Sharon Brown (actress)

Sharon Brown (actress)

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Sharon Brown
Born Sharon Catherine Brown
(1962-01-11) January 11, 1962 (age 55)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Other names Sharon Blanks
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Billy Blanks, Jr.
Parent(s) Johnny Brown
June Brown

Sharon Catherine Brown (born January 11, 1962), also known as Sharon Catherine Blanks, is an American actress of stage, film, and television.

Background and family[edit]

She was born in New York City, New York,[1] and is the daughter of actor Johnny Brown, who portrayed Nathan Bookman on the 1970s sitcom Good Times.[1] Her mother, June Brown, was a studio manager.

She is married to Billy Blanks, Jr., and sometimes appears under her married name of Sharon Catherine Blanks.[2]

Professional career[edit]

Brown has worked frequently as a stage actress, including roles as Effie in both Broadway and touring productions of the musical Dreamgirls; as Violet in the musical Maggie Flynn; and as the narrator in versions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.[3] She has also toured with productions of The Wiz, Rent and Jekyll & Hyde.[1] Brown was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award in 1987 for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Non-Resident Production for her role in the touring version of Dreamgirls.[4]

Film credits include A Chorus Line (1985), For Keeps (1988), Sister Act 2 (1993), What’s Love Got to Do with It (1993), Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) and Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999). On television, Brown played the character Daisy on the CBS soap opera Love of Life in 1971, and she originated the role of Chantel on the NBC soap Generations from 1989 to 1990. She portrayed a young Louise in a 1981 flashback episode of The Jeffersons titled “And the Doorknobs Shined Like Diamonds”. Other episodic television credits include Good Times, A Different World and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.[1]


Television – American Dreams
Film – Introducing Dorothy Dandridge
Stage – Jekyll & Hyde
Commercial – McDonalds


Kathie Browne was born Jacqueline Katherine Browne in San Luis Obispo, California on September 19, 1930. She got her break in TV after appearing in a Los Angeles production of Tennessee Williams‘s play, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1958), making her debut in 1957 in the Western TV series, The Gray Ghost (1957), The Sheriff of Cochise (1956), and
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Actress (90 credits)
 1979 The Suicide’s Wife (TV Movie)
Joan Davies
 1979 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Helena Stewart

Bowling/Command Performance (1979) … Helena Stewart
 1977 The Oregon Trail (TV Series)
Mae Simms

Evan’s Vendetta (1977) … Mae Simms
 1975 The Rockford Files (TV Series)
Mayor Karen Sanders

Pastoria Prime Pick (1975) … Mayor Karen Sanders
 1975 Kolchak: The Night Stalker (TV Series)
Lieutenant Irene Lamont

The Sentry (1975) … Lieutenant Irene Lamont
 1968-1974 Ironside (TV Series)
Laverne Parkos / Elda Thompson / Jane Hickman

Act of Vengeance (1974) … Laverne Parkos
The Macabre Mr. Micawber (1968) … Elda Thompson
The Lonely Hostage (1968) … Jane Hickman
 1974 Banacek (TV Series)
Shirley Cole

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t (1974) … Shirley Cole
 1974 The Evil Touch (TV Series)
Selma Hazeltime

Gornak’s Prism (1974) … Selma Hazeltime
 1974 Police Story (TV Series)

The Ripper (1974) … Sheila
 1972 Cade’s County (TV Series)
Amanda Gunnarson

Inferno (1972) … Amanda Gunnarson
 1972 Longstreet (TV Series)
Connie Gilman

Anatomy of a Mayday (1972) … Connie Gilman
 1971 Mannix (TV Series)
Carol Barr

The Man Outside (1971) … Carol Barr
 1971 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (TV Series)
Maggie Ireland

The Invasion of Kevin Ireland (1971) … Maggie Ireland
 1970 The Forty-Eight Hour Mile (TV Movie)
Amy Godwin
 1970 Berlin Affair (TV Movie)
 1970 Love, American Style (TV Series)
Ann Curtis (segment “Love and the King”)

Love and the Banned Book/Love and the First-Nighters/Love and the King (1970) … Ann Curtis (segment “Love and the King”)
 1968-1969 The Outsider (TV Series)
Amy Godwin / Anne DuBois

Service for One (1969) … Amy Godwin
For Members Only (1968) … Anne DuBois
 1969 Get Smart (TV Series)

 1968 Star Trek (TV Series)

Wink of an Eye (1968) … Deela
 1968 The Name of the Game (TV Series)
Vicky / Millbeth McCray

Lola in Lipstick (1968) … Vicky
Shine On, Shine On, Jesse Gil (1968) … Millbeth McCray
 1968 The Big Valley (TV Series)

Deathtown (1968) … Sally
 1967 Hondo (TV Series)
Angie Dow

Hondo and the Rebel Hat (1967) … Angie Dow (credit only)
Hondo and the Apache Trail (1967) … Angie Dow (credit only)
Hondo and the Gladiators (1967) … Angie Dow (credit only)
Hondo and the Hanging Town (1967) … Angie Dow (credit only)
Hondo and the Death Drive (1967) … Angie Dow (credit only)
 1965-1967 The Wild Wild West (TV Series)
Jennifer Caine / Faith Cadwallader

The Night of the Colonel’s Ghost (1967) … Jennifer Caine
The Night of the Human Trigger (1965) … Faith Cadwallader
 1967 The Felony Squad (TV Series)
Laura Calder

The Strangler (1967) … Laura Calder
 1967 Mr. Terrific (TV Series)
Julia ‘Mr. Big’

Mr. Big Curtsies Out (1967) … Julia ‘Mr. Big’
 1966 Laredo (TV Series)
Billie Lou

The Sweet Gang (1966) … Billie Lou
 1966 Branded (TV Series)
Jennie Galvin

Call to Glory: Part 3 (1966) … Jennie Galvin
Call to Glory: Part 2 (1966) … Jennie Galvin
Call to Glory: Part 1 (1966) … Jennie Galvin
 1966 My Brother the Angel (TV Series)

We’d Rather Fight Than Switch (1966) … Norma
 1965 Slattery’s People (TV Series)
Liz Andrews

Rally Round Your Own Flag, Mister (1965) … Liz Andrews
The Unborn (1965) … Liz Andrews
 1965 Brainstorm
Angie DeWitt (as Kathie Brown)
 1964-1965 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (TV Series)
Noreen Kimberly / Mavis Maxwell

Wally the Beard (1965) … Noreen Kimberly
Bed of Roses (1964) … Mavis Maxwell
 1960-1965 Perry Mason (TV Series)
Lona Upton / Carla Eden / Susan Fisher / …

The Case of the Thermal Thief (1965) … Lona Upton
The Case of the Festive Felon (1963) … Carla Eden
The Case of the Mystified Miner (1962) … Susan Fisher (as Kathie Brown)
The Case of the Provocative Protege (1960) … Donna Loring Ross
 1962-1965 Hazel (TV Series)
Mrs. ‘Baby’ Gollard / Trudy Garson

Champagne Tony (1965) … Mrs. ‘Baby’ Gollard
Hazel, the Tryst-Buster (1962) … Trudy Garson
 1964 Gomer Pyle: USMC (TV Series)
Betty Ann

The Case of the Marine Bandit (1964) … Betty Ann
 1964 The Farmer’s Daughter (TV Series)

Help Not Wanted (1964) … Emily
 1964 The Brass Bottle
Hazel Jenks
 1961-1964 Bonanza (TV Series)
Laura Dayton / Margie Owens / Ellen Henry

Triangle (1964) … Laura Dayton
The Pressure Game (1964) … Laura Dayton
The Cheating Game (1964) … Laura Dayton
The Waiting Game (1963) … Laura Dayton
The Tall Stranger (1962) … Margie Owens
 1961-1964 77 Sunset Strip (TV Series)
Betty Kenzie / Stacey Duncan / Barbara Main / …

Alimony League (1964) … Betty Kenzie
The Raiders (1962) … Stacey Duncan
Ghost of a Memory (1962) … Barbara Main
The Turning Point (1961) … Mary Minton
 1963 Arrest and Trial (TV Series)
Mrs. Kenny Cash

Run, Little Man, Run (1963) … Mrs. Kenny Cash
 1963 Temple Houston (TV Series)
Meredith Nothing

Fracas at Kiowa Flats (1963) … Meredith Nothing
 1963 My Favorite Martian (TV Series)

 1963 The Virginian (TV Series)
Floss Delaney

Brother Thaddeus (1963) … Floss Delaney
 1963 Redigo (TV Series)
Angel Carr

Little Angel Blue Eyes (1963) … Angel Carr
 1960-1963 Wagon Train (TV Series)
Beth Fowler / Laura Mattox

The Fort Pierce Story (1963) … Beth Fowler
The Jane Hawkins Story (1960) … Laura Mattox
 1963 Kraft Mystery Theater (TV Series)
The Blonde Dealer

Shadow of a Man (1963) … The Blonde Dealer
 1963 Hawaiian Eye (TV Series)
Evelyn Hadley

Two Too Many (1963) … Evelyn Hadley
 1962-1963 Laramie (TV Series)
Lorrie / Phyllis Wynn

The Betrayers (1963) … Lorrie
Beyond Justice (1962) … Phyllis Wynn
 1963 Saints and Sinners (TV Series)
Ellie Prohaska

Slug It, Miss Joyous (1963) … Ellie Prohaska
 1963 The Real McCoys (TV Series)
Eloise Kimball

The Crop Duster (1963) … Eloise Kimball
 1962-1963 Ripcord (TV Series)
Lucy Williams / Liz Ashley

The Well (1963) … Lucy Williams
Mile High Triangle (1962) … Liz Ashley
 1962 Have Gun – Will Travel (TV Series)
Marie Ellis / Lydia Moss

Marshal of Sweetwater (1962) … Marie Ellis
Taylor’s Woman (1962) … Lydia Moss
 1962 Frontier Circus (TV Series)
Mauvereen – Saloon Girl

Incident at Pawnee Gun (1962) … Mauvereen – Saloon Girl
 1962 Surfside 6 (TV Series)
Jennifer Carson / Peggy Allen

Pawn’s Gambit (1962) … Jennifer Carson
Green Bay Riddle (1962) … Peggy Allen
 1962 The Underwater City
Dotty Steele
 1961-1962 Shannon (TV Series)
Jean Evans / Marie

Patriarch (1962) … Jean Evans
The Pickup (1961) … Marie
 1960-1962 Tales of Wells Fargo (TV Series)
Peggy / Dance Hall Girl

Who Lives by the Gun (1962) … Peggy
Kid Brother (1960) … Dance Hall Girl
 1962 Ben Casey (TV Series)
Melissa Stanton

Monument to an Aged Hunter (1962) … Melissa Stanton
 1962 Lawman (TV Series)
Laurie Kemper

Heritage of Hate (1962) … Laurie Kemper
 1962 Cain’s Hundred (TV Series)
Connie Agnew

Blood Money (1962) … Connie Agnew
 1961 Bronco (TV Series)
Heather Miller

The Harrigan (1961) … Heather Miller
 1961 Rawhide (TV Series)
Lily / Mary Donahoe

Judgment at Hondo Seco (1961) … Lily
Incident of the Phantom Bugler (1961) … Mary Donahoe
 1961 King of Diamonds (TV Series)

Alias Willie Hogan (1961) … Nancy
 1961 Miami Undercover (TV Series)

The Big Frame (1961) … Pam
 1960-1961 Sea Hunt (TV Series)
Eleana Dales / Kathryn Drayton / Suzie Kenyon

Quicksand (1961) … Eleana Dales
Bionics (1961) … Kathryn Drayton
Cobalt Bomb (1960) … Suzie Kenyon
 1961 Whispering Smith (TV Series)
Ilsa Dunker

The Devil’s Share (1961) … Ilsa Dunker
 1961 Cheyenne (TV Series)
Molly Stone

Massacre at Gunsight Pass (1961) … Molly Stone
 1961 Angel (TV Series)
Elizabeth Elliott (Karen Mitchell)

The Honest Man (1961) … Elizabeth Elliott (Karen Mitchell)
 1960 Coronado 9 (TV Series)

Careless Joe (1960) … Dinah
 1960 Cinderfella (uncredited)
 1960 Two Faces West (TV Series)
Laurie Parker

Prognosis: Death (1960) … Laurie Parker
 1960 Studs Lonigan
Wild Party Girl (uncredited)
 1960 Johnny Midnight (TV Series)

The Sweet-Tooth Murder (1960) … Janice
 1960 Shotgun Slade (TV Series)
Susan Bennett

A Flower on Boot Hill (1960) … Susan Bennett
 1960 The Slowest Gun in the West (TV Movie)
Lulu Belle Slocum (as Kathy Brown)
 1960 Tombstone Territory (TV Series)
Gay Monahan

The Lady Lawyer (1960) … Gay Monahan
 1960 The Man from Blackhawk (TV Series)
Patricia Cash

The Drawing Account (1960) … Patricia Cash
 1960 Lock Up (TV Series)
Sgt. Hines / Yvonne Madison

Diamond Dupe (1960) … Sgt. Hines
Society Matron (1960) … Yvonne Madison
 1959 Startime (TV Series)

Cindy’s Fella (1959) … Phyllis
 1959 The D.A.’s Man (TV Series)
Dana Langley

The Triangle (1959) … Dana Langley (as Cathy Browne)
 1959 City of Fear
Jeanne (as Cathy Browne)
 1958 Murder by Contract
Mary – Secretary and Party Girl (as Cathy Browne)
 1957 Gunsmoke (TV Series)
Mrs. Thorpe

Cows and Cribs (1957) … Mrs. Thorpe
 1957 The Sheriff of Cochise (TV Series)

Triangle (1957) … Hazel (uncredited)
 1957 The Gray Ghost (TV Series)

The Deserter (1957) … Peg
 1955 Big Town (TV Series)

Priscilla Faia

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Priscilla Faia

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Priscilla Faia
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Faia arriving for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association & InStyle’s 2014 TIFF Celebration
Born (1985-10-23) October 23, 1985 (age 32)
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present

Priscilla Faia (born October 23, 1985) is a Canadian film and television actress and former writer. She is best known for her roles in the short films After the Riots (2009) and Method (2013) and the 2010 television show Rookie Blue as the character Chloe Price. Her acting in Rookie Blue was nominated in 2014 for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series.[1] She is currently starring in the television show You Me Her as Isabelle “Izzy” Silva.


Born in Victoria, British Columbia.[2] Faia was signed by a talent agent at the age of 8[3] and began taking classes at the Screen Actors Studio in Victoria by the time she was 9. After moving to Vancouver at the age of 22 Faia found some acting work in commercials and a small role in the Steven Seagal miniseries True Justice.[4] During this time she studied under Matthew Harrison at the Actor’s Foundry.[5]

Canadian Charity Challenge[edit]

In May 2013, Faia went with several other Rookie Blue coworkers to Machu Picchu, Peru to support UNICEF. Together with her coworkers (Charlotte Sullivan and Peter Mooney), she trekked throughout Peru[3] for nine days by camping and cooking in the poor areas of the Andes. She attended educational programs held by UNICEF and learned about their efforts to protect and save children living in the rural communities. She was a part of the first Canadian “Charity Challenge” to Machu Picchu [6]

Rookie Blue[edit]

Faia’s first major role in television was as Chloe Price in the TV series Rookie Blue.[7] She debuted in the finale of the show’s third season, when she got close with Dov (played by Gregory Smith) at a bar. She was then introduced in season 4‘s premiere as character Frank Best’s (Lyriq Bent) goddaughter. In the season finale of season 4 Faia’s character, Chloe Price, was shot in the line of duty and had to fight for her life while Dov was at the side of her bed until her husband showed up. Chloe continued to fight for her life until the season premiere of season 5 when she woke up. After she got out of the hospital, Chloe and Dov’s relationship was rocky while she was trying to divorce her ex-husband. In the season 5 finale, Dov does not talk to Chloe much and is angry with her because he found out that Chloe and her ex-husband kissed. When the season ended they were still a bit rough. In season 6 the episode Ninety Degrees, Dov and Chloe decide to get back together.


Year Title Role Notes
2013 Rookie Blue Chloe Price Main role
Nominated – Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series (2014)[8]
2014 Seed Sandra Episode: “The Bjorn Identity”
2016 Motive Lori Schultz Episode: “The Vanishing Policeman”
You Me Her Izzy Main role
Nominated – UBCP/ACTRA Awards for Best Actress (2016)[9]
Nominated – Leo Award for Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series (2017)[10]
Actress (14 credits)
 2016-2017 You Me Her (TV Series)

Silver Linings and Vodka (2017) … Izzy
Freaky Little Love Poodles (2017) … Izzy
 2016 Motive (TV Series)
Lori Schultz

The Vanishing Policeman (2016) … Lori Schultz
 2015 My One Christmas Wish (TV Movie)
 2013-2015 Rookie Blue (TV Series)
Chloe Price

74 Epiphanies (2015) … Chloe Price
Breaking Up the Band (2015) … Chloe Price
Ninety Degrees (2015) … Chloe Price
Integrity Test (2015) … Chloe Price
Best Man (2015) … Chloe Price
 2013-2014 Rookie Blue Webisodes (TV Series)
Chloe Price

Stakeout: Andy and Chloe (2014) … Chloe Price
Stakeout: Nick and Chloe (2014) … Chloe Price
In Session: Chloe Price (2013) … Chloe Price
 2014 Seed (TV Series)

The Bjorn Identity (2014) … Sandra
 2013/I Method (Short)
 2013 One Night in Seattle
 2013 Psych (TV Series)

Juliet Wears the Pantsuit (2013) … Kimberly
 2013 W.O.S. (TV Movie)
 2012 The Eleventh Victim (TV Movie)
Leola Sheldon
 2012 True Justice (TV Series)

Dirty Money (2012) … Shelby
Violence of Action (2012) … Shelby
 2011/I The Meeting (Short)
 2009 After the Riots (Short)
Ally Keith
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2013 W.O.S. (TV Movie) (creator)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2014 Katie Chats (TV Series)

Canadian Screen Awards Chats (2014) … Herself


Renee Faia was born and raised in Bedford, Ohio. After receiving a scholarship to Columbus College of Art & Design, Renee began to study painting and clothing design. Soon she headed to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a costume illustrator. While working several years for Castle Rock Entertainment, first in television as costume stylist, then in
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Actress (26 credits)
 2017 Beautiful Dead Things (Short) (completed)
 2017 Final Fantasy XV: Comrades (Video Game)
Gentiana (English version, voice)
 2016 Final Fantasy XV (Video Game)
Gentiana (English version, voice)
 2016 Loveology (Short)
 2015 Queen of the Desert
Farsi voice actor (voice, uncredited)
 2014/I Ride
Reporter (uncredited)
 2013 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Video Game)
Karai (voice)
 2012 Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Video Game)
Esmeralda (English version, voice)
 2011 Free Agents (TV Series)

What I Did for Work (2011) … Susan
 2011 The Lying Truth
Judge Fletcher
 2011 NCIS Video Game (Video Game)
Dr. Sofia Marks (voice)
 2010 No Ordinary Family (TV Series)
Sally Downs

Pilot (2010) … Sally Downs
 2010 Reggie’s Family & Friends (TV Series)
Carla Jenkins
 2010 10 Things I Hate About You (TV Series)
Pixie Krotch

Too Much Information (2010) … Pixie Krotch
 2009 Private Practice (TV Series)

Wait and See (2009) … Woman
 2003 Where the Red Fern Grows
Jenny Coleman
 2002 Interview with the Assassin
Sharon Kobeleski
 2001 Everybody Loves Raymond (TV Series)

Say Uncle (2001) … Colleen
 1998 ER (TV Series)
Brianna Thomas

Shades of Gray (1998) … Brianna Thomas
 1998 Spoiler
 1997 Wishmaster
Insurance Assistant
 1995 Seinfeld (TV Series)

The Engagement (1995) … Alice (as Renee Phillips)
 1992 The Wonder Years (TV Series)
Peggy Kimball

Politics as Usual (1992) … Peggy Kimball

Candice Renee

Began performing at the age of 4. Attended performing arts conservatories, Faith Acting Studios and Amazing Grace Conservatory in Los Angeles and Marymount Manhattan College in New York City where she received her BA in Theatre/Acting. She now resides in NYC where she performs in the theatre and frequents the commercial and television scenes.
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Actress (11 credits)
 2017 The Last One (TV Mini-Series) (post-production)
Bloody Mary
 2017 Bodied
 2017 I Need a Rebel (TV Mini-Series)
 2015 Get Your Life (TV Series)

EP 2: GIRL GET YOUR CALI ON (2015) … Realtor
 2015 All That Matters (TV Series)
Rochelle Maxwell

Changes (2015) … Rochelle Maxwell
 2014 Laugh Gym (TV Movie)
Multiple characters
 2013 Star Trek: Into Darkness
Additional Voices (voice)
 2011 Somebody’s Hero
Female Officer
 2007 Whatever Lola Wants
 2006 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)

Choreographed (2006) … Colleen (as Candice Renée)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2014 Laugh Gym (TV Movie) (writer)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (1 credit)
 2014 Laugh Gym (TV Movie) (executive producer)


Colleen Ballinger was born on November 21, 1986 in Santa Barbara, California, USA as Colleen Mae Ballinger. She is an actress and writer, known for Haters Back Off! (2016), Dr. Fubalous (2012) and Varla Jean and the Mushroomheads (2011). She was previously married to Joshua David Evans.
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Actress (19 credits)
 2017 Spooktober (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

Phobia Shock Challenge (2017) … Miranda Sings
 2016-2017 Haters Back Off! (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

broadway or buts (2017) … Miranda Sings
makeen the news (2017) … Miranda Sings
my theem park (2017) … Miranda Sings
my 1rst bae (2017) … Miranda Sings
Modelling at the Hospital (2017) … Miranda Sings
 2017 Todrick (TV Series)

 2016 JoJo’s Juice (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

Teaching Miranda Sings How to Twerk (2016) … Miranda Sings
 2015 Miranda Sings: Selp Helf (TV Movie)
Miranda Sings
 2015 Good Mythical Morning (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

Christmas Song Challenge Ft. Miranda Sings (2015) … Miranda Sings
7 Unbelievable Sunburns (2015) … Miranda Sings
 2015 Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: Single Shot (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

Say What (2015) … Miranda Sings
Gotta Be the Shoes (2015) … Miranda Sings
OMG (2015) … Miranda Sings
Grow a Pair (2015) … Miranda Sings
Tweet Nothings (2015) … Miranda Sings
 2015 How to Makeup (TV Mini-Series)
Miranda Sings

Miranda vs Colleen (Epic Rap Battle) (2015) … Miranda Sings
The Magic of Makeup – BETTER (2015) … Miranda Sings
The Too-Much Dilemma – BETTER! (2015) … Miranda Sings
 2015 Smosh Babies (TV Series)
Baby Miranda

Singh Gets New Eyes (2015) … Baby Miranda (voice, as Miranda Sings)
 2014 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (TV Series)
Miranda Sings – ‘Pictionary’ Partner

Martin Short/Gabrielle Union/Mary J. Blige (2014) … Miranda Sings – ‘Pictionary’ Partner (as Miranda Sings)
 2014 Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

Happy Thanksgiving, Miranda (2014) … Miranda Sings
 2014 MyMusic (TV Series)

Wedding Plans! (2014) … Receptionist
 2013 Homemade Movies (TV Series)
Meg Griffin

Family Guy Live Action Intro (2013) … Meg Griffin
 2013 Hipsterhood (TV Series)

 2013 The Flipside (TV Series short)

Under the Bed (2013)
 2012 Victorious (TV Series)
Miranda Sings

Tori Goes Platinum (2012) … Miranda Sings
 2012 Dr. Fubalous (TV Series)
Royal / Miranda Sings

Training Day Off (2012) … Royal
The Day Before the End (2012) … Royal
No One Escapes Death (2012) … Royal / Miranda Sings
It’s Community Against Danger (2012) … Royal
Sometimes Friends Mess Up (2012) … Royal


Colleen McGrann is an actress, known for Justified (2010), Threshold (2016) and Paved with Good Intentions (2006).
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Actress (17 credits)
 2016/II Threshold
Dr. Phelan
 2010 Justified (TV Series)
Mrs. Lawlor

Riverbrook (2010) … Mrs. Lawlor
 2009 ER (TV Series)

And in the End… (2009) … Zwerling
 2008 Desperate Housewives (TV Series)
Lauren Baxter

Mother Said (2008) … Lauren Baxter
 2008 Shark (TV Series)
Carol Faber

Partners in Crime (2008) … Carol Faber (uncredited)
 2007 Women on Top
Rita Mintz
 2005-2007 South of Nowhere (TV Series)

Can’t Buy Me Love (2007) … Christine
Love Child and Videotape (2006) … Christine
Play Me or Trade Me (2006) … Christine
Put Out or Get Out (2005) … Christine
 2006 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Tracy Harrison

All the Sinners, Saints (2006) … Tracy Harrison
 2006 Paved with Good Intentions
Janice Walters
 2005 Wanted (TV Series)
Betsy Dunham

The Promise of Darkness (2005) … Betsy Dunham
 2005 The Church Feather (Short)
 2005 Entourage (TV Series)
Ralph’s Wife

Aquamansion (2005) … Ralph’s Wife
 2005 Medical Investigation (TV Series)

Tribe (2005) … Ellie
 2004 Summerland (TV Series)

Skipping School (2004) … Shelley
 2002 Judging Amy (TV Series)

Men Aren’t Monsters (2002) … Elaine
 2001 Boston Public (TV Series)
Cynthia Grier

Chapter Thirteen (2001) … Cynthia Grier
Chapter Twelve (2001) … Cynthia Grier
 2000 Manhattan, AZ (TV Series)
TV Reporter

Atticus Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (2000) … TV Reporter


Erin Cahill was born on January 4, 1980 in Stafford, Virginia, USA as Erin Jessica Cahill. She is an actress, known for Power Rangers Time Force (2001), Cut to the Chase (2016) and Power Rangers Hyper Force (2017). She has been married to Paul Freeman since September 3, 2016.
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Actress (95 credits)
  Youth Group (post-production)
Carla Finney
 2018 The 5th Quarter (TV Series)

Gascar (2018)
 2017 Power Rangers Hyper Force (TV Series)
Jen Scotts / Time Force Pink Ranger

Welcome to Time Force Academy (2017) … Jen Scotts / Time Force Pink Ranger
 2017 Stitchers (TV Series)
Stephanie Fisher

Kill It Forward (2017) … Stephanie Fisher
Dreamland (2017) … Stephanie Fisher
Mind Palace (2017) … Stephanie Fisher
Perfect (2017) … Stephanie Fisher
 2017/II Hush Little Baby
 2017 Resident Evil: Vendetta
Rebecca Chambers (English version, voice)
 2017 Nanny Seduction (TV Movie)
 2016 Sleigh Bells Ring (TV Movie)
 2016/II The Watcher
 2016 Angel from Hell (TV Series)

The Flask (2016) … Danielle
 2016 Cut to the Chase
Isobel Chase
 2016 It Snows All the Time
 2015 Bones (TV Series)
Ashlie Smith

The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves (2015) … Ashlie Smith
 2015 Wingman Inc.
 2014 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
FBI Special Agent Carole Gordon

SEAL Hunter (2014) … FBI Special Agent Carole Gordon
 2014 Codependents (TV Movie)
 2014 108 Stitches
Caitlin DeShields
 2014 Garfunkel and Oates (TV Series)

Hair Swap (2014) … Jenny
 2014 Delirium (TV Movie)
Rachel Haloway
 2013 Ladies Night Singles (Short)
 2013 Sleepy Hollow (TV Series)
Lena Gilbert

Sanctuary (2013) … Lena Gilbert
 2013 Skinwalker Ranch
 2013 Red Widow (TV Series)

The Coke (2013) … Felicity
The Captive (2013) … Felicity
The Escape (2013) … Felicity
The Contact (2013) … Felicity
Pilot (2013) … Felicity
 2013 Body of Proof (TV Series)
Charlotte Tilney

Abducted: Part I (2013) … Charlotte Tilney
 2012 Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Video Game)
Chloe ‘Karma’ Lynch (voice)
 2012/I The Ventriloquist (Short)
 2012 Sweet Old World
 2012 Blue-Eyed Butcher (TV Movie)
 2012 Chuck (TV Series)

Chuck Versus the Bullet Train (2012) … Bobbi
 2011 Storm War
Samantha Winter
 2011 6 Month Rule
 2011 Necessary Roughness (TV Series)
Meredith Page

Anchor Management (2011) … Meredith Page
 2011 Andy & Chaz Bugger Off to America (TV Series)
 2011 Chase (TV Series)
Caroline Belkin

Seven Years (2011) … Caroline Belkin
 2011 Law & Order: LA (TV Series)
Annette Kay

Silver Lake (2011) … Annette Kay
 2011 Demoted
 2011 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 (Video)
Rachel Ashe
 2010 LA I.C.E (TV Series short)
Officer Julia McCall

The Mix Tape (2010) … Officer Julia McCall
 2010 House (TV Series)
Margaret McPherson

Massage Therapy (2010) … Margaret McPherson
 2010 A Date with Diana (Short)
Cheetah (voice)
 2010 Castle (TV Series)
Cecily Burkett

Food to Die For (2010) … Cecily Burkett
 2010 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Kelly Ferguson

Lethal Combination (2010) … Kelly Ferguson
 2009-2010 Saving Grace (TV Series)
Kendra Burke

Let’s Talk (2010) … Kendra Burke
Am I Gonna Die Today? (2009) … Kendra Burke
Popcorn (2009) … Kendra Burke
Am I Going to Lose Her? (2009) … Kendra Burke
Moooooooo (2009) … Kendra Burke
 2010 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Agent Pangle

Pot of Gold (2010) … Agent Pangle
 2010 The Bannen Way
 2009 Not Evelyn Cho (Short)
 2009 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Donna Hines

Black Gold and Red Blood (2009) … Donna Hines
 2009 NCIS (TV Series)
Lieutenant Jessica Summers

The Inside Man (2009) … Lieutenant Jessica Summers
 2009 Monk (TV Series)
Callie Esterhaus

Mr. Monk and the Critic (2009) … Callie Esterhaus
 2009 The Ex List (TV Series)

Trustafarian (2009)
 2009 General Hospital (TV Series)

Episode #1.11763 (2009) … Cassandra
Episode #1.11762 (2009) … Cassandra
Episode #1.11761 (2009) … Cassandra
Episode #1.11760 (2009) … Cassandra
Episode #1.11759 (2009) … Cassandra
 2009 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Megan Shelley

I Will Follow You Into the Dark (2009) … Megan Shelley
 2009 Just Before Dark (Short)
 2008 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)

Little Minnesota (2008) … Heather
 2008 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Brook Simms

Better Angels (2008) … Brook Simms
 2008 Boogeyman 3 (Video)
 2008 Modern Day Jesus (TV Movie)
 2008 Greek (TV Series)

Barely Legal (2008) … Trish
 2008 Fast Track: No Limits
Katie Reed
 2008 Supernatural (TV Series)

Malleus Maleficarum (2008) … Elizabeth
 2008 Our Feature Presentation
Mrs. Renolds
 2007 Supreme Courtships (TV Movie)
 2007 Jekyll
 2007 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Rachel Hemming

Miami Confidential (2007) … Rachel Hemming
 2007 Sweet (Short)
 2007 On the Lot (TV Series)

 2007 Cold Case (TV Series)
Frances Stone – 1919

Torn (2007) … Frances Stone – 1919
 2007 Open House (TV Short)
 2006 Life Is Short (Short)
 2006 Free Ride (TV Series)

Who Let the Nate Dog Out? (2006) … Amber
Amber Alert (2006) … Amber
Procrasti-Nating (2006) … Amber
Colon Blow (to the Head) (2006) … Amber
Up the Aunty (2006) … Amber
 2005 Race You to the Bottom
 2005 American Dreams (TV Series)
Hippie Girl

California Dreamin’ (2005) … Hippie Girl
 2005 Frostbite (Video)
Coffee Shop Patron (uncredited)
 2004 Stunt C*cks (Short)
Pot Luck Dinner Guest
 2004 Songwriters Hall of Fame (TV Movie)
 2004 Creature Unknown
 2004 T.H.E.M. (TV Series)
Guest Star
 2003 Bill the Intern
 2003 Crossing Jordan (TV Series)
Tyler – Hot Girl Leader

Sunset Division (2003) … Tyler – Hot Girl Leader
 2002 Power Rangers Time Force: Dawn of Destiny (Video)
Jen / Pink Time Force Ranger
 2002 Power Rangers Time Force: The End of Time (Video)
Jen / Pink Time Force Ranger
 2002 The Biggest Fan
Montana Wastedberg
 2002 Power Rangers Wild Force (TV Series)
Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger

Reinforcements from the Future: Part 2 (2002) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger
Reinforcements from the Future: Part 1 (2002) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts
 2001 Power Rangers Time Force: Photo Finish (Video)
Jen / Pink Time Force Ranger
 2001 Power Rangers Time Force – Quantum Ranger: Clash for Control (Video)
Jen / Pink Time Force Ranger
 2001 Power Rangers Time Force (TV Series)
Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger

The End of Time: Part 3 (2001) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger
The End of Time: Part 2 (2001) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger
The End of Time: Part 1 (2001) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger
A Calm Before the Storm (2001) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger
Circuit Unsure (2001) … Jennifer ‘Jen’ Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger
 2001 James Bond in Agent Under Fire (Video Game)
Carla the Jackal (voice)
 2001 Power Rangers Time Force (Video Game)
Pink Ranger (voice)
 2000 Speed for Thespians (Short)


Claudia Galanti was born on June 6, 1981 in Asunción, Paraguay. See full bio »
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Self (3 credits)
 2010-2016 L’isola dei famosi (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Celebrity

Finale (2016) … Herself
Semifinale (2016) … Herself
Episode #11.8 (2016) … Herself
Episode #11.7 (2016) … Herself
Episode #11.6 (2016) … Herself
 2016 Caduta libera (TV Series)

Puntata VIP #12 (2016) … Herself
 2016 Grand Hotel Chiambretti (TV Series)

Episode #2.2 (2016) … Herself