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Eileen Davidson
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Born Eileen Marie Davidson
(1959-06-15) June 15, 1959 (age 58)
Artesia, California, U.S.
  • Actress
  • author
Years active 1982–present
Children 1
Website Official website

Eileen Marie Davidson[1] (born June 15, 1959) is an American actress, reality star, author and former model, best known for her performances in television soap operas. Davidson is best known for her roles in soap operas as Kristen DiMera on NBC‘s Days of Our Lives, and Ashley Abbott on CBS‘s The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful.

In 2014, for her role in Days of Our Lives, Davidson was awarded a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, the second actress to win a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of “Lead Actress” for the soap;[2] and in 2018 she won the award again for her role on The Young and the Restless.[3] Davidson also starred in the film The House on Sorority Row (1983), had a leading role in the short-lived CBS crime series Broken Badges (1990–91), and wrote a number of mystery novels in the 2000s. In 2014, Davidson joined the cast of Bravo reality television series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills with record salary of $750,000 per season.[4]

Early life[edit]

Davidson, the youngest of six children, was born in Artesia, California to Charlotte (1922–2016), a homemaker, and Richard Davidson (1915–1981), an airplane parts manufacturer. She was raised Catholic.[5][6] Davidson started her career as a model in Mexico City and California, eventually adding commercials and print work in Europe. Her roommate had recommended that she take acting classes and she trained at the Staircase Theater.


Early work[edit]

Davidson originated the role of Ashley Abbott on The Young and the Restless in March 1982, beating out more than 100 candidates.[6] The character of Ashley became a front-burner character, and Davidson became an integral part of the show. She quit the show in December 1988 and the producers took her recommendation of hiring a look-alike actress named Brenda Epperson Doumani, whom Davidson had discovered waiting tables at a charity function. Davidson also appeared in several films during the 1980s, including a main role in the slasher film The House on Sorority Row (1983), and Easy Wheels (1989), opposite Ted Raimi.

Davidson then appeared in primetime television, but her show, Broken Badges (1990–1991), was canceled.[7] She returned to daytime when she assumed the role of Kelly Capwell on Santa Barbara from November 1991 until the soap’s cancelation in January 1993. She next appeared as Kristen Blake on Days of Our Lives beginning in May 1993. As originally conceived, Kristen was a heroine, who had an Achilles’ heel in that the show’s supervillain, Stefano, had raised her after the death of her parents. James E. Reilly, who assumed head writing reins in 1993, began to make Kristen more of a villainess. Reilly eventually developed an outrageous second role for Davidson, having her play Susan Banks, a Kristen look-alike. Reilly eventually penned three more roles for Davidson (Sister Mary Moira, Thomas, and Penelope). Her character, Kristen, intended to keep her other character, Susan, prisoner on an island, but Susan ultimately prevailed and Kristen remained on the island until she returned to Salem in 2012. All other related characters were last seen in May 1998. Davidson’s five roles earned her a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in 1998.

After a year-long vacation from acting, she returned to her role on The Young and the Restless in March 1999. After a successful return as Ashley Abbott, which included Davidson’s second Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress, Davidson was fired from the show. In December 2006, Davidson told TV Guide that she was fired from The Young and the Restless due to lack of storyline.[8] Her last airdate as Ashley was January 11, 2007. According to co-star Melody Thomas Scott, the firing was protested behind the scenes of The Young and the Restless and was seen as unfair.[9] Scott said: “That was so heartbreaking. We’re still upset about that. That was a blow. Terrible. Eileen Davidson was such a part of the core of the show and such a brilliant actress; beautiful and always prepared. It was crazy. I’m not the only one who feels that way.”[9] In a surprise move a few months later, Davidson signed a three-year contract with The Young and the Restless’s sister soap The Bold and the Beautiful to once again play her The Young and the Restless character Ashley Abbott at the request of The Bold and the Beautiful executive producer Bradley Bell. She first aired on March 9, 2007.[10] Ken Corday called Davidson about a week before she was fired from The Young and the Restless to get permission to use a picture of her on Days of Our Lives. The picture, which featured Davidson as Susan, was shown in December 2006.

Davidson at the 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards.

After she was fired from The Young and the Restless but before being cast in The Bold and the Beautiful, her niece Devon Martt, a fashion designer, approached her about designing clothes together.

Writing and acting[edit]

Davidson co-wrote her first novel with author Robert J. Randisi, a mystery set in the soap opera world titled Death in Daytime, released in October 2008. She followed it up with three sequels: Dial Emmy for Murder (2009), Diva Las Vegas (2010), and Swinging in the Rain (2011).[11]

In July 2008, Eileen was downgraded to recurring status at The Bold and the Beautiful. She returned to The Young and the Restless full-time as Ashley on September 26, 2008. In 2012, Nelson Branco announced that Sony Pictures Entertainment wanted Davidson on both The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives, but that Y&R would not share the actress, leading Sony to terminate her contract with them. Thus, it was announced that Davidson would reprise her role as Kristen Blake DiMera on Days of Our Lives.[12]

Davidson made a brief appearance on The Young and the Restless in February 2013 for the soap’s 40th anniversary.[13] In July 2013, it was announced that Davidson made the decision to leave Days of Our Lives after a year as Kristen.[14] Davidson exited the role on-screen on November 13, 2013.[15] In late November, it was confirmed that Davidson would return for an episode scheduled to air on December 3, 2013.[16]

On January 28, 2014, it was announced that Davidson would return to the role of Kristen DiMera in the summer of 2014.[17] On May 1, 2014, it was formally announced that Davidson was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series for Days of Our Lives. It’s her third Daytime Emmy Award nomination, her second for Days. She won the award on June 22, 2014.[18]

On June 17, 2014, it was announced that Davidson had signed a contract to return to The Young and the Restless.[19] Subsequently, Davidson revealed that her Y&R contract was for two years and that it included a stipulation that she could continue doing Days of Our Lives in the future, as well as having the option of taking a break if work became too hectic.[20] Davidson also joined the cast of the fifth season of Bravo reality television series, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.[21] On November 17, 2014, it was announced that Davidson was back on-set of Days of Our Lives, with a stint set to air in spring 2015.[22] On June 12, 2017, it was announced that Davidson would return to Days of Our Lives.[23][24]

Personal life[edit]

Davidson has been married three times: first to actor Christopher Mayer from 1985–86. Her second husband was General Hospital, Port Charles, and As the World Turns actor Jon Lindstrom, to whom she was married from 1997 to 2000. Mayer and Lindstrom were both stars of TV series Santa Barbara, a show on which Davidson also spent two years. Neither appeared on the show at the same time. Her first two marriages ended in divorce. She is currently married to actor, former tennis professional, and World Poker Tour commentator Vincent Van Patten. They have one child together, a son. The pair met in 2000, when Van Patten briefly appeared as Christian, Ashley’s “boyfriend” during a cruise, on The Young and the Restless.[25]


List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Notes
1982 Goin’ All the Way! BJ Film
1982 The Phoenix Ellie Episode: “The Fire Within”
1999–2013, 2014–present
The Young and the Restless Ashley Abbott Series regular
1983 The House on Sorority Row Vicki Film
1989 Easy Wheels She Wolf Film
1990 Eternity Dahlia / Valerie Film
1990 Broken Badges J.J. “Bullet” Tingreedes Main role; seven episodes
1991–1993 Santa Barbara Kelly Capwell #4 Series regular
1993–1998, 2012–2015, 2017 Days of Our Lives Kristen DiMera, Susan Banks,Sister Mary Moira, Penelope Kent,

Thomas Banks

Series regular (on all roles)Guest (2017)
2007–2008 The Bold and the Beautiful Ashley Abbott Series regular
2012 Hell and Mr. Fudge Mrs. Fudge Film
2013 Stranger at the Pentagon Deena Thor Short film
2014–2018 The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Herself Series regular (seasons 5-7)
Guest (season 8)
2017 The Guest House Dr. Hopkins Film
TBA Symphoria Vickey Lewis Film; post-production


Davidson collaborated with Robert J. Randisi on all the novels listed.

List of novels
Date of publication Title
2008 (October) Death In Daytime
2009 Dial Emmy For Murder
2010 Diva Las Vegas
2011 Swinging In The Rain

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Title Result Ref.
1986 Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Daytime Drama The Young and the Restless Nominated [26]
1988 Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Heroine The Young and the Restless Nominated [27]
1997 Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Lead Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated [28]
1998 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Days of Our Lives Nominated [29]
1999 Soap Opera Digest Award Outstanding Lead Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated [30]
2000 Soap Opera Digest Award Favorite Return The Young and the Restless Nominated [31]
2003 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Nominated [32]
2014 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Days of Our Lives Won [33][34]
2018 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series The Young and The Restless Won [3]


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 2016 Free State of Jones
Mrs. Coleman
 2016 Midnight Special
Merrianne (Doak’s Wife)
 2015 The Big Short
Woman at Casino
 2015 NCIS: New Orleans (TV Series)
Commander Sarah Thomas

My City (2015) … Commander Sarah Thomas
 2014 American Horror Story (TV Series)

Test of Strength (2014) … Brenda
 2014 When the Game Stands Tall
Nurse Ballard
 2014 Reckless (TV Series)
Natalie Kelsey

Blind Sides (2014) … Natalie Kelsey
 2014 Salem (TV Series)
Mrs. Barker

Our Own Private America (2014) … Mrs. Barker
 2014 True Detective (TV Series)

The Locked Room (2014) … Linda
 2013 Parker
Jen Hurley
 2012 Treme (TV Series)

Careless Love (2012) … Irene
 2011 Seeking Justice
 2010 Welcome to the Rileys
 2008 Mutants


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 2018 Guardians of the Tomb
Milly Piper
 2017 Painted Woman
Julie Richards
 2017 Shadow of the Monarch
Agent Lace
 2016 Cleverman (TV Series)
Ash Kerry

Sun and Moon (2016) … Ash Kerry
A Free Ranger (2016) … Ash Kerry
Containment (2016) … Ash Kerry
First Contact (2016) … Ash Kerry
 2016 The Lennon Report
Barbara Kammerer
 2016 Creedmoria
Candy Cahill
 2016 The Paper Store
Annalee Monegan
 2014 Giant Killer Hogs (Short)
 2014 Rage of Innocence
Raven Sutton
 2014 Pathfinder (Short)
Girl in the Glass Case
 2013 The PET Squad Files (TV Series)
Angel Riley

The Exorcism of Angel Riley (2013) … Angel Riley
 2013 6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days (Short)
Lucy Cross
 2013/I The Beginning (Short)
 2012 Bell (Video short)
 2012 Manhaters!
 2012 Foxfur
 2011 Wrath
Leah Thompson
 2010 The Rose (Short)
Miss Winthorpe
 2010 Shifting Perspective (Short)
Carmel Reid
 2009 The Mad Chase: Aka the Chase (Short)
Fan Dancer
 2008 Weapon of Choice (Short)
 2008 Swift and Shift Couriers (TV Series)
Kylie Brown

The Polar Bear Suit (2008) … Kylie Brown
 2008 Out of the Blue (TV Series)
Sales Person

Episode #1.57 (2008) … Sales Person
 2007 The Consulate (Short)
Sarah Rael
 2007 All Saints (TV Series)
Tully McIntyre

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 2007 Ophelia (Short)
 2007 Just Married (Short)
 2006 Chocolates (Short)
The Girl in The Glass Case
 2005/II Gestation (Short)
 2005/II White Noise (Short)


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Lover (2018) … Jenny
 2017 The Stray
Michelle Davis
 2016 Code Black (TV Series)

Sleight of Hand (2016) … Julia
 2015 ‘Tis the Season for Love (TV Movie)
 2015 Christmas in the Smokies
Shelby Haygood
 2015 Revenge (TV Series)
April Hunter

Retaliation (2015) … April Hunter
 2014 Along Came a Nanny (TV Movie)
Jessie White
 2014 Witches of East End (TV Series)
Raven Moreau

For Whom the Spell Tolls (2014) … Raven Moreau
Box to the Future (2014) … Raven Moreau
Poe Way Out (2014) … Raven Moreau
The Fall of the House of Beauchamp (2014) … Raven Moreau
 2014 The Judge
Lisa Palmer
 2014 Looking for Mr. Right (TV Movie)
 2014 Love Finds You in Sugarcreek (TV Movie)
Rachel Troyler
 2013 Fir Crazy (TV Movie)
Elise MacReynolds
 2013 A Woman Betrayed (TV Movie)
Gwen Griffith
 2007-2012 Chuck (TV Series)
Ellie Bartowski

Chuck Versus the Goodbye (2012) … Ellie Bartowski
Chuck Versus Sarah (2012) … Ellie Bartowski
Chuck Versus the Bullet Train (2012) … Ellie Bartowski
Chuck Versus Bo (2012) … Ellie Bartowski
Chuck Versus the Kept Man (2012) … Ellie Bartowski
 2011/I The Good Doctor
 2009 Hawthorne (TV Series)

No Guts, No Glory (2009) … Courtney
 2008/II Smother
 2006-2007 What About Brian (TV Series)
Marjorie Seaver

What About the Lake House… (2007) … Marjorie Seaver
What About Marjorie… (2007) … Marjorie Seaver
What About the Exes… (2007) … Marjorie Seaver
What About the Tangled Web… (2007) … Marjorie Seaver
What About True Confessions? (2006) … Marjorie Seaver
 2004-2006 Dr. Vegas (TV Series)
Veronica Harold

For Love or Money (2006) … Veronica Harold
Heal thyself (2006) … Veronica Harold
Babe in the Woods (2005) … Veronica Harold
Out Damned Spot (2004) … Veronica Harold
Lust for Life (2004) … Veronica Harold
 2003-2006 Everwood (TV Series)
Madison Kellner

Foreverwood: Part 2 (2006) … Madison Kellner (scenes deleted)
Fate Accomplis (2005) … Madison Kellner
A Mountain Town (2005) … Madison Kellner
For Every Action… (2004) … Madison Kellner (voice, uncredited)
The Day Is Done (2004) … Madison Kellner
 2002-2006 Scrubs (TV Series)
Lisa / Gift Shop Lisa

My Urologist (2006) … Gift Shop Lisa
My New Old Friend (2003) … Lisa
My Monster (2002) … Lisa
 2006 Four Kings (TV Series)

One Night Stand Off (2006) … Heather
 2005/I Living with the Enemy (TV Movie)
Allison Conner Lauder
 2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Mrs. Mercer

Precious Metal (2003) … Mrs. Mercer
 2003 Six Feet Under (TV Series)
Alternate Daughter

Perfect Circles (2003) … Alternate Daughter
 2003 7th Heaven (TV Series)

Stand Up (2003) … Veronica
 2002 Catch Me If You Can
Riverbend Woman
 2002 Half & Half (TV Series)

 2002 That ’70s Show (TV Series)

Over the Hills and Far Away (2002) … Melanie
 2002 Off Centre (TV Series)

Love Is a Pain in the A** (2002) … Kendall
 2002 Boston Public (TV Series)
Chrissy Fields

Chapter Forty-Two (2002) … Chrissy Fields
Chapter Thirty-Five (2002) … Chrissy Fields
 2001 Dharma & Greg (TV Series)

Wish We Weren’t Here (2001) … Wendy
 2001 Straight White Male (TV Movie)
 2000 Cruel Intentions 2 (Video)
Millicent Davies (scenes deleted)
 2000 Lovers Lane
Chloe Grefe
 2000 Teacher’s Pet
Tracy Carlay
 2000 Rocket’s Red Glare (TV Movie)
 2000 Dawson’s Creek (TV Series)

Stolen Kisses (2000) … Shelley
 2000 Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane (TV Series)

The Customer Is Always Vic (2000) … Eileen
 1999 Sorority (TV Movie)
Skylar Sinclair
 1999 Undressed (TV Series)

Plus One (1999) … Liz
Asian Sensation (1999) … Liz
Z Date (1999) … Liz
 1999 Michael Landon, the Father I Knew (TV Movie)
Leslie Landon
 1999 Rescue 77 (TV Series)

A Bumpy Ride (1999)
 1998 Conrad Bloom (TV Series)
Pretty Girl

The Spazz Singer (1998) … Pretty Girl
 1998 Pacific Blue (TV Series)
Julianne Taylor

Best Laid Plans (1998) … Julianne Taylor
 1997 NightMan (TV Series)

Still of the Night (1997) … Gloria
 1997 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (TV Series)

Dante’s Inferno (1997) … Jean
 1997 Unhappily Ever After (TV Series)

B-Minus Blues (1997) … Alice
 1993-1996 Saved by the Bell: The New Class (TV Series)
Rachel Meyers

Fire at the Max: Part 1 (1996) … Rachel Meyers
Fire at the Max: Part 2 (1996) … Rachel Meyers
Stealing Screech (1996) … Rachel Meyers
Balancing Act (1996) … Rachel Meyers
The Kiss (1996) … Rachel Meyers


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Nuevo plan (2012) … Aranza
Las puertas del infierno (2012) … Aranza
Medios hermanos (2012) … Aranza
Mala fama (2012) … Aranza
 2012 Café Cea (TV Movie)
 2011 Hoping Heart (TV Series)

El homenaje de Lucrecia Duprís (2011) … Isabella
Separación (2011) … Isabella
 2011 The Power of Destiny (TV Series)

Piensa en el divorcio (2011) … Jenny
El embarazo de Lucía (2011) … Jenny
David y Maripaz se casan (2011) … Jenny
Diez años después (2011) … Jenny
 2011 With You, Without You (TV Series)

Dispuesto (2011)
Pide tiempo (2011)
Misma petición (2011)
 2011 Vino Tinto (Short)
The Wife
 2010 Little White Lies
Cliente (uncredited)
 2010 The Pink Lady (Short)
The Sporty Girl (as Sarah Luna Barlondo)
 2010 Caméra café 2 (TV Series)
La secretaire

L’anniversaire (2010) … La secretaire
 2009 Murphy’s Law
La cliente
 2009 Micmacs
Journaliste (uncredited)
 2009 Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky
The Young Girl in Red (uncredited)
 2009 Canal presque (TV Series)
La touriste

Episode #1.17 (2009) … La touriste
 2009 Second Chance (TV Series)

Episode #1.179 (2009) … Secretary
Episode #1.178 (2009) … Secretary
Episode #1.177 (2009) … Secretary
Episode #1.180 (2009) … Secretary
 2009 Paris 16ème (TV Series)
La meilleure copine

Episode #1.7 (2009) … La meilleure copine
 2009 La vie est à nous (TV Series)
La fan

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 2008 Beauties at War
Miss 1995 (uncredited)
 2008 Burning Desire (Short)
 2008 Cry (Short)
 2008 Set Up Your Life (Short)
 2008 For the Heart I Once Had (Short)


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Million Dollar Question (2012) … Herself (voice, as Dawson)
Not the Only Actor on This Island (2012) … Herself – Kalabaw Tribe (as Dawson, credit only)
Down and Dirty (2012) … Herself – Kalabaw Tribe (as Dawson)
Got My Swag Back (2012) … Herself – Kalabaw Tribe (as Dawson)
 2012 Survivor: Philippines Preview (TV Special)
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 2013 Late Bloomers (TV Series)
 2012 Seventeen Hours In (Short)
 2009-2011 Party Girl Plus One (TV Series)

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My Own Private Freakdom (2010) … Jen
Three’s Company (2010) … Jen
The Talented Mr. Somebody (2010) … Jen
The World Is Mine (2010) … Jen
 2010 The Blue Light (Short)
Head Nurse
 2009 Firsts (Short)
 2009 The Big Sayonara (Short)
Jennifer Donahoe
 2008-2009 Mad Men (TV Series)

The Grown-Ups (2009) … Ethel
The New Girl (2008) … Ethel
 2009 On the Table (Short)
 2007 Beyond the Line (Short)
 2007 Play/House (Short)
 2006 Chat
 2006 Quick Pick
Rudy’s Girlfirend
 2005 40 Seconds (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2009-2011 Party Girl Plus One (TV Series) (11 episodes)

Booty Calls (2011)
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 2009-2011 Party Girl Plus One (TV Series) (executive producer – 11 episodes)

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Three’s Company (2010) … (executive producer)
The Talented Mr. Somebody (2010) … (executive producer)
The World Is Mine (2010) … (executive producer)
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 2010-2011 Party Girl Plus One (TV Series) (7 episodes)

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 2017 Niles Canyon (Short)
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Marcia, Marcia, Marcia (2016) … Francine Florio-Bunten / Juror
The Race Card (2016) … Francine Florio-Bunten / Juror
100% Not Guilty (2016) … Francine Florio-Bunten / Juror
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 2015 30 Nights (Short)
Ms. Walsh
 2014/II Drowning (Short)
 2014 Sleeping Dogs Lie (Short)
 2014 Earth to Echo
Betty Barrett
 2014 Instant Mom (TV Series)
Mrs. Mahary

Chore Money, Chore Problems (2014) … Mrs. Mahary
 2012-2013 Scandal (TV Series)
Secretary of State

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2013) … Secretary of State
A Criminal, a Whore, an Idiot and a Liar (2013) … Secretary of State
One for the Dog (2013) … Secretary of State
Happy Birthday, Mr. President (2012) … Secretary of State
The Other Woman (2012) … Secretary of State
 2012 Luck (TV Series)
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Ace Meets with a Talented Whiz Kid (2012) … Discharge Nurse
 2011 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (TV Series)

Teenage Dating (2011) … Customer
 2011 Private Practice (TV Series)

The Breaking Point (2011) … Joan
 2011/I Jack and Jill
Actress / Queen Elizabeth
 2011 Parks and Recreation (TV Series)

Eagleton (2011) … Florence
 2010 The Big C (TV Series)

Pilot (2010) … Waitress
 2010 True Blood (TV Series)
Hospital Administrator

Hitting the Ground (2010) … Hospital Administrator
 2009 Lie to Me (TV Series)
Platoon Mate #2

Moral Waiver (2009) … Platoon Mate #2
 2007 Towelhead
 2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
ADA Janice Connolly

The Good (2006) … ADA Janice Connolly
 2004 Rescue Me (TV Series)

Gay (2004) … Lisa (as Louise Virginia Smith)
 2002 Ed (TV Series)

Two Days of Freedom (2002) … Thelma
 1999-2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
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Redemption (2001) … Admissions Nurse
A Single Life (1999) … Page
 2000 Lisa Picard Is Famous


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 2016 X-Men: Apocalypse
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 2015 19-2 (TV Series)

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 2013 30 Vies (TV Series)
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Mrs. Armstrong

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 2017/I Steps
 2017 See You Yesterday (Short)
C.J. Walker
 2017 Master of None (TV Series)
Teen Denise

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 2017 Roxanne Roxanne
 2015 Meadowland
 2014 Annie
 2013/II Double Crossed (Short)
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 2014 Annie (performer: “Maybe”, “It’s The Hard-Knock Life”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (5 credits)
 2015 5TH NAFCA: African Oscar (TV Special)
Herself – Nominee
 2015 Annie: It’s a Hard Knock Camp – Auditions and Training (Video short)
Herself / ‘Isabella’
 2014 The Kitchen (TV Series)
Herself – Isabella

Holiday Time (2014) … Herself – Isabella
 2012 The Joey & Elise Show (TV Series documentary)
Guest- Actress

Interviews at the 2012 Young Artist Awards in Hollywood~ Part 1 (2012) … Guest- Actress


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