Cinthia Moura was born on March 5, 1982 in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. She is an actress, known for Masters of Horror (2005).
Actress (1 credit)
 2005 Masters of Horror (TV Series)
Deer Woman

Deer Woman (2005) … Deer Woman

Nurgül Yeşilçay

Nurgül Yeşilçay

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Nurgül Yeşilçay
Nurgül Yeşilçay in Muhteşem Yüzyıl: Kösem

Born Nurgül Gültekin
(1976-03-26) 26 March 1976 (age 41)
Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Education Drama
Alma mater Anadolu University
Occupation Actress
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
Spouse(s) Cem Özer (m. 2004–2010)
Children 1
Awards Golden Boll Award for Best Actress (2005)
Golden Orange Award for Best Actress (2008)

Nurgül Yeşilçay (born 26 March 1976) is a Turkish stage and film actress.


Nurgül Yeşilçay was born in Afyonkarahisar, Turkey in 1976. She studied drama at the State Conservatoire of Anadolu University in Eskişehir. Since her graduation, she has performed several major roles for the stage, including Ophelia in Hamlet and Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire. Theatre aside, she shot to prominence as the lead in, among others, three record-breaking Turkish television dramas. Her movie, Edge of Heaven won the prize for best screenplay at the 60th Cannes Film Festival in 2007. She reported “big projects were offered to me by well-known producers in Cannes. But my son is a baby. I need begin new life. I can’t.” [1] She made her screen debut in 2001 in Semir Arslanyürek‘s feature Şellale, (The Waterfall). She won the “Best Actress” award at the 45th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival with Vicdan movie.


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Heather Cole is an actress and assistant director, known for Best Friends (2013), The Merman Prince for El Presidente Emperor Warlord! and Occurrence (2015)
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Actress (26 credits)
 2017 Are You Wild Like Me? (Short) (post-production)
Camper #2
 2016 The Barren Pine (completed)
Henrietta / Nora
  Die, Hipster! Die! (filming)
Sadie Fuller
 2017 The Mint
 2017 The Deuce (TV Series)
Linda Lovelace

My Name Is Ruby (2017) … Linda Lovelace (uncredited)
 2017 Jimbo, clowns usually juggle (Short)
 2017 Smoke City (Short)
 2016 A Crime to Remember (TV Series documentary)

Guess Who? (2016) … Seamstress
 2016 Crafting with Connie (TV Series)
 2016 John Gets Ahead (Short)
 2016 The Painter of Time (Video short)
Mackenzie Ferrara
 2015 Urban Trinity: The Story of Catholic Philadelphia (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Sarah Crawford
 2015 Occurrence (Short)
 2014 Motive (Short)
 2014 Hit Man (Short)
 2014 DumbAs (Short)
Club Girl #1
 2013 Bisabuelo (Short)
 2013 Bob Karate (Short)
 2013 Nightingale (Short)
 2013/IV Best Friends (Short)
 2013 Nerd vs. Geek (TV Series)

Wing-womaning (2013) … Heather
 2012 The Tale of Wendell P. Wendell (Video short)
 2012 Me and the Devil Blues (Short)
 2012 The Psychic (Video short)
Psychic #1


Heather Goldenhersh was born on March 26, 1973 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She is an actress, known for Hail, Caesar! (2016), School of Rock (2003) and Kinsey (2004).
Actress (23 credits)
 2016 Modern Family (TV Series)
Mrs. Wilkerson

Thunk in the Trunk (2016) … Mrs. Wilkerson
 2016 Hail, Caesar!
Natalie – Secretary
 2008 Leatherheads
Belinda / Flapper
 2008 Horton Hears a Who!
Who Girl / Additional Voices (voice)
 2007 Purple Violets
Sassy Party-Goer
 2006-2007 The Class (TV Series)
Lina Warbler

The Class Goes Back to the Hospital (2007) … Lina Warbler
The Class Rides a Bull (2007) … Lina Warbler
The Class Springs a Leak (2007) … Lina Warbler
The Class Has a Snow Day (2007) … Lina Warbler
The Class Eats Moroccan Chicken (2007) … Lina Warbler
 2006 Wedding Daze
 2005 Southern Belles
 2004 Coney Island (Video short)
 2004 Tempting Adam (TV Movie)
 2004 Kinsey
Martha Pomeroy
 2004 The Merchant of Venice
 2003 School of Rock
 2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Ellen Swanson

Mercy (2003) … Ellen Swanson
 2003 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Roseanne Connelly

Con-Text (2003) … Roseanne Connelly
 2002 Nicholas Nickleby
Fanny Squeers
 2002 Unconditional Love
Grace’s Daughter
 2001 The Believer
 2000 Sex and the City (TV Series)

 2000 Spin the Bottle
 2000 The Great Gatsby (TV Movie)
Myrtle Wilson
 1997 Swallowed (Short)
 1996 I’m Not Rappaport
Strike Woman

Adrienne Truscott

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Adrienne Truscott

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Adrienne Truscott
Occupation Choreographer, dancer, stand-up comedian

Adrienne Truscott is a choreographer, dancer, and stand-up comedian. She won the Edinburgh Comedy Awards Panel Prize[1] and Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe for her show Adrienne Truscott’s Asking For It: A One Lady Rape About Comedy. Originally part of a burlesque duo, The Wau Wau Sisters, Asking For It was her first solo comedy show.[2]

Truscott’s show …Too Freedom… premiered at The Kitchen in December 2012.[3]

Truscott is a 1994 graduate of Wesleyan University.[4]

Actress (1 credit)
 2006 Shortbus
The Wau Wau Sister
Hide Hide Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (1 credit)
 2008 The Blue Horizon (first assistant director)

Julie McClemens

Actress (23 credits)
 2013 Arwad
 2011 Malenfant (TV Series)
Colette Perron

L’encaisseur (2011) … Colette Perron
L’arrogant (2011) … Colette Perron
Le batailleur (2011) … Colette Perron
Le rusé (2011) … Colette Perron
 2010 Lance et compte
Michelle Béliveau
 2009 Lance et compte: Le grand duel (TV Series)
Michelle Béliveau / Michelle Beliveau

Episode #1.10 (2009) … Michelle Béliveau
Episode #1.9 (2009) … Michelle Béliveau (credit only)
Episode #1.8 (2009) … Michelle Beliveau
Episode #1.7 (2009) … Michelle Béliveau (credit only)
Episode #1.6 (2009) … Michelle Béliveau
 2008 Le banquet
 2006 Lance et compte: La revanche (TV Series)
Michelle Béliveau

Episode #1.10 (2006) … Michelle Béliveau
Episode #1.9 (2006) … Michelle Béliveau
Episode #1.8 (2006) … Michelle Béliveau
Episode #1.7 (2006) … Michelle Béliveau
Episode #1.6 (2006) … Michelle Béliveau
 2006 À l’ombre (Short)
 2006 Duo
Marquise Bureau
 2005 Audition
 2005 Les états-Unis d’Albert
Mary Pickford
 2004 Temps dur (TV Series)
Martine Bordeleau

Episode #1.9 (2004) … Martine Bordeleau
Episode #1.8 (2004) … Martine Bordeleau
Episode #1.6 (2004) … Martine Bordeleau
Episode #1.5 (2004) … Martine Bordeleau
Episode #1.4 (2004) … Martine Bordeleau
 2004 Un ange passe (Short)
 2004 Grande ourse (TV Series)
Stéphanie Ferron

Bas les masques! (2004) … Stéphanie Ferron
 2003 Ramdam (TV Series)
Lectrice de nouvelles

Les allumeurs d’étoiles (2003) … Lectrice de nouvelles
 2001 La vie, la vie (TV Series)

Le prix à payer (2001) … Marie
La fille de son père (2001) … Marie
Le test (2001) … Marie
Rentrer à la maison (2001) … Marie
Toute bonne chose a une fin (2001) … Marie
 2000 Chartrand et Simonne (TV Series)
Alec Leduc-Pelletier / Alec-Leduc Pelletier

La fin d’une époque: 1955-1960 (2000) … Alec-Leduc Pelletier
Un homme en colère: 1952-1955 (2000) … Alec Leduc-Pelletier
La naissance d’une vocation: 1946-1950 (2000) … Alec-Leduc Pelletier
Envers et contre tous: 1940-1942 (2000) … Alec Leduc-Pelletier
La Rencontre: 1935-1940 (2000) … Alec Leduc-Pelletier
 2000 Le pays dans la gorge (TV Movie)
Emma (jeune)
 1998 Réseaux (TV Series)
Julie Roussel
 1996 Night of the Flood
The Handspeaker
 1995 Les machos (TV Series)
Suzanne Joncas
 1995 Alys Robi (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.1 (1995) … Chanteuse
 1995 Les héritiers Duval (TV Series)

Episode #1.18 (1995) … Annie
 1992 Montréal ville ouverte (TV Mini-Series)


Anne Girard was born on September 26, 1982 in Elsah, Illinois, USA. She is a producer and actress, known for Crank: High Voltage (2009), Girl Camp (2007) and The Love Me Cat Show (2013).
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Actress (31 credits)
 2016-2017 Mom Tested (TV Series)

Moms Test Old Workout Trends (2017) … Annie
Moms Take a Lie-Detector Test (2017) … Annie
Pinterest Makeup Fails (2017) … Annie
 2016 Bad People
Sara Saunders
 2015 Brooding (Short)
 2015 Centurion AD
Officer Rose
 2015 The Bum Chum (Short)
Armless Girl
 2015 Adulthood
 2013 Raptor Raptor (TV Series)

How to Online College! (2013) … Alison
How to Buy Pizza! (2013) … Alison
 2012 Stunt Nation (TV Series)
DJ Meannie

Louie Vito (2012) … DJ Meannie
Bucky Lasek (2012) … DJ Meannie
 2012 The Encyclopædia of Hell Book Movie (Short)
Stoner Girl
 2012 Martini Mom and Devil Spawn
 2012 The Amazing Lazy (Short)
Cloris Clane
 2012 White People Problems (TV Series)

Too Many Parties (2012) … Andrea
Too Many Parties (2012) … Andrea
 2011/IV Happy New Year
 2011 Hindsight News (TV Series)
Gusty Winds / Regina

Food and Nutrition (2011) … Gusty Winds / Regina
Money Special (2011)
Labor Special (2011) … Gusty Winds
Immigration Special (2011) … Gusty Winds
Introduction (2011) … Gusty Winds
 2011 Funny or Die Presents… (TV Series)
Lady Robotula

Episode #2.9 (2011) … Lady Robotula
 2010 La cérémonie (Short)
 2010 Caller ID
 2009 Roger Star (Short)
 2009 Crank: High Voltage
Nevada (as Annie Girard)
 2008 A Darker Reality
 2008 Pathology
Donna (Ben’s Date)
 2007 Girl Camp (Short)
 2007 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (TV Series)

Episode #4.131 (2007) … Various
 2007 Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz (TV Series)
Hungry Girl

Episode #1.4 (2007) … Hungry Girl
 2006 Premier suspect (TV Movie)
Collègue Agnès
 2004 Reno 911! (TV Series)
Smiley’s Hooker

British Law (2004) … Smiley’s Hooker
 2004 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)

Episode #3.68 (2004) … Various
 2002 Spy TV (TV Series)

Episode #2.11 (2002) … Various
 2002 Charmed (TV Series)
Lingerie Girl

The Fifth Halliwell (2002) … Lingerie Girl

Brooke Lyons

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Brooke Lyons

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Brooke Lyons
Born (1980-11-08) November 8, 1980 (age 37)
Washington, D.C., U.S.
Alma mater Yale University
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present
Spouse(s) Max Osswald (m. 2014)
Parent(s) James R. Lyons (father)
Penny A. Sousa (mother)

Brooke Ashley Lyons[1] (born November 8, 1980)[2][3] is an American actress. She is known for her roles as Amy in the 2008 film Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins and as Peach Landis in the CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls.

Early life and education[edit]

Lyons was born in Washington, D.C. She is the daughter of surgeon James R. Lyons and dancer Penny A. (née Sousa). She is of Italian, Irish and Portuguese descent and grew up in Fairfield and New Haven, Connecticut, and several other towns in the state.[4]

As a child she suffered from scoliosis, which prevented her from a pursuing a career as a ballet dancer. Before being diagnosed, she studied dance at the Joffrey Ballet School, the New England Ballet School in Connecticut, the Boston Ballet and traveled to France.[4] She wore a back brace throughout her time in the ninth grade.[5] She ultimately had surgery to correct her spine.[4] While she was freshman at Yale University, she founded the Connecticut Scoliosis Association[5] and wrote about her experiences with the disease in the book titled Scoliosis: Ascending the Curve.[6] The book was published before she began classes at Yale in 1999.[4]

While at Yale she majored in English literature and was a member of the “Arts and Letters” Manuscript Society.[4]


Lyons then became interested in acting, receiving her first speaking role in the Neil Simon play Rumors.[7] She also worked in the productions The Maids and Heartbreak House. She received additional acting training at The Groundlings in Los Angeles.[4]

Beginning in 2004, Lyons appeared in the television series American Dreams, That’s So Raven, The Starter Wife, and Desperate Housewives, and has had recurring roles in 2 Broke Girls, The Affair, and Jane by Design.[7]

In film, her most notable acting role to date was as Amy in the 2008 film Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins. She also appeared in the films The Trap (2005), Protecting the King (2007), and Dark Reel (2008).

Personal life[edit]

In 2014, Lyons married film producer Max Osswald.[8] She and Osswald have a son, born in August 2017.[9] Lyons co-starred in two films that Osswald produced, the short film To Sonnets and the television film A Deadly Adoption.


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Trap, TheThe Trap Erica
2007 Protecting the King Monica
2007 X’s & O’s Hazel
2008 Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins Amy
2008 Dark Reel Tanya Kismen
2009 Morning After, TheThe Morning After Kristen Short film
2009 Inner Circle, TheThe Inner Circle Sarah Lambert
2009 Good: The Green Hotel Concierge (voice) Short film
2010 Real Break-Up, AA Real Break-Up Sarah Short film
2010 Beautiful Boy TV reporter voice
2012 To Sonnets Unknown Short film
Year Title Role Notes
2004 American Dreams Erin Episode: “A Clear and Present Danger”
2006 That’s So Raven Nikki Logan Episode: “Unhappy Medium
2008 American Mall, TheThe American Mall Dori Television film
2008 Starter Wife, TheThe Starter Wife Edie Episode: “Mollywood”
2009 Desperate Housewives Candace Episode: “Never Judge a Lady by Her Lover
2010 Important Things with Demetri Martin Helen Episode: “Strategy”
2011 Law & Order: LA Greta Thomas Episode: “Benedict Canyon”
2011 Love Bites Coby Episode: “Keep on Truckin'”
2011–12 2 Broke Girls Peach Landis 6 episodes
2012 Jane by Design Birdie 4 episodes
2012 Sullivan & Son Ashley Episode: “Pilot: Last, Best, and Final”
2012 Royal Pains Talia Clarke Episode: “Something Fishy This Way Comes”
2013 Crazy Ones, TheThe Crazy Ones Nancy Episode: “Sixteen-Inch Softball”
2013 Psych Elisa Episode: “Psych: The Musical
2014 Two and a Half Men Gwen Episode: “Baseball. Boobs. Boobs. Baseball.”
2014 Anger Management Dr. Everheart Episode: “Charlie and Jordan Go to Prison”
2014 Deadbeat Bloody Mary Episode: “Raising the Dead”
2014 Friends with Better Lives Linda Episode: “Something New”
2014 Perception Anne Episode: “Shiver”
2014 Mulaney Cassidy Episode: “Motif & the City”
2015 One Big Happy Erica Episode: “Out of the Closet”
2015 Deadly Adoption, AA Deadly Adoption Christine Television film
2015 Exes, TheThe Exes Sophie Episode: “The 40 Year-Old Her-Gin”
2015 The Affair Eden Ellery 3 episodes
2015-2017 iZombie Natalie 3 episodes
2016 Grandfathered Juliet Episode: “The Boyfriend Experience”
2017 Life Sentence Elizabeth Main cast
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Ruthie 6 episodes
Video Games
Year Title Role Notes
2016 World of Final Fantasy Princess Sarah

Kara Tointon

Kara Tointon

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Kara Tointon
Born Kara Louise Tointon
(1983-08-05) 5 August 1983 (age 34)
Basildon, Essex, England
Residence London, England[1]
Nationality British
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present
Television EastEnders (2005–2009)
Strictly Come Dancing (2010)
Mr Selfridge (2015-2016)
The Sound of Music Live (2015)
The Halcyon (2017)
Partner(s) James Alexandrou (2006–2007)
Joe Swash (2008–2010)
Artem Chigvintsev (2010–2014)
Relatives Hannah Tointon (sister)

Kara Louise Tointon (born 5 August 1983) is an English actress, best known for playing Dawn Swann in BBC soap opera EastEnders, as the 2010 winner of BBC television series Strictly Come Dancing and as Maria in the ITV live production of The Sound of Music Live in December 2015 alongside Julian Ovenden as Captain von Trapp.

Early life[edit]

Tointon was born to parents Ken and Carol Tointon.[2] Together with her actress sister, Hannah (born 1987), Tointon was brought up in Leigh-on-Sea. Both sisters attended St Michael’s School, Leigh, and St Hilda’s School, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.[2] Tointon was diagnosed with dyslexia at age seven.[2] She had speech and drama lessons at school. For about one year when she was a teenager, she dated James Bourne of the bands Busted, Son of Dork, and McBusted.


Early work[edit]

Tointon’s first professional acting experience came when she played the part of Brigitta in The Sound of Music at the Cliffs Pavilion. Her first appearance on television was as an extra in EastEnders in 1994, when she played a school friend of Sonia Fowler. She played the part of student Pauline Young in 2001’s first series of Teachers on Channel 4. She also starred in BBC’s “Curriculum Bites” as a presenter in 2002.[3]


Almost a month after her last Dream Team episode aired, it was revealed to the press that she would be joining the BBC soap EastEnders as a new character, Dawn Swann. Tointon auditioned for EastEnders at the same time as Tiana Benjamin, Matt Di Angelo, Kellie Shirley and Charlie Clements all auditioned for their respective roles. Tointon left EastEnders, along with co-star Ricky Groves, on 27 August 2009.[4]

She co-starred with then partner Joe Swash in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in Bristol in the 2009/2010 pantomime season.

Don’t Call Me Stupid[edit]

In July 2010, she recorded a documentary for BBC Three called Kara Tointon: Don’t Call Me Stupid. The programme examined the impact dyslexia can have on people’s lives and the difference different learning styles can have on people with dyslexia. Tointon revealed that she suffers from dyslexia, and has a reading age of 12.[5] During the programme, Tointon visited Shapwick School in Somerset, which specialises in the education of pupils with dyslexia, and talked with the pupils about their experiences.[6] Tointon was taught various line learning and organisational techniques by Dyslexia Tutor Claire Salter.[7]

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

Sport Relief Edition[edit]

In 2008, Tointon won the Sport Relief special edition of Strictly Come Dancing with Mark Ramprakash. Her Samba was enough to get her the Glitterball Trophy.

Series 8[edit]

Peppermint-coloured ballroom dress worn by Tointon in the 2010 series of Strictly Come Dancing, which she won. Displayed at BBC Birmingham, it features “net underskirts, heavily stoned bodice and ribbon detailing”.

In September 2010, it was announced that Tointon would be appearing as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing Series 8, this time partnered with Artem Chigvintsev.[8] The pair achieved good scores in the first five weeks of 30, 32, 31, 32 and 37. In week 5, Tointon was awarded the first 10 of the series by Alesha Dixon for her Pasodoble. In week 6 she was top of the leaderboard with her Salsa. She also had good scores for the next five weeks of 36, 38, 35, 34 and 38. In week 11, she got her highest score of 39 for the Viennese Waltz and Rumba and got the maximum 5/5 for the Swing-a-thon. Tointon made it to the final along with Matt Baker and Pamela Stephenson, where she made it to the final two, then went on to win and be crowned champion beating Matt Baker and his partner Aliona Vilani.[9]

Week # Dance/song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Goodman Dixon Tonioli Total
1 Cha-Cha-Cha / “I Like It 7 8 8 7 30 N/A
2 Foxtrot / “From Russia With Love 7 8 9 8 32 Safe
3 Quickstep / “Are You Gonna Be My Girl 8 8 8 7 31 Safe
4 Charleston / “Put A Lid On it” 8 8 8 8 32 Safe
5 Paso Doble / “Phantom Of The Opera” 9 9 10 9 37 Safe
6 Salsa / “Conga 9 9 9 9 36 Safe
7 Argentine Tango / “Los Vino” 9 9 10 10 38 Safe
8 American Smooth / “Cry Me a River 9 6 10 10 35 Safe
9 Jive / “Runaround Sue 7 9 9 9 34 Safe
10 Tango / “El Tango De Roxanne 9 9 10 10 38 Safe
11 Viennese Waltz / “Stop! 9 10 10 10 39 Safe
Swing / “In the Mood N/A N/A N/A N/A 1st/5 Points
Rumba / “Samba Pa Ti 9 10 10 10 39
12 Rumba / “Samba Pa Ti 9 10 10 10 39 Winners
Showdance / “Don’t Stop Me Now 9 9 9 9 36
Waltz / “If You Don’t Know Me By Now 9 9 10 10 38
American Smooth / “Cry Me a River 10 7 10 10 37

West End theatre[edit]

In May 2011, Tointon played Eliza Doolittle in the West End production of Pygmalion at the Garrick Theatre. She received fantastic reviews for the Philip Prowse production of the well known play which opened on 25 May and ran until 3 September. Her co-stars were Rupert Everett and Dame Diana Rigg.

Kara played what the Guardian’s Michael Billington called “a luminous and refreshing” Eliza to Rupert Everett’s Professor Higgins “capturing perfectly the arc of [her] development”. Whatsonstage similarly picked up on the spirited chemistry the leads seem to share; “[Kara’s] remarkably assured on the stage, blessed with malleable good looks and tremendous lung power, and she makes Eliza a truly feisty opponent to Everett’s self-obsessed, grandiloquent Higgins.”

In the Telegraph,[10] Charles Spencer celebrated Kara’s “warmth and vulnerability” marking her out as “an actress of truly great potential” while the Daily Expresss Paul Callan said “ the role of Eliza is a challenge for any actress and Miss Tointon faced it with skill and charm”.

In 2012 Kara was cast as Evelyn in Alan Ayckbourn’s west end revival of Absent Friends, a play he wrote and set in 1974. She appeared along with Reece Shearsmith, Katherine Parkinson, Steffan Rhodri, Elizabeth Berrington and David Armand at the Harold Pinter theatre, a Sonia Friedman production directed by Jeremy Herrin. Michael Billington of The Guardian wrote “all the performances in this production are finely judged. Kara Tointon has just the right broodiness as the edgy Evelyn, who is like a comic version of the young mother in Edward Bond’s Saved”.

She then played Giny in Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking, a four handed comedy set in 1965 with Felicity Kendal, Jonathan Coy and Max Bennett at the Wyndham’s theatre in the summer of 2013. Tim Walker for his review in The Telegraph said “Tointon, for her part, gives an intelligently nuanced performance as the beautiful, but profoundly flawed Ginny… There are few more exciting actresses now working on the West End stage”.

Selected stage credits[edit]

  • Pygmalion, Garrick Theatre, London, 2011
  • Absent Friends, Harold Pinter Theatre, London, 2012
  • Relatively Speaking, Wyndhams Theatre, London, 2013
  • Gaslight, Touring Production – various cities in England, 2017
  • Twelfth Night, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 2017-18

Other work[edit]

In August 2009, she was unveiled as the new face of Michelle for George underwear at Asda.[11]

In February 2011, Tointon took part in the BT Red Nose Desert Trek for Comic Relief 2011.[12]

In September 2011 it was announced that Kara would play a lead role in the new film ‘Last Passenger’ acting opposite Dougray Scott and directed by Omid Nooshin.[13]

Kara played the part of “Maria” in “The Sound of Music Live” in the UK, broadcast on 20 December 2015.[14]

From November 2017, Kara will play the role of Olivia in The Royal Shakespeare Company production of Twelfth Night.[15]

Personal life[edit]

In September 2014 Tointon took part in the Great North Run to raise money for Share A Star, a charity set up to help severely unwell children and teenagers.[16]

TV and film appearances[edit]

Year Title Type Role Notes
1999, 2004–2005 Dream Team TV Gina Moliano
2001 Teachers TV Pauline Young 8 Episodes
2001 Never Play with the Dead TV Movie Victoria
2002 Harry and Cosh TV Gabby 14 Episodes
2002 Dinotopia TV 18-year-old Le Sage
2003 Boudica Film Poppaea
2004 Keen Eddie TV Sarah Friedman
2004 Mile High TV Geneveve
2004 The Football Factory Film Tameka
2004 The Fete TV Lizzie
2004 America Or Busted TV Herself
2005–2009 EastEnders TV Dawn Swann Series Regular, 337 Episodes
2010 The Bill TV Ami Ryan 1 Episode, “Duty Calls”
2010 Strictly Come Dancing TV Herself Contestant, Winner, First Place
2010 Kara Tointon: Don’t Call Me Stupid TV Herself Fly-On-The-Wall, 1 Series
2011 Bedlam TV Leah Cole 1 Episode, “Driven”
2011 Ideal TV Herself 1 Episode
2012 The Sweeney Film Megan Barret Main Role
2013 Last Passenger Film Sarah Barwell Main Role
2014 Lewis TV Erica Stoke 2 Episodes
2015–2016 Mr Selfridge TV Rosalie Series 3 & 4
2015 The Sound of Music Live TV Maria UK version of The Sound of Music Live! broadcast 20 December 2015
2016 Let’s Be Evil Film Tiggs Main Role
2017 The Halcyon TV Betsey Day
2017 Henry IX TV Serena

Sara Rue

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Sara Rue

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Sara Rue
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Rue in September 2010
Born Sara Schlackman
(1979-01-26) January 26, 1979 (age 38)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1988–present
Spouse(s) Mischa Livingstone
(m. 2001; div. 2007);
Kevin Price
(m. 2011)
Children 2

Sara Rue (born January 26, 1979) is an American television actress. She is known for her performances as Carmen Ferrara on Popular, and as Claude Casey on Less than Perfect. In 2011, she hosted The CW reality series Shedding for the Wedding. She had a recurring role in the comedy Rules of Engagement, where she played Brenda, the softball teammate and best friend of Jeff Bingham. She also had a regular role as Kim on the short-lived ABC sitcom Malibu Country, and appeared in the main cast of the TV Land comedy series Impastor.

Early life[edit]

Sara Rue was born Sara Schlackman in New York City, the daughter of Joan Schlackman (née Rue), a municipal employee and former actress, and Marc Schlackman, a stage manager.[1] The elder of two daughters, she was raised in New York, where her parents were active in Broadway theatre. She is Jewish.[2]


Rue began her acting career at the age of nine, appearing in the 1988 film Rocket Gibraltar as Kevin Spacey‘s daughter. Rue played a very young Roseanne in the first meeting of Roseanne and Dan at a dance on the TV show Roseanne.

She starred in the comedy Grand, before going on to work on Phenom; Minor Adjustments; Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane; ER; The Division; Popular and Less than Perfect. She has appeared in several films: A Map of the World, Can’t Hardly Wait, A Slipping Down Life, Idiocracy, Gypsy 83 and had a small part as a babysitter in Gore Verbinski‘s adaptation of The Ring. She impressed director Michael Bay so much that a role was written into the movie Pearl Harbor for her.

Rue appeared in the 2006 Mike Judge film Idiocracy, in the role of the Attorney General. In 2006, Rue starred in the stage musical Little Egypt with French Stewart, Jenny O’Hara and Gregg Henry at the Matrix Theatre in Los Angeles. She guest-starred in Two and a Half Men as Berta’s pregnant youngest daughter. She had a stint on the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, playing Leonard Hofstadter‘s physician girlfriend Dr Stephanie Barnett for three episodes. Her first appearance on the show occurred on November 17, 2008. In 2009, Rue appeared in the movies Man Maid and For Christ’s Sake. She starred on the short-lived 2009 series Eastwick, based on the novel and movie The Witches of Eastwick.

In October 2010, Rue joined the cast of Rules of Engagement in a recurring role as Brenda, Jeff and Audrey’s new surrogate.[3]

It was announced in December, 2011 that Rue would be writing and starring in a new show on The CW called Poseurs, about a young woman named Lucy whose life is upended when her fiancé moves out and her fresh-from-rehab collegiate best friend, Alexandra, moves in. The two friends pose as a lesbian couple and actually get married in order to stay in the nice apartment building that only allows married couples.[4]

Rue starred in the ABC show Malibu Country as Reba McEntire‘s upbeat trophy wife neighbor, Kim Sallinger.[5] Malibu Country ran for one season (2012–13). Rue had the title role of Deb Dorfman in the movie Dorfman in Love (2012).[6]

Since 2014, Rue has appeared in a recurring role as Candace on the CBS sitcom Mom. In 2015, she was cast as main character Dora in the TV Land comedy Impastor.[7] The show was cancelled after its second season in 2016.

Personal life[edit]

Rue married director/writer/producer Mischa Livingstone in 2001, and they divorced in 2007.[8] Rue married teacher[9] Kevin Price on May 21, 2011, in a traditional Jewish wedding.[10][11] She gave birth to their first child, daughter Talulah Rue Price, on February 9, 2013.[12] She and Price adopted a second daughter, Adelaide Rue Price, in November 2016.[13]



Year Title Role Notes
1988 Rocket Gibraltar Jessica Hanson
1992 Passed Away Megan Scanlan
1998 Can’t Hardly Wait Earth Girl
Nowhere to Go a.k.a. Silent Hearts (USA: TV title)
1999 A Slipping-Down Life Violet
A Map of the World Debbie
2001 Pearl Harbor Nurse Martha
Gypsy 83 Gypsy Vale
2002 The Ring Babysitter
2005 Barbara Jean Barbara Jean Short film
2006 Danny Roane: First Time Director Charlotte Lewis
Idiocracy Attorney General “Fun Bags” (Uncredited)
2008 Man Maid Torry
2009 Not Since You Sarah ‘Doogs’ Doogins
2010 For Christ’s Sake Candy
2011 Dorfman in Love Deb Dorfman
2013 Miss Dial Sam


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Grand Edda Pasetti Main role (26 episodes)
1992 Roseanne Teenage Roseanne Episode: “Halloween IV”
1993–94 Phenom Monica Recurring role (14 episodes)
1995 Blossom Angie Episode: “Mating Rituals”
1995 Family Reunion: A Relative Nightmare Jacquelyn Television movie
1995–96 Minor Adjustments Darby Gladstone Main role (20 episodes)
1996 ER Jane Episode: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
Pearl Bertha Sugs Episode: “Ticket to Ride “
For My Daughter’s Honor Jones, KimberlyKimberly Jones Television movie; a.k.a. Indecent Seduction
1997 Ned & Stacey Amy Episode: “Prom Night”
Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Younger Sister (voice) Episode: “The Golden Goose”
1998 Chicago Hope Rhonda Fritz Episode: “The Ties That Bind”
The Simple Life Melanie Episodes: “Pilot”, “Sara’s Ex”, and “The Luke & Sara Show”
1999 Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane Breeny Kennedy Episodes: “Everything You Wanted to Know About Zoe”, “To Jack, from Zoe”, and “Sympathy for Jack”
2000 Will & Grace Joyce Adler Episode: “Lows in the Mid-Eighties”
1999–2001 Popular Carmen Ferrara Main role (43 episodes)
2002–03 The Division Amanda McCafferty Episodes: “Hide and Seek”, “Remembrance”, and “Acts of Betrayal”
2003 MADtv The Babysitter Episode #9.11
2002–06 Less than Perfect Claudia “Claude” Casey Main role (81 episodes)
2003 This Time Around Gabby Castellani Television movie
2006 Play Nice Television movie
2006–07 Two and a Half Men Naomi Episodes: “Repeated Blows to His Unformed Head” and “Castrating Sheep in Montana”
2007 Nurses Chris Korenek Television movie
2008 The Big Bang Theory Dr. Stephanie Barnett Episodes: “The Lizard-Spock Expansion”, “The White Asparagus Triangulation” and “The Vartabedian Conundrum”
Nightmare at the End of the Hall Courtney Television movie
Spaced Apryl Television movie
2009 Leverage Marissa Devins Episode: “The Mile High Job”
2009–10 Eastwick Penny Higgins Main role (13 episodes)
2010 Private Practice Shira Cole Episode: “Til Death Do Us Part”
2011 Shedding for the Wedding Herself – Host Regular (5 episodes)
RuPaul’s Drag Race 3 Herself – Guest Judge Episodes: “Face, Face, Face of Cakes” and “RuPaul Rewind”
2012 Psych Amy Alleris Episode: “Heeeeere’s Lassie”
2012–13 Malibu Country Kim Sallinger Main role (18 episodes)
2010–13 Rules of Engagement Brenda Recurring role (12 episodes)
2011 My Future Boyfriend Elizabeth Barrett Television movie
2014–16 Mom Candace Recurring role (7 episodes)
2015–16 Impastor Dora Winston Main role (20 episodes)
2016 Don’t Wake Mommy Beth Television movie
2016-17 Bones Karen Delfs Recurring role (7 episodes)
2017 All For Love Jo Television Film (Hallmark)