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Actress (1 credit)
 2015 San Andreas
Female Flight Attendant


Peyton is well-known for her roles on the hit Disney series Jessie (2011) and Fox’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010) film franchise. List most recently wrapped the teen comedy, The Outcasts (2017), for director Peter Hutchings. Her other feature credits include Fox 2000’s 27 Dresses (2008) and Summit’s Remember Me (2010). List has an array of …
Actress (41 credits)
 2018 Anthem (post-production)
 2018 Departures (post-production)
 2018 Valley Girl (post-production)
 2015-2018 Bunk’d (TV Series)
Emma Ross

Episode #3.12 (2018) … Emma Ross
Episode #3.11 (2018) … Emma Ross
Episode #3.9 (2018) … Emma Ross
Episode #3.10 (2018) … Emma Ross
Episode #3.7 (2018) … Emma Ross
 2017 The Outcasts
 2016 The Thinning
Laina Michaels
 2016 The Swap (TV Movie)
 2011-2015 Jessie (TV Series)
Emma Ross

Jessie Goes to Hollywood (2015) … Emma Ross
The Fear in Our Stars (2015) … Emma Ross
The Ghostest with the Mostest (2015) … Emma Ross
Katch Kipling (2015) … Emma Ross
Identity Thieves (2015) … Emma Ross
 2015 K.C. Undercover (TV Series)
Emma Ross

All Howls Eve (2015) … Emma Ross
 2014 Ultimate Spider-Man (TV Series)
Emma Ross

Halloween Night at the Museum (2014) … Emma Ross (voice)
 2014 The Seventh Dwarf
Princess Rose (English version, voice)
 2014 I Didn’t Do It (TV Series)

Dance Fever (2014) … Sherri
 2013 A Sister’s Nightmare (TV Movie)
 2012 Austin & Ally (TV Series)
Emma Ross

Big Dreams & Big Apples (2012) … Emma Ross
 2012 The Dog Who Saved the Holidays (TV Movie)
Eve (voice)
 2012 The Trouble with Cali
Young Cali Bluejones
 2011 Disney Monstober (TV Series)
 2011 Something Borrowed
Young Darcy (uncredited)
 2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Young Larissa Welsh

Possessed (2011) … Young Larissa Welsh
 2010 Secrets in the Walls (TV Movie)
 2010 Miriam’s Song (Short)
 2010 Bereavement
Wendy Miller
 2010 The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Young Becky (as Peyton Roi List)
 2010 Remember Me
Taunting Classmate (as Peyton Roi List)
 2010 3 Backyards
 2009 Gossip Girl (TV Series)
Little Girl #1

Enough About Eve (2009) … Little Girl #1 (as Peyton Roi List)
 2009 Confessions of a Shopaholic
Shoestore Girl (as Peyton Roi List)
 2005-2008 Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series)
Von Trapp Kid / Young Tourist at Paul Shaffer Hotel

Episode #15.73 (2008) … Von Trapp Kid (uncredited)
Episode #12.194 (2005) … Young Tourist at Paul Shaffer Hotel
 2008 Cashmere Mafia (TV Series)
Sasha Burden

Dog Eat Dog (2008) … Sasha Burden
Stay with Me (2008) … Sasha Burden
Conference Call (2008) … Sasha Burden
Pilot (2008) … Sasha Burden
 2008 Remember Back, Remember When (Short)
 2008 27 Dresses
Young Jane (as Peyton Roi List)
 2008 Wonder Pets! (TV Series)
Piglet #1 / Chick #1

Kalamazoo (2008) … Piglet #1 / Chick #1
 2007 Saturday Night Live (TV Series)
Girl (segment “Angry Dog”)

LeBron James/Kanye West (2007) … Girl (segment “Angry Dog”) (uncredited)
 2007 The Product of 3c (Short)
Young Winnie
 2004 All My Children (TV Series)

Episode #1.8985 (2004) … Bess
 2004 Spider-Man 2
Little Girl Playing on Steps (uncredited)
 2002 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Little Girl in Diner

Episode #1.11867 (2002) … Little Girl in Diner (uncredited)

Self (22 credits)
 2017 Teen Choice Awards 2017 (TV Special documentary)
Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2017 (TV Movie)
Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
 2016 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward (TV Movie documentary)
 2016 Clevver Now (TV Mini-Series)

Kim K. Conspiracies! (2016) … Herself
 2015 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2015 (TV Special)
 2014 Project Runway (TV Series)
Herself – Actress

Finale, Part 2 (2014) … Herself – Actress
 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards (TV Movie)
 2014 Win, Lose or Draw (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Peyton List & Cameron Boyce (2014) … Herself – Panelist
 2013 Better (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 17 July 2013 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2013 Radio Disney Music Awards (TV Special)
 2013 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2013 (TV Special)
 2011-2012 10 on Top (TV Series)

Episode dated 4 August 2012 (2012) … Herself
Episode dated 1 October 2011 (2011) … Herself
 2012 PIX 11 Morning News (TV Series)

Episode dated 26 January 2012 (2012) … Herself
 2011 The Blue Highway (Video documentary short)
 2011 Making of ‘Bereavement’ (Video documentary short)
 2011 Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards 2011 (TV Special)
 2009 The View (TV Series)

Episode #13.4 (2009) … Herself
 2007 Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane (TV Series)

In Store for Fabulosity (2007) … Herself
 2004 Today (TV Series)

Episode dated 24 September 2004 (2004) … Herself


Represented by WME Entertainment Born in Brisbane, Australia, Ellie spent her childhood climbing trees, playing sports, riding horses. A young, outgoing tomboy, Ellie dreamed of becoming an actress as she had a natural charismatic ability to perform in front of people. As a result of this, before her 14th birthday, she was enrolled for some extra

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Actress (1 credit)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2013 Today (TV Series)

Episode dated 17 April 2013 (2013) … Herself

Christina Ochoa

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Christina Ochoa

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Christina Ochoa
Born Cristina Ochoa Lopez
(1985-01-25) 25 January 1985 (age 33)
Barcelona, Spain
Occupation Actress, scientist, writer

Christina Ochoa (born Cristina Ochoa Lopez; 25 January, 1985) is a Spanish actress, science communicator, and writer.[1]

Early life[edit]

Ochoa is the grand-niece of 1959 Nobel Prize winner Severo Ochoa,[2] and the daughter of acclaimed Spanish sculptor Victor Ochoa. She has spent her life surrounded by members of both the scientific and artistic world.[1][3]

Actress (13 credits)
 2017-2018 Valor (TV Series)
Nora Madani

Costs of War (2018) … Nora Madani
Oscar Mike (2018) … Nora Madani
Command & Control (2018) … Nora Madani
Ciphers (2018) … Nora Madani
Stay Frosty (2017) … Nora Madani
 2016-2018 Animal Kingdom (TV Series)
Renn Randall

Episode #3.2 (2018) … Renn Randall
Episode #3.1 (2018) … Renn Randall
Betrayal (2017) … Renn Randall
The Leopard (2017) … Renn Randall
Treasure (2017) … Renn Randall
 2017 Blood Drive (TV Series)
Grace d’Argento

Finish Line (2017) … Grace d’Argento
Faces of Blood Drive (2017) … Grace d’Argento
Rise of the Primo (2017) … Grace d’Argento
Scar Tissue (2017) … Grace d’Argento
The Chopsocky Special (2017) … Grace d’Argento
 2015 Cats Dancing on Jupiter
 2014 Matador (TV Series)
Karen Morales

Dead Dreaming in Bagan (2014) … Karen Morales
Riot ‘Til I Die (2014) … Karen Morales
Mano A Mano (2014) … Karen Morales
Code Red Card (2014) … Karen Morales (as Christina Ochoa Lopez)
The Naked and the Dead (2014) … Karen Morales (as Christina Ochoa Lopez)
 2014 Chaotic Awesome (TV Series)

Episode #1.12 (2014)
 2013 The Neighbors (TV Series)
Princess Leia

A Christmas Story (2013) … Princess Leia (as Christina Ochoa Lopez)
 2012 Modern Family (TV Series)

Baby on Board (2012) … Nurse
 2011 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (TV Series)

Teenage Family Night (2011) … Dominique (as Christina Ochoa Lopez)
 2011/II Stay with Me (Short)
 2009 Contáct@me (TV Movie)


Christine Donlon is an actress and writer, known for Entourage (2015), Escape Room (2017) and Casual (2015).
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Actress (32 credits)
 2018 Nice Girls (Short) (post-production)
 2018 Animal Among Us (completed)
Penelope ‘Poppy’ Bishop
 2017 Booked (Short) (post-production)
 2016 I Hate Your Laugh! (Short) (post-production)
 2017 In His Way (TV Movie)
 2017/I Escape Room
 2017 Bad Match
 2016 Awesome Pet Thoughts (TV Series)
 2016 Swedish Dicks (TV Series)

Episode #1.6 (2016) … Nina
 2016 Casual (TV Series)

Phase 3 (2016) … Beth
 2015/I Month to Month (Short)
 2015 Agent X (TV Series)

Long Walk Home (2015) … Allie
 2015 Entourage
 2015 Urban Foraging (Short)
 2014 Franklin & Bash (TV Series)

Kershaw v. Lincecum (2014) … Jocelyn
 2014 Extant (TV Series)

Extinct (2014) … Karen
 2014 Two Dudes (Video short)
 2013 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)

Platonish (2013) … Toby
 2013 Professional Friend (TV Series)

Code M (2013) … Annie
 2012 Reflection of the Life (Short)
 2012 Indigo Children
 2011-2012 Femme Fatales (TV Series)
Violet MacReady

Libra (2012) … Violet MacReady
Visions, Part 2 (2011) … Violet MacReady
Visions, Part 1 (2011) … Violet MacReady
Bad Medicine (2011) … Violet MacReady
 2012 Witch Lake Manor (Short)
 2012 Douchebags (Short)
Girl in Line
 2011 Gossip Girl (TV Series)
Casting Assistant

Yes, Then Zero (2011) … Casting Assistant
 2010 Louie (TV Series)
Jeff’s Wife

Dogpound (2010) … Jeff’s Wife
 2010 Goodnight Elizabeth (Short)

Severija Janušauskaitė

Severija Janušauskaitė

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Born (1981-10-22) 22 October 1981 (age 36)
Šiauliai, Lithuanian SSR
Citizenship Lithuanian
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present
Awards Kinotavr (2014)
Golden Eagle (2015)

Severija Janušauskaitė (born 22 October 1981) is a Lithuanian stage and film actress, occasionally performing as a singer, composer, costume designer and fashion model. She is well known for her role in the drama film Star (2014), for which she received an Award for Best Actress at the Kinotavr Film Festival, a Golden Eagle Award for Best Supporting Actress as well as Nika Award and White Elephant Award nominations in several categories. Other popular works include the comedy film The Norseman (2015) as well as the TV series The Optimists and Babylon Berlin (both 2017).

Early life[edit]

Severija Janušauskaitė was born on 22 October 1981 in Šiauliai. Her mother is a teacher, her father is a power engineer. She has a sister working as an intellectual property lawyer.[1][2]

Already as a child, Janušauskaitė showed interest in arts, taking example from her grandfather, a multi-instrumentalist. Later on, she studied music and graduated from a fine arts school.[1][3] Finally, she chose a theatre and film study program and graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in 2005.[1][4]


Since 2003, she performs at several Lithuanian theatres, such as State Youth Theatre of Lithuania, Oskaras Koršunovas Theatre (OKT), VDU / Mens Publica Theatre and Lėlė (Vilnius Puppet Theatre) as well as Arts Printing House, a creative space in Vilnius.

After being selected in an open competition, in 2006 the actress was hired to play her first major stage role in Woman from the Past, based on a play by Roland Schimmelpfennig.[5] One year later, she played the role of Queen Margaret in Ivona, Princess of Burgundia,[6] accepting an offer by Jonas Vaitkus, her postgraduate studies profesor.[1] For her role of Liucija in the drama Patriots at the Lithuanian State Youth Theatre,[7] in 2008 Severija Janušauskaitė was nominated for the Golden Cross of the Stage, the highest theatre award of Lithuania.[8] She later played other main characters, such as Barbara in Barbara and Sigismund[9] and Elisabet Vogler in an adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s film Persona.[10] The actress was awarded a Fortune Diploma and a Young Theatre Critics Award in 2013[11] for her portrayal of Lulu in Intimacy at VDU Theatre.[12]

She started her film career in 2004 with the short film The Flame.[13] Later, she appeared in two TV series, War and Peace (2007), an international co-production, and the Norwegian Honeytrap (2008). Her first feature film was the Lithuanian-Hungarian ironic drama Anarchy Girls (2010), where she played one of the main roles. This film, directed by Saulius Drunga, won the Silver George Award for the best film in the Perspectives competition at the 33rd Moscow International Film Festival.[14] Its screenplay received the New Talent Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007.[13]

The actress gained popularity in Russia and abroad for her role in Anna Melikian’s film Star (2014). Her performance of socialite Margarita was highly praised by film critics, resulting in the Best Actress Award at the 25th Sochi Open Russian Film Festival (2014),[15] a Golden Eagle Award for Best Supporting Actress (2015)[16] as well as Nika Award and White Elephant Award nominations in the categories Best Actress[17][18] and Discovery of the Year (both 2015).[17] Following the success in Sochi, Severija Janušauskaitė participated as a jury member in the 15th Tbilisi International Film Festival.[19]

The following years were characterized by growing critical and public acclaim. In 2013 and 2015, she was nominated for the Best Lithuanian Actress Award at Vilnius International Film Festival.[20][21] Her performances in the TV series Godfather (2014) and films such as The Norseman (2015) and Dreamfish (2016) were also widely covered by the news media.[22] The latter film participated in the competition of the 27th Kinotavr Film Festival in Sochi[23] and was nominated for the Russian Guild of Film Critics Award in the category Best Debut Film (2016).[24] For her role of the mermaid Helena in Dreamfish, Janušauskaitė received the Best Actress Award at the 25th Honfleur Russian Film Festival.[25] She was nominated for the national film award of Lithuania, the Silver Crane, in 2017 in the category Best Supporting Actress for her role in the historical drama film Emilia (2016).[26]

In 2017, Severija Janušauskaitė became known to a broad audience in Russia and Germany thanks to her roles in major television films. In Russia, the actress is currently widely associated with her performance as Ruta Blaumane, chief of an analytical group in the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the 1960s, in Alexey Popogrebsky’s historical drama The Optimists screened on Russia-1 TV channel in April.[27] In Germany, Janušauskaitė is known for her role as double agent Swetlana Sorokina in another period drama set in 1920s Berlin, Tom Tykwer’s Babylon Berlin that had its premiere in October on Sky 1. In this to date most expensive German TV series,[28] the actress also appears as the singer Nikoros and performs inter alia the film’s main theme, Zu Asche, Zu Staub, released under the pseudonym Severija.[29] She considers the role in Babylon Berlin as her most memorable one so far.[30]

Severija Janušauskaitė has many interests and does not work solely as an actress. She wrote music for the children’s theatre performances The Little Match Girl[31] (at Arts Printing House) and Evolution,[32] designed costumes for Now You See It / Now You Don’t[33] (both at Vilnius Puppet Theatre). Apart from that, she also appears as a fashion model.[34]

Personal life[edit]

Severija Janušauskaitė likes singing and plays piano. Her hobbies also include reading, painting, sewing, dancing, yoga, swimming, fencing and make-up design.[1][3] Besides Lithuanian, she speaks English and Russian.[13] She is married to the director of the Vilnius Puppet Theatre and has a son from her first marriage.[2][35]

“I can say one thing about my private life: I am not a sociable person. I live a closed life and do not allow anyone to stick their nose into it.”[1]

— Severija Janušauskaitė



Premiere English Title Original Title Role Venue
2006 Woman from the Past Moteris iš praeities Romi Arts Printing House, Vilnius
2007 Ivona, Princess of Burgundia Ivona, Burgundo kunigaikštytė Queen Margaret State Youth Theatre of Lithuania, Vilnius
2008 Ferryman Keltininkas Beatričė Vilnius City Theatre / OKT
2008 Patriots Patriotai Liucija State Youth Theatre of Lithuania, Vilnius
2010 Barbara and Sigismund Barbora ir Žygimantas Barbora State Youth Theatre of Lithuania, Vilnius
2011 Persona Persona Elisabet Vogler Arts Printing House, Vilnius
2013 Intimacy Intymumas Lulu VMU Theatre & Mens Publica Theatre, Kaunas
2014 The Little Match Girl Mergaitė su degtukais [composer] Arts Printing House, Vilnius
2015 Evolution Evoliucija [composer] Vilnius Puppet Theatre
2016 Now You See It / Now You Don’t Čia buvo / Čia nėra [costume designer] Vilnius Puppet Theatre


Year English Title Original Title Role Notes
2004 The Flame woman short film
2006 No Focus Nefokuse smoking girl short film
2007 War and Peace Война и мир gipsy dancer and singer TV series
2008 Honeytrap Honningfellen Vaida Balandytė TV series
2009 The Other Side of the Wall Les dernières heures du mur Marlene
2010 2h_Two Hours 2h_Dvi valandos Agnija short film
2010 Anarchy Girls Anarchija Žirmūnuose Sandra
2010 I Love The Bullet In Your Heart Myliu kulką tavo širdyje Laura
2010 Laima Determines the Destiny Taip Laima lėmė voice role
2011 The Crown Jewels Kronjuvelerna prison guard
2011 The Fortress of Sleeping Butterflies Miegančių drugelių tvirtovė Silvija
2012 Comma Komats actress short film
2012 Experman Expermenas Lucy short film
2012 Letters to Sofija Laiškai Sofijai Helen
2012 Reeba Ryba short film
2013 Violence Smurtas Julie short film
2014 Godfather Крёстный Kristin TV series
2014 Star Звезда Margarita
2014 Zuckerzeit announced
2015 Chasing Solace Lina short film
2015 Пока нет short film
2015 Точный адрес short film
2015 The Norseman Норвег Brynhild
2015 Sinickis – Juokas pro ašaras music video
2015 The Roop – Be Mine The Roop – Be Mine music video
2016 About Football and Angels О футболе и про ангелов angel short film
2016 Dreamfish Рыба-мечта Helena
2016 Emilia Emilija iš Laisvės alėjos actress
2017 The Optimists Оптимисты Ruta Blaumane TV series
2017 Babylon Berlin Babylon Berlin Swetlana Sorokina / Nikoros TV series
2018 Motherland Gimtinė Viktorija
2018 Isaac Izaokas Elena
2018 What Silent Gerda Knows Ko zina klusā Gerda Baroness Emma
2018 Короткие волны
2018 Кровавая барыня Catherine II TV series
2018 Polina Поліна Varvara
2018 Русалки Ulyana TV series
2018 Selfie Селфи Lera
2018 A Rough Draft Черновик Renata Ivanova


Year English Title Local Title Role
2007 Ratatouille La Troškinys Colette
2007 The Simpsons Movie Simpsonų filmas Bart
2007 Shrek the Third Šrekas 3 Rapunzel


Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2008 Golden Cross of the Stage Best Supporting Actress Patriots (State Youth Theatre of Lithuania, Vilnius) Nominated [8]
2013 Fortune Fortune Diploma Intimacy (Mens Publica Theatre, Kaunas) Won [11]
2013 Fortune Young Theatre Critics Award Intimacy (VDU Theatre, Kaunas) Won [11]
2013 Vilnius International Film Festival Best Lithuanian Actress N/A Nominated [20]
2014 Sochi Open Russian Film Festival Best Actress Star Won [15]
2015 Golden Eagle Award Best Supporting Actress Star Won [16]
2015 Nika Award Best Actress Star Nominated [17]
2015 Nika Award Discovery of the Year Star Nominated [17]
2015 White Elephant Award Best Actress Star Nominated [18]
2015 Vilnius International Film Festival Best Lithuanian Actress N/A Nominated [21]
2016 Honfleur Russian Film Festival Best Actress Dreamfish Won [25]
2017 Silver Crane Award Best Supporting Actress Emilia Nominated [26]


Arielle Carver-O’Neill was born on August 21, 1992 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She is an actress and writer, known for Predestination (2014), War Brides and Ash vs Evil Dead (2015).
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Actress (10 credits)
  War Brides (Short) (pre-production)
 2018 Ash vs Evil Dead (TV Series)
Brandy Barr

Episode #3.10 (2018) … Brandy Barr
Episode #3.9 (2018) … Brandy Barr
Episode #3.8 (2018) … Brandy Barr
Twist and Shout (2018) … Brandy Barr
Tales from the Rift (2018) … Brandy Barr
 2015 The Summer of ABC Burns (Short)
Drew (as Arielle O’Neill)
 2014 House Husbands (TV Series)

Episode #3.12 (2014) … Michelle (as Arielle O’Neill)
Episode #3.11 (2014) … Michelle (as Arielle O’Neill)
 2014 Worst Year of My Life, Again! (TV Series)
Samantha King

The Last Day (2014) … Samantha King (as Arielle O’Neill)
Christmas (2014) … Samantha King (as Arielle O’Neill)
Concert Tickets (2014) … Samantha King (as Arielle O’Neill)
Cross Country (2014) … Samantha King (as Arielle O’Neill)
Match Day (2014) … Samantha King (as Arielle O’Neill)
 2014 Suburbs (TV Series)
Sloane Valiquette

Natalie’s Party (2014) … Sloane Valiquette (as Arielle O’Neill)
So Many Paper Planes (2014) … Sloane Valiquette (as Arielle O’Neill)
Girls Day in/Boys Day Out (2014) … Sloane Valiquette (as Arielle O’Neill)
Home Camping (2014) … Sloane Valiquette (as Arielle O’Neill)
Dine and Dash (2014) … Sloane Valiquette (as Arielle O’Neill)
 2014/I Predestination
Nauseous Girl (as Arielle O’Neill)
 2012 Toombaworth (Short)
Maggie (as Arielle O’Neille)
 2012 Conspiracy 365 (TV Series)

April (2012) … Tamara (as Arielle O’Neill)
March (2012) … Tamara (as Arielle O’Neill)
February (2012) … Tamara (as Arielle O’Neill)
 2011 Neighbours (TV Series)
Alice Lim

Episode #1.6235 (2011) … Alice Lim (as Arielle O’Neill)


Sophie Nathan is an actress, known for Go Girls (2009), Ash vs Evil Dead (2015) and Nothing Trivial (2011).
Actress (3 credits)
 2018 Ash vs Evil Dead (TV Series)
Sexy Clerk

Family (2018) … Sexy Clerk
 2011 Nothing Trivial (TV Series)
Tall Girl

 2009 Go Girls (TV Series)

Faking It (2009) … Tuscany
Mothers and Daughters (2009) … Tuscany