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Born Nessa Diab
(1984-05-06) May 6, 1984 (age 33)
Occupation Television and radio host
Partner(s) Colin Kaepernick

Nessa Diab (born May 6, 1984),[1][2] known mononymously as Nessa, is an American radio and TV personality and television host.[3][4]

Nessa first rose to prominence for her artist and celebrity interviews on San Francisco Bay Area Top 40 station Wild 94.9 and YouTube, which led to MTV seeking her out to be on Girl Code. She has also hosted various MTV and MTV2 shows. She currently hosts the drive time shift on New York City‘s top rated Hot 97.

Personal life[edit]

Nessa is a Muslim.[5][6] Her parents are Egyptian. She has two brothers.

She began dating Colin Kaepernick when he was an American football quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL), in July 2015.[7] They officially went public about their relationship in February 2016. Previously, she had dated Aldon Smith of the San Francisco 49ers.[8]


Year Title Role Notes
2013 Girl Code Herself Season 1 – Present
MTV Woodie Awards Herself Co-host
Ain’t That America Herself
MTV2 Charlamagne & Friends Herself
2013-present iHeartRadio Music Festival Herself
2014 VH1 Big Morning Buzz Herself
MTVU Woodie Awards Co-host
iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party Herself Guest Appearance
The Real World Aftershow Host
Real World: Ex-Plosion Reunion Host
MTV2 Jobs That Don’t Suck Host
Snooki & Jwoww Aftershow Host
Teen Mom Aftershow Host
2015 Girl Code Live Herself – Host Season 1 – Present
2016 The Challenge: Battle of the Bloodlines Reunion Host
Real Talk (Aftershow series for Real World: Go Big or Go Home) Host
Mucho Mas (Aftershow series for The Challenge: Rivals III) Host
The Challenge: Rivals III Reunion Host
Real Talk (Aftershow series for Real World Seattle: Bad Blood) Host


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Actress (3 credits)
 2013-2017 Como dice el dicho (TV Series)
Rocío / Brisa / Tamborin

El árbol se conoce por su fruto (2017) … (as Vanessa Díaz)
Amigo reconciliado, enemigo agazapado (2017) … (as Vanessa Díaz)
Ya la esperanza perdida… (2015) … Rocío (as Vanessa Díaz)
Con paciencia todo se logra (2013) … Brisa
El que tenga tienda… (2013) … Tamborin
 2015-2016 Anything But Plain (TV Series)

Episode #1.132 (2016) … Dafne
Episode #1.131 (2016) … Dafne
Episode #1.130 (2016) … Dafne
Episode #1.129 (2016) … Dafne
Episode #1.128 (2016) … Dafne
 2012-2013 La rosa de Guadalupe (TV Series)
Tamara (adolescente) / Amanda

Entre El Amor y La Venganza (2013) … Tamara (adolescente)
Amandototota la Gorda a Gogo (2012) … Amanda

Trish Stratus

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Trish Stratus

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Trish Stratus
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Birth name Patricia Anne Stratigeas[1][2]
Born (1975-12-18) December 18, 1975 (age 41)
Flemingdon Park, Ontario, Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada[1]
Spouse(s) Ron Fisico (m. 2006)
Children 2
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Trish Stratus
Billed height 5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)[3][4]
Billed weight 125 lb (57 kg)[3]
Billed from Toronto, Ontario, Canada[4][5]
Trained by Ron Hutchison
Dave Finlay[6][7]
Debut March 19, 2000
Retired September 17, 2006

Patricia Anne Stratigeas (/ˈstrætɪəs/; born December 18, 1975) is a Canadian retired professional wrestler, former fitness model, fitness master, actress, television personality, and best known for her time in WWE under ring name Trish Stratus.

After beginning her career as a fitness model, Stratus began working for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), which was later renamed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Early in her career, she was mostly involved in sexually themed storylines, such as managing the team T & A and an affair with Vince McMahon‘s Mr. McMahon character. As Stratus spent more time in the ring, her perceived wrestling skills strengthened and her popularity increased. Because of this, she was made a one-time WWE Hardcore Champion, three-time “WWE Babe of the Year” and was proclaimed “Diva of the Decade”. After nearly seven years in the business, Stratus retired from professional wrestling at WWE Unforgiven on September 17, 2006 after winning her record-setting seventh WWE Women’s Championship. In 2011, Stratus was a trainer for WWE Tough Enough. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013 at age 37, which made her at the time the youngest person to ever be inducted.

Aside from professional wrestling, Stratus is considered to be a sex symbol, appearing on a number of magazine covers and has been involved in charity work. She has also hosted several award and television shows, and owns a yoga studio.

Early life and fitness modelling[edit]

Stratigeas grew up in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada where she attended Bayview Secondary School.[8][9] She enrolled at York University, where she studied biology and kinesiology and played soccer and field hockey.[4][7][10] Due to a faculty strike in 1997, she was forced to change her plans.[4][7][8][9][10] She was working as a receptionist at a local gym when she was approached by the publisher of MuscleMag International to do a test shoot for the magazine.[9][11] She later appeared on the cover of the May 1998 issue and was signed to a two-year contract.[11] For the next six months, she worked on her body and appeared on numerous magazine covers.[9] During this time, she joined Big Daddy Donnie & Jeff Marek as the third host of Live Audio Wrestling on Toronto Sports Radio, The FAN 590.[4][12][13]

Stratigeas had been a fan of wrestling since childhood and was especially fond of wrestlers Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, among others.[14] Her modelling work caught the attention of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).[4][8][12][13][15] In November 1999, she was signed to a multi-year contract with the company, who sent her to Sully’s Gym where she was trained by Ron Hutchison.[4][8][9][13]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment/WWE[edit]

Managing and T & A (2000–2001)[edit]

Stratigeas made her debut as a villainous character on the March 19, 2000 episode of Sunday Night Heat, under the ring name Trish Stratus.[4] She appeared on stage to scout Test and Prince Albert. The next night on Raw, Stratus began her first role in the company, managing Test and Albert in the tag team T & A.[4][16] It was during her stint managing T & A that Stratus took her first major bump in the ring, by being driven through a table by the Dudley Boyz at Backlash, after she had been taunting Bubba Ray Dudley for several weeks.[17] In June, she was on the receiving end of a stink face from Rikishi on Raw.[18]

Stratus as Val Venis‘ manager during the 2000 King of the Ring event

She also began managing then-heel, Val Venis to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship, but their partnership ended at SummerSlam after Venis lost the title.[8] Stratus made her in-ring debut at the June 22 taping of SmackDown!, winning a tag team match with T & A against the Hardy Boyz and Lita. A storyline feud between Stratus and Lita developed after the match with Stratus attacking Lita on episodes of Raw and SmackDown!. This led to an Indian Strap match between the two women on the July 24 episode of Raw, which Stratus won with help from Stephanie McMahon.[3] She finished the year competing unsuccessfully for the WWF Women’s Championship numerous times, and separating from Test and Albert when the team disbanded.[19]

In early 2001, Stratus became involved in an angle with WWF Chairman Vince McMahon, during a time when Vince’s wife Linda was kayfabe institutionalized following a demand Vince had made for a divorce during an episode of SmackDown! on December 7, 2000.[8][20] Vince and Stratus’ relationship increasingly angered the boss’ daughter, then-heel, Stephanie McMahon.[4][5] On the February 19 episode of Raw, Stephanie and Trish were scheduled for a match, but it quickly got cancelled due to Stephanie getting stunned by Steve Austin. At No Way Out on February 25, Stratus and Stephanie squared off, with Stephanie scoring the victory after a run-in by William Regal.[21] In the midst of a tag team match that pitted Vince and Stratus against Regal and Stephanie the next night on Raw, Stratus was the victim of a set-up by Vince, Stephanie and Regal. Regal executed his finisher, the Regal Cutter, on Stratus and Stephanie then dumped sewage over Stratus’ body. Vince stood over Stratus, and he told her she was a “toy” with which he had “grown tired of playing with”.[22] The angle continued the next week on Raw, with Vince forcing Stratus to strip down to her black bra and panties in the ring and bark like a dog.[23] The storyline came to an end at WrestleMania X-Seven, when Stratus slapped Vince during his match against his son Shane,[4] becoming a fan favorite in the process.[8][24][25]

Women’s Champion (2001–2003)[edit]

Following her first face turn, Stratus began wrestling part-time. She teamed up with Lita against then-heels, Stacy Keibler and Torrie Wilson at InVasion.[5] After suffering an ankle injury in the summer, however, she was sidelined for the following three months. This interrupted not only her recent venture into wrestling, but also an on-screen romance with Jeff Hardy and budding storyline with Team Xtreme.[26] As she rehabilitated, she kept herself visible by co-hosting Excess on TNN.[5] After returning in autumn, Stratus appeared at Survivor Series where she won the WWF Women’s Championship for the first time in a six-pack challenge.[4][27][28] Stratus was next involved in a feud with Jazz over the Women’s Championship, where she retained the championship at the Royal Rumble, but dropped the championship to Jazz two weeks later on the February 4, 2002 episode of Raw.[29][30] Stratus then attempted to regain the title for several months, including competing in a triple threat match at WrestleMania X8 against Lita and Jazz in her hometown of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, but failed to win the match.[7][31] While chasing after the Women’s Championship, Stratus won the WWE Hardcore Championship on May 6, pinning Crash Holly after Bubba Ray Dudley hit him over the head with a trash can.[8][27] She lost the title to Steven Richards soon afterward however, due to the stipulation that the belt was to be defended 24/7 as long as there was a referee present.[8][27] One week later, she regained the Women’s Championship in a tag team match with Bubba Ray Dudley.[32] During this time, Stratus began wrestling solely on the Raw brand after being drafted in the WWF Brand Extension.[33]

Trish celebrating after winning the Women’s Championship at WrestleMania XIX in 2003

Stratus’ second reign as champion came to an end on June 23, when she was defeated at King of the Ring by Molly Holly.[34] The two Divas continued their storyline feud for the next three months. After a failed attempt to win the title in July, Stratus won the championship back at Unforgiven.[35][36] While feuding with Holly, Stratus was also involved in an angle with new Diva Victoria, who held a storyline grudge against Stratus, claiming she was betrayed by Stratus when they both worked as fitness models.[8] The two competed in several title matches, with Stratus retaining until Survivor Series, where Victoria won the title in a Hardcore match.[37][38] On March 17, 2003, Victoria and Steven Richards defeated Jazz and Stratus in a tag team match when Jazz walked out on Stratus. After the match, Jeff Hardy saved Stratus from an attack by Victoria and Richards and then kissed her, resulting in Stratus becoming Hardy’s on-screen girlfriend once more.[39] The two would talk and kiss backstage, compete as an intergender tag team, and come to each other’s aid when in danger during singles competition. At no point was their previous relationship acknowledged.[40] The storyline was suddenly dropped when WWE released Hardy in April. This marked the second time in two years that a romance between Stratus and Hardy was abruptly scrapped due to a setback in one of their personal lives. In neither instance did the angle fully play out or reach a conclusion.[8]

At WrestleMania XIX, Stratus ended her feud with Victoria by defeating her and Jazz to capture her fourth Women’s Championship, only to lose the title to Jazz at the following pay-per-view, Backlash.[41] The Raw after Backlash, Eric Bischoff ordered a No Disqualification match between him and Stratus. If Stratus won, she would get a championship rematch the next week; if Bischoff won, he would get to spend a night with her. Bischoff would go on to win the match, though the stipulation was nulified when Linda McMahon confronted him after the match.

Teaming and feuding with Lita; Heel Turn (2003–2005)[edit]

In the following months, Stratus was placed into an alliance with Gail Kim. It was short-lived, however, as Kim turned on Stratus and teamed with Molly Holly, putting the women in a storyline feud.[8] The duo defeated Stratus and several tag team partners until Stratus allied herself with a returning Lita.[42][43][44] The team defeated Kim and Holly in several matches, including a match at Unforgiven.[45] Stratus began an on-screen romance with Chris Jericho during the November 10 episode of Raw when she agreed to go on a date with him.[46] Subsequently, they participated in an intergender tag team match as partners on December 1. After the match, Stratus overheard Jericho talking to then-heel, Christian, who was involved in an on-screen romance with Lita at the time, about who could sleep with their respective woman first.[47] One week later, Stratus and Lita confronted the men about their actions, leading to a feud between the two men and women which resulted in a “Battle of the Sexes” tag team match at Armageddon, which the women lost.[48] A rematch the next night ended in a no contest.[49] Her relationship with Jericho continued into the next year with a new angle of Stratus developing feelings for Jericho. Christian would also briefly turn face once again, but only revealed to be a hoax as he would attack and defeat her in a match ordered by Eric Bischoff. This would start a feud between Christian and Jericho, who was defending Stratus. During their match at WrestleMania XX, however, Stratus became a villainess for the first time since her debut by betraying Jericho and siding with Christian. Stratus claimed her reasons for siding with Christian were that he was a “real man”, and Jericho was a “love sick puppy”.[5][12] The duo feuded with Jericho for several months and competed in a 2-on-1 Handicap match at Backlash.[50] The team of Stratus and Christian were joined by “problem solverTyson Tomko the next night on Raw.[51]

Trish Stratus along Molly Holly during a WWE house show in October 2004

Stratus won the WWE Women’s Championship for a fifth time at Bad Blood on June 13.[52] She defended the title until she suffered a legitimate broken hand in July that caused her to be out of action for approximately a month.[53] Upon her return, she continued to defend the title against numerous challengers before losing the championship to Lita on December 6, when both women wrestled in the main event of Raw for the championship.[5] Stratus recaptured the title a month later at New Year’s Revolution, after Lita suffered a legitimate knee injury during the match.[54] Stratus was originally booked to lose the championship back to Lita at WrestleMania 21, but due to Lita’s injury, she wasn’t cleared to wrestle. A new angle was then developed between Stratus and 2004 Raw Diva Search winner Christy Hemme over jealousy of Hemme’s Playboy magazine exposure, with Stratus attacking Hemme and spray painting the word “slut” across her back.[55] Stratus was challenged by Hemme, who later revealed she was being trained by Lita, for a championship match at WrestleMania 21, where Stratus successfully retained her championship.[55] Stratus would then demand a rematch against Hemme the next night on Raw; before the match started, Stratus hit Hemme with the Chick Kick, and re-injured Lita’s knee. The next week, after losing a tag team match, Stratus was chased around the arena by Lita’s storyline husband, Kane, narrowly escaping. The week after, Stratus almost got chokeslammed onto the stage, but Viscera saved her. Stratus would then form a short-lived alliance with Viscera, who was ordered to protect her.

Storyline with Mickie James and retirement (2005–2006)[edit]

Trish Stratus at the 2005 Tribute to the Troops event

In May 2005, Stratus was sidelined with the Women’s Championship after suffering a herniated disc, with the storyline explanation that Viscera had injured her at Backlash after she insulted him for losing to Kane.[5][26] This left the company without a Women’s Champion for four months, as Stratus remained the champion during the time of her injury, thus ignoring the 30 day clause stating that a champion must defend their respective title at least once every 30 days. She returned to Raw on September 12, 2005 as a face by siding with Ashley Massaro against Vince’s Devils (Candice Michelle, Victoria and Torrie Wilson).[56] The feud also involved the debuting Mickie James, who introduced herself as Stratus’ biggest fan.[5] In November, during the Eddie Guerrero Tribute Show, Stratus took part in an inter-promotional Divas battle royal that was won by SmackDown! Diva Melina.[57] The next week, MNM (Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro) kidnapped Stratus for Melina, who challenged a tied up and gagged Stratus to a match for the Women’s Championship.[58] The two fought at Survivor Series, with Stratus defeating Melina.[59][60] Stratus and Mickie James continued teaming together in late 2005, while James became increasingly obsessed with Stratus.[61] On the December 26 episode of Raw, the storyline between Stratus and James developed into a lesbian one, when James initiated an intimate kiss with Stratus under a sprig of mistletoe, causing a surprised Stratus to flee the locker room.[62]

The odd relationship between Stratus and James continued into 2006, with the two Divas competing against each other in a title match at New Year’s Revolution, where Stratus emerged victorious.[63] Despite the defeat, James continued to be enamored of Stratus which made her feel uncomfortable, and on March 6, Stratus confronted James, telling her that she needed space.[64][65] The duo briefly reconciled on the March 18 episode of Saturday Night’s Main Event, teaming together to defeat Candice Michelle and Victoria; however, after the match, James turned on Stratus and attacked her.[66] A match at WrestleMania 22 saw Stratus lose the Women’s Championship to James, ending her 448-day reign.[67] The match, at the time, was widely recognized as one of the best women’s matches in the company. During a rematch at Backlash, Stratus suffered a legitimate dislocated shoulder after taking a bump to the outside of the ring.[68] While she was rehabilitating for six weeks, she continued to appear on-screen.[8][69]

Stratus returned to the ring on June 26, where she had a Women’s Championship match with Mickie James. Stratus would go on to lose the match, thus finally ending their nine-month long storyline. On the same night, she started a romantic angle with Carlito after he saved her from a double team attack by Melina and Johnny Nitro.[70] They competed as a team, and won a mixed tag team match against Melina and Nitro at Saturday Night’s Main Event on July 15.[71] As a couple, Stratus and Carlito briefly feuded with WWE Champion Edge and Lita (who turned heel) after the pair interrupted Stratus’ title match with Mickie James. The two couples competed in several tag team matches, including a six-person tag team match where Edge, Lita and Randy Orton defeated Stratus, Carlito and John Cena after Orton RKO‘d Stratus and Lita followed up with the pin. Stratus’ last match on Raw occurred on September 11, 2006 where she defeated former rival Mickie James.[72][73] In late August, Lita stated that Stratus would retire following the Unforgiven pay-per-view, which was later confirmed by Stratus.[74] At Unforgiven on September 17, in her hometown of Toronto, Stratus won against Lita with fellow Canadian Bret Hart‘s signature submission maneuver, the Sharpshooter.[75][76][77] Her victory earned her a seventh Women’s Championship, the most in WWE history, and she retired as the champion.[78]

Part time appearances and second retirement (2007–2011)[edit]

Trish making her entrance at WrestleMania XXVII in April 2011

Stratus and Lita made a special appearance on December 10, 2007 during Raw’s 15th Anniversary special, attacking Jillian Hall.[79] The following year, Stratus appeared on Raw in Toronto on May 5, in a backstage segment involving Ron Simmons and Trevor Murdoch.[80]

Stratus wrestled her first match in over two years on the December 22, 2008 episode of Raw, when she and John Cena defeated Santino Marella and his former on-screen protégé Beth Phoenix in a mixed tag team match.

On September 14, 2009, Stratus served as the guest hostess of Raw, and participated in a six-person tag team match, teaming with Montel Vontavious Porter and Mark Henry to defeat Phoenix, Chris Jericho, and Big Show.

Stratus made a surprise appearance at the 2011 Elimination Chamber pay-per-view to announce that she would be a trainer on the revival of WWE Tough Enough, and stopped LayCool (Layla & Michelle McCool) from attacking Kelly Kelly. The following month, on March 14, she lost a match to Vickie Guerrero due to interference from LayCool and Dolph Ziggler. After the match, John Morrison and Raw guest star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi came to her aid.[81] At WrestleMania XXVII, Stratus, Snooki, and Morrison defeated the team of Ziggler and LayCool. The night after WrestleMania, on Raw, Stratus and Morrison defeated Guerrero and Ziggler.[82] She also appeared on Raw on June 6 and SmackDown on September 16.

WWE Hall of Famer and Sporadic appearances (2012–present)[edit]

The following year, on July 23, 2012, she made a guest appearance on Raw‘s 1000th episode.

On the January 28, 2013, episode of Raw, Stratus was announced as a WWE Hall of Fame inductee as part of the 2013 class, which made her, at the time, the youngest person to ever be inducted. Stratus chose Stephanie McMahon to induct her into the Hall of Fame in April.[83] That record has been broken by Beth Phoenix, who has been inducted in 2017 at age 36.[84][85]

The following year, Stratus inducted Lita into the WWE Hall of Fame.[86]

On August 16, 2016, Trish Stratus appeared on WWE Network special WWE 24: Women’s Evolution, discussing the history of the women back in her era known as the Attitude Era and Golden Era and also her rivalry with Lita.


Stratus is widely regarded the greatest WWE Women’s Champion of all time and a trailblazer for females in the sport. Trish’s sixth reign as WWE Women’s Champion is the title’s longest reign in the 2000s with 448 days. In 2017, Mickie James referred to Trish as the greatest Women’s Champion of all time. She is also the woman who had the most reigns in WWE history, with eight; seven-times Women’s Champion and one-time Hardcore Champion.[87][88]

She, along with Lita, was the first woman to wrestle in the Raw main event when she unsuccessfully defended the Women’s Championship on December 6, 2004. Two women would not main event Raw again until 12 years later, when Charlotte and Sasha Banks competed in the main event.[89][90] She is also the female wrestler with the most appearances on Raw, and the third overall with 278 appearances.[91]

Trish Stratus is cited as inspiration for several women, such as: Kia Stevens,[92] Natalya, Rosa Mendes,[93] Kelly Kelly,[94] Emma,[95] Taryn Terrell,[96] Shazza McKenzie,[97] Maria Kanellis,[98] Alexa Bliss,[99] Carmella,[100] Deonna Purrazzo,[101] Santana Garrett,[102] Sasha Banks,[103] and Bayley.[104]

Other media[edit]

On June 3, 2006, she hosted the Canada’s Walk of Fame induction ceremony and performed a song and dance number inspired by the soundtrack from the film Chicago at the event.[105][106] During the show, Stratus ad libbed a kiss with fellow Canadian actress Pamela Anderson.[75][105][107]

From late November 2006 to mid-January 2007, Stratus temporarily moved to Muncie, Indiana for the CBS reality show Armed & Famous.[108][109][110] She was given a spot in the series after Paul Heyman had mentioned her name to CBS.[108] The concept was that she was one of five celebrities who trained as volunteer officers with the Muncie Police Department.[111] After finishing her training, Stratus and her real life officer partner were followed around by a camera crew while going on legitimate police calls.[109] Although the show was scheduled to broadcast seven episodes starting on January 10, 2007, CBS canceled the series after just four of the episodes were aired.[108][111][112] After the cancellation of Armed & Famous, Stratus hosted The Second City’s Next Comedy Legend.[108] The contest was similar to the style of America’s Next Top Model, with Stratus portraying the “Tyra Banks” role as contact between the contestants and judges.

Stratus is the host and subject of the show Stratusphere, which debuted in 2008 on the Travel + Escape television channel. The show follows Stratus as she visits different locations around the world to participate in local sports and adventure. Bill Harris wrote that, “Every week, Stratus embarks on a trip in search of exotic locations and daring physical challenges. In the first episode, for example, Stratus is in Kochi, India, where she learns the ancient martial art of kalarippayattu, progressing from fighting with sticks to fighting with metal swords. Through the 10-episode run of Stratusphere, Stratus does everything from reindeer racing in Norway to bungee jumping in Bali. Her athleticism obviously sets Stratusphere apart from most travel shows.”[113] Stratus also guest-starred in the Canadian show Da Kink in My Hair new season, which started on February 12, 2009.[114] In 2009, Stratus became a spokesperson for sports betting website, Sports Interaction.[115]

Stratus starred in the Canadian independent movie, Bail Enforcers, which marked her acting debut. She played a bounty hunter named Jules Taylor, which released on April 19, 2011, premiering at ActionFest 2011.[116] The movie was then released on DVD as “Bounty Hunters”.

Stratus co-starred in the 2015 film, Gridlocked, as the villainous Gina.[117]

Video games[edit]

Stratus has appeared in twenty WWE video games. She made her in-game debut at WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role and appears in WWF No Mercy, WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It, WWE Raw, WWE WrestleMania X8, WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth, WWE WrestleMania XIX, WWE Raw 2, WWE SmackDown Here Comes the Pain, WWE Day of Reckoning, WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw, WWE WrestleMania 21, WWE Day of Reckoning 2, WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2006, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010, WWE 12 (DLC), WWE 13,[118] WWE 2K16 (DLC), WWE 2K17 and WWE 2K18.[119]

Yoga studio[edit]

In 2008, Stratus opened a yoga studio named Stratusphere in the suburbs of Toronto, Ontario.[120] The studio is billed as “Canada’s largest eco-friendly yoga studio”.[121] In 2009, Stratusphere was awarded Top Choice Awards’ Best New Business award, and the following year, Stratus won the award for Business Woman of the Year. The studio won Top Choice Awards’ Best Yoga Studio award in 2013.[122]

Personal life[edit]

Stratigeas is of Greek and Polish descent[123] and is the eldest daughter of John and Alice Stratigeas.[1][15] Her sisters are named Christie and Melissa.[15] Stratigeas married her high school sweetheart and boyfriend of fourteen years, Ron Fisico, on September 30, 2006.[75][108][111] Several WWE Divas were in attendance at the wedding, and her bridal gown was featured on a cover of Today’s Bride magazine.[1][11] Shortly after the wedding, Stratus got the call to be a part of Armed & Famous, so she filmed the show instead of going on her honeymoon. In 2013, Stratigeas announced her pregnancy at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, and her first child, a son named Maximus Stratus Fisico, was born on September 30, 2013.[124][125] Stratigeas is best friends with former wrestler Amy Dumas, a.k.a. “Lita”, even naming Dumas as the godmother to her son. In October 2016, Stratigeas announced on Twitter that she was expecting her second child. On December 6, 2016, Lilian Garcia announced on her podcast that Trish is expecting a baby girl in early 2017. On January 14, 2017, Trish gave birth to baby girl named Madison-Patricia Fisico, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Stratigeas has also been involved with numerous charities such as Ronald McDonald House, Dreams Take Flight, and the Special Olympics.[126] From 2001, she was a spokesperson for the World Natural Sports Association.[4][127] On March 29, 2008, she participated in the Island Triathlon Series as part of a celebrity relay team to help raise money for Dignitas International.[128]


Year Film Role Notes
2011 Bail Enforcers Jules
2015 Gridlocked Gina
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Armed & Famous Herself
The Second City’s Next Comedy Legend Host
2008 Stratusphere Herself Aired on Travel + Escape
2009 Da Kink in My Hair Herself Season 2, Episode 1: “Everything In Its Right Place” [129]

In wrestling[edit]

Stratus performing the Stratusfaction on Victoria
Stratus wrestling Ivory during a WWE Raw show in 2003

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Stratus as WWE Women’s Champion celebrating after wrestling her final match in 2006


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 1979 The Love Boat (TV Series)

A Funny Valentine/The Wallflower/Home is Not a Home (1979) … Dorrie (as Dorrie E. Thomson)
 1977 Switch (TV Series)
Julie Farmer

Fade Out (1977) … Julie Farmer
 1977 Wonder Woman (TV Series)

The Return of Wonder Woman (1977) … Evadne
 1977 Columbo (TV Series)
Miss Eisenback

The Bye-Bye Sky High I.Q. Murder Case (1977) … Miss Eisenback
 1976 Chesty Anderson U.S. Navy
Tina Marlowe
 1976 Baretta (TV Series)

Pay or Die (1976) … Madeline
 1975 Kolchak: The Night Stalker (TV Series)

Legacy of Terror (1975) … Lona
 1974 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)

Designs (1974) … Molly
 1973-1974 Police Story (TV Series)
Peggy Lennon / Liz / Girl

The Hunters (1974) … Peggy Lennon
Death on Credit (1973) … Liz
Requiem for an Informer (1973) … Girl
 1974 Policewomen
 1974 Banacek (TV Series)
Felix’s Young Woman

The Vanishing Chalice (1974) … Felix’s Young Woman
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 1973 The Bobby Darin Show (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (1973) … Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 1975 Kolchak: Demon and the Mummy (TV Movie)
Lona (segment: “Legacy of Terror”) (uncredited)


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Actress (10 credits)
 1980 The Nude Bomb
KAOS Guard
 1979 Gold of the Amazon Women (TV Movie)
 1978 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Claudia Hayes

Charlie’s Cherubs/Stalag 3 (1978) … Claudia Hayes
 1977 Blansky’s Beauties (TV Series)
Lovely Carson

Nancy Breaks a Leg (1977) … Lovely Carson
My Nephew’s Debut (1977) … Lovely Carson
Dear Nancy (1977) … Lovely Carson
To Nancy with Love (1977) … Lovely Carson
Nancy Meets Pa Bates (1977) … Lovely Carson
 1977 Police Woman (TV Series)

Bondage (1977) … Dolores
 1974 Stepsisters
 1974 Storyville
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2009 Death in the Abstract (Short) (acting coach)


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Actress (18 credits)
 1985 The Cracker Brothers (TV Movie)
Cracker Girl
 1975-1982 Happy Days (TV Series)
Paula Petralunga / Roberta

Going Steady (1982) … Paula Petralunga
Fonzie the Flatfoot (1975) … Roberta (as Mindy Naud)
Jailhouse Rock (1975) … Paula Petralunga (uncredited)
Fearless Fonzarelli: Part 1 (1975) … Roberta (as Mindy Naud)
 1982 A Day for Thanks on Walton’s Mountain (TV Movie)
Jane Schuler
 1982 The Dukes of Hazzard (TV Series)
Alabama Jones

The Law and Jesse Duke (1982) … Alabama Jones
 1980 Nightside (TV Movie)
Jane Moody
 1980 Young Maverick (TV Series)
Monica Carstairs

Have I Got a Girl for You (1980) … Monica Carstairs
 1979 Detective School (TV Series)
Maggie Ferguson

The Bank Job (1979) … Maggie Ferguson
Farewell, My Miss Glendale (1979) … Maggie Ferguson
The Killer-Diller Lingerie Caper (1979) … Maggie Ferguson
Masseuse in the Cold, Cold Ground (1979) … Maggie Ferguson
One Word Is Worth a Thousand Pictures (1979) … Maggie Ferguson
 1979 The Love Boat (TV Series)
Maggie Walsh

 1979 Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill (TV Movie)
Joanne Nutter
 1978 Flying High (TV Series)
Essie May

Swan Song for an Ugly Duckling (1978) … Essie May
 1978 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Amber Ainsley / Gail Grayson

Charlie’s Cherubs/Stalag 3 (1978) … Amber Ainsley (as Mindy Naud)
King for a Day/Instant Family (1978) … Gail Grayson
 1978 Sword of Justice (TV Series)

A Double Life (1978) … Alicia
 1977 McMillan & Wife (TV Series)
Nurse Millie

Affair of the Heart (1977) … Nurse Millie (as Melinda Claire Naud)
 1977 Black Sheep Squadron (TV Series)

W*A*S*P*S (1977) … Elsa (as Melinda Claire Naud)
 1977 The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series)

Fires of Hell (1977) … Susie (as Melinda Claire Naud)
 1975 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)

The Fruitfulness of Mrs. Steffie Rhodes (1975) … Receptionist (as Mindy Naud)

Adelaide Kane

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Adelaide Kane

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Adelaide Kane

Kane in September 2013
Born (1990-08-09) 9 August 1990 (age 27)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present
Known for Reign

Adelaide Kane (born 9 August 1990) is an Australian actress. She gained recognition for her roles as Lolly Allen in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, Cora Hale in the third season of MTV‘s Teen Wolf, and Mary, Queen of Scots, in the CW period drama series Reign. In July 2017 she joined the ABC series Once Upon A Time in a recurring role. She first appeared in the Season 7 Premiere, “Hyperion Heights”.

Early life[edit]

Kane was born on 9 August 1990 in Claremont, a suburb in Perth. Her father is Scottish (from Glasgow) and her mother has Scottish, Irish, and French ancestry.[1] She grew up in Perth, Western Australia and attended St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls. She has a brother named William, who is three years younger. Her parents divorced when she was seven, and Adelaide and her brother were raised by their single mother. When she joined the cast of Neighbours, she and her mother moved to Melbourne, Victoria, while her brother and stepfather remained in Perth. She also lived for a short period in New Zealand, while shooting children’s television series Power Rangers RPM.


Kane started performing at the age of 3, starting with dance and then moving to singing and acting. At the age of 6 she started working professionally in some print ads, later moving to TV spots and works in various children’s TV shows. Kane was picked to join the cast of Neighbours as Lolly Allen after she entered a competition run by Dolly magazine in 2006.[2] She was given a three-month contract with the show,[2] and left her class at St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls to move to Melbourne, where Neighbours is produced.[citation needed] Her friends convinced her to enter the competition, but she didn’t think she was actually going to get the role. In December 2006, Kane announced that she would be leaving the show after her contract was not renewed.[3] At the time of the announcement Kane had not yet appeared as Lolly.[4]

Kane in 2014

From March to December 2009, Kane portrayed Tenaya 7 on Power Rangers RPM, part of the long-running Power Rangers franchise. In April 2010 Kane starred in the television film Secrets of the Mountain on NBC.[5] In 2010 Kane also starred in the Hulu series Pretty Tough, composed by 20 episodes and based on the novel by the same name written by Li Tigelaar. In 2010 Kane travelled to attend an audition for Cartoon Network‘s first live action series Unnatural History, for the role of Maggie Winnock. She and Italia Ricci were the actresses selected for the casting; the role later went to Italia.

In 2012, she portrayed Aubrey in the movie Goats. On November 28, 2012 it was announced that Kane had joined the cast of Teen Wolf as Cora Hale.[6]

In February 2013, Kane was cast as Mary, Queen of Scots in the CW period drama series Reign.[7] The same year, she appeared in the successful thriller film The Purge.

In 2014, Kane appeared in horror movie The Devil’s Hand as Ruth. She originally auditioned for Alycia Debnam-Carey‘s role, but producers thought she wasn’t right for the part, so they offered her Ruth who got more along with her personality. Kane starred in Scott Speer‘s short thriller film Realm in 2015,[8] which is set to become a full-length film with a release date in 2016.[9]

In June 2016, Kane stars in the third season of Dragons: Race to the Edge in the role of Mala, Defender of the Wing.

In July 2017, Kane joined the hit ABC series Once Upon A Time in a recurring role for its softly-rebooted seventh season. Kane was one of five actresses to join the series for its new season in starring and recurring roles, following the exits of six key cast members at the end of its sixth season. It was confirmed at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con that Kane will be playing Drizella, one of Cinderella’s wicked stepsisters.


Year Title Role Venue
2000 The Wizard of Oz Munchkin Mayor
2002 Fiddler on the Roof Hodel
2004 Oliver! Soloist
2004 Our Day Out Lead
2005 Anything Goes Chorus



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Neighbours Lolly Allen Main role; 46 Episodes
2009 Power Rangers RPM Tenaya 7 Main role; 32 Episodes
2010 Pretty Tough Charlie Main role; 20 episodes
2010 Secrets of the Mountain Jade Ann James Television film
2013 Teen Wolf Cora Hale Recurring role; 12 episodes
2013–2017 Reign Mary, Queen of Scots Main role; 78 episodes
2015 Whose Line is it Anyway? Herself Episode 11.2
2016–present Dragons: Race to the Edge Queen Mala (voice) Recurring role; 8 Episodes
2017 Can’t Buy My Love Lilly Springer Television film
2017 Once Upon a Time Drizella/Ivy Recurring role; 1 Episode (season 7)


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Love Stinks Girl Short film
2012 Goats Aubrey
2012 Donner Pass Nicole
2013 Purge, TheThe Purge Zoey Sandin
2013 Louder Than Words Stephanie Fareri
2013 Blood Punch Nabiki
2013 Letter Home, AA Letter Home Emily Feldman Short film
2014 The Devil’s Hand Ruth
2015 Realm Claire Daniels Short film
2018 Acquainted Cheri also executive producer

Katharine Isabelle







Katharine Isabelle

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Katharine Isabelle Murray
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Born (1981-11-02) November 2, 1981 (age 35)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress
Years active 1989–present

Katharine Isabelle Murray (born November 2, 1981) is a Canadian actress best known as a scream queen for her roles in various horror films. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, she made her screen debut as a child in Cousins (1989), followed by supporting roles in numerous films and television series. Initially credited as Katie Murray, she later began using the name Katherine Isobel and subsequently Katharine Isabelle. She has starred in the werewolf horror films, Ginger Snaps (2000), its sequel, Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (2004), and Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (2004). Her portrayal of the death-obsessed teen, Ginger Fitzgerald, became one of her most notable roles. Additional roles in horror films include Disturbing Behavior (1998), Carrie (2002), Freddy vs. Jason (2003), 30 Days of Night: Dark Days (2010), and American Mary (2012). For her performance in the horror film, American Mary (2012), she earned several nominations for best actress, including Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, Screamfest Horror Film Festival and Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

Early life[edit]

Katharine Isabelle was born on November 2, 1981 in Vancouver, British Columbia, the daughter of Graeme and Gail Murray. Graeme Murray is an art director and production designer who has won two Emmy Awards for his work on the television series The X-Files, for which he created special effects.[1] Her mother, Gail Murray, is an amateur Vancouver writer and producer. Katharine is the sister of journalist and former child actor Joshua Murray.[2]


Isabelle in 2009

In 1989, Isabelle broke into acting with parts in the films Cousins, Cold Front, and an episode of MacGyver.[3] In 1992, she played the role of Erica Sanderson in Knight Moves. American audiences took notice of her performance as Lindsay Clark in the teen thriller, Disturbing Behavior (1998).[3]

In 2000, Isabelle had the lead role in Ginger Snaps. Its popular sequels in 2004 gave her a cult following among fans of the genre.[3] She also portrayed Tia in Bones (2001), Paige Fleming in Turning Paige (2001), and Tanya Francke in Insomnia (2002), opposite Al Pacino.[3]

Throughout the 2000s, Isabelle appeared in several horror and slasher films, including Freddy vs. Jason (2003), Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (2004), Spooky House (2004), Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (2004), Rampage (2009), and Hard Ride to Hell (2010).

Isabelle also appeared in several independent films, including Falling Angels (2003), On the Corner (2003), The Last Casino (2004), Everything’s Gone Green (2006), the short film Favourite People List (2009), and Frankie and Alice (2010).

In 2012, Isabelle starred in the popular horror film American Mary, which earned her special mention at the Austin Fantastic Fest, Festival Trophy Award for Best Actress, Special Award for Best Actress, Fright Meter Award for Best Actress, and Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Leading Actress. More recently she has appeared in 13 Eerie (2013), Torment (2013), and Laurence & Holloman (2013) which earned her a Leo Award nomination for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture. In 2014, she starred in See No Evil 2.

Isabelle has appeared in numerous television series throughout her career, including The X-Files (1998), Da Vinci’s Inquest (1998), Smallville (2003), and Supernatural (2007).[3]

In 2008, Isabelle received the Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for her role in the critically acclaimed The Englishman’s Boy.[3][4]

She portrayed Margot Verger in the second and third seasons of the NBC TV series Hannibal (2014–15). In 2015, Isabelle starred in the thriller film 88 and the horror film The Girl in the Photographs. That year she starred in the indie film How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town alongside Jewel Staite, Lauren Lee Smith, and Ennis Esmer.



Year Title Role Notes
1989 Cousins Chloe Hardy
1989 Cold Front Katie McKenzie
1989 Last Winter, TheThe Last Winter Winnie Jamison
1989 Immediate Family Birthday Girl Carrie
1992 Knight Moves Erica Sanderson
1996 Salt Water Moose Josephine “Jo” Parnell
1998 Disturbing Behavior Lindsay Clark
2000 Snow Day Marla
2000 Ginger Snaps Ginger Fitzgerald
2001 Shot in the Face, AA Shot in the Face Erin
2001 Josie and the Pussycats Laughing Girl
2001 Bones Tia
2001 Turning Paige Paige Fleming
2002 Insomnia Tanya Francke
2003 Freddy vs. Jason Gibb Smith
2003 Falling Angels Lou Field
2003 On the Corner Stacey Lee
2004 The Last Casino Elyse
2004 Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed Ginger Fitzgerald
2004 Spooky House Mona
2004 Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning Ginger Fitzgerald
2004 Show Me Jenna
2006 Everything’s Gone Green Heather
2008 Another Cinderella Story Bree Blatt Direct-to-video
2009 Favourite People List Denise Moynahan Short film
2009 Rampage Beauty Staff #2
2010 Frankie & Alice Paige
2010 Hard Ride to Hell Kerry Direct-to-video
2010 30 Days of Night: Dark Days Stacey Direct-to-video
2012 American Mary Mary Mason
2012 The Movie Out Here Danielle
2013 13 Eerie Megan
2013 Torment Sarah
2013 Lawrence & Holloman Zooey
2014 See No Evil 2 Tamara Direct-to-video
2015 88 Gwen/Flamingo
2015 The Girl in the Photographs Janet
2015 How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town Alice Solomon
2016 Countdown Julia Baker Direct-to-video


Year Title Role Notes
1989 MacGyver Violet Episode: “The Madonna”
1990 Last Train Home Sarah Bradshaw Television movie
1990 Neon Rider Maxine ‘Max’ Forrest Episode: “Running Man”
1990 Burning Bridges Emily Morgan Television movie
1991 Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus Virginia O’Hanlon Television movie
1992 Ray Bradbury Theater, TheThe Ray Bradbury Theater Mink Episode: “Zero Hour”
1995 Children of the Dust Young Rachel Television miniseries
1995 Lonesome Dove: The Series Francis Maitland Episode: “Rebellion”
1996 Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. Fiona Television movie
1996 Goosebumps Kat Merton Episode: “It Came from Beneath the Sink”
1996 Titanic Ophelia Jack Television miniseries
1997 Madison Allysia Long 4 episodes
1997 Married to a Stranger Lacey Potter Television movie
1998 X-Files, TheThe X-Files Lisa Baiocchi Episode: “Schizogeny
1998 Voyage of Terror Aly Tauber Television movie
1998 Da Vinci’s Inquest Audrey Episodes: “Little Sister: Part 2”, “Little Sister: Part 3”
1998 First Wave Elizabeth Episode: “Book of Shadows”
1999 First Wave Denise Episode: “The Channel”
1999 Da Vinci’s Inquest Madeline Marquetti Episodes: “A Cinderella Story: Parts 1 & 2”
1999 Net, TheThe Net Malika Episode: “In Dreams”
2000 Fearing Mind, TheThe Fearing Mind Josie Hogan Episode: “Good Harvest”
2001 Immortal, TheThe Immortal Taurez Episode: “Wired”
2001 Chris Isaak Show, TheThe Chris Isaak Show Melissa Episode: “Smackdown”
2001 Night Visions Vicki Episode: “Rest Stop”
2002 Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits Tammy Sinclair Episode: “Dark Child
2002 Mentors Anne Sullivan Episode: “Breakthrough”
2002 Due East Reba Television movie
2002 Secret Life of Zoey, TheThe Secret Life of Zoey Kayla Television movie
2002 John Doe Shayne Pickford Episode: “Blood Lines”
2002 Carrie Tina Blake Television movie
2003 Smallville Sara Conroy Episode: “Slumber”
2004 Eleventh Hour, TheThe Eleventh Hour Petrel Episode: “Stormy Peterel”
2004 Last Casino, TheThe Last Casino Elyse Television movie
2004 Life, TheThe Life Amber Reilly Television movie
2004 Earthsea Yarrow Television movie
2005 Young Blades Celeste La Rue Episode: “To Heir is Human”
2006 Stargate SG-1 Valencia Episode: “Camelot”
2006 Eight Days To Live Lucinda Television movie
2006 Engaged to Kill Maddy Lord Television movie
2006 Reunion Courtney Episode: “1998”
2006 Rapid Fire Amber Television movie
2007 Supernatural Ava Wilson Episodes: “Hunted“, “All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 1
2008 Psych Sigrid Episode: “Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion”
2008 Ogre Jessica Television movie
2008 Englishman’s Boy, TheThe Englishman’s Boy Norma Carlyle Television miniseries
2008 Sanctuary Sophie Episode: “Nubbins”
2008 Mail Order Bride Jen Television movie
2009 Heartland Mindy Fanshaw Episode: “Starstruck!”
2009 L Word, TheThe L Word Marci Salvatore Episode: “Leaving Los Angeles”
2009 Killer Hair Cherise Television movie
2009 Hostile Makeover Cherise Smithsonian Television movie
2009 Assistants, TheThe Assistants Paulette Reubin Episode: “The Bully”
2009 Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife Cindy Lewis Episode: “Pilot”
2009 Beyond Sherwood Forest Alina Television movie
2010 Sins of the Mother Ivy Television movie
2010 Smoke Screen Wife Television movie
2011 Health Nutz Jennifer Episodes: “The Local Hero”, “The Sponsor”
2011 Endgame Danni Main role, 13 episodes
2012 Flashpoint Madelyn “Maddie” Episode “Run To Me”
2012 Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts Lucy Truffaut Television movie
2013–14 Being Human Susanna Waite TV series
2013 Motive Liane Healey Episode: “Pushover”
2013 Eve of Destruction Calla Television miniseries
2013 Cedar Cove Cecilia Rendall Episode: “Pilot”
2014 Psych Priscilla Morganstern Episode: “Cloudy with a Chance of Improvement”
2014–15 Hannibal Margot Verger TV series
2015 Rookie Blue Detective Frankie Anderson TV series
2017 Rosewood Naomi Episode: “Puffer Fish & Personal History”
2017 The Arrangement Hope Recurring role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2008 Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series The Englishman’s Boy Won [3][4]
2012 Fantastic Fest Special Mention in Horror Features American Mary Won
2012 Screamfest Horror Film Festival Festival Trophy Award for Best Actress American Mary Won
2012 Toronto After Dark Film Festival Special Award for Best Actress American Mary Won
2012 Fright Meter Award Best Actress American Mary Won
2012 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Leading Actress American Mary Won
2013 Leo Awards Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture Lawrence & Holloman Nominated
2013 Leo Awards Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series Motive Won

Anne Consigny

Anne Consigny

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Consigny at the 42nd César Awards nominees luncheon in 2017
Born (1963-05-25) 25 May 1963 (age 54)
Alençon, Orne, France[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1981–present

Anne Consigny (born 25 May 1963) is a French actress who has been active since 1981. She received a César Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in the film Not Here to Be Loved (2005). She is also known for her role as Claude in the 2007 drama The Diving Bell and the Butterfly and as Elizabeth in the 2008 film A Christmas Tale, for which she was nominated for the César Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Personal life[edit]

She is the daughter of Pierre Consigny,[1] who was the head of cabinet for the Prime Minister Maurice Couve de Murville. She has five siblings. One of her brothers is the writer and publicist Thierry Consigny, author of La Mort de Lara.[2]

She has two sons with French film director and former partner Benoît Jacquot; Vladimir Consigny, an actor, and Louis, born in 1994. She is married to art critic Éric de Chassey.


Year Title Role Notes
1981 Yume, yume no ato Yuki
1981 Ursule Mirouët Ursule Mirouët Telefilm
1982 La Cerisaie Ania Telefilm
1983 Bel-Ami Suzanne TV series
1984 Allô Béatrice Agnès TV series
1985 The Satin Slipper Marie des Sept-Épées
1986 L’Ami Maupassant Berthe TV series
1986 La Chambre des dames Agnès TV series
1988 La Belle Anglaise Michelle TV series
1988 Alice
1995 La Place Royale Angélique Telefilm
2002 Une famille formidable Éléonore TV series
2003 Playing ‘In the Company of Men’ Thérèse Jurrieu
2003 Le Bison Attorney
2003 Hôtel des deux mondes Laura Telefilm
2004 36 Quai des Orfèvres Hélène Klein
2004 The Light Camille
2005 Not Here to Be Loved[3] Françoise Nominated—César Award for Best Actress
2006 Aller simple Carole Telefilm
2006 On va s’aimer Mathilde
2006 Du jour au lendemain Caroline
2006 L’État de Grace Grace Bellanger
2007 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly[4] Claude
2007 Anna M. Marie Zanevsky
2008 Béthune sur le Nil Lucette Vaillant TV series
2008 Largo Winch Hannah
2008 Mesrine Mesrine’s lawyer
2008 A Christmas Tale[5][6] Elizabeth Dédalus Nominated—César Award for Best Supporting Actress
2008 The Great Alibi Claire Collier
2008 Coupable Blanche
2008 Les Vœux (Histoire de Colbrune et Bjorn) Short film
2009 Rapt Françoise Graff Nominated—César Award for Best Supporting Actress
2009 One for the Road Agnès
2009 Bambou Anne Chevalier
2009 Angel at Sea Mother
2009 Wild Grass Suzanne
2009 La Première Étoile Suzy
2009 John Rabe Valérie Dupres
2011 E-Love Paule Zachmann Telefilm
2011 Les Beaux Mecs Claire TV series
2011 De force Danielle Canetti
2012-2015 Les Revenants Claire Séguret TV series
2012 You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet Eurydice #2
2012 What the Day Owes the Night Madeleine
2013 Sous le figuier Nathalie
2013 Swim Little Fish Swim Françoise de Castillon
2013 12 ans d’âge Dany
2014 96 hours Françoise Carré
2014 Three Hearts The cardiologist Uncredited
2016 History’s Future Caroline
2016 Diabolique Isabelle de Lassay Telefilm
2016 7 Minutes Madame Rochette
2016 Elle Anna Nominated—César Award for Best Supporting Actress
 2017 Les petits meurtres d’Agatha Christie (TV Series)
Blanche Dulac

Le miroir se brisa (2017) … Blanche Dulac
 2016 7 Minutes
Mme. Rochette


Lauren Lee Smith was born on June 19, 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She is an actress and producer, known for Trick ‘r Treat (2007), The Listener (2009) and Mutant X (2001). She has been married to Erik Lee Steingröver since April 4, 2009.

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Actress (53 credits)
 2017 Frankie Drake Mysteries (TV Series) (filming)
Frankie Drake

Episode #1.11 (2017) … Frankie Drake
Episode #1.10 (2017) … Frankie Drake
Episode #1.9 (2017) … Frankie Drake
Episode #1.8 (2017) … Frankie Drake
Episode #1.7 (2017) … Frankie Drake
 2017 The Shape of Water
Elaine Strickland
 2015-2016 This Life (TV Series)
Maggie Lawson

Choose Life (2016) … Maggie Lawson
Well Fought, My Love (2016) … Maggie Lawson
Destruction as Creation (2016) … Maggie Lawson
Joyride (2016) … Maggie Lawson
Intervention (2016) … Maggie Lawson
 2015 How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town
Heather Mitchell
 2015 Business Ethics (Short)
 2014 Ascension (TV Mini-Series)
Samantha Krueger

 2014 Saving Hope (TV Series)
Astrid Ray

The Other Side of Midnight (2014) … Astrid Ray
 2014 If I Stay
 2014 They Wore Pink (Short)
 2014 Murdoch Mysteries (TV Series)
Elva Gordon

Journey to the Centre of Toronto (2014) … Elva Gordon
 2013 Hunting Season
Samantha Davis
 2013 Cinemanovels
 2012 Ring of Fire (TV Mini-Series)
Emily Booth

Night 2 (2012) … Emily Booth
Night 1 (2012) … Emily Booth
 2012 Good God (TV Series)

One Station Under God (2012) … Claire (uncredited)
 2011 Good Dog (TV Series)

Prius (2011) … Claire
Party Socks (2011) … Claire
Death by Cliche (2011) … Claire
 2011 Hindenburg: The Last Flight (TV Series)
Jennifer van Zandt
 2010 Psych (TV Series)

 2009 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation – Deadly Intent (Video Game)
Riley Adams (voice)
 2009 Anatomy of Hope (TV Movie)
Cynthia Morgan
 2009 Can Openers (TV Movie)
 2008 An American Carol
Voice of Reason (as Lauren Smith)
 2007 Late Fragment
 2007 Normal
 2006-2007 Intelligence (TV Series)

Down But Not Out (2007) … Tina
Not a Nice Boy! (2007) … Tina
Things Change (2006) … Tina
Cleaning Up (2006) … Tina
Clean and Simple (2006) … Tina
 2007 Dragon Boys (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (2007) … Kath
Episode #1.1 (2007) … Kath
 2006/II One Way
Angelina Sable
 2006 The Last Kiss
 2006 Blade: The Series (TV Series)

Hunters (2006) … Bethany
 2006 Art School Confidential
Beat Girl
 2005 Lie with Me
 2004 The Dead Zone (TV Series)
Bonnie Gibson

Total Awareness (2004) … Bonnie Gibson
 2004 The Survivors Club (TV Movie)
Meg Pesaturo
 2004 The Reality of Love (TV Movie)
 2003 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)

Sunrise (2003) … Eve
 2001-2003 Mutant X (TV Series)
Emma DeLauro

Reawakening (2003) … Emma DeLauro
Inferno (2003) … Emma DeLauro
 2001 The Wedding Dress (TV Movie)
Hannah Pinkham
 2000 Homewood P.I. (TV Series)
 2000 2gether: The Series (TV Series)
Erin Evans

Dumped (2000) … Erin Evans
Awesomeness (2000) … Erin Evans
Dead (2000) … Erin Evans
Boss (2000) … Erin Evans
Waxed (2000) … Erin Evans
 2000 Dark Angel (TV Series)

Pilot (2000) … Natalie (as Lauren Smith)
 2000 Get Carter
Girl #2 (as Lauren Smith)
 2000 2gether (TV Movie)
Erin Evans (as Lauren Smith)