Sasha Pieterse

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Sasha Pieterse

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Sasha Pieterse
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Pieterse at PaleyFest, March 2014
Born (1996-02-17) February 17, 1996 (age 21)
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
  • Actress
  • singer
  • songwriter
  • model
Years active 2002–present
Musical career
Labels Dan Franklin Music
Associated acts Dan Franklin

Sasha Pieterse (/ˈptərsə/; born February 17, 1996[1]) is a South African-born[2] American actress and singer-songwriter. She is known for her role as Alison DiLaurentis in the Freeform series Pretty Little Liars. Upon the success of the series, Pieterse earned a supporting role as Amy Loubalu in the 2011 Disney Channel film Geek Charming. In 2013, she starred in the teen comedy film G.B.F.. She also starred in the Netflix Original film Coin Heist, which premiered in 2017.

Personal life[edit]

Pieterse was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on February 17, 1996.[1][3] Moving to the United States in 2001, she was raised in Las Vegas, before moving to Los Angeles.[2] She became accustomed to a career in entertainment at an early age, as her parents were a professional acrobatic dance team who performed internationally.[2] Pieterse was homeschooled and graduated at 14.[4]

On December 22, 2015, Pieterse became engaged to her longterm boyfriend, Hudson Sheaffer.[5] At the start of season 25 of Dancing with the Stars, she revealed that she was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, which contributed to her weight gain.[6][7]



Pieterse was featured on the cover of BELLO magazine “Young Hollywood”, December 2014 issue.[4] Pieterse appeared on the cover of the 2015 issue of TeenProm magazine.


At six years old, Pieterse got her start in television, co-starring in 2002 as Buffy on The WB‘s revival of the CBS sitcom Family Affair (1966–1971). She guest starred in an episode of Stargate SG-1 with Amanda Tapping as a little girl named Grace and in 2005, she appeared on an episode of House titled “Autopsy“, portraying Andie, a young girl with terminal cancer. That same year, she made her film debut in The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D as Marissa, the Ice Princess, and also appeared as Millie Rose for two episodes of the short-lived TNT series Wanted, alongside her former Family Affair co-star, Gary Cole.

Pieterse appeared in the 2007 film Good Luck Chuck, playing a young goth girl who places a curse on the titular character. She played the younger version of Sarah Michelle Gellar‘s character in the 2007 film The Air I Breathe, along with such co-stars as Kevin Bacon, Forest Whitaker, and Emile Hirsch. She also played a leading character in the Hallmark original film Claire, also released in 2007.

In December 2009, Pieterse was cast in the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars as Alison DiLaurentis, the former “queen bee” of her high school clique.[8] She has had a regular role in the series since its premiere on June 8, 2010. In June 2014, Pretty Little Liars was renewed for seasons six and seven.[9]

Other roles Pieterse has had include a 2009 appearance in Without a Trace, and a recurring role as Amanda Strazzulla, an abandoned daughter, in Heroes. In 2011, she appeared as Amy Loubalu in the Disney Channel Original Movie Geek Charming, and also as a teenage girl in the film X-Men: First Class. More recently, Pieterse has appeared in the film G.B.F. and in an episode of Hawaii Five-0 as a terrorist pupil named Dawn Hatfield. Pieterse played Japonica Fenway, a young lady involved with cocaine, in the film Inherent Vice (2014), based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Pynchon.[10]


Pieterse describes her music as “country with southern rock“.[citation needed] Her debut single “This Country is Bad Ass” was released on April 12, 2013. Pieterse described the patriotism behind the song: “I just love this country so much and I would never have been able to be where I am if I wasn’t in America, so we decided to come up with this [track].”[11] Her second single, “R.P.M“, was released on June 13, 2013.[12]

Her third single, “I Can’t Fix You“, was released on July 12, 2013.[13][14] On December 10, 2013, she released her fourth single “No”, an upbeat track about “standing strong in your convictions” and saying no when an unfaithful, lying ex-boyfriend asks for a second chance.[15][16]

Dancing with the Stars[edit]

In September 2017, Pieterse was announced as one of the celebrities to compete on the Dancing with the Starsseason 25. She is paired with professional dancer Gleb Savchenko.[17] They were the 4th couple eliminated, on October 16, 2017.[18]



Year Title Role Notes
2005 Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D, TheThe Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D Marissa Electricidad / Ice Princess
2007 Air I Breathe, TheThe Air I Breathe Young Sorrow
2007 Good Luck Chuck Young Anisha Carpenter
2011 X-Men: First Class Teenage girl
2013 G.B.F. Fawcett Brooks
2014 Inherent Vice Japonica Fenway
2015 Burning Bodhi Aria
2017 Coin Heist Dakota Cunningham
2018 Honored Isabella


Year Title Role Notes
2002–03 Family Affair Buffy Davis Main role (8 episodes)
2004 Stargate SG-1 Grace Episode: “Grace
2005 Wanted Millie Rose 2 episodes
2005 House Andie Episode: “Autopsy
2007 Claire Maggie Bannion Movie
2007 CSI: Miami Beth Buckley Episode: “Stand Your Ground”
2009 Without a Trace Daphne Stevens Episode: “Wanted”
2009–10 Heroes Amanda Strazzulla 5 episodes
2009 Heroes: Slow Burn Amanda Strazzulla 6 episodes
2010–17 Pretty Little Liars Alison DiLaurentis Main role (113 episodes)
2011 Medium Marie DuBois (age 14) Episode: “Me Without You”
2011 Geek Charming Amy Loubalu Movie
2014 Hawaii Five-0 Dawn Hatfield Episode: “Pe’epe’e Kanaka”
2016 Sing It! Destiny Episode: “Destiny Is Calling!”
2017 Dancing with the Stars Herself/Contestant Season 25

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist Role
2013 “Rewind” Skye Stevens Love interest of singer
2013 R.P.M. Herself

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2003 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Young Actress Age Ten or Younger Family Affair Won
Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)
(shared with Caitlin Wachs and Jimmy “Jax” Pinchak)
2011 ShoWest Awards Breakthrough Performer of the Year Pretty Little Liars Nominated
2014 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Female Breakout Star Won
2015 Independent Spirit Awards Robert Altman Award (shared with director, casting director and cast) Inherent Vice Won
MTV Fandom Awards Ship of the Year (shared with Shay Mitchell) Pretty Little Liars Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV: Scene Stealer Nominated
2016 Won
2017 Choice TV Actress: Drama Nominated
Choice TV Ship (shared with Shay Mitchell) Nominated








Missouri native Katherine McNamara is an accomplished actor, singer, dancer, songwriter and student who can currently be seen starring as the lead ‘Clary Fray’ in the brand new Freeform series “Shadowhunters,” (January 2016); a book-to-screen adaptation of the bestselling “The Mortal Instruments” book series. News of her casting traveled fast and
Actress (44 credits)
 2014-2016 Transformers: Rescue Bots (TV Series)
Priscilla Pynch

Cody’s 11 (2016) … Priscilla Pynch (voice)
Vanishing Returns (2016) … Priscilla Pynch (voice)
Rescue Dog (2014) … Priscilla Pynch (voice)
Spellbound (2014) … Priscilla Pynch (voice)
 2016 Natural Selection
Paige Thomas
 2016 Horoscopes (Video short)
 2016 Indiscretion (TV Movie)
Lizzy Simon
 2016 The Grinder (TV Series)

From the Ashes (2016) … Ginger (uncredited)
 2016 Little Savages
 2015 The Fosters (TV Series)

More Than Words (2015) … Kat
Father’s Day (2015) … Kat
Wreckage (2015) … Kat
 2015 A Sort of Homecoming
Rosa Conti
 2014 A Wife’s Nightmare (TV Movie)
 2014 Happyland (TV Series)
Harper Munroe

Your Happyland Family (2014) … Harper Munroe
Leave of Absence (2014) … Harper Munroe
Disorderly Conduct (2014) … Harper Munroe
Repeated Infractions (2014) … Harper Munroe
Park Maintenance (2014) … Harper Munroe
 2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Angela Ward / Tangerine

Long Road Home (2014) … Angela Ward / Tangerine
 2014 Workaholics (TV Series)

Beer Heist (2014) … Haley
 2014 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Young Carrie Wells

Reunion (2014) … Young Carrie Wells
 2013 The Thundermans (TV Series)
Tara Campbell

Dinner Party (2013) … Tara Campbell
 2013 R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour (TV Series)

Worry Dolls (2013) … Jodanna
 2013 Contest
Sarah O’Malley
 2012-2013 Kickin’ It (TV Series)

Gabby’s Gold (2013) … Claire
Capture the Flag (2012) … Claire
 2013 Jessie (TV Series)
Bryn Breitbart

Diary of a Mad Newswoman (2013) … Bryn Breitbart
Kids Don’t Wanna Be Shunned (2013) … Bryn Breitbart
 2013 Touch (TV Series)
Evie Woods

Reunions (2013) … Evie Woods
 2013 The Surgeon General (TV Movie)
Lily Sherman
 2012 Sketchy (TV Series)

This Is 14 (2012) … Iris
 2012 Glee (TV Series)
Bunhead #1

Makeover (2012) … Bunhead #1
 2012 Last Ounce of Courage
 2012 Madison High (TV Movie)
Cherri O’Keefe
 2011 New Year’s Eve
Lily Bowman (segment “Mother & Daughter”)
 2011 Drop Dead Diva (TV Series)
Ann Logan

Ah, Men (2011) … Ann Logan
 2011 Last Will
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
 2011 30 Rock (TV Series)

TGS Hates Women (2011) … Meagan (uncredited)
 2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)

Flight (2011) … Jasmine
 2010 The Nuclear Standard (Short)
 2010 Get Off My Porch (Short)
 2008 Matchmaker Mary
Mary Carver
 2008 All Roads Lead Home
Fair Goer (uncredited)
 2007 The Bride & the Groom (Short)
Wedding Guest


Dervla (meaning “Daughter of a poet”) Kirwan was born in October 1971 in Churchtown, Dublin. Her father worked in insurance and her mother was a French and English teacher. She has two older sisters. She was just 15 when she landed her first role in the BBC Drama Troubles (1988) and a year later she got a part in the first part of Billy Roche’s “…
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Actress (52 credits)
 2017 Silent Hours (TV Series)
DI Jane Ambrose
 2017 Safe House (TV Series)
Elizabeth Ellroy

Episode #2.2 (2017) … Elizabeth Ellroy
 2017 Interlude in Prague
Frau Lubtak
 2016/II Red (Short)
 2014/I Luna
 2012 Blackout (TV Mini-Series)
Alex Demoys

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Alex Demoys
Episode #1.2 (2012) … Alex Demoys
Episode #1.1 (2012) … Alex Demoys
 2011 Injustice (TV Mini-Series)
Jane Travers

Episode #1.5 (2011) … Jane Travers
Episode #1.4 (2011) … Jane Travers
Episode #1.3 (2011) … Jane Travers
Episode #1.2 (2011) … Jane Travers
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Jane Travers
 2010 The Silence (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (2010) … Maggie
Episode #1.3 (2010) … Maggie
Episode #1.2 (2010) … Maggie
Episode #1.1 (2010) … Maggie
 2010 Material Girl (TV Series)
Davina Bailey

Episode #1.6 (2010) … Davina Bailey
Episode #1.5 (2010) … Davina Bailey
Episode #1.4 (2010) … Davina Bailey
Episode #1.3 (2010) … Davina Bailey
Episode #1.2 (2010) … Davina Bailey
 2010 When the Rain Comes (Short)
 2009 Ondine
 2009 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Beatrice McArdle

Hidden (2009) … Beatrice McArdle
Unloved (2009) … Beatrice McArdle
 2009 Moving On (TV Series)

Dress to Impress (2009) … Laura
 2008 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Miss Hartigan

 2007 True Dare Kiss (TV Series)
Phil Tyler

Episode #1.6 (2007) … Phil Tyler
Episode #1.5 (2007) … Phil Tyler
Episode #1.4 (2007) … Phil Tyler
Episode #1.3 (2007) … Phil Tyler
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Phil Tyler
 2007 Dangerous Parking
Noah’s Mum
 2004-2005 55 Degrees North (TV Series)
Claire Maxwell

Episode #2.8 (2005) … Claire Maxwell
Episode #2.7 (2005) … Claire Maxwell
Episode #2.6 (2005) … Claire Maxwell
Episode #2.5 (2005) … Claire Maxwell
Episode #2.4 (2005) … Claire Maxwell
 2005 Casanova (TV Mini-Series)
Casanova’s Mother

Episode #1.1 (2005) … Casanova’s Mother
 2004 The Deputy (TV Movie)
Terri Leonard
 2003 A Tale of Two Wives (TV Movie)
Charlie Goodman
 2002 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)
Rye Pomona

Dialogues of the Dead: Part 2 (2002) … Rye Pomona
Dialogues of the Dead: Part 1 (2002) … Rye Pomona
 2001 Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (TV Series)
Petra Winters

Painkillers (2001) … Petra Winters
 2001 Shades (TV Mini-Series)
Maeve Sullivan

Episode #1.6 (2001) … Maeve Sullivan
Episode #1.5 (2001) … Maeve Sullivan
Episode #1.4 (2001) … Maeve Sullivan
Episode #1.3 (2001) … Maeve Sullivan
Episode #1.2 (2001) … Maeve Sullivan
 2000-2001 Hearts and Bones (TV Series)
Emma Rose

Episode #2.6 (2001) … Emma Rose
Episode #2.5 (2001) … Emma Rose
Episode #2.4 (2001) … Emma Rose
Episode #2.3 (2001) … Emma Rose
Episode #2.2 (2001) … Emma Rose
 2001 The Bombmaker (TV Movie)
Andrea Hayes
 2000 Happy Birthday Shakespeare (TV Movie)
Kate Green
 2000 Bee Stung Wasp (Short)
 1999 The Greatest Store in the World (TV Movie)
 1999 The Flint Street Nativity (TV Movie)
Jaye Dackers / Angel Gabriel
 1999 Eureka Street (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (1999) … Aoirghe
Episode #1.3 (1999) … Aoirghe
Episode #1.2 (1999) … Aoirghe
Episode #1.1 (1999) … Aoirghe
 1999 With or Without You
Rosie Boyd
 1999 The Dark Room (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (1999) … Jinx
Episode #1.1 (1999) … Jinx
 1998 Pete’s Meteor
 1997 Mr. White Goes to Westminster (TV Movie)
The Ferret
 1996 Father Ted (TV Series)

 1994 War of the Buttons
Marie (voice)
 1993 A Handful of Stars (TV Movie)
 1993 Poor Beast in the Rain (TV Movie)
 1992 A Time to Dance (TV Mini-Series)
Bernadette Kennedy

Episode #1.3 (1992) … Bernadette Kennedy
Episode #1.2 (1992) … Bernadette Kennedy
Episode #1.1 (1992) … Bernadette Kennedy
 1991 4 Play (TV Series)

In the Border Country (1991) … Morna
 1991 December Bride
Young Martha (Sarah’s Daughter)
 1990 The Lilac Bus (TV Movie)
 1990 Casualty (TV Series)

Penalty (1990) … Anna
 1988 Troubles (TV Mini-Series)
Viola O’Neill

Episode #1.2 (1988) … Viola O’Neill
Episode #1.1 (1988) … Viola O’Neill
 1986 The Fantasist


Alix Wilton Regan was born on January 26, 1986 in London, England. She is an actress, known for The Wife (2017), The Brave (2017) and Assassin’s Creed: Origins (2017).
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Actress (68 credits)
 2018 The Isle (completed)
Korrigan MacLeod
 2014 After Life (Short) (completed)
 2012/I Blind Fate (Short) (completed)
 2017 The Brave (TV Series)
Dr. Kimberley Wells

Pilot (2017) … Dr. Kimberley Wells (as Alix Wilton-Regan)
 2017 Divinity: Original Sin II (Video Game)
Sebille (voice)
 2017/I The Wife
Susannah Castleman
 2017 Fifty Percent (Short)
 2017 Binary (Short)
 2016 The White Room
Kirsty Smith
 2011-2016 The Amazing World of Gumball (TV Series)
Carmen / Hexagon Lady / The Internet / …

The Code (2016) … The Internet
The Stories (2016) … Carmen (voice)
The Slap (2016) … Carmen
The Scam (2016) … Carmen (voice)
The Sale (2015) … Mrs. Mushroom
 2016 The Gatehouse
 2016/II Mate (Short)
 2016 Deponia Doomsday (Video Game)
Goal (English version, voice)
 2015 In Cube
 2015 Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide (Video Game)
Kerillian / Waywatcher (voice)
 2015 Guitar Hero Live (Video Game) (voice)
 2015 Writers Retreat
 2015 The Healer
Kirsty Smith
 2015 Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trespasser (Video Game)
Female Inquisitor (voice)
 2015 The Erotic Adventures of Anais Nin (TV Movie)
Leah (journalist)
 2015 Skin & Bones (Short)
 2015/I 20 Hz (Short)
 2015 The Leap (Short)
Jade / Erin
 2015 Obsession: Dark Desires (TV Series)
Sarah Nottingham

Cross Your Heart & Hope to Die (2015) … Sarah Nottingham
 2014 Dragon Age: Inquisition (Video Game)
Female Inquisitor (voice)
 2014 LittleBigPlanet 3 (Video Game)
Pinky Buflooms (voice)
 2014 New Tricks (TV Series)
Tessa Dugdale

Romans Ruined (2014) … Tessa Dugdale
 2014 Crossing Lines (TV Series)
Sabina Baxendale

The Velvet Glove (2014) … Sabina Baxendale
 2014 Sacred 3 (Video Game)
Aria (voice)
 2014 Divinity: Original Sin (Video Game) (voice)
 2014 Back Issue (Short)
Olivia Harrison
 2013 The Dark Eye: Demonicon (Video Game)
Calandra (voice)
 2013 Goodbye Deponia (Video Game)
Goal (English Version) (voice)
 2013 Real Playing Game
Young Alice
 2013 Divinity: Dragon Commander (Video Game)
Lohannah (voice)
 2013 The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief (Video Game)
Patricia Mayers (English version, voice)
 2013 The Night of the Rabbit (Video Game)
Anja Mouse / Polar Scientist (English version, voice)
 2013 Soul Sacrifice (Video Game)
Sortiara / Illecebra (voice)
 2012 Pure (Short)
 2012 Zombi (Video Game)
Sondra Kelley (voice)
 2012 Forza Horizon (Video Game)
Holly Cruz (voice)
 2012 Chaos on Deponia (Video Game)
Goal (English Version) (voice)
 2012 Life Just Is
 2012 Risen 2: Dark Waters (Video Game)
Patty Steelbeard (voice)
 2012 Leap Year (Short)
Leap Girls
 2012 Deponia (Video Game)
Goal (English version, voice)
 2011 Trine 2 (Video Game)
Isabel (English version, voice)
 2011 Anno 2070 (Video Game)
Tori Bartrok (voice)
 2011 Zombie Diaries 2
 2011 Dragon Age II (Video Game)
Macha / Lilley / Templar Ruvena / … (voice)
 2011 The Last Story (Video Game)
Calista (voice)
 2011 Come Fly with Me (TV Series)

Episode #1.5 (2011) … Françoise
 2010 Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening (Video Game)
Mhairi / Ser Tamra (voice)
 2010 Between (Short)
 2009 Elemental Storage
Alice Hargrave
 2009 Dragon Age: Origins (Video Game)
Ser Cauthrien / Sanga / Petra / … (voice)
 2009 Risen (Video Game)
Rachel / Martha / Sonja / … (English version, voice)
 2009 Hustle (TV Series)

Politics (2009) … Michelle
 2007 Casualty (TV Series)
Clare Brickell

No Return (2007) … Clare Brickell
 2006 Bombshell (TV Series)
Sophie Welling

Episode #1.7 (2006) … Sophie Welling
Episode #1.6 (2006) … Sophie Welling
Episode #1.5 (2006) … Sophie Welling
 2003 The Bill (TV Series)
Josie Pike

157 (2003) … Josie Pike (as Alix Wilton-Regan)
156 (2003) … Josie Pike (as Alix Wilton-Regan)
 2003 Doctors (TV Series)

In Loco Parentis (2003) … Annalise (as Alix Wilton-Regan)
 2001 RuneScape (Video Game)
Ariane (voice)

Jillian Barberie

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Jillian Barberie

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Jillian Barberie
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Barberie in 2006
Born Jillian Marie Warry
(1966-09-26) September 26, 1966 (age 51)
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Other names Jillian Reynolds
Citizenship Canadian (by birth); American (naturalized)
Occupation Actress, television hostess, sportscaster
Years active 1993–present
Spouse(s) Bret Barberie (m. 1996; div. 2002)
Grant Reynolds (m. 2006; div. 2014)[1]
Children 2

Jillian Marie Barberie (née Warry; born September 26, 1966) is a Canadian-born American actress, television hostess, and radio personality who currently co-hosts Mid-Day LA on TalkRadio 790 KABC in Los Angeles. From 1995 to 2012 she was a co-host on the popular Los Angeles morning show Good Day L.A. Concurrently, from 2000 to 2005, she appeared on Fox Sports as the weatherperson for Fox NFL Sunday.[2] From 2006 to 2013, she was known as Jillian Reynolds by marriage.

Early life[edit]

Barberie was born Jillian Warry in Burlington, Ontario after being adopted soon after her birth. Later in life after finding her biological parents she learned she was born to a native Irish mother and native Lithuanian father who had both immigrated to Canada and later went on to marry and raise Jillian’s two sisters. She went to Assumption Catholic Secondary School and then went on to graduate from Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario, with a diploma from its two-year program in broadcast journalism. After completing her diploma, she worked for several other television stations, including The Weather Network in Montreal, Quebec, WSVN in Miami and KTTV in Los Angeles (WSVN and KTTV are Fox affiliates).


Barberie’s screen presence has earned her roles on several television dramas including Clueless, V.I.P. and Melrose Place, as well as comedic turns on the sitcom Yes, Dear and the Fox sketch comedy series MADtv.[3] She hosted the reality television show EX-treme Dating. In 2000, she was hired to present the national weather segment of Fox Sports Fox NFL Sunday pregame show, working opposite James Brown, Howie Long and Terry Bradshaw. As a result of her scratchy gravel-laced voice and affable “one of the guys” on-camera personality, she became a national figure and earned significant fan interest in the male-dominated sports demographic, and several spots for Prestone antifreeze that aired during NFL game broadcasts.[4]

In addition to Barberie’s work on Good Day L.A., she worked on the national version of the show Good Day Live. However, she was ultimately fired from that show, ending her tenure there on June 4, 2004.

She served as the weather girl and entertainment reporter for Fox Sports during the 2002 Super Bowl, the 2005 Super Bowl, and the 2008 Super Bowl. In 2005, she was Regis Philbin‘s co-host for his New Year’s Eve special on Fox. She has appeared in Maxim magazine twice. In 2006, she participated as a contestant on the Fox reality television show Skating with Celebrities, partnered with professional skater John Zimmerman and came in second place. She was an ice skater in her childhood. Beginning in November 2006, she became the co-host of KTTV‘s That’s So Hollywood with fellow KTTV/KCOP personality, Mark Thompson.

In August 2008, Barberie began appearing in NutriSystem commercials with former NFL players Dan Marino and Mike Golic; in the ad, she claims to have lost over 40 pounds after the birth of her daughter.

Barberie is also the host of American Idol Extra on Fox Reality Channel. She interviews the eliminated Idol that week and other guests who appear on the show. She has appeared alongside her ex-husband, Grant Reynolds, in Fox Reality Channel’s original series, Househusbands of Hollywood.[5]

Barberie was a featured guest on “The Eric Andre Show” in 2013 and since February 2014, has co-hosted The Drive Home on Talk Radio 790 KABC in Los Angeles which airs from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.[6]

She has also hosted the entertainment program Hollywood Mix on KTLA.

Personal life[edit]

Barberie works for the prevention of cruelty to animals and has nine pets of her own—all of whom she has adopted from shelters. She has said that she believes her “adoptive” nature is due to the fact that she herself was adopted.

Barberie was married to former Major League Baseball player Bret Barberie from 1996 to 2002.

In her backyard she married former Marine sniper turned actor Grant Reynolds in a private ceremony on July 8, 2006.[7] She initially stated that she was legally changing her name to Jillian Reynolds, but keeping Barberie as her professional surname.[8] Since then, she has chosen to use Reynolds as her surname on Fox NFL Sunday while continuing to use Barberie in the NutriSystem commercials—until April 2009, when she began using Reynolds in those ads.

In December 2006, People magazine said Reynolds was pregnant with her first child, due July 7. She officially announced her pregnancy the morning of December 18, 2006, during the broadcast of Good Day L.A.[9] Barberie took three-month maternity leave from the show beginning June 22, 2007. On July 9, an announcement on Good Day L.A. stated that she had given birth to a baby girl, Ruby Raven Reynolds, on July 6, 2007. The baby weighed 6 lbs. and 12 oz.[10] On July 6, 2009, she announced on Good Day LA that she was pregnant with her second child. She gave birth to a baby boy, Rocco Rio Reynolds on January 11, 2010. The newborn weighed 7 lbs 8ozs and was 20½ inches long.[11][12]

In 2011, Barberie became a naturalized citizen of the United States.[13]

On March 15, 2013, Jillian announced that she and her husband Grant Reynolds were divorcing.[14]

Their divorce was finalized on February 14, 2014.[1]

Actress (21 credits)
 2017 Without Ward
 2016 Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (TV Movie)
Train Passenger
 2014 Reach Me
 2012 Project X
Jillian Barberie
 2006 Scarface: The World Is Yours (Video Game)
Veronica – Femme #5 (voice, as Gillian Barberie)
 2005 Popstar
Radio DJ
 2004 Eve (TV Series)

Dateless in Miami (2004) … Shannon
 2003 Good Morning, Miami (TV Series)

A Kiss Before Lying (2003) … Joni
The Ex Games (2003) … Joni
 2003 Stripperella (TV Series)
Sally Rose

Crime Doesn’t Pay… Seriously, It Doesn’t (2003) … Sally Rose (voice)
 2003 Yes, Dear (TV Series)

Savitsky’s Tennis Club (2003) … Lisa
 2003 MADtv (TV Series)

Episode #8.12 (2003) … Mikayla
 2002 Arli$$ (TV Series)
Jillian Barberie

There’s No I in Team (2002) … Jillian Barberie
 2001 Spyder Games (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2001) … Reporter
 1999 Delivered
Fungahena Retardo
 1999 Clueless (TV Series)

My Best Friend’s Boyfriend (1999) … Candi (as Jillian Barerie)
 1994 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
Reporter #1

Hate Is Just a Four Letter Word (1994) … Reporter #1 (as Jillian Warry)
 1993 Key West (TV Series)

Act of God (1993) … Weatherperson (as Jillian Warry

Robin Antin

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Robin Antin

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Robin Antin backstage during Los Angeles Fashion Week, Smashbox Studios – Culver City, CA (March 2008)
Born (1961-07-06) July 6, 1961 (age 56)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation Actress, dancer, choreographer, music video director, fashion designer, entrepreneur
Years active 1984–present

Robin Antin (born July 6, 1961) is an American dancer, choreographer, actress, and clothing designer entrepreneur. In 1995 she founded the modern burlesque troupe the Pussycat Dolls. By 2005, she diversified into various media including a pop recording group with international hits, a Las Vegas nightclub venue and floorshow, various merchandise, and a reality television series. Since then, she has gone on to create other girl groups, including Girlicious, the Paradiso Girls, and G.R.L.

As a choreographer, Antin worked with entertainers such as Paris Hilton, and artists such as Anastacia, Pink, the Offspring and No Doubt. Additionally, she was responsible for the dance ensembles in various films.

She is the sister of celebrity hair stylist Jonathan Antin, director Steve Antin and actor Neil Antin. She appeared in an episode of her brother Jonathan’s show Blow Out.

On January 2, 2010, Antin, Tony Selznick, and Paula Abdul presented choreography agent Julie McDonald with an award for being a pioneer of dance representation and a friend, helper, and agent to many choreographers for over 25 years. The award was presented at The Carnival: Choreographer’s Ball 11th Anniversary Show.[1]

She was a judge on the Lifetime reality television show Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition in Season 1.


The Pussycat Dolls[edit]

Based in Las Vegas, it features a rotating cast of dancers around vocalist Jamie Preston.[2] Current members include Hayley Zelniker,[3] Amanda Nowak, Colby Lemmo and Alicia Blair.[4][5] Former “Dolls” include lead vocalist and pop star Nicole Scherzinger, Rachel Sterling,[6] who was also an original member of the burlesque troupe, Kelly Levesque, Laura Goulet, Michelle “Jersey” Maniscalco, Desiree Davis, Alicia Vela-Bailey, Mallory, Jen, Loreli, Victoria, Rosa, Marcea, Rita, Claude Racine, Natasha Vernase, Adriane Harper, Jessica Lea, Beverly Sizemore,[6] Laura Diane,[7] Ashley Gates,[8] Bridget Nicole,[9] Jennifer Affronti,[9] Sheila Joy,[9] Cindy Leos,[7] Laurel Anderson,[10] Angela Case, Meredith “Sevin” Kerr, Gina Katon and Jamie Lee Ruiz from Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious.[11]

The Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Revue[12] was founded in 2008 with Jamie Lee Ruiz, alongside Michelle “Jersey” Maniscalco,[12][13] Jessi Peralta,[12][14] Stephanie Moseley,[15] Courtney Parker,[15] Fransesca Ramirez,[12][15] Alexis (Allie Steel),[12] Molly D’Amour, and[16][17] Jenny Robinson.[18][19] Dani Levine, Katarzyna “Kasia Moss” Moś, Vanessa Curry, guest dancer Chantal Hunt and Allarie Long . Alongside lead singer, Jaime Preston and dancers Tarin Pratt and Erica Kiehl Jenkins, and guest vocalist, former Paradiso Girls member, Lauren Bennett were later introduced.

The Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Saloon at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas features Sophia Monica as lead vocalist. Current members include Sheila Joy, Megan Bostwick, Daymara Sabat, Colby Lemmo, Lauren Venandos, Emily Istre, Noelle Naone Brechler, Jenny Driebe, and Kaelee Jones.[citation needed] In 2012, Antin launched The Pussycat Doll Dollhouse in the historic Keating Hotel in San Diego.[citation needed]In 2015, Robin launched the Australian Pussycat Doll Burlesque Revue in Melbourne, Australia at Crown Casino in The Therapy Nightclub.[citation needed]

Matt Goss and the Dirty Virgins[edit]

After becoming Goss’s agent, Antin cast the Dirty Virgins, a Vegas-based girl former dance group consisting of Tala Marie, Emily Istre, Amber William, and Monteece Mask and new dancer include Veronica Collazo Marrero, Kaelee Jones, Teresa Antonette, Ashley Belle, Angela Acosta, Anna Sambeck to accompany Goss for his show. Along with them, she cast singers Mecca Madison and Angela Jude. From a style point of view they are very much like the original concept of the Pussycat Dolls.[20]


Girlicious was an American girl group consisting of Nichole Cordova, Natalie Mejia, Chrystina Sayers and Tiffanie Anderson. In 2009, Anderson left the group and in 2011, Mejia and Sayers also confirmed their departure. Later, in October 2011, Cordova announced the band’s hiatus. Then Cordova confirmed her departure in April 2013 when she became a member of and was featured on The X Factor USA Season 3 with the new group Girls United, which she ultimately was kicked out of in 2014. The second album of Girlicious, named Rebuilt, was released on November 22, 2010 in Canada. The group was formed on the reality television show Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious. Although Antin originally intended to include only three members in the group, as stated in the first episode, she announced in the season finale that all four girls would be a part of Girlicious.

Paradiso Girls[edit]

The Paradiso Girls were a girl group consisting of five members from different countries; Chelsea Korka (who appeared in the reality show Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll) from the United States, Aria Cascaval from France, Lauren Bennett and Kelly Beckett from the United Kingdom and Shar Mae Amor from the Philippines. They were signed to Music Group/Interscope Records.[21] Their debut single “Patron Tequila” featuring Lil’ Jon and Eve was released on May 12, 2009, and a music video was shortly released afterwards. Their debut album Crazy Horse was expected to be released in July 2010;[22] however, it was delayed until October, when Aria revealed the band had disbanded due to dissatisfaction with their label. Bennett went on to join Antin’s next girl group formation in G.R.L.


G.R.L. at Westfield Old Orchard Mall in Skokie, Illinois promoting their debut single “Vacation” on September 28, 2013. Left to right: Natasha Slayton, Paula van Oppen, Simone Battle, Emmalyn Estrada, Lauren Bennett.

G.R.L. is a girl group consisting of Lauren Bennett, Natasha Slayton, and Jazzy Mejia, Girlicious’ Natalie Mejia’s younger sister. It originally consisted of five members; Lauren Bennett, Paula van Oppen, Natasha Slayton, Simone Battle and Emmalyn Estrada, and was the most successful of Antin’s girl group ventures since the original Pussycat Dolls pop group. The group was originally planned to be the new line up of the Pussycat Dolls following their disbandment in 2010. Robin later rebranded them as a new group to serve as the “next generation” of the Dolls.[23] Their managers were Larry Rudolph and Adam Leber. On June 16, 2013 they released their first single, “Vacation”, as a B-side track on Britney Spears‘ single “Ooh La La“, a song from the film The Smurfs 2.[24] Despite commercial success in the UK and Australia, the group officially disbanded on June 2, 2015, nine months after Simone Battle’s death in September, 2014. However, on June 18, 2016, Robin Antin and their new rep, Matt Wynter, from Loco Talent’s website confirmed that G.R.L. were officially reforming, without Paula Van Oppen and Emmalyn Estrada. On August 5, 2016, it was officially announced that Jazzy Mejia was added to the group, along with original members Lauren Bennett and Natasha Slayton, making G.R.L. officially a trio. Their music is set to be released in the summer, with works on a debut album. On August 16, 2016, the newly reformed group released their promotional single, “Kiss Myself” produced by Guy Furious. On December 9, 2016, the trio released their second single, “Are We Good?” produced by HooknSling. According to Lauren Bennett, during the interview on The New Music Buzz, this is the lead single to the group’s debut upcoming album. These two singles that the trio were credited as song writers.

Clothing line[edit]

During 2008, It was reported that Antin and the La Senza Corporation of Canada were producing a line of Burlesque/Pussycat Dolls-styled lingerie called “Shhh…by Robin”. The line ranges from “girly and flirtatious” to “sexy and glamorous” intimate apparel. Antin says, “the words for me on this collection are flirtatious, fashion and fun!”[25][26] Paradiso Girls, Lauren Bennett and Kelly Beckett as well as Pussycat Doll Revue dancer Jersey Maniscalco modeled for it.

In 2015, Antin partnered up with Australian fashion designer, Kylie Gulliver launching a lifestyle clothing line brand, Elliot Label.

Work-out DVD[edit]

On her Twitter account, Antin announced the release of a workout DVD featuring Jamie Ruiz from Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious and other Burlesque Dolls Jenny Ronbinson and Michelle “Jersey” Maniscalco[18] (whose pictures she posted on her Twitter account), as well as Chrystina Sayers and Nicole Scherzinger. It was released worldwide on December 15, 2009.[27]

In 2011, a second Pussycat Doll Workout DVD was released featuring Pussycat Doll Burlesque Revue dancers, Jamie Ruiz and Michelle “Jersey” Maniscalco from the first Pussycat Doll Workout DVD with fellow Pussycat Doll Revue dancer, Vanessa Curry, former Harajuku Girls, BeatFreak, and choreographer, Rino Nakasone, and former Paradiso Girls member and future G.R.L. member, Lauren Bennett.

In 2015, she partnered up with Ben Allen of Groove Three and launched PCDFit at Billy Blanks Studios.





Vanessa Marcil was born on October 15, 1968, in Indio, California, to Peter Ortiz, a contractor, and Patricia Marcil Ortiz, an herbalist. She grew up in Palm Desert with her parents and her two older sisters Tina (born October 20, 1959) and Sherry (born September 7, 1962) and her older brother Sam (born November 16, 1958). When Vanessa was 8 she …
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Actress (27 credits)
 2017 The Wrong Mother
 2016 The Convenient Groom (TV Movie)
 2015 Queens of Drama (TV Series)
 2014 Borrowed Moments
 2014 Stranded in Paradise (TV Movie)
Tess Nelson
 2013 American Girl Trapped on a Telenovela (TV Series)
Sarah Forlenza

Pilot … Sarah Forlenza
 2012 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Dr. Olivia Victor

Wahine’inoloa (2012) … Dr. Olivia Victor
 2009 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Kim Marcus

Hard Landing (2009) … Kim Marcus
Daylight (2009) … Kim Marcus
Voir Dire (2009) … Kim Marcus
 2008 The Nanny Express (TV Movie)
Kate Hewitt
 2002 Storm Watch
Tess Woodward
 2001 Spin City (TV Series)

A Shot in the Dark: Part 2 (2001) … Kara
 1999 This Space Between Us
Maggie Harty
 1997 976-WISH (Short)
 1997 High Incident (TV Series)
Kerry Andrews

Remote Control (1997) … Kerry Andrews
Hot Wire (1997) … Kerry Andrews
 1996 To Love, Honor and Deceive (TV Movie)
Sydney Carpenter
 1995 The Undertaker (Video short)
The Groupie


Tala Ashe was born on July 24, 1984 in Iran as Tala Ashrafi. She is an actress, known for American Odyssey (2015), Smash (2012) and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001).


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Actress (8 credits)
 2015 American Odyssey (TV Series)
Anna Stone

Real World (2015) … Anna Stone
Soup Sandwich (2015) … Anna Stone
Wingman (2015) … Anna Stone
Beat Feet (2015) … Anna Stone
Tango Uniform (2015) … Anna Stone
 2012 Smash (TV Series)
R.J. Quigley

Tech (2012) … R.J. Quigley
Publicity (2012) … R.J. Quigley
Understudy (2012) … R.J. Quigley
The Coup (2012) … R.J. Quigley
 2011 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Rebecca Landon

Boots on the Ground (2011) … Rebecca Landon
 2008 Straphanger (Short)
 2008 Law & Order (TV Series)

Angelgrove (2008) … Madison
 2008 Waiting in Beijing
Nadia (as Tala Ashrafi)
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2017 The Strangeness You Feel (Short) (thanks) (completed)


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Actress (1 credit)
 2011 Naked News (TV Series)

Halloween 2011 (2011) … Correspondent
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2013 Naked News Uncovered (TV Mini-Series documentary)

The Girl with the Butterfly Tattoo (2013) … Herself
The Rise and Fall of the Ass-Cam (2013) … Herself
Who Screwed Up Halloween? (2013) … Herself
Peter and the Gauntlet (2013) … Herself
 2001-2003 Ripley’s Believe It or Not! (TV Series)

Season Premiere! (2003) … Herself
Episode #2.12 (2001) … Herself
 2001 Howard Stern (TV Series)

Episode dated 20 April 2001 (2001) … Herself
 2001 The Howard Stern Radio Show (TV Series)

Episode dated 7 April 2001 (2001) … Herself


Born in Bristol, Pennsylvania, the daughter of two college professors, Lauren grew up in the upstate New York town of Geneva. Her childhood was split between experiences that contrasted. She was privy to the shelter of growing up in a rural town and also exposed due to the erudite sophistication of her parents’ academic careers. Lauren spent time …
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Actress (90 credits)
 2018 Ultra Low (post-production)
  The Juggler (announced)
Ida (rumored)
 2017 Dead Shack
 2016 My Summer Prince (TV Movie)
Deidre Kelly
 2016 The Stepchild (TV Movie)
 2015 Marshall’s Miracle
Susan Weaver
 2015 A Country Wedding (TV Movie)
 2005-2015 NCIS (TV Series)
Jenny Shepard

The Lost Boys (2015) … Jenny Shepard (uncredited)
Life Before His Eyes (2012) … Jenny Shepard (uncredited)
Judgement Day: Part 2 (2008) … Jenny Shepard (credit only)
About Face (2008) … Jenny Shepard (credit only)
 2015 Field of Lost Shoes
Mrs. Clinedinst
 2015 After the Ball
 2015 Hoovey
 2013 The Dark Corner (TV Mini-Series)
Dr. Betty Rogers

The Cold Case (2013) … Dr. Betty Rogers
 2012 Masque
 2012 Layover (TV Movie)
Suzanne Hollingsworth
 2012 Do No Harm (TV Movie)
Dr. Thorne
 2012 Lost Girl (TV Series)

Midnight Lamp (2012) … Sadie
 2012 Overwatch (Short)
 2010-2012 The Adventures of Chuck & Friends (TV Series)

Mayor Chuck/Wallbashers (2012) … Haulie (voice)
The Mother of All Gifts/Fools for Rules (2011) … Haulie (voice)
The Regifters (2011) … Haulie (voice)
Pop Goes the Inner Tube/Runaway Chuck (2011) … Haulie (voice)
Prince Chuck/The Dirt on Chuck (2011) … Haulie (voice)
 2010 Miracle in Manhattan (TV Movie)
Lindy Lowe
 2010 The Town Christmas Forgot (TV Movie)
Annie Benson
 2010 Flashpoint (TV Series)
Jill Hastings

Acceptable Risk (2010) … Jill Hastings
 2010 Chasing 3000
 2010 You’re So Cupid!
Audrey Valentine
 2009 Too Late to Say Goodbye (TV Movie)
 2009 Crank: High Voltage
Psychiatrist (uncredited)
 2009 Leverage (TV Series)
Ms. Tobey Earnshaw

The Juror #6 Job (2009) … Ms. Tobey Earnshaw
 2006 Raising Flagg
Rachel Purdy
 2006 The Pleasure Drivers
Daphne Widesecker
 2006 Fatwa
Maggie Davidson
 2005 Bounty Hunters (TV Movie)
 2005 Untitled Camryn Manheim Pilot (TV Movie)
 2005 The Godfather of Green Bay
Molly Mahoney
 2004 Caught in the Act (TV Movie)
Jodie Colter
 2004 In Enemy Hands
Mrs. Rachel Travers
 2004 Just Desserts (TV Movie)
Grace Carpenter
 2003 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Hayley Wilson

Grand Prix (2003) … Hayley Wilson
 2002 Pavement (TV Movie)
Buckley Clarke
 2002 Santa, Jr. (TV Movie)
Susan Flynn
 2002 Providence (TV Series)
Darla Rosario

The Heart of the Matter (2002) … Darla Rosario
 2002 Living with the Dead (TV Movie)
James’s (Danson) wife
 2002 Changing Hearts
Amber Connors
 2002 King of Texas (TV Movie)
Mrs. Rebecca Lear Highsmith
 2001 Becker (TV Series)

The Buddy System (2001) … Laura
 2001 Spirited Away
Chihiro’s Mother (English version, voice)
 2001 Destiny (TV Movie)
 2000 The Last Producer
Frances Chadway
 1999/I Entropy
 1999 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Heather Finn

The Real Thing (1999) … Heather Finn
 1998 Vig (TV Movie)
 1998 No Looking Back
 1997 A Smile Like Yours
Jennifer Robertson
 1994 Dangerous Heart (TV Movie)
 1992 Live Wire
Suzie Bryant – Channel 7 newsreporter (uncredited)
 1992 Fugitive Among Us (TV Movie)
Suzie Bryant
 1991 The Antagonists (TV Series)
Kate Ward

Con Safos (1991) … Kate Ward
 1990 My Two Dads (TV Series)
Allison Novack

See You in September? (1990) … Allison Novack
To Thine Own Elf Be True (1990) … Allison Novack
 1987 All My Children (TV Series)
Julie Chandler

Episode dated 18 December 1987 (1987) … Julie Chandler (credit only)
 1986 Spenser: For Hire (TV Series)
Emily Brown

Home Is the Hero (1986) … Emily Brown
 1986 Band of the Hand
 1985 Love Lives On (TV Movie)
Tracy (as Holly Lauren)
 1984 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
Carla Walicki / Carla

Last Chance Salon (1984) … Carla Walicki (as Holly Lauren)
Ewe and Me, Babe (1984) … Carla (as Holly Lauren)