GIOVANNA MEZZOGIORNO

Giovanna Mezzogiorno was born on November 9, 1974 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. She is an actress and producer, known for Vincere (2009), Facing Windows (2003) and The Last Kiss (2001). She has been married to Alessio Federico Fugolo since October 24, 2009. They have two children.
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Actress (35 credits)
 2013 Vinodentro
Adele
 2010 Basilicata Coast to Coast
Tropea Limongi
 2009 The Front Line
Susanna Ronconi
 2008 Sono viva
Stefania
 2008 Palermo Shooting
Flavia
 2008 L’amore non basta
Martina
 2008 Lotta (Short)
 2007 Les murs porteurs
Manou
 2007 Night Bus
Leila
 2007 Flying Lessons
Chiara Della Notte
 2006 AD Project (Video)
Gaia
 2005 Don’t Tell
Sabina
 2004 Stai con me
Chiara
 2004 Last Chance Saloon
Kathy
 2004 L’amore ritorna
Lena
 2003 Entrusted (TV Movie)
Maria von Gall
 2003 Facing Windows
Giovanna
 2001 Malefemmene
Francesca
 2001 Nobel
Eleonora
 2001 All There Is to Know
Giovanna
 2001 The Last Kiss
Giulia
 2000 Les Misérables (TV Mini-Series)
Soeur Simplice

Quatrième épisode (2000) … Soeur Simplice (credit only)
Troisième épisode (2000) … Soeur Simplice (credit only)
 1999 Asini
Anna
 1999 Un uomo perbene
Silvia Tortora
 1998 Più leggero non basta (TV Movie)
Elena
 1998 Del perduto amore
Liliana
 1997 The Bride’s Journey
Porzia Colonna
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VIOLANTE PLACIDO

Italian actress/singer/songwriter Violante Placido was born in Rome. She made her on-screen debut in Quattro bravi ragazzi (1993) alongside her father Michele Placido. In 1996 she starred in Jack Frusciante è uscito dal gruppo (1996) which became quite successful in Italy. Her first major role was in Sergio Rubini‘s Soul Mate (2002)
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Actress (41 credits)
 2017/IV Sweetheart (Short)
Marilyn
 2017 Alice non lo sa
Alice
 2016 7 Minutes
Marianna
 2016/II Stella (Short)
Sous Chef
 2015 Questo è il mio paese (TV Mini-Series)
Anna Pozzo

Episode #1.6 (2015) … Anna Pozzo
Episode #1.5 (2015) … Anna Pozzo
Episode #1.4 (2015) … Anna Pozzo
Episode #1.3 (2015) … Anna Pozzo
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Anna Pozzo
 2014 Transporter: The Series (TV Series)
Caterina Boldieu

End Game (2014) … Caterina Boldieu
Sixteen Hands (2014) … Caterina Boldieu (credit only)
Trust (2014) … Caterina Boldieu
Euphro (2014) … Caterina Boldieu
Chimera (2014) … Caterina Boldieu
 2012 The Lookout
Anna
 2009 Moana (TV Movie)
Moana
 2009 Barah Aana
Kate
 2009 Sleepless
Anna
 2008 Donne assassine (TV Series)
Marta

Marta (2008) … Marta
 2008 Una madre (TV Movie)
Maria
 2008 La luna nel deserto (Short)
Desdemona (voice)
 2007 Lezioni di cioccolato
Cecilia Ferri
 2007 War and Peace (TV Mini-Series)
Helene Kuragin

 2007 A Dinner for Them to Meet
Betty Lanza
 2006 Fade to Black
Stella
 2006 The Mona Lisa Mystery (TV Movie)
Aurore
 2005 A Cursed Monarchy (TV Mini-Series)

Le Roi de Fer (2005)
 2005 Karol: A Man Who Became Pope (TV Movie)
Maria Pomorska
 2004 Ruins
July
 2004 Another Life
Elena
 2004 Che ne sarà di noi
Carmen
 2003 Gli indesiderabili
Agneska
 2003 Now or Never
Viola
 2003 Sospetti 2 (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.3 (2003)
Episode #1.2 (2003)
Episode #1.1 (2003)
 2002 Ginostra
Nurse
 2002 Soul Mate
Maddalena
 2002 Ciao America
Paola Angelini
 2002 Les amants de Mogador
Hélène
 2001 Casa famiglia (TV Series)
 2000 A Deadly Compromise
Caterina
 1997 Farfalle
 1996 Vite strozzate
Laura
 1993 Quattro bravi ragazzi
Valeria

MAISA ABD ELHADI

Maisa Abd Elhadi was born on November 15, 1985 in Nazareth, Israel. She is an actress, known for Personal Affairs (2016), The Worthy (2016) and Dégradé (2015).
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Actress (25 credits)
 2018/I The Angel (post-production)
Mona Marwan
 2017 Tel Aviv on Fire (filming)
Mariam
 2017 The State (TV Mini-Series)
Ibtisam / Ibtasam

Episode #1.4 (2017) … Ibtisam
Episode #1.3 (2017) … Ibtasam
 2014-2017 Temporarily Dead (TV Series)
Asma Al-Halil

Episode #2.1 (2017)
Episode #1.3 (2014)
Episode #1.2 (2014)
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Asma Al-Halil
 2016 The Worthy
Gulbin
 2016 Junction 48
Lawyer
 2015 3000 Nights
Layal Asfour
 2015 The Idol
Hiba
 2015 Lechudim Betoch HaReshet (TV Series)
Suha

Episode #1.3 (2015) … Suha
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Suha
Episode #1.1 (2015) … Suha
 2015 Dégradé
Wedad
 2014-2015 Mermaids (TV Series)
Rania

Whale on the Beach (2015) … Rania
Pressure Chamber (2015) … Rania
Freediving (2015) … Rania
Costume Party (2015) … Rania
The Third Man (2015) … Rania
 2014 Invisibles
Miriam
 2014 Eyes of a Thief
Houda
 2014 The Warren (Short)
Badra
 2013 Shnot HaShmonim (TV Series)
Yasmin Khoury

Sipur Ahava Bilti Nishkach (2013) … Yasmin Khoury (as Meisa Abed)
 2012 Wherever You Go (Short)
 2012 Sharqiya
Nadia (as Misa Abd el-Hadi)
 2012 Minimum Wage (TV Series)
Nur

Episode #1.2 (2012) … Nur
Episode #1.1 (2012) … Nur
 2011 Downtown Precinct (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (2011) … (as Maisa Abed Elhadi)
 2010 Man Without a Cell Phone
Suha (as Maysa Abd Elhadi)
 2009 The Time that Remains
Woman in West Bank taxi

Samar Qupty

Samar Qupty was born on November 2, 1989 in Nazareth, Israel. She is an actress, known for Junction 48 (2016), In Between (2016) and Kidon (2013).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2017 Azimuth
Smira
 2017 Mermaids (TV Series)
Salima

Episode #2.9 (2017) … Salima
Episode #2.8 (2017) … Salima
Episode #2.4 (2017) … Salima
 2016 Combat Medics (TV Series)
Amira

It Will Be Okay (2016) … Amira
Putin’s Brother (2016) … Amira
Pilot: Part 1 (2016) … Amira
 2016 In Between
Rafif
 2016 Junction 48
Manar
 2013 Kidon
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 2016 Junction 48 (performer: “Yaba, Salam La Ard Ajdadi (Father, Peace Upon My Ancestors’ Land)”, “Ya Reit (If Only)”, “Tragoudi Ton Gifton”)

Mouna Hawa

Mouna Hawa was born on February 23, 1989 in Haifa, Israel. She is an actress, known for In Between (2016), Zaytoun (2012) and Who Gave You a License? (2014).
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Actress (5 credits)
 2016 In Between
Leila Bakhr
 2015 Fauda (TV Series)
Amal Hamed

Episode #1.3 (2015) … Amal Hamed (as Mona Hava)
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Amal Hamed (as Mona Hava)
Episode #1.1 (2015) … Amal Hamed (as Mona Hava)
 2014 Temporarily Dead (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2014) … (as Mona Hava)
 2014 Who Gave You a License? (TV Series)
Hanin

Episode #1.1 (2014) … Hanin (as Mona Hava)
 2012 Zaytoun
Bride
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2017 Hayom BaLayla (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #2.12 (2017) … Herself – Guest

SICILY JOHNSON

Sicily (actress)

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Sicily Johnson
Born Sicily Sewell
(1985-10-01) October 1, 1985 (age 32)
Pontiac, Michigan,  United States
Other names Sicily
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s) Chris Johnson (2006–present) 2 children

Sicily Sewell (born October 1, 1985) is an American actress. She is sometimes credited in film or television as simply with a mononym Sicily.

She made her television appearance on an Emmy Award-winning episode of Sesame Street when she was eight years old.

She played “Young Aisha” in a two-part episode of Season 2 of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers called “”Rangers Back In Time”” prior to the season 2 finale, as well as in the 10 part mini series Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers. She also appeared in archive footage (also as Young Aisha) in the season following MMAR, Power Rangers Zeo.

She starred as young Diana in the hit miniseries, Mama Flora’s Family in 1998, and as Angela Bassett‘s niece in the film How Stella Got Her Groove Back.

For 4 seasons, Sewell portrayed Spirit Jones, the best friend of Breanna Barnes (played by Kyla Pratt) in the sitcom One on One. Citing a decision by UPN to move in a different direction for the fifth season, Sicily was let go from One on One on June 20, 2005. This change came at a time when she was only nine episodes away from syndication.

Sewell also appeared in the Lifetime original movie Fighting the Odds: The Marilyn Gambrell Story alongside Ernie Hudson, Edwin Hodge and Jami Gertz in August 2005.

Personal life[edit]

Sewell married drummer Christopher Johnson on May 17, 2006. The couple have two daughters named Madison Sierra Johnson (born November 17, 2007) and Marlee Johnson born (approx. December 12, 2011).

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1998 Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror Chloe
How Stella Got Her Groove Back Chantel
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1995–1996 Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Young Aisha 7 episodes
1998 Mama Flora’s Family Teenage Diana Television Movie
2001–2005 One on One Spirit Jones 91 episodes
2004 The Proud Family Teen Cece 1 episode
2005 Fighting the Odds: The Marilyn Gambrell Story Lisa Jones Television Movie
2007 Super Sweet 16: The Movie Chloe Spears Television Movie
Actress (9 credits)
 2007 Super Sweet 16: The Movie (TV Movie)
Chloe Spears (as Sicily)
 2005 Fighting the Odds: The Marilyn Gambrell Story (TV Movie)
Lisa Jones (as Sicily Sewell)
 2001-2005 One on One (TV Series)
Spirit Jones

The Graduates (2005) … Spirit Jones (as Sicily)
Cap and Frown (2005) … Spirit Jones (as Sicily)
Save the First Dance (2005) … Spirit Jones (as Sicily)
Glug, Glug (2005) … Spirit Jones (as Sicily)
Accidental Love: Part 2 (2005) … Spirit Jones (as Sicily)
 2004 The Proud Family (TV Series)
Teen Cece

Twins to Tweens (2004) … Teen Cece (voice, as Sicily)
 1998 How Stella Got Her Groove Back
Chantel (as Sicily)
 1998 Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror (Video)
Chloe (as Sicily)
 1998 Mama Flora’s Family (TV Mini-Series)
Diana (Teenager)

Episode #1.2 (1998) … Diana (Teenager) (as Sicily)
Episode #1.1 (1998) … Diana (Teenager) (as Sicily)
 1996 Power Rangers Zeo: Zeo Quest (Video)
Young Aisha (as Sicily)
 1995-1996 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (TV Series)
Young Aisha

Hogday Afternoon: Part II (1996) … Young Aisha (as Sicily)
Sowing the Seas of Evil (1996) … Young Aisha (as Sicily, credit only)
Water You Thinking? (1996) … Young Aisha (as Sicily)
Climb Every Fountain (1996) … Young Aisha (as Sicily)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 1996 Power Rangers Zeo (TV Series)
Young Aisha

Rangers of Two Worlds: Part II (1996) … Young Aisha (as Sicily)

VIVIANE CHANTEL

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Actress (9 credits)
 1990 Dilemma
Moeder Vincke
 1975 Le renard à l’anneau d’or (TV Series)
Mme Bontemps
 1970 Musique s’il vous plaît (TV Series)
Performer

Episode dated 26 May 1970 (1970) … Performer
 1970 Rider on the Rain (uncredited)
 1960 Purple Noon
The Belgian lady
 1947 Le cocu magnifique
Cornélie
 1945 Barak 1
 1944 Soldats sans uniforme
Le modèle
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 1962 Just for Fun (TV Movie)
Herself
 1960 Dans ma rue (TV Movie)
Herself

Chantal Janzen

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Chantal Janzen

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Chantal Janzen
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Chantal Janzen (2016)
Born (1979-02-15) 15 February 1979 (age 38)
Netherlands Tegelen, Netherlands
Occupation Actress, singer, presenter
Years active 2002-

Chantal Janzen (born 15 February 1979 in Tegelen) is a Dutch actress, musical star and presenter. She had parts in The Preacher, Full Moon Party and Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo and presented Idols. She also played Belle in the Dutch Musical version of Beauty and the Beast and Jane in the Dutch Musical version of Tarzan. She also sang a song against cancer, called “Vecht Mee” (English: Fight With Us) with Dutch rapper Yes-R. From late 2011, she stars as Glinda in the Dutch premiere production of Wicked.

Life and career[edit]

Janzen was born in Tegelen. She studied at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten. She was taught in classical-, modern-, jazz- and tapdance, acting, singing and musical repertoire. She played in several musicals, including Crazy For You, Kunt u mij de weg naar Hamelen vertellen, mijnheer?, Saturday Night Fever, 42nd Street, Beauty and the Beast, Tarzan and the current production of Petticoat.

She played several guest roles in TV shows like Baantjer, Intensive Care, De Band, Meiden van De Wit and Kinderen Geen Bezwaar. She also hosted Staatsloterij Live and the Dutch version of Popidol, Idols. Janzen played several parts in movies: De Dominee, Feestje, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, Volle Maan, Alles is Liefde, Kicks and the made-for-TV film Loverboy. In December 2002 her single “Achter De Sterren”, the title song from the movie Science Fiction was released.

Janzen won the John Kraaijkamp Musical Award in 2002 for Upcoming Talent for her lead in Saturday Night Fever. She also won a musical award in 2005 for Best actress in a supporting role for the musical Crazy For You. She got nominated for Best female lead in 2006 as Belle in Beauty and the Beast and in 2007 she got nominated for the same prize for her role as Jane in the musical Tarzan. Because of her pregnancy she had to temporarily leave her part in the musical Tarzan from September 2008 through April 2009. She was replaced by Bente van den Brand. After Tarzan she played a part in the Disney Musical Sing-Along.[1] In 2010 Janzen can be seen in the musical Petticoat. It’s an original Dutch musical, written especially for her. After her role in Petticoat she will go on to play in the Dutch rendition of the Broadway musical Wicked.[2]

In 2011 Janzen ended her contract with the Dutch TV channel AVRO and signed a contract with RTL. According to her, hosting the Award shows she had been hosting at the AVRO for the fourth year in a row, would make her performance look cheap. She was enthused by the idea of experiencing other things. “[3]

Musicals[edit]

Musical
Year Musical Role Notes
2000-2001 42nd Street Lorraine Fleming / Understudy Peggy Sawyer
2001-2003 Saturday Night Fever Stephanie Mangano John Kraaijkamp Musical Award 2002 for new talent
2003-2004 Kunt u mij de weg naar Hamelen vertellen, mijnheer? Lidwientje Walg
2004-2005 Crazy For You Patsy / 1st understudy Polly Baker Musical Award for best supporting actress
2005-2007 Beauty and the Beast Belle
2007-2009 Tarzan Jane
October 2010-31 July 2011 Petticoat! Patricia “Pattie” Jagersma
26 October 2011- 29 July 2012 Wicked Glinda
2012-2015 Hij Gelooft in Mij Rachel Hazes

Personal[edit]

Janzen is in a relationship with Marco Geeratz, who has three kids from a prior relationship.[1] On January 23, 2009 she gave birth to her son James. On December 15, 2014 the couple were married in London

Actress (24 credits)
 2017 Het Verlangen
Brigitte Hooijmakers
 2012-2016 Divorce (TV Series)
Sophie Schaeffer

Griekenland (2016) … Sophie Schaeffer (credit only)
Tweede poging (2016) … Sophie Schaeffer
Slachten (2016) … Sophie Schaeffer
Geklaarde boter (2016) … Sophie Schaeffer
Schimmige ontmoetingen (2016) … Sophie Schaeffer
 2014 Pak van mijn hart
Julia
 2013 Soof
Bob
 2012 Goede tijden, slechte tijden (TV Series)
Glinda

Aflevering 4520 (2012) … Glinda
 2011 De jongens tegen de meisjes (TV Series)
Haarzelf – Presentatrice
 2010 Het geheim
Laura Stikker
 2009 The Hell of ’63
Dieuwke
 2007 Love Is All
Sarah
 2007 Kicks
Denise
 2005 Samen (TV Series)
Iris

Episode #1.15 (2005) … Iris
Episode #1.14 (2005) … Iris
Episode #1.13 (2005) … Iris
Episode #1.12 (2005) … Iris
Episode #1.11 (2005) … Iris
 2005 Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo
Scandinavian Porn Star
 2005 Meiden van de Wit (TV Series)
Wendy

Het einde van het begin (2005) … Wendy
Storm in een glas melk (2005) … Wendy
De baby en de bakfiets (2005) … Wendy
No Milk Today (2005) … Wendy
 2004 The Preacher
Annet
 2004 Love Trap
Talita
 2004 Fighting Fish
Jennifer
 2003 Pista! (TV Movie)
Heidi
 2003 De band (TV Series)
Inge

Alles wordt anders (2003) … Inge
 2003 Baantjer (TV Series)
Julia Hendrikx

De Cock en de moord op de diva (2003) … Julia Hendrikx
 2003 Loverboy (TV Movie)
Claudia
 2002 Intensive Care (TV Series)
Esther Goud

Reykjavic (2002) … Esther Goud
 2002 Volle maan
Andrea

NOA BARKAI

Noa Barkai was born on December 17, 1972 in Israel. She is an actress, known for The Bubble (2006), Dead End (2006) and Water Wells (2010).
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Actress (13 credits)
 2015-2016 Hazoref (TV Mini-Series)

Chapter VII (2016)
Chapter VI (2016)
Chapter IV (2015)
Chapter V (2015)
Chapter III (2015)
 2015 The Fine Line (Short)
Esti
 2013/I Under the Same Sun
Ana
 2012 Eagles
Dina
 2010 The Flood
Eti
 2010 Eva Is Leaving (Short)
Eva
 2010 Water Wells (Short)
Lea
 2008 Migdalim Ba’avir (TV Series)
Roni

Episode #1.1 (2008) … Roni
 2008 Ta’ase Li Yeled (TV Mini-Series)
Daria

It Will End (2008) … Daria
Tell Me More (2008) … Daria
Days Became Nights (2008) … Daria
Grateful (2008) … Daria
This Is Me (2008) … Daria
 2008 Parashat Ha-Shavua (TV Series)
Nira

Trumah (2008) … Nira
 2007 Walk the Dog (TV Mini-Series)
Ariela

Episode #1.3 (2007) … Ariela
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Ariela
Episode #1.1 (2007) … Ariela
 2006/II Dead End
Yael
 2006 The Bubble
Ella
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 2013 The Women Pioneers (Documentary) (voice)

YAEL EITAN

Yael Eitan was born on November 12, 1983 in Netanya, Israel. She is an actress, known for Dig (2015), Prisoners of War (2009) and Babysitter (2016).
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Actress (7 credits)
 2016 Babysitter (Short)
Shirly
 2015 La Familia (TV Series)
Sharon

Episode #1.1 (2015) … Sharon
 2015 Dig (TV Series)
Liat / Liat, Consular Dept.

Catch You Later (2015) … Liat
 2009-2012 Prisoners of War (TV Series)
Dana

Moto Shel Sochen (2012) … Dana
Hatufim (2012) … Dana
Nohal Hannibal (2012) … Dana
HaIsha Shelanu BeDamesek (2012) … Dana
Halva (2012) … Dana
 2009 Gerushim Niflaim (TV Series)
Shimrit

Episode #1.1 (2009) … Shimrit
 2008 The Island (TV Series)
Dina

The Good Old Days (2008) … Dina
Lagoon, Part III (2008) … Dina
Lagoon, Part I (2008) … Dina
Worried Citizen (2008) … Dina
From the Earth to the Moon (2008) … Dina
 2008 Maybe This Time (TV Series)
Anat

Questions and Answers (2008) … Anat
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2014 An Open Wound: Making Prisoners of War (Video documentary short)
Herself