AUBREY MOZINO

Aubrey Mozino is an actress and producer, known for Triple Dog (2010), What Goes Up (2009) and Live in 5 (2009).
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Actress (23 credits)
 2016 Off The Grid (TV Movie) (completed)
Brynn
 2015/VI Steps (Short) (completed)
Friend on lawn
 2014 Post Winter (Short) (completed)
Lexington Wynters
 2016 She’s So Right (TV Series)
 2016 The Valley (TV Series)
Megan Skittles

Date Night (2016) … Megan Skittles
Homeward Bound … Megan Skittles
After the Fall … Megan Skittles
Industry Mixer … Megan Skittles
A Day on Set … Megan Skittles
 2015 Gratuitous Violence (Short)
Reporter on Scene 1
 2014-2015 WMM Sketch Show (TV Series)
Club Woman / Kate / Hot Mess Contestant / …

True Love Stories (2015) … Club Woman
No Judgment Brunch (2014) … Kate
Top Divorced Chef (2014) … Hot Mess Contestant
Worst Wingman Ever (2014) … Bar Patron
Nothing Is Exclusive (2014) … Ann
 2015 Master Dater (TV Series)
Tracy
 2014 Good News Gone Bad (TV Mini-Series short)
Lois Dimbulb
 2014 Broad Strokes (TV Series short)
Whitney White

Breaking Bad (2014) … Whitney White
 2013 Everyday Lies (TV Series)
Jessie

Grey Area (2013) … Jessie
 2013 Trainers (TV Series)
Kaylie

O.M.G. (2013) … Kaylie
Julio (2013) … Kaylie
The Predicament (2013) … Kaylie
 2012 Short Term (TV Series)
Rehearsed Girl

And They All Lived… (2012) … Rehearsed Girl
 2012 Blue Hole (Video short)
Laura Mills
 2012 Good Times Web Series (TV Series)
Lindsey

Can I Get…? (2012) … Lindsey
 2012 The First Dance (Short)
Young Girl
 2010-2011 What Would You Do? (TV Series)
Cheating Girlfriend / Obnoxious Customer / Rude Bar Patron / …

The Proposal (2011) … Cheating Girlfriend
Dirty Waiter (2011) … Obnoxious Customer
Interracial Couple Harassed (2011) … Rude Bar Patron
Reverse Date Rape (2010) … Con-Artist
 2011 Working Class Nightmare (Short)
Jessie
 2008 The Bystander Effect (Short)
Catherine’s Screams
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Beverley Mahood

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Beverley Mahood

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Beverley Mahood
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Beverley Mahood with Giselle Brohman
Background information
Born (1974-11-02) 2 November 1974 (age 42)
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Origin London, Ontario, Canada
Genres Country, Pop
Occupation(s) singer/songwriter
Years active 1996–present
Labels Spin Records
BPM Entertainment Corp.
Website beverleymahood.com

Beverley Mahood (born 2 November 1974 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a country music singer-songwriter and television host in Canada. Beverley emigrated from Belfast to Canada[1] as a child. She is also formerly part of the all-female trio Lace, produced by the renowned Los Angeles producer, David Foster. From 2004 to 2005, she co-hosted the Citytv Vancouver morning show, Breakfast Television. Mahood was then named to co-host CMT Canada‘s flagship show, CMT Central. She starred as the anchor judge on the series “CMT Chevy Karaoke Star.” Other hosting duties have included the reality series Project Mom/Project Dad and Pick a Puppy and the countdown program Ultimate.

Mahood established a business partnership in 2005 with Canadian entrepreneur W. Brett Wilson in forming BPM Entertainment Corp. to pursue creative investment opportunities in the entertainment world. She bought out his interest in BPMEC in 2012 and has continued to grow her entertainment business.[citation needed] Mahood attended Saunders High School in London.

Biography[edit]

Music career[edit]

Mahood has been building her profile in the music scene throughout Canada and the United States since her debut album, Girl Out of the Ordinary, was released in 1998. The album garnered multiple radio singles and music videos. She signed with 143 Records, a record label owned by record producer David Foster. With Foster, she was part of the female trio, Lace, releasing an album, Lace, in 1999. The first single, “I Want a Man”, went to number 7 on the charts in Canada and was a number one video on CMT’s Chevy Top 20. A second solo CD, Moody Blue, was released in 2004, receiving recognition with another number one CMT video for the single “The First Day You Wake Up Alone.”

In addition to her own recorded material, Mahood co-wrote the hit single “Come to Me,” recorded by Celine Dion on her 2005 Miracle album. She also wrote “Good to Be Alive,” the theme for the CMT reality series’ Project Mother and Project Dad, which was released to radio in 2007 with an accompanying music video airing on CMT. In May 2008, Mahood marked her return as a recording artist with the release of the song, “This Girl.” A second single, “Rewrite History,” was released in October 2008. Mahood’s new album, Unmistakable, was released on 18 November 2008. Her most recent Christmas album, This Christmas Celebrate Me Home, was on 4 November 2008. In May 2013, Mahood released a new single, “Hope & Gasoline,” to Canadian country radio. Mahood’s fourth album was released to iTunes on November 12, 2013, with a physical CD release in early 2014.

Mahood is also known for being an enthusiastic Toronto Maple Leafs fan. She has sung the national anthems at numerous home games for both the Leafs and the Nashville Predators.

Acting career[edit]

In 2006, Mahood contributed her name and image to the Bootlegger Jean print campaign with her image appearing in stores across North America. As an actress, she has performed in The Vagina Monologues (2004), the stage production Heartthrobs (2003) and Castle Rocks (Young People’s Theatre, 1998).

Mahood was cast to be the singing superheroine Dazzler in X-Men: The Last Stand. However, she did not shoot any scenes as her character (and many others) were cut from the film.

Charity work[edit]

Mahood hosted for the eighteenth consecutive time in 2015 on the Saskatchewan-based telethon Telemiracle. Her hosting duties include introducing talent and speaking with various people who have raised funds. She also performed at The Bohemian Ball in Toronto on 20 February 2009. The 2009 Bohemian Ball, organised by the Canada Czech Republic Chamber of Commerce, was held in support of the SickKids Foundation and the Hospital for Sick Children.

Mahood is a supporter of the following initiatives: the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Alberta’s Children’s Hospital, the David Foster Foundation and the CIBC Run for the Cure. She is also the spokesperson for the Pink Mitten Campaign, which raises money for breast cancer research, education and awareness programs.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Details
Girl Out of the Ordinary
  • Release date: 3 February 1998
  • Label: Spin Records
Moody Blue
  • Release date: 23 March 2004
  • Label: Spin Records
Have a Little Faith
  • Release date: 2006
  • Label: Spin Records
This Christmas Celebrate Me Home
  • Release date: 4 November 2008
  • Label: BPM Entertainment
Unmistakable
  • Release date: 4 November 2008
  • Label: BPM Entertainment
Hope and Gasoline
  • Release date: 12 November 2013
  • Label: Spin Music
New Religion
  • Release date: 13 February 2017
  • Label: Spin Music

Singles[edit]

1990s[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
CAN Country
1997 Girl Out of the Ordinary 10 Girl Out of the Ordinary
“A Little Thing Called Love” 12
1998 “Let’s Kiss and Make Up” (with Ken Munshaw) 17
Radio 101 17
1999 “I Love How You Listen to Me” 23
“The Way a Woman Feels” 38
“—” denotes releases that did not chart

2000s[edit]

Year Single Album
2002 “Absolutely” N/A
2003 “The First Day You Wake Up Alone” Moody Blue
2004 “I Like That Shirt”
2005 “End of a Long Goodbye”
“My Wheels Got Wings”
“Making It Up as You Go”
2007 “Good to Be Alive” Unmistakable
2008 “This Girl”
“Rewrite History”

2010s[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
CAN Country
[3]
2013 “Hope and Gasoline” 16 Hope and Gasoline
“I Can’t Outrun You” 48
2014 “Sunday I’m an Angel” 24 New Religion
2015 “Atmosphere”
2016 “New Religion”
“—” denotes releases that did not chart

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Album
1999 “Which Way Is Love” John Landry Forever Took Too Long
2001 “Couple on the Cake” Steve Fox Small World
2016 “You’re My Home” Mark Wills N/A

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1997 “Girl Out of the Ordinary” Terrance Odette
“Hook, Line and Sinker”
“A Little Thing Called Love”
All Through the Night
1998 “Let’s Kiss and Make Up” (with Ken Munshaw)
“Radio 101”
1999 “The Way a Woman Feels”
“Which Way Is Love” (with John Landry)
2001 “Couple on the Cake” (with Steve Fox) Terrance Odette
“Christmas Lullaby”
2002 “Absolutely”
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
2003 “The First Day You Wake Up Alone” Steven Goldmann
2007 “Good to Be Alive” Warren P. Sonoda
2008 “This Girl” Margaret Malandruccolo
“Freckles”
2012 “Taking Care of Christmas” (with Randy Bachman)
2013 “Hope and Gasoline” Jeth Weinrich
“I Can’t Outrun You”
2014 “Sunday I’m an Angel”
“Chariots of Fire” (with Kenny Munshaw)

Awards[edit]

  • CCMA Independent Female Artist – 2004, 1999, 1998
  • CMT Independent Recording Artist of the Year, 1997[4]
  • Ontario Country Music Association: Rising Star, Female Vocalist, Group or Duo, Single, 1998
  • RPM Big Country Awards: Rising Star 1998
  • RPM Big Country Awards: Group of The Year (with Lace) 1999
  • OCPHA: Group of the Year (with Lace) – 2002, 2000
  • OCPHA: Vocal Collaboration (with Steve Fox – Couple on the Cake) 2002

Britt McKillip

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Britt McKillip

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Britt McKillip
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Born (1991-01-18) January 18, 1991 (age 26)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress, musician
Years active 1998–present
Relatives Carly McKillip (sister)

Britt McKillip (born January 18, 1991) is a Canadian actress and musician best known for her role in the movie Scary Godmother: Halloween Spooktacular and its sequel Scary Godmother: The Revenge of Jimmy as Hannah Marie, and for her role as Reggie Lass in the cable series Dead Like Me,[1] the film Dead Like Me: Life After Death (based on the series), and her voiceover roles as Cloe in Bratz and Princess Cadance in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.

Biography[edit]

Her father is the producer Tom McKillip, and her mother the songwriter Lynda McKillip. She has an older sister, Carly McKillip, who is also an actress. Britt performs together with Carly in the country group One More Girl. Their debut album, Big Sky, was released on October 6, 2009, in Canada. The group released a new single “The Hard Way” in 2014.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

List of film performances
Year Title Role Notes
2000 Mission to Mars Child at Party
2001 Barbie in the Nutcracker Peppermint Girl (voice) Video
2002 Brother’s Keeper Young Lucinda / Marie
2002 Barbie as Rapunzel Melody (voice) Video
2003 My Little Pony: A Charming Birthday Tra La La (voice) Video
2003 Baby Looney Tunes: Eggs-traordinary Adventure Baby Lola (voice) Video
2004 My Little Pony: Dancing in the Clouds Tra La La (voice) Video
2005 Candy Land: The Great Lollipop Adventure Princess Lolly (voice) Video
2005 Barbie: Fairytopia Pixie No. 1 (voice) Video
2005 Bob the Butler Alex
2005 My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas Tra La La (voice) Video short
2006 My Little Pony: Friends are Never Far Away Tra La La (voice) Video
2006 My Little Pony: Greetings from Unicornia Tra La La (voice) Video short
2006 My Little Pony Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow Tra La La (voice) Video
2006 My Little Pony: A Very Pony Place Tra La La (voice) Video
2006 My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade Tra La La (voice) Video
2006 Bratz: Babyz the Movie (voice) Video
2006 Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses Janessa (voice) Video
2007 Barbie as the Island Princess Rita (voice) Video
2007 Trick ‘r Treat Macy
2008 Ace of Hearts Julia Harding
2008 My Little Pony Live! The World’s Biggest Tea Party Tra La La (voice) Video
2008 Bratz Babyz Save Christmas Cloe (voice) Video
2009 Dead Like Me: Life After Death Reggie Lass Video
2010 Strawberry Shortcake: The Berryfest Princess Blueberry Mufin / Berrykin No. 4 (voice) Video
2010 Bratz: Pampered Petz Cloe (voice) Video
2012 Bratz: Desert Jewelz Cloe (voice)
2013 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Princess Cadance (voice)
2013 Coming Home for Christmas Melanie
2015 My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Friendship Games Dean Cadance (voice)
2017 My Little Pony: The Movie Princess Cadance (voice)

Television[edit]

List of television performances
Year Title Role Notes
1998 In the Doghouse Sophie Wagner TV movie
1998 You, Me and the Kids Lost girl at supermarket Episode: “Street Smarts”
1998 Don’t Look Down Young Rachel TV movie
1998 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show Little Mrs. McGann Episode: “Honey, We’re Young at Heart”
1998 Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits Brook Bouton Episode: “Mary 25
1999 Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits Sara Kohler Episode: “The Grell
2000 Ratz Young Jennifer TV movie
2000 Special Delivery Blair TV movie
2001 Night Visions Kyra Martindelli Episode: “Neighborhood Watch”
2002 Breaking News Meigan Sloan Episode: “Pilot”
2002 Make Way for Noddy Tessie Bear (voice) Recurring role
2002 Sabrina: Friends Forever Sabrina Spellman (voice) TV movie
2002 Kelly Dream Club Chelsie (voice) video gift set
2002–2005 Baby Looney Tunes Baby Lola (voice) Recurring role
2003 Scary Godmother: Halloween Spooktakular Hannah Marie (voice) TV movie
2003–2004 Sabrina’s Secret Life Sabrina Spellman (voice) Lead role
2003–2004 Dead Like Me Regina ‘Reggie’ Lass Recurring role
2004 Franklin Betty (voice) Episode: “Franklin and Betty”
2004-2005 Toddworld Stella (new voice) Season 2 Episodes
2005 Scary Godmother: The Revenge of Jimmy Hannah Marie (voice) TV movie
2005 FBI: Negotiator Annie Moss TV movie
2005–2006 Trollz Amethyst (voice) Main character
2005–2006 Coconut Fred’s Fruit Salad Island Bingo Cherry (voice) Main character
2006 Class of the Titans Hope (voice) Episode: “Little Box of Horrors”
2006 Holiday Wishes Britney King TV movie
2007 Bratz: Super Babyz Cloe (voice) Video game
2008 Bratz Cloe (voice) Main character
2008 Desperate Hours: An Amber Alert Katie TV movie
2009 Zixx Amy 3 episodes
2011–2013 Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures Blueberry Muffin (voice) 32 episodes
2012 R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour Michelle Episode: “Stage Fright”
2012–present My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Princess Cadance, Lyra (voice) Recurring role
2016 Beat Bugs Katter
2016-17 Frequency Young Meghan Recurring role

Carly McKillip

Carly McKillip

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McKillip performing with One More Girl in 2012
Born (1989-02-13) February 13, 1989 (age 28)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actress, singer
Spouse(s) Darren Savard (m. 2015)
Relatives Britt McKillip (sister)

Carly McKillip (born February 13, 1989) is a Canadian actress and musician known for her title role in the television series Alice, I Think. She also performs together with her sister Britt in the country group One More Girl. She was occasionally miscredited as Carly McKillup. She also provided the voice of Sakura Avalon, the title character of the Nelvana dubbed anime television series Cardcaptors.

Biography[edit]

McKillip was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her father, Tom McKillip, is a record producer, and her mother, Lynda McKillip, is a songwriter. She has a younger sister named Britt McKillip, who is also an actress. She married Darren Savard, lead guitarist for Dallas Smith, on May 9, 2015.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

McKillip voiced the role of Ali O’Keefe on the television series Life As We Know It. She also played the title role in Alice, I Think, a Canadian television series that aired 2006 on The Comedy Network and CTV. She is also the former lead vocalist in the Vancouver band Borderline. McKillip also performs together with her sister Britt in the country group One More Girl. Their debut album, Big Sky, was released on October 6, 2009, in Canada. In addition to this the country duo came out with a new single called “The Hard Way” in 2014.

Filmography[edit]

Discography[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Video
2013 “Duet” (with Wes Mack)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Result
2014 Canadian Country Music Association CMT Video of the Year – “Duet” Nominated
All Star Band – Keyboards Nominated
 2016 Motive (TV Series)
Emma Chapman

The Score (2016) … Emma Chapman
 2013 Coming Home for Christmas (Video)
Kate
 2010 Triple Dog
Nina (as Carly Mckillip)
 2010 Canadian Comedy Shorts (TV Series)
Shelley Johnson (segment ‘Breakdown’)

Holy War Dance Party (2010) … Shelley Johnson (segment ‘Breakdown’)
 2008 Bratz Girlz Really Rock
Anna (voice)
 2007 Bionic Woman (TV Series)
Vivian

Paradise Lost (2007) … Vivian
 2007 Barbie as the Island Princess (Video)
Gina (voice, as Carly Mckillup)
 2007 Hot Rod
High School Girl
 2006 Just a Phase (TV Movie)
Suzie
 2006 Alice, I Think (TV Series)
Alice MacLeod

When Mom’s Away (2006) … Alice MacLeod
Wise Womyn (2006) … Alice MacLeod
Smitten in Smithers (2006) … Alice MacLeod
Pit Stop (2006) … Alice MacLeod
Paintball (2006) … Alice MacLeod
 2006/I Breakdown (Short)
Shelly Johnson
 2005 School of Life (TV Movie)
Devon
 2004 Jack (TV Movie)
Jenny
 2000-2002 What About Mimi? (TV Series)
Sincerity Travers

Law and Disorder/Where’s the Fire? (2002) … Sincerity Travers (voice, as Carly McKillup)
Save the Rainforest/Father’s Day (2002) … Sincerity Travers (voice, as Carly McKillup)
The Creeps/Sports Day (2002) … Sincerity Travers (voice, as Carly McKillup)
Millionaire Mogul/Block Party (2002) … Sincerity Travers (voice, as Carly McKillup)
Uniformity/Caddy Girl (2002) … Sincerity Travers (voice, as Carly McKillup)
 2002 Sabrina the Teenage Witch in Friends Forever (TV Movie)
Portia (voice)
 2002 Breaking News (TV Series)
Emily Sloan

Pilot (2002) … Emily Sloan
 2002 Courage the Cowardly Dog (TV Series)
Velvet Vic

Campsite of Terror/Record Deal (2002) … Velvet Vic (voice, uncredited)
 2000-2001 CardCaptors (TV Series)
Sakura Avalon

Revelations, Part 2 (2001) … Sakura Avalon (voice)
Revelations, Part 1 (2001) … Sakura Avalon (voice)
A Slippery Slope (2001) … Sakura Avalon (voice)
The Vanishing Act (2001) … Sakura Avalon (voice)
 2001 Saving Silverman
Cute Girl
 1999 Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie
Sakura Avalon (English version, voice)
 1998 Don’t Look Down (TV Movie)
Young Carla
 1998 Stranger in Town (TV Movie)
Kim
 1998 Floating Away (TV Movie)
Singing Girl
 1998 The Net (TV Series)
Jennifer Mayall

Death of an Angel (1998) … Jennifer Mayall (as Carly McKillop)
 1998 The Hunted (TV Movie)
Little Girl
 1997 Poltergeist: The Legacy (TV Series)
Amber

Lullaby (1997) … Amber
 1997 Jitters (TV Movie)
Kristen
 1996 The X-Files (TV Series)
Caitlin Ross

Paper Hearts (1996) … Caitlin Ross
 1996 For Hope (TV Movie)
Laura Altman
 1996 The Limbic Region (TV Movie)
Jennifer Lucca – Age 5 Years (as Carly McKillup)
 1996 She Woke Up Pregnant (TV Movie)
Jessica Loftis (as Carl McKillup)
 1995 The Marshal (TV Series)
Molly MacBride

Time Off for Clever Behavior (1995) … Molly MacBride
Kissing Cousins (1995) … Molly MacBride
Pass the Gemelli (1995) … Molly MacBride
The New Marshal (1995) … Molly MacBride
Buy Hard (1995) … Molly MacBride

Emily Tennant

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Emily Tennant

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Emily Tennant
Born (1990-08-09) August 9, 1990 (age 27)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present

Emily Tennant (born August 9, 1990[1]) is a Canadian film and television actress.

Life and career[edit]

Tennant was born in Vancouver.[1]

In 2000, she played her first role in the romantic comedy film, Personally Yours.[2] After that, she could be seen in some minor roles in TV series and films. In 2004, she played a recurring role in the comedy horror series Kingdom Hospital. In 2005, Tennant had a minor role of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.[3]

She starred in the 2009 thriller, Zombie Punch. She won a Leo Award in the category Best Performance by a Female in a Short Drama for Valentines in 2009.[4] Tennant played a main role in the Canadian teen sitcom Mr. Young (2011–13).[5] In 2014–15, Tennant played Cecelia Rendall on the Hallmark Channel drama, Cedar Cove.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 The Rhino Brothers Mellisa Kanachowski
2002 Killer Bees! Cassidy Harris
2004 Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Young Daphne
2004 I, Robot Young Girl
2005 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Krista Rodman
2006 Dr. Dolittle 3 Party Kid #2
2006 John Tucker Must Die Hallway Girl
2007 Juno Pretty-to-Goth Girl
2008 Valentine Jess Short film
2009 Zombie Punch Paige Turner Lead role
2009 I Love You, Beth Cooper Raupp’s Sophomore 2
2009 Jennifer’s Body Gossiping Girl
2010 Frankie & Alice Paige (16 years old)
2010 Flicka 2 Amy Walker Direct-to-Video
2010 Triple Dog Sarah Algrenn
2011 Christmas Comes Home to Canaan Sarah Burton
2014 Way of the Wicked Heather
2014 Feed the Gods Brit [7]
2016 USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage Clara

Television[edit]

Year Series Role Notes
2000 Dark Angel Language Student 1 Episode: “Heat
2000 Personally Yours Hannah Stanton Television movie; also known as Wilderness Love
2003 Rockpoint P.D. Tina Episode: “Cat Got Your Tongue?”
2004 Kingdom Hospital Mona Klingerman Recurring role, 6 episodes
2004 The Days Pretty Girl #2 Episode: “Day 1,385
2005 Reunion Girl Episode: “1993
2006 Masters of Horror Teenage Blonde Girl Episode: “Family
2007 Destination: Infestation Jamie Ross Television movie
2008 Sanctuary Patricia Heathering Episode: “Warriors
2008 Riddles of the Sphinx Karen Television movie
2009 Supernatural Paris Hilton Fan #1 Episode: “Fallen Idols
2009 Christmas in Canaan Older Sarah Television movie
2010 Battle of the Bulbs Susie Wallace Television movie[8]
2011–2013 Mr. Young Ivy Young Main role, 55 episodes
2014–2015 Cedar Cove Cecilia Rendall Recurring role, 10 episodes
2014 Some Assembly Required Isabelle Episode: “Just Like a Baby
2014 Supernatural Tasha Episode: “Paper Moon
2014 Driven Underground Kristy Television movie
2015 A Novel Romance Tabitha Television movie
2015 If There Be Thorns Melodie Richarme Television movie
2015 Truth&Lies Taylor Television movie; also known as Text to Kill
2015 The Wedding March Grace Pershing Television movie
2016 Motive Lexi Moore Episodes: “Chronology of Pain“, “We’ll Always Have Homicide
2016 Legends of Tomorrow Young Clarissa Stein Episode: “Compromised”
2017 The Surrogate’s Nightmare Shelly Television movie
2017 Daughter for Sale Carly Television movie

Janel Parrish

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Janel Parrish

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Janel Parrish
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Parrish in May 2013
Born Janel Meilani Parrish
(1988-10-30) October 30, 1988 (age 28)
Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present
Website Official website

Janel Meilani Parrish (born October 30, 1988) is an American actress. She is best known for playing Mona Vanderwaal on the Freeform mystery drama series Pretty Little Liars. She is also known for portraying Young Cosette in the Broadway production of Les Misérables (1996), and Jade in the teen comedy film Bratz (2007). In 2014, Parrish participated in the 19th season of Dancing with the Stars, taking third place.

Early life[edit]

Parrish was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, to Joanne (née Mew),[1] who is of Han Chinese descent, and Mark Phillip Parrish, who is of European descent.[2] She has one sister, Melissa Nohelani, who is eight years older and served in the U.S. Army.[3] Her parents were former bodybuilders,[4] and her mother worked for a Honolulu health club.[5]

At age six, Parrish saw a production of The Phantom of the Opera at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center and fell in love with the idea of performing.[6] She began playing the piano, and within a year was also studying acting, singing, tap and jazz dance.[7] She entered several talent contests, and became well known to local Oahu residents.[8] At age 14, she appeared in the 2003 remake of Star Search, performing the song “On My Own” from Les Misérables.[9] She attended Moanalua Elementary School,[2] and Moanalua High School for her freshman year.[7] Parrish lived in Kaneohe, Hawaii until the age of 14, when she and her family moved to Burbank, Los Angeles so she could pursue a career in the entertainment industry.[7][10] Parrish was then homeschooled in order to accommodate her work schedule.[11]

Career[edit]

Acting[edit]

Parrish began her acting career when she was cast as Young Cosette in the National Touring Company of Les Misérables, and later portrayed the role for two months in the Broadway production at the Imperial Theatre.[12] She subsequently appeared in several community theatre productions in Hawaii – most notably as Jean Louise “Scout” Finch in Manoa Valley Theatre’s revival of To Kill a Mockingbird in 1998.[5][13] In 1999, Parrish landed her first substantial television role in NBC‘s action series Baywatch, appearing in two episodes as Hina, a young girl whom Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff) saves from drowning.

Parrish in July 2007

In 2000, Parrish was featured in Disney‘s live-action television film based on the Pinocchio story, Geppetto, portraying the role of Natalie.[14] She then went on to appear as Vanessa in The WB‘s short-lived sitcom The O’Keefes. Parrish also appeared in shows and made-for-television films on the Disney Channel, and also guest starred in Fox‘s sitcom The Bernie Mac Show, Nickelodeon‘s children’s comedy-drama series Zoey 101,[15] and Fox’s teen drama series The O.C..[2] Parrish then portrayed Bratz member Jade in the 2007 live-action film Bratz. The role was her first in a motion picture, as well as her first starring role.[16] In May 2007, shortly before the release of Bratz, she was signed to the William Morris Agency.[17] She then landed a recurring role in the NBC supernatural drama series Heroes.[18]

Parrish played Mona Vanderwaal for the duration of the Freeform teen drama series Pretty Little Liars, based on the book series by Sara Shepard.[19] Mona is introduced in the first season as a teenage outsider who uses her intelligence and resources to torment others anonymously. In March 2012, Parrish was promoted to a series regular for the third season, and stayed a regular for the remainder of the series.[20] For her performance as Mona, she won Choice TV – Villain at the Teen Choice Awards four times from five nominations.[21]

In February 2012, Parrish returned to her stage roots in a production of the musical Spring Awakening. She portrayed Anna, while also understudying the lead female role of Wendla Bergmann.[22] That same year, she had a supporting role in the romantic comedy-drama film Celeste and Jesse Forever. She subsequently guest starred in the CBS drama series Hawaii Five-0, playing the role of Rebecca Fine, an ambitious and strong-willed chemistry student,[23] and made a guest appearance in Lifetime‘s fantasy legal drama series Drop Dead Diva as cheerleader Chelsea Putnam.[24] Also in 2014, Parrish led the cast of the Lifetime thriller film High School Possession as Lauren Brady.[25] The following year, she had a guest role as villainess Jillian Havemeyer in NBC’s comedy-drama series The Mysteries of Laura.[26] In 2017, she guest starred in Fox’s procedural drama series Rosewood, playing Selena Monet, a young popstar. Parrish is set to portray the lead role of Sandy Dumbrowski in the upcoming Toronto production of Grease, alongside Katie Findlay.[27]

Parrish will co-star with Mickey Rourke in the boxing drama Tiger,[28] and portrays Lisa Wagner in the upcoming romance film Until We Meet Again, alongside Jackson Rathbone.[29] She will also co-star as Margot Covey in the film adaptation of Jenny Han‘s young adult romance novel To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, with Lana Condor and John Corbett.[30] Parrish will then appear alongside Angela Trimbur and Fairuza Balk in the home-invasion thriller Hell Is Where the Home Is.[31] She is set to reprise her role as Mona Vanderwaal in the upcoming Pretty Little Liars spin-off drama series, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists.[32]

Music[edit]

At age eight, Parrish won a statewide singing competition in Hawaii.[33] She began writing her own music as a teenager and eventually became the lead singer of the three-piece girl group, Impulse.[34] In 2007, Parrish was signed to Geffen Records as a solo artist to produce her first album.[35] Her first single, “Rainy Day”, which she wrote herself, and its music video, was released on July 7, 2007. The song also featured on the Bratz soundtrack.[36] Parrish made appearances in Prima J‘s music video for “Rock Star” and NLT‘s music video for “She Said, I Said”, which were both featured on the Bratz soundtrack. She also provided background vocals for the latter.[37] In April 2015, she released two songs, “Heart Made of Stone” and “Senseless”, both of which she co-wrote with Vince Pizzinga.[38][39]

Other ventures[edit]

In August 2014, Parrish was announced as one of the celebrities competing on the 19th season of Dancing with the Stars. She was paired with professional dancer Valentin Chmerkovskiy.[40] During week three, “Movie Night”, the couple became the first to earn a perfect score with their Jazz dance, and held the record for earliest perfect score on the show (the record was later matched by Bethany Mota and her partner Derek Hough on the same night). Parrish and Chmerkovskiy reached the final but ended up in third place, behind Alfonso Ribeiro and Sadie Robertson, who took first and second place respectively.[41]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Bratz Jade
2009 Fired Up! Lana
2009 April Showers Vicki
2010 Triple Dog Cecily Gerber
2011 One Kine Day Leilani
2011 4 Wedding Planners Hoku Wolf
2012 Celeste and Jesse Forever Savannah
2013 To Those Nights Audrey Short film
2013 Something Wicked Ronnie Short film
2017 Until We Meet Again Lisa Wagner Completed
2017 Tiger Charlotte Completed
2017 The Purple Rose Kate Riley In post-production
2018 To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Margot Covey In post-production
2018 Hell Is Where the Home Is Estelle In post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Baywatch Hina 2 episodes
2000 Geppetto Natalie Television film
2003 The O’Keefes Vanessa Episode: “Party”
2004 Bernie Mac Show, TheThe Bernie Mac Show Laura Episode: “Being Bernie Mac”
2006 Zoey 101 Sara Episode: “The Silver Hammer Society”
2006 O.C., TheThe O.C. Leah Episode: “The Summer Bummer”
2007–2008 Heroes May 4 episodes
2009 True Jackson, VP Kyla Episode: “Flirting with Fame”
2010–2017 Pretty Little Liars Mona Vanderwaal Recurring role (seasons 12)
Main role (seasons 37)
2013 Hawaii Five-0 Rebecca Fine Episode: “Kapu”
2014 Drop Dead Diva Chelsea Putnam Episode: “Cheers & Jeers”
2014 Dancing with the Stars Herself Contestant on season 19
2014 High School Possession Lauren Brady Television film
2015 Mysteries of Laura, TheThe Mysteries of Laura Jillian Havemeyer Episode: “The Mystery of the Crooked Clubber”
2016 Rush Hour Nina Taylor Episode: “Wind Beneath My Wingman”
2017 Rosewood Selena Monet Episode: “Mummies & Meltdowns”
TBA Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists Mona Vanderwaal Main role; upcoming series

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role Location(s) Ref
1996 Les Misérables Young Cosette National tour and Imperial Theatre [12]
1998 To Kill a Mockingbird Scout Finch Manoa Valley Theatre [42]
1999 Here’s Love Susan Walker Diamond Head Theatre [43]
2000 The Best Christmas Pageant Ever Beth Bradley Diamond Head Theatre [44]
2001 On Dragonfly Wings Wendy Waterbug Leeward Community College Theater [45]
2012 Spring Awakening Anna Theatre of Arts Arena Stage [46]
2015 Cruel Intentions: The Musical Kathryn Merteuil Rockwell Table & Stage
2017 A Walk to Remember: The Musical Jamie Sullivan Prospect Theatre [47]
2017 Cruel Intentions: The Musical Cecile Caldwell (Le) Poisson Rouge [48]
2017 Grease Sandy Dumbrowski Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres [49]

Soundtrack[edit]

Year Film Song Notes
2007 Bratz “Rainy Day” Writer and performer
2008 Guiding Light “Won’t Let You Go” Writer and performer
2009 April Showers “I Won’t Cry” Performer
2009 The Kings of Appletown “I’m Changing” Performer
2010 Triple Dog “Rush” Performer
2014 Pretty Little Liars Gravity Performer
2017 Rosewood “Dance for Me” Performer

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
1999 Po’okela Awards Leading Female in a Play To Kill a Mockingbird Nominated [50]
2000 Po’okela Awards Leading Female in a Musical Here’s Love Nominated [51]
2002 Po’okela Awards Leading Female in a Musical On Dragonfly Wings Nominated [52]
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV – Villain Pretty Little Liars Won [53]
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV – Villain Pretty Little Liars Won [54]
2013 TV Guide Awards Favorite Villain (with Keegan Allen) Pretty Little Liars Nominated [55]
2014 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV – Villain Pretty Little Liars Nominated [56]
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV – Villain Pretty Little Liars Won [57]
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV – Villain Pretty Little Liars Won [58]

Scout Taylor-Compton

Scout Taylor-Compton

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Taylor-Compton at Spooky Empire’s Ultimate Horror Weekend 2014 held in Orlando, Florida.
Born Desariee Starr Compton
(1989-02-21) February 21, 1989 (age 28)
Long Beach, California, U.S.
Occupation
  • Actress
Years active 1998–present

Scout Taylor-Compton (born February 21, 1989) is an American actress. She has appeared in numerous small television roles and in feature films.[1] Her most notable roles include Laurie Strode in the horror films Halloween (2007) and Halloween II (2009), as well as Lita Ford in the film The Runaways (2010).

Taylor-Compton also sang the theme song for her film Chicken Night (2001). Taylor-Compton also provided voice over work in other films, including The Core (2003).

Personal life[edit]

Scout Taylor-Compton was born Desariee Starr Compton in Long Beach, California,[2] and is half Mexican American on her mother’s side.[3] Taylor-Compton says she “grew up in that whole [horror] genre and visiting my dad at the mortuary. I have no problem with that stuff. Whether it was a coffin or my dad bringing his work home.” Andy Biersack from Black Veil Brides, her ex-boyfriend whom she dated for six years, composed the song “The Mortician’s Daughter” about her.[4]

Career[edit]

In 1998, Taylor-Compton began her acting career with an appearance in the film A.W.O.L. with David Morse, and later in the short film Thursday Afternoon. She went on to have small roles in both television and film including Ally McBeal, ER, Frasier, The Guardian and The Division. She appeared in several student films, commercials for Fuji Film and the Disney Cruise Line, and various skits on The Jay Leno Show.[5] November 2000 saw Taylor-Compton make her stage debut as the title character in a production of Annie Warbucks at The Grove Theatre in Upland, California, and a stage production of Footloose at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.

In 2001, she had a recurring role as Clara Forrester, the younger sister of Dean Forrester (Jared Padalecki) in the television series Gilmore Girls, appearing in a total of four episodes until 2004. Taylor-Compton was nominated for “Best Performance in a TV Series – Recurring Young Actress” for her portrayal of Clara.[6] She made a comedic appearance in the film Four Fingers of the Dragon (2003) playing herself auditioning for a role in a fictional Kung Fu film. Later in 2004, she appeared in the teen comedy Sleepover, which had been her first large Hollywood film role. The cast of the film was nominated for “Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast” at the Young Artists Award. Following Sleepover, she appeared in numerous television series including Hidden Howie, Unfabulous (2 episodes), Cold Case, That’s So Raven, Charmed (appearing in 8 episodes between 2000 and 2006 as various Fairies), and Without a Trace (in which she portrayed a runaway teenager).

In 2007, Taylor-Compton joined the cast on ABC’S Friday Night Live. That year as well, she starred in the drama Tomorrow is Today and the horror film Wicked Little Things. Tomorrow is Today features Taylor-Compton as Julie Peterson, a girl who saves the life of and befriends a hapless drifter. The film won over six awards at various festivals which included the California Independent Film Festival, the Garden State Film Festival, Method Fest Independent Film Festival, and the Rhode Island International Film Festival. She won “Best Actress” for her performance in the film at the Method Fest Independent Film Festival.[7] Wicked Little Things was one of the films featured in After Dark’s 8 Films to Die For and saw Taylor-Compton star as Sarah Tunny. Following these films, she appeared in Standoff and Close to Home.

In 2007, Taylor-Compton appeared in the film An American Crime which told the true story of suburban housewife Gertrude Baniszewski, who had kept a teenage girl locked in the basement of her Indiana home during the 1960s. Taylor-Compton then returned to the horror genre as Laurie Strode in Rob Zombie‘s remake of the classic Halloween. She endured a long audition process, but as director Zombie explains, “Scout was my first choice. There was just something about her; she had a genuine quality. She didn’t seem actor-y.”[4] Halloween currently stands as the highest grossing overall film in the Halloween franchise.[8]

She starred in the television movie Love’s Unfolding Dream, which premiered on November 24, 2007, and in the horror film April Fool’s Day, a remake of the 1986 film of the same name, filmed in North Carolina, that had a March 25, 2008 DVD release.[9] Taylor-Compton explained at the time on the starring in the role of Torrance: “I’ll just be playing another wholesome ‘good girl’ that screams a lot.”[3] She also made another horror film, the 2009 film Life Blood, in which she had a cameo as Carrie Lain.

However, in an interview conducted in July 2007, Taylor-Compton did report that after completing April Fool’s Day she wanted to stay away from roles in the horror genre for her next film projects.[10] Although she has received many horror film scripts, she believes that she “need[s] to move on from horror. Just drift away a little bit and do something else so I don’t get stuck in that” and although she “love[s] doing horror films” and are her “favorite”, she’d “like to do other stuff in between.”[11] She has recently been influenced by the career of Scarlett Johansson, wanting to choose scripts and roles based on personal interest as she views Johansson does. Taylor-Compton went on to explain, “That’s what I kind of want to do. I love just being passionate about something rather than just caring about the money or who’s in the movie.[12] 2009 saw Taylor-Compton alongside Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci in Love Ranch. Then she went on to star in the film Obsessed alongside Beyoncé Knowles. Her following film to hit theaters was Halloween II, Rob Zombie’s sequel to the 2007 remake. The movie opened the same day as The Final Destination, another high profile horror film, and had disappointing box office returns as a result.

In 2010, she appeared in The Runaways, where she plays Lita Ford, alongside Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning and Stella Maeve.

Other work[edit]

In 1998, she appeared in The Adventures of Lily music video for “Femme Fatale”. In 2001, Taylor Compton provided voice overs for I Am Sam, and continued with voice over work with appearances in The Core (2003) and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004). The next year, she provided voice over work for the teen hero comedy Sky High. She sang the theme song “Jet Set” for her film Chicken Night (2001).[13] 2002 saw Taylor-Compton appearing briefly in the Will Smith music video for “Black Suits Comin’ (Nod Ya Head)” for the Men in Black II soundtrack. She appeared in the music video for “Sweet Valentine” by the band Born the Sky in 2007.

In 2003, Taylor-Compton had taken vocal lessons with Diane Gillespie and Vocal Power Institute, guitar, drums and keyboard lessons, and was member a theatre group called “Shenanigans,” where she performed and took weekly tap and jazz lessons.[13] She attended the Hollywood Pop Academy for additional vocal training.[14]

In 2007, Taylor-Compton was also working on her debut rock/pop album,[2] in which she will sing and play drums. She cites Cyndi Lauper, Gwen Stefani, Madonna, Kelly Osbourne and the band Green Day as her musical influences.[12] Taylor-Compton has been working with ERA Productions and “with a very well known punk/pop singer”,[6] Vitamin C.

While on the set filming Halloween (2007), Taylor-Compton had received “a few pointers” from director Rob Zombie, who had also fronted a band and continues his singing career.[11] She has stated that singing is a side project and “is just a little talent that I have on the side, and if it does something then I’ll do that, but I’m not gonna give up acting.”[15]

Temporary disappearance[edit]

In 2005, she went missing for a couple of weeks, until she was found and it was revealed she had run away from home.[16]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Thursday Afternoon Anna Short film
2001 Window That Opens, AA Window That Opens Katherine Jane Short film
2001 Chicken Night Penny Short film
2003 7 Songs Molly
2003 Afterschool Delight Scout Short film
2004 13 Going on 30 Tiffany
2004 Sleepover Farrah James
2006 Honeyfields, TheThe Honeyfields Mary Beth Short film
2006 Tomorrow Is Today Julie Peterson
2006 Wicked Little Things Sarah Tunny
2007 American Crime, AnAn American Crime Stephanie Baniszewski
2007 Halloween Laurie Strode
2008 April Fool’s Day Torrance Caldwell Video
2009 Obsessed Samantha
2009 Smile Pretty Nasty
2009 Halloween II Laurie Strode
2009 First Time, TheThe First Time Anya Benton AKA, Love at First Hiccup
2009 Life Blood Carrie Lane Video
2010 Runaways, TheThe Runaways Lita Ford
2010 Love Ranch Christina
2010 Triple Dog Liza
2011 247°F Jenna
2012 Someone Like You Courtney Short film
2012 Silent Thief, TheThe Silent Thief Elise Henderson
2013 Wet and Reckless Sonya ‘Turbo’
2014 7500 Jacinta Bloch
2015 Tag Rae
2015 Return to Sender Crystal
2016 Ghost House Julie
2016 Dirty Lies Stacey Completed
2016 Cured Young Woman Short film, completed
2016 Penance Lane Sherry
2016 Feral Alice Post-production
2017 Get the Girl Jade
2017 Edge of Insanity Rylee Summers completed
2017 Andover Emma Grady post-production
2018 The Lumber Baron Mary Catherine Rimsdale filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Ally McBeal Young Georgia “Over the Rainbow”
2000 Charmed Thistle “Once Upon a Time”
2001 ER Liz Woodman “A Walk in the Woods”
2001–2004 Gilmore Girls Clara Forester Recurring role; 4 episodes
2003 Audrey’s Rain Young Marguerite TV film
2003 Lyon’s Den, TheThe Lyon’s Den Girl Fenderson “Things She Said”
2003–2006 Charmed Fairy Recurring role
2003–2004 Guardian, TheThe Guardian Tiffany Skovich / Sharon Diamond “The Line”, “The Bachelor Party”
2004 Class Actions Lydia Harrison TV film
2004 Division, TheThe Division Katrina “Trina” Merril “The Kids Are Alright”
2004–2005 Unfabulous Molly “The Pink Guitar”, “The Partner”
2005 Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a Public Nuisance Madison TV series
2005 Cold Case Leah (1993) “Wishing”
2005 That’s So Raven Lauren Parker “Goin’ Hollywood”
2006 Without a Trace Emily Grant “White Balance”
2006 Standoff Tina Bolt “Peer Group”
2007 Close to Home Grace Hendricks “Fall from Grace”
2007 Bones Celia Nash “Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van”
2007 Love’s Unfolding Dream Belinda Tyler TV film
2008 Governor’s Wife, TheThe Governor’s Wife Hayley Danville TV film
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Renata Clarke “Internatal Combustion”
2010 NCIS: Los Angeles Angela Rush “Full Throttle”
2011 CSI: NY Emmy Thomas “Do or Die”
2011 Breakout Kings Starla Roland “Fun with Chemistry”
2012 Grey’s Anatomy Angie “If Only You Were Lonely”
2014 Major Crimes Becka Wilshaw “Zoo Story”
2015-2016 Nashville Erin Recurring role; 7 episodes
2016 Rosewood Christa “Forward Motion & Frat Life”, “Spirochete & Santeria”

Britt Robertson (UPDATE)

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Britt Robertson

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Robertson at the October 2010 Hamptons International Film Festival
Born Brittany Leanna Robertson
(1990-04-18) April 18, 1990 (age 27)
Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present
Home town Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.

Brittany Leanna Robertson (born April 18, 1990) is an American actress. She began acting as a child at the Greenville Little Theater in South Carolina and she made her screen debut as the younger version of the title character in an episode of Sheena in 2000. She made a guest appearance on Power Rangers Time Force the following year and received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, or Special – Leading Young Actress for her role in The Ghost Club (2003). Robertson went on to have roles in Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers (2004), Keeping Up with the Steins (2006), Dan in Real Life (2007), The Tenth Circle (2008), Mother and Child (2009), Avalon High (2010), Scream 4 (2011) and The First Time (2011).

Robertson played the lead role of Lux Cassidy in the television drama series Life Unexpected (2010–11), which was cancelled in its second season despite positive reviews. She also had a leading role in the supernatural teen drama television series The Secret Circle (2011–12), but it was also cancelled after its first season. In 2013, she landed a role in the main cast of the science fiction mystery television series Under the Dome, which she played until 2014. She had subsequent roles in the films Delivery Man (2013) and Ask Me Anything (2014), for which she won the Best Actress award at the Nashville Film Festival and she was awarded the Boston Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in White Rabbit (2013).

Robertson received wider recognition in 2015 after landing the roles of Sophia Danko in The Longest Ride and Casey Newton in Tomorrowland. For the former, she was nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress – Drama and for the latter, she was nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress – Sci-Fi/Fantasy. In 2016, she starred in the films Mr. Church, alongside Eddie Murphy, and Mother’s Day, alongside Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts, and in 2017, she starred in the science fiction romance film The Space Between Us and in the comedy-drama film A Dog’s Purpose. That same year, she headlined the Netflix comedy television series Girlboss, portraying a fictionalized version of self-made millionaire Sophia Amoruso.

Early life[edit]

Robertson was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, the daughter of Beverly (née Hayes) and Ryan Robertson, a restaurant owner.[1] Robertson grew up in Greenville, South Carolina. She is the oldest of seven children; her mother and stepfather have three children (2 girls, 1 boy) and her father and stepmother also have three children (1 girl, 2 boys).[2][3]

When she was 14 years old, Robertson moved from North Carolina to Los Angeles to audition for TV pilots. Her grandmother, Shuler Robertson, came with her. Robertson said that they would knit together during down-time on set.[3] She has been living on her own since her grandmother returned to North Carolina when Robertson was sixteen. They remain close.[3] She also stayed in Chester, South Carolina with her grandparents, Shuler and Jerry, for a couple of months while filming The Ghost Club.

Career[edit]

Robertson first appeared before an audience when performing various roles on stage at the Greenville Little Theater in her home town. At age twelve, she began making extended trips to Los Angeles to audition for roles in television series and landed a role in a television pilot for a series which was never picked up by a network. Her first big break came when she was selected to play Michelle Seaver in the Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers.[4] She landed the role of playing Steve Carell‘s teenage daughter, Cara Burns, in the 2007 film Dan in Real Life. Robertson appeared in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the episode “Go to Hell“, and had a role as a recurring character in the CBS television series Swingtown.[5]

In 2008, she played the main character in a Lifetime original film, Trixie Stone, based on Jodi Picoult‘s novel, The Tenth Circle, followed by other television roles.[6][7]

In 2009, she played a small role as DJ in The Alyson Stoner Project. She also made a guest appearance on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the episode “Babes” as Tina Bernardi, a Catholic teen who gets pregnant in a pact. In 2010, she starred in The CW‘s series Life Unexpected as Lux Cassidy, a teenager who, while in the process of being emancipated, gets back in her birth parents’ lives. The show, while set in Portland, Oregon was actually filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.[3] In late autumn 2010, she starred as Allie Pennington in the Disney Channel original film Avalon High, which is based on Meg Cabot‘s book of the same name.

Robertson played Cassie Blake in The CW’s 2011 television series The Secret Circle, but the series was cancelled in 2012 after its first season.[8] That same year, she starred in the film The First Time. In 2013, Robertson was cast as Angie in CBS’s summer series Under the Dome.[9]

In 2014, Robertson won the Boston Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress for White Rabbit. In 2015, she starred with Scott Eastwood in Nicholas Sparks‘ film, The Longest Ride,[10] and also played the starring role in Brad Bird‘s film Tomorrowland, with George Clooney and Hugh Laurie.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Robertson has been dating actor Dylan O’Brien since they met on the set of The First Time in 2011.[12][13][14][15]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 The Ghost Club Carrie
One of Them Young Elizabeth Direct-to-video
2004 The Last Summer Beth
2006 Keeping Up with the Steins Ashley Grunwald
2007 Frank Anna York
Dan in Real Life Cara Burns
2008 From Within Claire
2009 The Alyson Stoner Project DJ B-Rob Direct-to-video
Mother and Child Violet
2010 Cherry Beth
Triple Dog Chapin Wright
2011 Scream 4 Marnie Cooper
Video Girl Video Girl
The Family Tree Kelly Burnett
2012 The First Time Aubrey Miller
2013 White Rabbit Julie
Delivery Man Kristen
2014 Ask Me Anything Katie Kampenfelt / Amy
Cake Becky
2015 The Longest Ride Sophia Danko
Tomorrowland Casey Newton
2016 Mother’s Day Kristin
Mr. Church Charlotte Brooks
Jack Goes Home Cleo
2017 A Dog’s Purpose Hannah
The Space Between Us Tulsa

Television credits[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Sheena Little Sheena Episode: “Buried Secrets”
2001 Power Rangers Time Force Tammy Episode: “Uniquely Trip”
2004 Tangled Up in Blue Tula Television film
Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers Michelle Seaver Television film
2005 – 2006 Freddie Mandy 2 episodes
2006 Women of a Certain Age Doria Television film
Jesse Stone: Night Passage Michelle Genest Television film
2007 The Winner Vivica Episode: Pilot
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Amy Macalino Episode: “Go to Hell”
2008 The Tenth Circle Trixie Stone Television film
Swingtown Samantha Saxton Recurring role; 13 episodes
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Christina “Tina” Divola Bernardi Episode: “Babes”
2009 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Kathy Devildis Episode: “Family Values”
Three Rivers Brenda Stark Episode: “Good Intentions”
2010 Avalon High Allie Pennington Television film
2010 – 2011 Life Unexpected Lux Cassidy Lead role; 26 episodes
2011 – 2012 The Secret Circle Cassie Blake Lead role; 22 episodes
2013 – 2014 Under the Dome Angie McAlister Lead role; 15 episodes
2016 Casual Fallon Recurring role; 4 episodes
2017 Girlboss Sophia Marlowe Lead role; 13 episodes
2017 For the People Sandra Lead role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2004 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special – Leading Young Actress The Ghost Club Nominated [16]
2014 Boston Film Festival Best Supporting Actress White Rabbit Won [17]
Nashville Film Festival Best Actress Ask Me Anything Won [18]
2015 CinemaCon Award Star of Tomorrow N/A Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Tomorrowland Nominated [19]
Choice Movie Actress: Drama The Longest Ride Nominated [19]
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actress The Space Between Us Nominated [20]

Hayley Orrantia

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Orrantia in April 2014
Born Sarah Hayley Orrantia
(1994-02-21) February 21, 1994 (age 23)
Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
Occupation Actress, singer, songwriter
Years active 2010–present

Sarah Hayley Orrantia (born February 21, 1994),[1] known professionally as Hayley Orrantia, is an American actress, singer, and songwriter. She is best known for portraying Erica Goldberg on the ABC comedy series The Goldbergs. She was a member of Lakoda Rayne, a country-pop girl group assembled by Paula Abdul during the first season of The X Factor.

Early life[edit]

Orrantia was born an only child in Arlington, Texas, and grew up in nearby Grand Prairie and Highland Village. She is of English, French, Irish, and Mexican descent.[2][3] She attended public school from elementary to middle school in her hometown of Highland Village. She then attended Marcus High school in nearby Flower Mound until her junior year when she decided to become home schooled to pursue her music and acting training. In high school she used her already well trained voice to get into the schools musical theatre program providing her with her first taste of acting.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Orrantia began singing at the age of nine and began professionally training at the age of 12. She wrote her first song at 13 and by age 14 had recorded her first EP of cover songs. That same year, she began writing with songwriter Jamie Houston who at the time was best known for writing hits for the three of the Disney High School Musical movies. Orrantia recorded the vocals to Houston’s “Magic of a Friend” which was on Disney’s Tinkerbell and The Lost Treasure soundtrack in 2010. Later that year, Orrantia sang background vocals for Demi Lovato on Disney‘s Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam soundtrack and background vocals for Miley Cyrus on Disney’s Hannah Montana Forever soundtrack.[4]

Her first acting role was at age 17 on a Sprint commercial in 2011. She was cast in the independent film Cooper and the Castle Hills Gang, which premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival.

In the summer of 2011, Orrantia auditioned for the first season of The X Factor. Orrantia was selected from a YouTube video submission and received four “yes” votes from the judges during the live audition phase in Seattle, Washington. Although she originally auditioned as a solo artist, during “Hollywood Week”, she and three other female singers, were put into a group for the rest of the auditions. They were eliminated during the fifth week in the live shows.

Since 2013, Orrantia has played Erica Goldberg on the ABC comedy series The Goldbergs. After casting Orrantia and learning of her singing talent, series creator Adam F. Goldberg has written several episodes where Erica sings and plans to continue to highlight her singing talent in future episodes.

In 2015, Orrantia filmed the movie God’s Not Dead 2, released on April 1, 2016.[5][6]

In 2017, she released a new single called ‘Strong, Sweet and Southern’ which she made a music video for. It has had over half a million views on YouTube.

Charity work[edit]

Orrantia wrote the song “Who I Am” for the National Eating Disorders Association and the song “Power of a Girl” for the Girl Scouts of America. She also supports cancer nonprofits Lungevity,[7] Susan G. Komen, and Stand Up to Cancer. Since 2007, she has served as an ambassador for the Texas Music Project, which raises awareness and funds for music education in public schools.

Filmography[edit]

Performing live in 2016.

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2011 Cooper and the Castle Hills Gang Penny
2016 God’s Not Dead 2 Brooke Thawley

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 The X Factor Herself Contestant
2013–present The Goldbergs Erica Goldberg Main Role
2016 Celebrity Name Game Herself Celebrity contestant
2016 Roommates Hayley Web series; 7 episodes

AJ Michalka

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AJ Michalka
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Michalka in 2013
Born Amanda Joy Michalka
(1991-04-10) April 10, 1991 (age 26)
Torrance, California, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • songwriter
  • guitarist
Years active 2002–present
Relatives Aly Michalka (sister)
Musical career
Also known as Amanda Michalka
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
Labels
Associated acts Aly & AJ Steven Universe

Amanda JoyAJMichalka (/mˈʃɑːkə/ mee-SHAH-kah;[1] born April 10, 1991),[2] often credited as simply AJ, is an American actress, singer-songwriter, and musician. She was a model prior to becoming an actress, and is best known as one-half of the duo Aly and AJ (formerly 78Violet) with her sister Aly Michalka. AJ recorded the theme song and accompanying music video for the film Secretariat, entitled “It’s Who You Are.” She also issued a single and video called “All I’ve Ever Needed” from her 2013 film Grace Unplugged. She has also had a successful acting career, and after two seasons in a recurring role as Lainey Lewis on the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, she has been promoted to a regular role on the series for the third season onward.

Early life[edit]

Michalka was born and raised in Torrance, California and is the younger sister of actress and musician, Aly Michalka. Her father, Mark, owns a contracting company, and her mother, Carrie, is a musician and performed with JC Band, a Christian band. Her parents are divorced. As a child, she briefly lived in Seattle and Milwaukee.[3][4] Both she and her sister attended Mack Elementary. She has been playing the piano since she was six and started playing the guitar in her early teens. She started acting when she was five years old, mostly in church play productions. She was raised as a Christian and was homeschooled for part of her childhood.[5][6][7] Michalka was in a number of musical productions at her school in Milwaukee as a young adult.[6]

Career[edit]

She plays a variety of instruments such as acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, and bongos. She was a model for catalogs. In March 2006, she made her Disney Channel debut in the Disney Channel Original Movie Cow Belles, as “Courtney Callum,” along with sister Aly, as “Taylor Callum.” She has also made appearances on shows such as Oliver Beene, Six Feet Under, The Guardian, and General Hospital.[6][7][8][9] She has also appeared with her sister, Aly, in the MTV film, Super Sweet 16: The Movie.

In 2009, she was featured in the Peter Jackson film The Lovely Bones, released widely on January 15, 2010.[10]

From 2009 until 2013, Michalka and her sister performed as the musical duo 78violet. They decided to later change their name back to “Aly and AJ” in 2015. She was cast as a recurring character on The CW series Hellcats[11] starring Ashley Tisdale and along with her sister Alyson Michalka. The series ran for one season and was cancelled in May 2011.

Michalka appeared in the 2011 film Super 8, directed by J. J. Abrams. Her first big-screen starring role is as the title character in 2013’s Grace Unplugged.

Since 2013, Michalka has had a recurring role on the ABC sitcom, The Goldbergs, as Lainey Lewis, the girlfriend of one of the main characters on the show. In May 2015, it was announced that she would be a series regular for the show’s upcoming third season.[12] In July 2014, she and her sister, Aly Michalka, filmed an untitled drama in Laurel Canyon, California. The film was directed and written by Aly’s husband, Stephen Ringer. Michalka was one of the producers of the film, alongside her sister and Ringer, and also participated in the casting process. In early May 2015, it was announced the film, now titled, Weepah Way for Now, premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 16, 2015. The film was later released on DVD, iTunes, and other streaming platforms in June 2016.[13]

Michalka also voices Stevonnie, the fusion between titular character, Steven, and his friend, Connie, on the popular television series Steven Universe on Cartoon Network.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Lovely Bones, TheThe Lovely Bones Clarissa
2010 Slow Moe Emily
2010 Secretariat Kate Tweedy
2011 Super 8 Jen Kaznyk
2013 Grace Unplugged Grace Trey
2013 Angels in Stardust Vallie Sue
2014 Expecting Amish Hannah Yoder
2015 Weepah Way for Now Joy Co-producer
2016 Dirty Lies Tiffany
2017 Apple of My Eye Kai
2018 Support the Girls Netflix original film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Passions Sheridan’s Daughter 1 episode
2002 Birds of Prey Young Dinah 2 episodes
2004 General Hospital Ashley B. 2 episodes
2004 Six Feet Under Ashley 2 episodes
2002 to 2004 !2002–2004 Guardian, TheThe Guardian Shannon Gressler 15 episodes
2003 to 2004 !2003–2004 Oliver Beene Bonnie 9 episodes
2006 Cow Belles Courtney Callum Television film
2007 Punk’d Herself 1 episode
2007 Super Sweet 16: The Movie Sara Television film
2007 Aly & AJ: Sister Act Herself MTV television special
2011 Hellcats Deirdre Perkins 3 episodes
2011 Salem Falls Gillian Duncan Television film
2013–present The Goldbergs Lainey Lewis Recurring character (Seasons 1–2)
Series regular (Season 3–4); (65 episodes)
2014 Silicon Valley Charlotte Episode: “Proof of Concept”
2014 Motive Emily Williams Episode: “Dead End”
2014 Expecting Amish Hannah Yoder Television film
2015–present Steven Universe Stevonnie (voice) 5 episodes
2016 Cupcake Wars Herself/Contestant Celebrity special
2016 All my friends are getting married [14] Chloe Web series for Popsugar.com (6 episodes)

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Role Artist Notes
2012 “Gotten” Runaway daughter Slash

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

Year Title Album
2010 It’s Who You Are Secretariat
2013 “All I’ve Ever Needed” Grace Unplugged
“Desert Song”
“You Never Let Go”
“Misunderstood”
2017 ” Here Comes a Thought” (with Estelle) Steven Universe, Vol. 1 (Original Soundtrack)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
2006 American Music Awards Contemporary Inspirational Artists of the Year Into the Rush Nominated
2014 Movieguide Awards Most Inspiring Performance in Movies Grace Unplugged Won
2015 Napa Film Festival Special Jury Award-Acting in a Lounge Feature Film (shared with Aly Michalka) Weepah Way for Now Won
2017 Behind the Voice Actor Awards Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role Steven Universe Won