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Alison Becker

Alison Helene Becker was born in Allamuchy, New Jersey. After graduating from high school by the age of 16, she attended Georgetown University and because of her fascination with grammar and reading literature, she decided to get a degree in English and eventually graduated cum laude. She then began pursuing a career in the performing arts, mainly…
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Actress (74 credits)
 2017/II Control (Short) (completed)
 2017 How to Apply for a Sexual Position (Short) (completed)
Regina Collins
 2018 The 5th Quarter (TV Series)
Sarah / Amy

The Sports Gods (2018) … Sarah
Searching for Enthusiasm (2018) … Amy
 2017 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)
Yogi Tina

Namaste (2017) … Yogi Tina
 2017 Hot Date (TV Series)

 2017 Pilot Season (TV Series)
Katie Girl Next Door
 2017 I’m Sorry (TV Series)

Goddess Party (2017) … Saleswoman
 2017 Lucifer (TV Series)

Deceptive Little Parasite (2017) … Madison
 2017 Jeff & Some Aliens (TV Series)

Jeff & Some Colonists (2017) … Zola (voice)
 2017 Throwing Shade (TV Series)
Woman in Bathroom

Episode #1.3 (2017) … Woman in Bathroom
 2016 The Invoking: Paranormal Dimensions (Video)
Amanda (segment “Bedroom Window”)
 2015-2016 TripTank (TV Series)
Alien Fangirl 3 / Zargoona / Mom / …

Deuce Ex Machina (2016) … Alien Fangirl 3 / Zargoona (voice)
#InsideRoy (2016) … Mom (voice)
Precipice of Yesterday (2015) … Attractive Woman (voice)
 2016 Bad Internet (TV Series)

 2016 Bedroom Window (Short)
 2015 Adam Ruins Everything (TV Series)
Liz Cormack

Adam Ruins Forensic Science (2015) … Liz Cormack
 2015 The Comedians (TV Series)
Wife #2

Partners (2015) … Wife #2
Damage Control (2015) … Wife #2
Celebrity Guest (2015) … Wife #2
 2013-2015 Kroll Show (TV Series)
Tour Guide / Pretend Lesbian

The in Addition Tos (2015) … Pretend Lesbian
The Greatest Hits of It (2013) … Tour Guide
Secret Room (2013) … Tour Guide
 2013-2015 Newsreaders (TV Series)
Xandra Dent

Epic Fail (2013) … Xandra Dent
 2015 Chapters of Horror (TV Series)

Bedroom Window (2015) … Amanda
 2015 Parental Indiscretion (TV Series)

MSRAD … Woman
 2014 New Girl (TV Series)

Thanksgiving IV (2014) … Pearl
 2014 Uh, Hey Dude (TV Series)

Names & Kissing (2014) … Tonya
 2014 Missing You (Short)
 2014 American Dad! (TV Series)

 2014 Gay of Thrones (TV Series)

 2014 The Wedding Pact
Date #3
 2012-2014 Sketchy (TV Series)
Beth / Cora / Catnip

The Walking Almost Dead (2012) … Cora
Got the Check (2012)
Hungry Games (2012) … Catnip
 2013 The Pete Holmes Show (TV Series)
Carla the Don’t Touch Fire Cow

Bill Burr (2013) … Carla the Don’t Touch Fire Cow
 2013 The Goodwin Games (TV Series)

Welcome Home, Goodwins (2013) … Danielle
 2013 Coogan Auto (TV Series)

Guess Who’s Coming to Visit (2013) … Becky
Episode #1.2 (2013) … Becky
The Company Commercial (2013) … Becky
 2012 Call Me Maybe Not (Short)
 2012 Girl Crazy (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Emily
 2011 The Bungalow (Short)
 2011 Ricky and Ravi (Are in Between Jobs) (Video short)
 2011 Funny or Die Presents… (TV Series)
Sandra (segment “The Amazing Adventures of David and Jennie”)

Episode #2.3 (2011) … Sandra (segment “The Amazing Adventures of David and Jennie”)
 2011 Californication (TV Series)

Exile on Main St. (2011) … UTK Rep
 2010 The Back Room (TV Series short)

Andrew Daly (2010) … Alfalfa
 2010 Pretend Time (TV Series)

Monday Morning Meltdown (2010) … Lady
 2010 The League (TV Series)

Ghost Monkey (2010) … Darcy
 2010 Michael Vartan Has Dorfism (Video short)
Turbo’s Girl
 2010 Maximum Turbo Extended Scene (Short)
Turbo’s Girl
 2010 The Other Guys
Financial News Anchor
 2010 Fake It Til You Make It (TV Series)

You Are What You Drive (2010) … Tina
 2010 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)

Free Free Time (2010) … Teresa
 2010 Veteran’s Day (Video short)
 2009 May the Best Man Win
Sarah Freeman
 2008 Z Rock (TV Series)

Episode #1.10 (2008) … Becky
Episode #1.4 (2008) … Becky
 2007-2008 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Det. Streetman

Neighborhood Watch (2008) … Det. Streetman
Depths (2007) … Det. Streetman
 2007-2008 Human Giant (TV Series)
Journey’s Edge Casting Director / Various / Emergency Dating Service Girl

She Be a Witch (2008) … Journey’s Edge Casting Director
Respect. Honor. Discipline. (2008) … Various
Ice Cream Party (2007)
 2008 The Colbert Report (TV Series)

Dean Kamen (2008) … Wife
 2004-2007 Late Night with Conan O’Brien (TV Series)
Various / Conan’s Date

Episode #14.189 (2007) … Various
Episode #13.59 (2005) … Conan’s Date
Episode #12.63 (2004) … Various
 2007 Arranged
 2006 God-Links
 2006 The P.A. (TV Series)
Alison (2006)
 2006 Premium
 2006 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Angel’s Owner

Taboo (2006) … Angel’s Owner
 2004 Popping the Question with Star Jones (TV Series)
Ali / Co-host
 2004 Jump Cuts (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (2004) … Alfalfa
 2004 Cavalcade of Personalities (TV Short)
Loretta Davies
 2003 Pushing Tom
 2003 Boiling Points (TV Series)
Series Regular
 2003 Celebrity Deathmatch (Video Game) (voice)

Leah Hackett

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Leah Hackett

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Leah Hackett
Born (1985-08-15) 15 August 1985 (age 32)
Bolton, England, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Leah Hackett (born 15 August 1985), is an English actress, most notable for her role as Tina Reilly (née McQueen) in Hollyoaks.

Background and personal life[edit]

Hackett was born in Bolton, Greater Manchester. She worked in Tyldesley Library as a teenager. She attended Tyldesley Primary School before moving to Fred Longworth High School. She later attended Winstanley College and went on to get a place at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.[1]

She appeared in Reemer’s video for the single Maniac.[2]


Hackett played timid Tina Reilly in Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks. She played the role for over two years between 3 August 2006, until her character’s death on 17 October 2008. She reprised the role for one episode on 20 November 2014.

Other appearances[edit]

She also appeared in the Liverpool Nativity on 16 December 2007 as a shepherdess. In July 2008, Hackett was the face selected to launch the Polaroid PoGo.[3] She also appeared in a series of videos promoting the Year of Food and Farming where she milks a cow, shears sheep, collects eggs and makes an ice cream at Blaze Farm in Cheshire.[4] She appeared in a pantomime (Dick Whittington), at Buxton Opera House and she played Alice Witzwarren. She appeared as Clare Saunders in an episode of Doctors, titled “The Mathematics of Marriage”, which aired 15 December 2010.[citation needed]

Other TV appearances[edit]

  • 2010 – DOCTORS (Clare Saunders) – (BBC)
  • 2011 – THE CASE (Tamsin Hatfield) – Lime Pictures Ltd (ITV)
  • 2012 – DOCTORS (Michaela Everett) – (BBC)
  • 2012 – GOOD COP (Laura) – BBC Drama Productions
  • 2012-13 – FOUR O’CLOCK CLUB – (WPC Rowe) CBBC
  • 2014 – CORONATION STREET (WPC Swanson)

Stage appearances[edit]

  • November 2010, Pub (musical drama), Royal Exchange, Manchester
  • June to July 2013, Manchester – The Massacre (a promenade performance drama splicing the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 and the Hacienda Movement of 1989), Library Theatre company



Year(s) Title Role Notes
2006–2008 Hollyoaks Tina Reilly (née McQueen) Channel 4
2013 4 O’Clock Club WPC Rowe Series 2 Episode 11
2014 Coronation Street PC Stanley ITV, 1 episode
2017 The Break[disambiguation needed][5] Lisa BBC, 1 episode
Actress (11 credits)
 2017 The Break (TV Mini-Series)

Special Delivery (2017) … Lisa
 2016 Casualty (TV Series)
Linda Jones

What Lies Beneath (2016) … Linda Jones
 2013-2016 4 O’Clock Club (TV Series)
WPC Rowe / PC Rowe

Date (2016) … WPC Rowe
Time Capsule (2015) … WPC Rowe
Bike (2015) … PC Rowe
Radio (2014) … WPC Rowe
Cross Country (2014) … WPC Rowe
 2014 Moving On (TV Series)

Two Brothers (2014) … Barmaid
 2014 Coronation Street (TV Series)
P.C. Stanlow

Episode #1.8355 (2014) … P.C. Stanlow
Episode #1.8354 (2014) … P.C. Stanlow
Episode #1.8325 (2014) … P.C. Stanlow
Episode #1.8324 (2014) … P.C. Stanlow
Episode #1.8320 (2014) … P.C. Stanlow
 2012 Good Cop (TV Series)

Episode #1.4 (2012) … Laura
Episode #1.3 (2012) … Laura
 2010-2012 Doctors (TV Series)
Michaela Everett / Clare Saunders

Something on the Air (2012) … Michaela Everett
Back Inside (2012) … Michaela Everett
Those Were the Days (2012) … Michaela Everett
The Mathematics of Marriage (2010) … Clare Saunders
 2011 The Case (TV Series)
Tamsin Hatfield

Episode #1.2 (2011) … Tamsin Hatfield
 2006-2009 Hollyoaks (TV Series)
Tina Reilly / Tina McQueen

Episode #1.2668 (2009) … Tina Reilly (uncredited)
Episode #1.2423 (2008) … Tina Reilly (voice, uncredited)
Episode #1.2410 (2008) … Tina Reilly (uncredited)
 2007 Liverpool Nativity (TV Movie)
Shepherd Amy
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2012 Doctors (TV Series)
Michaela Everett

The Bespectacled Bounder (2012) … Michaela Everett (uncredited)

Rachel Shenton

Rachel Shenton

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Rachel Shenton
Born Rachel Joy Shenton
(1987-12-21) 21 December 1987 (age 29)
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present

Rachel Joy Shenton is an English actress who has appeared in a number of British television series and films. Shenton made her American TV debut on ABC Family drama Switched at Birth in Season 3 as Lily Summers and stayed until the shows finale in Season 5. Rachel is currently filming Template:BBC2 Comedy Template:White Gold


Shenton was born in Stoke-on-Trent and has lived in the suburb of Caverswall. She attended two high schools, one in Cheadle. In between acting roles she volunteered at her local charity Deaflinks.[1] Shenton’s acting career began with small recurring parts in various television series such as Holby City and Waterloo Road.[2] She also filmed various television commercials for the Ministry of Defence, DFS and Sega Superstars Tennis and appeared in two British films.[3] She continued recurring appearances in 2008 appearing in Nickelodeon’s series Genie in the House and Five’s Sophia’s Diary, playing Sofia’s wayward sister ‘Trisha’.[3]

In April 2010 it was announced that Shenton had been cast in Hollyoaks as Mitzeee Minniver, a wannabe glamour model.[4] Shenton described her character as being the complete opposite of her.[5] Her casting came as part of new producer Paul Marquess‘ major revamp of the serial. Before her character had appeared on-screen Shenton received media attention for her image, with tabloids reporting on her likeness to Cheryl Cole.[6][7] Shenton described the attention and comparisons as “very flattering”.[8] On 20 December 2012, Shenton announced her decision to leave Hollyoaks. She has described the experience as an “amazing two years” of her life.[9] Shenton’s final scenes as Mitzeee aired on 15 February 2013, when the character moved to America.

On 28 April 2014 it was announced that Shenton would make her American TV debut in season 3 of the ABC Family drama Switched at Birth playing young student teacher, Lilly Summers.

Personal life[edit]

When Shenton was twelve, her father became deaf after undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer. Following the death of her father, Shenton learned sign language and qualified as an interpreter. In 2011 Shenton was made ambassador for the National Deaf Children’s Society and she continues to raise awareness of deafness in the UK.[10][11] In March 2011, Shenton completed a skydive in aid of National Deaf Children’s Society.[12] In February 2012, Shenton announced that she was due to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the charity.[10] In May 2011, Shenton helped to launch a social networking website for deaf people named “Viewtalk”.[13] In October 2012, she climbed the BT Tower in aid of Action on Hearing Loss.[14]



Year Film Role Notes
2004 Kiss & Tell Claire Short film[15]
2005 Holby City Katrina Hobsbawn 1 episode: “Doing the Right Thing” (7.52)[16]
Agnosia Tania Short Film[15]
Xlitherman Shade Girl Feature Film[15]
2006 Doctors Sadie Slade 1 episode: “Positively Blooming” (7.115)[16]
2007 Waterloo Road Courtney 3 episodes[16]
Doctors Jade Hearn/Robertson 1 episode: “Careers Day” (9.111)[16]
2008 Storyville English storyteller Ident[15]
Sophia’s Dairy Tricia 1 episode[15]
Genie in the House Amy 1 episode: “Curse of the Genie Ring” (3.09)[16]
2009 Money Kills Anya Feature film[15]
2010–13 Hollyoaks Mitzeee Minniver Regular cast member (234 episodes)[2]
23 July 2010 – 15 February 2013
2011 Blood and Bone China Anna Fitzgerald 10 episodes
2014–17 Switched at Birth Lily Summers 19 episodes
2017 The Silent Child Joanne Short Film written by Rachel

Voice over[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2005 NSPCC Eye Opener Abused teenager Voice over[3]
2006 Bulldog Broadband Presenter Voice over[3]
2009 Selston Cosmetic Clinic Presenter Voice over[3]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2011 British Soap Awards Sexiest Female[17] Hollyoaks Nominated
All About Soap Bubble Awards Best Newcomer[18] Hollyoaks Nominated
TV Choice Awards Best Soap Newcomer[19] Hollyoaks Nominated
Inside Soap Awards Best Newcomer[20] Hollyoaks Nominated
2012 Inside Soap Awards Sexiest Female[21] Hollyoaks Nominated
National Television Awards Serial Drama Performance[22] Hollyoaks Nominated

Jorgie Porter

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Jorgie Porter
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Born Jorgina Porter
25 December 1987 (1987-12-25) (age 29)
Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, UK
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2008–present

JorginaJorgiePorter (born 25 December 1987) is an English actress and model. She is best known for portraying Theresa McQueen in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, a role she played from 2008 until her departure in 2016. In January 2012, she participated in Dancing on Ice and again in the final series in January 2014. In November 2015, she participated in I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and finished in fifth place. She made a one-off appearance as Miss Croft in the Are You Being Served? special in August 2016. In 2017, she appeared as a contestant on the E4 reality dating show Celebs Go Dating.

Early life[edit]

Porter was born in Trafford, Greater Manchester on 25 December 1987. She grew up with her mother, grandmother, and sister, and has only met her father once.[1] A former ballet dancer, she was told by the ballet school she attended that she was overweight for a dancer. She later attended The Hammond School in Chester.[1]


In November 2008, it was announced that Porter had joined the cast of the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, playing the role of Theresa McQueen. Porter said that she was “thrilled” to join the cast and be a part of one of soap opera’s “most notorious families”.[2] In 2010, Porter appeared with eight other soap opera actresses in a music video and cover of the Cyndi Lauper single “Girls Just Want To Have Fun“. The song was released in aid of charity, Cancer Research UK’s campaign “Race for Life“.[3]

Porter appeared in the November 2010 issue of Sugar magazine.[4] In FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2011, Porter was ranked 50th.[5] In August 2011, Porter took part in the ITV dance show Born to Shine. She learned to street dance on the show, but failed to make it to the final.[6]

In 2012, Porter was confirmed to be a contestant and participant on the seventh series of Dancing on Ice.[7] Porter was paired dancing with American pairs skater Matt Evers.[8] Porter made it to the final and finished in second place behind Emmerdale actor Matthew Wolfenden.[9]

In 2013, Porter decided to leave Hollyoaks. In October that year, she said she was leaving the show at the end of her contract.[10] After finishing filming on the show she appeared on the final series Dancing On Ice in January 2014, which featured returning contestant ‘All Stars’ from past series. Poter and her skating partner Sylvain Longchambon were the first contestants to be voted off the series.[11] In April, it was announced that Porter had agreed to return to Hollyoaks.[12]

In 2014, she released her own calendar for 2015, showing some of her modelling shoots and photos. She has also released another calendar for 2016.[13][14] Porter is the presenter for the Nintendo Girls Club.[15] In July 2015, Porter announced that she was leaving Hollyoaks once again.[16] Her final scenes as the character aired on 11 March 2016.[17] In November 2015, Porter took part in the fifteenth series of ITV show I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. She came 5th on the show.[18]

In 2016, Porter was cast as “Miss Croft” in a reboot episode of the series Are You Being Served?.[19] She also became the new face of the UK advertising campaign for the skincare brand Proactiv.[20] In 2017, she appeared as a contestant in Celebs Go Dating.

Charity work[edit]

Porter is an ambassador for Teenage Cancer Trust and their annual sun safety campaign, ‘Shunburn’. Porter had several images taken, showing the effects and damages of sun burn.[21]



Year Title Role Notes
2008–2016 Hollyoaks Theresa McQueen Series Regular
2009–2013 Hollyoaks Later Theresa McQueen Series Regular
2012 Dancing On Ice Herself Contestant
2015 I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
2015 First Dates
2016 Are You Being Served? Miss Croft One-off special
2017 Celebs Go Dating Herself Contestant

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Ceremony Category[note 1] Work Result
2009 British Soap Awards Best Newcomer[22] Hollyoaks Nominated
2009 TVQuick and TVChoice Awards Best Newcomer[23] Hollyoaks Nominated
2010 British Soap Awards Best Actress[24] Hollyoaks Nominated
2011 National Television Awards Best Serial Drama Performance[25] Hollyoaks Nominated
2011 TV Choice Awards Best Soap Actress[26] Hollyoaks Nominated
2011 British Soap Awards Best Actress[27] Hollyoaks Nominated
2011 FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World[28] Herself Nominated
2012 British Soap Awards Sexiest Female[29] Hollyoaks Nominated
2012 FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World[30] Herself Nominated
2012 FHM Hottest Female Soap Star[31][32] Hollyoaks Won
2013 British Soap Awards Sexiest Female[33] Hollyoaks Nominated
2013 FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World[34] Herself Nominated
2014 British Soap Awards Sexiest Female[35] Hollyoaks Nominated
2014 FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World[36] Herself Nominated
2015 FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World[37] Herself Nominated

Kristin Bauer van Straten

Kristin grew up in Wisconsin playing sports, riding horses, and shooting guns. Her father was an avid horseman and gun collector and her mother a housewife involved in charities. Kristin moved to Los Angeles and began acting in 1994 after studying fine arts in St. Louis, Boston and New York. She still studies drawing and painting, and does … See full bio »
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Actress (72 credits)
 2016 Hollyweed (TV Movie) (post-production)
 2017 Lore (TV Series)
Minnie Otto

Unboxed (2017) … Minnie Otto
 2017 Rich Boy, Rich Girl
Jessica DeBenedetto
 2016 Nocturnal Animals
Samantha Van Helsing
 2015 Kingmakers (TV Movie)
Maeve Vandemeer
 2011-2015 Once Upon a Time (TV Series)

Mother (2015) … Maleficent
Lily (2015) … Maleficent
 2014 Teen Lust
 2014 Saint George (TV Series)
Suzanne Duval

Rich Girl (2014) … Suzanne Duval
 2013 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (TV Series)

Forget Me Not (2013) … Maleficent (voice, as Kristin Bauer Van Straten)
 2010-2013 The Secret Life of the American Teenager (TV Series)
Didi Stone

Caught in a Trap (2013) … Didi Stone
When Bad Things Happen to Bad People (2013) … Didi Stone
Interference (2013) … Didi Stone
Fraid So (2013) … Didi Stone
Half Over (2012) … Didi Stone
 2012 The Story of Luke
Aunt Cindy (as Kristin Bauer)
 2012 Gotten (Video short)
Mother (as Kristin Bauer)
 2011 The Soup (TV Series)
Pam the Intern

Episode #8.25 (2011) … Pam the Intern (as Kristin Bauer)
 2011 Subject: I Love You
Sarah Drake (as Kristin Bauer)
 2010 True Blood: Webisodes (TV Series short)

Eric & Pam (2010) … Pam (as Kristin Bauer)
 2010 Justified (TV Series)
Shirley Kelso

Riverbrook (2010) … Shirley Kelso (as Kristin Bauer)
 2009 Three Rivers (TV Series)
Val O’Leary

Where We Lie (2009) … Val O’Leary (as Kristin Bauer)
 2009 Private Practice (TV Series)

Pushing the Limits (2009) … Susanna (as Kristin Bauer)
 2009 House Rules (TV Movie)
Kathy McAdams (as Kristin Bauer)
 2008 Emily’s Reasons Why Not (TV Series)

Why Not to Cheat on Your Best Friend (2008) … Bethany (as Kristin Bauer)
 2007 Bones (TV Series)
Janelle Stinson

Boy in the Time Capsule (2007) … Janelle Stinson (as Kristin Bauer)
 2007 Dirty Sexy Money (TV Series)
Rebecca Colfax

The Italian Banker (2007) … Rebecca Colfax (as Kristin Bauer)
The Lions (2007) … Rebecca Colfax (as Kristin Bauer)
 2007 George Lopez (TV Series)
Cris Watson

George Joins the Neighborhood Wha-tcha and Raises the Vigil-ante (2007) … Cris Watson (as Kristin Bauer)
 2006 Pink Collar (TV Movie)
Eve (as Kristin Bauer)
 2006 Cold Case (TV Series)
Paula ’04 / ’06

The War at Home (2006) … Paula ’04 / ’06 (as Kristin Bauer)
 2006 Desperate Housewives (TV Series)

Could I Leave You? (2006) … Veronica (as Kristin Bauer)
 2004-2006 Crossing Jordan (TV Series)
Molly Greene

Death Toll (2006) … Molly Greene (as Kristin Bauer)
Fire in the Sky (2004) … Molly Greene (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 Boston Legal (TV Series)
Tori Pines

The Ass Fat Jungle (2005) … Tori Pines (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Kenli Johnson

Secrets & Flies (2005) … Kenli Johnson (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 Close to Home (TV Series)
Shannon Cooke

Suburban Prostitution (2005) … Shannon Cooke (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 Less Than Perfect (TV Series)
Kaye Buchinski

Casey V. Kronsky (2005) … Kaye Buchinski (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 Star Trek: Enterprise (TV Series)
Lt. Laneth

Divergence (2005) … Lt. Laneth (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 JAG (TV Series)
Megan Ransford

Automatic for the People (2005) … Megan Ransford (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 Crazy (TV Movie) (as Kristin Bauer)
 2005 Life of the Party
Caroline (as Kristin Bauer)
 2004 Commando Nanny (TV Series)
Lizzie Winter (as Kristin Bauer)
 2004 Quintuplets (TV Series)
Ms. Kilcoyne

Teacher’s Pet (2004) … Ms. Kilcoyne (as Kristin Bauer)
 2004 Dr. Vegas (TV Series)

Pilot (2004) … Portia (as Kristin Bauer)
 2004 Living with Lou (Short)
Jean (as Kristin Bauer)
 2004 50 First Dates
Female Firefighter (as Kristin Bauer)
 2003 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Pilot (2003) … Laura (as Kristin Bauer)
 2001-2003 Justice League (TV Series)
Mera / Reporter / Nurse

The Terror Beyond: Part II (2003) … Mera (voice, as Kristin Bauer)
The Terror Beyond (2003) … Mera (voice, as Kristin Bauer)
The Enemy Below: Part II (2001) … Mera (voice, as Kristin Bauer)
The Enemy Below (2001) … Mera / Reporter / Nurse (voice, as Kristin Bauer)
 2003 Gary the Rat (TV Series)

Manrattan (2003) … (voice, as Kristin Bauer)
 2002 Hidden Hills (TV Series)
Belinda Slypich

Christmas (2002) … Belinda Slypich (as Kristin Bauer)
The Birth (2002) … Belinda Slypich (as Kristin Bauer)
Coach Doug (2002) … Belinda Slypich (as Kristin Bauer)
The Shocker (2002) … Belinda Slypich (as Kristin Bauer)
Halloween (2002) … Belinda Slypich (as Kristin Bauer)
 2002 Boomtown (TV Series)

Pilot (2002) … Prostitute (as Kristin Bauer)
 2001 Just Shoot Me! (TV Series)

Finch in the Dogg House (2001) … Allie (as Kristin Bauer)
At Long Last Allie (2001) … Allie (as Kristin Bauer)
 2001 Dharma & Greg (TV Series)

Dharma Does Dallas (2001) … Stephanie (as Kristin Bauer)
 2001 Room 302 (Short)
Karen (as Kristin Bauer)
 2000-2001 That’s Life (TV Series)
Candy Cooper

Heart Problems (2001) … Candy Cooper (as Kristin Bauer)
Nomads (2001) … Candy Cooper (as Kristin Bauer)
Photographs (2001) … Candy Cooper (as Kristin Bauer)
When Good Ideas Go Bad (2000) … Candy Cooper (as Kristin Bauer)
Saint Bernadette (2000) … Candy Cooper (as Kristin Bauer)
 2001 Hollywood Palms
Kathleen (as Kristin Bauer)
 2000 Dark Angel (TV Series)
Lydia Meyerson

Pilot (2000) … Lydia Meyerson (as Kristin Bauer)
 2000 Dancing at the Blue Iguana
Nico (as Kristin Bauer)
 2000 Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (TV Movie)
Katy Scott (as Kristin Bauer)
 1998 My Little Havana (Short)
Carmen (as Kristin Bauer)
 1998 Chicago Hope (TV Series)
Melody Cacaci

Viagra-Vated Assault (1998) … Melody Cacaci (as Kristin Bauer)
 1998 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Tamara Stevens

Estrogen (1998) … Tamara Stevens (as Kristin Bauer)
 1997 Men Behaving Badly (TV Series)

I Am What I Am (1997) … Robin (as Kristin Bauer)
 1997 Everybody Loves Raymond (TV Series)

The Car (1997) … Lisa (as Kristin Bauer)
 1997 Total Security (TV Series)
Geneva Renault

Look Who’s Stalking (1997) … Geneva Renault (as Kristin Bauer)
Who’s Poppa? (1997) … Geneva Renault (as Kristin Bauer)
Citizen Canine (1997) … Geneva Renault (as Kristin Bauer)
Looking for Mr. Goombah (1997) … Geneva Renault (as Kristin Bauer)
Dental Men Prefer Blondes (1997) … Geneva Renault (as Kristin Bauer)
 1996 Seinfeld (TV Series)

The Bizarro Jerry (1996) … Gillian (as Kristin Bauer)
 1995-1996 The Crew (TV Series)
Maggie Reynolds

The Man We Love (1996) … Maggie Reynolds (as Kristin Bauer)
Winds of Change: Part 2 (1996) … Maggie Reynolds (as Kristin Bauer)
Winds of Change: Part 1 (1996) … Maggie Reynolds (as Kristin Bauer)
Love and Marriage (1996) … Maggie Reynolds (as Kristin Bauer)
The New Kids on the Block (1996) … Maggie Reynolds (as Kristin Bauer)
 1995 Pointman (TV Series)

Business and Pleasure (1995) … Ellie (as Kristin Bauer)
Father Connie (1995) … (as Kristin Bauer)
That’s Amore (1995) … (as Kristin Bauer)
 1995 Glory Daze
Dina (as Kristin Bauer)
 1995 Galaxis
Commander (as Kristin Bauer)
 1995 Cybill (TV Series)

The Curse of Zoey (1995) … Kirsten (as Kristin Bauer)
 1994 Silk Stalkings (TV Series)
Heather St. Clair

Red Flag (1994) … Heather St. Clair (as Kristen Bauer)
 1994 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (TV Series)
Mrs. Loomis

The Prankster (1994) … Mrs. Loomis (as Kristin Bauer)
 1994 Columbo (TV Series)
Suzie Endicott

Undercover (1994) … Suzie Endicott (as Kristin Bauer)
 1994 L.A. Law (TV Series)
Miss English

McKenzie, Brackman, Barnum & Bailey (1994) … Miss English (as Kristin Bauer)


Melody Rogers is an actress, known for All My Children (1970), Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas (1994) and Hooch (1977).
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Actress (16 credits)
 2005 Diamond Zero
Beatrice Lockbuster
 2004 Y.M.I.
Digger’s Mom
 1998 The Brian Benben Show (TV Series)

Pilot (1998) … Chelsea
 1997 JAG (TV Series)
ZNN Anchor

We the People (1997) … ZNN Anchor
 1989 Charlie (TV Movie)
Norma Carlisle
 1989 One of the Boys (TV Series)

The Meeting (1989) … Vanessa
 1988 Who Gets the Friends? (TV Movie)
 1986 Night Court (TV Series)

Dan’s Operation: Part 2 (1986) … Nurse
Dan’s Operation: Part 1 (1986) … Nurse (uncredited)
 1982 2 on the Town (TV Series)
 1979 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (TV Series)
Lieutenant Dia Cyrton

Cosmic Whiz Kid (1979) … Lieutenant Dia Cyrton
 1978 The Courage and the Passion (TV Movie)
Janet Sayers
 1977 Hooch
 1970 All My Children (TV Series)
Elise Flynn (1997)


Melody Patterson was born on April 16, 1949 in Inglewood, California. She started performing at the age of four, appearing in “Mrs. McThing” at the Downey Community Theatre in Downey, California. She attended the Hollywood Professional School and later studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. The television series F Troop
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Actress (12 credits)
 1990 The Immortalizer (Video)
Nurse Blaine
 1969-1974 Hawaii Five-O (TV Series)
Kathy / Sherry / Missy

Nightmare in Blue (1974) … Sherry
The Devil and Mr. Frog (1969) … Missy
 1973 The Harrad Experiment
Jeannie (uncredited)
 1971 Blood and Lace
Ellie Masters
 1968 Green Acres (TV Series)
Lorelei Appleby

Eb’s Romance (1968) … Lorelei Appleby
 1968 Adam-12 (TV Series)

Log 141: The Color TV Bandit (1968) … Valerie
 1968 The Angry Breed
April Banner
 1967 The Monkees (TV Series)
Ella Mae

Hillbilly Honeymoon (1967) … Ella Mae
 1965 Wendy and Me (TV Series)
Eleanor Martinson

You Can Fight City Hall (1965) … Eleanor Martinson
 1963 Bye Bye Birdie
Teenager (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (2 credits)
 1967 F Troop (TV Series) (performer – 1 episode)

That’s Show Biz (1967) … (performer: “Lemon Tree”, “Mr. Tambourine Man” – uncredited)
 1965 Shindig! (TV Series) (performer – 1 episode)

Episode #2.22 (1965) … (performer: “You’re the One’, “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (5 credits)
 1967 The Hollywood Squares (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Episode #1.188 (1967) … Herself – Panelist
Episode #1.187 (1967) … Herself – Panelist
Episode #1.186 (1967) … Herself – Panelist
Episode #1.185 (1967) … Herself – Panelist
Episode #1.184 (1967) … Herself – Panelist
 1966-1967 Dream Girl of ’67 (TV Series)
Herself – Fashion Hostess

The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show No. 130) (1967) … Herself – Fashion Hostess
The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show No. 129) (1967) … Herself – Fashion Hostess
The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show No. 128) (1967) … Herself – Fashion Hostess
The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show No. 127) (1967) … Herself – Fashion Hostess
The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show No. 126) (1967) … Herself – Fashion Hostess
 1967 Gypsy (TV Series)

Episode dated 23 March 1967 (1967) … Herself
 1966 Hollywood Deb Star Ball (TV Movie)
Herself – 1966 Deb Star
 1965 Shindig! (TV Series)
Herself – Singer / Herself

Episode #2.22 (1965) … Herself – Singer
Episode #2.16 (1965) … Herself

Adrienne Bailon

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Adrienne Bailon

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Adrienne Bailon

Bailon in March 2011
Born Adrienne Eliza Bailon
(1983-10-24) October 24, 1983 (age 34)
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
Other names Adrienne Houghton[1]
Years active 1999–present
Spouse(s) Israel Houghton (m. 2016)
Website adriennebailon.com
Musical career
Origin New York, U.S.
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts

Adrienne Eliza Houghton[2][3] (née Bailon; born October 24, 1983) is an American singer-songwriter, recording artist, actress, dancer and television personality. Adrienne Bailon first became publicly known when she rose to fame as one of the founding members and singer of both 3LW (1999–2007) and Disney’s The Cheetah Girls (2003–2008).

Bailon recorded a debut solo album which was later shelved. Since then, Bailon has stated that she plans to record a Spanish-language solo album.[4]

Aside from her work in 3LW and The Cheetah Girls, Bailon went on to develop her own acting career with roles in The Cheetah Girls films, Coach Carter and the MTV film All You’ve Got. Aside from her work in film, she has also guest starred in numerous television series including the Disney Channel series That’s So Raven and The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. Bailon has established a solo music career, contributing two solo tracks, including “What If”, to The Cheetah Girls: One World soundtrack as well as the Confessions of a Shopaholic soundtrack, and numerous other guest musical ventures.

Bailon co-stars alongside television personality, model and actress Julissa Bermudez in their own reality series, Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne which airs on the Style Network. Adrienne met Julissa on the set of the 2006 film All You’ve Got.

Currently, Bailon is one of the hosts of syndicated talk show The Real along with former fellow Disney Channel star Tamera Mowry, Jeannie Mai, and Loni Love, which premiered on July 15, 2013.[5]

Bailon’s career, spanning over 16 years with both 3LW and The Cheetah Girls, has helped her sell a combined 5.6 million recording albums worldwide.

Life and career[edit]

1983–2002: Early life, career beginnings, and 3LW[edit]

The Lower East Side at Orchard and Rivington Streets, where Bailon was raised

Bailon was born to a Puerto Rican mother, Nilda Alicea and an Ecuadorian father, Freddie Bailon, on October 24, 1983. She grew up in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.[6] Bailon has an older sister, Claudette.[7] Bailon’s parents are divorced, and she was raised by her mother and stepfather, Joe Felix.[8] She attended PS 110-The Monitor in Brooklyn[9] and the High School for Health Professions and Human Services, but did not pursue a career in the medical field because of her musical endeavors.[10] Bailon commented “I really wanted to be an Obstetrician! I wanted to bring babies into the world…”[11] Bailon was discovered by Latin pop singer Ricky Martin in October 1999 while she was performing in a church choir at Madison Square Garden.[12] Martin asked for the four best singers in the group, and Bailon was one of the four elected by Martin to perform as back-up singers as part of his Livin’ la Vida Loca Tour concert show later that night.[13][14]

Following the performance, Bailon became a member of the girl group 3LW. Bailon stated that she was spotted by a producer while on a field trip to Beth Israel, and was later offered a slot in the female trio.[11] Bailon said “..coming from very humble beginnings in the projects of the Lower East Side and not having any “Hollywood” connections… It did not seem realistic. I sang in church, acted in all the church and school plays… So when the opportunity came to join a girl group I was ready!”[15]

The group was signed to Epic Records. Kiely Williams and Naturi Naughton were the other two members of the group, and work on their debut album began in 1999. In 1999, the original line-up of 3LW formed. Their first single, “No More (Baby I’ma Do Right)“, was released in the fall of 2000. “No More” was a chart success, and was followed by “Playas Gon’ Play” in early 2001. The group’s self-titled debut album, 3LW was released on December 5, 2000. The album went on to be certified platinum by the RIAA, selling 1.3 million copies in the United States.[16]

In the summer of 2001, the group embarked on the MTV Total Request Live tour along with Destiny’s Child, Dream, Nelly, Eve, and Jessica Simpson. In 2001, 3LW recorded a song with various artists including Michael Jackson, Usher, Beyoncé, Luther Vandross, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey in response to the 9/11 attacks called “What More Can I Give“. In late 2001, they collaborated with Lil’ Romeo and Nick Cannon for “Parents Just Don’t Understand” on the Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius soundtrack.[17]

3LW spent the first half of 2002 in the studio, recording an album tentatively titled Same Game, Different Rules. The album and its intended lead single “Uh Oh” were presented to the label, who felt it did not have enough urban radio appeal. The tracks from Same Game, Different Rules were leaked to the Internet in MP3 format, and Epic considered dropping the girls. A fan support campaign for 3LW, named “Never Let Go of 3LW” after their song “Never Let Go” spread to the radio, and the act was retained, despite the album loss. Recording a new set of tracks, the group returned in the summer of 2002 with the P. Diddy-produced single “I Do (Wanna Get Close To You)“, featuring Loon. That same summer, the group performed a concert special on Nickelodeon titled Live on Sunset. By August, the group was set to release its newest LP, A Girl Can Mack, when member Naughton left the group for good after heated arguments. A Girl Can Mack’s release date was pushed back a month, but sales were still disappointing debuting at #15 on the Billboard 200 with a disappointing 53,000 copies sold in the first week. Approaching the time that the group was ready to deliver their second album, Naturi Naughton announced that she was no longer a member of the group.[18][19] Naughton alleged she had had a number of conflicts and arguments with Bailon, Williams, and their management, which led to a heated argument in August 2002 involving an altercation.[18] Not long after, Naughton claimed she had been forced out of the group.[20]

2003–2008: The Cheetah Girls, 3LW disbandment, and acting career[edit]

The Cheetah Girls performing during their Christmas tour in 2005

Williams and Bailon continued as a duo while using the “3LW” name, causing the press to jokingly refer to them as “2LW”.[19] According to a cover story for the October 2002 issue of Sister 2 Sister magazine, Kiely & Adrienne said they received death threats and that they had to beef up security. The departure of Naturi greatly affected the group’s popularity and album sales. After the second single released from the album, “Neva Get Enuf”, underperformed, auditions were held across the country for a new third member. Jessica Benson made the cut and joined 3LW in early 2003. Without Jessica, the group might have had to split due to “bankruptcy”.[21] Jessica’s first performance was on Live with Regis & Kelly, followed by a performance on Soul Train. In fall 2003, 3LW departed from Epic, signing with Jermaine Dupri‘s So So Def label. The group then began working on their fourth studio album.

While working on the album, both Bailon and Williams signed on to star in the Disney Channel film The Cheetah Girls. They starred as two of four members of a female girl group named after the film, with Raven-Symoné and Sabrina Bryan portraying the final two members. The movie was released in August 2003 and was a ratings success. The Cheetah Girls soundtrack debuted at #33 on the Billboard 200 and was later certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA.[22] Bailon had a supporting role on Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven which she played Alana. In 2005, she starred in Coach Carter as Dominique, her first theatrically-released film. Walt Disney Records soon created a real-life girl group, composed of Adrienne, Kiely, and Sabrina. Raven was offered a spot in the group but declined, opting to focus on her solo career and her television series That’s So Raven. The trio began working on their first studio album, later revealed to be a Christmas album. The album, titled Cheetah-licious Christmas, was released that year, and they soon left Walt Disney and signed to Hollywood Records in 2006.[23] Bailon then starred in the MTV film All You’ve Got, along with R&B singer Ciara. The movie was released to DVD in May 2006 and premiered on MTV.[24][25]

The Cheetah Girls later returned to film the sequel The Cheetah Girls 2. Though she was absent from the main group, Raven-Symoné did return to film the sequel. The movie premiered on August 25, 2006, and brought a total of 8.1 million viewers, becoming the highest-rated Disney Channel original movie and beating the premiere of the first of the High School Musical films.[26] The soundtrack to the movie was released on August 15, 2006, debuted at #5 on the charts and was certified platinum by the end of the year.[27] The Cheetah Girls began work on their second studio album in January 2006. “We’ll be making a real album, not a soundtrack”, Bailon said. The Cheetah Girls’ second single from The Cheetah Girls 2 soundtrack, “Strut“, considered their most successful single, was their highest peaking single to date, peaking at #53 on the Billboard charts. Bailon sung lead vocals and ad-libs. Their debut album TCG was released on September 25, 2007, and featured the single “Fuego“, which charted on Hot Dance Club Play‘s chart and had its video played in heavy rotation on Disney Channel and MTV Tr3s.

Though they were heavily involved with The Cheetah Girls, Kiely and Adrienne were still members of 3LW, though progress on their fourth album had halted due to their work with The Cheetah Girls. The group’s fourth studio album was originally called Phoenix Rising, but was renamed Point of No Return.[28][29] The lead-off single, “Feelin’ You“, was added on radio stations July 12, 2006. The album was supposed to be released later that year but was pushed back to a 2007 release because of Adrienne and Kiely’s involvement with Disney’s Cheetah Girls franchise, and eventually fell off the release schedule. The album delays were caused by image conflicts between both groups. As a result, the album was never released. In early 2007, Bailon stated in Girls Life magazine that 3LW was on hold because of the Cheetah Girls project. However, rumors were finally put to rest by Bailon in an interview with Jonathon Jackson in 2008 when Bailon confirmed that 3LW officially disbanded after they were removed from the So So Def roster. Bailon and Williams decided to then pursue The Cheetah Girls franchise full-time.

In 2008, work on the third film in The Cheetah Girls franchise, titled The Cheetah Girls: One World was in works. According to Disney, the plot would involve the Cheetah Girls going to India to star in a Bollywood production.[30] Like The Cheetah Girls 2, it was filmed on location in a foreign country. In an interview, Bailon stated the movie would film for a three-month period, in India, and that she had been doing research for the film.[31] She also stated that “all of the original cast will be back”.[31] However, Raven-Symoné later confirmed that she would not return for this film, as she was busy with her fourth studio album and filming movies such as College Road Trip.[32] The movie premiered to over 6.2 million viewers, and reached 7 million viewers in its final half-hour. This still failed to meet the ratings of the first two and was the series’ lowest-rated premiere.[33] In the UK, its premiere night scored 412,000 on Disney Channel UK, making it #1 of the week, and received 182,000 on Disney Channel UK +1, also #1 on that channel for the week, totalling 594,000.[34] Bailon recorded two solo songs for the films soundtrack album, “What If” and “Stand Up”.[35]

In November 2008, Williams confirmed in an interview with In Touch Weekly that the group had officially disbanded to pursue solo careers in both acting and singing. Bailon and Bryan later confirmed the statement. As of 2012, the group is still disbanded, though all three members have stated they are “open” to working with one another again.

2009–2014: Empire Girls, I’m in Love with a Church Girl[edit]

Following the breakup of The Cheetah Girls, Bailon was signed to Island Def Jam Records and began working on her debut studio album. First confirmed in a radio interview in New York City, Bailon later confirmed the news on her official Twitter stating “For everyone who wasn’t in [New York] – I officially announced I have signed a solo deal with Island Def Jam! So, happy I’m finally able to tell you guys..”[36][37] Bailon began working on her debut album shortly after signing with the label. Her first official musical release were the songs “Uncontrollable” and “Big Spender”, both of which were featured on the Confessions of a Shopaholic film soundtrack, released in 2009.[38] The soundtrack featured songs from numerous artist, including Lady Gaga and The Pussycat Dolls. Later that year, she was featured in the Ghostface Killah song “I’ll Be That”, featured on his eighth studio album Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City.[39]

Starting in 2007, Bailon began dating Rob Kardashian, the brother of Kim Kardashian.[40] While dating Rob, Bailon appeared in a total of eight episodes of the reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians, appearing as Rob’s girlfriend.[41] The show saw Bailon and Kardashian get tattoos with one another, among other aspects of their relationship. The couple officially split in 2009. On the breakup, Bailon stated “You know they say opposites attract. I’m a real New Yorker […] Sometimes I think the things that matter to us were different.”[42][43] Though the reasoning was not announced at the time of the breakup, it was later revealed that Rob had cheated on Bailon during their relationship, which was the ultimate reason they broke up.[44][45] At the end of 2008, Bailon appeared on MTV New Year’s show from Times Square, in advance promotion of her upcoming afternoon hosting on the channel.[46] In 2009, Bailon hosted the programming block New Afternoons on MTV, relocating to New York City for the job.[47] That same year, she co-hosted MTV News Presents: Top 9 of ’09, the year-end MTV New Year’s programming live from inside and outside MTV Studios in Times Square.[48][49] In 2012, Bailon announced that she was taking part in the reality show Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne, which would revolve around Bailon and friend Julissa Bermudez.[50] Bailon said of the show’s premise, “The show follows us wanting to take our careers to the next level, coming back to New York City, where we’re originally from […] to take our careers to that next level.”[51] The show premiered on June 3, 2012[52] and has been a ratings success for Style Network.[53] Bailon later appeared in the music video for Pitbull‘s “Give Me Everything“.[54]

On November 1, 2012, Bailon appeared as the co-host of The Pepsi Pre-show Live alongside Jesse Giddings and Jim Cantiello, a podcast that was sponsored by Pepsi, and broadcast through The X Factor (U.S. TV series) website one hour before every episode in the live rounds of the show. Also in 2012, Bailon separated from Island Def Jam due to creative differences. Bailon played as Katalina Santiago in the film, The Coalition, which was released on DVD and Blu-ray in February 2013. Bailon starred in the ABC Family movie, Lovestruck: The Musical, on April 21, 2013. The movie featured Bailon singing the Madonna classic,”Like A Virgin” with Sara Paxton and Chelsea Kane. Other songs Bailon sang in the film include a song entitled “Everlasting Love”, alongside Paxton, Kane, and Drew Seeley. She appeared in the film I’m in Love with a Church Girl, which was released in October 2013 and became the highest grossing independent film of 2013.[55] Bailon currently hosts a daytime talk show called The Real alongside Tamar Braxton (former co-host for seasons 1 & 2), Tamera Mowry, Loni Love and Jeannie Mai which premiered on July 15, 2013. It had a trial summer run during 2013 on the Fox Television Stations group under consideration for a full launch in fall 2014.[56] The show was approved to return September 15, 2014. On October 7, 2014, Bailon will be the host of a competition show called Nail’d It! on Oxygen.

2014–present: The Real[edit]

Personal life[edit]

On January 26, 2015, Bailon announced on The Real the reason behind why she had not released her debut solo album. She stated that she was “scared to fail” and that she did not like the sound of her own voice because of the fact that executives at Disney praised the fact that she sounded “so young”. Bailon expressed that when she got her solo record deal at Def Jam, things didn’t go the way she expected.[57][58][59][60]

Bailon is a Christian. When asked “Do you relate with I’m in Love with a Church Girl and not get involve with the sins and craziness that Hollywood is all about?”, she replied:

I think I’ve definitely tried. No one is left without a sin. Everyone sin [sic] in their own different ways. Never judge one person’s sins to be greater and lesser than your own. One thing I’m so grateful for was my foundation in faith. It kept me away from a lot of things like drugs that I never had an interest. I always had my faith in God. My relationship with God helped me to get along not to get caught up in those things.[61]


Bailon dated Rob Kardashian, from 2007 until 2009 ; later on, Kardashian revealed that they broke up because he cheated on her.[62][63][64]

On February 5, 2015, Bailon announced via Instagram and on an episode of The Real, that she was engaged to her boyfriend of six years and music executive at Jay-Z‘s Roc Nation label, Lenny Santiago.[65] In September 2015, the couple split and they called off their engagement.[66]

In February 2016, Bailon started dating musician Israel Houghton.[67] The couple got engaged on August 12, 2016 in Paris after six months of dating.[68][69][70] They were married in Paris on November 11, 2016.[71]


Solo Songs[edit]

Featured Songs[edit]

Music videos[edit]



List of film credits
Year Title Role Notes
2003 The Cheetah Girls Chanel Simmons Disney Channel Original Movie
2005 Coach Carter Dominique Theatrical debut; credited as Adrienne Eliza Bailon
2005 Taylor Made Madison Santos Television film
2005 Buffalo Dreams Domino Disney Channel Original Movie
2006 All You’ve Got Gabby Espinoza Television film
2006 The Cheetah Girls 2 Chanel Simmons Disney Channel Original Movie
2008 Cuttin’ da Mustard Erma Theatrically released
2008 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 Cute Video Couple Girl Cameo
2008 The Cheetah Girls: One World Chanel Simmons Disney Channel Original Movie
2012 The Coalition Katalina Santiago Exhibited in film festival; Released in DVD and Blu-ray in February 2013.
2013 Lovestruck: The Musical Noelle ABC Family Original Movie
2013 I’m in Love with a Church Girl Vanessa Leon Released in October 2013
2015 Chasing Yesterday untitled role Released in 2015[72]


List of television credits
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Taina Gia 1 episode
2003–04 That’s So Raven Alana Rivera 4 episodes
2007–08 Disney Channel Games Herself Disney Channel mini-series; Red Team
2008–11 Keeping Up with the Kardashians Reality Series; 13 episodes
2008 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Guest star with The Cheetah Girls
2008 Studio DC: Almost Live
2008 MTV New Year’s Times Square Correspondent
2009 New Afternoons on MTV Host
2009 MTV New Year’s Co-Host
2011 Kourtney and Kim Take New York Reality series; 1 episode
2011 Celebrity Nightmares Decoded Bio series; 1 episode
2012 Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne Reality series; main cast
2013–present The Real Fox/Syndicated talk show; co-host
2014 Celebrities Undercover Oxygen series; 1 episode
2014 Nail’d It! Herself; Host Oxygen
2014 I Love The 2000s Herself VH1
2015 Knock Knock Live Fox
2016 Celebrity Cupcake Wars Food Network; 1 episode

Adrienne McQueen

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Adrienne McQueen

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Adrienne McQueen
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Born (1983-06-16) June 16, 1983 (age 34)
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Occupation Actress • producer
Years active 2002 – present

Adrienne McQueen is a Germany / American actress.

Her mother is the German painter Marion Jansen-Baisch. She grew up in Europe, in England, Austria, Italy, and Germany. She won the European Musical Voice Award of the year for Austria. Which is the Austrian equivalent to American idol. She has recorded and performed original music but also cover songs all over the world.

McQueen started her career, training as a classical ballet dancer at the Royal Academy of Dance in London. Her education in art led her to her first acting job on stage at the English Theaters in Frankfurt, Berlin and Vienna. To get a solid training in acting she enrolled at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles.

Traveling between Europe and America she landed various roles in TV movies, co-starring next to Dean Cain and David Keith amongst others.

Attending the Cannes Film Festival she was discovered by German director Uwe Boll to act in his film BloodRayne alongside Michael Madsen, Michelle Rodriguez, Ben Kingsley, and Meat Loaf.

She also starred in the horror film Brotherhood of Blood directed by Michael Roesch and Peter Scherer and was directed by Joaquin Phoenix in a music video for the band Ringside.

She is also a screen writer and creative producer for feature films.

Actress (19 credits)
 2017/IX Muse (Short) (post-production)
 2016 Thunder & Lightning (Short)
 2015 Awaken
 2015 Knight of Cups
Seductress (uncredited)
 2015 Alesia: Ground Zero (TV Series)
Seeker / Therapist

Let Slip the Dogs of War (2015) … Seeker / Therapist
When Evils Are Most Free (2015) … Seeker / Therapist
The Eye Sees Not Itself (2015) … Seeker
The Nature of an Insurrection (2015) … Seeker
 2014 Android Cop
Android Jane
 2012 Magic Mike
Dallas’ Flirt (uncredited)
 2012 Operation Terror
Jane Standley
 2011/III Dumped (Short)
 2009 True Blood (TV Series)
Christian Cult Member

Keep This Party Going (2009) … Christian Cult Member (uncredited)
 2009 Prison Break (TV Series)
Prison Guard

The Old Ball and Chain (2009) … Prison Guard (uncredited)
Free (2009) … Prison Guard (uncredited)
 2009 Prison Break: The Final Break (Video)
Prison Guard (uncredited)
 2009 Fast & Furious
 2009 Spread
Sexy Pool Girl (uncredited)
 2005 BloodRayne
Female Soldier
 2004 Post Impact
Sheila Azeal
 2003 Epoch: Evolution (TV Movie)
 1993 Tatort (TV Series)
Kleines Mädchen / little girl

Renis Tod (1993) … Kleines Mädchen / little