NATALIA ZVEREVA

Natalia Zvereva is an actress, known for Cold Souls (2009), A Song Still Inside (2013) and Most Beautiful Island (2017).
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Actress (12 credits)
 2018 Julian Got the Part (Short)
Becca
 2017 Orange Is the New Black (TV Series)
Nadezhda

The Tightening (2017) … Nadezhda
 2016/VI Lucky
Tatiana
 2013 A Song Still Inside
Maya Owen
 2012 Sunburn (Short)
Lady Anastasia
 2010 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Lara

Traffic (2010) … Lara
 2009 Cold Souls
Blonde Mule
 2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Girl #1

Hothouse (2009) … Girl #1
 2007 The Last Girl on Earth (Short)
Girl
 2006 Love Monkey (TV Series)
Zoe

Nice Package (2006) … Zoe
 2004 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Kay

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Sara Jean Underwood

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Sara Jean Underwood

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Sara Jean Underwood
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Underwood at the E3 Expo, Los Angeles, California on June 7, 2011
Playboy centerfold appearance
July 2006
Preceded by Stephanie Larimore
Succeeded by Nicole Voss
Playboy Playmate of the Year
2007
Preceded by Kara Monaco
Succeeded by Jayde Nicole
Personal details
Born (1984-03-26) March 26, 1984 (age 33)
Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Measurements Bust: 32B (pre-augmentation)[1][2]
Waist: 24 in (61 cm) (610 mm)
Hips: 31 in (79 cm) (790 mm)
Height 5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)[1]
Weight 103 lb (47 kg; 7.4 st)

Official website

Sara Jean Underwood (born March 26, 1984)[1][3] is an American model, television host, and actress who was chosen as the Playmate of the Month for the July 2006 issue of Playboy magazine[2] and later became Playmate of the Year in 2007. She is a former host of Attack of the Show! on G4.

Early life[edit]

Underwood was born in Portland, Oregon.[1][3] She graduated from Scappoose High School in Scappoose, Oregon in 2002.[3] She has been a student at Oregon State University and Portland State University.[4]

She was a schoolmate of American football player Derek Anderson.[5][6] Her first job was assisting in sales of heavy construction equipment.[2] She worked in the Beaverton, Oregon branch of the Hooters chain of restaurants.[7]

Career[edit]

Modeling[edit]

Underwood first appeared in Playboy in its Girls of the Pac-10 pictorial in the October 2005 issue. She was featured on the cover, holding a football and clad only in a body painted rendering of an Oregon State Beavers football jersey and matching bikini briefs.[8] She next appeared in the magazine in July 2006, as the Playmate of the Month. When she became Playmate of the Year in June 2007, her prize included a Mini Cooper convertible.[9] She was the first Miss July to receive the title, although she herself said, “I didn’t think I was pretty enough”.[10] In March 2008, Playboy magazine ranked her at #25 on their “25 Hottest Playboy Celebrities” list.[11]

Underwood appeared in episode #2 of the E! network’s series The Girls Next Door, as a Playmate hoping to have her test shoot taken at Playboy Studio West.[12] Subsequently, Playboy featured her as Miss July 2006. She appeared in several more episodes of The Girls Next Door.

On June 7, 2007, a group of Oregon State University women’s studies students created a poster celebrating Underwood’s selection as Playboy’s 2007 Playmate of the Year, and posted it outside Bexel Hall, where it remained in place for only a few hours before Oregon State University staff took it down. The poster embraced the theme and the style of the “Achievement” posters that line Campus Way at the university. The poster read, “Sara Jean: First OSU Beaver Playmate of the Year, Playboy June ’07, OSU Centerfold, People, Ideas, Innovation.”[13] The mention of her as the “first” Playmate of the Year from OSU was actually incorrect; she was preceded by Jodi Ann Paterson, the Playmate of the Year for 2000.[14]

Underwood is credited with discovering 2009 Playmate of the Year Ida Ljungqvist while shopping on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California.[15][16] She continues to model for Playboy.

Film and television work[edit]

Underwood at Wizard World Chicago 2013

Underwood appears as a pirate wench in the 2007 film Epic Movie, along with fellow Playmates Qiana Chase, Irina Voronina and Jillian Grace. Underwood appeared as a playmate in the 2008 comedy, House Bunny, along with fellow playmates and in 2009 was in the film The Telling with Bridget Marquardt and Holly Madison, and as herself in Miss March.[17] In 2013 Underwood was cast in the lead role in the horror thriller Deadly Weekend (also known as Zellwood).[18]

She appeared on the wedding episode of Kendra where it was announced at Kendra Wilkinson‘s bachelorette party that Underwood had undergone breast augmentation surgery.[19] Later, on The Howard Stern Show, Underwood confirmed that she had breast implants.[20]

Underwood has also worked in television as a presenter. She worked as a “fight jock” or continuity announcer for the Blackbelt TV cable network.[20] In 2009 she co-hosted five episodes of G4’s Attack of the Show, filling in for a vacationing Olivia Munn.[21][22] She co-hosted episodes in 2010. In 2011, she was a substitute host and one of the regular presenters of “The Feed”.

An avid practitioner of yoga, she competed in the 8th Kunoichi competition in Japan, known in the U.S. as Women of Ninja Warrior. She won her first stage heat after gaining a big lead on three Japanese contestants that had more pedigreed backgrounds in athletics. She failed on the second stage when she misjudged the second step of the Dancing Stones and fell.

After modeling in advertising for VictoryPoker.net and playing in charity poker tournaments, she joined their team of professional poker players.[23]

Underwood was on MTV‘s reality show Ridiculousness as a guest star for Season 2.[24]

Personal life[edit]

Underwood enjoys the outdoors and traveling. In the summer of 2016 she studied the web application framework Ruby on Rails and helped publish a beginners course on the subject.[25]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

DEVANNY PINN

Actress (64 credits)
 2018 Mesopotamia (pre-production)
Sumerian
 2018 Lilith (post-production)
Lilith
 2018 Crossbreed (post-production)
The Crossbreed
 2017 Grimmerson Manor (announced)
Tracy Samuels
 2017 Party Bus to Hell (completed)
Kimberly
 2016/I Open House (Short) (post-production)
Jenna
  Glass Jaw (post-production)
Party Girl
 2017 Las Cholas (Video short)
Chola Pinn
 2017 Casey Anthony: An American Murder Mystery (TV Mini-Series)
Casey Anthony

Ten Hours, Forty Minutes (2017) … Casey Anthony (uncredited)
A Shallow Grave (2017) … Casey Anthony (uncredited)
Little Girl Lost (2017) … Casey Anthony (uncredited)
 2017 Scary Story Slumber Party
Lindy (segment “Valentine’s Prey”) / Kate (Segment: “The Pledge”)
 2017 Three Days to Live (TV Series)
Jennifer

Wooldridge (2017) … Jennifer
 2016 Dwelling
River
 2016 #15SecondScare (TV Series short)

Make OUt Point (2016)
 2016 Satanic
Goth (uncredited)
 2016 The Green Fairy (Documentary)
Daughter Lanfrey
 2016 When Black Birds Fly
The Evil One
 2016 Ride Along 2
Party Girl (uncredited)
 2016 The Middle (TV Series)
Kappa Sorority Sister

The Rush (2016) … Kappa Sorority Sister (uncredited)
 2015 Nightmares (TV Series)
Segment Herself – Host

Pilot 1:1 … Segment Herself – Host
 2015 Code Black (TV Series)
Nurse
 2015 The Sunday Night Slaughter (TV Series)
Lisa

Cream Filling (2015) … Lisa
 2014 Dead Sea
Auriel Servus
 2014 A Grim Becoming
Jamie
 2013 Gone Dark
Dev
 2013 American Girls
Ashley Taylor
 2013/II Truth or Dare
Courtney Austin
 2012-2013 God Rewards the Fearless (TV Series short)
Roxy

Dawn’s Early Light: Part 2 (2013) … Roxy
Dawn’s Early Light: Part 1 (2012) … Roxy
 2012 Hold Your Breath
Woman With Scar
 2012 Vegas (TV Series)
Waitress

Money Plays (2012) … Waitress (uncredited)
 2012 The Black Dahlia Haunting
Holly Jenson
 2012 Castle (TV Series)
Zombie

Undead Again (2012) … Zombie (uncredited)
 2012 Where the Dead Go to Die
Ralph’s Mom (voice)
 2012 Safe Word (TV Mini-Series)
Shauna

Episode #1.8 (2012) … Shauna
Episode #1.7 (2012) … Shauna
Episode #1.6 (2012) … Shauna
 2011 The Family
Rebecca
 2011 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Goth Girl

Crushed (2011) … Goth Girl (uncredited)
Indelible (2011) … Goth Girl (uncredited)
 2011 Dexter (TV Series)
Woman at the Nightclub

The Angel of Death (2011) … Woman at the Nightclub (uncredited)
 2011 The Los Angeles Ripper
Shannon
 2011 Wonderland
Rosa
 2011 Cathartic (Short)
The Narrator
 2011 Ding Dong Dead
D.D. Darcy
 2010 Bloodstruck
Lady Divine
 2010 Orgy of the Damned
Table Victim / Party Goer
 2010 Song of the Shattered
Angela
 2008 12-24
Sherry
 2007 Stupidface (TV Series)
Hot Girl Host

Bringing Sexy Back (2007) … Hot Girl Host
 2007 Hidden Palms (TV Series)
Cocktail Waitress / Bikini Girl

What Liza Beneath (2007) … Cocktail Waitress
Party Hardy (2007) … Bikini Girl
 2006 The Lonely Ones
Tifa Boldin

RIANN STEELE

Riann Steele is an actress, known for 360 (2011), Sket (2011) and Hamlet (2009).
Actress (24 credits)
 2017 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Anna Cartwright

Greyson Blaise (No. 37) (2017) … Anna Cartwright
 2017 TURN: Washington’s Spies (TV Series)
Lola

Our Man in New York (2017) … Lola
 2016 Crazyhead (TV Series)
Suzanne

Beaver with a Chainsaw (2016) … Suzanne
Downward Facing Dog (2016) … Suzanne
Penguin or Cow? (2016) … Suzanne
Shave the Cat (2016) … Suzanne
A Pine Fresh Scent (2016) … Suzanne
 2014-2016 Lovesick (TV Series)
Cleo

Abigail (Again) (2016) … Cleo
Emma (2016) … Cleo
Liv (2016) … Cleo
Anna (2014) … Cleo
 2016 One Crazy Thing
Chloe Grainger
 2016 Affordable NYC (TV Series)
Ermengarde Beauregarde

The School (2016) … Ermengarde Beauregarde
 2015 Critical (TV Series)
Clover

Episode #1.13 (2015) … Clover
Episode #1.5 (2015) … Clover
 2014 Casualty (TV Series)
Marnie Roscoe

In the Name of Love (2014) … Marnie Roscoe
 2013 Powder Room
Paige
 2013 The Tunnel (TV Series)
Kelly

Episode #1.6 (2013) … Kelly
 2013 Misfits (TV Series)
Naomi

Episode #5.4 (2013) … Naomi
 2013 Captain Phillips
US Maritime Bernetti (uncredited)
 2013 Life of Crime (TV Mini-Series)
Paula Merris

Episode #1.1 (2013) … Paula Merris
 2013 In the Flesh (TV Series)
Lisa Lancaster

 2012 Sadie J (TV Series)
Daisy

Pixiepopalistic: Part 2 (2012) … Daisy
Pixiepopalistic: Part 1 (2012) … Daisy
 2012 Cop Out (TV Mini-Series)
Sonia
 2011 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Abigail Lightfoot

Episode #1.6 (2011) … Abigail Lightfoot
 2011/I Sket
Shaks
 2011 360
Waitress
 2010 Treacle Jr.
Linda
 2010 Pete Versus Life (TV Series)

 2009 Hamlet (TV Movie)
Lady-in-waiting

Nicole Arbour

Nicole Arbour

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Nicole Arbour
Nicole Arbour

Arbour at the 2014 Hamilton Festival of Friends
Born Hamilton, Canada
Occupation Actress, choreographer, comedian, dancer, musician, singer, writer
Known for YouTube, music

Nicole Arbour is a Canadian actress, choreographer, comedian, dancer, and singer from Hamilton, Ontario.

Career[edit]

Arbour is a former cheerleader for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association.[1] As an actress, Arbour appeared in Howie Do It,[2] and Silent But Deadly.[1] Arbour’s single “Bang Bang” was released on April 30, 2013.[1] On June 18, 2015, her single and music video to “Fun Revolution” was released and was the first Periscope music video to debut.[3][4] In April 2015, Arbour was nominated as a finalist for “Best Comedian” for the Shorty Awards however lost to Hannibal Buress.[5][6]

Arbour’s brand of cheerleader meets motivational speaker was the foundation of her #GoTeam movement.[7] She states her motivation as recovering from a car accident that left her in chronic pain.[8]

Controversies[edit]

“Dear Fat People”[edit]

In September 2015, Arbour became the subject of controversy when she posted a viral video on her YouTube channel titled “Dear Fat People.”[9] Critics argue the video endorses fat shaming.[10] The video was temporarily unavailable on YouTube,[11] over claims that it violated the YouTube terms of service, but was later restored.[12]

Arbour was the subject of both public and celebrity criticism, with model Ashley Graham labelling her comments as “downright disgusting”.[13] Director Pat Mills fired Arbour from an upcoming movie after seeing the video and was quoted via several sources, “I’m gay. I was bullied a lot as a kid. I am no stranger to ridicule and loneliness… It’s fat-phobic and awful. It went on for over six minutes. I felt like I had been punched in the gut. I was so upset I was shaking like Shelley Duvall in The Shining,”.[13] On September 10, 2015, Arbour, via Twitter denied ever having any form of involvement in the film.[14][15]

Soon after the video, Arbour was fired from her job where she was a choreographer for an anti-bullying video for kids.[16] The director of the film she was hired to work on said it “made me never want to see her again.”.[16]

On September 16, 2015, Arbour appeared on The View to defend her actions in the “Dear Fat People” video, stating while on the show “that video was made to offend people…it’s just satire,” and that the video wasn’t supposed to be taken seriously.[17] TIME cited an interview stating, “Arbour doesn’t see her comments as bullying, but rather an intense form of truth-telling”.[18] Arbour was quoted defending her actions, “I find seeing someone’s head being blown off offensive,” she said. “I find children starving in a country with more than enough food offensive. I find women’s bodies being mutilated for religious purposes, that is offensive to me. But words and satire I don’t find offensive.”[18]

Domestic abuse allegations[edit]

On January 11, 2016, YouTube personality Matthew Santoro posted “My Abuse Story”, a video in which he claimed he had been in a physically and emotionally abusive relationship with Arbour, although he did not name her in the video. The video was originally set to private after Santoro ended the relationship but was accidentally made public.[19] He decided to keep it that way after receiving support from fans. Santoro claimed he was manipulated into isolating himself from his friends and family because of Arbour’s jealousy, and was later even punched in the face.[20] Arbour responded via a YouTube post stating “Heard the little bitch I dumped months ago is still trying to use me to get attention on his vlog channel. Ew.”[19]

Actress (5 credits)
 2011 Silent But Deadly
Jackie
 2009 Howie Do It (TV Series)
Beautiful Assistant / Spokesmodel

Episode #1.10 (2009) … Beautiful Assistant
Episode #1.9 (2009) … Beautiful Assistant
Episode #1.8 (2009)
Episode #1.4 (2009) … Spokesmodel
Episode #1.3 (2009)
 2009 You Might as Well Live
Regina Manitoba
 2008 The Rocker
Trashy Groupie
 2005 Tilt (TV Series)
Personal Assistant

The Game (2005) … Personal Assistant (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2012 Crown the Town (TV Series) (special thanks – 1 episode)

Best Gold Buyer (2012) … (special thanks)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (11 credits)
 2016 Friend or Foe (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Interview with Nicole Arbour (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2015 The View (TV Series)
Herself

Nicole Arbour (2015) … Herself
 2014-2015 Too Much Information (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Clip Show 2 (2015) … Herself – Panelist
Clip Show 1 (2015) … Herself – Panelist
Masturbation (2014) … Herself – Panelist
Sex (2014) … Herself – Panelist
 2013 CMT’s Hottest (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist
 2006-2009 Video on Trial (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 4 April 2009 (2009) … Herself
Episode #3.2 (2007) … Herself
Episode #3.1 (2007) … Herself
Episode #2.23 (2007) … Herself
Episode #2.18 (2007) … Herself
 2008 Party Mamas (TV Series)
Herself

Deeya (2008) … Herself
 2008 Entertainment Tonight Canada (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 11 January 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 eTalk Daily (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 10 January 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2007 2007 Much Music Video Music Awards (TV Special)
Herself
 2006 Off the Record (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 11 December 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 2006 MuchMusic Video Awards (TV Special)
Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2008 Video on Trial (TV Series)
Herself

Video on Trial: 100! (2008) … Herself

REBECCA DALTON

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Actress (18 credits)
 2017 Christmas Wedding Planner (TV Movie) (completed)
Emily
 2015-2017 Good Witch (TV Series)
Tara / Tara Russell

Say It with Candy (2017) … Tara Russell (uncredited)
A Budding Romance (2017) … Tara
A Perfect Match 2 (2016) … Tara
A Perfect Match (2016) … Tara
 2016 Total Frat Movie
Katie Littleton
 2016 An Unexpected Christmas (TV Movie)
Robin
 2014 Saving Hope (TV Series)
Nora

The Other Side of Midnight (2014) … Nora
 2013-2014 Degrassi: Minis (TV Series)
Lenore Mantino

Eli: Dorm Life, Part Four ‘Rewrites’ (2014) … Lenore Mantino
Eli: Dorm Life, Part Three ‘Moving On’ (2014) … Lenore Mantino
 2014 Rocky Road (TV Movie)
Suzie Barnes
 2014 Suits (TV Series)
Allison Sanders

Two in the Knees (2014) … Allison Sanders
 2014 Working the Engels (TV Series)
Ryan

Jenna’s Friend (2014) … Ryan
 2012 The L.A. Complex (TV Series)
Dita / Sexy Lux Woman

Don’t Say Goodbye (2012) … Dita
Xs and Os (2012) … Dita
Now or Never (2012) … Dita
Make It Right (2012) … Dita
Help Wanted (2012) … Dita
 2012 Life with Boys (TV Series)
Super Model

Blah, Blah, Blah with Boys (2012) … Super Model
 2012 Lost Girl (TV Series)
Scenester girl

Midnight Lamp (2012) … Scenester girl
 2011 My Babysitter’s a Vampire (TV Series)
Della

ReVamped (2011) … Della
Lawn of the Dead (2011) … Della
 2010 My Babysitter’s a Vampire (TV Movie)
Popcorn Lady
 2010 Unnatural History (TV Series)
Sally

Beetlemania (2010) … Sally

SAMANTHA KENDRICK

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Actress (12 credits)
 2017 Prison Break (TV Series)
Airline Employee

Progeny (2017) … Airline Employee
 2016 Christmas List (TV Movie)
Young Ellen
 2015 The Pinkertons (TV Series)
Leila Greenhow

The Better Angels of Our Nature (2015) … Leila Greenhow
 2013 Bunks (TV Movie)
Female Drill Sargent
 2013 Prosecuting Casey Anthony (TV Movie)
Court Clerk
 2012 The Christmas Heart (TV Movie)
Karen
 2012 Verdict (TV Movie)
Emily Edwards
 2011 Lucky Christmas (TV Movie)
Waitress
 2011 Cashing In (TV Series)
Nikki

Wounded Wolf (2011) … Nikki
 2010 Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (TV Series)
Becky

Big Bad Baby (2010) … Becky

Holly Deveaux

Holly Deveaux

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Holly Deveaux (born 1994 in Toronto, Ontario[1]) is a Canadian actress.[2] She is known for starring in the television series Baxter,[3][4] Less Than Kind,[5] and Spun Out.[6]

Career[edit]

In 2012, Deveaux was cast as Casey Anthony in Prosecuting Casey Anthony, a television movie based on death of Caylee Anthony,[3][7][8] though the part was ultimately recast. The same year her performance in the television film The Phantoms garnered praise from The Globe and Mail reviewer John Doyle who remarked, “Outstanding is Deveaux as Tess, the most complex and troubled of the teenagers. Deveaux (last seen in Less Than Kind) is luminous, her pale face subtly registering every hurt, every worry and every insult that comes her way…”[9] In 2014, she starred in the Syfy original movie Mutant World.[10][11] In 2015, she played a prominent guest role on an episode of Rookie Blue playing a dangerous prison inmate.[12]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Victoria Day Cayla Chapman
2011 Tile Man Tina
2011 Wake Me Up Hannah / Dolores Short film
2011 Unlucky Melanie
2013 Breakout Jen originally titled Split Decision[13]
2014 Big Muddy June Baker
2014 Mutant World Melissa King
2015 Hunter’s Moon Cheyenne
2015 Early Retirement Clara Short film
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Haven Brooke Garrick Episode: “Resurfacing”
2010 Lost Girl Portia Episode: “Faetal Justice”
2010–2011 Baxter Emma Ruby Main role
2011 Breakout Kings Haley Episode: “Fun with Chemistry”
2011 Murdoch Mysteries Arlene Dennet Episode: “Bloodlust”
2011 Flashpoint Dana Mayweather Episode: “Run, Jamie, Run”
2011 Silent Witness Marcie Calder Television film[5]
2012 Less Than Kind Katya Recurring role
2012 Phantoms, TheThe Phantoms Tess Jordan Television film
2013 Cracked Jessica O’Donnell Episode: “Cherry Blossoms”
2013 Hannibal Marissa Schurr Episode: “Potage”
2013 Hemlock Grove Jenny Fredericks Recurring role
2013 His Turn Megan Willow Television film
2013 Listener, TheThe Listener Nikki Hutton Episode: “House of Horror”
2014–2015 Spun Out Abby Hayes Main role
2015 Rookie Blue Rochelle Dawber Episode: “Uprising”
2016–2017 Shadowhunters Rebecca Lewis 3 episodes
2017 Running Away Maggie Television film[14]

AMBER TAMBLYN (UPDATE)

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Actress (48 credits)
 2017 Cleveland. (announced)
Nic
 2017 Girlfriend’s Day
Jill
 2013-2016 Inside Amy Schumer (TV Series)
Amber / Girl #1 / Natasha / …

Psychopath Test (2016) … Amber
Madonna/Whore (2016) … Girl #1
80s Ladies (2015) … Natasha / Fran
Last F… Able Day (2015) … Amber Tamblyn
The Horror (2013) … Liz
 2009-2016 The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret (TV Series)
Stephanie Daley / Girl / Not Todd’s Girlfriend

The Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret Part 1 (2016) … Stephanie Daley
The Decisions of Todd Margaret (2016) … Stephanie Daley
Todd Margaret Part 1 (2016) … Stephanie Daley
Conclusion (2012) … Stephanie Daley
 2014 X/Y
Stacey
 2014 Community (TV Series)
Thought Jacker Co-Star

Basic Sandwich (2014) … Thought Jacker Co-Star (uncredited)
 2013 This One Time (TV Series)

Amber Tamblyn (2013)
 2013 The Heart, She Holler (TV Series)
Hurlette Headhe

The Dearranged Marriage (2013) … Hurlette Headhe
 2013 Anatomy of Violence (TV Movie)
Abby Ravner
 2012 Django Unchained
Daughter of a Son of a Gunfighter
 2012 Metalocalypse (TV Series)
Trindle

Fanklok (2012) … Trindle (voice)
 2012 Portlandia (TV Series)
Intern

Cat Nap (2012) … Intern
 2010 The Quinn-tuplets (TV Movie)
Miriam Quinn
 2009 Comedy Showcase (TV Series)
Girl

 2008/IV Blackout
Claudia
 2007 Babylon Fields (TV Movie)
Janine Wunch
 2007/I Spiral
Amber
 2005 I’m Still Here: Real Diaries of Young People Who Lived During the Holocaust (TV Movie documentary)
Elizabeth Kaugmann / Miriam Korber (voice)
 2003 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Clare Metcalf

Clare de Lune (2003) … Clare Metcalf
 2002 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Senior Cadet Valerie Barreiro

Camp Fear (2002) … Senior Cadet Valerie Barreiro
 2002 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)
Jenna Winslow

Evergreen (2002) … Jenna Winslow
 2002 Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet
Kate (segment “Twelve Miles to Trona”)
 2002 Prep (TV Movie)
 2001 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series)
Janice

All the Way (2001) … Janice
 1997 Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard (Video)
Sprout
 1995 Rebellious
Deb
 1995 Live Nude Girls
Young Jill (as Amber Rose Tamblyn)