Davies at the National Theatre.[27][28]

Filmography[edit]

Films
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Small Town Folk Heather
2012 Great Expectations Clara
2013 Talking to the Dead Fiona Griffiths TV film
2015 An Inspector Calls Eva Smith/Daisy Renton/Sarah TV film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2011 Garrow’s Law Miss Casson Episode: 3.4
2012 Titanic Roberta Maioni Recurring character
Episodes Labia Recurring character
Merlin Sefa Episode: “Arthur’s Bane: Part One
Episode: “Arthur’s Bane: Part Two
2013 Shetland Sophie Episode: “Red Bones: Part 1
Episode: “Red Bones: Part 2
2012–2014 The Bletchley Circle Lucy Main character
2013–present Peaky Blinders Ada Shelby Main character
2014 Call The Midwife Pamela Saint Guest star
2014 Happy Valley Kirsten McAskill Recurring character
2015 Not Safe for Work Jenny Main character
2015–16 Dickensian Honoria Barbary Supporting role
2016 Brief Encounters Steph Kirke Main character
2017 Jamestown Alice Kett Main character
Radio
Year Title Role Notes
2016 Stardust Yvaine Main character

HELEN McCRORY

Award-winning actress Helen Elizabeth McCrory was born in London, England, to Welsh-born Anne (Morgans) and Scottish-born Iain McCrory, a diplomat (from Glasgow). She trained at the Drama Centre London. She began her career on stage in the UK. She won the Manchester Evening News’ Best Actress Award for her performance in the National Theatre’s “.
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Actress (67 credits)
 2017 Loving Vincent
Louise Chevalier
 2013-2017 Peaky Blinders (TV Series)
Aunt Polly / Polly Gray

Episode #4.1 (2017) … Aunt Polly
Episode #3.5 (2016) … Aunt Polly
Episode #3.6 (2016) … Aunt Polly
Episode #3.4 (2016) … Aunt Polly
Episode #3.3 (2016) … Aunt Polly
 2016 Their Finest
Sophie Smith
 2015 Horizon (TV Series documentary)
Narrator

The Trouble with Space Junk (2015) … Narrator (voice)
 2015 To Appomattox (TV Mini-Series)
Julia Grant

Shooting Star (2015) … Julia Grant
Reunion (2015) … Julia Grant
Blood (2015) … Julia Grant
Appomattox (2015) … Julia Grant
 2014 Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This (TV Movie)
Mary Kay
 2014 Inside No. 9 (TV Series)
Tabitha

The Harrowing (2014) … Tabitha
 2012 The Cabal Club (Soho) (Short)
Stella
 2012 Leaving (TV Series)
Julie

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Julie
Episode #1.2 (2012) … Julie
Episode #1.1 (2012) … Julie
 2012 Flying Blind
Frankie
 2012 We’ll Take Manhattan (TV Movie)
Lady Clare Rendlesham
 2011 Phineas and Ferb (TV Series)
Lucy Fletcher

My Fair Goalie (2011) … Lucy Fletcher (voice, as Helen McCroy)
 2010 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Rosanna

 2009 Life (TV Series)
Amanda Puryer

One (2009) … Amanda Puryer
Shelf Life (2009) … Amanda Puryer
Hit Me Baby (2009) … Amanda Puryer
I Heart Mom (2009) … Amanda Puryer
 2008 Flashbacks of a Fool
Peggy Tickell
 2006 Normal for Norfolk (Short)
Clare
 2005 Casanova
Casanova’s Mother
 2005 Messiah: The Harrowing (TV Mini-Series)
Dr. Rachel Price

Episode #1.3 (2005) … Dr. Rachel Price
Episode #1.2 (2005) … Dr. Rachel Price
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Dr. Rachel Price
 2004 Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking (TV Movie)
Mrs. Vandeleur
 2004 Does God Play Football (Short)
Sarah Ward
 2004 Enduring Love
Mrs. Logan
 2003 Carla (TV Movie)
Carla
 2003 Lucky Jim (TV Movie)
Margaret Peel
 2002 Dead Gorgeous (TV Movie)
Antonia Ashton
 2002 Deep Down (Short)
Dana
 2002 Dickens (TV Series)
Kate Dickens

Blazing Away (2002) … Kate Dickens
Secrets (2002) … Kate Dickens
 2002 The Jury (TV Mini-Series)
Rose Davies

Episode #1.6 (2002) … Rose Davies
Episode #1.5 (2002) … Rose Davies
Episode #1.4 (2002) … Rose Davies
Episode #1.3 (2002) … Rose Davies
Episode #1.2 (2002) … Rose Davies
 2001 Charlotte Gray
Francoise
 2001 In a Land of Plenty (TV Series)
Mary Freeman

Episode #1.3 (2001) … Mary Freeman
Episode #1.2 (2001) … Mary Freeman
Episode #1.1 (2001) … Mary Freeman
 2000 North Square (TV Series)
Rose Fitzgerald

Episode #1.10 (2000) … Rose Fitzgerald
Episode #1.9 (2000) … Rose Fitzgerald
Episode #1.8 (2000) … Rose Fitzgerald
Episode #1.7 (2000) … Rose Fitzgerald
Episode #1.6 (2000) … Rose Fitzgerald
 2000 Hotel Splendide
Lorna Bull
 2000 Anna Karenina (TV Mini-Series)
Anna Karenina

Part 4 (2000) … Anna Karenina
Part 3 (2000) … Anna Karenina
Part 2 (2000) … Anna Karenina
Part 1 (2000) … Anna Karenina
 1999 Split Second (TV Movie)
Angie Anderson
 1998 Dad Savage
Chris
 1998 Spoonface Steinberg (TV Movie)
Mother
 1997 Trial & Retribution (TV Series)
Anita Harris

Episode #1.2 (1997) … Anita Harris
Tod eines Mädchens (1997) … Anita Harris
 1997 The James Gang
Bernadette James
 1996 The Fragile Heart (TV Series)
Nicola Pascoe

Episode #1.3 (1996) … Nicola Pascoe
Episode #1.2 (1996) … Nicola Pascoe
Episode #1.1 (1996) … Nicola Pascoe
 1996 Forest People (TV Movie)
Gloria
 1996 Witness Against Hitler (TV Movie)
Freya von Moltke
 1995 Screen Two (TV Series)
Jo

Streetlife (1995) … Jo
 1995 Dirty Old Town (TV Movie)
Claire
 1994 Uncovered
Lola
 1993 Performance (TV Series)
Jean Rice

The Entertainer (1993) … Jean Rice
 1993 Full Stretch (TV Series)
Vicki Goodall

Risky Business (1993) … Vicki Goodall

GENVIEVE O’REILLY

Genevieve O’Reilly was born on January 6, 1977 in Dublin, Ireland. She is an actress, known for Rogue One (2016), Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005) and Matrix Revolutions (2003). She is married to Luke Mulvihill.
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Actress (36 credits)
 2015-2017 Glitch (TV Series)
Elishia McKellar

Episode #2.6 (2017) … Elishia McKellar
Episode #2.5 (2017) … Elishia McKellar
Episode #2.4 (2017) … Elishia McKellar
Episode #2.3 (2017) … Elishia McKellar
Ashes to Ashes (2017) … Elishia McKellar
 2017 Tin Star (TV Series)
Angela Worth

Episode #1.8 (2017) … Angela Worth
Episode #1.9 (2017) … Angela Worth
Cuckoo (2017) … Angela Worth
Exposure (2017) … Angela Worth
 2017 Star Wars: Rebels (TV Series)
Mon Mothma

Zero Hour: Part 1 (2017) … Mon Mothma (voice)
Secret Cargo (2017) … Mon Mothma (voice)
 2016 The Fall (TV Series)
Kinkead

His Troubled Thoughts (2016) … Kinkead
 2016 Star Wars: Go Rogue (TV Series short)
Mon Mothma

Chapter 4 (2016) … Mon Mothma (voice)
Chapter 3 (2016) … Mon Mothma (voice)
Chapter 2 (2016) … Mon Mothma (voice)
Chapter 1 (2016) … Mon Mothma (voice)
 2016 The Secret (TV Mini-Series)
Hazel Buchanan / Hazel Stewart

Part 4 (2016) … Hazel Stewart
Part 3 (2016) … Hazel Buchanan
Part 2 (2016) … Hazel Buchanan
Part 1 (2016) … Hazel Buchanan
 2016 Endeavour (TV Series)
Annette Richardson

Arcadia (2016) … Annette Richardson
 2015/I Survivor
Lisa Carr
 2015 Banished (TV Series)
Mary Johnson

Episode #1.7 (2015) … Mary Johnson
Episode #1.6 (2015) … Mary Johnson
Episode #1.5 (2015) … Mary Johnson
Episode #1.4 (2015) … Mary Johnson
Episode #1.3 (2015) … Mary Johnson
 2014 The Honourable Woman (TV Mini-Series)
Frances Pirsig

The Hollow Wall (2014) … Frances Pirsig
The Mother Line (2014) … Frances Pirsig
Two Hearts (2014) … Frances Pirsig
The Killing Call (2014) … Frances Pirsig
The Unfaithful Husband (2014) … Frances Pirsig
 2011-2014 Episodes (TV Series)
Jamie Lapidus

Episode Six (2014) … Jamie Lapidus
Episode One (2014) … Jamie Lapidus
 2013 Crossing Lines (TV Series)
Sienna Pride

Pilot: Part 2 (2013) … Sienna Pride
Pilot: Part 1 (2013) … Sienna Pride
 2012 The Last Weekend (TV Mini-Series)
Daisy

Sunday/Monday (2012) … Daisy
Saturday (2012) … Daisy
Friday (2012) … Daisy
 2012 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Nina Morgan

A Rare Bird (2012) … Nina Morgan
 2011 Waking the Dead (TV Series)
Julie Rees

Harbinger: Part 2 (2011) … Julie Rees
Harbinger: Part 1 (2011) … Julie Rees
 2010 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Claudia Martin

Skeletons (2010) … Claudia Martin
 2010 New Tricks (TV Series)
Miranda Armstrong

The Fourth Man (2010) … Miranda Armstrong
 2010/I Forget Me Not
Eve Fisher
 2009 The Day of the Triffids (TV Mini-Series)
Michelle Beadley

Part 1 (2009) … Michelle Beadley
 2009 The Young Victoria
Lady Flora Hastings
 2007 The Time of Your Life (TV Series)
Kate

Episode #1.6 (2007) … Kate
Episode #1.5 (2007) … Kate
Episode #1.4 (2007) … Kate
Episode #1.3 (2007) … Kate
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Kate
 2006 The State Within (TV Series)
Caroline Hanley

Episode #1.6 (2006) … Caroline Hanley
Episode #1.5 (2006) … Caroline Hanley
Episode #1.4 (2006) … Caroline Hanley
Episode #1.3 (2006) … Caroline Hanley
Episode #1.2 (2006) … Caroline Hanley
 2005 Life (TV Movie)
Shelly Deane
 2005 Second Chance (TV Movie)
Susie Fulham
 2002-2005 All Saints (TV Series)
Leanne Curtis

Moving On (2005) … Leanne Curtis
The Things We Do for Love (2003) … Leanne Curtis
A Rock and a Hard Place (2003) … Leanne Curtis
Presumption of Guilt (2003) … Leanne Curtis
No Place Like Home (2003) … Leanne Curtis
 2005 The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant (TV Mini-Series)
Alicia

Episode #1.2 (2005) … Alicia (uncredited)
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Alicia
 2004 Right Here Right Now
Pizza Girl
 2004 Cyber Wars
Dash MacKenzie
 2002 Young Lions (TV Series)
Kimberly Oswald

Asylum Seekers (2002) … Kimberly Oswald
 2001 BeastMaster (TV Series)
Nagha

Slayer’s Return (2001) … Nagha

Sally Pressman

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Sally Pressman

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Sally Pressman
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Pressman at the Women’s Image Network Awards in 2007.
Born Sally Pressman Bernstein
(1981-08-01) August 1, 1981 (age 36)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress, dancer
Spouse(s) David Clayton Rogers (m. 2011)
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Sally Pressman (born August 1, 1981) is an American actress and dancer, best known for her role as Roxy LeBlanc on the Lifetime Television drama series Army Wives.

Early life[edit]

Pressman was born Sally Pressman Bernstein[1] in New York City. She is the daughter of Penny Ann Pressman and Jonathan Bernstein. Pressman’s mother studied fine arts and theater at Brandeis University and works for Christie’s Auction House. Pressman’s father is a lawyer and investor. She no longer uses her childhood name of Sally Bernstein professionally, preferring her mother’s maiden name. Pressman has a brother, Benjamin Rhodes Bernstein. Her maternal grandparents were Rhoda and William Manny Pressman. William Pressman, as Executive Vice President of Hasbro Toys, is credited for creating the G.I. Joe action figure, an armed forces doll. Her maternal great-uncle was Jack Pressman, the founder of Pressman Toy Corporation.[1]

As a child, she attended Spence School for girls in New York. She was classically trained in ballet and was a member of the Manhattan Ballet Company. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater studies from Yale University, where she also participated in such productions as The Merchant of Venice, The Dining Room, Freedomland and Sylvia. In London, she played in the West End premiere of Burleigh Grime$ in the role of Mrs. Grimes (2004).[2][3]

Career[edit]

Pressman in September 2010

Apart from a minor role in the film Swordswallowers and Thin Men, shot at Yale while she was still a student, her film career effectively began in 2006 with the independent horror film, Last Rites of the Dead. She also appeared in another independent horror film, The Dread, released in 2007. In 2006, she appeared on the pilot episode of CBS series Shark, and later guest-starred in Criminal Minds.

Pressman is best known for her role as Roxy LeBlanc on the Lifetime Television drama series Army Wives. She was regular cast member from 2007 to 2012, in the first six seasons.[4] In 2013 she appeared in two episodes of season 7. With other members of the Army Wives cast, she joined the picket line on November 13, 2007 in support of striking writers.[5] She also played the lead role in Lifetime movie Love Sick: Secrets of a Sex Addict, and guest-starred on CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine in 2008. In 2013, she landed a lead role in an NBC comedy pilot Joe, Joe and Jane.[6]

In 2013, Pressman was cast in recurring role as Candace Marcus, a daughter of Lisa Kudrow‘s character, in the third season of Shonda Rhimes drama series Scandal.[7] In 2014 she guest-starred in the episode of CBS series Person of Interest. She also co-starred alongside Brandon Routh and Dane Cook in the sci-fi thriller film, 400 Days.[8] In September, 2014 she was cast of the fourth season in the ABC series, Once Upon a Time,[9] and appeared in Shonda Rhimes’ Grey’s Anatomy as Young Ellis Grey in flashbacks. This role previously played Sarah Paulson in Season 6.[10][11] In 2016, she guest starred in two episodes of The Catch, another Rhimes’ drama.[12] Later that year, she was cast in a recurring role as Debi Mazar“s character’s love interest.

Personal life[edit]

On October 19, 2010, Pressman became engaged to her longtime boyfriend David Clayton Rogers.[13] The couple met at Lesley Kahn’s Acting Studio.[13] The couple married on September 17, 2011.[14] Pressman gave birth to a boy on April 10, 2013.[15]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Swordswallowers and Thin Men Monica
2006 Last Rites of the Dead Angela’s Boss
2007 Life Unkind Amelia Short film
2007 The Dread Teri
2008 Love Sick: Secrets of a Sex Addict Sue Silverman Television film
2008 My Best Friend’s Girl Courtney
2013 The Barter System Jenna Short film
2013 Speed Queen Jenna Short film
2014 Ladies on Top Cassie Bieber Also writer and producer
2015 400 Days Darla

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Shark Deena Brock Episode: “Pilot”
2007 Criminal Minds Chrissy Wilkinson Episode: “Birthright”
2007-2012, 2013 Army Wives Roxy LeBlanc Series regular (season 1-6), Special Guest Star (season 7), 105 episodes
2008 The New Adventures of Old Christine Melanie Episode: “Between a Rock and a Hard Place”
2011 Man Up Kelly Episode: “Camping”
2013 Joe, Joe & Jane Jane Waxman TV pilot
2013 Scandal Candace Marcus Recurring role, 3 episodes
2014 Person of Interest Holly Episode: “4C”
2014 Grey’s Anatomy Young Ellis Grey Episodes: “I Must Have Lost It on the Wind” and “Only Mama Knows
2014 Once Upon a Time Helga Episode: “The Snow Queen
2015 Major Crimes Gretchen Tucker Episode: “Wish You Were Here”
2016 Girls Coco Episode: “Queen for Two Days”
2016 The Catch Stephanie Duncan Episodes: “The Happy Couple” and “The Wedding”
2016 Younger Malkie Recurring role
2016 Pure Genius Suzie Episode: “You Must Remember This”
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Zombie Knows Best (2017) … Tori Sutcliffe

India de Beaufort

India de Beaufort

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India de Beaufort
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Born India Beaufort Lloyd
(1987-06-27) 27 June 1987 (age 30)
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, UK
Other names India Beau
Occupation Actress, singer-songwriter
Years active 2003–present

India de Beaufort (born India Beaufort Lloyd; 27 June 1987) is a British actress and singer-songwriter, married to actor Todd Grinnell.

Early life[edit]

de Beaufort was born in Kingston Hospital, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey.[1] Her mother is Karen de Beaufort, born in Liverpool in 1959, and her father is Nick Lloyd, born in London in 1959. Both parents were in the entertainment industry as dancers during the 1970s and 1980s, appearing in many British TV shows. India has an older brother, Thomas Beaufort Lloyd (born 3 September 1985). de Beaufort’s Grandfather Roger de Beaufort was born in Calcutta, India, however this is not the origin of her name. India attended Esher College in Surrey, England.[2]

Career[edit]

In 1994, de Beaufort appeared in a music video for artist Lulu “Every Woman Knows”, and in 1996 had a brief appearance as an orphan child in an episode of Penelope Keith‘s Next of Kin.

In 2002, aged 15, de Beaufort signed to Entertainment Rights as a singer/songwriter and actress, In the same year she was cast as a principal character in the BAFTA nominated The Basil Brush Show as India Beau. de Beaufort went on to shoot three seasons with the show, and also performed as a featured artist on the Christmas single “Boom Boom, its Basil Brush”. The song remained in the UK charts for three weeks at position 44.[3] During India’s time with the cast of the CBBC sitcom, India performed at Proms in the Park and took part in a nationwide tour.

In 2006, de Beaufort was cast as Maya in Simon Pegg‘s Run Fatboy Run, directed by David Schwimmer. She has said in many interviews that this production switched her path from singer to actress.[4] The following year she became the face of US makeup line Me by Mezhgan, created by the head of American Idols make up department, Mezhgan Hussainy.[5] In 2008, de Beaufort was cast as the pagan warrior Aneka in BBC/Comedy Central parody series, Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire. The comedy was shot in Budapest, Hungary.[6]

In 2009, de Beaufort joined the cast of The CW teen drama series One Tree Hill as Miranda Stone during the seventh season.

From 2010 to 2012, de Beaufort played India Jourdain in the ABC Family comedy-drama series Jane by Design. The series was cancelled after one season. She later had the recurring roles in Necessary Roughness and Chicago P.D.. She also guest starred on Chuck, How I Met Your Mother, Castle and The Night Shift. From 2014 to 2017, de Beaufort did her first voice role as Clover in the Netflix show All Hail King Julien.

In 2015, de Beaufort was cast as Jules Jackman in the ABC prime-time television soap opera Blood & Oil.[7]

In 2016 de Beaufort was cast in recurring roles on Younger and NCIS LA. She also guest starred on 2 Broke Girls.

In 2017 de Beaufort joined the cast of Veep for HBO. India was also cast in ABC‘s pilot The Gospel of Kevin, which was late picked up to series.

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Run Fatboy Run Maya Goshdashtidar
2015 The Better Half Dina Post-production
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Next of Kin Deprived Youngster Episode: “The Theme Park”
2003–05 The Basil Brush Show India Recurring role, 21 episodes
2009 Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire Aneka 6 episodes
2009–10 One Tree Hill Miranda Stone Recurring role, 12 episodes
2011 Chuck Jasmine Episode: “Chuck Versus Agent X
2012 Jane by Design India Jourdain Main role, 17 episodes
2013 Necessary Roughness India 3 episodes
2013 How I Met Your Mother Sophia Episode: “Knight Vision
2014 Chicago P.D. Layla Roslyn 3 episodes
2014–2017 All Hail King Julien Clover, Crimson Voice
2015 Castle Taylor McKinley Episode: “I, Witness”
2015 The Night Shift Farrah Episode: “Darkest Before Dawn”
2015 Blood & Oil Jules Jackman Series regular, 10 episodes
2016 Younger Radha Recurring role
2016 NCIS: Los Angeles Alex Episode: “Glasnost”
2017 Veep Brie Ramachandran Episode: “Chicklet” (Sn 6 Ep 5)
Video game roles
Year Title Role Notes
2015 Infinite Crisis Arcane Supergirl Voice

Eva LaRue

Eva LaRue

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Eva LaRue
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LaRue in 2009
Born Eva Maria LaRue
(1966-12-27) December 27, 1966 (age 50)
Long Beach, California, U.S.
Other names Eva LaRue Callahan, Eva Larue
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s)
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Eva Maria LaRue (born December 27, 1966)[1] is an American model and actress. She is known for her roles as Dr. Maria Santos on All My Children and Det. Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami.

Early life[edit]

LaRue was born in Long Beach, California to Marcie and Luis LaRuy. She has three siblings, sisters Nika and Lara and a brother, Luis Jr.[1] She is a member of the Bahá’í Faith.[2]

LaRue began acting at the age of six and was later a teenage beauty queen. She won Danfranc Productions Miss California Empire 1984 title at the state pageant held in Irvine, California. In 1985, she graduated from Norco High School[3] and soon after she started modeling, first working with the Judith Fontaine Agency and eventually with Frederick’s of Hollywood.[3]

Career[edit]

From 1993 to 1997 and again from 2002 to 2005, LaRue portrayed Dr. Maria Santos Grey on All My Children.[4] There, she was half of All My Children supercouple Edmund and Maria. She received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in the category of “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series” for All My Children. She also received a nomination in 2004 in the category of “Outstanding Original Song” for composing the song “Dance Again with You,” which was used as a backdrop to the lovemaking scene after the third marriage of the characters Edmund and Maria in June 2003.

In 2010, LaRue reprised her role as Maria temporarily on January 5 for All My Children’s 40th anniversary.[5]

LaRue also performed in television movies over the years, appearing as Annette Funicello in a biographical movie of the former Mouseketeer and also in the adaptation of Danielle Steel‘s Remembrance as Princess Serena.

In 2005 LaRue portrayed Linda Lorenzo, George Lopez‘s “Long Lost” sister, on the TV sitcom George Lopez. In the fall 2005, LaRue began the role of Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami. It was revealed in the end of season four that Eva’s character, Natalia Boa Vista, was the mole in the lab reporting back to the FBI. Beginning with season five, LaRue became a full-time cast member.

LaRue and her daughter recently starred in a music video for the song “Armed” by Bahá’í recording artist, Devon Gundry.

In July and September 2011, LaRue reprised her role as Dr. Maria Santos Grey on All My Children as a guest star as the show wrapped up its network run on ABC. In 2013 she played Agent Tanya Mays in the episode “Final Shot” on Criminal Minds.

In July 2015, it was announced that LaRue had been cast on Fuller House, the revival series of the sitcom Full House. She portrayed the character of Teri Tanner, the vivacious wife of Danny Tanner. The series premiered on Netflix in 2016.[6] She also played the role of the Admirable in 3 episodes of Mack & Moxy.

Personal life[edit]

LaRue’s sister Nika was one of the women photographed by convicted serial killer Bill Bradford for his collection. She was No. 3 (out of 54 women) on the poster released by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department to find living victims. Bradford would photograph women he met in bars and photo shoots under the guise that he would assist their modeling careers. The incident was used in CSI: Miami in the season five episode “Darkroom” soon after the revelation.[7] Nika guest-starred in the episode as a reporter. She was initially offered the role of Eva’s on-screen sister and a surviving victim, but declined that role, describing it as being “too surreal”.

LaRue is the third cousin of Jane Fonda.[8]

From 1992 to 1994, LaRue was married to actor John O’Hurley.[citation needed]

LaRue was also married to fellow All My Children actor, John Callahan from 1996 to 2005. She gave birth to their daughter Kaya in 2001.[citation needed]

On June 26, 2010, LaRue married Joe Cappucio. They divorced in early 2014.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 The Barbarians Kara
1989 Dangerous Curves Leslie Cruz
1990 Heart Condition Peisha
1990 Crash and Burn Parice
1991 Legal Tender Newscaster
1991 Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College Erin Riddle
1993 Body of Influence Fourth Woman
1993 RoboCop 3 Debbie Dix
1993 Mirror Images II Phyllis
2000 One Hell of a Guy Daphne
2008 Lakeview Terrace Lt. Morgada
2011 Grace in Sara Dr. Lopez Short film
2015 Dancer and the Dame Nicole

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1988 Santa Barbara Margot Collins 24 episodes
1989 Charles in Charge Daphne Prentiss Episode: “Chargin’ Charles”
1989 Perfect Strangers ‘A’ Student Episode: “Teacher’s Pest”
1989 Freddy’s Nightmares Gina Episode: “Missing Persons”
1990 Married… with Children Carrie Episode: “Rock and Roll Girl”
1990 Dragnet Nancy Moir Episode: “Little Miss Nobody”
1991 They Came from Outer Space Juanita Gillespie Episode: “Animal Magnetism”
1991 Dallas DeeDee Episode: “Win Some, Lose Some”
1991 The New Adam-12 Maria Episode: “Missing”
1991 Candid Camera Co-host
1993 Nurses Cindy Episode: “Super Bowl”
1993–97
2002–05
2010–11
All My Children Dr. Maria Santos Grey
1995 A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story Annette Funicello TV Movie
1996 Remembrance Serena Principessa di San Tibaldo Fullerton Movie
1997 Out of Nowhere Denise Johnson Movie
1997 Head Over Heels Carmen Montaglio
1998 Ice Alison Movie
1998 Diagnosis: Murder Kathryn Wately Episode: “Wrong Number”
1999 Soldier of Fortune, Inc. Dr. Newman Episode: “Critical List”
1999 Grown Ups Claire Episode: “J Says”
1999 For Your Love Fariba Episode: “The Girl Most Likely To…”
2000–01 Third Watch Brooke 9 episodes
2000–01 Soul Food Josefina Alicante 5 episodes
2003–05 George Lopez Linda Lorenzo 3 episodes
2005 Modern Girl’s Guide to Life Talent 5 episodes
2005–12 CSI: Miami Natalia Boa Vista Recurring in season 4; main in seasons 5–10 (152 episodes)
2006 Cries in the Dark Carrie Movie
2012 Family Trap Veronica Movie
2012 Help for the Holidays Sara Vancamp Movie
2013 Criminal Minds Agent Tanya Mays Episode: “Final Shot”
2014 Hell’s Kitchen Herself Season 13 Episode 1: “18 Chefs Compete”
2015 Letter Never Sent Mrs Sampson Movie
2016 Fuller House Teri Tanner Episode: “Our Very First Show, Again”
 2016 Mack & Moxy (TV Series)
Admirable Eva / Admirable

Feeding Rainbow (2016) … Admirable
S.T.E.M. Strong (2016) … Admirable Eva
A Ty-Grrrr’s Tale (2016) … Admirable Eva