LAURA DE BOER

 

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Actress (25 credits)
 2018 Brecht (TV Mini-Series) (pre-production)
Isot Kilian

Die Mühen der Ebenen … Isot Kilian
 2018 Die Protokollantin (TV Mini-Series) (filming)
 2016 Weemoedt (TV Series)
Fré

Episode #1.9 (2016) … Fré
Episode #1.10 (2016) … Fré
Episode #1.8 (2016) … Fré
Episode #1.7 (2016) … Fré
Episode #1.5 (2016) … Fré
 2016 The Tunnel (TV Series)
Eryka Klein

Episode #2.8 (2016) … Eryka Klein
Episode #2.7 (2016) … Eryka Klein
Episode #2.6 (2016) … Eryka Klein
Episode #2.5 (2016) … Eryka Klein
Episode #2.3 (2016) … Eryka Klein
 2016 A Dangerous Fortune (TV Movie)
Maisie Robinson
 2015 Cord
Tanja
 2014 Hollands Hoop (TV Series)
Irina

Dutch Passion (2014) … Irina
 2014 Immer wieder anders (TV Movie)
Aimee
 2014 Die Pilgerin (TV Mini-Series)
Felicia de Béarn

Santiago de Compostela (2014) … Felicia de Béarn
Eine Wunde für Tilla (2014) … Felicia de Béarn
 2013 Flikken Maastricht (TV Series)
Samantha

De spin (2013) … Samantha
 2013 Moordvrouw (TV Series)
Helen Pauw

Een uniek exemplaar (2013) … Helen Pauw
 2012 Forgotten
Clarissa / Maria
 2012 Löwenzahn (TV Series)
Lucy

 2011 SOKO Stuttgart (TV Series)
Lilly Marbach

Man stirbt nur zweimal (2011) … Lilly Marbach
 2010 De vloer op (TV Series)
Dochter / Meissie

Chaos beneden/Meissie/In Therapie (2010) … Meissie
 2010 Bloedverwanten (TV Series)
Rosa

Vertrouwen (2010) … Rosa
De opvolger (2010) … Rosa
Schuldbekentenis (2010) … Rosa
Het paard van Troje (2010) … Rosa
 2009 De co-assistent (TV Series)
Sonja Stephanius

De laatste dans (2009) … Sonja Stephanius
 2009 Happy End
 2009 Het boekje van Ellen (Short)
Ellen
 2009 Julia’s Hart (TV Movie)
Willemiek
 2008/I Tiramisu
Luna
 2007 Keyzer & de Boer advocaten (TV Series)
Lotje Berends

Sekssomnia (2007) … Lotje Berends
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Brittany Allen

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Brittany Allen

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Brittany Allen at Canadian Film Centre 25th Anniversary Celebration in Los Angeles on March 20, 2013
Born (1986-02-05) February 5, 1986 (age 31)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present
Awards Daytime Emmy Award
2011 Outstanding Younger Actress

Brittany Allen (born February 5, 1986[1]) is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Marissa Chandler on All My Children from 2009 to 2010 for which she received a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in 2011.

Personal life[edit]

She attended Etobicoke School of the Arts in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She attended Sheridan Institute for Technology and Advanced Learning in Oakville, Ontario, Canada for their renowned Music Theatre – Performance Program.

Career[edit]

She has also had minor roles in TV movies.

Brittany played the role of Marissa Chandler on All My Children from April 21, 2009 to December 21, 2010. She earned her first Daytime Emmy nomination and win in 2011 for Younger Actress in a Drama Series.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Surrender Mary Foley (young) Short
2008 Us Chickens Sarah Lassiter Short
2009 Gitch Maya Short
2010 Verona Paris Short
2012 Dead Before Dawn Lucy Winthrop
2014 Extraterrestrial April
2015 Backgammon Miranda
2015 Farhope Tower Susan
2015 Look Again Tanya
2015 First Session Ellie Short
2016 It Stains the Sands Red Molly
2017 Definites, TheThe Definites Bernie
2017 Incontrol Naomi Completed
2017 Jigsaw Carly Completed

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 What Katy Did Cecy Hall TV film
1999 Restless Spirits Stacey TV film
2000 Virtual Mom Melinda TV film
2001 Walter and Henry June TV film
2002 I Love Mummy Izzie “James Falls in Love”
2003 Street Time Connie “Follow the Money”
2004 Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story Britney 2
2008 Mayday Sandy Purl “Southern Storm”
2009 Listener, TheThe Listener Leslie Cahill “My Sister’s Keeper”
2009–10 All My Children Marissa Tasker Regular role
2010 Abroad Friday Livingstone TV film
2012 Bomb Girls Hazel MacDugall Recurring role
2013 Lost Girl Della “Delinquents”
2013 Defiance Tirra Recurring role
2013 Satisfaction Ashley “Fade to Blackened”
2013 Played Beth “Money”
2013 Republic of Doyle Amy Cohen “Young Guns”
2014 Warehouse 13 Laura Roth “Endless”
2014 Saving Hope Megan “The Other Side of Midnight”
2015 Schitt’s Creek Bree “Carl’s Funeral”
2016 Girl in the Box Bonnie TV film
2017 Separated at Birth Lucy Pierce TV film, filming

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Work Result Ref
2011 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series All My Children Won [2]

Caroline Goodall

Caroline Goodall

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Caroline Goodall
Born (1959-11-13) 13 November 1959 (age 57)
London, England
Education St Leonards-Mayfield School
Bristol University (B.A., 1981)
Occupation Actress, screenwriter
Years active 1981–present
Spouse(s) Derek Hoxby (m. 1990–93)
Nicola Pecorini (m. 1994)
Children 2

Caroline Cruice Goodall (born 13 November 1959) is an English actress and screenwriter. She was nominated for AFI Awards for her roles in the 1989 miniseries Cassidy, and the 1995 film Hotel Sorrento. Her other film appearances include Hook (1991), Cliffhanger (1993), Schindler’s List (1993), Disclosure (1994), White Squall (1996), The Princess Diaries (2001) and The Dressmaker (2015).

Early life[edit]

Goodall was born in London to a publisher father and journalist mother.[1] She attended St Leonards-Mayfield School and graduated (1981) with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and English from Bristol University, alongside fellow screenwriters Jeremy Brock.[2] Caroline was a member of National Youth Theatre.

Career[edit]

Goodall has appeared extensively on stage, joining the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and then the National Theatre. Her roles for the RSC include Lady Anne in Richard III, Australian tour opposite Sir Anthony Sher and Hypatia in Misalliance; while for the National Theatre she played Rebecca in Command or Promise. She played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at the Shaw Theatre, Viola In Twelfth Night ( Plymouth) starred at the Manchester Royal Exchange, Royal Court Theatre as Susan in Jonathan Gem’s comedy Susan’s Breasts; Alan Ayckbourn’s Steven Joseph Theatre in Scarborough and as Isobel in David Hare’s US premiere of The Secret Rapture at the SCR.

Goodall was chosen by Steven Spielberg to star in his 1991 film Hook. She went on to star as the villainess Kristel in the film Cliffhanger (1993), as Emilie Schindler in Schindler’s List (1993), and opposite Michael Douglas in Barry Levinson’s Disclosure (1994). In Australia, she co-starred with Russell Crowe in The Silver Brumby in 1993, and was nominated for the AFI Award for Best Actress for the 1995 film Hotel Sorrento. She had previously been nominated for the AFI Award for Best Actress in a TV film or miniseries for the 1989 miniseries Cassidy. In 1996, she starred with Pauline Quirke in the BBC miniseries The Sculptress. In 1998, she was nominated for a Logie Award for Best Actress for A Difficult Woman, which also won best TV mini series at the New York Festival in 1998. She starred opposite Jeff Bridges in Ridley Scott‘s White Squall (1996); as Helen Thermopolis in Garry Marshall‘s wildly successful The Princess Diaries (2001), The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004) and opposite Bruce Willis and Henry Cavill in The Cold Light Of Day (2012). European credits include starring in Urs Egger’s Opernball (1998) The Thief Lord (2006), and Denis De La Patelliere’s Épées Des Diamants. She appeared in Lars von Trier‘s Nymphomaniac Vol. II (2013) and won a RIFF Best Actress Award for her role in Massimo Cogliatore’s two-hander thriller The Elevator (2014). In 2015, she played Elsbeth Beaumont in Jocelyn Moorhouse‘s multi-award-winning film The Dressmaker, with Kate Winslet and Judy Davis.

As a screenwriter, in addition to The Bay of Silence, Goodall’s credits include screen adaptations of Rupert Thomson’s Dreams of Leaving for HKM Films.

Goodall has starred in many TV series including The White Queen (2013) and its sequel The White Princess (2017), portraying Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, the mother of kings Edward IV and Richard III. In 2016, she portrayed Kelly Frost in the CIA spy-thriller TV series Berlin Station.

Personal life[edit]

Goodall married Nicola Pecorini on 17 September 1994. The couple have two children, Gemma and Leone. Her sister is producer Victoria Goodall, who is married to actor/director Dallas Campbell.

Filmography[edit]

Tamlyn Tomita

Tamlyn Tomita

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Tamlyn Tomita on April 5, 2010
Born Tamlyn Naomi Tomita
(1966-01-27) January 27, 1966 (age 51)
Okinawa, Japan
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986–present

Tamlyn Naomi Tomita (born January 27, 1966) is a Japanese-born American actress and singer. She made her screen debut in The Karate Kid Part II (1986), and later was leading and supporting roles in films Come See the Paradise (1990), The Joy Luck Club (1993), Picture Bride (1994), Four Rooms (1995), Robot Stories (2003), The Day After Tomorrow (2004) and Gaijin 2: Love Me as I Am (2005).

Tomita also has played several recurring roles on television series, include 24, Glee, Teen Wolf and How to Get Away with Murder. She starred on the Epix drama series Berlin Station (2016), and in 2017 began starring in the ABC medical drama The Good Doctor.

Early life[edit]

Tomita was born in Okinawa, the daughter of Shiro and Asako Tomita. Her father was a distinguished Japanese-American man who was interned at Manzanar, California, during part of World War II, then later became a Los Angeles police officer, rising to the rank of sergeant and helping to form the first Asian Task force in that Department.[1] Her father died of cancer in 1990. Tomita graduated from Granada Hills High School in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles.[2]

Before becoming an actress, Tomita won the title of Queen at the Nisei Week Pageant in Los Angeles in 1984,[3] and Miss Nikkei International in 1985. In 1987, Tomita made her Japanese singing debut on the label Polydor. She released a single and an album.[4]

Career[edit]

Film[edit]

In 1984, Tomita got her big break by traveling as Queen of Nisei Week to Hawaii, where she was selected as part of a casting call by director John G. Avildsen to make her acting debut in The Karate Kid Part II.[5][6] She later had major roles in a number of independent movies. Her biggest role was in the 1990 drama film Come See the Paradise.[6][7] In 1993, she co-starred opposite Ming-Na Wen in the ensemble cast drama The Joy Luck Club[6] and the next year she had a role in the 1994 independent film Picture Bride. In 1995 Tomita appeared alongside Antonio Banderas in the Robert Rodriguez-directed segment of the vignette anthology comedy Four Rooms.[8]

In the 21st Century, Tomita has had roles in other independent films and co-starred in several major Hollywood productions, including playing Janet Tokada in The Day After Tomorrow. In 2005, she starred in the Brazilian drama film Gaijin 2: Love Me as I Am and also had leading roles in the independent films Robot Stories in 2003 and Only the Brave in 2006. Tomita also appeared in The Eye and Tekken.

Television[edit]

Tomita appeared as a character named Ming Li on the NBC daytime soap opera Santa Barbara from May to September 1988.[2][9] In 2008, she made her return to daytime soaps with recurring role on the ABC’s General Hospital.[10] In 2012 she had another recurring role on NBC’s Days of Our Lives.

From 1996 to 1997, Tomita was regular cast member in the short-lived UPN drama series, The Burning Zone as well as the pilot movie for Babylon 5. During her career she guest starred on Seven Days, Quantum Leap, Living Single, Murder, She Wrote, Chicago Hope, Will & Grace, Nash Bridges, The Shield, Strong Medicine, Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis, The Mentalist, Private Practice, True Blood, Zoo, Tour of Duty, and many other dramas and comedies. She had recurring roles on Crossing Jordan, JAG, 24, Eureka, Heroes, Law & Order: Los Angeles, Glee, Teen Wolf, Resurrection, How to Get Away with Murder, and Chasing Life.

In 2016, Tomita played a series regular role on the Epix drama series Berlin Station. The following year she began starring as a series regular on the ABC medical drama The Good Doctor.[11]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1986 The Karate Kid Part II Kumiko
1987 Hawaiian Dream Karren Saito
1990 Vietnam, Texas Lan
1990 Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes Sally Television film
1990 Come See the Paradise Lily Yuriko Kawamura / McGann
1993 The Joy Luck Club Waverly
1994 Picture Bride Kana
1994 Notes on a Scale
1995 Four Rooms Wife Segment “The Misbehavers”
1995 Requiem Fong Short film
1997 The Killing Jar Diane Sanford
1997 Touch Prosecutor
1998 Hundred Percent Thaise
1998 Soundman Butch’s Wife
1998 Living Out Loud Bob’s Wife
1999 Life Tastes Good Julie Sado
2000 Betty Anderson Detective Miyamoto Short film
2003 Robot Stories Marcia
2003 Day of Independence Choir Member Short film
2004 The Perfect Party Mom
2004 The Day After Tomorrow Janet Tokada
2005 Gaijin 2: Love Me as I Am Maria Yamashita Salinas
2005 True Love & Minosa Tea Rebecca Nakasone Short film
2006 Only the Brave Mary Takata
2006 Peace Sandy Sakai Short film
2007 Pandemic Melissa Lo Short film
2008 Two Sisters Shakti Television film
2008 The Eye Mrs. Cheung
2008 Finding Madison Beth
2009 Why Am I Doing This? Donna
2009 Tekken Jun Kazama
2010 The Mikado Project Viola
2010 Nómadas
2010 Starlight Inn Grace Kim Short film
2011 The Charles Kim Show Herself Short film
2012 White Room: 02B3 Five Short film
2014 Awesome Asian Bad Guys Tamlyn / Pamlyn (2013)
2014 Teacher of the Year Vivian Lew
2014 Operation Marriage Lee Short film
2015 Daddy Sharlene Hong
2016 The Good Neighbor Heather Cromwell
2016 The Unbidden Lauren Lee
2016 Seppuku Linda Short film
2017 Real Artists Anne Palladon Short film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Tour of Duty VC Peasant Woman Episode: “Sitting Ducks”
1987–1988 Santa Barbara Lily Murakami, Ming Li 31 episodes
1988 Hiroshima Maiden Miyeko Matsuda Television film
1988 To Heal a Nation Maya Ying Lin Television film
1989 The Karate Kid Additional Characters (voices) Episode: “My Brother’s Keeper”
1992 Quantum Leap Tamlyn Matsuda Episode: “Temptation Eyes – February 1, 1987”
1992 Raven Kim Tanaka Episode: “Return of the Black Dragon”
1993 Babylon 5: The Gathering Lt. Cmdr. Laurel Takashima Television film
1994 Time Trax Toshi Episode: “Return of the Yakuza”
1994 Vanishing Son II Lanchi Television film
1994 One West Waikiki Taylor Chun Episode: “‘Til Death Do Us Part”
1994 Highlander: The Series Midori Koto Episode: “The Samurai”
1994 Living Single Mary Episode: “Bristle While You Work”
1994 Vanishing Son IV Lanchi Television film
1994 Murder, She Wrote Det. Sharon Matsumoto Episode: “Death in Hawaii”
1995 Vanishing Son Lan Chi Episode: “Single Flame”
1995 Sisters Kiri Adams 2 episodes
1996, 1998 Chicago Hope Tina – Sutton’s Ex #3, Jennifer Watanabe 2 episodes
1996–1997 The Burning Zone Dr. Kimberly Shiroma 11 episodes
1997 The Sentinel Suzane Tomaki Episode: “Smart Alec”
1997 Raven: Return of the Black Dragons Kim Tanaka Television film
1999 The Last Man on Planet Earth Agent Kara Hastings Television film
1999 Seven Days Michelle Episode: “Walter”
1999 Will & Grace Naomi Episode: “I Never Promised You an Olive Garden”
1999 The Last Man on Planet Earth Agent Kara Hastings Television film
2000 Runaway Virus Monique Chao Television film
2000 Nash Bridges Amy Chin 2 episodes
2000 The Michael Richards Show Ming Episode: “USA Toy”
2001 Destiny Television film
2001 FreakyLinks Emma Reed Episode: “Subject: The Final Word”
2001 Walking Shadow Rikki Wu Television film
2001 Providence Mary Cassidy Episode: “Civil Unrest”
2001 Crossing Jordan Dr. Grace Yakura 3 episodes
2002 The Shield Wanda Higoshi Episode: “Pilot”
2002 For the People Dr. Chaney Episode: “Come Blow Your Whistle”
2002–2003 JAG Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Manetti 7 episodes
2002–2003 24 Jenny Dodge 5 episodes
2003 The Agency Elizabeth—Female Kidnapper 2 episodes
2003 Threat Matrix Special Agent Nicole Hill Episode: “Under the Gun”
2004 Strong Medicine Dr. Nash Episode: “Goodbye/Rest in Peace”
2004–2005 North Shore Xiao 2 episodes
2005 Jane Doe: Now You See It, Now You Don’t Helen Morrison Television film
2006 Commander in Chief Randy Episode: “No Nukes Is Good Nukes”
2006 Stargate SG-1 Shen Xiaoyi 2 episodes
2006, 2008 Stargate Atlantis Shen Xiaoyi 2 episodes
2006–2007, 2009 Eureka Kim Anderson 5 episodes
2007 Women’s Murder Club Sachiko Johannes Episode: “Maybe Baby”
2007–2008, 2010 Heroes Ishi Nakamura 3 episodes
2008–2009 General Hospital Giselle 6 episodes
2008 Saving Grace Tori Chen Episode: “Have a Seat, Earl”
2008 Twenty Good Years Episode: “Come Fly with Me”
2009 Monk Eileen Hill Episode: “Mr. Monk Fights City Hall”
2009 The Mentalist Lauri Medina Episode: “Bloodshot”
2009 Criminal Minds Dr. Linda Kimura Episode: “Amplification”
2009 CSI: Miami Dr. Sarah Fordham Episode: “Seeing Red”
2009 Private Practice Katie’s Lawyer Episode: “Strange Bedfellows”
2010 Memphis Beat Noreen Drake Episode: “I Want to Be Free”
2010–2011 Law & Order: LA Miwako Nishizawa 10 episodes
2011 The Chicago Code Prosecutor Episode: “Bathhouse & Hinky Dink”
2011 The Protector Katrina Episode: “Bangs”
2012 Days of Our Lives Dr. Ellen Yu 6 episodes
2012 Make It or Break It Dr. Lim Episode: “Listen to the Universe”
2012 Touch Kazuko Osugi Episode: “Gyre, Part 1”
2012 Hollywood Heights Sarah Medeiros 2 episodes
2013 Bones Dr. Alice Crawford Episode: “The Doll in the Derby”
2013 True Blood Ms. Suzuki 2 episodes
2014–2017 Teen Wolf Noshiko Yukimura 16 episodes
2014 Resurrection Dr. Toni Willis 5 episodes
2014–2015 How to Get Away with Murder Judge Carol Marrow 2 episodes
2014 NCIS: Los Angeles Homeland Secuirty Agent Shana Rollins Episode: “Leipei”
2015 Chasing Life Dr. Mae Lin 5 episodes
2015 Zoo Minako Oz Episode: “The Silence of the Cicadas”
2016 Berlin Station Sandra Abe 10 episodes
2017–present The Good Doctor Allegra Aoki Recurring role

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 James Bond 007: Nightfire Makiko Hayashi

Mina Tander

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Mina Tander bei der Kinopremiere von Frau Müller muss weg! (2015)

Mina Tander (* 4. Dezember 1978[1] in Köln) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin.

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Mina Tander ist die Tochter eines afghanischen Journalisten und einer deutschen Lehrerin. Ihr Vater starb, als sie sechs Jahre alt war. Mina Tander wuchs in Köln auf und lebt heute in Berlin. Ihre Schwester Simin Tander ist Sängerin und Songschreiberin der Band Simin.

Nach eigenen Angaben wollte Mina Tander Tänzerin und Schauspielerin werden, seit sie zehn war. Sie besuchte parallel zum Gymnasium die Ballettakademie in Köln. Entdeckt wurde sie bei einem Schultheatertreffen in Münster vom dortigen Intendanten und spielte fortan neben der Schule Theater. Mit 16 spielte sie in ihrem ersten Fernsehfilm Absprung mit. Es folgten weitere Fernsehfilme und 1999 mit Hinter dem Regenbogen der erste große Kinofilm. In den folgenden Jahren spielte sie in einigen Fernsehfilmen mit. 2000 verkörperte Tander nicht nur Leonie in dem erfolgreichen Kinofilm Harte Jungs, für den sie 2000 für den New Faces Award nominiert war, sondern spielte auch in der Komödie Schule Melanie, die Schwester der Hauptdarstellerin. Seitdem war sie auch in zahlreichen preisgekrönten Filmen wie Fremder Freund (First Steps Award), Hat er Arbeit, Oktoberfest und Schenk mir dein Herz sowie in den erfolgreichen Kinokomödien Maria, ihm schmeckt’s nicht! und Männerherzen … und die ganz ganz große Liebe zu sehen.

2009 wurde Tander für ihre Hauptrolle in Maria, ihm schmeckt’s nicht! für den Preis der deutschen Filmkritik in der Kategorie Beste Schauspielerin nominiert.

Für den Soundtrack des Films Schenk mir dein Herz sang sie 2010 die Songs Unsere Liebe blüht im Dunkeln und Marias Lied (zusammen mit Peter Lohmeyer) ein.

2012 lief der Film Du hast es versprochen, in dem Tander die Hauptrolle spielt, im offiziellen Programm der Internationalen Filmfestspiele von Venedig.

2011 wurde Tander Mutter einer Tochter. Sie lebt in Berlin und ist mit dem Regisseur Elmar Fischer verheiratet.

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Michelle Forbes (UPDATE)

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Michelle Forbes

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Michelle Forbes
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Born Michelle Renee Forbes Guajardo
(1965-01-08) January 8, 1965 (age 52)
Austin, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Ross Kettle (1990–199?; divorced)

Michelle Renee Forbes Guajardo (born January 8, 1965)[1] is an American actress who has appeared on television and in independent films in both the UK and US. Forbes first gained attention from her dual role in daytime soap opera Guiding Light, for which she received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination. She is also a Saturn Award winner with three nominations.

Although she has appeared in significant roles in movies such as Escape from L.A., Kalifornia and Swimming with Sharks, Forbes is known for her recurring appearances on genre and drama shows such as Ensign Ro Laren in Star Trek: The Next Generation and her regular role as Dr. Julianna Cox on Homicide: Life on the Street during the 1990s, while building her career with recurring roles throughout the 2000s in Battlestar Galactica, 24, In Treatment, Durham County, Prison Break and her series regular role as Maryann Forrester on True Blood.

She starred in the 2011–2012 AMC television series The Killing, for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination on July 14, 2011.[2]

Life and career[edit]

Born in Austin, Texas, Forbes hoped to become a ballet dancer. She began receiving formal acting training at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston. While on vacation in New York City at the age of 16, she found herself auditioning for a film;[3] although she was not selected, she signed with the William Morris Agency and began her professional acting career. In 1987, at age 22, she landed the dual roles of Solita Carrera and Sonni Carrera Lewis on the daytime soap opera Guiding Light. She performed on the show for two years, receiving a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for her performance in 1990.

After this role, she continued in theater, which was an early love of hers, and began appearing in small guest roles on television to raise her profile. She went on to make guest appearances on a few other TV shows (including Star Trek: The Next Generation and Father Dowling Mysteries) before landing the recurring role of Ro Laren, a fiery, yet reserved Bajoran, towards the end of the run of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Her portrayal of disgraced Bajoran Starfleet officer Ensign Ro won her many fans among the genre community, and her character quickly became a favorite despite appearing in just eight episodes.

The producers of Star Trek invited Forbes to reprise Ro in the spin-off series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but Forbes declined the offer[4] and decided to focus on a career in films. She received praise, as well as a Saturn Award nomination from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, for her performance as the photographer Carrie Laughlin in the 1993 thriller Kalifornia. This was followed with the lead female role in the acclaimed 1994 black comedy Swimming with Sharks, as well as supporting roles in such films as The Road Killers, Just Looking and John Carpenter‘s 1996 science fiction/action sequel Escape from L.A. She continued performing on television during this period, with guest spots on Seinfeld, The Outer Limits, and Star Trek: The Next Generation, to which she returned to tie up the Ro Laren storyline in the series’ penultimate episode.

In 1996, Forbes joined the cast of NBC‘s popular police drama Homicide: Life on the Street, playing chief medical examiner Julianna Cox. She remained with the show for two years, then was let go as part of a major cast overhaul (the series would be canceled after one more season). However, she would reprise the role in the 2000 TV special Homicide: The Movie. That same year, Forbes became a regular on Wonderland, an ABC series, but it was pulled from the air after only two episodes. Forbes was next seen in a recurring role on the police drama The District.

Forbes at the True Blood premiere party, June 2009

She was subsequently given roles in films such as 2001’s Perfume and 2002’s American Girl, as well as the 2001 British TV movie Messiah (for which she studied British sign language for a week) and its sequel installments: Messiah 2: Vengeance is Mine in 2002 and Messiah III in 2003. During the 2002–2003 TV season, Forbes played the recurring character of Lynne Kresge, the aide to the President of the United States, on the second season of the action series 24. Actor Dennis Haysbert, who played President Palmer, reportedly was a big Star Trek fan and excited to work with her given her history with the show. She followed her role on 24 with a guest spot on Alias, then went on to play Admiral Helena Cain in three episodes of the re-imagining of the classic sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, as well as starring in the TV movie Battlestar Galactica: Razor. She followed this up with a recurring role as Agent Samantha Brinker on the drama Prison Break and guest starred on Boston Legal and Lost.

Forbes starred as the lead in the adaptation of the comic-book Global Frequency, the single produced episode of which infamously leaked online the following year, eight months after the series failed to be picked up by Warner Bros. networks.[5] This was the first instance of an unaired pilot episode leaking via P2P and BitTorrent clients.[citation needed]

Forbes returned to British television screens with guest roles in both Holby City and as a Mossad agent in Waking the Dead. In 2008, Forbes starred in two HBO drama series; In Treatment, portraying the wife of the central character, and in True Blood as a Maenad named Maryann Forrester.[6] She reprised her semi-regular roles in both series in their respective second seasons in 2009, as well as joining the cast of the Canadian psychological drama series Durham County for its second season as Dr. Penelope Verity.[7]

Forbes played the role of Mitch Larsen in the U.S. television series The Killing, a 2011 remake of the Danish crime series Forbrydelsen. Forbes appeared as Retro Girl in the TV series Powers.[8] She also landed a prominent supporting role in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2.

Forbes subsequently played Valerie Edwards, in the TV series Berlin Station that premiered on Epix on October 16, 2016. Her character (Valerie Edwards) is the no-nonsense administrator who serves as a Berlin Station Internal Branch Chief. A ten-episode second season is set to premiere on October 15, 2017.

Personal life[edit]

She was married to Ross Kettle; the marriage ended in divorce. Afterward she dated fellow Homicide: Life on the Street co-star Reed Diamond for a period.

Forbes has been a vegetarian since she was a teen and became vegan in 2011.[9]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Love Bites Nerissa
1993 Kalifornia Carrie Laughlin Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actress
1994 Swimming with Sharks Dawn Lockhard
1994 Roadflower Helen
1995 Just Looking Mary
1995 The Chosen One The Mother
1995 Black Day Blue Night Rinda Woolley
1996 The Prosecutors Dist. Atty. Rachel Simone Television movie
1996 Escape from L.A. Brazen
1998 Dry Martini Valeria
2000 Bullfighter Mary
2000 Homicide: Life Everlasting Dr. Julianna Cox Television movie
2001 Perfume Francene
2002 Confessions of an American Girl Madge Grubb
2002 Johnson County War Rory Hammett Television movie
2004 Dandelion Ms. Voss
2004 Al Roach: Private Investigator Dede Dragonfly (voice)
2007 Unthinkable Jamie McDowell Television movie
2007 Battlestar Galactica: Razor Admiral Helena Cain Television movie
2009 Diplomacy U.S. Secretary of State
2010 Highland Park Sylvia
2013 The Hunters Jordyn Flynn
2015 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 Lieutenant Jackson
2017 Columbus Maria
2017 Gemini Jamie

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987–1989 Guiding Light Dr. Sonni Carrera-Lewis Unknown episodes
Nominated—Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
1991 Father Dowling Mysteries Gym Instructor Episode: “The Fugitive Priest Mystery”
1991 Shannon’s Deal Maren Episode: “The Inside Man”
1991 Star Trek: The Next Generation Dara Episode “Half a Life
1991–1994 Star Trek: The Next Generation Ensign Ro Laren 8 episodes
1994 Seinfeld Julie Episode: “The Big Salad
1996 The Outer Limits Jamie Pratt Episode: “Stitch in Time
1996–1998 Homicide: Life on the Street Dr. Julianna Cox 30 episodes
Nominated—Viewers for Quality Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series
1998 Brimstone Assistant D.A. Julia Trent Episode: “Executioner”
2000 The District Helen York 7 episodes
2000 Wonderland Dr. Lyla Garrity 8 episodes
2001–2004 Messiah Susan Metcalfe 6 episodes
2002 Strong Medicine Assistant District Attorney Jill Sorenson 2 episodes
2002 Fastlane Lena (uncredited) Episode: “Get Your Mack On”
2002–2003 24 Lynne Kresge 18 episodes
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
2004 Love is the Drug Reena 3 episodes
2004 Global Frequency Miranda Zero Unsold TV pilot
2005 Alias Dr. Maggie Sinclair Episode: “Another Mister Sloane”
2005 The Inside Zoya Petikof Episode: “Thief of Hearts”
2005–2006 Battlestar Galactica Admiral Helena Cain 3 episodes
2005–2006 Prison Break Samantha Brinker 7 episodes
2006 Boston Legal Juliette Monroe Episode: “The Nutcrackers”
2007–2008 Waking the Dead Sarah 3 episodes
2008 Lost Karen Decker Episode: “There’s No Place Like Home: Part 1”
2008–2009 In Treatment Kate Weston 13 episodes
2008–2009 True Blood Maryann Forrester 15 episodes
Satellite Award for Best Cast – Television Series
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role on Television
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
2009 Durham County Dr. Pen Verrity 6 episodes
2011–2012 The Killing Mitch Larsen 20 episodes
Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television
Nominated—Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
2013 Chicago Fire Gail McLeod 10 episodes
2014 Orphan Black Dr. Marian Bowles 3 episodes
2014 Rake Lucy Marks Episode: “Jury Tamperer”
2015 Powers Janis Sandusky/Retro Girl 11 episodes
2015 The Returned Helen Goddard 8 episodes
2016–present Berlin Station Valerie Edwards 10 episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Voice
2004 Half-Life 2 Dr. Judith Mossman
2006 Half-Life 2: Episode One Dr. Judith Mossman
2007 Half-Life 2: Episode Two Dr. Judith Mossman
2009 The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena Captain Gail Revas
2011 DC Universe Online Circe

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Production Result
1990 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Guiding Light Nominated
1990 Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Daytime Villainess Guiding Light Nominated
1993 Saturn Award Best Actress Kalifornia Nominated
2003 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series 24 (shared with the cast) Nominated
2010 Saturn Award Best Guest Starring Role in Television True Blood Nominated
2010 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series True Blood (shared with the cast) Nominated
2011 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[10] The Killing Nominated
2011 Critics’ Choice Television Award Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series[11] The Killing Nominated
2011 Saturn Award Best Supporting Actress in Television[12] The Killing Won

It Stains the Sands Red

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It Stains the Sands Red
Directed by Colin Minihan
Produced by Brandon Christensen
Bic Tran
Colin Minihan
Stuart Ortiz
Written by Colin Minihan
Stuart Ortiz
Starring Brittany Allen
Music by Blitz//Berlin
Distributed by Dark Sky Films
Running time
92 minutes
Language English

It Stains the Sands Red is a horror film directed by Colin Minihan.

Plot[edit]

During a zombie apocalypse, Las Vegas residents Molly and Nick are on their way to a remote airfield to catch a plane ride out of the country. Their car gets stuck in the sand, and a zombie soon kills Nick. Molly continues across the desert on foot, all the while pursued by the slow-moving but persistent zombie.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Filming took place at Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada.[1]

Release[edit]

The film had its world premiere at the Sitges Film Festival in October 2016. It also screened at the 2017 LA Film Festival.[2]

It began a limited theatrical release on July 28, 2017.

Reception[edit]

Variety gave the film a mixed review, praising Allen’s performance and the resourcefulness of director Minihan, while declaring that it’s “never really scary or funny enough to leave a memorable impression.”[3] A mostly positive review in LA Weekly indicated that “what could have been a wordless slog is inventive and even buoyant.”[4]

LAUREN HALPERIN

Actress (10 credits)
 2017 Stranger Things (TV Series)
Dr. Owen’s Assistant

Chapter One: Madmax (2017) … Dr. Owen’s Assistant
 2017 Superstition (TV Series)
Jessica

Pilot (2017) … Jessica
 2017 House of Cards (TV Series)
Stamper’s Assistant

Chapter 65 (2017) … Stamper’s Assistant
 2017 24: Legacy (TV Series)
Receiving Nurse

3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (2017) … Receiving Nurse
 2016 #AtlantaActors (Short)
 2016 Offer and Compromise
Bartender
 2011 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)
Parent #2

The Best Man (2011) … Parent #2
 2011 Almighty Thor (TV Movie)
Norn
 2011 Love That Girl! (TV Series)
Interpreter

A Fool for You (2011) … Interpreter

Christie Hayes

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Christie Hayes
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Christie Hayes (right)
Born (1986-10-31) 31 October 1986 (age 30)
North Nowra[1]
Years active 2000 – present
Notable work Home and Away
(2000–05; 2008–09)
Spouse(s) Greg Hatton (m. 2008–13)
Daniel White (m. 2016)
Children 2

Christie Lynne Hayes (born 31 October 1986) is an Australian actress, best known for her work on the television series Home and Away as Kirsty Phillips (née Sutherland) who she played from June 2000 to February 2005 and again from May 2008 to October 2009. Since January 2017, Hayes has hosted the breakfast show on I98FM. Hayes is the sister of actress Katherine Hayes.

Personal life[edit]

Hayes is the second of four girls in her family. Growing up in North Nowra, as a child she took up gymnastics for a short time before giving it up in order to pursue acting. She played the flute, and learned to read music at age 8.She is mostly of Irish heritage.

At 21, Christie married actor/director Greg Hatton in 2008 in the Southern Highlands. OK! purchased the rights to their wedding story for $30,000, the highest amount paid to a celebrity couple at that time. Guests at the wedding included Home and Away cast members and Joel Edgerton. After five years of marriage the couple divorced in May 2013.

Hayes met wine broker Daniel White a few months later. Hayes gave birth to a baby boy in October 2014 who she named Hendrix Walter White after Jimi Hendrix, and Walter after a family name on her husband’s side of the family and a character on Breaking Bad.[2] On 24 April 2015, Hayes announced on The Morning Show that she was pregnant. Hayes gave birth to a baby boy in September 2015, who she named, Harley White.[3] Hayes married White on 27 August 2016 in Lilydale.[4] In January 2017, Hayes commenced working on breakfast radio at I98FM in Wollongong.[5]

Acting career[edit]

Christie Hayes began acting when she was 8 years old after first being approached to become a model. She preferred acting to modelling and spent her childhood in theatre, performing in over 20 plays at her local drama club. She attended the McDonald College for Performing Arts in Strathfield and majored in Drama.

In 2000, Hayes was cast as Maria in the family adventure series Search for Treasure Island, a Grundy Production filmed in Spain and on shown Channel 7.

Later that year Hayes was cast as Kirsty Sutherland in the successful soap opera, Home and Away on Channel 7, after turning down the role of Dani Sutherland (her character’s older sister), because she was uncomfortable playing someone three years older than herself, Kirsty being 13 and Dani 16.

She was the first person to be cast in her on screen “Sutherland” family. She played both Kirsty Phillips (née Sutherland) and Laura DeGroot (the two characters were twin sisters separated at birth). Hayes, who was on the cover of TV Week more times in 2004 than any of her other castmates, left Home and Away in October 2004 in order to travel. Her final H&A appearance aired in February 2005.

After leaving the show she appeared as the face of the Pepsi Light campaign in Summer 2006 and made a guest appearance on the soap Blue Water High. She was also involved in the making of various films and television shows, including Room 101, Searching For Eva, The First Goodbye and Noir.

Christie played the lead in I.D the film as Kate in 2011.[6]

Hayes returned to Home and Away in May 2008, in a recurring role until October 2009. She is also a model and has been the face of Miki House, Pepsi and Jeans for Genes.

Charity work[edit]

In 2003, at age 16, Youth Week elected her as Youth Ambassador of Australia for encouraging youth across Australia to realise their creativity. Hayes also appeared at the annual Teddy bears picnic for sick children.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Search for Treasure Island Maria 14 episodes
2008 Blue Water High Melanie 1 episode
2008 Room 101 Short film
2000–2009 Home and Away Kirsty Sutherland Main role (2000–2005)
Recurring role (2008–2009)
Other appearances:
Home and Away: Secrets and the City (2002 video exclusive) &
Home and Away: Hearts Divided (2003 video exclusive)

TATIANA ZAPPARDINO

Actress (12 credits)
 2018 Movie Magic (Short) (pre-production)
Hannah
 2017/I Between (post-production)
Melissa Hamilton
 2017/III The Long Way Home (Short) (post-production)
Holiday
 2015 Artists (Short) (completed)
Faith Smith
 2017 Superstition (TV Series)
Tilly

Pilot (2017) … Tilly
 2017 The Second Hand (Short)
Tammy
 2017 Your Worst Nightmare (TV Series documentary)
Cathy Whitehead

Cooking with Fire (2017) … Cathy Whitehead
 2016 Momma Jenny & the Brooks Boys (Short)
Mrs. Kaiser
 2016 Remnant 13 (TV Series)
Marie Morales

Pilot … Marie Morales
 2016 Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda (TV Series documentary)
Yvonne Wallace

New Year’s Evil (2016) … Yvonne Wallace
 2016 Miss Insomnia (Short)
Meredith