Rachel Louise Frodsham

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Self (2 credits)
 2013 Bluebird TV 1 (TV Series)

Episode dated 13 September 2013 (2013) … Herself (as Rachel Louise)
Episode dated 9 February 2013 (2013) … Herself (as Rachel Louise)
Episode dated 19 January 2013 (2013) … Herself (as Rachel Louise)
 2011 Studio 66 TV (TV Series)

Episode dated 22 November 2011 (2011) … Herself


Rachel Zink is known for her work on M.F.A. (2017), The Remake (2016) and Just Thought You Should Know (2012).
Actress (8 credits)
 2018 Paracusis (Short) (post-production)
 2017 M.F.A.
 2016 The Remake
 2016 So(u)l (Short)
 2016 Confessions of a Hollywood Bartender (TV Series)
Club Patron

Welcome to Hollywood (2016) … Club Patron
 2014 Work in Progress (Short)
 2012 The Girl and the Graduate (Short)
Lilly Taylor
 2012 Just Thought You Should Know (TV Series)
Sadie Watson


Rachel Riley was born on January 11, 1986 in Southend, Essex, England. She is an actress, known for The No Name Gang (2020), The IT Crowd (2006) and Countdown: Championship of Champions (1984). She was previously married to Jamie Gilbert.
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Actress (2 credits)
 2010 The IT Crowd (TV Series)
Rachel Riley

The Final Countdown (2010) … Rachel Riley

Self (41 credits)
 2018 Oscars 2018 Live (TV Movie)
Herself – Panelist
 2012-2018 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (TV Series)
Herself – Hostess / Herself / Herself – Co-Presenter / …

Episode #15.4 (2018) … Herself
Episode #15.3 (2018) … Herself
Episode #15.2 (2018) … Herself
Episode #15.1 (2018) … Herself
Christmas Special 2017 (2017) … Herself
 2017 Good Morning Britain (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 4 August 2017 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2017 The Last Leg (TV Series)
Herself – sorry video

Re-United Kingdom (2017) … Herself – sorry video
 2009-2017 Countdown (TV Series)
Herself – Hostess / Herself – Arithmetician / Herself

Episode dated 13 March 2017 (2017) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #74.65 (2016) … Herself
Episode #74.48 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #74.47 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #74.46 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
 2017 Play to the Whistle (TV Series)

Episode #3.1 (2017) … Herself
 2016 Go 8 Bit (TV Series)

Episode #1.4 (2016) … Herself
 2016 Football Focus (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 5 March 2016 (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2016 It’s Not Rocket Science (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter

Episode #1.3 (2016) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Herself – Presenter
Episode #1.1 (2016) … Herself – Presenter
 2014-2016 Virtually Famous (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Episode #3.4 (2016) … Herself – Panelist
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Herself – Panelist
 2016 Countdown: Championship of Champions (TV Series)
Herself – Arithmetician

Episode #14.15 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #14.14 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #14.13 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #14.12 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
Episode #14.11 (2016) … Herself – Arithmetician
 2015 The National Lottery Stars 2015 (TV Movie)
 2015 Room 101 (TV Series)

 2014 Would I Lie to You? (TV Series)

Christmas Special (2014) … Herself
 2014 Memory Slam (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter

Episode #1.1 (2014) … Herself – Presenter
 2014 Celebrity Squares (TV Series)

Episode #1.5 (2014) … Herself
 2014 Come on Down! The Game Show Story (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Herself – Co-host, Countdown

Episode #1.4 (2014) … Herself – Co-host, Countdown
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Herself – Co-host, Countdown
 2014 TV Od (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2014) … Herself
 2014 24 Hours to Go Broke (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter

Greece (2014) … Herself – Presenter
 2014 Backchat (TV Series)

World Cup Special (2014) … Herself
 2013-2014 Sunday Brunch (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.111 (2014) … Herself – Guest
Episode #1.45 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2014 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (TV Series)

Episode dated 4 February 2014 (2014) … Herself
 2013 Strictly Come Dancing (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant / Herself

Week 13: The Grand Final Show Two (2013) … Herself
Week 6 Results (2013) … Herself – Contestant
Week 6: Halloween Spectacular (2013) … Herself – Contestant
Week 5 Results (2013) … Herself – Contestant
Week 5 (2013) … Herself – Contestant
 2013 Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (TV Series documentary)

Episode #10.60 (2013) … Herself
Episode #10.26 (2013) … Herself
Episode #10.25 (2013) … Herself
Episode #10.17 (2013) … Herself
Episode #10.14 (2013) … Herself
 2013 I Love My Country (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Episode 5 (2013) … Herself – Panelist
 2013 Top Gear (TV Series)
Herself – Special Guest

Episode #20.1 (2013) … Herself – Special Guest
 2013 The Boat Race (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

159th Boat Race (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2013 What’s Cooking? From the Sainsbury’s Kitchen (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.24 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2011-2013 8 Out of 10 Cats (TV Series)

Episode #15.3 (2013) … Herself
Episode #14.4 (2012) … Herself
Episode #13.8 (2012) … Herself
Episode #13.3 (2012) … Herself
Episode #12.5 (2011) … Herself
 2012 Mastermind (TV Series)

 2012 UK360 Christmas (TV Special)
 2011 Celebrity Chase (TV Series)
 2011 Stephen Fry’s 100 Greatest Gadgets (TV Movie documentary)
 2010 100 Greatest Toys (TV Movie)
 2010 Coronation Street: The Big 50 (TV Special)
Herself (uncredited)
 2010 England’s Worst Ever Football Team (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Countdown
 2010 Dispatches (TV Series documentary)

Kids Don’t Count (2010) … Herself
 2010 Live from Studio Five (TV Series)

Episode #1.132 (2010) … Herself
 2010 Celebrity Big Brother (TV Series)
Herself – Countdown Hostess

Episode #7.11 (2010) … Herself – Countdown Hostess
 1992 Sky Sports Football (TV Series)
Herself – Presenter


Rachel Watson was born on October 17, 1991 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia. She is an actress, known for Dinner Date (2013), The Sleepover Club (2003) and He Was a Good Boy (2013).
Actress (4 credits)
 2013 He Was a Good Boy (Short)
 2013/III Dinner Date (Short)
 2008 The Music Box (Short)
 2006-2007 The Sleepover Club (TV Series)

Surprise (2007) … Tayla
One in, All In (2007) … Tayla
Curtain Up (2007) … Tayla
What About Me? (2007) … Tayla
Tropicana Sunrise (2007) … Tayla


Alexandra Rosario is an actress and production manager, known for California Dreams (2015), Chicos de Alquiler and Dinero Fácil (2015).
Actress (22 credits)
 2019 Strive (post-production)
 2015 California Dreams (completed)
 2012 Clouded (completed)
 2017 Blue Bloods (TV Series)

Cutting Losses (2017) … Patient
 2015 Dinero Fácil
 2015 Pilot Promo Teaser (TV Series)
 2014/I The Penalty (Short)
 2014 Monoxido (Short)
 2012/I That’s What She Said
Kickline Dancer
 2011 Grill Check (Short)
Blossom Jones
 2011 Kings of Bushwick (Short)
 2011 Celebrity Ghost Stories (TV Series documentary)
Maria Conchita Alonso

 2011 Reality Inc (TV Series)

Pilot … Tripp
 2011 God of Time (Short)
Hot woman
 2011 Death’s Door (Video)
 2011 Caleb and Renee (TV Series)
 2010 Celebrity Close Calls (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2010) … Curtis
 2009 Love Trip (Short)
Adult Bus Patron
 2009 Serial School (Short)
Jamie Sartana
 2009 It’s Talent (Short)
Alexandra Rosario
  Chicos de Alquiler (TV Movie)


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Actress (14 credits)
 2011 The Preacher’s Family
Areon Betha
 2010 Solved (TV Series documentary)

The Prodigy (2010) … Teenager
 2009 OMG! Wrong Party! (Short)
Drama Girl
 2009 Convict
 2008 GoodBye Misty Love: Chapter Two (Short)
 2006 Grad Night
Neyda Colon
 2004 Stand Up for Justice (Short)
Female Student (as Suzette Lee)
 2004 Strong Medicine (TV Series)

Healing Touch (2004) … Paulina
 2004 Out on Parole (Video)
Pinkie (as Suzette Nyan)
 2004 On-Air with Ryan Seacrest (TV Series)
On Air Correspondent / On Air Host

Episode dated 30 January 2004 (2004) … On Air Correspondent
Episode dated 29 January 2004 (2004) … On Air Host
 2003 A Fight for Glory (Short)
 2003 Girls Behaving Badly (TV Series)

Episode dated 7 April 2003 (2003) … Suzette
 2003 Biker Boyz
Biker Chick (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2012 Reel Black Love (Documentary)
 2008 2008 ALMA Awards (TV Special)

Silvia Navarro

Silvia Navarro

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Born Silvia Angélica Navarro Barba
(1978-09-14) September 14, 1978 (age 39)
Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico
Nationality Mexican
Occupation Actress
Years active 1998–present
Partner(s) Fernando Alonso (2007–2010)
Gerardo Casanova (2012–present)
Children 1
Relatives René Navarro (brother)

Silvia Navarro (born as Silvia Angélica Navarro Barba on September 14, 1978 in Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico) is a Mexican actress of film, television, and theatre, primarily known for starring in several telenovelas. In May 2012, People en Español magazine named her one of the “50 Most Beautiful”.[1]


Navarro was born on September 14, 1978[citation needed] in Irapuato, Guanajuato. She attended and graduated from “Centro de Estudios y Formación” (CEFAC), TV Azteca’s acting school in Mexico City. She studied with accomplished instructors such as Raul Quintanilla and Héctor Mendoza.

In 2012, Navarro confirmed she’s in a relationship with Gerardo Casanova.[2][3] In February 17, 2015 Silvia confirmed her pregnancy and later revealed that the baby was a boy.[4][5] On September 7, 2015 she announced that she gave birth to her first son, Léon.[6][7][8]


Navarro’s career began when she was still a baby, appearing in ads for different brands. As a child, she did casting for children’s telenovela Carrusel and got a role, but had to quit to go live with her father in another city.[9][10][11] On age 18, Navarro was the host of a game show called A la cachi, cachi porra, broadcast by Canal Once.[11]

In 1998, she did casting for Azteca‘s telenovela Perla, and unexpectedly, won the leading role.[11] After that she continued to appear in Azteca’s telenovelas in a leading roles such as: Catalina y Sebastián, La calle de las novias, Cuando seas mía, La duda and La heredera.[11]

In 2007, after three years of absence from telenovelas, Navarro returns to Azteca to star in Montecristo. The same year, she joined the cast of the play Chicas católicas, which tell the story of several girls between age 6 and 12, who begin to discover the life,[12] and star in the film Amor letra por letra alongside Plutarco Haza.[11]

In 2008, after 10 years, Navarro left Azteca and joined Televisa.[13] On August 23, 2008, Navarro joined the cast of the production of Nicandro Díaz González, Mañana es para siempre alongside Fernando Colunga and Lucero. It become the most successful telenovela in the United States, where it’s followed by more than 6 million viewers.[14][15]

In 2009 she participated in the play Todos eran mis hijos, and in the movies, Cabeza de Buda, Asesino serial.[11]

In 2010, Navarro appeared in Cuando me enamoro, produced by Carlos Moreno, achieving again a great success in rating.[16] In addition, she opened her first restaurant, ‘Sabor Amor’.[17] On 2014, three years later, she closed it after low revenue.[18]

In 2011, Navarro starred in the Comedy film Labios rojos, alongside Jorge Salinas, where she plays a woman who seeks by all means the solution to the sexual problems she has with her husband.[19]

She returned to the small screen in 2012, starring in Amor bravío, produced by Carlos Moreno, and gave life to ‘Camila’, a strong woman who after a great tragedy seeks her life and destiny in the Hacienda ‘La Malquerida’.[20] Two years later, Navarro starred in the comedy Mi corazón es tuyo, a production of Juan Osorio, alongside Jorge Salinas and Mayrín Villanueva.[21]

On July 12, 2016, Navarro starred in the telenovela of Giselle González‘s, La candidata.[22] She will continue to collaborate with the producer on her next telenovela Caer en tentación.[23]


Year Title Role Notes
1998-99 Perla Perla / Julieta Santiago Protagonist
1999 Catalina y Sebastián Catalina Negrete Rivadeneira Protagonist
2000 La calle de las novias Aura Sánchez Ruiz Protagonist
2001-02 Cuando seas mía Teresa Suárez “Paloma” / Elena Olivares Protagonist
2002-03 La duda Victoria Altamirano Protagonist
2004-05 La heredera María Claudia Madero Grimaldi Protagonist
2006-07 Montecristo Laura Ledezma de Lombardo / Laura Sáenz Gutiérrez Protagonist
2008-09 Mañana es para siempre Fernanda Elizalde Rivera Protagonist
2010-11 Cuando me enamoro Renata Monterrubio Álvarez / Regina Gamba Soberón Protagonist
2012 Amor Bravío Camila Monterde Santos Protagonist
2014-15 Mi corazón es tuyo Ana Leal Protagonist
2016-17 La candidata Regina Bárcenas Protagonist
2017-18 Caer en tentación Raquel Becker Protagonist
Series, Films, Theater
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Cara o Cruz Libra Series
Vivir así Laura Series
Robando el rock and roll Short film
2005 Contracorriente La Güera Film
Esperanza Andrea Film
Mar Muerto Maku Theater
El Tenorio cómico Doña Inés Theater
Químicos para el amor Larissa /Julia /Regina Theater
2006 Dragones: destino de fuego Marina (Voice) Film
2007 Chicas católicas Eva Durazo/Hermana Sacre Coeur Theater
2008 Amor letra por letra Hannah Film
2009 Todos eran mis hijos Ann Deever Theater
Cabeza de Buda Magdalena Film
Asesino serial Short film
2010 Te presento a Laura Andrea Film
2011 Sin Cura Elena Theater
Labios Rojos Blanca Caballeros Film
2013 Locos de amor May Theater
2014 El Misantropo o el Violento Enamorado Celimena Theater
La Dictadura Perfecta Lucía Garza Film
2015 Mi Corazon Es Tuyo Ana Leal Theater
2016 Finding Dory[24] Destiny Latin Spanish dub (voice)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Premios Diosas de Plata[edit]

Year Category Film Result
2009 Female Revelation Amor letra por letra Nominated[25]
2015 Best supporting actress La dictadura perfecta Nominated[26]

Premios People en Español[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2009 Best Couple with Fernando Colunga Mañana es para siempre Won[27]
Surprise of the Year
Best Actress Nominated
2011 Cuando me enamoro Nominated
2012 Amor Bravío
2014 Mi corazón es tuyo Won[28]
  • 2012: The magazine People en Español named her as one of “50 Most Beautiful”.

Premios Juventud[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2013 ¡Chica que me quita el sueño! Amor bravío Nominated
2015 Protagonista favorita Mi corazón es tuyo Won[29]

Association of Theatre Journalists Awards[edit]

Year Category Theater Result
2010 Best Actress Todos eran mis hijos Nominated

Association of Theatre Critics and Journalists Awards[edit]

Year Category Theater Result
2010 Best Female Co-acting Todos eran mis hijos Won
2007 Actress Revelation Mar muerto

TV Adicto Golden Awards[edit]

Year Category Telenovela Result
2013 Best Lead Actress Amor Bravío Won

Premios TVyNovelas[edit]

Year Award Category Telenovela Result
2013 Favoritos del Público Favorite Couple Amor Bravío Nominated
Favorite Kiss
Favorite Slap Won
2015 Favorite Couple Mi corazón es tuyo Nominated
Favorite Kiss
Favorite Slap
2017 Premios TVyNovelas Best Actress La candidata


Melanie Nicholls-King is an actress and producer, known for St. Vincent (2014), Rookie Blue (2010) and Orphan Black (2013).


Actress (70 credits)
 2018 The Week Of (post-production)
 2017 Baby Won’t You Please Come Home (Short) (post-production)
Cynthia Reynolds
 2018 The Detail (TV Series)

The Long Walk … Amelia
 2018 NCIS: New Orleans (TV Series)
Dr. Mandelbaum

Empathy (2018) … Dr. Mandelbaum
 2018 Seven Seconds (TV Series)

Of Gods and Men (2018) … Marcelle
Matters of Life and Death (2018) … Marcelle
Brenton’s Breath (2018) … Marcelle
 2018 Star Trek: Discovery (TV Series)
Admiral Drake

The War Without, the War Within (2018) … Admiral Drake
 2017 Channel Zero (TV Series)

The Damage (2017) … Brenna
Beware the Cannibals (2017) … Brenna
Nice Neighborhood (2017) … Brenna
 2017 Mary Goes Round
 2017 Going in Style
Cary Sachs (uncredited)
 2017 Filth City
Detective Mason
 2017 The Strange Ones
Detective Reynolds
 2017 Conviction (TV Series)
Elyse Salmon

Not Okay (2017) … Elyse Salmon
 2017 Filth City (TV Series)
Detective Mason

Get Your Shots (2017) … Detective Mason
When in Doubt, Knock ’em Out (2017) … Detective Mason
I Was Not Expecting That (2017) … Detective Mason
I’m Not Sorry (2017) … Detective Mason
It’s Showtime! (2017) … Detective Mason
 2016 Falling Water (TV Series)
Ann Marie Bowen

Circular Time (2016) … Ann Marie Bowen
No Task for the Timid (2016) … Ann Marie Bowen
The Well (2016) … Ann Marie Bowen
The Swirl (2016) … Ann Marie Bowen
Ambergris (2016) … Ann Marie Bowen
 2015 Saving Hope (TV Series)
Laverne Davis

Shine a Light (2015) … Laverne Davis
 2015 Show Me a Hero (TV Mini-Series)
Janet Rowan

Episode #1.6 (2015) … Janet Rowan (uncredited)
Episode #1.5 (2015) … Janet Rowan
Episode #1.3 (2015) … Janet Rowan
 2010-2015 Rookie Blue (TV Series)
Noelle Williams / Noelle Grace Williams

Integrity Test (2015) … Noelle Williams
Best Man (2015) … Noelle Williams
Home Run (2015) … Noelle Williams
For Better, for Worse (2013) … Noelle Grace Williams
Homecoming (2013) … Noelle Williams (uncredited)
 2015 Veep (TV Series)
Ms. Bennett

Testimony (2015) … Ms. Bennett
B/ill (2015) … Ms. Bennett
 2015 Happyish (TV Series)

 2015 Eye Candy (TV Series)
Sgt. Catherine Shaw

FYEO (2015) … Sgt. Catherine Shaw
AMA (2015) … Sgt. Catherine Shaw
IRL (2015) … Sgt. Catherine Shaw
YOLO (2015) … Sgt. Catherine Shaw
HBTU (2015) … Sgt. Catherine Shaw
 2014 St. Vincent
Hospital Supervisor
 2013 Hostages (TV Series)
Dr. Marsh

Sister’s Keeper (2013) … Dr. Marsh
 2013 Rookie Blue Webisodes (TV Series)
Noelle Williams

In Session: Noelle Williams (2013) … Noelle Williams
 2013 Orphan Black (TV Series)

Endless Forms Most Beautiful (2013) … Amelia
Unconscious Selection (2013) … Amelia
 2012 Elijah the Prophet (Short)
Officer Walker
 2011 In Between Life (Short)
 2011 The Being Frank Show (TV Series)

Episode #1.12 (2011)
 2009-2010 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Judge Avery Hansen / Judge Avery Henson / Judge Avery Hanson

Episode #1.10666 (2010) … Judge Avery Hanson (as Melanie King)
Episode #1.10652 (2010) … Judge Avery Henson (as Melanie King)
Everybody, Limbo! (2009) … Judge Avery Hansen
Blood in the Water (2009) … Judge Avery Henson (as Melanie King)
Law & Ardor (2009) … Judge Avery Hansen (as Melanie King)
 2009 Cupid (TV Series)

Live and Let Spy (2009) … Celia
 2009/III Chains (Short)
 2009 Fear Itself (TV Series)

The Circle (2009) … Anita
 2003-2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Jill Botas / Woman #3

Undercover (2008) … Jill Botas
Desperate (2003) … Woman #3
 2002-2008 The Wire (TV Series)

Transitions (2008) … Cheryl
Know Your Place (2006) … Cheryl (as Melanie Nichols-King)
Back Burners (2004) … Cheryl
All Due Respect (2004) … Cheryl (as Melanie Nichols-King)
Port in a Storm (2003) … Cheryl
 2007 How She Move
Faye Green
 2004 Third Watch (TV Series)
Roberta Muskos

Leap of Faith (2004) … Roberta Muskos
 2004 False Pretenses (TV Movie)
 2001-2004 Doc (TV Series)

Wake Up Call (2004) … Rochelle
Blind Alley (2001)
 2003 Deacons for Defense (TV Movie)
Rose Clay
 2002 Society’s Child (TV Movie)
 2002 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Chesley Barnes

Seizure (2002) … Chesley Barnes
 2002 Law & Order (TV Series)
Trina Felton

Girl Most Likely (2002) … Trina Felton
 2000-2002 Little Bill (TV Series)
Miss Murray / Nadia / Miss Murray (2001-)

Michael Sleeps Over/Michael’s First Snow (2002) … Nadia (voice)
A Day at the Beach/The Get Well Song (2002) … Miss Murray (voice)
Rolling Along/The Stage Trick (2000) … Miss Murray
The Meanest Thing to Say/Lavatory Story (2000) … Miss Murray (2001-) (voice)
 1998-2001 The Famous Jett Jackson (TV Series)
Jules Jackson

Holly (2001) … Jules Jackson
Front Page (1999) … Jules Jackson
Going Up (1998) … Jules Jackson
 2001 Jett Jackson: The Movie (TV Movie)
Jules Jackson
 2001 Maple (Short)
 2001 What Makes a Family (TV Movie)
 2000 One Kill (TV Movie)
Angie Carson
 2000 Catch a Falling Star (TV Movie)
 1998-2000 Traders (TV Series)

The One You Bury (2000) … Justine
Getting Lucky (1999) … Justine
Episode #5.1 (1999) … Justine
This World… Then the Fireworks (1999) … Justine
A Bitter Pill (1999) … Justine
 2000 The Color of Friendship (TV Movie)
 2000 Mercy
 1999 Coming Unglued (TV Movie)
 1999 Summer’s End (TV Movie)
Mrs. Blakely (as Melanie Nichols King)
 1999 Deep in the City (TV Series)

Haunted (1999) … Lori
Confessions (1999) … Lori
 1998 Highlander: The Raven (TV Series)
Officer Robbins

Passion Play (1998) … Officer Robbins
The Unknown Soldier (1998) … Officer Robbins
 1998 Animorphs (TV Series)

My Name Is Jake: Part 2 (1998) … Aisha
 1998 Goosebumps (TV Series)
Teresa Erickson

Chillogy: Part 3: Escape from Karlsville (1998) … Teresa Erickson
Chillogy: Part 1: Squeal of Fortune (1998) … Teresa Erickson
 1998 A Cool, Dry Place
Dallas Desk Clerk
 1998 The Defenders: Choice of Evils (TV Movie)
Sarah Casey
 1996 Closer and Closer (TV Movie)
Detective Brand
 1995 Skin Deep
Montana Simpson
 1995 Forever Knight (TV Series)
Dr. Turner

Night in Question (1995) … Dr. Turner
 1995 Rude
 1995 A Vow to Kill (TV Movie)
Car Rental Agent
 1994 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (TV Series)

Kundela (1994) … Nurse
 1994 The Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story (TV Movie)
Court Clerk
 1993 Guilty as Sin
Rosalie, Receptionist
 1992-1993 Street Justice (TV Series)
Adrienne Howell

Hello… Again (1993)
Catcher (1992) … Adrienne Howell

Rachel Shenton

Rachel Shenton

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Born Rachel Joy Shenton
(1987-12-21) 21 December 1987 (age 30)
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Occupation Actress, screenwriter
Years active 2004–present

Rachel Joy Shenton (born 21 December 1987) is an English actress who has appeared in a number of British television series and films. She is most well known for her role as Mitzeee Minniver on the Channel 4 teen drama Hollyoaks. Shenton made her American TV debut on ABC Family drama Switched at Birth in Season 3 as Lily Summers and stayed until the show’s finale in Season 5. Shenton also appears in BBC2 comedy White Gold. In 2018, she won an Academy Award for her short film The Silent Child.


Shenton was born in Stoke-on-Trent and has lived in the suburb of Caverswall. She attended two high schools, one in Cheadle. In between acting roles she volunteered at her local charity Deaflinks.[1] Shenton’s acting career began with small recurring parts in various television series such as Holby City and Waterloo Road.[2] She also filmed various television commercials for the Ministry of Defence, DFS and Sega Superstars Tennis and appeared in two British films.[3] She continued recurring appearances in 2008 appearing in Nickelodeon’s series Genie in the House and Five’s Sophia’s Diary, playing Sofia’s wayward sister ‘Trisha’.[3]

In April 2010 it was announced that Shenton had been cast in Hollyoaks as Mitzeee Minniver, a wannabe glamour model.[4] Shenton described her character as being the complete opposite of her.[5] Her casting came as part of new producer Paul Marquess‘ major revamp of the serial. Before her character had appeared on-screen Shenton received media attention for her image, with tabloids reporting on her likeness to Cheryl Cole.[6][7] Shenton described the attention and comparisons as “very flattering”.[8] On 20 December 2012, Shenton announced her decision to leave Hollyoaks. She has described the experience as an “amazing two years” of her life.[9] Shenton’s final scenes as Mitzeee aired on 15 February 2013, when the character moved to the United States.

On 28 April 2014 it was announced that Shenton would make her US television debut in season 3 of the ABC Family drama Switched at Birth, playing young student teacher, Lilly Summers. Shenton went on to shoot season 4 and 5 which was when the show ended. The final season aired in February 2017. In October 2017, Shenton joined the cast of BBC2 comedy series White Gold playing Alpha Female Joanne Scott, alongside James Buckley and Joe Thomas.

In March 2018 the short film Shenton wrote and starred in, The Silent Child, won the Academy Award for live action short film at the 90th Academy Awards.[10][11]

Personal life

When Shenton was twelve, her father became deaf after undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer. Following the death of her father, Shenton learned sign language and qualified as an interpreter. In 2011 Shenton was made ambassador for the National Deaf Children’s Society and she continues to raise awareness of deafness in the UK.[12][13] In March 2011, Shenton completed a skydive in aid of National Deaf Children’s Society.[14] In February 2012, Shenton announced that she was due to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the charity.[12] In May 2011, Shenton helped to launch a social networking website for deaf people named “Viewtalk”.[15] In October 2012, she climbed the BT Tower in aid of Action on Hearing Loss.[16] She is engaged to director Chris Overton.[17]



Year Film Role Notes
2004 Kiss & Tell Claire Short film[18]
2005 Holby City Katrina Hobsbawn 1 episode: “Doing the Right Thing” (7.52)[19]
Agnosia Tania Short Film[18]
Xlitherman Shade Girl Feature Film[18]
2006 Doctors Sadie Slade 1 episode: “Positively Blooming” (7.115)[19]
2007 Waterloo Road Courtney 3 episodes[19]
Doctors Jade Hearn/Robertson 1 episode: “Careers Day” (9.111)[19]
2008 Storyville English storyteller Ident[18]
Sophia’s Dairy Tricia 1 episode[18]
Genie in the House Amy 1 episode: “Curse of the Genie Ring” (3.09)[19]
2009 Money Kills Anya Feature film[18]
2010–13 Hollyoaks Mitzeee Minniver Regular cast member (234 episodes)[2]
23 July 2010 – 15 February 2013
2011 Blood and Bone China Anna Fitzgerald 10 episodes
2014–2017 Switched at Birth Lily Summers 19 episodes
2017 White Gold Joanne Scott BBC2 and Netflix comedy series
2017 The Silent Child Joanne Also writer

A Glimpse (Short) (filming)

Voice over

Year Film Role Notes
2005 NSPCC Eye Opener Abused teenager Voice over[3]
2006 Bulldog Broadband Presenter Voice over[3]
2009 Selston Cosmetic Clinic Presenter Voice over[3]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
2011 British Soap Awards Sexiest Female[20] Hollyoaks Nominated
All About Soap Bubble Awards Best Newcomer[21] Hollyoaks Nominated
TV Choice Awards Best Soap Newcomer[22] Hollyoaks Nominated
Inside Soap Awards Best Newcomer[23] Hollyoaks Nominated
2012 Inside Soap Awards Sexiest Female[24] Hollyoaks Nominated
National Television Awards Serial Drama Performance[25] Hollyoaks Nominated
2017 London Independent Film Festival Best Actress The Silent Child Won
Overcome Film Festival Won
Academy Awards Best Live Action Short Film[26] Won