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Judi Bowker

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Judi Bowker

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Judi Bowker
Born (1954-04-06) 6 April 1954 (age 63)
Shawford, Hampshire, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 1972–present

Judi Bowker (born 6 April 1954) is an English film and television actress.

Biography[edit]

Bowker was born in Shawford, Hampshire, England. On stage from childhood, she first attracted international attention as the star of The Adventures of Black Beauty, a 1972 TV series which was a “continuation” of the book.

She also starred as Clare of Assisi in Franco Zeffirelli‘s Brother Sun, Sister Moon, also from 1972. Her other well-known film appearances are as Princess Andromeda in the 1981 Ray Harryhausen film, Clash of the Titans and as Lady Olivia Lilburn in Alan Bridges’ The Shooting Party (1985).

Personal life[edit]

She is married to Harry Meacher.

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Lara Pulver

Lara Pulver

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Lara Pulver
Born (1980-09-01) 1 September 1980 (age 37)
Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Josh Dallas (m. 2007; div. 2011)
Raza Jaffrey (m. 2014)
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Lara Pulver (born 1 September 1980) is an English actress. She has played Erin Watts in the British BBC spy drama Spooks, and Irene Adler on BBC’s TV adaptation Sherlock. She won the 2016 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical in the West End‘s revival of the hit Broadway musical Gypsy.

Early life[edit]

Pulver was born in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Her father is from a Jewish family and her mother converted to Judaism.[1][2] Her parents separated when she was eleven.[1] Pulver attended the National Youth Music Theatre between 1994 and 1998, as well as The Liz Burville Dance Centre, Bexley.[3] In 1997, she began studying at the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts, and graduated in 2000. She has since worked as an actress, singer and dancer in West End musicals.

Career[edit]

Pulver was nominated for the 2008 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for the role of Lucille Frank in the first West End production of the musical Parade at the Donmar Warehouse. She reprised the role in the Los Angeles production at the Mark Taper Forum opposite T.R. Knight.

In 2008, Pulver recorded a song for the CD Act One – Songs from the Musicals of Alexander S. Bermange. Pulver joined the cast of the BBC’s Robin Hood in 2009 as Isabella, the sister of Guy of Gisbourne.[4]

In 2010, Pulver joined the cast of the third series of HBO‘s True Blood as Sookie Stackhouse‘s fairy godmother, Claudine Crane.

Pulver played Erin Watts, the new chief of Section D, in the tenth and final series of BBC spy drama Spooks, a role she reprised in the 2015 feature film Spooks: The Greater Good

Pulver played Irene Adler in “A Scandal in Belgravia“, the first episode of the second series of Sherlock.[5]

In 2012 she joined the cast of Da Vinci’s Demons as the “seductive and politically-minded” Clarice Orsini, a series regular and wife of Lorenzo Medici.[6]

In 2014, she played Louise in a revival of Gypsy at the Chichester Festival Theatre.[7] The production transferred to the West End in April 2015.[8] Miss Pulver won the 2016 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for the same role in the Savoy Theatre production of Gypsy. Louise is actually the title role, as “Louise” becomes the real-life early 20th century American strip-tease sensation Gypsy Rose Lee, on whose memoirs the musical is based. Pulver’s co-star in the Savoy production, Imelda Staunton, won the 2016 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role as the larger-than-life Mama Rose.

Personal life[edit]

In 2003, Pulver met American actor Josh Dallas while he was in the UK studying at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. They married over Christmas 2007 in a 16th-century barn in Devon.[9] The couple honeymooned in the Maldives.[10] Dallas confirmed their divorce in an interview on Bob Rivers’ radio show on 2 December 2011.

Pulver began dating actor Raza Jaffrey in 2012 and the two were married on 27 December 2014. The couple had a child in 2017.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2009 Robin Hood Isabella TV series (8 episodes in Series 3)
2010 Legacy Diane Shaw
2010 The Special Relationship Intern TV movie
2010 True Blood Claudine Crane TV series (5 episodes)
2011 Spooks Erin Watts TV series (main cast in Series 10)
2011 Language of a Broken Heart Violet
2012, 2014 Sherlock Irene Adler A Scandal in Belgravia” and “The Sign of Three
2012 Coming Up Annette Camouflage
2013–2015 Da Vinci’s Demons Clarice Orsini TV series; main character
2013 Skins: Fire Victoria TV series; minor role
2014 Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond Ann O’Neill TV series (4 episodes); Main character
2014 Edge of Tomorrow Karen Lord Non-speaking cameo
2014 Game of Thrones Lady Elissa Forrester Video game
2015 Spooks: The Greater Good Erin Watts Reprising her role from the series
2015 A Patch of Fog Lucy
2016 Underworld: Blood Wars Semira
2016–2017 Quantico Charlotte Bishop Episodes: “ODENVY” and “EPICSHELTER”
2017 Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams Paula Episode: “Real Life”
2018 The City and the City Katrynia TV series

Stage credits[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Title Result
2008 Laurence Olivier AwardBest Actress in a Musical Parade Nominated
2012 Critics’ Choice Television AwardBest Movie/Miniseries Actress Sherlock – “A Scandal in Belgravia Nominated
2016 Laurence Olivier AwardBest Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical Gypsy Won

Lucy Fleming

Lucy Fleming

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Lucy Fleming
Born Eve Lucinda Fleming
(1947-05-15) 15 May 1947 (age 70)
Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, England
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Joe Laycock (1971–1980; his death)
Simon Williams (1986 to date)

Eve Lucinda “Lucy” Fleming (born 15 May 1947) is a British actress.

She is the daughter of the actress Celia Johnson and the writer Lt-Col Robert Peter Fleming (the brother of James Bond author Ian Fleming ).[1] Since 1997, Ian Fleming’s two nieces, Lucy and her sister Kate Fleming, have controlled Ian Fleming Publications.[2]

Lucy Fleming is best known for her role as Jenny Richards in the BBC post-apocalyptic drama series Survivors, which originally aired from 1975–1977, with Jenny the only character to appear in both the first and last episodes of the show. Her numerous credits in other British television series include The Avengers, Smiley’s People, Mr. Bean, the regular role of Jo in Cold Warrior, the first Helen Wycliffe in Wycliffe, A Dance to the Music of Time, Heartbeat, Rosemary & Thyme and Kingdom.[3] More recently she has appeared on the long running radio soap opera The Archers as Miranda, the depressed wife of minor tycoon Justin Elliot, who is played by her “real world” husband.[4]

Fleming has been married twice; first to Joseph William Peter Laycock (b. July 1938) from 1971 to 1980, by whom she had a daughter Flora Laycock (b. March 1972), and two sons Robert Laycock (b. June 1973) and Diggory Laycock (b. December 1975).[1]. Her husband and her daughter, Flora, drowned on 14 December 1980 in a boating accident on the Thames.[5][6][7] She married the actor Simon Williams in 1986.[1]

Fleming spent part of her childhood growing up in New Zealand: “My parents packed me off to some friends in New Zealand when I was 16, hoping I would grow up a little and perhaps change my mind about acting. I was quite a tomboy. I ended up at the Bay of Islands, which was just the most beautiful place in the world. I was meant to be looking after the friends’ little boy, but I didn’t have a clue, and I don’t recall doing much of that at all. I loved the country, though.”[8]

Actress (42 credits)
 2016 To the Grave (Short) (completed)
Old Lucy
 2017 Viceroy’s House
Lady Wavell
 2016 EastEnders (TV Series)
Judge Evelyn Heap

Episode #1.5294 (2016) … Judge Evelyn Heap
 2014 Emulsion
Claire
 2012 Run for Your Wife
Café Customer
 2011 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Mary Wells

Trial (2011) … Mary Wells
 2009 Pirate Radio
Mrs. Roberts
 2009/II Out of the Night
Lady Divinia
 2008 Kingdom (TV Series)
Mrs. Barkway

Episode #2.5 (2008) … Mrs. Barkway
 2007 The Bill (TV Series)
Patricia Stroud

Rough Justice (2007) … Patricia Stroud
 2004 Rosemary & Thyme (TV Series)
Grania Monkton

Up the Garden Path (2004) … Grania Monkton
 2004 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Joan Maltravers

Precious Stones (2004) … Joan Maltravers
 2000 Casualty (TV Series)
Alice Wingate

States of Shock (2000) … Alice Wingate
 1999 Nancherrow (TV Mini-Series)
Specialist

Episode #1.2 (1999) … Specialist
 1997 A Dance to the Music of Time (TV Mini-Series)
Jean

Post War (1997) … Jean
 1994 Mr. Bean (TV Series)
Angry Teacher with Boy

Back to School Mr. Bean (1994) … Angry Teacher with Boy
 1994 Law and Disorder (TV Series)
Heather

Safe as Houses (1994) … Heather
 1993 Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death (TV Movie)
Helen Wycliffe
 1992 The Mixer (TV Series)
Holda Schwartz

The Mixer’s Masterpiece … Holda Schwartz
The Mixer and the Grand Scam … Holda Schwartz
 1988 Never the Twain (TV Series)
Mrs. Henderson

The Wagers of Sin (1988) … Mrs. Henderson
 1987 Dear John (TV Series)
Liz

Sanctuary (1987) … Liz
 1986 Ever Decreasing Circles (TV Series)
Alison

One Night Stand (1986) … Alison
 1984 Cold Warrior (TV Series)
Jo

Hook, Line and Sinker (1984) … Jo
A Message from Trebizond (1984) … Jo
The Sprat (1984) … Jo
The Immigrants (1984) … Jo
 1982 Smiley’s People (TV Mini-Series)
Molly Meakin

Episode #1.5 (1982) … Molly Meakin
Episode #1.4 (1982) … Molly Meakin
 1979 Robin’s Nest (TV Series)
Elaine

Too Many Waiters Spoil the Bistro (1979) … Elaine
 1978 Whodunnit? (TV Series)

 1975-1977 Survivors (TV Series)
Jenny Richards

Power (1977) … Jenny Richards
Long Live the King (1977) … Jenny Richards
The Enemy (1977) … Jenny Richards
Sparks (1977) … Jenny Richards
The Peacemaker (1977) … Jenny Richards
 1973 A Picture of Katherine Mansfield (TV Series)
Mrs. Bendall

Episode #1.2 (1973) … Mrs. Bendall
 1973 Owen, M.D. (TV Series)
Alison Brown

Father of the Man (1973) … Alison Brown
 1973 A Misfortune (TV Movie)
 1973 Full House (TV Series)
The Misfortune cast member

Episode dated 13 January 1973 (1973) … The Misfortune cast member
 1971 The Tragedy of King Richard II (TV Movie)
Queen Isabella
 1970 Edward II (TV Movie)
Niece to the King
 1968 Mystery and Imagination (TV Series)
Maud Ruthyn

Uncle Silas (1968) … Maud Ruthyn
 1968 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
Sorell Bliss

Hay Fever (1968) … Sorell Bliss
 1968 The Avengers (TV Series)
Emily

Invasion of the Earthmen (1968) … Emily
 1967 Pride and Prejudice (TV Series)
Lydia Bennet

Destiny (1967) … Lydia Bennet
Elopement (1967) … Lydia Bennet
Prejudice (1967) … Lydia Bennet
Proposal (1967) … Lydia Bennet
Pride (1967) … Lydia Bennet
 1967 Haunted (TV Series)
Helen

The Girl on a Swing (1967) … Helen
 1965-1967 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
The Girl / Young Helen

Helen and Edward and Henry (1965) … Young Helen
 1966 The Rat Catchers (TV Series)
Angelique Donner

Showdown Vienna (1966) … Angelique Donner
 1966 Blackmail (TV Series)
Mary Raynor

Care and Protection (1966) … Mary Raynor
 1966 Rasputin: The Mad Monk
Wide Eyes (uncredited)

Lucy Maunder

Lucy Maunder

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GREASE: The No.1 Party Musical media event Sydney, Australia – 24 March 2013. Photographer Eva Rinaldi
Background information
Born Australia
Genres Musical Theatre
Occupation(s) Singer, actor
Website lucymaunder.com

Lucy Maunder is an Australian cabaret and theatre performer. She originated the role of Lara in the Australian premiere of Doctor Zhivago opposite Anthony Warlow,[1] and has toured with her own cabaret Songs in the Key of Black, releasing an album with the same name.[2] Maunder was recently touring in the national touring company of Grease playing the role of Rizzo.[3] She most recently starred in the role of Miss Honey in the Australian tour of Matilda the Musical, replacing Elise McCann.[4]

Biography[edit]

Lucy Maunder, the daughter of stage director, Stuart Maunder AM,[5] moved to England when she was five while her father was resident director of the Royal Opera House. Her mother is singer Anne-Maree McDonald.[1]

After an initial desire to become a dancer,[1] Maunder commenced singing at the age of fourteen.[5]

Maunder graduated from Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor in Music Theatre. In an interview with The Age, Maunder mentioned WAAPA teachers Jenny Lynnd and John Milson as having a profound impact on her.[5] During this period she became close friends with Stephen Mahy whom she would go on to co-star with in Grease.[6]

Theatre[edit]

Maunder played the lead role of Lara in the premiere of Doctor Zhivago at the Lyric Theatre, Sydney on 19 February 2011 with Anthony Warlow as Yurii Zhivago, Taneel Van Zyl as Tonia and Martin Crewes as Pasha. The production was directed by Des McAnuff.[7] A cast album was planned with two songs by Maunder and Warlow being released in 2011.[8] Doctor Zhivago ran from 19 February until 3 April 2011 in Sydney,[9] before travelling to Melbourne in April until 29 May.[10] From there it went to Brisbane for a limited run from 6–31 July,[11] however, its popularity with Brisbane audiences saw the Queensland season extended to 14 August.

Maunder performed in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens as part of the Sydney Mardi Gras Festival.[12] The song cycle was a collection of free verse poems and songs inspired by stories from the Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.

Maunder has also appeared in Reasons to be Pretty for Darlinghurst Theatre, as well as two staged readings for Neglected Musicals: Lucky Stiff[2] in November 2012 and It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane, It’s Superman[13] in October 2014. She played Janet in The Rocky Horror Picture Show with Richard O’Brien in New Zealand.[14] Her roles have also included Anne in A Little Night Music, which was directed by her father, Stuart Maunder AM.[2]

In the Sydney Theatre Company co-production with the Victorian Opera of Threepenny Opera, directed by Michael Kantor, Maunder played Polly Peachum,[15] opposite Eddie Perfect as Macheath. This production ran from 4–24 September 2011.[16]

In September 2013, Maunder was cast opposite Stephen Mahy (Kenickie) as Rizzo in the John Frost production of Grease[17] for Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. The production also starred Rob Mills, Gretel Scarlett, Anthony Callea, Stephen Mahy, Todd McKenney and Bert Newton as Vince Fontaine.[18]

Throughout 2013, Maunder starred opposite James Millar in Nancye Hayes’ production of Noël and Gertie, a poignant take on the close relationship between Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence, including excerpts from several of his famous plays. The musical received glowing reviews in the local press as it travelled throughout New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Maunder received The Colleen Clifford Memorial Award for Best Actor in Music Theatre at the Sydney GLUG Awards in January 2014 for her performance.

During July 2014, Victorian Opera cast Maunder in the role of Cinderella for Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods.[19] Directed by her father, Stuart Maunder AM,[2] Lucy was applauded in Melbourne tabloids and both she and Stuart were nominated in their respective categories, Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical for Lucy, and Best Direction of a Musical for Stuart, at the prestigious Helpmann Awards.

In 2015, Maunder starred in Heathers: The Musical with the Hayes Theatre Company as Heather Chandler, in a production directed by Australian musical theatre and cabaret star Trevor Ashley, alongside Jaz Flowers as Veronica Sawyer, Stephen Madsen as Jason “J.D.” Dean, Erin Clare as Heather McNamara, Libby Asciak as Heather Duke, Lauren McKenna as Martha Dunnstock/Pauline Fleming, Vincent Hooper as Ram Sweeney/Ram’s Dad and Jakob Ambrose as Kurt Kelly/Kurt’s Dad.[20]

Concert[edit]

In December, 2011, Maunder performed with Donald Cant, Denis Walter, Melinda Schneider and James Egglestone for the Australian Pops Orchestra 30th Anniversary Party.[21]

Maunder toured her own cabaret show Songs in the Key of Black, based on the songs of Irving Berlin, throughout Australia, including the Adelaide Cabaret Festival,[22] Perth’s Morning Melodies at His Majesty’s Theatre,[23] and Noosa Longweekend.[1] In 2012 Maunder released an album of the same name featuring songs from the show:

“The title was thought up because he wasn’t a particularly strong piano player. He only wrote in the key of F sharp using all the black notes. And it is set in the darkest dive saloons of old New York City and it is a dark and intimate presentation of his songs.”[1]

On 20 April 2012, Maunder performed in a Gala Concert version of Side By Side By Sondheim featuring Ruthie Henshall at the Theatre Royal.[24] The Gala was held to support Australia’s White Ribbon Foundation, a charity which seeks to raise awareness of violence against women.[25] The cast also included Rachael Beck, Mitchell Butel, Peter Cousens, Lucy Durack, Michael Falzon and Shaun Rennie. Maunder went on to replace Beck in the Geelong leg of the tour.[26]

Maunder returned to Morning Melodies in March, 2013,[27] this time with Anne-Maree McDonald, Stuart Maunder AM and Alex Rathgeber for Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye, which centres around wartime classics including We’ll Meet Again and Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major.[28]

On 24 March 2013 Maunder joined her parents, Stuart Maunder AM and Anne-Maree McDonald, for the musical extravaganza The Sound of Rodgers – a tribute to the work of Richard Rodgers, the great composer from the legendary duo Rodgers and Hammerstein. The concert, which featured numbers from South Pacific, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma and many other musicals from the famous pairing, was held at Riverside Theatre’s 25th Anniversary Special Event. The Sound of Rodgers has been performed at many venues throughout the country.[29]

Maunder starred alongside John O’May and Helen Morse in a tribute to French musical act Jacques Brel, Love. War. Death. BREL. for the 2013 Adelaide Cabaret Festival.[30]

On a cool night in September 2015, Maunder joined Martin Crewes, her former co-star from Doctor Zhivago – A New Musical and the Hungarian opera singer, Judit Molner, for Opera in the Park, an open air concert held at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast. The talented trio were accompanied by the Gold Coast Youth Orchestra and Gold Coast Youth Choir. This unique evening featured well-known classics from Broadway shows such as West Side Story, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, Chess, Doctor Zhivago – A New Musical and many more musical theatre productions, along with classical opera numbers.[31]

Recordings[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Production Role Result
2011[36] Helpmann Awards Best Female Actor in a Musical Doctor Zhivago Lara Nominated
2011[37] Sydney Theatre Awards Judith Johnson Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical Doctor Zhivago Lara Nominated
2013[38] Sydney Theatre Awards Judith Johnson Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical Grease Rizzo Nominated
2013[39] Theatre People Pro Choice Best Supporting Actress Grease Rizzo Nominated
2013[40] Glug Awards The Colleen Clifford Memorial Award For Best Actor in Music Theatre (Female) Noel and Gertie Gertrude Lawrence Won
2013[41] Glug Awards The Colleen Clifford Memorial Award For Best Actor in Music Theatre (Female) Grease Rizzo Nominated
2014[42] Helpmann Awards Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical Grease Rizzo Nominated
2014[43] Green Room Awards Female Actor in a Featured Role (Music Theatre) Into The Woods Cinderella Nominated
2015[44] Helpmann Awards Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical Into The Woods Cinderella Nominated
2017[45] Helpmann Awards Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical Matilda the Musical Miss Honey Nominated

Chelsea Ricketts

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Chelsea Ricketts

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Chelsea Ricketts
Born (1989-10-29) October 29, 1989 (age 28)
Houston, Texas, United States
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present

Chelsea Ricketts (born October 29, 1989) is an American film and television actress. She also played in the movie (Crooked Arrows) as Nadie Logan. She is from Katy, Texas and is a 2008 graduate of Seven Lakes High School.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Beyond the Prairie, Part 2: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder Sarah Television film
2004 Puree Sara Short
2007 Missionary Man Kiowa
2009 The Hole Whitney
2009 Waiting Room Grace Short
2011 Royal Reunion Sarah Short
2012 Crooked Arrows Nadie Logan
2013 Chasing Shakespeare Venus Nominated–American Indian Film Festival for Best Actress
2013 The Violation Tina Dougherty Short
2013 April Apocalypse Tara
2014 Lost Time Eva Sterling
2014 Taken Away Vikcy Television film
2017 Jackals Samantha Film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Mary Lou’s Flip Flop Shop Chelsea
2008 CSI: Miami Allison O’Conner Episode: “And How Does That Make You Kill?
2009 Grey’s Anatomy Jeanie Episode: “Invasion
2009 Lincoln Heights Marta Talford 3 episodes
2010 Melrose Place Caitlin Rogers Episode: “Stoner Canyon”
2010 10 Things I Hate About You Britney 3 episodes
2010 Hot in Cleveland Francesca Episode: “The Play’s the Thing “
2010 Big Time Rush Sasha Episode: ” Big Time Girlfriends”
2010 Zeke and Luther Holly Hendricks Episode: “The Bro List”
2010 No Ordinary Family Amy Episode: “No Ordinary Mobster”
2012 The Killing Tina 3 episodes
2012–2013 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Jody 4 episodes
2013 Perception Young Miranda 2 episodes
2014 The 4 to 9ers: The Day Crew Kristie Episode: “Episode #1.5”
2014 True Blood Lucinda 3 episodes
2015 Scream Queens Amy Recurring
2015 Hawaii Five-0 Casey Lehrer Hana Keaka “Charade”
Video Games
Year Title Role Notes
2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Tiz Voice
Actress (37 credits)
 2017 Good After Bad (completed)
Emily
 2017/IV The Reunion
Samantha Eaton
 2017 School of Rock (TV Series)
Cricket

Minimum Wage (2017) … Cricket
 2017/I Jackals
Samantha
 2016 Untitled Castleberry/Davis Project (TV Movie)
Zoe Fontaine
 2015 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Casey Lehrer

Hana Keaka (2015) … Casey Lehrer
 2015 Scream Queens (TV Series)
Amy Meyer

Haunted House (2015) … Amy Meyer
Hell Week (2015) … Amy Meyer
Pilot (2015) … Amy Meyer
 2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Video Game)
Tiz (English version, voice)
 2014 Taken Away (TV Movie)
Vicky
 2014 Lost Time
Eva Sterling
 2014 True Blood (TV Series)
Lucinda

Death Is Not the End (2014) … Lucinda
Fire in the Hole (2014) … Lucinda
I Found You (2014) … Lucinda
 2014 The 4 to 9ers: The Day Crew (TV Mini-Series)
Kristie

Episode #1.5 (2014) … Kristie
 2013 April Apocalypse
Tara
 2013 Perception (TV Series)
Young Miranda

Warrior (2013) … Young Miranda
Wounded (2013) … Young Miranda
 2013/I The Violation (Short)
Tina Dougherty
 2012-2013 The Secret Life of the American Teenager (TV Series)
Jody

Untying the Knot (2013) … Jody
It’s a Miracle (2013) … Jody
Regrets (2012) … Jody
Girlfriends (2012) … Jody
 2013 From Above
Venus
 2012 Crooked Arrows
Nadie Logan
 2012 The Killing (TV Series)
Tina

Openings (2012) … Tina
Ghosts of the Past (2012) … Tina
Numb (2012) … Tina
 2011 Royal Reunion (Short)
Sarah
 2010 No Ordinary Family (TV Series)
Amy

No Ordinary Mobster (2010) … Amy
 2010 Zeke and Luther (TV Series)
Holly Hendricks

The Bro List (2010) … Holly Hendricks
 2010 Big Time Rush (TV Series)
Sasha

Big Time Girlfriends (2010) … Sasha
 2010 Hot in Cleveland (TV Series)
Francesca

The Play’s the Thing (2010) … Francesca
 2010 10 Things I Hate About You (TV Series)
Britney

Revolution (2010) … Britney
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (2010) … Britney (uncredited)
Don’t Trust Me (2010) … Britney
 2010 Melrose Place (TV Series)
Caitlin Rogers

Stoner Canyon (2010) … Caitlin Rogers
 2009/II Waiting Room (Short)
Grace
 2009 Lincoln Heights (TV Series)
Marta Talford

Lucky (2009) … Marta Talford
Bully for You (2009) … Marta Talford
Persons of Interest (2009) … Marta Talford
 2009 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Jeanie

Invasion (2009) … Jeanie
 2009 The Hole
Whitney
 2008 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Allison O’Conner

And How Does That Make You Kill? (2008) … Allison O’Conner
 2007 Missionary Man
Kiowa
 2004 Puree (Short)
Sara
 2001 Flip Flop Shop (TV Series)
Chelsea (2001)

DEBORAH KARA UNGER UPDATE

Deborah Kara Unger was the first Canadian accepted into the prestigious Australian National Institute of Dramatic Art. She made her feature film debut in Prisoners of the Sun (1990), followed by roles in Christopher Crowe‘s Whispers in the Dark (1992), Till There Was You (1991), and Highlander: The Final Dimension (1994). She acted in the
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Actress (66 credits)
  Disorientated (pre-production)
Senora Alvarez
  White Lilies (pre-production)
Beatrice Cooper
 2017 Torch
Sister Ingrid
 2017/I Jackals
Kathy Powell
 2017 A Thought of Ecstasy
Liz Archer
 2015 Rehearsal
Ellen Sinclair
 2015 The Hollow (TV Movie)
Aunt Cora
 2015 Star Wars: The Old Republic – Knights of the Fallen Empire (Video Game)
SCORPIO / Gemini Captain / Senior Officer (voice, as Deborah Unger)
 2015 A Dangerous Arrangement (TV Movie)
Samantha
 2014 Star Wars: The Old Republic – Shadow of Revan (Video Game)
SCORPIO (voice)
 2013 Samuel Bleak
Roselyn Ramirez
 2012 186 Dollars to Freedom
Consul Powers
 2012 A Dark Truth
Morgan Swinton
 2012/I The Samaritan
Helena
 2011 Star Wars: The Old Republic (Video Game)
SCORPIO / Additional Voices (voice)
 2011 Combat Hospital (TV Series)
Maj. Pederson, MD / Maj. Pedersen, MD

Do No Harm (2011) … Maj. Pederson, MD
Triage (2011) … Maj. Pederson, MD
Brothers in Arms (2011) … Maj. Pederson, MD
Reason to Believe (2011) … Maj. Pederson, MD
Shifting Sands (2011) … Maj. Pederson, MD
 2011 Revertigo (Short)
 2011 The Maiden Danced to Death
Lynn Court
 2010 Messages Deleted
Det. Lavery
 2010/II Sophie & Sheba
Tina Bradshaw
 2010/I The Way
Sarah
 2010/I Transparency
Danielle
 2009 Angel and the Bad Man (TV Movie)
Temperance
 2009 Walled In
Mary
 2007 Shake Hands with the Devil
Emma (as Deborah Unger)
 2007 88 Minutes
Carol Lynn Johnson
 2006 Silent Hill
Dahlia Gillespie
 2006 Things That Hang from Trees
Connie Mae Wheeler
 2006 Lies & Alibis
Dorothy
 2005 Green Day: Jesus of Suburbia (Video short)
Mother (uncredited)
 2005/I White Noise
Sarah Tate
 2004 A Love Song for Bobby Long
Georgianna
 2004 One Point O
Trish (as Deborah Unger)
 2003 Emile
Nadia / Nadia’s Mother
 2003 Stander
Bekkie Stander
 2003 Hollywood North
Sandy Ryan
 2003 Fear X
Kate
 2003 Thirteen
Brooke LaLaine
 2002 Leo
Caroline
 2002 Between Strangers
Catherine
 2002 Ten Tiny Love Stories
Seven (as Deborah Unger)
 2002 The Salton Sea
Colette
 2000 Signs & Wonders
Katherine
 1999 Youri
 1999 The Hurricane
Lisa
 1999 Sunshine
Maj. Carole Kovács
 1999 The Weekend
Marian Kerr
 1999/I Payback
Mrs. Lynn Porter
 1998 The Rat Pack (TV Movie)
Ava Gardner
 1998 Luminous Motion
Mom
 1997 The Game
Christine
 1997 Keys to Tulsa
Vicky Michaels Stover
 1996 No Way Home
Lorraine
 1996 Crash
Catherine Ballard
 1994 Highlander: The Final Dimension
Alex Johnson / Sarah
 1994 State of Emergency (TV Movie)
Sue Payton
 1993 Hotel Room (TV Mini-Series)
Sasha

Getting Rid of Robert (1993) … Sasha (as Deborah Unger)
 1992 Whispers in the Dark
Eve Abergray (as Deborah Unger)
 1991 Till There Was You
Anna Vivaldi
 1990 Escape from Madness
Marion (as Deborah Unger)
 1990 Prisoners of the Sun
Sister Littell (as Deborah Unger)
 1989 Bangkok Hilton (TV Mini-Series)
Astra

Part 3 (1989) … Astra (as Deborah Unger)
Part 2 (1989) … Astra (as Deborah Unger)
Part 1 (1989) … Astra (as Deborah Unger)

Liz White (actress)

Liz White (actress)

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Liz White
Born Elizabeth White
(1979-11-05) 5 November 1979 (age 38)
Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England
Alma mater Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present

Elizabeth White (born 5 November 1979)[1] is an English actress born in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. She is best known for her role as Annie Cartwright in the two series of the BBC speculative fiction drama Life on Mars, which was originally transmitted in 2006 and 2007. She was trained at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, appearing in the 2003 TV series Teachers and the 2004 Mike Leigh‘s film Vera Drake.

Television and theatre[edit]

White’s other prominent TV roles were in Season One of the ITV show The Fixer, playing Jess Mercer, the sister of John Mercer. She also played Shannon in The Empresses’ New Clothes, an episode of Fairy Tales, which were the BBC’s modern takes on classic children’s stories. In April 2011, she appeared in the BBC adaptation The Crimson Petal and the White.

She featured in the music video for Bush’s final single “Inflatable”, and starred in the Hammer Films 2012 adaptation of The Woman in Black as the eponymous woman.[2] In July 2014, White starred as Melissa in episodes 1 and 2 of the original audio drama ‘Osiris’ by Everybodyelse Productions, and in 2014 as Lizzie Mottershead in BBC One’s Our Zoo, a drama series about the man who created Chester Zoo and the impact it had on his family.

On stage she starred in the lead role of Heavenly Critchfield in Tennessee WilliamsSpring Storm at the former Cottesloe Theatre at the National Theatre in London in 2010, transferred from The Royal & Derngate Northampton production where it premiered in 2009. In 2011, she appeared in A Woman Killed with Kindness by Thomas Heywood at the Lyttelton at the National Theatre in 2011, where she appeared in 2013 again in a double role in Simon Stephens‘ new play Port. In October 2014, she appeared as Chrysothemis in Electra by Sophocles opposite Kristin Scott Thomas at the Old Vic Theatre in London, which also starred Peter Wight who played her father-in-law in the BBC series Our Zoo.

In 2017, it was announced that White would appear in a revival of Jim Cartwright‘s play Road at the Royal Court Theatre[3]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2002 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet Lorraine TV series (2 episodes)
2002 Always and Everyone Mandy TV series (1 episode: “Episode #4.1”)
2002 Ultimate Force Beth Dow TV series (3 episodes: 2002–2003)
2003 Teachers Eileen TV series (4 episodes)
2004 Ten Minute Movie 1st Girl in Bar short
2004 Vera Drake Pamela Barnes
2004 Blue Murder Vicki Swift TV series (1 episode: “Lonely”)
2004 Nathan Barley Cashier Pilot episode
2004 Thing Called Love, AA Thing Called Love Paula Roberts TV series (6 episodes)
2005 Angell’s Hell Sarah TV movie
2006 Street, TheThe Street Eileen Harper TV series (1 episode: “The Accident”)
2006 Vincent Laura Morris TV series (1 episode: “Episode #2.2”)
2006 Life on Mars Annie Cartwright TV series (16 episodes: 2006–2007)
2008 The Fixer Jess Mercer TV series (6 episodes)
2008 Fairy Tales Shannon TV series (1 episode: “The Empress’s New Clothes”)
2008 Franklyn Laura
2008 New Town Killers Alice Kelly
2008 Agatha Christie’s Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye Jennifer Fortescue Television film
2009 A Short Stay in Switzerland Sophie Television film
2010 Garrow’s Law Isabella Jasker TV series (1 episode: “Episode #2.2”)
2010 Blind Eye Gillian short
2010 Desire Kristen short
2011 Crimson Petal and the White, TheThe Crimson Petal and the White Caroline TV mini-series (2 episodes)
2011 Wild Bill Roxy
2011 The Send Off short
2012 Woman in Black, TheThe Woman in Black Jennet Humfrye/The Woman in Black
2012 Doctor Who Alice The Snowmen” – Series 7
2013 The Paradise Lucille Ballentine Episode #2.6
2013 Uwantme2killhim? Janet (MI5 agent)
2014 From There to Here Joanne[4]
2014 Line of Duty Jo TV series (Series 2)
2014 Our Zoo Lizzie Mottershead TV series
2014 New Tricks Julia Kane Episode: “Romans Ruined”
2014 Pride Margaret Donovan
2016 Grantchester Vivian Whitaker TV series (Season 2, Episode 3)
2016 Call the Midwife Rhoda Mullucks TV series (Series 5, Episode 1)
2017 The Halcyon Peggy Taylor TV series (8 episodes)
2017 Eric, Ernie and Me Dee Braben Television film
2017 Ackley Bridge Emma Keane TV series (6 episodes)

SARAH CORTEZ

Sarah Cortez is an actress, known for Dear White People (2017), How to Get Away with Murder (2014) and The Conjuring 2 (2016).
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Actress (17 credits)
 2018 Sound Wave (post-production)
Barrista 1
 2018 The Long Dig (Short) (pre-production)
Laren
 2018 LA to Vegas (TV Series) (post-production)
Random Girl

Pilot (2018) … Random Girl
 2018 Dear White People (TV Series)
Claire

Episode #2.2 … Claire
 2017 Black-ish (TV Series)
Barista #1

The Name Game (2017) … Barista #1
 2016 How to Get Away with Murder (TV Series)
Stacy

We’re Good People Now (2016) … Stacy
 2016 ATSN: Stop the Threat (TV Series)

Utility Workers (2016)
 2016 The Conjuring 2
Dawn (uncredited)
 2016 My Crazy Ex (TV Series)
Courtney

Psychotic, Neurotic and Auto Erotic (2016) … Courtney
 2016 Randall and Hilda Are Not a Couple (TV Movie)
Annoying Woman
 2015 Makeup Mishaps (TV Mini-Series)
McKenzie Garcia

Glimmer 2.0 (2015) … McKenzie Garcia
Racoon Leader (2015) … McKenzie Garcia
Francisco (2015) … McKenzie Garcia
Beauty Basics (2015) … McKenzie Garcia
Car Wash (2015) … McKenzie Garcia
 2015 Social Media Misfits (TV Series)
Sarah

America’s Future Thinkers (2015) … Sarah
 2014 Beer Beer (TV Series)
Claire

The Beer Machine … Claire
 2014 Arranging Apples (Short)
Leah
 2014/III Slasher (Short)
Jamie
 2014 Six Shot (Short)
Moonshine – Bargirl 1
 2013 Lifted (Video short)
Claire
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 2014-2016 ATSN: Stop the Threat (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Knock Kick (2016) … Herself – Guest
Road Rage Intervention (2016) … Herself – Guest
Carjacking Gone Wrong (2016) … Herself – Guest
Delivery Defense (2016) … Herself – Guest
Kidnappers Part 1 (2014) … Herself – Guest