Charlie Brooks

Charlie Brooks

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Charlie Brooks
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Brooks at the 2011 British Soap Awards
Born Charlene Emma Brooks
(1981-05-03) 3 May 1981 (age 36)[1]
Ware, Hertfordshire, England
Other names Charlene Brooks
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present
Home town Barmouth, Wales
Television EastEnders (1999–2014)
Partner(s) Tony Truman (2004–05)
Ben Hollington (2012–present)
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Charlene EmmaCharlieBrooks (born 3 May 1981)[2] is a British actress, known for playing Janine Butcher in the BBC soap opera EastEnders.[3] Brooks portrayal of Janine has awarded Brooks with numerous awards, since her first appearance in 1999, with storylines involving cocaine addiction, prostitution and murder.[3] Brooks has appeared in British television shows; The Bill, Wired and Bleak House.[3] Brooks released a fitness DVD, “Before And After Workout“, before winning the 2011 version of the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special and the twelfth series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!.[4]

Early life[edit]

Brooks was born in 1981, in Ware, Hertfordshire, England, and moved to Barmouth, Wales when she was a child.[5] Brooks attended Tower House School, in Barmouth, and relocated to London to attend Ravenscourt Theatre School.[5]

Career[edit]

1999-2003: Eastenders[edit]

In television, Brooks has appeared in episodes of The Bill, London’s Burning, Jonathan Creek and The Demon Headmaster.[5][6] When executive producer Matthew Robinson re-introduced Janine in 1999, after Alexia Demetriou left, Brooks secured the role.[3][7]

Brooks, at the National Television Awards, in 2012.

2004-2007: Departure and other acting[edit]

After her departure from EastEnders in 2004, Brooks first role was in the BBC drama Bleak House as Jenny. Brooks has done various commercials and voiceovers in the United Kingdom, Europe and the US.[3]

In 2006, Brooks played Beverley Allitt in a BBC1 docu-drama called Beverley Allitt: Angel of Death, alongside Ian Kelsey. Producer Cathy Elliot said, “It’s a very sensitive issue and of course it’s terrible for the parents to have the whole thing brought up. Each time it’s brought up it’s painful, but a lot of parents realise it’s important it’s kept in the public domain and that people are aware that things have happened and that not a lot has been done since”.[8]

She has guest starred in Robin Hood and Love Soup.[9] In theatre, Brooks, whilst on a break from EastEnders in 2003, appeared in the play Office Games alongside Adam Rickitt.[10] The play was Brooks’ west end debut, and was described as “a witty and intelligent political commentary”.[10] In 2007 she appeared in Our Country’s Good at the Liverpool Playhouse.[11]

2008–14: Return to Eastenders[edit]

In 2008, Brooks returned to EastEnders for a guest stint. She was later confirmed to be coming back as a regular character.[12] She said, “I had doubts to begin with, mainly because of Kiki, as I know how full-on EastEnders can be, and then there’s that stigma about going back to a soap. But I’m so pleased I did, it was the right decision. Especially with what’s going on at the moment, I feel really lucky to have a job and I need the security because of Kiki. I was just going to go back for a year, but I had a meeting with the boss last week and we’re going to go for another year. So lots more time to get up to much mischief”.[13] Executive producer Diederick Santer said, “I couldn’t be more pleased that Charlie Brooks is re-joining EastEnders. With her appearances last month, she reminded us what a fine actress she is, and what an intriguing, watchable and engaging character she plays as Janine”.[12] She temporarily departed in September 2012, and returned in April 2013 before departing again in March 2014.

Other ventures[edit]

Reality television[edit]

She won I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2012, beating campmate Ashley Roberts.[4] Brooks was “visibly delighted” saying, “[It feels] silly. I never imagined this for a million years. Everyone’s been amazing”.[4] Brooks also narrates Botched Up Bodies on Channel 5.

Fitness DVD[edit]

Her fitness DVD became the UK’s best-selling fitness DVD release, and Brooks was transformed from “podgy Janine to a sexy new mum”.[14]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2000 National Television Awards Most Popular Newcomer Nominated
British Soap Awards Best Newcomer Nominated
2001 Inside Soap Awards Best Bitch Won
2002 Nominated
2003 Nominated
2004 National Television Awards Most Popular Actress Nominated
TV Quick and Choice Awards Best Soap Actress Won
Best Soap Storyline Nominated
British Soap Awards Soap Bitch of the Year Nominated
Villain of the Year Won
Inside Soap Awards Best Bitch Won
Best Actress Nominated
Best Soap Storyline Nominated
2005 British Soap Awards Best Exit Won
2009 All About Soap Awards Best Bitch Won
Inside Soap Awards Won
End of Year EastEnders Awards Won
2010 All About Soap Awards Femme Fatale Won
Digital Spy Soap Awards Best Soap Bitch Won
All About Soap Bubble Awards Best Soap Love Triangle
(Shared with Lacey Turner and Neil McDermott)
Nominated
2011 British Soap Awards Villain of the Year Nominated
TV Times Awards TV’s Most Popular Bitch Won
2012 TVChoice Awards Best Soap Actress Nominated
Inside Soap Awards Soap Bitch of the Year Won
DS Awards DS Female Soap Actor Won
2013 TVChoice Awards Best Soap Actress Nominated
Inside Soap Awards Soap Bitch of the Year Nominated
2014 British Soap Awards Villain of the Year Nominated
British Soap Awards Best Storyline – Hello Stacey, Goodbye Janine Nominated

Filmography[edit]

Television and Film
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Turning Points Emma 1 episode
The Demon Headmaster The Brains
The Bill Miriam Olston
Out of Tune Carol
1999–2004, 2008–2014 EastEnders Janine Butcher Regular cast member
918 episodes
1999 The Bill Claire Fellows 1 episode
Jonathan Creek Trudi
2000 London’s Burning Lisa
2005 Angel of Death: The Beverly Allitt Story Beverley Allitt
The Golden Hour Cara Wilson
Bleak House Jenny 5 episodes
2006 Take 3 Girls Patsy 1 episode
Casualty Sally Montgomery
2007 Heartbeat Julie Langley-Smythe
Robin Hood Ceris
2008 Love Soup Denise
Wired Anna 3 episodes
2010 EastEnders: Last Tango in Walford Janine Butcher DVD release
2011 EastEnders: E20 Janine Malloy 3 episodes
Strictly Come Dancing (Christmas Special) Herself (Participant) Winner
2012 Celebrity Juice 1 episode
I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here Winner
2013, 2014 Botched Up Bodies Narrator
2014 Suspects Tanya 2 episodes
2015 The Dumping Ground Stephanie Branston 1 episode
2016 The Chase: Celebrity Special Herself (participant) Didn’t appear in the final chase
2017                    FOG                                                                    RACHEL
Theatre and Radio
Year Title Role
2003 Office Games Rose Brown
2004 The Play What I Wrote Rose
2005–06 Dixon of Dock Green Mary Dixon
2006 Dangerous Corner Betty
2007 Our Country’s Good Dabby Bryant
2013 Dusty Won’t Play Dusty Springfield
2014 Beautiful Thing Sandra Gangel
2015 A Street Car Named Desire Blanche
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Credits

Year Role / Type Name of Production / Director Company / Venue
2013 Little Inez
Musical
Hairspray UK Tour
Matt Lenz
Stage Entertainment
2012 Ensemble
Musical
Our House 10th Anniversary Concert
Matthew Warchus
David Atkin Limited
2012 Ensemble/ Understudy (and played) Gary Coleman and Mrs T/ Yellow Bear
Musical
Avenue Q
Evan Ensign
Theatre Royal Bath
UK Tour
2011 Susan
Corporate
Face 2 Face
Steve Betteridge
Pheabus Media Group
Cambridge Press University
2011 Lead Girl
Commercial
Commercial Dogs Doodahs
2010 Woman 2
Theatre
The Women Of Lockerbie
Esther Dix
LIPA
LIPA
2010 Maureen
Musical
Rent
AB Abrahamson
What We Did Next
Blackie Theatre
2010 Wife
Theatre
A Yorkshire Tragedy
Abigail Langham
LIPA
Sennheiser studio
2010 Joy
Theatre
The Trick Is To Keep Breathing
Abigail Langham
LIPA
Sennheiser studio
2010 Maggie
Musical
A Chorus Line
Sally Rapier
LIPA
Sennheiser studio
2009 Margareta
Theatre
Anthology
Indhu Rubasingham
Slung Low
Everyman Theatre
2009 Leah
Theatre
A Beautiful Thing
Iain Ormsby Knox
LIPA
LIPA
2009 Ella
Theatre
Vernon God Little
Sally Rapier
LIPA
Sennheiser studio
2008 Anne
Film (Short)
You Will See Life
Sara Harrak
Real Hark Productions
2008 Elphaba
Musical
Musical Mania
Nina French
Academy Arts
Millfield Theatre
2006 Singer
Theatre (Tour)
Children in Need BBC
Wembley Arena
2006 Lisa
TV
Coming Down the Mountain
Julie- Ann Robinson
BBC
2005 Choir Member
Film (Feature)
Notes on a Scandal
Richard Eyre
Fox Search Light Pictures
2005 Mandy
Musical
The Demon Headmaster
Mary Huane
Islington Youth
Embassy Theatre
2004 Singer
TV
CBBC Proms in the Park
Gillian Lynne
The Really Useful Theatre Group
Hyde Park
2003 – 2004 Sewage Child
Musical
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Adrian Noble
The Really Useful Theatre Group
London Palladium
2004 Dorothy
Musical
Wizard of Oz
Mary Huane
Islington Youth
Sadlers Wells
2001 Presenter
TV
Fox Kids Fox Broadcasting
2001 Gossip Girl
TV
Grange Hill
Angela De Chastelai Smith
BBC
Elstree studio
1999 – 2000 Winnie
Musical
Whistle Down The Wind
Gale Edwards
The Really Useful Theatre Group
Aldwych Theatre
1998 Lavonne
Musical
Whistle Down The Wind
Gale Edwards
The Really Useful Theatre Group
Aldwych Theatre

Haley Pullos

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Haley Pullos

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Haley Pullos
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Haley Pullos at the Daytime Emmy Awards 2012
Born Haley Alexis Pullos
(1998-07-10) July 10, 1998 (age 19)
Palo Alto, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Website www.haleyalexis.com

Haley Alexis Pullos (born July 10, 1998) is an American actress, best known for her role as Molly Lansing-Davis in the American daytime soap opera General Hospital.

Life and career[edit]

Haley Alexis Pullos was born on July 10, 1998 in Palo Alto, California. She has two brothers and two sisters. Besides her recurring role on General Hospital,[1] she has also appeared in the pilot episode of Dollhouse, as well as a recurring role as young Melinda in Ghost Whisperer. In 2013, she appears in the ad “Little Tricks” for Yoplait.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Carney Tales Patron
2007 ‘Til Death Kid
Moonlight Mara
2008 Ghost Whisperer Young Melinda
The Cleaner Angelina
The Middleman Little Wendy
Alien Raiders Dinah
2009 Dollhouse Davina Crestejo Episode: “Ghost”
Dead Air Dee Dee
The Collector Cindy
Dark House Young Tammy
General Hospital Molly Lansing-Davis Recurring role; July 29, 2009–present
2010 Montana Amazon Teresa
2011 House Colleen Episode: “Two Stories
2013–15 Instant Mom Molly
2014 Growing Up Fisher Sophie Episode: “Blind Man’s Bluff”
2016 Mr. Student Body President Addison Pierce
2017 From Straight A’s to XXX Miriam Weeks/Belle Knox

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result Work
2010 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Recurring Young Actress Won General Hospital
2011 Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series – Young Actress 12 and Under Won
2012 Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series – Young Actress Won
Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress 11-13 Won House
2013 Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series Nominated General Hospital
2014 Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series Won
Best Performance in a TV Series Nominated Instant Mom
2015 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series Nominated General Hospital

References[edit]

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Preceded by
Iris and Ivy Kaim
Molly Lansing actress
2009–
Succeeded by
Incumbent

Karley Scott Collins

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Karley Scott Collins

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Karley Scott Collins
Born (1999-12-14) December 14, 1999 (age 17)
Florida, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Karley Scott Collins (born December 14, 1999) is an American actress and voice actress. She is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Oprah Pearl on the CBS sitcom The Class, which aired from 2006 to 2007. Collins has also provided the voice of Gisela in Open Season 3 (2010).

Life and career[edit]

Born in Florida, Collins has appeared in a number of films. Her film credits include, The Hottie and the Nottie (2008) (as a young version of Paris Hilton‘s character), Pulse 2: Afterlife (2008), Pulse 3: Invasion (2008), Amusement (2009), The Collector (2009), the television film Amish Grace (2010),[1] Letters to God (2010), the animated film Open Season 3 (2010), Answers to Nothing (2011) and the short film When You Find Me (2011).[2]

Besides The Class, her other television credits include Private Practice, Family Guy, Fringe and Once Upon a Time.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Hottie and the Nottie, TheThe Hottie and the Nottie Young Cristabel
2008 Pulse 2: Afterlife Justine Video
2008 Amusement Child Tabitha
2008 Pulse 3: Invasion Young Justine Video
2009 Collector, TheThe Collector Hannah Chase
2010 Letters to God Ashley Turner
2010 Open Season 3 Gisela (voice)
2011 Answers to Nothing Tina
2011 When You Find Me Aurora Short film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Class, TheThe Class Oprah Pearl Recurring role (6 episodes)
2007 Private Practice Erin Episode: “In Which Addison Finds the Magic”
2010 Amish Grace Katie Graber TV film
2010 Family Guy Abby / Little Girl (voice) Episode: “Road to the North Pole
2011 Fringe Young Olivia Dunham Episode: “Subject 13
2012 Once Upon a Time Gretel / Ava Zimmer Episode: “True North
2012 Family Guy (voice) Episode: “You Can’t Do That on Television, Peter

Ashley Scott

Ashley McCall Scott is an American actress and model. She was born on July 13, 1977 in Metairie, Louisiana, but raised in Charleston, South Carolina. She began her modeling career as a young girl. She was a 1993 Elite Model Look finalist and became a Model for Elite Miami, she modeled internationally and graced the runways at fashion shows in …
Actress (35 credits)
 2017 A Tale of Two Coreys (post-production)
Sheila Feldman
 2017 One Small Indiscretion
Caroline Winters
 2017 A Woman Deceived (TV Movie)
Elizabeth
 2017 Fatal Defense
Arden Walsh
 2017 Manny Dearest (TV Movie)
Karen Clark
 2016 Broken Promise (TV Movie)
Mina Gardner
 2015 16 and Missing
Julia
 2015 UnREAL (TV Series)
Mary Newhouse

Savior (2015) … Mary Newhouse
Fly (2015) … Mary Newhouse
Truth (2015) … Mary Newhouse
Wife (2015) … Mary Newhouse
Mother (2015) … Mary Newhouse
 2013 Holiday Road Trip (TV Movie)
Maya
 2013 The Nightmare Nanny (TV Movie)
Annie
 2013 Summoned (TV Movie)
Laura Price
 2013 The Perfect Boyfriend (TV Movie)
April Hill
 2013 The Last of Us (Video Game)
Maria (voice)
 2012 Unstable
Christine March
 2010 NCIS (TV Series)
Dana Hutton

Obsession (2010) … Dana Hutton
 2009 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Zoe Belle

Target Specific (2009) … Zoe Belle
 2009 12 Rounds
Molly Porter
 2009 Fear Itself (TV Series)
Lisa

The Circle (2009) … Lisa
 2007 The Kingdom
Janine Ripon
 2006 Deceit (TV Movie)
Sam Pruitt
 2004/I Lost
Judy, Operator
 2004 Evil Remains
Sharon
 2004 Walking Tall
Deni
 2003 S.W.A.T.
Lara
 2001-2002 Dark Angel (TV Series)
Asha Barlow

Freak Nation (2002) … Asha Barlow (credit only)
Love Among the Runes (2002) … Asha Barlow (credit only)
She Ain’t Heavy (2002) … Asha Barlow (credit only)
 2001 Criminal Mastermind (TV Movie)

ASHLEY ROSE BALL

Ashley started out in NYC on Broadway in “The Sound of Music”, “Les Miserables” and “Annie Get Your Gun”. She was then chosen in a national search of over 10,000 girls for the role of Shirley Temple in ABC Family’s The Wonderful World of Disney: Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story (2001). She then moved to LA to do appearances on numerous TV …
Ashley Rose Picture

Actress (29 credits)
 2015 Halfway to Nowhere (Short)
Blonde Girl
 2015 Up in Smoke (TV Movie)
Female Spectator 2 (as Ashley Rose)
 2012 Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Video Game)
Raimu ‘Rhyme’ Bito (English version, voice, as Ashley Rose)
 2011 Texas Toast (Short)
Girl #2 (as Ashley Rose)
 2010 Jack’s Family Adventure (TV Movie)
Kate (as Ashley Rose)
 2007 Unfabulous (TV Series)
Peaches

The Guilt Trip (2007) … Peaches (as Ashley Rose Orr)
 2007 Monk (TV Series)
Lisa

 2006 Dexter (TV Series)
Mindy

Love American Style (2006) … Mindy
 2006 Red Riding Hood
Ashley #1
 2006 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
Teenage Daughter

Episode #4.211 (2006) … Teenage Daughter
 2005 Her Name Is Carla
Young Carla (voice)
 2005 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Daisy Thorpe

The Bogie Man (2005) … Daisy Thorpe
 2005 That’s So Raven (TV Series)
Francesca

On Top of Old Oaky (2005) … Francesca
 2005 Desperate Housewives (TV Series)
Julie’s Friend #2

Move On (2005) … Julie’s Friend #2
 2004 Carry Me Home (TV Movie)
Carrie
 2004 Summerland (TV Series)
Beach Girl

And So the Day Begins (2004) … Beach Girl
Pilot (2004) … Beach Girl
 2002 Guiding Light (TV Series)
Christmas Caroler

Episode #1.14063 (2002) … Christmas Caroler
 2002 Dora the Explorer (TV Series)
Elf

A Present for Santa (2002) … Elf (voice)
 2001 Challenge America (TV Movie)
Guest Singer
 2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Leslie Bello

Redemption (2001) … Leslie Bello
 1999 All Shook Up
Little Girl
 1988 My Neighbor Totoro
Girl / Additional Voices (English version, voice, as Ashley Rose Orr)
 1984 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
Pejite Peasant Girl (English version, voice, as Ashley Rose Orr)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (3 credits)
 2010 My Soul to Take (ADR voice – as Ashley Rose)
 2009 Stay Cool (ADR voice – as Ashley Rose)
 2009 Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (Documentary) (ADR voice – as Ashley Rose)

GABBY BROOKS

Gabby Brooks was born on August 26, 1998. She is an actress and director, known for One More Day (2010), The Asphalt Race (2014) and Daddy’s Girl (2012). See full bio »

Born:

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Actress (16 credits)
 2016 The in between (Short) (completed)
Funeral Attendee
 2015 Freedom Gate (Short)
Delle
 2014 The Asphalt Race (Short)
Race Car Driver / Ballerina
 2014/VI The Keeper (Short)
Gabby
 2013 The Game (Short)
Neve
 2012 Daddy’s Girl (Short)
Big Sister
 2012 POSE Back to School Commercial (Short)
Gabby Student Girl 2
 2012 POSE Child Modeling Mag (Short)
Gabby
 2011 Trapped: In Me (Short)
Daughter
 2010 One More Day (Short)
Christina
 2010 I Saw Mommy (Short)
Jenny
 2010 The River Why
Pilgrim at Halloween Party
 2008 Seconds
Bus Stop Girl
 2008 Untraceable
Girl at birthday party (uncredited)
 2006 Free Parking (Short)
Shannon

EMMA PRESCOTT

Emma Prescott was born on October 7, 1998. She is an actress, known for Watercolor (2016), Windfall (2006) and Claire (2007). See full bio »

Born:

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Actress (17 credits)
 2016 Watercolor (Short) (completed)
Edith
 2012 Broken Badge (Short)
Megan Warner
 2012 Prime Effect (Short)
Jenny
 2009 Gosia’s Witch (Short)
Becky
 2009 James Warwick (Short)
Narrator’s Mother as Child
 2009 Mind Machine (Short)
Sarah Ashford
 2008/IV Blackout
Nikki Madox
 2008 The Swim (Short)
younger Lydia
 2007 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Lucy

 2007 Claire (TV Movie)
Helen Bannion
 2007 Entourage (TV Series)
Ed Burns’ Daughter

The Return of the King (2007) … Ed Burns’ Daughter
 2007 Good Time Max
Kallie
 2007 Them (TV Movie)
Little Girl
 2006 Windfall (TV Series)
Violet Schaefer / Violet Shaefer

Priceless (2006) … Violet Schaefer
Urgent Care (2006) … Violet Schaefer
Truth Be Told (2006) … Violet Shaefer
Crash Into You (2006) … Violet Schaefer
The Myth of More (2006) … Violet Schaefer
 2006/I Imaginary Friend (Short)
Little Girl
 2005 Must Love Dogs
Molly
 2005 Numb3rs (TV Series)
Emily Burdick

Prime Suspect (2005) … Emily Burdick