NOMI COHEN

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Career Highlights

  • Legally Blonde (Theatre)
    The Court Theatre
    Role: Serena Director: Stephen Robertson
  • The Actor’s Program – TAPAC
    Bachelor of Performing Arts – NASDA
    Anna Lee School of Dance (Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet) – Kirstie Bell
  • Lysistrata (Theatre)
    Auckland Theatre Company
    Role: Gorgo Director: Michael Hurst
  • Comedy Caberet (Theatre)
    The Bluebaths – Rotorua
    Role: Rosie Director: Rima Te Wiata
  • Perform! (Theatre – Tour)
    Educational Musicals – Touring Children Show – New Zealand
    Role: Various Director: Simon Goudie
  • Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre)
    The Court Theatre
    Role: Boy Director: Ross Gumbly
  • She has appeared in several shows at Basement Theatre in Auckland, including Ghastly Dash Grim directed by Ben Henson, a sold-out season of Twisted and in 2016 co-wrote and starred in Hungover a musical comedy with director Hamish McGregor.

    Nomi is a regular cabaret performer and her 2015 Short+Sweet Cabaret PUSS took home three awards – Best Performer, Judges’ Choice and People’s Choice. She is currently expanding this to be a one hour show which she hopes will tour the country.

    Some of her other highlights include working with director Michael Hurst for Auckland Theatre Company’s season of Lysistrata, traveling to Palmerston North for a season of Wings by Jess Sayer and directed by Darlene Mohekey, and being involved in various sketches with Jono and Ben on THREE.

    Nomi is delighted to return to The Court Theatre after playing Serena in last season’s summer musical Legally Blonde the Musical.

    Nomi has been a proud member of Actors Equity since 2013.

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NAOMI COHEN

Born and raised in Israel, Naomi comes from a large family and has a twin sister, two younger sisters, and a younger brother. Prior to moving to the U.S. to obtain a degree in Theatre Arts, she served for two years in the Israeli Defense Force. Naomi graduated Cum Laude from the University of California, San Diego in 2012 with a BA in Theatre Arts
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Actress (8 credits)
 2016-2017 Only in LA (TV Series)
Natalie Goldman / Young Woman

Juice Cleanse (2017) … Natalie Goldman
Single by Choice (2016) … Natalie Goldman
The Nanny (2016) … Young Woman
 2016 Sessions (Video short)
Counselor
 2014 Phantom Halo
Martial Arts Woman #3 (uncredited)
 2014 Broadway Lofts
Penny
 2014 Mad Men (TV Series)
Hip and Groovy Chick

Time Zones (2014) … Hip and Groovy Chick (uncredited)
 2014 20s vs. 30s (TV Series)
Bartender

Meeting Guys (2014) … Bartender
 2013 NCIS (TV Series)
Dossier Woman #2

Anonymous Was a Woman (2013) … Dossier Woman #2
 2013 Machsom (Short)
Dalit Banmaman-Vainberg
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (1 credit)
 2016-2017 Only in LA (TV Series) (producer – 3 episodes)

Juice Cleanse (2017) … (producer)
Single by Choice (2016) … (producer)
The Nanny (2016) … (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (1 credit)
 2016-2017 Only in LA (TV Series) (3 episodes)

Juice Cleanse (2017)
Single by Choice (2016)
The Nanny (2016)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2016-2017 Only in LA (TV Series) (3 episodes)

Juice Cleanse (2017)
Single by Choice (2016)
The Nanny (2016)
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2014 Broadway Lofts (very special thanks)

Jennifer Ward-Lealand

Jennifer Ward-Lealand

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Jennifer Ward-Lealand
Born Jennifer Cecily Ward-Lealand
(1962-11-08) 8 November 1962 (age 55)
Wellington, New Zealand
Occupation Actor
Years active 1978–present
Spouse(s) Michael Hurst (1988–present)
Children
  • Jack Louis Ward Hurst (20)
  • Cameron Lane Ward Hurst (18)
Parent(s)
  • Conrad Ainsley Lealand
  • Philippa Mary Ward (77)
Website jenniferwardlealand.com

Jennifer Cecily Ward-Lealand, ONZM (born 8 November 1962 ), is a New Zealand screen and theatre actress whose screen CV includes starring in 1993 movie Desperate Remedies, and appearances in The Footstep Man, soap Shortland Street and Australian comedy series Full Frontal.

Biography[edit]

Ward-Lealand was born in Wellington, New Zealand to Philippa “Pippa” Mary (née Ward) and Conrad Ainsley Lealand. She has an older sister, Diana Mary Ward-Pickering and a half brother Simcha Lindt.

On 31 January 1988 she married actor Michael Hurst of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys fame. They have two sons: Jack Louis Ward Hurst, born 25 January 1997, and Cameron Lane Ward Hurst, born 2 December 1999.

Her first ongoing television role was as Jan in Close to Home (1978–1980). After leaving school she spent a year touring New Zealand in a community theatre group, performing clown shows and Chekhov.

In 1982 Ward-Lealand completed a year-long diploma in acting from Auckland‘s then influential Theatre Corporate. In between the theatre work that followed, Ward-Lealand appeared in short-lived TV drama Seekers, before her breakthrough television role in “Danny and Raewyn”, an episode from the About Face series. Filmed largely in an Auckland flat so cramped the cameraman sometimes had to sit on the stove, this tale of working class relationship breakdown would win Ward-Lealand a GOFTA Best Actress Award.

The same year Ward-Lealand made her big screen debut as nightclub singer Costello – and sang three songs – in Wellington crime thriller Dangerous Orphans.

From 1989–1990 she appeared with Harry Sinclair and Don McGlashan in theatre/musical group The Front Lawn, winning a number of awards and accolades, and acting in Front Lawn film Linda’s Body.

As an actress, singer and director of theatre, Ward-Lealand has amassed an impressive number of credits and accolades, and acted in New Zealand plays The Bach, Via Satellite, and The Sex Fiend. In 2007, she toured her acclaimed Marlene Dietrich cabaret show, Falling in Love Again (also the name of her first solo CD) in New Zealand and Australia.

Accolades[edit]

Her contribution to New Zealand theatre was recognised in 2007 New Year Honours with her investiture as officer to the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM).

Actress (41 credits)
 2018 Vermilion (post-production)
Darcy
 2018 The Adventures of Suzy Boon (TV Series)
Warden Touro

Six Years in a Leaky Room (2018) … Warden Touro
 2016-2017 Auckward Love (TV Mini-Series)
Barbara

Oh my god, we’re back again (2017) … Barbara
Are you f*cking kidding me? (2017) … Barbara
You Must Be the Other Woman (2016) … Barbara
 2015-2017 Find Me a Maori Bride (TV Series)
Narrator

Weddings (2017) … Narrator
Respect (2017) … Narrator
Whanau Day (2017) … Narrator
Waiata Aroha (2017) … Narrator (voice)
God’s Game (2017) … Narrator
 2016 Dirty Laundry (TV Series)
Donna

Episode #1.13 (2016) … Donna
Episode #1.12 (2016) … Donna
Episode #1.11 (2016) … Donna
Episode #1.10 (2016) … Donna
Episode #1.9 (2016) … Donna
 2016 Terry Teo (TV Series)
Barbara Bertinelli

Baby Takes a Bullet (2016) … Barbara Bertinelli
 2015 Newsworthy (TV Series)
Kalonike

Episode dated 30 July 2015 (2015) … Kalonike
 2014 High Road (TV Series short)
Camilla Harrison-Smyth

Who Drunk All the Vodka? (2014) … Camilla Harrison-Smyth
The Party (2014) … Camilla Harrison-Smyth
 2012-2014 Auckland Daze (TV Series)
Wanda

Episode #2.6 (2014) … Wanda
Episode #2.5 (2014) … Wanda
Episode #2.4 (2014) … Wanda
Episode #2.3 (2013) … Wanda
Episode #2.2 (2013) … Wanda
 2013 End of Daze
Wanda
 2009-2013 Buzzy Bee and Friends (TV Series)
Dorable Duck

Homework (2013) … Dorable Duck (voice)
Favourites (2013) … Dorable Duck (voice)
The Arrival (2013) … Dorable Duck (voice)
Shadow Dragon (2013) … Dorable Duck (voice)
Tip Top Topping (2013) … Dorable Duck (voice)
 2013 The Almighty Johnsons (TV Series)
Karen

And Then on to Norsewood (2013) … Karen
Unleash the Kraken! (2013) … Karen
Like the Berserkers of Old (2013) … Karen
 2013 Sunny Skies (TV Series)
Penny

Episode #1.3 (2013) … Penny
 2009 The Jaquie Brown Diaries (TV Series)
Louise Bouchet

Brown’s Bush: Part 2 (2009) … Louise Bouchet
Brown’s Bush (2009) … Louise Bouchet
 2006 Elgar’s Enigma: Biography of a Concerto (TV Movie documentary)
Narrator
 2005 Interrogation (TV Series)
Gail Mary Abbot

True Confessions (2005) … Gail Mary Abbot
 2004 Fracture
Ulla Peet
 2001 Love Mussel (TV Movie)
Doctor
 2000 The Painted Lady (Short)
Fay
 1999 Duggan (TV Series)
Joanne Taylor

A Shadow of Doubt: Part 2 (1999) … Joanne Taylor
A Shadow of Doubt: Part 1 (1999) … Joanne Taylor
 1997-1999 Xena: Warrior Princess (TV Series)
Zehra / Boadicea

The Play’s the Thing (1999) … Zehra
The Deliverer (1997) … Boadicea
 1996-1998 Shortland Street (TV Series)
Isobel Kearney

Episode dated 20 April 1998 (1998) … Isobel Kearney
Episode dated 17 April 1998 (1998) … Isobel Kearney
Episode dated 16 April 1998 (1998) … Isobel Kearney
Episode dated 15 April 1998 (1998) … Isobel Kearney
Episode dated 14 April 1998 (1998) … Isobel Kearney
 1996-1997 Letter to Blanchy (TV Series)
Jane

Garage Sale of the Century (1997) … Jane
China Syndrome (1996) … Jane
Love Makes the World Go Wrong (1996) … Jane
 1997 The Ugly
Evelyn Cartwright
 1997 The Bar (Short)
 1995 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (TV Series)
Voluptua

All That Glitters (1995) … Voluptua
 1993-1994 Full Frontal (TV Series)
Various Characters

Episode #2.22 (1994) … Various Characters
Episode #2.21 (1994) … Various Characters
Episode #2.20 (1994) … Various Characters
Episode #2.19 (1994) … Various Characters
Episode #2.18 (1994) … Various Characters
 1994 A Game with No Rules (Short)
Lauren
 1994 2 Newsnight (TV Series)

Episode #1.51 (1994)
 1994 I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (Short)
Jane
 1993 Desperate Remedies
Dorothea Brook
 1992 The Footstep Man
Mirielle
 1991 For the Love of Mike (TV Series)
Betty-Sue

Episode #1.6 (1991) … Betty-Sue
 1990 The Billy T James Show (TV Series)
Raewyn

Episode #1.6 (1990) … Raewyn
 1990 Linda’s Body (Short)
Linda
 1986 Seekers (TV Series)
Nardia Alterman

The End of the Game (1986) … Nardia Alterman
There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch (1986) … Nardia Alterman
Episode #1.14 (1986) … Nardia Alterman
Episode #1.13 (1986) … Nardia Alterman
Fellow Travellers (1986) … Nardia Alterman
 1985 Dangerous Orphans
Teresa Costello
 1978-1979 Close to Home (TV Series)
Jan

Episode dated 16 July 1979 (1979) … Jan
Episode dated 27 March 1979 (1979) … Jan
 1972 Gone Up North for a While
Child (as Jennifer Lealand)

SIOBANN MARSHALL

 

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Siobhan Marshall is a New Zealand actress best known for her role as Pascalle West from the comedy/drama series Outrageous Fortune.

Career[edit]

Marshall attended Auckland‘s Unitec School of Performing Screen Arts and graduated in 2003.

In 2004, Marshall appeared on Shortland Street, playing a character coincidentally called Siobhan. She next appeared as “Dominique” in one episode of the kid’s show Amazing Extraordinary Friends.

She has also starred in the celebrity singing show Sing Like a Superstar and won the competition.

She is represented by Auckland Actors and Encompass Entertainment Group.[1][2]

In 2015 she appeared on a sixth series of the New Zealand version of Dancing with the Stars with her professional dancing partner, Charlie Billington,[3] where she was finally placed third in the competition.

Personal life[edit]

Standing at 183 cm (6 ft.), she has a brother and sister. Although she owns a home in Oratia, Auckland, she currently lives with her mother in Auckland.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Shortland Street Siobhan O’Leary Guest role, unknown episodes
2005-2010 Outrageous Fortune Pascalle West Main role
2007 Amazing Extraordinary Friends, TheThe Amazing Extraordinary Friends Dominique “Attack of the Atomic Bombshell” (S01E06)
2012 Almighty Johnsons, TheThe Almighty Johnsons Mia “A Damn Fine Woman” (S02E05)
2013 Almighty Johnsons, TheThe Almighty Johnsons Hanna Larsen “A Bit Like Buses Really” (S03E11)
“Late to the Point of Knowledge” (S03E12)
“The End of the World as We Know It” (S03E13)
2013 Blue Rose, TheThe Blue Rose Linda Frame Main role
2014 Shortland Street Dr. Ava Erikkson Guest role, unknown episodes
2015 Find Me a Maori Bride Debbie Alpert Episodes 1-4
2015 Dancing with the Stars Herself Season 6 contestant

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Emilie Richards – Der Zauber von Neuseeland Lisa Sinclair TV film
2015 Abandoned Martha TV film
Actress (12 credits)
 2017 Encounters (post-production)
Rachel
 2015-2017 Find Me a Maori Bride (TV Series)
Debbie Alpert

Whanau Day (2017) … Debbie Alpert
Episode #1.8 (2015) … Debbie Alpert
Episode #1.7 (2015) … Debbie Alpert
Episode #1.6 (2015) … Debbie Alpert
Episode #1.4 (2015) … Debbie Alpert
 2017 Darryl: An Outward Bound Story (TV Series)
Marnie
 2017 Pork Pie
Becca
 2015/VI Abandoned
Martha
 2013 End of Daze
Siobhan
 2013 The Blue Rose (TV Series)
Linda Frame

Girl Afraid (2013) … Linda Frame
Hand in Glove (2013) … Linda Frame
This Night Has Opened My Eyes (2013) … Linda Frame
Handsome Devil (2013) … Linda Frame
Suffer Little Children (2013) … Linda Frame
 2012-2013 The Almighty Johnsons (TV Series)
Hanna / Axl Johnson

A Bit Like Buses Really (2013) … Hanna
A Damn Fine Woman (2012) … Axl Johnson
 2011 Emilie Richards – Der Zauber von Neuseeland (TV Movie)
Lisa Sinclair
 2005-2010 Outrageous Fortune (TV Series)
Pascalle West

Tis So Concluded (2010) … Pascalle West
Blood and Judgment (2010) … Pascalle West
Give Me Up the Truth (2010) … Pascalle West
Desperate Undertakings (2010) … Pascalle West
Their Grand Commission (2010) … Pascalle West
 2007 Amazing Extraordinary Friends (TV Series)
Dominque

Attack of the Atomic Bombshell (2007) … Dominque
 2004 Shortland Street (TV Series)
Siobhan O’Leary

Episode #13.80 (2004) … Siobhan O’Leary
Episode #13.79 (2004) … Siobhan O’Leary
Episode #13.78 (2004) … Siobhan O’Leary
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2009 Qantas Film and Television Awards 2009 (TV Special)
Herself
 2009 Big Night In (TV Special)
Herself
Film Year Character Type
Pork Pie 2017 Becca Movie
Darryl: An Outward Bound Story 2017 Marnie Movie
Encounters 2017 Rachel Movie
Abandoned 2015 Martha Movie
Find Me a Maori Bride 2015 Debbie Alpert TV Show
The Blue Rose 2013 Linda Frame TV Show
End of Daze 2013 Siobhan Movie
The Almighty Johnsons 2011 Axl Johnson, Hanna TV Show
Emilie Richards – Der Zauber von Neuseeland 2011 Lisa Sinclair Movie
Amazing Extraordinary Friends 2006 Dominque TV Show

Tyra Ferrell

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Tyra Ferrell

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Tyra Ferrell
Born (1962-01-28) January 28, 1962 (age 55)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1981–present
Spouse(s) Diop Kamau (m. 1992)
Website tyraferrell.com

Tyra Ferrell (born January 28, 1962) is an American actress. She is known for her roles in films Boyz n the Hood (1991), Jungle Fever (1991), White Men Can’t Jump (1992), and Poetic Justice (1993).

Life and career[edit]

Ferrell was born in Houston, Texas.[1] She moved from Houston to New York after high school and began her career on stage including roles on Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music (1981) and Ain’t Misbehavin on Broadway.[2] She made her screen debut in a small role in the 1981 comedy film So Fine, and later appeared in Lady Beware, School Daze, The Mighty Quinn, and The Exorcist III. On television, she guest-starred in Hill Street Blues, The Twilight Zone, and Quantum Leap, and had recurring roles on Square One Television, The Bronx Zoo, and Thirtysomething. In 1990, Ferrell was regular cast member on the short-lived CBS sitcom City starring Valerie Harper.[3]

In 1991, Ferrell played supporting roles in the films Boyz n the Hood and Jungle Fever.[1] In the same year, she was listed as one of twelve “Promising New Actors of 1991” in John A. Willis‘ Screen World.[4] The following year, she starred alongside Wesley Snipes in the comedy film White Men Can’t Jump, and later had supporting roles in Equinox, Poetic Justice and The Perfect Score. Ferrell also played the leading role alongside Mare Winningham in the 1993 Lifetime Television movie Better Off Dead. In 1994, she had the recurring role as Dr. Sarah Langworthy during the first season of the NBC medical drama ER, and from 1996 to 1997 she co-starred alongside Corbin Bernsen on the syndicated science fiction series The Cape.

In 2000, Ferrell co-starred alongside Khandi Alexander in the critically acclaimed HBO miniseries The Corner.[5] She later guest-starred on Soul Food, The Shield and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. In 2004, she was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special for her role in the ABC television film NTSB: The Crash of Flight 323.[6] She returned to acting ten years later with the leading role in Tasha Smith‘s directorial debut, Boxed In.[7] In 2015, Ferrell was cast in a recurring role on the second season of Fox’s prime-time soap opera Empire.[8]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1981 So Fine Receptionist
1984 Gimme an ‘F’ Rocket Rafferty
1987 Lady Beware Nan
1987 Nuts Cell Woman
1988 Tapeheads Flygirl
1988 School Daze Tasha
1988 Side by Side Rita Gold Television film
1989 The Mighty Quinn Isola
1991 The Exorcist III Nurse Blaine
1991 Jungle Fever Orin Goode
1991 Boyz n the Hood Brenda Baker
1991 The Neon Empire Samantha Television film
1992 White Men Can’t Jump Rhonda Deane
1992 Equinox Sonya Kirk
1992 You Must Remember This Ricki Sewell Television film
1993 Better Off Dead Cutter Dubuque Television film
1993 Poetic Justice Jessie
1993 Ulterior Motives Receptionist
2004 Coochie Olivia Potter Short film
2004 The Perfect Score Desmond’s Mother
2004 NTSB: The Crash of Flight 323 Jessamyn Television film
Nominated — NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
2015 Boxed in Gayle

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Hill Street Blues Jonelle Robinson Episode: “Somewhere Over the Rambo”
1985 Moonlighting Hooker Episode: “Knowing Her”
1985 The Twilight Zone Maid Episode: “Dead Woman’s Shoes/Wong’s Lost and Found Emporium”
1986 Hunter Marguerite Montero Episode: “Love, Hate, and Sporty James”
1987 Mathnet Ginnie Carlson Episode: “The Problem of the Missing Baseball”
1987 Square One Television Ginnie Carlson Recurring role, 3 episodes
1987-1988 The Bronx Zoo Roberta Hughes Recurring role, 11 episodes
1988 Mr. Belvedere Cashier Episode: “Hooky”
1989 Quantum Leap Delilah ‘Lila’ Berry Episode: “So Help Me God – July 29, 1957”
1990 Full House Miss Petrie Episode: “Bye, Bye Birdie”
1989-1990 Thirtysomething Ricky Bianca Recurring role, 4 episodes
1990 City Wanda Jenkins Series regular, 13 episodes
1990 The Trials of Rosie O’Neill Loni Sanders Episode: “An Act of Love”
1994 ER Dr. Sarah Langworthy Recurring role, 6 episodes
1997 Early Edition Dr. Marks Episode: “Faith”
1996-1997 The Cape Mission Specialist Tamara St. James Series regular, 17 episodes
2000 The Corner Ella Thompson Miniseries
2000 Soul Food Frances Lester Episode: “Truth Be Told”
2002 The Shield Karen Mitchell Episode: “Two Days of Blood”
2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Bethany Taylor Episode: “Futility”
2015 Empire Roxanne Ford Recurring role

Katherine Moennig

Katherine Moennig

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Katherine Moennig
Born Katherine Sian Moennig
(1977-12-29) December 29, 1977 (age 39)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Other names Kate Moennig
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present
Relatives Blythe Danner (paternal half-aunt)
Harry Danner (paternal half-uncle)
Gwyneth Paltrow (paternal cousin)
Jake Paltrow (paternal cousin)

Katherine Sian Moennig (born December 29, 1977)[1][2] is an American actress known for her role as Shane McCutcheon on The L Word (2004-09), as well as Jake Pratt on Young Americans (2000). Moennig has played the role of Lena in the Showtime series Ray Donovan since 2013.

Personal life[edit]

Moennig was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,[1] the daughter of Broadway dancer Mary Zahn and William H. Moennig III.[3] Her father’s maternal half sister is actress Blythe Danner, thus she is a cousin of Gwyneth Paltrow.[4] In 2014 she dated actress Evan Rachel Wood. [5]

Career[edit]

Moennig moved to New York City at the age of 18 to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.[6]

In 1999, she had the central role in the Our Lady Peace videoIs Anybody Home?“.[7] She also took a role in a Fleet Bank commercial,[8] and appeared in a Red Cross Campaign benefiting victims of Hurricane Katrina. Moennig was a presenter at the 17th annual GLAAD awards and appeared at the 10th annual Ribbon of Hope Celebration.[9]

Moennig’s first major role was in the television series Young Americans, playing Jake Pratt. She has played multiple lesbian roles: Shane McCutcheon in The L Word; Rosie’s (Drew Barrymore) partner Jilly in Everybody’s Fine; Candace, the lesbian lover of Sophia Myles‘ character, in Art School Confidential; and Lena, a press agent who works for Liev Schreiber‘s character, in Ray Donovan. She has also pursued transgender roles, auditioning for the part of Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry,[10] and playing Cheryl Avery, a young transgender woman in the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode “Fallacy“.

In April 2006, Moennig made her Off Broadway debut as “American Girl”, opposite Lee Pace, in Guardians, by Peter Morris. The story is loosely based on that of Lynndie England.[11]

In 2007, the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) produced the documentary My Address: A Look At Gay Youth Homelessness in cooperation with Moennig. Directed by Gigi Nicolas, the documentary explored the experiences of homeless gay youth and the work of the HMI.

In 2009, Moennig joined the cast of the TV series Three Rivers.[12] On November 30, 2009, it was announced that CBS had pulled Three Rivers from the schedule, with no plans to return it. Moennig appeared in an episode of This Just Out in 2010.[13]

In 2013, tomboy clothing range Wildfang launched in America. Moennig was an ambassador for the brand,[14] appearing in the launch video and designing a limited edition pair of boots.[15]

Also in 2013, Moennig joined the cast of the new Showtime drama Ray Donovan, starring as Lena, Ray Donovan’s assistant.[16]

In 2017, Moennig narrated her first audiobook, “The Late Show” by Michael Connelly.[17]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Ice People, TheThe Ice People Wanja Kasczinsky Short film
2001 Slo-Mo Raven Short film
2001 Love the Hard Way Debbie
2001 Shipping News, TheThe Shipping News Grace Moosup
2004 Invitation to a Suicide Eva
2006 Art School Confidential Candace
2009 Everybody’s Fine Jilly
2010 Lez Chat Athletic Woman Short film
2011 Lincoln Lawyer, TheThe Lincoln Lawyer Gloria
2012 Gone Erica Lonsdale
2014 Default Juliana
2016 My Dead Boyfriend Zoe

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Young Americans Jacqueline “Jake” Pratt Main role (8 episodes)
2001 Law & Order Melissa Cobin Episode: “For Love or Money” (S12E03)
2003 Law & Order: SVU Cheryl Avery Episode: “Fallacy” (S4E21)
2004-2009 L Word, TheThe L Word Shane McCutcheon Main role (70 episodes)
2008 CSI: Miami Mary Landis Episode: “Rock and a Hard Place” (S6E19)
2009-2010 Three Rivers Dr. Miranda Foster Main role (13 episodes)
2010 Dexter Michael Angelo Episode: “First Blood” S5E05
2013–present Ray Donovan Lena Main role (29 episodes)

Theatre[edit]

Title Role
Guardians American Girl
As You Like It Shepherdess
Theory of Total Blame, TheThe Theory of Total Blame Irene
Comedy of Art Isabella
Morning in the City
Nolan Karen
Love Letters Dr. Melissa
Shadow Box, TheThe Shadow Box Felicity
Murder of Lidice, TheThe Murder of Lidice Byeta
Two Gentlemen of Verona, TheThe Two Gentlemen of Verona Lucetta
Late Show, AA Late Show Pat
Burn This Anna
Alone at the Beach Chris
Lovers Maggie
Anna K Anna[18][19]

Awhimai Fraser

Credits

2014
  • Whitireia Performing Arts Centre : Musical Theatre
2008
  • Taupo-nui-a-tia College : Year 9
  • Taupo-nui-a-tia College : Year 9
2007
  • Taupo Intermediate : Year 8
  • Taupo Intermediate : Year 8
  • Taupo Intermediate : Year 8
  • Taupo Intermediate : Year 8
2006
  • Taupo Intermediate : Year 7
  • Theatre:
    RED RIDING HOOD Circa Theatre, Wellington 2014
    Red Riding Hood
    GREASE Wellington Musical Theatre 2014
    Sandy
    VERMILLION Short film directed by Paul Williams 2013
    Stalker of Marlon Brando
    JANE EYRE Whitireia NZ 2013
    Jane Eyre
    A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM Whitireia NZ 2013
    Titania
    ZOMBIE PROM Whitireia NZ 2012
    Male Ensemble
    HAIRSPRAY Wellington Musical Theatre 2012
    Lorraine/Dynamites Understudy
    FOOTLOOSE Taupo Nui A Tia College 2010
    Ariel
    DISCO INFERNO Taupo Nui A Tia College 2009
    Kathy
    FANG Centre Stage, Taupo 2009
    Virginia
    HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Taupo Nui A Tia College 2008
    Gabriella

    Film/Radio/Television
    BREEZE RADIO STATION VOICE OVER AND MUSIC VIDEO 2014
    Lead vocalist
    NATIONAL ANTHEM Silver Ferns vs Australia 2014
    Lead vocalist (Televised in NZ, Australia, UK, South Africa and the Carribean)
    WHITIREIA NZ COMMERCIAL 2014
    Promoter
    WHITIREIA NZ VOICE OVERS 2012/2013
    Lead voice over
    FIND A STAR TV2 Karaoke competition 2011
    Finalist top 5 in NZ
    STICKY STARS TV3 Karaoke competition 2010
    Finalist top 10 in NZ

Diane Neal

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Diane Neal

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Diane Neal
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Neal at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival in June 2012
Born (1976-11-17) November 17, 1976 (age 41)
Alexandria, Virginia, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Notable credit(s) Casey Novak on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Spouse(s) Marcus Fitzgerald (m. 2005–14)
Website www.dianeneal.org

Diane Neal (born November 17, 1976[1]) is an American actress best known for her role as Casey Novak on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which she played from 2003 to 2008, then reprised her role from 2011 to 2012. She has portrayed Coast Guard Investigative Service Special Agent Abigail Borin in the NCIS franchise since 2009, appearing as an annual special guest star in NCIS since its seventh season, and as a recurring guest star in NCIS: New Orleans.

Early life[edit]

Diane Neal in 2008.

Neal was born in Alexandria, Virginia,[1] the daughter of Colleen, a math teacher, and Christopher Neal, a federal attorney, the youngest of three sisters. She was raised in Littleton, Colorado[2] and Ohio.[3] Neal graduated high school at 16 and moved to Hawaii to attend college as a pre-major, although she later left school to become a model and travel around the world. Neal started modeling at 18 for Shiseido and Pond’s skin-care ads. She later quit In 1999 and went to study biblical archaeology in Egypt and Israel “because I wanted to be Indiana Jones really badly.” [4]

Career[edit]

Neal first appeared in SVU as a guest star, playing a female rapist in the season 3 episode “Ridicule”. Neal first appeared as Assistant District Attorney Casey Novak in the show’s fifth season, replacing Stephanie March, who played Alexandra Cabot.

Neal portrayed Novak through the end of season 9, when the character exited the series after being censured by the New York State Bar. In 2011, Neal reprised her role as Novak in the season 12 episode, “Reparations”, when Novak returned to SVU as their temporary ADA. After that appearance, she became a recurring character in season 13. She was last seen in the episode “Valentine’s Day”. Neal said of her return to the series in season 13 to TV Guide, “It’s back on track to what the original SVU was intended to be, which is about sex crimes and crimes against children, it’s got more of a nitty-gritty feel.” She says that March’s and her return to the fictional universe of the series provided a familiarity for viewers following original cast member Chris Meloni‘s departure. “I think they should put us in the court room together!” she says about March.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra Cleopatra (voice) English version
2003 Dracula II: Ascension Elizabeth Blaine Video
2003 Second Born Natasha
2005 Dracula III: Legacy Elizabeth Blaine Video
2007 BelzerVizion Dr. Ryan Short film
2011 Dirty Movie Nancy
2013 Newlyweeds Manny
2013 Mr. Jones The Scholar
2013 Santorini Blue Florist—”Flowers of the World”
2014 After Kat
2014 Warden’s Ransom, AA Warden’s Ransom Warden Samantha Brandt
2015 Emissary, TheThe Emissary Christine Short film

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Ed Vanessa “Loyalties”
2001 Fling Prudence Fisher “At the End of the Day”
2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Amelia Chase “Ridicule”
2002 American Embassy, TheThe American Embassy Molly “Pilot”
2002 Hack Patricia Bennet “Husbands and Wives”
2003 Future Tense TV film
2003–2012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit A.D.A. Casey Novak Main cast 2003–2008, recurring role 2009–2012
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury A.D.A. Casey Novak “Day”
2008 30 Rock Erin Reunion
2009 My Fake Fiancé Bonnie TV film
2010 White Collar Kimberly Rice “Front Man”
2010–2014 NCIS CGIS Special Agent Abigail Borin Recurring role
2012 Gifted Man, AA Gifted Man Attorney Kim Fletcher “In Case of Complications”
2012–2014 Suits Allison Holt “Break Point”, “Blood in the Water”, “No Way Out”
2013 Captain Blackout Daphne TV film
2013 This Magic Moment Helena Harris TV film
2014 Power Cynthia Sheridan Recurring role
2015 NCIS: New Orleans CGIS Special Agent Abigail Borin “The Abyss”, “The Walking Dead”, “Rock-a-Bye Baby”
2015 Following, TheThe Following Lisa Campbell “Demons”, “A Simple Trade”, “Dead or Alive”, “The Reckoning”
2015 Blue Bloods Kelly Blake “Hold Outs”

CHRISTINA PARRISH

Christina Parrish is an actress and writer, known for Call Me Brother (2017), This Is Art Baby (2016) and Unlucky (2016).
Actress (9 credits)
 2016 This Is Art Baby (Short) (completed)
Mickey Rose
 2015 Thanks for Having Us (TV Movie) (completed)
Christina
 2017 Lemon Drink (Short)
Vicki
 2017 The Leftovers (TV Series)
Haley

The Book of Kevin (2017) … Haley
 2017 The Honor Farm
Zoe
 2015 Jell-O (Video short)
 2014 When You Call Me That, Smile (Short)
Cowboy #2
 2014 HBO’s Project Greenlight Finalist (Short)
9 / 11 Truther
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (3 credits)
 2017 Call Me Brother (as Christina Parish) (post-production)
 2016 This Is Art Baby (Short) (as Christina Parish) / (story – as Christina Parish) (completed)