CAILEE SPAENY

Cailee Spaeny is an actress, known for Counting to 1000 (2016), Pacific Rim Uprising (2018) and The Shoes (2018).
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 2018 The Shoes (performer: “Fallin”) (post-production)
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Georgina Chapman

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Georgina Chapman

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Georgina Chapman
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Chapman at the Metropolitan Opera opening, September 22, 2008
Born Georgina Rose Chapman[1]
(1976-04-14) 14 April 1976 (age 41)
London, England
Nationality British
Alma mater Marlborough College and Wimbledon School of Art and Chelsea College of Art and Design
Label(s) Marchesa
Spouse(s) Harvey Weinstein (2007–present; 2 children)

Georgina Rose Chapman (born 14 April 1976) is an English fashion designer and actress. Chapman, along with actress and former model Keren Craig, is a co-founder of the fashion label Marchesa.

Life and career[edit]

Chapman was born in London, England, the daughter of Caroline Wonfor, a journalist, and Brian Chapman, a co-owner of the fairtrade organic coffee company Percol.[2][3] Chapman grew up in Richmond, southwest London. Chapman attended Marlborough College in Wiltshire.[4]

In her twenties, Chapman modelled in an ad for dandruff shampoo Head & Shoulders and one for throat lozenges Soothers.

Chapman met future partner Keren Craig, while they were both students at Chelsea College of Art and Design.[5] Chapman graduated from Wimbledon School of Art in 2001 and began her career as a costume designer. After graduation, Chapman appeared in various television shows and films.

In 2004, she and Craig launched Marchesa, named after socialite Marchesa Luisa Casati.[5] Investors of the brand include Giuseppe Cipriani and Steve Witkoff.[6] In 2006, the label was named one of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s top ten finalists.[7]

In 2010, she was named in Tatler’s top 10 best-dressed list.[8] According to the “Sunday Times Rich List 2015,” Georgina Chapman is worth £15 million.[9]

In 2012, Chapman was featured as a judge on the premiere of Project Runway: All Stars. She reprised her role as judge for the first five seasons of the show.

Personal life[edit]

Chapman started dating film producer Harvey Weinstein in December 2004, after he left his first wife. They married on 15 December 2007 in Connecticut, USA. The couple splits their time between a West Village townhouse, a seafront home in Westport, Connecticut, and a mansion in Los Angeles. Chapman gave birth to the couple’s first child, daughter India Pearl, on 30 August 2010.[10][11] On 11 April 2013, they welcomed a son, Dashiell Max Robert.[12]

Filmography[edit]

Ashley Madekwe

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Ashley Madekwe

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Ashley Madekwe
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Madekwe at the PaleyFest 2012
Born (1983-12-06) 6 December 1983 (age 33)
London, England
Years active 1998–present
Spouse(s) Iddo Goldberg (m. 2012)

Ashley Madekwe (born 6 December 1983) is an English actress. She is known for her roles as call girl Bambi in the ITV2 series Secret Diary of a Call Girl, social climber Ashley Davenport on the ABC drama series Revenge and the witch Tituba in the WGN America series Salem.

Early life[edit]

Madekwe was born in East London, England. Her father is Nigerian and her mother is of Swiss descent. She grew up on a south London council estate and attended The Brit School at age 14. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London where she gained a BA in acting. While attending the school, she appeared in numerous stage productions including King Henry V as Princess Katherine and Wuthering Heights as Catherine Earnshaw.[1]

Career[edit]

Madekwe started her acting career with a film titled Storm Damage. Since then, she has made guest appearances on Teachers, Doctors, Casualty, and Drop Dead Gorgeous. Madekwe landed her first motion picture in the 2007 Woody Allen film Cassandra’s Dream, opposite Colin Farrell and Ewan McGregor. Following that success, she played Elisha in the one-off BBC Three drama pilot West 10 LDN, and appeared in six episodes of Trexx and Flipside as Ollie. In 2008, she landed the role of Bambi on the ITV2 drama series Secret Diary of a Call Girl,[2] appearing in series two and three. Madekwe starred in the 2008 comedy film How to Lose Friends & Alienate People. Her theatre credits include Little Sweet Thing by Roy Williams and Flight Path by David Watson.[3]

Madekwe made her official US debut in the 2009 drama series The Beautiful Life which aired on The CW. In February 2011, she was cast as Ashley Davenport in the ABC drama series Revenge.[4] After being a regular for the first two seasons, it was reported in late May 2013 that Madekwe would depart the series following a guest appearance in the first episode of the third season.[5]

She starred in the television series Salem from 2014 – 2016.

Ashley played Jenna in the 2016 film Mololith/Locked in.

Personal life[edit]

In June 2012, Madekwe married her long-time boyfriend, actor Iddo Goldberg.[6] They met as co-stars on Secret Diary of a Call Girl. He also had a role alongside her on the TV series Salem.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Venus Royal Court actress
2007 Cassandra’s Dream Lucy
2008 How to Lose Friends & Alienate People Vicky
2011 Victim Tia
2016 Mololith/Locked in Jenna

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Bill, TheThe Bill Janie Newton Episode: “Badlands
2000 Hope and Glory Dawn Episode: “2.4”
2000 Down to Earth Julie Episode: “O Best Beloved”
2000 Storm Damage Annalise Television film
2001–2002 Teachers Bev 9 episodes
2006 Vital Signs Tart Episode: “1.5”
2006 Doctors Sophie Wells Episode: “A Mother’s Love”
2006 Casualty Jade Clark Episode: “Worlds Apart”
2006 Prime Suspect Tanya Episode: “The Final Act, Part 1”
2007 Drop Dead Gorgeous Brogan Tully 3 episodes
2008 West 10 LDN Elisha Unsold TV pilot
2008 Trial & Retribution Maria Episode: “Tracks: Part 1
2008–2010 Secret Diary of a Call Girl Bambi/Gloria White 13 episodes
2008 Trexx and Flipside Ollie 8 episodes
2008 Wallander Dolores Maria Santana Episode: “Sidetracked”
2009 Beautiful Life: TBL, TheThe Beautiful Life: TBL Marissa Delfina 4 episodes
2009 Coming Up Shanna Episode: “Raising Baby Rio”
2010 Above Their Station Kelly Eve Unsold TV pilot
2011 Bedlam Molly Lucas 6 episodes
2011–2013 Revenge Ashley Davenport 43 episodes
2014–2017 Salem Tituba 34 episodes

Commercial[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Hulu TV Ads: Don’t Just Watch TV, Make It Yours Girl on Treadmill

Cherie Lunghi

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Cherie Lunghi

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Cherie Lunghi
Born Cherie Mary Lunghi[1]
(1952-04-04) 4 April 1952 (age 65)
Nottingham, England
Occupation Actress, dancer
Years active 1965–present
Spouse(s) Ralph Lawson (union dissolved; no children)
Children Nathalie Lunghi (daughter)

Cherie Mary Lunghi (born 4 April 1952) is an English film, television, and theatre actress, known for her roles in many British TV dramas. Her international fame stems from her role as Guinevere in the 1981 film Excalibur. Her long list of screen, stage, and TV credits include football manageress Gabriella Benson in the 1990s television series The Manageress and a series of advertisements for Kenco coffee.[2] She also competed in the 2008 series of Strictly Come Dancing.[3] She is the mother of the actress Nathalie Lunghi.

Early life[edit]

Lunghi was born in Nottingham.[4] Her father, Alessandro Lunghi, was Italian,[5] and her mother, Gladys Lee, was English.[6][7] After her father returned to Italy, she was brought up in west London by her mother and aunts.[8]

Career[edit]

Educated at London’s Arts Educational School,[9] Lunghi played Hedvig in The Wild Duck and Alice in Alice in Wonderland on BBC radio while still at school. After graduating from Homerton College, Cambridge[not in citation given] and London’s Central School of Speech and Drama, she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in the late 1970s, taking leading roles such as Perdita, Celia, and Viola.[9] In 1981 she landed the role of Guinevere in the film Excalibur.[9]

She starred in the 1982 television serial Praying Mantis, based on the book (Les Mantes Religieuses) by Hubert Monteilhet. The thriller co-starred Pinkas Braun, Carmen du Sautoy, and Jonathan Pryce. In the mid-1980s, she relocated to Los Angeles for eight years, but returned to England to care for her mother. Lunghi has a daughter, actress Nathalie Lunghi (born 1986), from a relationship with director Roland Joffé.[5] After the birth of her daughter and the end of her relationship with Joffé[8] she took various short-term parts, including playing the band members’ mutual love interest in the music video for Level 42‘s song “Something About You“.

Lunghi took on the lead role in football drama The Manageress (1989–90), and participated in the BBC adaptation of Edith Wharton’s posthumously published novel, The Buccaneers (1995), as Laura Testvalley. In addition to film and television work, she appeared in a long-running advertising campaign on British television for Kenco coffee from the late 1990s onwards.[8]

In 2006, Lunghi appeared on television in Casualty 1906, playing Matron Eva Luckes, and had a recurring guest role in the regular Casualty series as Professor Camille Windsor. In 2013, she narrated some episodes of the BBC genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are?.[10]

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

In 2008, she competed in the sixth series of BBC television’s Strictly Come Dancing (14-week run), partnered by James Jordan.[11] After her first dance, the Foxtrot on the Ladies Night in week two, she scored the highest points of the first two weeks (33). She beat this score with another series-best score of 35/40 for the rumba to finish week four atop the remaining 12 contestants with an average score of 34/40. The score for her third dance, the American Smooth, was an impressive 34 to maintain her average, though she slipped to 31/40 for the Paso Doble, and further to 26/40 on her fifth outing, in the Salsa. She returned to form the following week with a Waltz, scoring 36/40, and was joint first on the leaderboard. She was voted off the competition on 16 November 2008, (week nine) losing by three votes to one in the dance-off against model Lisa Snowdon after performing a Cha-Cha-Cha.[12] In the January/February 2009 Strictly Tour, she danced an American Smooth and a rumba with James Jordan.

Personal life[edit]

Lunghi was briefly married to South African student Ralph Lawson after the pair met while studying at London’s Central School of Speech and Drama.[5] The 1975 marriage was one of convenience so that Lawson could remain in the UK. The couple never lived together as man and wife, instead staying in separate homes in Newcastle. Lawson ended up moving back to South Africa two years later to take a new job.[13] In the 1980s she was in a relationship with director Roland Joffe with whom she has a daughter Nathalie Lunghi (born 1986).

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
1980 Diversion Erica
1981 Excalibur Guinevere
1985 King David Michal
Lying Still
Parker Jenny Parker
1986 The Mission Carlotta
Letters to an Unknown Lover Helene
1988 Intrigue Adriana
To Kill a Priest Halina
1990 Ransom Claire Stein
1993 Silent Cries / Guests of the Emperor Audrey
1994 Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Baroness Frankenstien (Victor’s Mother)
1995 Jack and Sarah Anna
1997 An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn Myrna Smithee
2001 Back to the Secret Garden Lady Mary Craven
2004 Viper in the Fist Miss Chilton
2011 Love’s Kitchen Margaret

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1973 The Brontes of Haworth Student
1976 Bill Brand Alex Ferguson
1978 Edward and Mrs. Simpson Lady Thelma Furness
Kean Anna Danby
The Comedy of Errors Ephesus Townsperson
1979 Prince Regent Princess Charlotte
1980 If Winter Comes Csöppi/Ilóna
Tis Pity She’s a Whore Annabella
Armchair Thriller Stephanie Episode: “Dead Man’s Kit”
1981 Tales of the Unexpected Karen Masterson
The Manhood of Edward Robinson Noreen
1982 Oliver Twist Nancy
Praying Mantis Beatrice Manceau
1983 The Sign of Four Mary Morstan
1984 Strangers and Brothers Margaret Davidson/Eliot
Master of the Game Margaret Van der Merwe
Ellis Island Una Marbury
Much Ado About Nothing Beatrice
Bones Jenny Parker
1985 Vicious Circle
“Something About You” by Level 42 Love interest Music video
1986 Harem Usta
The Monocled Mutineer Dorothy
1987 Coast to Coast Susan
The Lady’s Not for Burning Jennet Jourdemayne
1988 The Man Who Lived at the Ritz Lili
1989 The Manageress Gabriella Benson
1990 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries Dinah Sternhold Put on by Cunning
1991 The Strauss Dynasty Jetti
1992 Covington Cross / Charing Cross Lady Elizabeth
1993 A Question of Guilt Helen West
1995 The Buccaneers Laura Testvalley
1996 Strangers Joan Episode 1 of Canadian TV series
The Canterville Ghost Lucille Otis
Moloney Dr. Sarah Bateman
1998 Little White Lies Julia
1999 Hornblower Duchess of Wharfedale/Kitty Cobham Episode: “The Duchess and the Devil
David Copperfield Mrs Steerforth
2000 A Likeness in Stone Merie Kirschman
2001 EastEnders Jan Sherwood
2002 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Sarah Gordon Episode: “For the Sake of Elena”
The Seasons Alter Titania
2003 Cutting It Zinnia Raggitt
Midsomer Murders Lillian Webster
New Tricks Diane Loveless
2004 The Brief Cleo Steyn
2005 Agatha Christie’s Marple Sadie Swettenham Episode: A Murder is Announced
2006 Dalziel & Pascoe Kay Miclean
Casualty 1906 Matron Eva Luckes
2007 Hotel Babylon Mrs. Poldark
2007–2011 The Secret Diary of a Call Girl Stephanie Series regular
2007, 2008 Casualty Camille Windsor
2008 Casualty 1907 Matron Eva Luckes
A Touch of Frost Detective Sergeant Annie Marsh Episode: “Dead End”
Apparitions Woman Episode 6
Strictly Come Dancing Herself
2009 Casualty 1909 Matron Eva Luckes
2011 Lewis Grace Orde
2013 Who Do You Think You Are? Narrator
Pat & Cabbage Cabbage (Jean)
Death in Paradise Jayne Smythe Series 2, Episode 3
2014 Wizards vs Aliens Eva Starling Series 3, Episode 2: “The Quantum Affect”
2016 Midsomer Murders Alexandra Monkford Season 18, Episode 4: “A Dying Art”

Selected stage credits[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1975 Teeth ‘n’ Smiles Laura
1976 Much Ado About Nothing Hero
1976 The Winter’s Tale Perdita
1978 As You Like It Celia
1979 Twelfth Night Viola
1991 The Homecoming Ruth
2000 Passion Play Eleanor

BILLIE PIPER

Billie Piper studied at the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School. She caught the eyes of record producers who were interested in signing a young vocalist when she was the poster girl for the ad campaign of a British pop music magazine, “Smash Hits”. She released her first single, “Because We Want To”, which debuted at #1 at age 15. Her second …
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Actress (27 credits)
 2018 Collateral (TV Mini-Series) (filming)
Karen

Episode #1.4 … Karen
Episode #1.3 … Karen
Episode #1.2 … Karen
Episode #1.1 … Karen
 2017/V Beast (Short) (post-production)
Grace
 2017 Two for Joy (pre-production)
Lillah
 2016 City of Tiny Lights
Shelley
 2014-2016 Penny Dreadful (TV Series)
Lily / Brona Croft

Perpetual Night (2016) … Lily
The Blessed Dark (2016) … Lily
Ebb Tide (2016) … Lily
No Beast So Fierce (2016) … Lily
This World Is Our Hell (2016) … Lily (credit only)
 2014 Playhouse Presents (TV Series)
Badger

Foxtrot (2014) … Badger
 2012 True Love (TV Series)
Holly

Holly (2012) … Holly
 2007-2011 Secret Diary of a Call Girl (TV Series)
Belle / Hannah

Episode #4.8 (2011) … Belle / Hannah
Episode #4.7 (2011) … Belle / Hannah
Episode #4.6 (2011) … Belle / Hannah
Episode #4.5 (2011) … Belle / Hannah
Episode #4.4 (2011) … Belle / Hannah
 2010 Animals United
Bonnie (English version, voice)
 2010 A Passionate Woman (TV Series)
Betty

Episode #1.2 (2010) … Betty
Episode #1.1 (2010) … Betty
 2007 Mansfield Park (TV Movie)
Fanny Price
 2005 Children in Need (TV Series)
Rose Tyler

Episode #1.26 (2005) … Rose Tyler
 2005 ShakespeaRe-Told (TV Mini-Series)
Hero

 2004 Bella and the Boys (TV Movie)
Bella
 2003 Canterbury Tales (TV Mini-Series)
Alison Crosby

 1999 Music Chronicles (TV Series)

The Advantage (1999)
 1996 Evita
Girl Wanting Juan Peron’s Autograph (uncredited)
 1996 The Leading Man
Girl (uncredited)