Luisana Lopilato

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Luisana Lopilato

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Luisana Lopilato
Born (1987-05-18) 18 May 1987 (age 30)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Actress
  • model
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s) Michael Bublé (m. 2011)
Children 2
Relatives Darío Lopilato (brother)
Musical career
Labels Independent

Luisana Lopilato[1] Spanish pronunciation: [lwiˈsana lopiˈlato] (born 18 May 1987) is an Argentine actress and model. She has appeared in the television series Chiquititas, Rebelde Way, Alma Pirata, Casados con Hijos and Atracción x4.

Television career[edit]

Chiquititas (1999–2001)[edit]

Lopilato made her debut in the television series Mi familia es un dibujo in 1995, and continued working as a child model. In 1999, she was chosen to play Luisana Maza in Chiquititas, a popular television series created by Cris Morena.[citation needed]

Lopilato signed a contract with the Cris Morena Group, and released four Chiquititas soundtrack albumsChiqutitias Vol. 5 (1999), Chiqutitias Vol. 6 (2000), Chiquititas Vol. 6 (2001) and Chiquititas: Rincón de Luz (2001). She reprised her role of Luisana Maza in Chiquititas, la historia, a mini–series broadcast in 2001, and Chiquititas: Rincón de Luz, a 2001 Chiquititas spin–off film. In 2000, she appeared in the film Un Amor en Moises Ville.[citation needed]

Rebelde Way and Erreway (2002–2006)[edit]

In 2002, Lopilato was given the role of Mía Colucci in the 2002—03 television series Rebelde Way, created by Cris Morena. She starred with Benjamín Rojas, Felipe Colombo and Camila Bordonaba, with whom she formed a pop rock band, Erreway. Erreway released three studio albums — Señales (2002), Tiempo (2003) and Memoria (2004) — which sold over 5 million copies. Señales and Tiempo earned Platinum certification in Argentina (Señales earned double Platinum)[2] while Memoria earned Gold. Their 2004 film, Erreway: 4 Caminos, was a box–office success.[citation needed]

In 2007, Lopilato left Erreway and Rojas, Colombo and Bordonaba toured Spain as a trio.[3]

It was confirmed that Lopilato would record a solo album and that she had signed with Universal Music Group.[4][5]

Domestic stardom (2006–2009)[edit]

After Rebelde Way, she received several acting offers and signed with Pol-Ka Productions, with which she made two telenovelas, Los Secretos de Papá and Los Pensionados.[6] In 2005, Lopilato appeared in Casados con Hijos, an Argentine version of Married… with Children.[citation needed]

She portrayed Paola Argento, a character originally portrayed by Christina Applegate. She was nominated for a Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress. She once again worked with Cris Morena on Alma Pirata.[citation needed]

In 2007, Lopilato was host of Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica, Latin MTV Awards, with the former Miss Colombia Valerie Domínguez. She was nominated for an ACE Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role onstage in Arlequín, and appeared in the Martín Fierro Award-nominated television comedy El Capo. Gente magazine named Lopilato “The Face of the Year”.[7] She starred with Rodrigo González and Sabrina Garciarena in the 2008 telenovela Encandilados, made especially for cell-phones,[8] and also starred in the theatre play La Cenicienta with Rodrigo Guirao Díaz.[9]

From 2008-09, she starred in the series Atracción x4.[10] In 2009, Lopilato starred opposite Nicolás Cabré and Gimena Accardi in the film Papá por un Día.[11] Her animated film, Plumíferos, which was completed in 2008, was released in February 2010.[12]

In June 2009, FHM magazine in Spain, ranked her 86 in its annual Las 100 mujeres más sexys del mundo.[13]

International exposure (2010–2011)[edit]

In 2010, Lopilato completed the Channel 13 TV series Alguien que me quiera, in which she played Bianca Rivera, a sweet and sensitive young woman who struggled and suffered much for love. In November 2010, FHM in Spain ranked her 17th on its annual list Las 100 mujeres más sexys del mundo.[14]

In late 2010, Lopilato announced that she was planning to marry the Canadian singer Michael Bublé in April 2011. Having completed the recordings of Alguien Que Me Quiera, Lopilato accompanied Bublé on his Crazy in Love tour.[citation needed]

In 2011, Lopilato made her first film outside Argentina, the Spanish thriller Predeterminados (directed by Jordi Arencón), as “Vera”. In June 2011, FHM in Spain ranked her 11th on the “Las 100 mujeres más sexys del mundo list.[15]

Lobo, Una buona stagione, En Terapia and return to film (2012–2014)[edit]

Lopilato joined the cast of the El Trece series Lobo as a villainess, opposite Ana Linares‘s character (Vanesa González). In 2012, she portrayed Silvia, one of the lead roles in the Italian miniseries Una buona stagione (A good season) transmitted by RAI, which premiered during 2014. In 2013, she played a young cancer victim in the second season of the Argentine remake of In Treatment, En terapia, starring Diego Peretti and broadcast by TV Publica. She was nominated for a Martin Fierro Award as Best Supporting Actress in a drama.[citation needed]

In 2014, Lopilato starred in the comedy film Las Insoladas, directed by Gustavo Taretto (known for his previous film Medianeras). After the premiere in September, she announced her next film project, Los que aman, odian, based on the book by Adolfo Bioy Casares and Silvina Ocampo.[16]

Variaciones Walsh, Fair Market Value (2015)[edit]

In 2015, Lopilato returned to Argentinian TV in an episode of the mini-series Variaciones Walsh[17] broadcast on public TV. She went to Hollywood acting in her first North American film entitled Fair Market Value; the cast included Tina Benko and Wendy Makkena. In the same year, she was invited to join Tu Cara Me Suena, a talent show, as part of the jury.[citation needed]

Singing career[edit]


Lopilato began her career as a singer in the TV series that launched her to fame, Chiquititas. In 2000, she participated in the album with other actors from the series. The final part of the series was premiered in 2001. After Chiquitita, the creator of the series, Cris Morena, rehired Lopilato for a new series called Rebelde Way, from which emerged Erreway, a pop group consisting of the four main actors of the series. Benjamín Rojas, Lopilato, Felipe Colombo and Camila Bordonaba were the actors chosen for the series and the group. They released three studio albums: Señales (2002), Tiempo (2003) and Memoria (2004).

Two years later, as the group dissolved, the series was sold to Spain and the success of its music. lead to a fourth and fifth album, this time a compilation entitled, El Disco de Rebelde Way (2006) and Erreway en Concierto (2006), and a show in Israel in 2004.

Atracción x4[edit]

In 2008 and 2009, Lopilato was in the series Atracción x4, with her brother Darío Lopilato. The series generated another band which released two albums that received gold certification in Argentina.

Modelling career[edit]

Lopilato was the face of the underwear brand Promesse from 2006-10. In 2014, she finished her work as the face of Ultimo. She appeared in several commercials in Argentina and Israel. She has worked for [clarification needed] such brands as 47 Street, Promesse, Bubbaloo, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Gottex, L’Oréal and Gillette.

Personal life[edit]

Lopilato became engaged[18] to the Canadian singer Michael Bublé in 2009, having appeared in his music video for “Haven’t Met You Yet“.[19] She married Bublé on 31 March 2011, in her native Argentina, with a full ceremony in April.[20] They have two sons [21] Noah (born August 2013)[22] and Elias (born January 2016) [23]. Noah was diagnosed with cancer in November 2016.[24]


Year Film Role Notes
2001 Un Amor en Moises Ville Hannah
2001 Chiquititas: Rincón de luz Luisana Maza
2004 Erreway: 4 Caminos Mía Colucci
2009 Papá por un Día Julieta
2010 Plumíferos Feifi Voice
2014 Las Insoladas Lala
2016 Fair Market Value Kendall
2017 Los que aman, odian Mary
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Mi famila es un dibujo Lorena
1999–01 Chiquititas Luisana Maza Main Role
2002–03 Rebelde Way Mía Colucci
2004 Los Pensionados Martina
2004 Los Secretos de Papá Camila
2005 Numeral 15: Teléfono descompuesto Lola Gómez Mini–Series
2005–06 Casados con Hijos Paola Argento Nominated — Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress in Comedy
2006 Alma Pirata Allegra Riganti
2007 El Capo Ornella Mastrogiuseppe
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica Herself Host
2008–09 Atracción x4 Nina Lacalle
2010 Alguien que me quiera Bianca Rivera
2011 RIO Police
2012 Lobo Victoria “Vicky” Robledo
2013 En Terapia (Argentine version of In Treatment) Valentina Rubio Nominated — Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress
2014 Una buona stagione Silvia Ferrari
Year Title Role Notes
1999–01 Chiquititas Luisana Maza
2007 Arlequín Clarisa Nominated — ACE Award for Best Supporting Actress
2008 La Cenicienta Cinderella
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Encandilados Candela Herrera
Music videos
Year Title Album Artist
2002 Resistiré Señales Erreway
2002 Será Porque Te Quiero Señales Erreway
2002 Bonita de Más Señales Erreway
2002 Sweet Baby Señales Erreway
2003 Será de Dios Tiempo Erreway
2003 Para Cosas Buenas Tiempo Erreway
2003 Te Soñé Tiempo Erreway
2003 Tiempo Tiempo Erreway
2004 Memoria Memoria Erreway
2009 Haven’t Met You Yet Michael Bublé
2009 “Te extraño” Todo puede cambiar Atraccion x 4
2013 Close Your Eyes Michael Bublé

Awards and nominations[edit]






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 2018 London Fields (completed)
 2018 Mary Queen of Scots (post-production)
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Episode #3.6 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.5 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.4 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.3 (2018) … Mia
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 2016 Revolting Rhymes Part Two (TV Short)
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 2016 Revolting Rhymes Part One (TV Short)
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 2015 Brotherhood (TV Series)
Miss Pemberton

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Birthday (2015) … Miss Pemberton
School (2015) … Miss Pemberton
 2014 The Game (TV Mini-Series)
Chen Mei

Episode Three (2014) … Chen Mei
Episode Two (2014) … Chen Mei
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Amy Chang
 2013 The Double
‘The Replicator’ – Glamourous Judge
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Erica & Callum (2013) … Erica
Erica & Kate (2013) … Erica
 2013 Shetland (TV Series)
Hattie James

Red Bones: Part 2 (2013) … Hattie James
Red Bones: Part 1 (2013) … Hattie James
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Episode #2.7 (2013) … Jennifer Cheung
 2012 Vengar (Short)
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Dare (2012) … Kiera
Jude (2012) … Kiera
Unfaithful (2012) … Kiera
Pool of Tears (2012) … Kiera
 2012 True Love (TV Series)

Adrian (2012) … Kathy
 2011 Fresh Meat (TV Series)

Episode #1.5 (2011) … Ruth
Episode #1.4 (2011) … Ruth
Episode #1.3 (2011) … Ruth
 2011 Secret Diary of a Call Girl (TV Series)

Episode #4.8 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.6 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.5 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.4 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.2 (2011) … Charlotte
 2010 Submarine
 2010 Sherlock (TV Series)
Soo Lin Yao

The Blind Banker (2010) … Soo Lin Yao
 2010 The IT Crowd (TV Series)
Female Sulu / Ivana

Reynholm vs Reynholm (2010) … Female Sulu
The Final Countdown (2010) … Ivana
 2010 Shanghai
Shin Shin
 2010 Pimp
 2009 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Mia Bennett

The Waters of Mars (2009) … Mia Bennett
 2009 Exam
Chinese Girl
 2009 Cell: Season 2 (Video)
 2008 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Video short)
 2006 When Evil Calls (TV Mini-Series)
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Episode #1.1 (2006) … Molly Nelson


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Yuna (English version, voice)
 2014 Shameless (TV Series)

Iron City (2014) … Doctor
 2013 Perception (TV Series)
Ellen Resnick

Alienation (2013) … Ellen Resnick
 2009-2013 Southland (TV Series)
Laurie Cooper

Reckoning (2013) … Laurie Cooper
The Felix Paradox (2013) … Laurie Cooper
Off Duty (2013) … Laurie Cooper
Let It Snow (2011) … Laurie Cooper
Maximum Deployment (2010) … Laurie Cooper
 2012 Common Law (TV Series)

Role Play (2012) … Suzanne
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Foundation (2012) … Samantha Allen
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Follow That Boat/Windmill Monkey (2011) … Teacher
 2011 Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy (Video Game)
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 2010 Lie to Me (TV Series)
Steph Salinger

In the Red (2010) … Steph Salinger
 2010 The Closer (TV Series)
Melanie Ryder

The Big Bang (2010) … Melanie Ryder
 2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Julianne Torse

Take My Life, Please (2010) … Julianne Torse
 2010 Elevator Girl (TV Movie)
Tessa Delgado
 2010 Valkyria Chronicles II (Video Game)
Chloe Blixen / Brigitte ‘Rosie’ Stark (English version, voice)
 2009 What Happens in Encino (Short)
 2009 Terminator Salvation (Video Game)
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 2009 ER (TV Series)
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I Feel Good (2009) … Joanie Moore
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Brigitte ‘Rosie’ Stark (English version, voice)
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 2007 Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ (Video Game)
Yuna (English version, voice)
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Sandra Redbird (English version, voice, as Hedy Buress)
 2006 Round It Goes (Short)
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Yuna (English version, voice)
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Julie Patterson
 2004 House (TV Series)

Maternity (2004) … Jill
 2004 Cold Case (TV Series)
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Mind Hunters (2004) … Janet Lambert
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 2004 Open House
Gloria Hobbs
 2003 Beyond (Short)
Yoko (English version, voice)
 2003 Ninja Scroll: The Series (TV Series)

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 2003 Fainaru fantajî X-2 (Video Game)
Yuna (English version, voice)
 2003 Program (Short)
Cis (English version, voice)
 2002 First Monday (TV Series)
Ellie Pearson

Family Secrets (2002) … Ellie Pearson
Showdown (2002) … Ellie Pearson
Strip Search (2002) … Ellie Pearson
Unprotected Speech (2002) … Ellie Pearson
Secrets and Lies (2002) … Ellie Pearson
 2002 Bug
Roy – Chicken Eater
 2001 Final Fantasy X (Video Game)
Yuna / Fayth (Anima) (English version, voice)
 2001 Gideon’s Crossing (TV Series)
Money Raspberry Dupree

Heart of Glass (2001) … Money Raspberry Dupree
Filaments and Ligatures (2001) … Money Raspberry Dupree
Flashpoint (2001) … Money Raspberry Dupree
The Others (2001) … Money Raspberry Dupree
Prodigal Dad (2001) … Money Raspberry Dupree
 2001 Looking for Bobby D (Short)
 2001 Valentine
Ruthie Walker
 2000 DAG (TV Series)
Susan Cole

Pilot (2000) … Susan Cole
 2000 Tick Tock
Anne Avery
 2000 Chicken Soup for the Soul (TV Series)

Father (2000) … Katie
 2000 Cabin by the Lake (TV Movie)
 1999 Swing Vote (TV Movie)
 1998 Profiler (TV Series)
Virginia ‘Ginny’ Tibbet

Home for the Homicide (1998) … Virginia ‘Ginny’ Tibbet
 1998 Working (TV Series)

A Boy, a Girl, and His Bird (1998) … Dawn
 1998 Los años bárbaros
 1998 Getting Personal
Melissa Parks
 1998 The Closer (TV Series)
Alex McLaren

My Best Friend’s Funeral (1998) … Alex McLaren
The Hand That Rocks the Office (1998) … Alex McLaren
Deep Game (1998) … Alex McLaren
Honor Thy Jack (1998) … Alex McLaren
Baby, It’s Cold Outside (1998) … Alex McLaren
 1997 Any Mother’s Son (TV Movie)
 1996-1997 Boston Common (TV Series)
Wyleen Pritchett

Sophomore’s Choice (1997) … Wyleen Pritchett
A Cross to Bear (1997) … Wyleen Pritchett
To Bare Is Human (1997) … Wyleen Pritchett
I.D. Endow (1997) … Wyleen Pritchett
Here’s to You, Mrs. Byrnes (1997) … Wyleen Pritchett
 1996 If These Walls Could Talk (TV Movie)
Linda Barrows (segment “1974”)
 1996 Foxfire
Maddy Wirtz
 1996 Seduced by Madness: The Diane Borchardt Story (TV Mini-Series)
Brook Borchardt

Episode #1.2 (1996) … Brook Borchardt
Episode #1.1 (1996) … Brook Borchardt
 1994 Club Dead (Video Game)
President Sherman (as Heather Burress)


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Spiel, Satz, Tod (2014) … Stefanie Hähnel
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Mia Bartels

Sprengstoff (2014) … Mia Bartels
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Nicole Fiedler / Lisa Lichtenberg

Die Geisel (2014) … Nicole Fiedler
Operation: Gemini (2009) … Lisa Lichtenberg
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Hanna Schütz

Rache (2013) … Hanna Schütz
 2013 Herztöne (TV Movie)
Lissie Lensen
 2008-2012 SOKO Köln (TV Series)
Bianca Abt / Dorea Klöwer

Mit Hieb und Stich (2012) … Bianca Abt
Man liebt nur einmal (2008) … Dorea Klöwer
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Steffi König / Heike Rahn

Die Gurkenkönigin (2012) … Steffi König
Verstoßen (2007) … Heike Rahn
 2011 205: Room of Fear
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Reuma Weizman
 2007-2010 SOKO Leipzig (TV Series)
Lisa Bauer / Sophie Schaller

Das Geisterhaus (2010) … Lisa Bauer
Reinen Herzens (2007) … Sophie Schaller
 2009 Albert Schweitzer
Nurse Susi Sandler
 2009 Der gestiefelte Kater (TV Movie)
Prinzessin Frieda
 2009 Der böse Wolf (Short)
 2009 Stolberg (TV Series)
Alissa Eberstein

Die falsche Frau (2009) … Alissa Eberstein
 2009 Tatort (TV Series)
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Familienaufstellung (2009) … Arzu Korkmaz
 2008 Die Gerichtsmedizinerin (TV Series)
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Schlaf Kindlein, schlaf (2008) … Britta Dorn / Katja Hagen
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H3: Halloween Horror Hostel (2008) … Janin
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Kurzes Glück (2007) … Floriane Licht
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Mord nach Mitternacht (2007) … Anna May
 2007 Special Unit (TV Series)
Viola Bongarts

Auge um Auge (2007) … Viola Bongarts
 2006 Abschnitt 40 (TV Series)
Melissa Herford

Vertrauensbruch (2006) … Melissa Herford
 2006 Lauf der Dinge
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Wencke Roth

Seitenwechsel (2006) … Wencke Roth
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Sabine Münster

Ewige Freundschaft (2006) … Sabine Münster
 2006 Vidiots (Short)
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 2006 The Cloud
 2006 Atomised
 2005 Franziska Spiegel – Eine Erinnerung (Short)
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Auf die Plätze, fertig… tot (2005) … Rica Mell
 2005 Inga Lindström (TV Series)
Maybritt Sandsten

Entscheidung am Fluss (2005) … Maybritt Sandsten
 2004 Typisch Sophie (TV Series)

Verhängnisvolle Lüge (2004) … Hellen
 2004 The School Trip (TV Movie)
 2004 Untreu (TV Movie)
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 2003 SK Kölsch (TV Series)

Pack die Badehose ein (2003) … Marina
 2003 Liberated Zone
 2002 Big Girls Don’t Cry


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  Something, Anything (filming)
Bonnie Hamilton
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Abby’s Makeup Artist
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Mrs. Sherman

The Warrior in the Wuss (2012) … Mrs. Sherman (uncredited)
 2011/I Jack and Jill
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 2010 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Marjorie West / Judy O’Brien

What Happens at Home… (2010) … Marjorie West (uncredited)
Public Enemy (2010) … Judy O’Brien
 2010/I Burlesque
Girl on the Street (uncredited)
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Little Boy’s Mom

Chuck Versus the Suitcase (2010) … Little Boy’s Mom (uncredited)
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Calleigh Duquesne Photo Double / Photo Double

All Fall Down (2010) … Calleigh Duquesne Photo Double
Time Bomb (2010) … Photo Double (uncredited)
 2010 House (TV Series)
Speed Dater

Private Lives (2010) … Speed Dater (uncredited)
 2010/I Valentine’s Day
Soccer Mom (uncredited)
 2005 Scan (Short)
The Other Woman
 2005 Gilmore Girls (TV Series)
Girl #8

Women of Questionable Morals (2005) … Girl #8 (uncredited)
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 2002 Scrutiny (Short)
 2002 Friendly Criminal (Short)
 1998 The Replacement Killers
Mourner (uncredited)
 1991 Father of the Bride
Neighbor Girl (uncredited)


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Episode #1.7 (2017) … Kate
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 2015-2017 The Katering Show (TV Series)

Booze revooze (2017) … Kate
End of Days (2016) … Kate
Chienging Flavours (2016) … Kate
Tying the Not (2016) … Kate
The Cook and the Kates (2016) … Kate
 2016 Dogstar: Christmas in Space (TV Movie)
Simone Clark / Celeste Sharp (voice)
 2016 Slumber Party (TV Series)

 2016 Comedy Showroom: Bleak (TV Short)
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 2014-2015 Winners & Losers (TV Series)
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Happy Endings (2015) … Kathryn Piper
Pride and Prejudice (2015) … Kathryn Piper
The New Me (2014) … Kathryn Piper
 2015 Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane (TV Series)

Waterworld (2015) … Megan
 2014-2015 The Flamin’ Thongs (TV Series)
Narelle Thong

The Boy Who Cried Blowflyman (2015) … Narelle Thong (voice)
Band All Over the World (2014) … Narelle Thong (voice)
Cindnarella (2014) … Narelle Thong (voice)
Meat the Queen (2014) … Narelle Thong (voice)
World War Shoe (2014) … Narelle Thong (voice)
 2014 House Husbands (TV Series)

Episode #3.2 (2014) … Skye
 2014 Bleak: The Web Series (TV Series short)

Episode #1.2 (2014) … Anna
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Anna
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Anna
Episode #1.4 (2014) … Anna
 2013 It’s a Date (TV Series)

Do Opposites Attract? (2013) … Jessica
 2012 Exchange Student Zero (TV Movie)
Charity (voice)
 2007-2011 Dogstar (TV Series)

Episode #2.26 (2011) … Simone (voice)
The Greening of Gavin (2011) … Simone (voice)
Episode #2.24 (2011) … Simone (voice)
Titanium Chef (2011) … Simone (voice)
Episode #2.22 (2011) … Simone (voice)
 2011 Ben Elton Live from Planet Earth (TV Series)
Ensemble Cast

Episode #1.3 (2011) … Ensemble Cast
Episode #1.2 (2011) … Ensemble Cast
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Ensemble Cast
 2010 Kwik Fix (Short)
 2010 Offspring (TV Series)
Café Girl

Two Sisters (2010) … Café Girl
 2009 Four Minutes of Fame (Short)
Karla Tutt
 2008 The Mansion (TV Series)
Various Characters

Episode #1.13 (2008) … Various Characters
Episode #1.12 (2008) … Various Characters
Episode #1.11 (2008) … Various Characters
Episode #1.10 (2008) … Various Characters
Episode #1.9 (2008) … Various Characters
 2005 Let Loose Live (TV Series)
Various Characters

Episode #1.2 (2005) … Various Characters
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Various Characters
 2003 MDA (TV Series)

Bigger Fish to Fry (2003) … Fan
 2003 Stingers (TV Series)

A Horse Is a Horse (2003) … Melissa


Kate McCartney is a writer and actress, known for The Katering Show (2015), The Astronomer (2006) and Killer Elite (2011).
Actress (12 credits)
 2017 Get Krack!n (TV Series)

Episode #1.8 (2017) … Kate
Episode #1.7 (2017) … Kate
Episode #1.6 (2017) … Kate
Episode #1.5 (2017) … Kate
Episode #1.4 (2017) … Kate
 2015-2017 The Katering Show (TV Series)

Booze revooze (2017) … Kate
End of Days (2016) … Kate
Chienging Flavours (2016) … Kate
Tying the Not (2016) … Kate
The Cook and the Kates (2016) … Kate
 2016 Offspring (TV Series)
Bianca Beaufort

Getting to Know You (2016) … Bianca Beaufort
 2016 Slumber Party (TV Series)

 2016 Comedy Showroom: Bleak (TV Short)
 2013 The Time of Our Lives (TV Series)
Tracey Mancred

The Wedding (2013) … Tracey Mancred
 2012 Problems (TV Series)
‘Awww’ Woman.

First Hot Day (2012) … ‘Awww’ Woman.
 2012 Outland (TV Series)

Rae (2012) … Jade
 2011/I Everyman (Short)
 2004 Kath & Kim (TV Series)

 2004 Hamish & Andy (TV Series)

Episode #1.6 (2004) … Various
Episode #1.5 (2004) … Various
Episode #1.4 (2004) … Various
Episode #1.3 (2004) … Various
Episode #1.2 (2004) … Various
 2003-2004 Big Bite (TV Series)
Various Characters

Big Bite: Sick Units (2004) … Various Characters
Big Bite Takes on TV (2004) … Various Characters
Episode #1.13 (2004) … Various Characters
Episode #1.12 (2003) … Various Characters
Episode #1.11 (2003) … Various Characters


Nakkiah Lui is an actress and writer, known for Brown Lips (2017), Black Comedy (2014) and Resting Pitch Face (2018).
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Actress (4 credits)
 2018 Resting Pitch Face (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2018) … Mahala
Episode #1.2 (2018) … Mahala
Gender Parody … Mahala
 2017 Kiki and Kitty (TV Series)

Live Fast, Die Young (2017) … Kiki
Big Trouble in Little ‘Gina (2017) … Kiki
A Blessing in Disguise (2017) … Kiki
Ice, Ice Baby (2017) … Kiki
 2017 The Letdown (TV Series)

Super Mum (2017) … Doctor
 2014-2016 Black Comedy (TV Series)
Various Characters

Episode #2.6 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.5 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.4 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.3 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.2 (2016) … Various Characters
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (4 credits)
 2017 Get Krack!n (TV Series) (additional writing – 1 episode)

Episode #1.6 (2017) … (additional writing)
 2017 Brown Lips (Short)
 2014-2016 Black Comedy (TV Series) (writer – 12 episodes)

Episode #2.6 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.5 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.4 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.3 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.2 (2016) … (writer)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (1 credit)
 2016 Black Comedy (TV Series) (associate producer – 6 episodes)

Episode #2.6 (2016) … (associate producer)
Episode #2.5 (2016) … (associate producer)
Episode #2.4 (2016) … (associate producer)
Episode #2.3 (2016) … (associate producer)
Episode #2.2 (2016) … (associate producer)


Beth Stelling is a stand-up comedian, actress and writer who has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan, The Pete Holmes Show, Comedy Central’s @midnight and Showtime’s Comedy of SXSW. Stelling’s sophomore comedy album “Simply the Beth” was released in conjunction with her Comedy Central half hour stand-up special that Vulture named one of the “10
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Actress (15 credits)
 2013 Profiles in Cowardice (Short) (completed)
 2018 Crashing (TV Series)
Beth Stelling

Roast Battle (2018) … Beth Stelling
 2018 Corporate (TV Series)

Corporate Retreat (2018) … Natasha
 2017 Get Krack!n (TV Series)
Dr. Joy Klawn

Episode #1.3 (2017) … Dr. Joy Klawn
 2017 The High Court (TV Series short)
Guest Bailiff (2017)
 2016 Red Oaks (TV Series)

Independence Day (2016) … Margot
The Bris (2016) … Margot
Old Flames (2016) … Margot
 2016 Pickle and Peanut (TV Series)

Volcano/Bike Jumper (2016) … Girl (voice)
 2016 The Whizz (Short)
 2015 This Isn’t Funny
 2015 Staring at Trees (Short)
 2013 Librarians (Video short)
Book Thief
 2013 Kam Kardashian (TV Series short)
Agent Stone

Orange You Glawd (2013) … Agent Stone
 2012 The Best of Craigslist (TV Series short)
Renter’s Friend

Vol. 7: I Have a Huge Bathroom (2012) … Renter’s Friend
 2011 So Many Days (Short)
 2010 Detroit 1-8-7 (TV Series)

Lost Child/Murder 101 (2010) … Greta