HANNAH GRACE

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Actress (2 credits)
 2015 Equals
Receptionist
 2014 Hanako & Anne (TV Series)
Mrs. Scott

Episode #1.9 (2014) … Mrs. Scott
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JENNIFER EHLE

Jennifer Ehle was born on December 29, 1969 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA as Jennifer Anne Ehle. She is an actress, known for Zero Dark Thirty (2012), A Quiet Passion (2016) and Little Men (2016). She has been married to Michael Scott Ryan since November 29, 2001. They have two children.
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Actress (52 credits)
 2018 The Looming Tower (TV Mini-Series)
Barbara Bodine / Ambassador Barbara Bodine

9/11 (2018) … Barbara Bodine
The General (2018) … Ambassador Barbara Bodine
Boys at War (2018) … Barbara Bodine
 2018 Fifty Shades Freed
Carla
 2018/II Monster
Katherine O’Brien
 2018 The Miseducation of Cameron Post
Dr. Lydia Marsh
 2017 Wetlands
Kate
 2017 I Kill Giants
Barbara’s Mother
 2017 Detroit
Morgue Doctor (uncredited)
 2016 A Quiet Passion
Vinnie Dickinson
 2016 Little Men
Kathy Jardine
 2015 MI-5
Geraldine Maltby
 2014-2015 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Madeline Pratt

T. Earl King VI (No. 94) (2015) … Madeline Pratt
Madeline Pratt (No. 73) (2014) … Madeline Pratt
 2015 Advantageous
Isa Cryer
 2014 A Little Chaos
Madame De Montespan
 2014 The Forger
Kim
 2014 Black or White
Carol
 2014 RoboCop
Liz Kline
 2013 Low Winter Sun (TV Series)
Susan

Ann Arbor (2013) … Susan
 2012 Zero Dark Thirty
Jessica
 2011-2012 A Gifted Man (TV Series)
Anna Paul

In Case of Heart Failure (2012) … Anna Paul
In Case of Letting Go (2012) … Anna Paul
In Case of Co-Dependants (2012) … Anna Paul
In Case of Complications (2012) … Anna Paul
In Case of Blind Spots (2012) … Anna Paul
 2011 Contagion
Dr. Ally Hextall
 2011 The Ides of March
Cindy Morris
 2011 The Adjustment Bureau
Brooklyn Ice House Bartender
 2010 The King’s Speech
Myrtle Logue
 2009 The Greatest
Joan
 2008 Pride and Glory
Abby Tierney
 2008 The Russell Girl (TV Movie)
Lorainne Morrissey
 2007 Before the Rains
Laura Moores
 2006/I Alpha Male
Alice Ferris
 2005 The River King
Betsy Chase
 2002 Possession
Christabel LaMotte
 1999 Sunshine
Valerie Sonnenschein
 1999 This Year’s Love
Sophie
 1997 Wilde
Constance Wilde
 1997 Melissa (TV Mini-Series)
Melissa McKensie

Episode #1.5 (1997) … Melissa McKensie
Episode #1.3 (1997) … Melissa McKensie
Episode #1.2 (1997) … Melissa McKensie
Episode #1.1 (1997) … Melissa McKensie
 1997 Paradise Road
Rosemary Leighton-Jones
 1995 Beyond Reason (TV Movie)
Penny McAllister
 1995 Pride and Prejudice (TV Mini-Series)
Elizabeth Bennet

Episode #1.6 (1995) … Elizabeth Bennet
Episode #1.5 (1995) … Elizabeth Bennet
Episode #1.4 (1995) … Elizabeth Bennet
Episode #1.3 (1995) … Elizabeth Bennet
Episode #1.2 (1995) … Elizabeth Bennet
 1994 Pleasure (TV Movie)
Emma Desneuves
 1994 Self Catering (TV Movie)
Meryl
 1994 La récréation (TV Movie)
Nadine
 1994 Backbeat
Cynthia Powell
 1993 Performance (TV Series)
Phyllis

The Maitlands (1993) … Phyllis
 1993 Micky Love (TV Movie)
Tasmin
 1992 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (TV Series)
Empress Zita of Austria

Austria, March 1917 (1992) … Empress Zita of Austria
 1992 The Camomile Lawn (TV Mini-Series)
Calypso

Episode #1.4 (1992) … Calypso
Episode #1.3 (1992) … Calypso
Episode #1.2 (1992) … Calypso
Episode #1.1 (1992) … Calypso

GISELA SCHNEEBERGER

Gisela Schneeberger was born on October 3, 1948 in Dollnstein, Eichstätt, Germany. She is an actress, known for Eine ganz heiße Nummer (2011), Im Schleudergang (2013) and Kehraus (1983). She was previously married to Hanns Christian Müller.
Actress (74 credits)
 2018 Bier Royal (TV Mini-Series) (post-production)
Gisela Hofstetter
 2017 Das Pubertier (TV Series)
Gisela Maybacher

Das Pubertierchen (2017) … Gisela Maybacher
Das Pubertier geht fremd (2017) … Gisela Maybacher
Das Pubertier als verkanntes Genie (2017) … Gisela Maybacher
Das Pubertier wird tollwütig (2017) … Gisela Maybacher
Das Pubertier bricht aus (2017) … Gisela Maybacher
 2017 Für dich dreh ich die Zeit zurück (TV Movie)
Erika
 2017 Laim und die Zeichen des Todes (TV Movie)
Marlene Laim
 2016 Familie Lotzmann auf den Barrikaden (TV Movie)
Annemarie Lotzmann
 2016 Bergfried (TV Movie)
Frieda
 2016 Liebe bis in den Mord: Ein Alpenthriller (TV Movie)
Katharina Gruber
 2016 Eine unerhörte Frau
Erni Schwaiger
 2015 Tatort (TV Series)
Frau Moosrieder

Die letzte Wiesn (2015) … Frau Moosrieder
 2015 Die Udo Honig Story (TV Movie)
Marion Honig
 2014 Das Zeugenhaus (TV Movie)
Gisela Limberger
 2014 Wir sind die Neuen
Anne
 2014 Und Äktschn!
Grete Neuriedl
 2012-2014 Add a Friend (TV Series)
Gisela

Neues Leben, neues Glück (2014) … Gisela
Stein, für Stein, für Stein (2014) … Gisela
Turm der Liebe (2014) … Gisela
Es waren doch die 70er! (2014) … Gisela
Ko-schwanger (2014) … Gisela
 2013 Im Schleudergang (TV Series)
Christa Bachmeier

Nazdrave, Erich! (2013) … Christa Bachmeier
Ein völlig neues Gefühl (2013) … Christa Bachmeier
Chakalaka (2013) … Christa Bachmeier
Falco! (2013) … Christa Bachmeier
Gardasee (2013) … Christa Bachmeier
 2013 Familie Sonntag auf Abwegen (TV Movie)
Bärbel Sonntag
 2012 Obendrüber da schneit es (TV Movie)
Waltraud
 2009-2012 Franzi (TV Series)
Traudl Ostermeier

Blackout (2012) … Traudl Ostermeier
Hula Hupp (2012) … Traudl Ostermeier (credit only)
Schnickschnack (2012) … Traudl Ostermeier (credit only)
Zimtschlappen (2012) … Traudl Ostermeier (credit only)
Bienen (2011) … Traudl Ostermeier (credit only)
 2012 Der Heiratsschwindler und seine Frau (TV Movie)
Marta Krugschenk
 2012 Die Tote ohne Alibi (TV Movie)
Laims Mutter
 2012 So wie du bist (TV Movie)
Helene Offer
 2011 Zwei übern Berg (TV Movie)
Hannah Zorn
 2011 Schief gewickelt (TV Movie)
Inga Brennfleck
 2011 Pilgerfahrt nach Padua (TV Movie)
Gundula Glöckner
 2011 Eine ganz heiße Nummer
Waltraud Wackernagel
 2011 Adel Dich (TV Movie)
Gräfin Walli von Felsen-Hepp
 2010 Morgen musst Du sterben (TV Movie)
Ella von Mittwitz (as Giesela Schneeberger)
 2009 Ladylike – Jetzt erst recht! (TV Movie)
Anneliese Müller
 2005-2009 Der Dicke (TV Series)
Christina Ehrenberg

Voll ins Herz (2009) … Christina Ehrenberg
Zwischen den Stühlen (2009) … Christina Ehrenberg
Falsches Spiel (2009) … Christina Ehrenberg
Falsche Fährten (2007) … Christina Ehrenberg
Angstpartie (2007) … Christina Ehrenberg
 2008 Mit einem Schlag (TV Movie)
Maria Neumann
 2008 Liesl Karlstadt & Karl Valentin (TV Movie)
Gisela Royes / Fey
 1996-2008 The Old Fox (TV Series)
Dr. Bärbel Siewert / Irene Schwendler

Ein Mörder in unserem Dorf (2008) … Dr. Bärbel Siewert
Schatten der Vergangenheit (1996) … Irene Schwendler
 2006 Helen, Fred und Ted (TV Movie)
Traudel Nitsche
 2006 Aphrodites Nacht
Rita
 2006 Leo (TV Movie)
Gisela Sobotta
 2006 Silberhochzeit (TV Movie)
Anita
 2006 Papa und Mama (TV Series)
Ruth Hupach

Episode #1.2 (2006) … Ruth Hupach
Episode #1.1 (2006) … Ruth Hupach
 2004 Germanikus
Tusnelda
 2004 Die schnelle Gerdi (TV Series)
Heidi Mühldorfer

Berlin – Ich komme! (2004) … Heidi Mühldorfer
 2003 Just Get Married! (Short)
Frau Richthofer
 2003 Dinner for Two (TV Movie)
Sophie Kurtz
 2002 Die Verbrechen des Professor Capellari (TV Series)
Katrin Faber

Nur ein Selbstmord (2002) … Katrin Faber
 2002 Mehr als nur Sex (TV Movie)
Colette
 2001 Der Bulle von Tölz (TV Series)
Elfriede Kutschera

Tödliches Dreieck (2001) … Elfriede Kutschera
 2001 100 Pro
Marcels Mutter
 2000 Geschichten aus dem Nachbarhaus: Hoffest (TV Movie)
Hilde Erber
 2000 Vino santo (TV Movie)
Helene
 2000/I Zimmer mit Frühstück (TV Movie)
Marion
 2000 Der Hahn ist tot (TV Movie)
Rosemarie Louise Thyra Hirte
 1998 Am I Beautiful?
Tamara
 1998 Callboy (TV Movie)
Camilla
 1995 Drei in fremden Kissen (TV Movie)
Genevieve Büglmeier
 1995 Café Meineid (TV Series)
Fraudl Graberl

Alles Magie (1995) … Fraudl Graberl
 1994 Weihnachten mit Willy Wuff (TV Movie)
Hildchen
 1994 In dieser Stadt daheim (TV Movie)
Maria Fendler
 1994 Tschurangrati (TV Movie)
Shangrila / Frau Faulhaber / Mala von Pröbstl / …
 1993 Wildbach (TV Series)
Vroni Deschner

Rettung auf italienisch (1993) … Vroni Deschner
 1992 Langer Samstag
Susi Herzog
 1982-1992 Scheibenwischer (TV Series)
Ursula Zeiserl-Waschek

Der Rhein-Main-Donau-Kanal (1982) … Ursula Zeiserl-Waschek
 1990 Schweig Bub! (TV Movie)
Gerda
 1988 Starke Zeiten
Verkäuferin
 1988 Man spricht deutsh
Irmgard Löffler
 1979-1988 Fast wia im richtigen Leben (TV Series)
Various Roles / Frau Ramböck / Elvira Güsendorf-Bellinghausen / …

Episode #1.12 (1988) … Various Roles / Frau Ramböck / Elvira Güsendorf-Bellinghausen
Episode #1.11 (1987) … Various Roles / Frau Zitzl-Dumont / Frl. Keim
Episode #1.10 (1984) … Various Roles / Maja Pfefferle
Der Bürgermeister von Moskau (1983) … Thea
Episode #1.9 (1983) … Various Roles
 1984 Heimatabend (TV Movie)
Irmi
 1983 Kehraus
Annerose Waguscheit
 1983 Monaco Franze – Der ewige Stenz (TV Series)
Elli

Die italienische Angelegenheit (1983) … Elli
Ein bissel was geht immer (1983) … Elli
 1979 Kommissariat IX (TV Series)
Fräulein Mai

Gewußt wie (1979) … Fräulein Mai
 1979 Da schau her (TV Movie) (rumored)
 1975 Im Hause des Kommerzienrates (TV Movie)
Käthe

JULE RONSTEDT

Jule Ronstedt was born on April 21, 1971 in Munich, Germany. She is an actress and writer, known for Franzi (2009), Bandagistenglück (1997) and Maria Mafiosi (2017).
Actress (72 credits)
 2018 Dich zu lieben (TV Movie) (filming)
Fiona
 2018 Schattenfreundin (TV Movie) (post-production)
Charlotte Schneidmann
 2018 Heldt (TV Series)
Britta Clemens

Allein in Bochum (2018) … Britta Clemens
 2010-2018 SOKO 5113 (TV Series)
Angelika Dillinger / Charlotte Breyer

Es braut sich was zam (2018) … Angelika Dillinger
Masken (2010) … Charlotte Breyer
 2013-2017 Hammer & Sichl (TV Series)
Sabine Spitz

Vegas (2017) … Sabine Spitz
Die Zukunft ist online (2017) … Sabine Spitz
Sophias Geheimnis (2017) … Sabine Spitz
Auf der Flucht (2017) … Sabine Spitz
Die Wetterfee (2016) … Sabine Spitz
 2006-2017 SOKO Köln (TV Series)
Monika Mehring / Sarah Kuhlmann

Die Zeit heilt keine Wunden (2017) … Monika Mehring
Der Doppelfehler (2006) … Sarah Kuhlmann
 2017 Verräter (TV Movie)
Gabriele Varela
 2017 Nord Nord Mord (TV Series)
Ramona Schott

Clüver und die tödliche Affäre (2017) … Ramona Schott
 2013-2016 The Old Fox (TV Series)
Britta Neubert / Elisabeth Brunner / Doris Gruber

Tödliche Ideale (2016) … Britta Neubert
Mord in den Alpen (2015) … Elisabeth Brunner
Im Visier (2013) … Doris Gruber
 2016 Der Staatsanwalt (TV Series)
Frau Meisner

Der Schein trügt (2016) … Frau Meisner
 2016/I Boat People (Short)
 2007-2015 Notruf Hafenkante (TV Series)
Ellen Flügger / Birgit Spremberg

Getrieben (2015) … Ellen Flügger
Zeugnistag (2007) … Birgit Spremberg
 2015 Krippenwahn (Short)
Maya Gröner-Held
 2015 Die Insassen (TV Movie)
Karin Schlick
 2015 Gottlos (TV Series)
Olivia (2015)
 2014 Die Sache mit der Wahrheit (TV Movie)
Doro
 2014/I Bocksprünge
Doris
 2014 Der Kriminalist (TV Series)
Tessa Taubner

Das Liebste, was ich habe (2014) … Tessa Taubner
 2014 Utta Danella (TV Series)
Caro Waldheim

Die Himmelsstürmer (2014) … Caro Waldheim
 2013 Blutgeld (TV Movie)
Barbara Seifert
 2013 Tod in den Bergen (TV Movie)
 2013 Einfach die Wahrheit (TV Movie)
 2013 Sieben Tage Ohne (TV Movie)
Judith
 2012 Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot (TV Movie)
Mutter
 2012 Freshly Squeezed
Sabine
 2009-2012 Franzi (TV Series)
Franzi / Franziska ‘Franzi’ Ostermeier

Blackout (2012) … Franziska ‘Franzi’ Ostermeier
Hula Hupp (2012) … Franziska ‘Franzi’ Ostermeier
Schnickschnack (2012) … Franziska ‘Franzi’ Ostermeier
Zimtschlappen (2012) … Franziska ‘Franzi’ Ostermeier
Bienen (2011) … Franziska ‘Franzi’ Ostermeier
 2012 Lotta & die großen Erwartungen (TV Movie)
Ruth Herford
 2012 Das Wunder von Merching (TV Movie)
Kathi Fenzl
 2006-2012 Stolberg (TV Series)
Johanna Trenck / Susanne Blank

Krieger (2012) … Johanna Trenck
Flüchtige Begegnung (2006) … Susanne Blank
 2011 Das Beste draus machen (Short)
Doris
 2010 Vom Ende der Liebe (TV Movie)
Ellen
 2010 Das Glück kommt unverhofft (TV Movie)
Lotte Wagner
 2010 Sie hat es verdient (TV Movie)
Marianne
 2010 The Last Employee
Irina
 2010 Kommissar LaBréa – Mord in der Rue St. Lazare (TV Movie)
Nadine Capelli
 2010 Nanga Parbat
Alice von Hobe
 2009 Genug ist nicht genug (TV Movie)
Julia Holmer
 2009 Nichts als Ärger mit den Männern (TV Movie)
Katharina Schneider
 2004-2009 SOKO Kitzbühel (TV Series)
Antonia Faller / Sabine Ernst

Der Tod hört mit (2009) … Antonia Faller
Die Wilden (2004) … Sabine Ernst
 2008 Tatort (TV Series)
Berit Krupp

Unbestechlich (2008) … Berit Krupp
 2008 Hilfe, meine Schwester kommt! (TV Movie)
Luisa Wagner / Jenny Mayerhofer
 2008 Vienna Crime Squad (TV Series)
Franziska Burgstaller

Sisis Vermächtnis (2008) … Franziska Burgstaller
 2004-2008 Der Bulle von Tölz (TV Series)
Maria Mittendorfer / Frau Söllner

Die Leonhardifahrer (2008) … Maria Mittendorfer
Mord im Kloster (2005) … Maria Mittendorfer
In guten Händen (2004) … Frau Söllner
 2008 Der Kaiser von Schexing (TV Series)
Trixi Habersatter

Der unsinnige Donnerstag (2008) … Trixi Habersatter
 2008 Ossi’s Eleven
Lea Bruhn
 2007 Angsthasen (TV Movie)
Rita Stolze
 2007 Der Zauber des Regenbogens (TV Movie)
Britta
 2007 Herr Bello
Kundin Apotheke
 2007 Beim nächsten Tanz wird alles anders (TV Movie)
Sandra Schmidt
 2007 Stadt Land Mord! (TV Series)
Verena Stenzel

Ein gewaschener Mord (2007) … Verena Stenzel
 2007 Grüß Gott, Herr Anwalt (TV Movie)
Sabine Meiting
 2006 Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei (TV Series)
Margit Goltz

Tödliche Bewährung (2006) … Margit Goltz
 2006 Grave Decisions
Veronika
 2005 Liebe Amelie (TV Movie)
 2005 Der Dicke (TV Series)
Petra

Die Nummer 1 (2005) … Petra
 2004 Schloßhotel Orth (TV Series)
Pippi Buchleitner

Verfehlungen (2004) … Pippi Buchleitner
 1998-2004 Bukow and König (TV Series)
Kommissarin Vogt / Katrin Pechmann

Die Maß ist voll (2004) … Kommissarin Vogt
Todsicher (1998) … Katrin Pechmann
 2003 Die Rosenheim-Cops (TV Series)

Spuren im Schnee (2003)
 2003 Großglocknerliebe
Johanna Jordan
 2002 Hinterlassenschaften (TV Movie)
Franziska Gallweber
 2002 Café Meineid (TV Series)
Linda Ronnefeld

Die ersten Zeichen (2002) … Linda Ronnefeld
 2001 Natalie – Das Leben nach dem Babystrich (TV Movie)
Corinna Bäumer
 2001 Die grüne Wolke
Lydia
 2001 Die grüne Wolke (TV Series)
Lydia Séglér

Vergessen in der Wüste (2001) … Lydia Séglér
Gefährliche Begegnung (2001) … Lydia Séglér
Eifersucht und Rache (2001) … Lydia Séglér
Am Abgrund (2001) … Lydia Séglér
 2000 Geier im Reisrand (TV Movie)
Christiane Lechner
 2000 Wenn Männer Frauen trauen (TV Movie)
Etje
 1999/I Kismet
Christine
 1997 Der Maulkorb (TV Movie)
Traudl
 1995-1997 Aus heiterem Himmel (TV Series)
Alicia Sandmann

Ein Kinderspiel (1997) … Alicia Sandmann
Christophs Entscheidung (1997) … Alicia Sandmann
Wieder daheim (1997) … Alicia Sandmann
Zweiter Frühling (1997) … Alicia Sandmann
Schottische Belagerung (1997) … Alicia Sandmann
 1997 Bandagistenglück
Ulrike

Rachel Riley

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Rachel Riley
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Born Rachel Annabelle Riley
(1986-01-11) 11 January 1986 (age 32)
Rochford, Essex, England[1]
Residence Thorpe Bay, Southend-on-Sea
Nationality British
Alma mater Oriel College, Oxford
Occupation Television presenter
Employer Channel 4, Sky Sports
Spouse(s) Jamie Gilbert (m. 2012–2013), Pasha Kovalev (2014-present)

Rachel Annabelle Riley[2] (born 11 January 1986)[3] is an English television presenter and mathematician who currently co-presents the Channel 4 daytime puzzle show Countdown and its comedy spin-off 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. A mathematics graduate, her television debut came when she joined Countdown at age 22.

With a passion for popularising maths and the sciences, she has gone on to co-present The Gadget Show on Channel 5 (2013–14) and It’s Not Rocket Science on ITV (2016). In 2013 she was a contestant on the BBC celebrity dance show Strictly Come Dancing.

Early life[edit]

Born in Rochford, Essex,[4] Riley was brought up in the Thorpe Bay area of Southend-on-Sea and was educated at the independent Thorpe Hall School, and Southend High School for Girls, a grammar school, where she obtained four As at A-Level. She then studied mathematics at Oriel College, Oxford, gaining an upper second-class honours degree.[5][6] Her mother is Jewish,[7] although she considers herself to be a “non-religious Jew”.[8]

Early career[edit]

During a university vacation, Riley considered a career in the financial sector, and completed an internship at Deutsche Bank in the City of London. The experience put her off; although already familiar with male-dominated environments in the field of mathematics, she found the extreme behaviour of city traders wearing, and not being a “morning person” she also disliked the early morning train commute.[9]

Her maths degree helped her get a job performing statistical analysis for a price comparison start-up company.[10] Riley also took a postgraduate degree, a master’s degree, being attracted by the intersection of mathematics and civil engineering.[9]

Television[edit]

Riley’s television debut came in January 2009, when at the age of 22 she joined the Channel 4 letters and numbers game show Countdown.[11][12] Prior to this, Riley had received no training for working in television and had no other experience with the media industry, leading to descriptions of her landing this role as a baptism of fire, given its status as a “jewel in the broadcasting crown”, according to one media commentator. While occupying the niche role, she long believed she was not a television presenter, but she came to realise that the industry has changed, so that “I don’t think there’s such a thing as a TV presenter any more. There are just people who go on TV”.[13]

As her popularity grew due to daily appearances on Countdown, she branched out into other roles, co-presenting 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and The Gadget Show, although her profile was significantly boosted by her appearance as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing, which largely “catapulted [Riley] onto the A-list” and opened up the doors for new television roles, according to another commentator.[9] In 2014, two years before her role on It’s Not Rocket Science, she said, “I’d love to present a popular science programme because it’s something I feel very passionate about.”[9]

Countdown[edit]

On Countdown, Riley replaced the long-serving Carol Vorderman. Like Vorderman, Riley’s role is to handle the placement of tiles on the board for the letters and numbers rounds and to find an exact solution in the numbers rounds if the contestants are unable to do so.[11][12]

Riley’s appointment to Countdown was announced at the same time as the announcement of a new main host, Jeff Stelling, replacing Des O’Connor; the duo of Stelling and Riley were in place for the new series beginning in January 2009.[11] Although she had no ambition to be a television presenter, she was encouraged to apply by her mother, and decided to do so because she was interested in the numbers part of the game.[14] Having beaten 1,000 applicants for the role, she commented, “There’s only one cool maths job around and I was lucky enough to get it so I’m absolutely thrilled”.[11]

Riley takes the role of solving the numbers round so seriously that if she cannot solve it on the show, she takes it away with her to finish, commenting “I’m really OCD about it. I have to get it. I like puzzles – that’s what I do, that’s why I applied for the job, that’s why I used to watch Countdown when I was younger. I like solving stuff.” She has attributed this compulsion to a nervy and flustered start in the role which resulted in her making some errors, although she says she has since got the hang of it and the task is now a matter of routine. In contrast, on account of her “really immature sense of humour” she has some difficulty in maintaining her composure during the words round whenever rude words appear.[14]

Riley frequently encounters close media and public scrutiny of what she wears on the show, with her wardrobe choices attracting intense social media comment on Twitter and YouTube and even national headlines, particularly if they are deemed too revealing or tight.[14][15] Working with a wardrobe consultant, she obtains most of the clothes from High Street stores, although some are purchased from a small boutique near her home in Southend. While trying to please everybody with varied choices, she nonetheless takes a phlegmatic approach to the attention, commenting, “even with the same outfit you’ll get polar-opposite views, so you can’t win. You’ve just got to learn that you can’t please everyone all of the time”. The number of episodes means wearing some outfits more than once is inevitable—she donates items she no longer requires to charity, some being auctioned by her mother.[14]

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown[edit]

Since it was first broadcast on 2 January 2012, Riley has also performed her Countdown role on the comedy crossover spin-off version, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, alongside comedian Jimmy Carr as host. While Countdown is seen as a straight light entertainment show, in explaining the difference between the two, Riley sees Countdown as the role she is happy for her grandmother to see, while Cats Does Countdown is the more risqué, cheeky, role which she shows to her friends.[13] Some of the running gags used on the show are made by Carr at Riley’s expense, aimed at her lack of dancing ability and a supposed frosty relationship with Vorderman, while in return Riley is often given jokes which mock Carr’s supposed desires on herself and his tax avoidance. Due to scheduling conflicts with filming for It’s Not Rocket Science, Riley was replaced by Claudia Winkleman for two episodes in series nine (broadcast 3 and 10 March 2016). Rachel is a fan of Bill Bailey, who also appears on the show.

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

From September 2013, Riley appeared in the eleventh series of the BBC One ballroom dancing programme Strictly Come Dancing with professional dancing partner Pasha Kovalev. She was eliminated in week 6 of the show, on 3 November, after losing out in the dance-off against Abbey Clancy and Aljaž Škorjanec.

According to Riley she lacked a natural talent for performing, so instead sought to frame each dance as that of a character.[9] For the first five weeks, Riley suffered from stage fright, commenting that “As soon as the music would start, I would have a fuzzy brain and it was like an out-of-body experience”; after seeing a cognitive behavioural therapist she was able to control her breathing, and so was only able to truly enjoy the show for what proved to be her final appearance.[16]

The Gadget Show[edit]

From 2013 until 2014, Riley co-presented on the Channel 5 programme The Gadget Show with Jason Bradbury.[17] She presented three series of the show and was later replaced by Amy Williams.[18]

It’s Not Rocket Science[edit]

In 2016, Riley was part of the three-person presenting team for ITV‘s six-part series, It’s Not Rocket Science, billed by the network as an entertainment series celebrating science.[19] Her co-presenters, Ben Miller and Romesh Ranganathan, similarly had a background in science and maths. Explaining the purpose of the show as popularising science and making it seem less intimidating, she said “It’s showing that you can’t separate the world of science from the world we live in”. She added that while her background is in maths, “You can’t separate them either. Maths is the language of science.”[13] A key part of the show was a weekly challenge where one of the presenters “risked their lives” to prove a scientific theory – in Riley’s case she cycled on a tightrope and zip-lined through a ring of fire.[13]

Sky Sports[edit]

In August 2016, it was announced that Riley would join Sky Sports to present Friday Night Football alongside her former Countdown co-presenter Jeff Stelling and Fantasy Football Club with Max Rushden and Paul Merson.[20]

She left Friday Night Football in 2017.[21]

Other work[edit]

On 26 June 2009, it was reported that Riley had been recruited by Royal Mail to employ her mathematical skills to help advise holidaymakers on how to make the most of their holiday currency, after a report by the Post Office revealed that a significant number of holidaymakers fail to calculate the actual cost of goods and services when travelling abroad and often overspend their holiday budgets.[22]

Her mathematics background and love of football has seen Riley assist bookmakers in preparing betting odds for football tournaments; based on her analysis she predicted Chile would win the 2014 FIFA World Cup, despite appreciating fans would see it as an unlikely outcome (Chile were ultimately knocked out in the Round of 16).[9]

Personal life[edit]

Riley was married for 16 months to Jamie Gilbert, whom she met while they were both studying at the University of Oxford. After four and a half years together, the couple initially split at the end of 2009,[23] before reconciling. Gilbert then proposed on her 25th birthday on 11 January 2011.[24] They married on 11 August 2012.[25] Although they married in a civil ceremony, Gilbert followed the Jewish tradition of stamping on a glass.[26] It was announced in November 2013 that they were separating.[27]

Riley is a keen supporter of Manchester United, like her father (who was originally from Salford, Lancashire).[28][29] In October 2010, Riley presented a programme on the club’s television channel, MUTV, featuring a tour of their Trafford Training Centre in Carrington. She has also hosted episodes of An Audience with… on the channel. To mark her 1,000th episode of Countdown (aired on 25 June 2013), United player Ryan Giggs presented her with a signed team shirt, Giggs himself having celebrated his 1,000th game for the club the same year.[29][30] In her appearance as a contestant on the BBC quiz show Celebrity Mastermind, broadcast on 4 January 2012, her specialist subject was a limited (13 year) history of the club; she eventually finished in joint second place.[15][31]

Riley has been dating her former Strictly partner Pasha Kovalev since 2014, and the couple now live together in London.[32] Riley is learning Russian.[33]

Educational advocacy[edit]

In an effort to put her public profile to work for the common good, Riley strives to be an advocate for the so-called “geeky” subjects of mathematics and science, and has visited schools to enthuse pupils on the “joys of applied maths, quantum mechanics and time travel and so on”.[9][16] A blog, written by Surrey University academic Julia Percival and hosted by The Guardian, which argued that Riley’s looks and figure would work against any aim to increase female participation in the sciences, was described by The Daily Telegraph as unfair and a case of Riley being damned if she did and damned if she didn’t.[9][34]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Channel Role Notes
2009–present Countdown Channel 4 Co-presenter With Jeff Stelling (2009–2011) and Nick Hewer (2012–present)
2012–present 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Co-presenter With Jimmy Carr
2013–2014 The Gadget Show Channel 5 Co-presenter With Jason Bradbury
2013 Strictly Come Dancing BBC One Participant 5th celebrity to be eliminated
2016 It’s Not Rocket Science ITV Co-presenter With Ben Miller and Romesh Ranganathan
2016–2017 Friday Night Football Sky Sports Co-presenter With Jeff Stelling
Fantasy Football Club Co-presenter With Max Rushden and Paul Merson
Guest appearances

She has also made brief appearances in such shows as The IT Crowd, Dispatches, Britain’s Brightest and 1001 Things You Should Know.

GRACE CARTER

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Actress (8 credits)
 2018 Rule of Thumb (Short)
Hitchhiker 3
 2018 Sacred Hearts
Auditioner
 2016 Doctors (TV Series)
Bella Deakin

In the Loop (2016) … Bella Deakin
 2013 Almost Obsolete (Short)
Jess
 2009 Crash (TV Series)
Reporter

Master of Puppets (2009) … Reporter
 2007 Paranoid Park
Alex’s Mom
 2004 Maklar, Anyone? (Short)
Refreshments Officer Grace
 2004 The Gun Man (Short)
June

Nora Jane Struthers

Nora Jane Struthers

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Nora Jane Struthers
Background information
Birth name Nora Jane Struthers
Born (1983-11-11) November 11, 1983 (age 34)
Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Origin Ridgewood, New Jersey, United States
Genres Americana, folk rock,[1] country
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, Band leader
Years active 2008–present
Labels Blue Pig Music
Website Nora Jane Struthers website

Nora Jane Struthers (born November 11, 1983) is an American singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee who is notable for her critically acclaimed Americana (music) and roots rock. Rolling Stone Country debuted a video for “Let Go” from Struthers’ album Wake with an article in which Stephen L. Betts wrote that “the ever-widening scope of Nora Jane Struthers’ musicality means that placing a neat, easy label on the genre she best represents is virtually impossible.”[2] In a post for Amy Poehler’s blog Smart Girls, Alexa Peters wrote that “Nora Jane is entirely and unequivocally herself, and wants to encourage you to do the same.”[3] National Public Radio (United States) described Struthers as “quietly brilliant” in article headlined “Country Music’s Year of the Woman.”[4] Struthers’ 2013 album Carnival, recorded with her touring band The Party Line, spent more than three months in the Top 20 of Americana Radio charts and peaked at No. 7.[5] Carnival ranked 24th on the 2013 Americana Airplay Top 100 list.[6] In a review of Carnival, the Tampa Bay Times wrote that Struthers’ unique brand of “rich storytelling, repeat-worth melodies and a modern mashup of traditional, bluegrass folk, country and rock influences” sets her apart from many roots-inspired contemporaries.[7]

Early life and education[edit]

Struthers was born in Fairfax, Virginia, United States, six months before her family moved to Avon, Conn. When Struthers was four years old, the family moved again to Ridgewood, New Jersey. She grew up singing and playing music with her father Alan Struthers, a bluegrass musician.[5] Struthers was named Nora by her parents after Nora Charles, a character in Dashiell Hammett’s novel The Thin Man, and Jane after English author Jane Austen. Her family called her Jane, but Nora stuck in school when that name was used for calling roll in kindergarten.[8]

Struthers said as a little girl she would often watch out the front window for her father at the end of the day and greet him with a yodel and the two frequented bluegrass festivals and fiddler conventions along the East Coast as she got older.[5]

Struthers was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of four, when a reading specialist told her parents that Nora Jane would never go to college.[3] She ultimately proved the reading specialist wrong, however, studying English Education and Africana Studies at New York University’s School of Education. After graduating in 2005, Struthers worked as a teacher at The Williamsburg Charter High School in Brooklyn, New York, until 2008.[9]

Career[edit]

Struthers played shows with her father under the name Dirt Road Sweetheart and the duo released an album titled I Heard The Bluebirds Sing on May 11, 2008. In 2008, Struthers gave up her job as a teacher and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue a career as a full-time musician. She soon began touring with a band of rotating musicians she dubbed The Bootleggers and ultimately won the prestigious Telluride Bluegrass Festival band contest in June 2010.[5]

Struthers released a self-titled debut solo album on July 10, 2010. Nora Jane Struthers, produced by Brent Truitt, featured established musicians such as multi-instrumentalist Tim O’Brien and fiddler Stuart Duncan.[9]

Struthers joined Americana acoustic quintet Bearfoot later in 2010 and the group released the album American Story in 2011, which featured six songs written or co-written by Struthers. One of them, “Tell Me a Story,” became a top-rated video on Country Music Television.[9]

Struthers had written a collection of songs for a new solo album by 2012 and launched a Kickstarter campaign that raised $22,000 in less than four weeks to help fund it. She formed a touring band called The Party Line and released the 14-track Carnival on April 16, 2013, again produced by Truitt.[9]

Struthers and The Party Line gave nearly 150 live performances across the U.S. in 2013. Struthers said she achieved a childhood dream by playing in the Saturday Night All Star Jam at the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in Oak Hill, New York that year.[10]

Struthers and The Party Line released a six-song record titled Country EP No. 1 in July 2014.[11] One of the tracks, a cover of The Everly Brothers classic “(Til) I Kissed You” was featured on a collection of Americana music called Native: Americana Spotlight, released on September 9, 2014 on Tone Tree Music.[12]

Struthers and The Party Line have recorded a new full-length studio album called Wake, featuring 11 original songs. Wake is slated to be released in February 2015.[13]

Reception[edit]

Reception Grammy Award-winning musician Tim O’Brien said “Old time music continues to reinvent itself in the able hands of young artists like Nora Jane Struthers.”[14]

Kim Ruehl wrote for NPR Music that Struthers has a “voice as sweet as honeysuckle.”[15]

A Tampa Bay Times reviewer called Carnival an “Americana gem,” writing that “the album never fades through 14 tracks, a testament to the songwriting and musical arrangements.”[7]

The video for Struthers’ song “Bike Ride”, from the album Carnival debuted at No. 1 on Country Music Television Pure’s 12-Pack Countdown in November 2013.[16]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • I Heard The Bluebirds Sing, as Dirt Road Sweetheart, a duo with her father Alan Struthers (2008)
  • Nora Jane Struthers (2010)
  • Carnival (2013)
  • Wake (2015)
  • Champion (2017)
EPs
  • Country EP No. 1 (2014)

LUCY GRIFFITHS

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Actress (21 credits)
 2017/I The Price
Liz Sloane
 2016 Preacher (TV Series)
Emily

Call and Response (2016) … Emily
Finish the Song (2016) … Emily
El Valero (2016) … Emily
He Gone (2016) … Emily
Sundowner (2016) … Emily
 2015 Uncanny
Joy Andrews
 2014 Home for Christmas
Alice
 2014 Constantine (TV Series)
Liv Aberdine

Non Est Asylum (2014) … Liv Aberdine
 2014 Last Summer
Rebecca
 2014 Don’t Look Back
Nora Clark
 2014 Winter’s Tale
Young Woman
 2012-2013 True Blood (TV Series)
Nora Gainesborough

Life Matters (2013) … Nora Gainesborough (credit only)
Dead Meat (2013) … Nora Gainesborough (credit only)
In the Evening (2013) … Nora Gainesborough
Don’t You Feel Me (2013) … Nora Gainesborough
Fuck the Pain Away (2013) … Nora Gainesborough (credit only)
 2013 The Numbers Station
Meredith
 2011 Awakening (TV Movie)
Jenna Lestrade
 2011 Billboard
The Ex
 2011 Dirt 3 (Video Game)
Business Manager (voice)
 2010 The Little House (TV Series)
Ruth

Episode #1.2 (2010) … Ruth
Episode #1.1 (2010) … Ruth
 2010 Inspector Lewis (TV Series)
Madeleine Escher

Falling Darkness (2010) … Madeleine Escher
 2009 Collision (TV Mini-Series)
Jane Tarrant

Episode #1.5 (2009) … Jane Tarrant
Episode #1.4 (2009) … Jane Tarrant
Episode #1.3 (2009) … Jane Tarrant
Episode #1.2 (2009) … Jane Tarrant
Episode #1.1 (2009) … Jane Tarrant
 2009 U Be Dead (TV Movie)
Bethan Ancell
 2006-2009 Robin Hood (TV Series)
Marian

We Are Robin Hood (2007) … Marian
A Good Day to Die (2007) … Marian
Treasure of the Nation (2007) … Marian
Walkabout (2007) … Marian
 2007 Children in Need (TV Series)
Marian

Episode #1.28 (2007) … Marian
 2006 Sugar Rush (TV Series)
Lettie

Episode #2.2 (2006) … Lettie
 2006 Sea of Souls (TV Series)
Rebecca

Succubus (2006) … Rebecca

CHRISTINA BURDETTE

Christina Burdette is an actress, known for Men, Women & Children (2014), Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) and Here and Now (2018).
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Actress (10 credits)
 2018 Here and Now (TV Series)
Kara Pruitt

Dream Logic (2018) … Kara Pruitt
Yes (2018) … Kara Pruitt
Wake (2018) … Kara Pruitt
From Sun Up to Sun Down (2018) … Kara Pruitt
Hide and Seek (2018) … Kara Pruitt
 2018 Heathers (TV Series)
Jesus Julie

Episode #1.10 (2018) … Jesus Julie
Episode #1.7 (2018) … Jesus Julie
Hot Probs (2018) … Jesus Julie
Date Rapes and AIDS Jokes (2018) … Jesus Julie
Pilot (2018) … Jesus Julie
 2017 Color Me You
Sarah Summers
 2016 Roommates (TV Series)
Christina

Five Guys and a Bet (2016) … Christina
 2016 Modern Family (TV Series)
Party Girl #1

Halloween 4: The Revenge of Rod Skyhook (2016) … Party Girl #1
 2016 Everybody Wants Some!!
Cute Coed #1
 2015 Minor Setback (Short)
Jessie
 2014 Men, Women & Children
Hannah’s Friend
 2014 Pink Zone
Pink Zone Girl #3 (uncredited)
 2010/II Pearl
Leona Jane