SAMANTHA ROBISNSON

Samantha Robinson was born in New York City to Panamanian and English parents. At age three she moved to London and began studying at LAMDA and attended the all girl’s school Queen’s Gate in South Kensington. At fourteen her family relocated to Miami, where she attended the prestigious performing arts school New World School of the Arts. There she… See full bio »
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Actress (11 credits)
 2017 Pandora’s Box (TV Movie)
Courtney
 2016 #ThisIsCollege (TV Mini-Series)
Sophie

#FlashbackFriday (2016) … Sophie
 2016 The Love Witch
Elaine
 2015 Labyrinths
Cathy
 2014 Sugar Daddies
Lea
 2013 MRS. (TV Series)
Sophie

The Finale … Sophie
The Cousin … Sophie
 2013 Misogynist
Sister 2
 2013 The 3 Minute Update (TV Series)
Gaming Host / Gaming Hosts

September 5, 2013 (2013) … Gaming Host
September 4, 2013 (2013) … Gaming Host
September 3, 2013 (2013) … Gaming Host
September 2, 2013 (2013) … Gaming Host
September 1, 2013 (2013) … Gaming Host
 2012/IV Dream Girl (Short)
Daniela
 2012 Everyone Wants Theirs (TV Series)
Natalie

Reflex Theory of a Shy Killer (2012) … Natalie
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2013 The 3 Minute Update (TV Series)
Herself – Host

October 22, 2013 (2013) … Herself – Host
Weekend Wrap (2013) … Herself – Host
October 18, 2013 (2013) … Herself – Host
October 17, 2013 (2013) … Herself – Host
October 15, 2013 (2013) … Herself – Host
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Gina Torres

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Gina Torres

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Gina Torres
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Torres in January 2013
Born (1969-04-25) April 25, 1969 (age 48)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) Laurence Fishburne (m. 2002; separated 2017)
Children 1
Website www.gina-torres.com

Gina Torres (born April 25, 1969)[1] is an American television and movie actress. She has appeared in many television series, including Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (as Nebula), Xena: Warrior Princess (as Cleopatra), the short-lived Cleopatra 2525, Alias (as Anna Espinosa), Firefly (as Zoe Washburne), Angel (as Jasmine), 24 (as Julia Miliken), Suits (as Jessica Pearson), The Shield (as Sadie Kavanaugh), and Westworld (as Lauren).

She starred opposite Chris Rock in the feature film I Think I Love My Wife, as Carla in the independent film South of Pico, and she reprised her Firefly role in its feature film sequel Serenity. Since 2011, she has had a main role on the USA Network series Suits as Jessica Pearson. She and her husband Laurence Fishburne played a married couple on the NBC television series Hannibal.

Early life[edit]

Torres was born at the Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital in Manhattan, the youngest of three children. Her family lived briefly in Washington Heights before moving to The Bronx.[1] Her parents, Richard and Rebecca, were both of multiracial Cuban descent, and her father worked as a typesetter for La Prensa and The New York Daily News.[2] Torres speaks Spanish.

Torres, a mezzo-soprano, began singing at an early age and attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York City. She also trained in opera and jazz and performed in a gospel choir. Torres applied and was accepted to several colleges but could not afford to attend.[3] She chose instead to pursue her dream of being a performer.[1]

Career[edit]

In 2001, she won the ALMA Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Syndicated Drama Series for her role in Cleopatra 2525.[4] In 2004, she was nominated for the International Press Academy‘s Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Drama, for her role as Jasmine in Angel. Her film appearances include The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions.[1]

In 2004, Torres appeared in seven episodes of the third season on 24 as Julia Milliken, a woman who has an affair with the White House Chief of Staff and becomes involved in a Presidential scandal. In 2005, she was tapped for the pilot episode of Soccer Moms. Also in 2005, she voiced the character of Vixen in numerous episodes of the animated series Justice League Unlimited and replaced the voice-over of Jada Pinkett Smith‘s character Niobe in The Matrix Online.

Torres in 2008

She is also known for her role in Fox’s short-lived Firefly series, which lasted only one season.[5] She reprised her Firefly role as Zoe in the film Serenity (2005).[1] In 2006, Torres began her role as Cheryl Carrera in the short-lived drama series Standoff on the FOX network. Her character is the Supervisory Special Agent in Charge for Crisis Negotiation Unit, FBI Los Angeles.[6] Torres appeared in the film I Think I Love My Wife, playing the spouse of Chris Rock‘s character.[7]

She was cast in Washington Field, a 2009 CBS television pilot from executive Producer Edward Allen Bernero, about the National Capital Response Squad, a unit of the FBI made up of elite experts in different areas who travel around the world, responding to events that affect American interests.[8]

She was the voice of Wonder Woman in DC Universe Online MMORPG[9] until mid 2013 when the part was recast,[10][11] as well as Arachnid in the Transformers Prime cartoon.[9]

In 2013, Torres was reunited with fellow Firefly costar, Nathan Fillion, in an episode of Fillion’s television show, Castle.[12]

In 2011, Torres was cast as main character Jessica Pearson on the USA Network legal drama Suits. In 2016, it was announced that Torres would be leaving the cast of Suits following the summer segment of season six. In addition to her contract being up, Torres stated she had grown tired of traveling between Toronto, where Suits is filmed, and her home in Los Angeles. She joined the season two cast of ABC‘s The Catch, which was filmed in L.A.[13] Torres returned to Suits for the season six finale, which aired on March 1, 2017. Following ABC’s cancellation of The Catch in May 2017, Torres has returned to Suits as a recurring cast member in season seven.

Torres plays the role of CAPCOM in the updated version of Walt Disney World’s Mission: Space.

In March 2018. it was announced Torres would executive produce and star in a Suits spin-off centered around her character, Jessica Pearson.[14]

Personal life[edit]

Torres and Laurence Fishburne were engaged in February, 2001, and married on September 22, 2002,[15] at The Cloisters museum in New York City.[16] They have one child, a daughter Delilah born in 2007.[17] Torres is also the stepmother to Fishburne’s two children, from his previous marriage to actress Hajna O. Moss: a son, Langston, born in 1987, and a daughter, Montana, born in 1991. They played a married couple on the show Hannibal.[18]

In September 2017 Torres announced her separation from Fishburne.[19]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Bed of Roses Francine
1996 Substance of Fire, TheThe Substance of Fire Maitre d’
2003 Matrix Reloaded, TheThe Matrix Reloaded Cas
2003 Matrix Revolutions, TheThe Matrix Revolutions Cas
2004 Hair Show Marcella
2005 Fair Game Stacey
2005 Serenity Zoe Washburne
2006 Jam Lilac
2006 Five Fingers Aicha
2007 I Think I Love My Wife Brenda Cooper
2007 South of Pico Carla Silva
2009 Don’t Let Me Drown Diana
2010 Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths Superwoman (voice)
2013 Mr. Sophistication Janice Waters

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Unnatural Pursuits Silken Episode: “I Don’t Do Cuddles”
1992 Law & Order Laura Elkin Episode: “Skin Deep”
1994 M.A.N.T.I.S. Dr. Amy Ellis Television movie (series pilot)
1995 Law & Order Charlene Episode: “Purple Heart”
1995 NYPD Blue Dominican Woman Episode: “E.R.”
1995 One Life to Live Magdalena 12 episodes
1996 One Life to Live Nell 5 episodes
1996 Dark Angel LaMayne Television movie
1997 Profiler Michelle Brubaker Episode: “FTX: Field Training Exercise”
1997 Gregory Hines Show, TheThe Gregory Hines Show Jeanette Episode: “Flirting with Disaster”
1997 Xena: Warrior Princess Cleopatra Episode: “The King of Assassins”
1997 Underworld, TheThe Underworld Unknown Television movie
1997–1999 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Nebula Recurring role, 8 episodes
1998 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Beth Hymson, Casting Director Episode: “Yes, Virginia, There is a Hercules”
1998 La Femme Nikita Jenna Vogler Episode: “Open Heart”
1998 Encore! Encore! Opera Patron #3 Episode: “Pilot”
2000–2001 Cleopatra 2525 Helen ‘Hel’ Carter Main role, 28 episodes
ALMA Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
2001–2002 Any Day Now Stacy Trenton 3 episodes
2001–2006 Alias Anna Espinosa Recurring role, 6 episodes
2002–2003 Firefly Zoe Washburne Main role, 14 episodes
2003 Agency, TheThe Agency Dacia Banga Episode: “Absolute Bastard”
2003 Angel Jasmine 5 episodes
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film
2003 Guardian, TheThe Guardian Sadie Harper 2 episodes
2003 Law and Mr. Lee, TheThe Law and Mr. Lee Vicki Lee Television movie
2004 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Warden Hutton Episode: “XX”
2004 24 Julia Milliken Recurring role, 7 episodes
2004–2006 Justice League Unlimited Vixen/Mari McCabe (voice) 5 episodes
2004 Gramercy Park Mrs. Hammond Television movie
2005 Soccer Moms Jamie Cane Television movie
2006 Shield, TheThe Shield Sadie Kavanaugh 2 episodes
2006 Without a Trace Tyra Hughes Episode: “More Than This”
2006–2007 Standoff Cheryl Carrera Main role, 18 episodes
2007 Dirty Sexy Money Princess Ama Episode: “The Nutcracker”
2008 Boston Legal A.D.A. Mary Franklin Episode: “The Gods Must Be Crazy”
2008 Bones Dr. Toni Ezralow Episode: “The Bone That Blew”
2008 Criminal Minds Det. Thea Salinas Episode: “Normal”
2008–2009 Eli Stone Attorney Miller 2 episodes
2009 Dirty Sexy Money Princess Ama Episode: “The Facts”
2009 Pushing Daisies Lila Robinson Episode: “Water & Power”
2009 Unit, TheThe Unit Sgt. Natasha Andrews Episode: “Best Laid Plans”
2009 Drop Dead Diva Diana Hall Episode: “Make Me a Match”
2009 FlashForward Felicia Wedeck 2 episodes
2009 Gossip Girl Gabriela Abrams 2 episodes
2009 Applause for Miss E Maggie Television movie
2009 Washington Field SA Jackie Palmer Television movie
2010 Vampire Diaries, TheThe Vampire Diaries Bree Episode: “Bloodlines
2010 Boondocks, TheThe Boondocks Ebony Brown (voice) Episode: “Lovely Ebony Brown”
2010 Huge Dr. Dorothy Rand Main role, 10 episodes
2011–2013 Transformers: Prime Airachnid (voice) 12 episodes
2011–2018[20] Suits Jessica Pearson Main role (Season 1-6) Recurring (Season 7), 91 episodes
Nominated—ALMA Award for Favorite Supporting Actress on Television
2013 Castle Penelope Foster Episode: “Reality Star Struck”
2013–2015 Hannibal Phyllis “Bella” Crawford Recurring role, 5 episodes
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Role on Television
2015 Revenge Natalie Waters 3 episodes
2015–2016 Star Wars Rebels Ketsu Onyo (voice) 2 episodes
2016 Westworld Lauren 2 episodes
2017 The Catch Agent Justine Diaz Season 2, 10 Episodes
2017 Claws Sally Bates Episode: “Fallout”
2017 Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Ketsu Onyo (voice) 2 episodes
2018 Final Space Additional voices
TBA Untitled Suits Spin-off[21] Jessica Pearson Main role

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2015 Con Man Grace Episode: “Voiced Over”

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
2005 Matrix Online, TheThe Matrix Online Niobe (voice)
2011 DC Universe Online Wonder Woman (voice)
2012 Transformers: Prime – The Game Airachnid (voice)
2014 Destiny Ikora Rey<ref>Destiny – End Credits – IGN Video. IGN Video. 2014-09-11. Retrieved 2014-12-04. 
2017 Destiny 2 Ikora Rey

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role
1993 Face Value Marci Williams
1994 Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public, TheThe Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public Terri Clark

GINA VENDITTI

Gina was born in upstate N.Y., then started her career as a model while still in high school in Charlotte, North Carolina. While still a teenager, she moved to New York, and worked full time as a model while studying acting. She then moved to LA, and quickly booked the lead in the film “Manny Cam”, which then premiered at the Hollywood FilmFest.
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Actress (11 credits)
 2018/II The Field (post-production)
Harem Girl
  1/2 New Year (post-production)
New Years Party Reveler
  A Whole New Irving (filming)
Earthy Venice Couple, Girl
 2016 The Love Witch
Jane
 2015 Dish it Out! (TV Series)
Dish Chick

Sorry, Charlie (2015) … Dish Chick
 2011 11/11/11 (Video)
Pretty Girl at Party
 2010 Caution to the Wind
Ellie
 2010 Manny Cam
Lisa
 2008 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Waitress

Episode #1.8868 (2008) … Waitress (uncredited)
Episode #1.8864 (2008) … Waitress (uncredited)
Episode #1.8842 (2008) … Waitress (uncredited)
 2006 Curse of Pirate Death (Video)
Sudent #4
 2005 Lords of Dogtown
Surfer Girl (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2013 Grand Theft Auto V (Video Game) (face in game)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2001 Bearing Witness: American Soldiers and the Holocaust (Video documentary short)
Herself (voice)

ANNA BILLER

Anna Biller is known for her lavish use of color, her original brand of narcissistic feminism and her witty imitations of old Hollywood spectacle and genre movies. She has completed several short films and written two stage musicals, and has done her own set and costume design on all of them. She did her undergraduate studies at UCLA in art, and …
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Actress (4 credits)
 2007/II Viva
Barbi / Viva
 2001 A Visit from the Incubus (Short)
Lucy McGee
 1998 Fairy Ballet (Short)
The White Cat
 1994 Three Examples of Myself as Queen (Short)
Sad Queen, Queen Bee, Queen Poinsettia

DANI LENNON

Dani Lennon is a Chicago Native that has been performing most of her life. Originally a classically trained singer, she performed all over Europe, Carnegie Hall, Television and Musical Theatre. Dani took part in stage productions all over Chicago where she worked with many talented actors and Steppenwolf directors. Dani moved to Los Angeles where
Actress (21 credits)
  Legend of the Wa-ya (announced)
Adelaide Bradley
 2017/I Malevolent
Miriam DeKalb
 2016 The Love Witch
Mandy
 2014 Ride the Lightning (TV Series)
Fiona Ellis

Vengeance Part 3 (2014) … Fiona Ellis
Vengeance Part 2 (2014) … Fiona Ellis
 2014 Save Point (TV Series)
Rose Ravenfrost

Gant Appears (2014) … Rose Ravenfrost
Rose Levels Up (2014) … Rose Ravenfrost
Edvard’s Return (2014) … Rose Ravenfrost
Rose Gets a Sword (2014) … Rose Ravenfrost
Rose Confronts General (2014) … Rose Ravenfrost
 2013/I Limbus
Reina
 2013 Up the Valley and Beyond (Short)
Models 1 2 3
 2012 Dracula: Reborn
Dr. Joan Seward
 2012 Fight Night Legacy (TV Series)
Jenny Rose

The Offer (2012) … Jenny Rose
Homecoming (2012) … Jenny Rose
 2010-2012 Bite Me (TV Series)
Shawna

The Source (2012) … Shawna
Open for Business (2012) … Shawna
Viral (2012) … Shawna
Point of Entry (2012) … Shawna
Shot Gun (2012) … Shawna
 2011 S the D (Short)
Elizabeth
 2011 Fight Night Legacy (Short)
Jenny Rose
 2011 The Casting Office (TV Series)
Doris

Episode #1.9 (2011) … Doris
Episode #1.6 (2011) … Doris
Episode #1.5 (2011) … Doris
Episode #1.4 (2011) … Doris
Episode #1.2 (2011) … Doris
 2008 Dead End City (Video short)
Brandy
 2007 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Waitress

Episode #1.8663 (2007) … Waitress
 2006 The Holiday
Model (uncredited)
 2006 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Model

If Looks Could Kill (2006) … Model
 2006 The O.C. (TV Series)
Student

The College Try (2006) … Student

Tara Platt

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Tara Platt

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Tara Platt
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Platt at the 2013 Phoenix Comicon
Born (1978-06-18) June 18, 1978 (age 39)[1]
Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.[2]
Education Rutgers University
Occupation Voice actress, producer, actress
Years active 1987–present
Home town Chelsea, Michigan, U.S.[2]
Spouse(s) Yuri Lowenthal (m. 2002)[3]
Children 1
Website taraplatt.com

Tara Platt (born June 18, 1978)[1] is an American actress and producer who has provided voices for dozens of English-language versions of Japanese anime films, television series, and video games.[2] Her notable roles in anime include Temari in Naruto[4] and Reina in Rave Master.[2] In video games, she has voiced Noir in Tales of the Abyss and Mitsuru Kirijo in Persona 3, as well as characters in Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Saints Row: The Third, Soulcalibur IV, and League of Legends.[5][6] On screen she has appeared in television shows like Scandal, Hawaii Five-0, Castle and Revenge, as well as the feature film The Call. She has a production company Monkey Kingdom Productions with her husband, Yuri Lowenthal, where they have produced several films that have made the film festival rounds, and a live-action web series called Shelf Life. They authored the book Voice-Over Voice Actor which gives career tips.

Biography[edit]

Platt speaking with fans at the 2016 Saboten Con.

Platt moved around a lot when she was young, and her family settled in Chelsea, Michigan when she was 14.[2] She studied at Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts, where she received a BFA in theatre arts. She also studied at the London Academy of Theatre for a summer.[4][5] She lived in New York and worked off-Broadway, and later moved to Los Angeles.[2]

Platt and husband Yuri Lowenthal founded in 2004, Monkey Kingdom Productions, an independent film production company which has produced two feature films including Lowenthal’s Tumbling After, and mockumentary Con Artists.[2] They also created a live-action web-series Shelf Life about a group of superhero figurines; the series ran for four seasons on YouTube.[2] They co-authored a book called Voice-Over Voice Actor: What It’s Like Behind the Mic, which gives tips and information for aspiring voice actors.[2] Their first child, Sagan Carter Lowenthal, was born on June 9, 2016.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Voice roles[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Series Role Notes Source[5]
000000002003-05-20-00002003 Ultra Maniac Tama, Voodoo Doll [8]
000000002004-04-27-00002004 Marmalade Boy Jinny Golding as Zoe Oliver [8][9]
000000002004-06-05-00002004–05 Rave Master Reina [8]
000000002005-01-11-00002005 Rumiko Takahashi Anthology Kenta Hirooka [8]
000000002005-06-21-00002005 Girls Bravo Hakana [10]
000000002005-08-02-00002005 DearS Eiko [8]
000000002005-08-23-00002005 Ghost Talker’s Daydream Girl Student A Ep. “Ghost Talker” [8]
000000002006-01-21-00002006–09 Naruto Temari [8][11]
000000002006-02-28-00002006 Boys Be… Mizuki Takano Ep. 2 [8][12]
000000002006-05-23-00002006 Gun Sword Marie, Marianne Ep. 17 [8]
000000002006-06-06-00002006 Kamichu! Benton, others [8]
000000002006-12-19-00002006 Fate/stay night Caster
000000002007-01-16-00002007 Tales of Phantasia Meryl, Sylph [8]
000000002007-06-12-00002007 MÄR Queen
000000002007-06-18-00002007 Tokko Suzuka Kureha [8]
000000002007-10-23-00002007 Rozen Miaden Träumend Barasuishou [13]
000000002008-04-29-00002008 Buso Renkin Tokiko Tsumura [4][8][14]
000000002008-06-03-00002008 AIKa R-16: Virgin Mission Risako Nagase [13]
000000002008-10-07-00002008 Strait Jacket Filisis Moog [15]
000000002009-01-27-00002009 Ah My Buddha Yuko Atoda [16]
000000002009-06-06-00002009–13 Bleach Lisa Yadōmaru, Sode no Shirayuki [14]
000000002009-10-28-00002009–10;
000000002013-04-13-00002013–17
Naruto Shippuden Temari Character was absent in series for 2011–12. [11]
000000002009-12-18-00002009–10 Monster Eva Heinemann [8][17]
000000002010-02-20-00002010–14 Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Marida Cruz [6][18]
000000002011-12-06-00002011 Rozen Maiden Ouvertüre Barasuishou [13]
000000002012-10-02-00002012–13 Tiger & Bunny Agnes Joubert [6][19]
000000002013-07-12-00002013 K Seri Awashima [20]
000000002014-11-11-00002014–present Sailor Moon Ikuko Tsukino, Kaolinite, others Viz dub [21][22]
000000002015-03-22-00002015 Digimon Fusion Mervamon [23]
000000002015-06-09-00002015 Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation Vert First anime role recorded at OkraTron 5000/Funimation [24]
000000002015-11-20-00002015–16 Sailor Moon Crystal Ikuko Tsukino [25]

Animation[edit]

List of voice performances in animation
Year Series Role Notes Source[5]
000000002003-03-07-00002003 The Proud Family Deorgeous Woman Ep. “Crouching Trudy, Hidden Penny” [26]
000000002007-05-05-00002007–08 Legion of Super Heroes Dream Girl [6]
000000002010-06-18-00002010–12 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien Jennifer Nocturne Ep. “Hero Time”; “Catch a Falling Star” [6][13][14]
000000002011-10-11-00002011 Regular Show Mom Ep. “Terror Tales of the Park” [13][27]
000000002012-11-03-00002012–14 Ben 10: Omniverse Ester, Subdora, Jennifer Nocturne, others [13][28]
000000002015-10-04-00002015 X-Ray and Vav Woman Ep. “Divide & Conquer” [29][30]
000000002016-12-03-00002016–17 RWBY Kali Belladonna [31]

Films[edit]

List of voice performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
000000002005-10-23-00002005 Digimon: Island of the Lost Digimon D’Arcmon
000000002008-03-14-00002008 Kite Liberator Manatsu Mukai [13]
000000002010-08-13-00002010 Tales from Earthsea Additional voices
000000002011-11-22-00002011 Tekken: Blood Vengeance Anna Williams [13][32]
000000002012-08-14-00002012 Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror Vikki [33]
000000002013-04-16-00002013 Iron Man: Rise of Technovore Sasha Hammer [13]
000000002015-02-24-00002015 Tiger & Bunny: The Rising Agnes Joubert [34]

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
000000002004-11-09-00002004 Halo 2 Genie, Isabel, Cassie
000000002005-03-08-00002005 Rave Master Reina Also Special Attack Force
000000002005-04-06-00002005 ObsCure Ashley Thompson
000000002006-09-26-00002006 Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria Hrist, Leone [13]
000000002006-10-10-00002006 Tales of the Abyss Noir, Gelda Nebilim Uncredited[a]
000000002007-07-17-00002007 Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology Raine Sage Uncredited[a]
000000002007-08-17-00002007 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Mitsuru Kirijo, Elizabeth Uncredited[b]
Also FES
[13]
000000002007-09-17-00002007 Eternal Sonata Claves
000000002007-09-18-00002007 Warriors Orochi Mori Ranmaru, Oichi Uncredited[a]
000000002007-09-25-00002007 Soul Nomad & the World Eaters Juno
000000002007-11-13-00002007 Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles Red Queen Uncredited[a]
000000002007-01-01-00002007–present Naruto video games Temari [9][13][11]
000000002008-07-29-00002008 Soulcalibur IV Setsuka Uncredited[a]
000000002008-09-23-00002008 Warriors Orochi 2 Mori Ranmaru, Oichi Uncredited[a]
000000002008-11-11-00002008 Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World Raine Sage Uncredited[a]
000000002008-11-16-00002008 Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe Wonder Woman [13][11][35]
000000002008-10-21-00002008 Star Ocean: First Departure Mavelle Froesson [13]
000000002009-10-27-00002009 League of Legends Katarina du Couteau [28]
000000002010-03-09-00002010 Final Fantasy XIII Cocoon Inhabitants [36]
000000002011-02-15-00002011 Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Tron Bonne [4][35]
000000002011-03-15-00002011 God Eater Burst Gina Dickinson Grouped under English Voice Cast [37]
000000002011-03-29-00002011 Dynasty Warriors 7 Wang Yuanji
000000002011-11-15-00002011 Saints Row: The Third Female Voice 2, Production and Character Voices [6][13][35]
000000002012-01-31-00002012 Final Fantasy XIII-2 Additional voices [38]
000000002012-03-20-00002012 Warriors Orochi 2 Mori Ranmaru, Oichi Uncredited[a]
000000002012-05-29-00002012 Resistance: Burning Skies Eleanor ‘Ellie’ Martinez [6]
000000002012-06-26-00002012 The Amazing Spider-Man Additional voices [39]
000000002012-10-23-00002012 Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward Alice Uncredited[a] [40]
000000002013-11-14-00002013 God Eater 2 Gina Dickinson
000000002013-01-01-00002013 Palace Pets Pumpkin [13]
000000002013-02-04-00002013 Fire Emblem: Awakening Flavia, Miriel [13]
000000002013-05-29-00002013 Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Battuta English Voiceover Cast [41]
000000002013-08-27-00002013 Killer Is Dead Vivienne Squall [13]
000000002013-09-17-00002013 Grand Theft Auto V The Local Population [42]
000000002013-10-13-00002013 Skylanders: Swap Force Punk Shock Grouped under Voice Talent [43][44]
000000002013-12-19-00002013 Drakengard 3 Zero
000000002014-02-11-00002014 Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Additional voices [45]
000000002014-03-25-00002014 Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Additional voices [46]
000000002014-04-11-00002014 Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Valeera Sanguinar [47]
000000002014-10-05-00002014 Skylanders: Trap Team Dreamcatcher, Punk Shock Grouped under Voice Actors [43][48][49][50]
000000002014-10-24-00002014 Bayonetta 2 Glamor, Alraune, additional voices [13][51]
000000002014-10-28-00002014 Sunset Overdrive [52]
000000002014-11-13-00002014 World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Additional voices [53]
000000002015-03-15-00002015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Additional voices [54]
000000002015-09-25-00002015 Skylanders: SuperChargers Punk Shock Grouped under Voice Actors [43][55]
000000002015-12-04-00002015 Xenoblade Chronicles X Female Avatar (Heroic) [56]
000000002016-11-29-00002016 Final Fantasy XV Additional voices [57]

Live-action roles[edit]

Television[edit]

List of live-action performances in television
Year Series Role Notes Source[5]
000000002001-09-25-00002001 One Life to Live Stewardess Episode #1.7260
000000002004-04-27-00002004 Gilmore Girls Shelly Ep. “Afterboom” [11]
000000002004-12-09-00002004 Passions Nurse #1 Episode #1.1375
000000002005-01-01-00002005 Charmed The Muse [11]
000000002005-12-03-00002005 The Playbook DLiteLA, Profile Girl Ep. “Gaming and Taming Technology”
000000002006-05-03-00002006 Days of Our Lives Cheryl, Manuela
000000002011-04-11-00002011 The Young and the Restless Jade
000000002012-01-16-00002012 Castle Janelle Ep. “Dial M for Mayor” [11]
000000002012-05-09-00002012 Revenge Becca Ep. “Legacy” [11]
000000002013-03-25-00002013 Hawaii Five-0 Allie Ep. “Hoa Pili” [11]
000000002013-10-03-00002013 Scandal Navy Servicewoman Ep. “It’s Handled”
000000002015-11-12-00002015 The Player Surgeon Ep. “Downtown Odds”

Film[edit]

List of live-action performances in films
Year Title Role Notes Source[5]
000000002004-06-15-00002004 Scarecrow Gone Wild Lynn
000000002013-03-15-00002013 The Call Female Trainee [11][35]
000000002013-09-01-00002013 Con Artists Herself Mockumentary [6][11][28]
000000002014-07-15-00002014 Topsy McGee vs. the Sky Pirates Topsy McGee Producer, Writer, short film [58]

Web series[edit]

List of live-action performances in web shows
Year Series Role Notes Source[5]
000000002007-08-09-00002007 Afterworld Kizzy Shoemaker
000000002007-08-14-00002007 Galacticast Bride of RoboJew, Son
000000002011-10-24-00002011–13 Shelf Life Hero Lass Creator, producer [59][60]
000000002012-06-15-00002012;
000000002015-06-18-00002015
Tabletop Guest Eps. “Castle Panic”, “Kingdom Build” [61][62]

Books[edit]

Tara Subkoff

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Tara Subkoff
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Tara Subkoff interviewed by Behind the Velvet Rope TV at 2015 special screening of #Horror
Born Tara Lyn Subkoff
(1972-12-10) December 10, 1972 (age 45)
Westport, Connecticut, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation
  • Artist
  • fashion designer
  • actress
  • director
Years active 1993–present
Spouse(s) Urs Fischer (m. 2014–2016)

Tara Lyn Subkoff (born December 10, 1972)[1] is an American actress, conceptual artist, director, and fashion designer. Touted as an “it girl” of the late 1990s,[2] Subkoff made her film debut in the thriller When the Bough Breaks (1994) opposite Martin Sheen, and has had supporting roles in As Good as It Gets (1997), The Last Days of Disco (1998), The Cell (2000), and The Notorious Bettie Page (2005).

In 2001, she co-founded an art collective-turned-fashion line, Imitation of Christ, which featured pieces hand-sewn solely from recycled vintage and thrift store clothing, and has since worked primarily as a conceptual artist. In 2015, she made her debut as a director with the horror film #Horror (2015), which was picked up for distribution by IFC Midnight.

Early life[edit]

Subkoff was born in Westport, Connecticut. Her father was an antiques dealer who owned an antique store on 13th Street in Manhattan, and her mother was a schoolteacher in East Harlem.[2] She grew up in what she described as a “bohemian” family,[3] and attended boarding school at the Williston Northampton School in Massachusetts.[4] After graduation, she attended the Parsons School of Design, but dropped out within a year of enrolling.[2][5] She relocated to Los Angeles, California in 1991 to study acting, and took classes alongside Angelina Jolie and Keanu Reeves.[2]

Career[edit]

Early acting: 1994–2000[edit]

Subkoff made her debut as an actress on television, appearing in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman in 1994, followed by her feature film debut, a lead role in the 1994 crime thriller When the Bough Breaks, opposite Martin Sheen and Ron Perlman. In 1996, she had a minor supporting part in the film Freeway, and in the horror film Black Circle Boys (1997).

This was followed with lead roles in the drama All Over Me (1997),[6] and the comedy Lover Girl (1997), co-starring Kristy Swanson. She had minor parts in As Good as It Gets (1997), Whit Stillman‘s The Last Days of Disco (1998), and an uncredited appearance in the 1999 teen sex comedy American Pie. She also appeared in a supporting role in the sci-fihorror film The Cell (2000) with Jennifer Lopez and Vincent D’Onofrio.[7]

In 2017, Subkoff joined the group of women making the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations, saying that the producer had sexually harassed her in the 1990s when she applied for a role in one of his films, and then had her blacklisted when she resisted. “It became impossible for me to get work as an actress after this, so I then had to start a new career path and started Imitation of Christ”, she said.[8]

Imitation of Christ: 2001–2011[edit]

In 2000, Subkoff began working on a project called Imitation of Christ with designer Matt Damhave, enlisting Chloë Sevigny as the project’s creative director.[2] Originally conceived as an art project, it has been described as “DIY art collective misconstrued as a luxury fashion label.”[9] Every piece of clothing in the line was sewn by hand and recycled from vintage, thrift and Goodwill shops. Subkoff created pieces of wearable art with her fashion shows which garnered her a cult following.[10] Models who wore the pieces for runway shows included actress Scarlett Johansson.[10][11]

Reflecting on the line, Subkoff said: “We were talking about waste, throwing things away, and taking something that’s old and making it new again, putting the human hand back into a world that reeks of manufacturing. It felt very appropriate to do that in 2000.”[9]

Subkoff and Damhave created four collections together, and the shows were described as “guerilla-style, at least as much performance art as they were about [Subkoff’s] refashioned, hand-sewn vintage clothes,”[2] with the project’s earliest exhibitions taking place in a funeral parlor in the Manhattan‘s East Village.[12] In 2003, she also collaborated with Bernhard Willhelm on a fashion collection inspired and authorized by Roberto Capucci.[13]

After Subkoff and Damhave parted ways, she continued to design pieces for the line through 2006. In 2007, Subkoff sold the label to Josh Sparks, the former chief executive of the Australian label Sass & Bide, for a reported $2 million.[12] The following year, in 2008, the label went out of business. In 2012, Subkoff revived the label and began working on more pieces, shortening the brand name to simply “Imitation.”[12]

Directing, other projects: 2012–present[edit]

Milla Jovovich in Subkoff’s art installation Future/Perfect, 2013

In 2012, Subkoff created a ten-day art installation and continuous performance piece at the Carlton Festival of the Arts in São Paulo, Brazil.[9] She also conceptualized a performance piece in a group show curated by Dimitri Antonitsis in Hydra, Greece.

She exhibited a three hour long installation at the Bortolami Gallery in New York City during the 2012 New York Fashion Week titled “This is Not a Fashion Show,” which featured a girl’s choir in leotards performing “Carol of the Bells” (intimated as a “slight to Yuletide consumerism”) and “performers aging from 8 to 70 pruned and posing in front of antique mirrors lining the gallery walls.”[9] In explaining the idea behind the show, Subkoff said: “We are a society that only sells commodities. We do not create anything unless it’s to be bought and sold, so the idea of doing something where there isn’t a commodity to sell, or what the commodity is to sell is very confusing, is extremely interesting to me.”[14]

In 2013, she collaborated with Milla Jovovich on a filmed installation in Venice, Italy titled “Future/Perfect,” which had Jovovich enclosed in a glass house, surrounded by boxes with consumer logos, artwork, and clothing.[15]

Though working predominantly in art, Subkoff also had a minor appearance in the film, including Tanner Hall (2009) and Abandoned (2010), with Brittany Murphy. Subkoff made her directorial debut in 2014 with the horror film #Horror (2015), which details a group of wealthy adolescent girls who experience a night of violence and terror after a social media game is tinged with cyberbullying. The film was screened out of competition at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and was picked up for distribution by IFC Midnight, slated for a limited release in November 2015. According to Subkoff, she conceived the film after a conversation she’d had with her friend’s daughter: “[The idea] started because I asked my friend’s daughter, “What is horror, to you?” This girl was cyberbullied very badly… Now, I was bullied badly as a kid, but I could always change schools. I could always go home. Now you can’t…when bullying follows you home, and there’s no escape and no end, to me, that’s horror. And to so many girls, that’s just life.”[16]

Personal life[edit]

Subkoff has been formerly romantically linked to Wes Anderson, and was formerly engaged to director Tom Hooper.[2] In the fall of 2014, Subkoff married artist Urs Fischer.[17][18][19] Subkoff gave birth to a daughter, Grace, in May 2016.[20] In June 2016, it was reported that Subkoff and Fischer had filed for divorce.[18] Subkoff resides in Los Angeles, California.[21]

In 2009, Subkoff was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma, a benign brain tumor that required her to undergo a craniotomy in September 2009.[22] Her symptoms had originally been diagnosed as TMJ by her doctor in 2003.[2][23]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1994 When the Bough Breaks Jordan Thomas/Jennifer Lynn Eben
1995 Point Dume
1996 Freeway Sharon
1996 True Crime Liz McConnell Television film
1997 Black Circle Boys Chloe
1997 All Over Me Ellen
1997 Lover Girl Jake Ferrari / “Candy”
1997 As Good as It Gets Cafe 24 Waitress
1998 The Last Days of Disco Holly
1999 Mascara Daphne
1999 American Pie College girl Uncredited
2000 The Cell Julia Hickson
2002 Teenage Caveman Sarah
2002 Looking for Jimmy
2003 Undermind Anya
2004 Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie Mouse
2004 Good Boys Short film
2005 The Notorious Bettie Page June
2009 Tanner Hall Gwen
2010 Abandoned Nurse Anna
2010 How Do You Know Subpoena Girl
2010 Tyrolean Riviera Brigitta Short film
2011 For Lovers Only Yves’ Wife
2013 Sugar Woman at accident
2015 Cook-Off!
2015 #Horror Tatiana Voice only

Television[edit]

Year Series Role Notes
1994 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Jennifer Episode: “Orphan Train”
1994 Northern Exposure Mary-Margaret Episode: “The Letter”
1996 Kindred: The Embraced Cash’s Girl Episode: “The Original Saga”
2013 Kroll Show Two episodes

As director or producer[edit]

Year Title Production role Notes
2010 The Killer Inside Me Associate producer
2012 Magic Hour Director[24] Short film
2013 Future/Perfect Director Short film
2015 #Horror Director, writer, producer

TARA THOMPSON

 

 

A self-described “hillbilly from East Tennessee,” Tara Thompson was raised in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, surrounded by the familiar sights of small-town life — bars, mobile homes, lawns dotted with pink flamingos — that would eventually fill the songs on her debut album for The Valory Music Co. Thompson, the young cousin of Loretta Lynn, left home as a teenager and moved to Nashville, becoming a regular performer at several popular honky-tonks downtown. She sang there for six years straight, performing classic Country songs by Willie Nelson and Patsy Cline during her daily and nightly shows.

TARA LYNN THOMPSON

Tara Lynn Thompson is an actress, known for Straight Eye: The Movie (2004), Even Stevens (2000) and The Help (2004).
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Actress (4 credits)
 2004 Las Vegas (TV Series)
Sam

Games People Play (2004) … Sam (uncredited)
 2004 Straight Eye: The Movie (Short)
Omaha
 2004 The Help (TV Series)
Jackie

Doghouse (2004) … Jackie
 2002 Even Stevens (TV Series)
Kim

Model Principal (2002) … Kim
Stevens Manor (2002) … Kim
Snow Job (2002) … Kim