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Jenny Lumet

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Jenny Lumet
Born (1967-02-02) February 2, 1967 (age 50)
New York City, New York U.S.
Nationality American
Years active 1982–present
Spouse(s) Bobby Cannavale
(m. 1994; div. 2004)
Alexander Weinstein
(m. 2008)
Children 2
Parent(s) Gail Buckley
Sidney Lumet
Family Lena Horne
Baruch Lumet

Jenny Lumet (born February 2, 1967)[1] is an American actress and award-winning screenwriter. She is the daughter of director Sidney Lumet, and her grandmother is Lena Horne. Lumet is perhaps most known for writing the original screenplay of the 2008 Jonathan Demme film, Rachel Getting Married.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Lumet was born in New York City.[1] She is the daughter of director Sidney Lumet and journalist/writer Gail Buckley. On her paternal side, she is Polish-Jewish ancestry. Her paternal grandfather was Baruch Lumet, who was a Yiddish theatre actor. On her maternal side, she is African Americans, with extensive roots in the post-colonial America. Her maternal grandmother was singer Lena Horne.[3]

In 1984, Lumet graduated from Dalton School.[4]


Lumet began her career as an actress. She appeared in small roles in two films directed by her father, Deathtrap and Running on Empty, before playing the role of Nancy Bosch in his 1990 film Q&A.[5]

Lumet later became a screenwriter. She wrote the screenplay for the 2008 Jonathan Demme film, Rachel Getting Married.[6][7] She also worked as a screenwriter on the 2017 film, Valley Girl.

Personal life[edit]

Lumet was married to actor Bobby Cannavale from 1994 until their divorce in 2004.[1][8] Their son is the actor Jake Cannavale.[9]

Lumet has a daughter with second husband Alexander Weinstein, whom she married in 2008.[1][10]

In 2017, Lumet came forward to tell her experience of being sexually assaulted by Russell Simmons in 1991.[11]





Nicholle is probably best known for her role as “Maggie Sheffield” on The Nanny (1993) or “Ryce Newton” in Universals Beethoven (1992), as well as the sequel, Beethoven’s 2nd (1993). Nicholle has been keeping busy doing both comedy and dramatic roles on some of Tv’s most popular shows. Most recently portraying Peter Scolari’s daughter, Miriam Loeb
Actress (59 credits)
 2017/III Blink (Short) (post-production)
 2017 F*&% the Prom
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 2017 Do I Say I Do? (TV Movie)
 2017 Saturn Returns
 2016 I Didn’t Kill My Sister (TV Movie)
 2015 Survivor’s Remorse (TV Series)

Homebound (2015) … Hazel-Fay
 2015 Gotham (TV Series)
Miriam Loeb

Everyone Has a Cobblepot (2015) … Miriam Loeb
 2015 Stalker (TV Series)
Zoe Parsons

My Hero (2015) … Zoe Parsons
 2014 3’s a Couple
 2014 About a Boy (TV Series)

About a Christmas Card (2014) … Debby
 2014 Private Number
Katherine Lane
 2014 Mi corazón (Short)
 2013 Masters of Sex (TV Series)

Standard Deviation (2013) … Maureen
Race To Space (2013) … Maureen
 2013 Fatal Performance (TV Movie)
Dana Tilly
 2012 Hang Loose
 2011 Just Like Her (Short)
Ashley Marston
 2011 I Met a Producer and Moved to L.A. (TV Movie)
 2010 My Family’s Secret
Lara Darcie
 2010 Castle (TV Series)
Cindy Mann

The Late Shaft (2010) … Cindy Mann
 2009 Something Evil Comes (TV Movie)
Romy Webster
 2009 Mental (TV Series)
Melissa Ranier

A Beautiful Delusion (2009) … Melissa Ranier
 2009 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Molly Samson

Labyrinths (2009) … Molly Samson
 2009 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Marilyn Monroe

A Dozen Red Roses (2009) … Marilyn Monroe
 2008 Cold Case (TV Series)
Priscilla Chapin

Ghost of My Child (2008) … Priscilla Chapin
 2008 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Connie Galen

Damaged (2008) … Connie Galen
 2008 Maternal Obsession (TV Movie)
Lily Stanler
 2006-2007 The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman (TV Series)
Tara / Tara Wentzel

Good Times and Great Oldies (2007) … Tara
Straight Up Your Heart (2007) … Tara
The Carolina Moonshiners (2007) … Tara
Yoga Brain (2007) … Tara
Jackie Meets Her Match (2007) … Tara
 2007 Burn Notice (TV Series)
Melissa Fontenau

Loose Ends, Part 1 (2007) … Melissa Fontenau
 2007 The Wedding Bells (TV Series)
Laine Hill / Lainie Hill

For Whom the Bells Toll (2007) … Lainie Hill
 2006 Bottoms Up (Video)
Penny Dhue
 2006 Windfall (TV Series)
Elisa / Mother

There and Gone Again (2006) … Elisa
The Getaway (2006) … Elisa
Pilot (2006) … Mother
 2004-2006 Justice League Unlimited (TV Series)
Supergirl / Kara Kent / Galatea / …

Far from Home (2006) … Supergirl / Kara Kent (voice)
Chaos at the Earth’s Core (2005) … Supergirl / Kara Kent / Shakira (voice)
Panic in the Sky (2005) … Supergirl / Kara Kent / Galatea (voice)
Flashpoint (2005) … Supergirl / Kara Kent / Galatea / … (voice)
The Return (2004) … Kara Kent / Supergirl (voice)
 2004 The Book of Ruth (TV Movie)
 2003 Strong Medicine (TV Series)
Sharon / Cherie / Sharona

Love and Let Die (2003) … Sharon / Cherie / Sharona
 2003 A mi amor mi dulce (Short)
 2001 Robbie’s Brother
 2001 The Princess Diaries
Teen Reporter Cassie
 2000 Urban Chaos Theory (Short)
The Girl
 2000 Rave
 2000 Ice Angel (TV Movie)
Sarah Bryan
 1998-2000 Superman (TV Series)
Supergirl / Kara

Legacy: Part II (2000) … Supergirl (voice)
Legacy (2000) … Supergirl (voice)
Unity (1999) … Supergirl / Kara (voice)
Little Girl Lost: Part II (1998) … Supergirl / Kara (voice)
Little Girl Lost (1998) … Supergirl / Kara (voice)
 2000 Panic
 1999 The Sterling Chase
 1993-1999 The Nanny (TV Series)
Margaret ‘Maggie’ Sheffield

The Finale: Part 2 (1999) … Margaret ‘Maggie’ Sheffield
The Finale: Part 1 (1999) … Margaret ‘Maggie’ Sheffield
The Baby Shower (1999) … Margaret ‘Maggie’ Sheffield (credit only)
Maggie’s Wedding (1999) … Margaret ‘Maggie’ Sheffield
Yetta’s Letters (1999) … Margaret ‘Maggie’ Sheffield (credit only)
 1998 The New Batman Adventures (TV Series)
Supergirl / Kara Kent

Girl’s Night Out (1998) … Supergirl / Kara Kent (voice)
 1998 Welcome to Paradox (TV Series)
Delphi B.

The Girl Who Was Plugged In (1998) … Delphi B.
 1997 Unwed Father (TV Movie)
Melanie Crane
 1996 For My Daughter’s Honor (TV Movie)
Amy Dustin
 1996 What Kind of Mother Are You?
Kelly Jameson
 1994 Season of Change
Sally Mae Parker
 1994 Beethoven (TV Series)
Ryce Newton

Trash Island/The Long Weekend (1994) … Ryce Newton (voice)
Scent of a Mutt/Down on the Farm (1994) … Ryce Newton (voice)
The Big One/Fleas! (1994) … Ryce Newton (voice)
Puppy Time/The Morning Paper (1994) … Ryce Newton (voice)
The Mighty Cone-Dog/Car Trouble (1994) … Ryce Newton (voice)
 1993 Beethoven’s 2nd
Ryce Newton
 1993 Bloodlines: Murder in the Family (TV Movie)
Jacy Woodman
 1992 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
Sue Scanlon

A Presumption of Innocence (1992) … Sue Scanlon
Home and Away (1992) … Sue Scanlon
Highwire (1992) … Sue Scanlon
Song of Myself (1992) … Sue Scanlon
 1992 Beethoven
 1991 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (TV Series)

The Butler Did It (1991) … Zoey
 1990 Mother Goose Stories (TV Series)

Flora Montgomery

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Flora Montgomery

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Flora Anne Selina Montgomery
Born (1974-01-04) 4 January 1974 (age 43)
Greyabbey, County Down, Northern Ireland
Occupation Actress

Flora Anne Selina Montgomery[1] (born 4 January 1974) is a Northern Irish actress.

Early life and family[edit]

Montgomery was born at her family’s ancestral home in Greyabbey, County Down, the daughter of William Howard Clive Montgomery, OBE, of Rosemount House and of Greyabbey, and his second wife, Daphne Bridgeman.[1] Her maternal grandfather was Geoffrey Bridgeman.[1] She is a descendant of the 1st Viscount Montgomery. She was educated at Rockport School, County Down, and Downe House School, Berkshire.[1] She then studied drama at The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland. She graduated in 1994.


In 2003, she was named as one of European film’s Shooting Stars by European Film Promotion. Her notable TV appearances include The Bill as Emma, Urban Gothic, Pulling Moves and Midsomer Murders. She also acted in the 2001 film The Discovery of Heaven and in 2006 in Basic Instinct 2.[2]

Montgomery also appeared in an episode of the medical series “Body Story 2” in 2001. In the episode, she played a woman named Phoebe Hamilton. The episode showed what happened to her character’s body in response to a wasp sting. In 2012 she had a role in the pilot episode of ITV’s Endeavour.[2]


Personal life[edit]

On 30 August 2014 Montgomery married Søren Jessen, a Danish restaurateur, at Greyabbey on the Montgomery estate in Northern Ireland. Guests included the actor Orlando Bloom, and Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.[3]

Actress (43 credits)
 2014 Grantchester (TV Series)
Marion Taylor

Episode #1.4 (2014) … Marion Taylor
 2014 Quirke (TV Mini-Series)
Isabel Galloway

Elegy for April (2014) … Isabel Galloway
 2013 Wodehouse In Exile (TV Movie)
Leonora Cazalet
 2012 Endeavour (TV Series)
Rosalind Stromming

Pilot (2012) … Rosalind Stromming
 2011 The Family Firm (TV Movie)
Patricia Hamilton
 2011/III The Waiting Room (Short)
Anna / Nurse
 2011 Mother’s Milk
 2009 The Search (Short)
 2009 Father & Son (TV Mini-Series)
Anna / Anna Crowman

Episode #1.4 (2009) … Anna
Episode #1.3 (2009) … Anna
Episode #1.2 (2009) … Anna Crowman
Episode #1.1 (2009) … Anna
 2008 The Daisy Chain
Orla Gannon
 2007 Anner House (TV Movie)
Ruth Maguire
 2007/I Speed Dating
 2007 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Sophie Baxter

King’s Crystal (2007) … Sophie Baxter
 2006 After…
 2006 Rabbit Fever
 2006 Basic Instinct 2
Michelle Broadwin
 2004-2005 The Murdoch Mysteries (TV Series)
Ettie Weston

Under the Dragon’s Tail (2005) … Ettie Weston
Poor Tom Is Cold (2004) … Ettie Weston
Except the Dying (2004) … Ettie Weston
 2005 Murphy’s Law (TV Series)

The Goodbye Look (2005) … Laura
 2005 Man to Man
Abigail McBride
 2004 Pulling Moves (TV Series)

The Grandfather Clock (2004) … Carol
All Day Long (2004) … Carol
Two Weddings and a Break In (2004) … Carol
The Pirate and the Choirboys (2004) … Carol
 2003 Ultimate Force (TV Series)
Suzi Brown

Wannabes (2003) … Suzi Brown
 2003 Friday Night In (Short)
 2003 Goldfish Memory
 2003 Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor (TV Movie)
Peggy Shippen
 2002 The Last (Short)
Kitty Rose
 2001 Body Story 2 (TV Series)

Allergy (2001) … Phoebe
 2001 An Unsuitable Job for a Woman (TV Series)
Laura Fergusson

Playing God (2001) … Laura Fergusson
 2001 Monarch of the Glen (TV Series)
Tanya Conway

Episode #2.4 (2001) … Tanya Conway
 1998-2000 The Bill (TV Series)
Emma Roberts / Carol Chambers

Gentle Touch: Part 3 (2000) … Emma Roberts
Gentle Touch: Part 2 (2000) … Emma Roberts
Gentle Touch: Part 1 (2000) … Emma Roberts
Too Many Cooks (1998) … Carol Chambers
 2000 Urban Gothic (TV Series)

Turn On (2000) … Jane
 2000 Metropolis (TV Mini-Series)
Sophie Hamilton
 2000 Agatha Christie’s Poirot (TV Series)
Flora Ackroyd

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (2000) … Flora Ackroyd
 1998 Wuthering Heights (TV Movie)
 1998 A Certain Justice (TV Series)
Octavia Aldridge

Episode #1.3 (1998) … Octavia Aldridge
Episode #1.2 (1998) … Octavia Aldridge
Episode #1.1 (1998) … Octavia Aldridge
 1998 Mosley (TV Series)
Baba / Lady Alexandra Metcalfe

Beyond the Pale (1998) … Lady Alexandra Metcalfe
Breaking the Mould (1998) … Baba
Rules of the Game (1998) … Baba
Young Man in a Hurry (1998) … Baba
 1998 Heat of the Sun (TV Mini-Series)
Dorothy Michaeljohn

The Sport of Kings (1998) … Dorothy Michaeljohn
 1997 The Perfect Blue
Film Student #2
 1997 The Tale of Sweeney Todd (TV Movie)
Young Woman in Waxworks
 1997 Bugs (TV Series)

Renegades (1997) … Joanne
 1995 The Governor (TV Series)
Susan Fisher

Episode #1.5 (1995) … Susan Fisher


Rebecca Tromans is an actress, known for Forever Tomorrow (2016), In Love with Barbara (2008) and Killer Moves (2013).
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Actress (15 credits)
 2015/VI Stay (Short) (completed)
Margaret (1970S)
 2013 Position Filled (Short) (completed)
 2016 Forever Tomorrow
 2013/I Cracks (Short)
 2013/VI Therapy (Short)
 2013 Killer Moves (Short)
 2013 Frank’s Inertia (Short)
 2012 Tag/Feed/Like/Hate (Short)
 2011/I The Kiss (Short)
Woman 1
 2011/II Red Light (Short)
 2010 Ignore the Machine (Short)
 2010 Dark Film (Short)
Loretta Justice
 2008 Reclaimed (Short)
 2008 In Love with Barbara (TV Movie)
Stacey – the lady’s maid

Fifi Box

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Fifi Box

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Fifi Box

Box in September 2011
Birth name Fiona Box
Born (1977-03-05) 5 March 1977 (age 40)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Show Fifi, Fev & Byron on Fox FM Melbourne
Boxed In With Fifi Box on the Hit Network
Station(s) Fox FM Melbourne
Hit Network
Country Australia
Previous show(s) Fifi and Jules on Today Network
The Shebang on Triple M
Website Fifi & Dave

FionaFifiBox[1] (born 5 March 1977) is an Australian radio broadcaster, television presenter and actress.


Box’s early career was spent in regional Australia working at stations 2MC/ROXFM Port Macquarie, 3TR Traralgon and 3GG Warragul.[citation needed][when?]

In 2000, Box co-hosted a late-night show on TTFM Melbourne[citation needed] and within months, was picked up by the Triple M network to co-host a national night show based on relationships. When the show came to an end, she moved to the breakfast timeslot to produce Amanda Keller, Mikey Robins and Peter Berner.[citation needed]

In 2003, Box joined The Shebang on Triple M and stayed with the station until 2008.[citation needed]

Box is known on television for her “standout” performance on Dancing with the Stars on the Seven Network in 2007 and regular guest appearances on Sunrise and Thank God You’re Here.

In January 2009, Box joined Sunrise as weather presenter where she replaced David Brown and stayed in this position until December 2009. In January 2010, she was appointed as Entertainment Editor on Sunrise[citation needed] where she interviewed celebrities and presented entertainment segments. Grant Denyer returned to Sunrise as weather presenter.

In November 2010, it was revealed that Box was hired as a co-host with Jules Lund on Fifi and Jules across the Today Network leaving Friday’s show open for Hamish and Andy to do their show. The show started in February 2011.[2]

In November 2013, Box announced that she was going to co-host Fifi & Dave with Dave Thornton on Fox FM in 2014 replacing Jo Stanley and Matt Tilley. In 2016, Brendan Fevola joined the show and it was renamed Fifi, Dave and Fev. In January 2017, anchor Byron Cooke was added to the title of the show and it was renamed Fifi, Dave, Fev & Byron. Dave Thornton resigned from the show in September 2017 and the show was renamed to Fifi, Fev & Byron.

Box joined the cast of Neighbours in July 2016 as Brooke Butler. She made her debut on the show on 28 September 2016 and left at late November, her character returned in April 2017.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Box was raised in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She attended Tintern Girls Grammar School in Ringwood and in her final year was appointed school captain. Box often returns to Tintern to speak with current students. Her brother is Augie March‘s keyboardist Kiernan Box.

On 19 November 2012, Box announced on live radio via her radio show “Fifi and Jules” that she was pregnant. On 17 December, it was reported that Grant Kenny was the father.[4] On 5 April 2013, Box gave birth to a baby girl.[5][6]


Tori Butler Hart is an actress and producer, known for Two Down (2015), Keeping Rosy (2014) and Miss in Her Teens (2014).
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Actress (19 credits)
 2018 The Isle (completed)
Lanthe Innis
  Dragheist (announced)
 2017/II The Forsaken (Short)
Mom / Forsaken
 2017 Edie
 2016 PHARE (Short)
Barbara Meitner
 2016/I Switch Off (Short)
 2015 Two Down
Sophie (as Tori Hart)
 2014 Keeping Rosy
Jen (as Tori Hart)
 2014 Miss in Her Teens
Biddy Belair (as Tori Hart)
 2013/I Cracks (Short)
Robynn (as Tori Hart)
 2013 Through the Eyes of Men (Video short)
Anne Bonny
 2009-2013 Doctors (TV Series)
Cassie Unwin / Sadie Scott

Hunger (2013) … Cassie Unwin (as Tori Hart)
The Open Road (2009) … Sadie Scott (as Tori Hart)
 2012 The Humpersnatch Case (Short)
Stella Dixon (as Tori Hart)
 2012 The Academy: Special (TV Movie)
Marbella (as Tori Hart)
 2011 Blog Off (Short)
Daisy (as Tori Hart)
 2011 Claude et Claudette (Short)
Claudette (as Tori Hart)
 2010 E’gad, Zombies! (Short)
Vanity Banks (as Tori Hart)
 2009 The Academy Part 2: First Impressions (Video)
Marbella (as Tori Hart)
 2009 The Academy (Short)
Marbella (as Tori Hart)

Tara Macken

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Tara Macken

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Tara Macken
Born Tara Macken
Residence Marina del Rey, California
Occupation Stunt woman, actress
Years active 2008−present

Tara Macken is an American stunt woman and actress. She has done stunt work on more than 20 films and television series, including Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D as a stunt double for Alexa Vega, Nikita for Maggie Q, and G.I. Joe: Retaliation for Élodie Yung.[1] Macken has also been featured as an actress in the series Sons of Anarchy and Hawaii Five-O, among others. Additionally, she provided motion capture work for the 2012 video game Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.[2] Macken appeared in the 2012 film The Hunger Games as the District 4 tribute,[1][3][4] and her stunt work was featured in Battleship and in Star Trek Into Darkness.[1] She is of Irish and Filipino descent.[1] She graduated from International School Manila in 2004. Macken now lives in Marina del Rey, California.[5]


Year Program Notes
2008 When Zombies Attack! Stunt performer
2008 Step Brothers High school gymnast
2008 Battle Planet Stunt performer
2009 The Octo Circus Nurse #1 (short)
2009 Make It or Break It Gymnast (1 episode)
2009 Got Your Number Walking Girl (short)
2009 Victorious Dancer/Roller Skater #1 (2 episodes)
2010 Community Stunt performer (2 episodes)
2010 The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers Ox (1 episode)
2010 Nikita Stunt double for Maggie Q (1 episode)
2010 Hawaii Five-0 Sabrina James (1 episode)
2010 Sons of Anarchy Stunt performer (3 episodes), Luisa (7 episodes)
2010 Glee Stunt performer (1 episode)
2010 NCIS: Los Angeles Stunt performer (1 episode)
2010 Hawaii Five-0 Stunt performer (1 episode)
2010 Wizards of Waverly Place Stunt double for Samantha Boscarino (1 episode)
2011 College Humor Originals Annie
2011 In Time Stunt performer
2011 The Lincoln Lawyer Stunt performer
2011 Dragon Age: Redemption Lune
2011 The Middle Stunt performer (2 episodes)
2011 The Nine Lives of Chloe King Stunt performer (6 episodes)
2011 Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D Stunt double for Alexa Vega
2012 The Girl from the Naked Eye Club Patron (uncredited), Stunt performer
2012 The Hunger Games Marina,[6] stunt performer
2012 The World Is Watching: Making the Hunger Games Herself
2012 Kickin’ It Tracy (uncredited)
2012 Donner Pass Stunt performer
2012 Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Stunt performer (motion capture)
2012 Battleship Stunt performer
2012 G.I. Joe: Retaliation Stunt double for Élodie Yung
2013 Iron Man 3 Extremis Soldier, stunt double for Stéphanie Szostak
2013 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Nail Worker (1 episode)
2013 Beverly Hills Cop stunt double for Sheila Vand
2013 Star Trek Into Darkness Stunt performer
2013 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Stunt double for Meta Golding
2013–present The Mentalist Stunt performer (13 episodes)
2013 After Earth Stunt performer
2013 Bloodline Stunt performer
2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction Stunt performer
2014 Life After Beth Stunt double for Aubrey Plaza
2014 The Hunted Stunt performer
2014 Ninja Apocalypse Mar
2015 Furious 7 Stunt performer
2018 A Wrinkle in Time Stunt double for Storm Reid


Vee Vimolmal is a UK based actress, writer director with a Thai heritage and Swedish nationality. She lived in Los Angeles for a few years, where she attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, before relocating to London. She now divides her time between the UK and Sweden.
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Actress (23 credits)
 2017 Tangent Room
 2013/I Cracks (Short)
Counselor (voice)
 2013 (Re)volt (TV Series short)

Den sista pusselbiten (2013) … Patreeya
 2013 Casualty (TV Series)
Dr. Thorne

No Other Medicine (2013) … Dr. Thorne
 2012 Blue Marble Cafe (Short)
 2005-2011 Doctors (TV Series)
Jenny Wattana / Leslie

The Body (2011) … Jenny Wattana
A Way with Words (2005) … Leslie
 2010 The Bill (TV Series)
Yin Chan

Paying the Price (2010) … Yin Chan
 2010 Married Single Other (TV Series)
Miss Chen

Catnip (2010) … Miss Chen
 2009 Emmerdale (TV Series)
Suzie Kwong

Episode #1.5296 (2009) … Suzie Kwong
 2009 Echelon Conspiracy
 2008 City (Short)
 2008 Kirill (Video short)
 2006 Little Britain (TV Series)
Defense Lawyer

Little Britain Abroad: Part 1 (2006) … Defense Lawyer (credit only)
 2006 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (TV Series)

Chinese Walls (2006) … Cleaner
 2006 The Omen
Katherine’s Nurse – London Hospital
 2006 Basic Instinct 2
Thai Prostitute
 2005 Mike Bassett: Manager (TV Series)
Thai Girl
 2005 Where the Truth Lies
Room Service Girl
 2005 Ultimate Force (TV Series)

Deadlier Than the Male (2005) … Ellie
 2003 Boohbah (TV Series)
Sister (2003)
 2001 Redeye (Short)
Stewardess (as Vipavee Vimolmal)

Krystal Vee

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Krystal Vee

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Krystal Vee
Born Krystal Virulchanya
(1987-11-28) 28 November 1987 (age 30)
Bangkok, Thailand

Krystal Vee (born November 28, 1987), is a Thai actress.

Vee was born in Bangkok, Thailand as the second daughter of a Thai father and a British mother. As a result of her father’s diplomatic work she spent a total of six years living in Russia where she attended an Anglo-American School.

At the age of eight she did her first TV commercial before heading back to Russia for the second time. Upon returning to Thailand, Krystal was immediately sourced for TV commercials and by the age of 15 she was actively working throughout Asia. At 17 she landed her first film role in Maid and soon after starred in a number of local Thai TV sitcoms including Mahad-sajaan Wan-gert, Gaenka-laa, Kao hao wa noo pen jao-ying, Jet-mahaad-sajun, and Playng din glin dao.

Krystal worked as a model in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, Philippines,[1] and upon returning to Thailand in 2008 she got a role in Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, starring Kristin Kreuk, Chris Klein, and Neal McDonough.

Upon completion of her first role in a Hollywood feature film she landed her first onscreen leading role in an independent film called The Lazarus Papers starring Danny Trejo, Gary Daniels, Tiny Lister, and Bai Ling.

Krystal starred alongside Victor Webster in 2012’s The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption.[2][3]