Carla Bonner

Carla Bonner

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Carla Bonner
Born (1973-03-03) 3 March 1973 (age 45)
Melbourne, Australia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990s–present
Children 2

Carla Bonner (born 3 March 1973) is an Australian actress best known for playing the role of Stephanie Scully in the soap opera Neighbours, a role she played from 1999 to 2010. She was also a guest on Celebrity Big Brother Australia in 2002. Following her departure from Neighbours, Bonner wrote a book called Hook, Line and Sink Her and guest starred in an episode of Wentworth. She briefly reprised the role of Steph in 2013 and has returned to Neighbours as a permanent cast member since October 2015.

Career[edit]

Prior to her acting role on Neighbours, Bonner’s experience was confined to television commercials and programmes, including a guest role on Raw FM. When Emma Roche unexpectedly quit the role of Stephanie Scully in Neighbours, Bonner auditioned for the part and was immediately cast as Steph.[1]

On 3 June 2010, it was announced that Bonner had quit Neighbours after eleven years. The character of Stephanie was not killed off, leaving the door open for a potential return. The show’s executive producer, Susan Bower, said “The storylines on-air and coming up showcase what an exceptional talent Carla is and while fans will be disappointed, I promise Steph’s farewell will be long remembered and will do the character proud.”[2]

In 2012, Bonner wrote and published a dating book for men called Hook, Line and Sink Her.[3] That same year, it was announced that Bonner would be returning to Neighbours for two months.[4] The actress began filming her scenes in January 2013 and she made her on-screen return as Steph on 15 April 2013.[5] Bonner portrayed Manda Katsis in episode four of Wentworth.[6] On 10 September 2013, it was announced that Bonner had teamed up with writer and producer Gary O’Toole to develop a 12-part television series based on Hook, Line and Sink Her.[7]

Bonner appeared in the ABC3 teen drama Ready for This in 2015.[8] In July of that year, it was announced Bonner had returned to Neighbours as Steph. She appeared on-screen from October.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Bonner lives in St Kilda East, Melbourne with her sons Harley Bonner (born April 1991) and Jhye, (born January 1998). Harley joined the cast of Neighbours in 2013. He originally refused to be on the show, but changed his mind when he was cast as Josh Willis.[10]

Outside Neighbours Bonner follows various public pursuits. She has been involved in several mainstream Australian charities over the years.

Bonner is best friends with Kym Valentine, who played Libby Kennedy in Neighbours. Bonner’s character and Valentine’s character are also best friends.[citation needed]

In 2007 Bonner was involved in a car accident and was charged with “unlicensed driving” amongst other offences. She was convicted and fined $1,000.[11][12]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Raw FM Erin Episode: “Cara”
1999–2010, 2013, 2015– Neighbours Stephanie Scully Regular role
2013 Wentworth Manda Katsis Episode: “The Things We Do”
2015 Ready for This Coach Beaton
Actress (14 credits)
 2013 Fate to Love (completed)
Ana
 1999-2018 Neighbours (TV Series)
Stephanie Scully / Steph Scully / Stephanie Hoyland / …

Episode #1.7810 (2018) … Steph Scully
Episode #1.7809 (2018) … Steph Scully
Episode #1.7807 (2018) … Steph Scully
Episode #1.7804 (2018) … Steph Scully
Episode #1.7803 (2018) … Steph Scully
 2016 The Agent (TV Series)
Jo

Episode #1.5 (2016) … Jo
Episode #1.4 (2016) … Jo
Episode #1.3 (2016) … Jo
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Jo
Episode #1.1 (2016) … Jo
 2015 Ready for This (TV Series)
Coach Beaton

My Life (2015) … Coach Beaton
Stage Fright (2015) … Coach Beaton
It’s Not You (2015) … Coach Beaton
Fresh Meat (2015) … Coach Beaton
Back on Track (2015) … Coach Beaton
 2014 Mama’s Gun (Short)
Mary Wiley
 2013 FATE – It Is What It Is! (Short)
Ana
 2013 Love: It’s all around! (Short)
Ana
 2013 The House Cleaner
Thommie
 2013 Fun City (Short)
Ramona
 2013 His Will (Short)
Solicitor
 2013 Wentworth Prison (TV Series)
Manda Katsis

The Things We Do (2013) … Manda Katsis
 2012 Planet unEarth (TV Series)

Episode #2.2 (2012)
 1997 Raw FM (TV Series)
Erin

Cara (1997) … Erin
 1997 Mr. Nice Guy
Cameo (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (6 credits)
 2016 Formula 1: Ten Sport (TV Series)
Herself – Social Lounge Guest

2016 Australian Grand Prix – Practice (2016) … Herself – Social Lounge Guest
 2015 Have You Been Paying Attention? (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #3.26 (2015) … Herself
 2011 Planet unEarth (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.1 (2011) … Herself
 2010 The 7PM Project (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.128 (2010) … Herself
 2008 ‘Neighbours’ on Five (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 2000 Neighbours Revealed (TV Series documentary)
Herself / Stephanie Scully

Episode #1.5 (2000) … Herself / Stephanie Scully
Episode #1.4 (2000) … Herself / Stephanie Scully
Episode #1.3 (2000) … Herself / Stephanie Scully
Episode #1.2 (2000) … Herself / Stephanie Scully
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MARIAH BONNER

Mariah Bonner was born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for The Social Network (2010), Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning (2012) and Rules of Engagement (2007).
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Actress (34 credits)
 2017 Andi Mack (TV Series)
Mrs. Sanchez

Friends Like These (2017) … Mrs. Sanchez
 2017 Growth: VR (TV Series)
Yoga Instructor

Hot Yoga (2017) … Yoga Instructor
 2017 Scorpion (TV Series)
Natalya Abelev

Keep It in Check, Mate (2017) … Natalya Abelev
 2016 Blend In (TV Movie)
Toni
 2016 Atomic Shark (TV Movie)
Felice
 2016 The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series)
Quinn’s Mother

Episode #1.7264 (2016) … Quinn’s Mother
 2015 Documentary Now! (TV Series)
Model Intern

DRONEZ: The Hunt for El Chingon (2015) … Model Intern
 2015 Elisa (Short)
Elisa
 2015 Granite Flats (TV Series)
Jenny

All Truths Wait in All Things (2015) … Jenny
Form and Union and Plan (2015) … Jenny
 2014 Starve
Candice
 2014/III 4 (Short)
Lilli
 2014 In the Doorway (Short)
Matilda
 2014 The Activist
Secretary Victoria
 2014 Switched at Birth (TV Series)
Eve

Fountain (2014) … Eve
 2013 Lionne Blanche (Short)
She
 2013 The Client List (TV Series)
Amelie

Wild Nights Are Calling (2013) … Amelie
 2013/II Shadow People
Maggie
 2012 Los Tienes? (Short)
French Girl 2
 2012 Got Rights? (Short)
French Female
 2012/X Broken (Short)
Call Girl
 2012 L2 Living (TV Series)
Anna #2

Pilot: My Girlfriend Dated Fabio (2012) … Anna #2
 2012 Jane by Design (TV Series)
Xandra

The Look Book (2012) … Xandra
 2011 The Split (Video short)
Shelley
 2011 Freerunner
Dedee
 2011 Mask Maker
Hillary
 2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Iona Vaci

Unleashed (2011) … Iona Vaci
 2010 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)
Margaux

Mannequin Head Ball (2010) … Margaux
 2010 The Social Network
Tori
 2010 I Am Not a Princess (Short)
March Hare
 2009 Ma cité, mon histoire (Short)
Katherine (as Maria Bonner)
 2004 Qui mange quand? (TV Movie)
April (as Maria Bonner)

PATTI MURIN

Patti Murin is an actress, known for Royal Pains (2009), Chicago Med (2015) and Before We Made It (2012). She has been married to Colin Donnell since June 19, 2015.

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Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2018
Anna
[Regional (US)]
Denver Center Pre-Broadway Engagement, 2017
Anna
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2016
Sally
[St. Louis, MO (Regional)]
The Muny 2015 Production, 2015
Linda Mason
[Off-Broadway]
City Center Encores Production, 2015
Performer
[East Haddam, CT (Regional)]
Goodspeed Opera House World Premiere Production, 2014
Linda Mason
[Off-Broadway]
Playwrights Horizons Production, 2014
Performer
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2011
Lysistrata Jones
[Off-Broadway]
Transport Group Production, 2011
Lysistrata Jones
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2007
’40s Singer [Replacement]
Euterpe [Replacement]
Siren [Replacement]
Thetis [Replacement]
Performer (Swing)
Clio/Kira (Understudy)
[New York]
Reading, 2006
Performer
[Off-Broadway]
Musicals in Mufti Concert, 2005
Performer
[US Tour]
1st National Tour, 2005
Glinda [Replacement]
[New York]
Reading, 2004
Performer

Productions

[Broadway, 2007] [Replacement]
Dance Captain[Replacement]

Actress (3 credits)
 2016-2017 Chicago Med (TV Series)
Nina Shore

Love Hurts (2017) … Nina Shore
White Butterflies (2017) … Nina Shore
Deliver Us (2017) … Nina Shore
Generation Gap (2017) … Nina Shore
Ctrl Alt (2017) … Nina Shore
 2012-2016 Royal Pains (TV Series)
Ana / Ava

The Good News Is… (2016) … Ana
Dancing with the Devil (2012) … Ava
 2012 Before We Made It (TV Movie)
Anna
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2012 Submissions Only (TV Series) (special thanks – 1 episode)

Woof! (2012) … (special thanks)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
 2018 Today (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 30 March 2018 (2018) … Herself
 2017 91st Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (TV Special)
Herself
 2014 The Broadway.com Show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.17 (2014) … Herself

CAISSIE LEVY

Caissie Levy was born as Caissie Shira Levy. She is an actress, known for Gotham (2014), The Battery’s Down (2008) and Options (2018). She has been married to David Aaron Reiser since October 30, 2011.

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Roles (7)

Frozen Playbill - Opening Night Frozen (2018)
Opened Mar 22, 2018
  • as Elsa (Original)
Frozen - Opening Night
Les Misérables Playbill - Opening Night Les Misérables (2014)
Opened Mar 23, 2014
  • as Fantine (Original)
Les Misérables Playbill - Opening Night
  • Departed on Mar 1, 2015
Ghost the Musical Playbill - Opening Night Ghost The Musical (2012)
Opened Apr 23, 2012
  • as Molly Jensen (Original)
Ghost the Musical - Opening Night
Hair Playbill - Opening Night Hair (2009)
Opened Mar 31, 2009
  • as Sheila (Original)
Hair - Opening Night
  • Mar 6, 2009 – Mar 7, 2010
Hairspray Playbill - Opening Night, July 2002 Hairspray (2002)
Opened Aug 15, 2002
  • as Penny Pingleton (Replacement)
  • Departed on Sep 10, 2006
Wicked Playbill - July 2016 Wicked (2003)
Opened Oct 30, 2003
  • as Ensemble (Replacement)
  • as Elphaba (Understudy – Replacement)
Actress (8 credits)
 2018 Options (Short) (completed)
Avery Ross
 2016 Ms. Bula Banerjee (Short) (completed)
Lydia Chaney
 2018 Gotham (TV Series)
Tiffany Gale

A Dark Knight: Pieces of a Broken Mirror (2018) … Tiffany Gale
 2016 Creative Galaxy (TV Series)
Tooth Fairy

The Tooth Fairy: Part 1/The Tooth Fairy: Part 2 (2016) … Tooth Fairy (voice)
 2014 Wishenpoof (TV Series)
Snowbear Fairy

Episode #2.16 … Snowbear Fairy
 2012 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (TV Series)

Episode #4.33 (2012)
 2009 The Battery’s Down (TV Series)
LA Girl

I Think I’m Gonna Like it Here (2009) … LA Girl
 2009 Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series)
Sheila

Episode #16.131 (2009) … Sheila
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 2012 The 66th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special documentary) (performer: “Unchained Melody”, “I Had a Life”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (8 credits)
  Shapes of Rhythm: The Music of Galt MacDermot (Documentary) (post-production)
Herself – Interviewee: Actress
 2018 Today (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 30 March 2018 (2018) … Herself
 2014 The 68th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Herself
 2013-2014 The Broadway.com Show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.18 (2014) … Herself
Episode #2.9 (2014) … Herself
Episode #1.18 (2013) … Herself
Episode #1.3 (2013) … Herself
Episode #1.2 (2013) … Herself
 2012 The 66th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special documentary)
Herself – Performer
 2012 Show People with Paul Wontorek (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.25 (2012) … Herself
 2011 This Morning (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 5 August 2011 (2011) … Herself
 2011 The Laurence Olivier Awards 2011 (TV Special)
Herself

RENEE’ FLEMING

Renée Fleming was born on February 14, 1959 in Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA. She is an actress, known for The Shape of Water (2017), Now You See Me 2 (2016) and Closer (2004). She has been married to Tim Jessell since September 3, 2011. She was previously married to Richard Lee Ross.
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Actress (16 credits)
 2007-2017 The Metropolitan Opera HD Live (TV Series)
Countess / Marschallin / Hanna Glawari / …

R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier (2017) … Marschallin
Lehár: The Merry Widow (2015) … Hanna Glawari
Dvorák: Rusalka (2014) … Rusalka
Verdi: Otello (2012) … Desdemona
Handel: Rodelinda (2011) … Rodelinda
 2014 Arabella (TV Movie)
Arabella
 2013 Lucrezia Borgia
Lucrezia Borgia
 2011/I Margaret
Opera Singer
 2009 La Traviata (TV Movie)
Violetta Valéry
 2009 Der Rosenkavalier (TV Movie)
Feldmarschallin
 2006 La Traviata
Violetta Valéry
 2004 Capriccio (TV Movie)
The Countess
 2002 Rusalka (TV Movie)
Rusalka
 2001 Manon (TV Movie)
Manon Lescaut
 2001 Bride of the Wind
Frances Alda
 2000 Don Giovanni (TV Movie)
Donna Anna
 1996-1998 The Metropolitan Opera Presents (TV Series)
Countess Almaviva / Desdemona

Le nozze di Figaro (1998) … Countess Almaviva
Otello (1996) … Desdemona
 1994 Le nozze di Figaro (TV Movie)
The Countess
 1992 The Ghosts of Versailles (TV Movie)
Rosina

KELLI O’HARA

Kelli O’Hara was born on April 16, 1976 in Elk City, Oklahoma, USA. She is an actress, known for Sex and the City 2 (2010), Live from Lincoln Center (1976) and Numb3rs (2005). She has been married to Greg Naughton since July 28, 2007. They have two children.
Actress (21 credits)
 2015-2018 The Metropolitan Opera HD Live (TV Series)
Despina / Valancienne

Mozart: Così fan tutte (2018) … Despina
Lehár: The Merry Widow (2015) … Valancienne
 2018 The Independents
Kelly
 2017 The Accidental Wolf (TV Series)
Katie

Katie (2017) … Katie
Bradley (2017) … Katie
Ioana (2017) … Katie
Soothsayer (2017) … Katie
Interrogators (2017) … Katie
 2017 The Good Fight (TV Series)
Deirdre Kresteva

Stoppable: Requiem for an Airdate (2017) … Deirdre Kresteva
 2016 Masters of Sex (TV Series)
Dody

The Eyes of God (2016) … Dody
Topeka (2016) … Dody
In to Me You See (2016) … Dody
 2014 Peter Pan Live! (TV Movie)
Mrs. Darling
 2014 Submissions Only (TV Series)
Anna Grace

Having Foresight (2014) … Anna Grace
 2010-2013 Live from Lincoln Center (TV Series)
Julie Jordan / Nellie Forbush

South Pacific (2010) … Nellie Forbush
 2011 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Lisa

Mercy (2011) … Lisa
 2010 Sex and the City 2
Ellen
 2009 Clear Blue Tuesday
Anonymous Woman
 2008 Blue Blood (TV Movie)
Rebecca
 2008 Play or Be Played (TV Movie)
 2008 Click and Clack’s As the Wrench Turns (TV Series)
Beth

Boston Blackout (2008) … Beth
Campaign (2008) … Beth (voice)
 2008 Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series)
Ensign Nellie Forbush

Episode #15.125 (2008) … Ensign Nellie Forbush
 2007 The Key to Reserva (Short)
Grace Thornberry
 2007 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
Maria Reynolds

Alexander Hamilton (2007) … Maria Reynolds
 2007 Numb3rs (TV Series)
Rachel Lawton

Democracy (2007) … Rachel Lawton
 2007 All My Children (TV Series)
Leslie

Episode #1.9523 (2007) … Leslie
Episode #1.9510 (2007) … Leslie
 2005/I The Dying Gaul
Liz
 2001 Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical (TV Movie)
Katie (a Cockle Seller)

Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Roundabout Theatre Company Revival, 2018
Kate/Lilli Vanessi
[West End]
West End Revival Prodution, 2018
Anna
[Off-Broadway]
City Center Concert Production, 2017
Performer
[New York]
MasterVoices One Night Production, 2017
Contrary Mary
[New York]
Roundabout Theatre Company Benefit Concert, 2016
Lilli Vanessi/Katharine
[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Theatre Broadway Revival, 2015
Anna Leonowens
[Motion Picture]
NBC Live Televised Production, 2014
Mrs. Darling
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2014
Francesca Johnson
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2012
Billie Bendix
[Off-Broadway]
Public Theater Production, 2011
Regan
[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Revival, 2008
Ensign Nellie Forbush [Replacement]
Ensign Nellie Forbush
[Los Angeles]
Reprise! Concert, 2007
Dot/Marie
[New York]
New York Musical Theatre Festival Production, 2006
Performer
[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2006
Babe Williams
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2005
Clara Johnson
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2004
Lucy Westenra
[Off-Broadway]
2004
Performer
[Chicago (Regional)]
Regional Production, 2004
Performer
[New York]
Reading, 2003
Annabel Balch
[New York]
Workshop, 2003
Performer
[New York]
Reading, 2003
Farran
[Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 2003
Albertine
Albertine
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2002
Susan
[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2001
Young Hattie
Young Phyllis [Replacement]
Lady of the Ensemble
Young Heidi (Understudy)
Young Phyllis (Understudy)
Young Sally (Understudy)
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1997
Kate [Replacement]
Emma Carew (Understudy) [Replacement]

Katherine Langford

Katherine Langford

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Katherine Langford
Born (1996-04-29) 29 April 1996 (age 21)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Occupation Actress
Years active 2016–present

Katherine Langford (born 29 April 1996) is an Australian actress.[1] She is known for playing Hannah Baker in the 2017 Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, based on the novel of the same name, for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination.[2] In 2018, she appeared in the romantic comedy-drama film Love, Simon.

Early life[edit]

Langford was born in Perth[3] and raised in Applecross, a riverside suburb of Perth. She is the eldest daughter of Elizabeth Langford (née Green), a pediatrician, and Stephen Langford, a flying doctor and director of medical services at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Western Operations.[4][5][6][7] She began voice lessons in 2005, and received classical, jazz, and contemporary vocal training.[8] She was offered a place at Perth Modern School[9][10] for her senior high years, where she studied music and drama, and was sports captain and a nationally ranked swimmer.[11][12]

Initially during her time at high school, Langford was interested in medicine and politics, in addition to musical theatre. However, in 2012, when Langford was 16, she attended Lady Gaga‘s concert, the Born This Way Ball, which inspired her to learn how to play the piano.[13] She shared video of herself singing three original songs she wrote: “I’ve Got a Crush on Zoe Bosch,” “Young and Stupid,” and “3 Words.”[14][15] “Young and Stupid” is an anti-suicide song she wrote in 2013 after three Perth teens took their lives.[16] For her final year at Perth Modern, Langford stopped swimming and switched her focus to music and performance.[17] She was successful in a number of musical eisteddfods and drama competitions. Langford appeared in the school’s production of Hotel Sorrento in 2013[18][19] and graduated in 2014.[12][17][18]

After graduating high school, Langford was determined to become an actor. However, she was rejected from every acting school she applied to, on the grounds she was too young and did not have enough life experience. This led her to begin enrolling in acting classes and workshops in Perth, juggling three part-time jobs, and later finding herself an agent.[7][17] From 2014 to 2015, Langford studied at the Principal Academy of Dance & Theatre Arts, majoring in Music Theatre, and appeared in a production of Godspell. She was then one of five selected to participate in the National Institute of Dramatic Arts Advanced Actors Residency in 2015.[18][20] In the same year, she trained at Nicholson’s Academy of Screen Acting and portrayed the role of Juan Perón‘s mistress in the 2015 production of Evita.[18] Langford was offered a position in the Bachelor of Arts program in Acting at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and intended to begin studies in 2016.[12][20] However, she never enrolled and instead pursued professional roles.[12]

Career[edit]

Langford first appeared in several small independent films, including Imperfect Quadrant (2016), and Daughter (2016).[18][20] She portrayed the lead character in Daughter, which debuted at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.[20][21] In 2016, after declining the offer from Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Langford auditioned for Will, a television series centered on the young life of William Shakespeare. She did not get the role, which was instead given to Olivia DeJonge.[12]

Langford auditioned for the role in the mystery teen drama TV series 13 Reasons Why (2017–present) over Skype and had only 10 days to get an O-1 visa as she had not worked in the United States before.[22] She has received critical acclaim for her portrayal of the American high school student Hannah Baker in 13 Reasons Why.[23] Langford researched the role, speaking with a representative of the sexual assault awareness campaign “It’s On Us” and a psychiatrist who specializes in adolescence.[24] In December 2016, she signed with the William Morris Endeavor agency.[25]

Langford appeared in her first feature film, The Misguided, an independent comedy-drama by Shannon Alexander, which premiered in January 2018.[26] She also starred as Leah in the 2018 film Love, Simon, an adaptation of the coming-of-age novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, by Becky Albertalli.[27][28]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
2016 Daughter Scarlett Short film
Imperfect Quadrant Ruby Short film
2018 The Misguided Vesna
Love, Simon Leah Burke
2019 Spontaneous Mara Carley Filming [29]

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
13 Reasons Why 2017–present Hannah Baker Main role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref(s)
2017 Australians In Film Awards Screen Australia Breakthrough Award N/A Won [30]
Gold Derby Awards Breakthrough Performer of the Year 13 Reasons Why Nominated [31]
2018 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama 13 Reasons Why Nominated [32][33]
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama 13 Reasons Why Nominated [34][35]

ALEXANDRA SHIPP

Alexandra Shipp is best known for her role as the iconic mohawked super heroine ‘Storm’ in Twentieth Century Fox’s X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), directed by Bryan Singer. Shipp plays a younger version of ‘Storm’ (originally played by Halle Berry). Determined to make the mutant character her own, she delivers a new spin on ‘Storm,’ which many media …
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Actress (21 credits)
 2019 Shaft (filming)
 2019 X-Men: Dark Phoenix (post-production)
Ororo Munroe / Storm
 2018 Dude (completed)
Amelia
 2018 Love, Simon
Abby
 2018 Spinning Man
Anna
 2017 Tragedy Girls
McKayla Hooper
 2016 X-Men: Apocalypse
Ororo Munroe / Storm
 2016/IV The Deal (Short)
Monica
 2015 Your Family or Mine (TV Series)
Lucy

Pilot (2015) … Lucy
 2014 Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B (TV Movie)
Aaliyah Haughton
 2014 Drumline: A New Beat (TV Movie)
Dani Bolton
 2014 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Mary Beth

Episode #1.12450 (2014) … Mary Beth (as Alex Shipp)
Episode #1.12445 (2014) … Mary Beth
Episode #1.12403 (2014) … Mary Beth
Episode #1.12402 (2014) … Mary Beth
Episode #1.12377 (2014) … Mary Beth (as Alex Shipp)
 2014 Ray Donovan (TV Series)
Tiffany

Yo Soy Capitan (2014) … Tiffany
 2013 Awkward. (TV Series)
Abby Martin

Less Than Hero (2013) … Abby Martin
 2013 Occult (TV Movie)
Alana Hutchins
 2013 House of Anubis (TV Series)
KT Rush

Touchstone of Ra (2013) … KT Rush
House of Heroes (2013) … KT Rush
House of Ammut (2013) … KT Rush
House of Defeat (2013) … KT Rush
House of Hog (2013) … KT Rush
 2012 Victorious (TV Series)
Aleese

The Gorilla Club (2012) … Aleese
 2011 Switched at Birth (TV Series)
Ashley

Dance Amongst Daggers (2011) … Ashley

JULIE TAYMOR

Julie Taymor is an Academy Award-nominated director, known for such films as Frida (2002) and Across the Universe (2007). She was born on December 15, 1952, in Newton, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. Her father, Melvin Lester Taymor, was a gynecologist. Her mother, Elizabeth Bernstein, was a teacher of political science. Young Taymor was fond of…
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Actress (1 credit)
 2004 Great Performances (TV Series)

Bill Irwin: Clown Prince (2004)

Stage

Productions

[Broadway, 2017]
Director
[Off-Broadway, 2015]
Director
[Broadway, 2011]
Mask Designer
Director
[New York, 2007]
Director
Scenery/Costumes
[New York, 2005]
Director
[US Tour, 2002]
Puppet Co-Designer
Costume Designer
Lyricist
Mask Co-Designer
Director
[Broadway, 2000]
Director
Puppet Designer
Mask Designer
Puppets/Masks
[West End, 1999]
Director
Mask Designer
Costume Designer
Puppet Designer
[Broadway, 1997]
Costume Designer
Mask Designer
Director
Puppet Designer
[Broadway, 1996]
Mask Designer
Costume Designer
Scenic Designer
Director
Puppet Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1996]
Director
Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1989]
Puppet and Mask Designer
Director
Director
Scenic Designer
Costume Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1986]
Director
Choreographer
[Off-Broadway, 1986]
Puppets/Masks
Director
Choreographer
[Off-Broadway, 1986]
Puppet and Mask Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1984]
Scenic Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1982]
Scenic Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1981]
Costume Designer
Puppet and Mask Designer
Scenic Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1981]
Scenic Designer
Mask Designer
Puppet Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1980]
Scenic Designer
Puppet and Mask Designer
Costume Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1979]
Scenery/Costumes/Puppets/Masks
Writing
Bookwriter
Bookwriter
Conceiver
Bookwriter
Lyricist
Composer
Bookwriter
Bookwriter

Photos

Clive Owen, Donald Holder, Julie Taymor, Elliot Goldenthal, David Henry Hwang, Ma Cong, Jin Ha, Constance Hoffman and Paul Steinberg with the cast  during the Broadway Opening Night performance Curtain Call for 'M. Butterfly' on October 26, 2017 at Cort T
Clive Owen, Donald Holder, Julie Taymor, Elliot Goldenthal, David Henry Hwang, Ma Cong, Jin Ha, Constance Hoffman and Paul Steinberg with the cast during the Broadway Opening Night performance Curtain Call for ‘M. Butterfly’ on October 26, 2017 at Cort T
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Date:
12/30/2017
Julie Taymor, David Henry Hwang, and Rachel Cooper
Julie Taymor, David Henry Hwang, and Rachel Cooper
From:
Date:
11/08/2017
Julie Taymor, David Henry Hwang, and Rachel Cooper
Julie Taymor, David Henry Hwang, and Rachel Cooper
From:
Date:
11/08/2017
Rachel Cooper, David Henry Hwang and Julie Taymor
Rachel Cooper, David Henry Hwang and Julie Taymor
From:
Date:
11/08/2017

 

Stage

Productions

[Broadway, 2017]
Director
[Off-Broadway, 2015]
Director
[Broadway, 2011]
Mask Designer
Director
[New York, 2007]
Director
Scenery/Costumes
[New York, 2005]
Director
[US Tour, 2002]
Puppet Co-Designer
Costume Designer
Lyricist
Mask Co-Designer
Director
[Broadway, 2000]
Director
Puppet Designer
Mask Designer
Puppets/Masks
[West End, 1999]
Director
Mask Designer
Costume Designer
Puppet Designer
[Broadway, 1997]
Costume Designer
Mask Designer
Director
Puppet Designer
[Broadway, 1996]
Mask Designer
Costume Designer
Scenic Designer
Director
Puppet Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1996]
Director
Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1989]
Puppet and Mask Designer
Director
Director
Scenic Designer
Costume Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1986]
Director
Choreographer
[Off-Broadway, 1986]
Puppets/Masks
Director
Choreographer
[Off-Broadway, 1986]
Puppet and Mask Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1984]
Scenic Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1982]
Scenic Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1981]
Costume Designer
Puppet and Mask Designer
Scenic Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1981]
Scenic Designer
Mask Designer
Puppet Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1980]
Scenic Designer
Puppet and Mask Designer
Costume Designer
[Off-Broadway, 1979]
Scenery/Costumes/Puppets/Masks
Writing
Bookwriter
Bookwriter
Conceiver
Bookwriter
Lyricist
Composer
Bookwriter
Bookwriter