Genevieve Angelson





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Genevieve Angelson
Born Genevieve Rose Angelson
(1987-04-13) April 13, 1987 (age 30)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2009–present

Genevieve Angelson (born Genevieve Rose Angelson; April 13, 1987) is an American TV actress known for playing Caitlin Hobart on House of Lies, Det. Nicole Gravely on Backstrom, and Patti Robinson on Good Girls Revolt.

Early life[edit]

Angelson was born to Mark Angelson, lawyer and a businessman, and his wife Lynn. Angelson has two elder sisters, Jessica and Meredith.[1] She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wesleyan University and went on to graduate Tisch School of the Arts from Graduate Acting Program.[2] She also completed Cherubs Program at Northwestern University and graduated high school from The Brearley School in Manhattan.


In September 2013, Angelson was added to the cast of the Showtime series House of Lies as Caitlin Hobart.[3] In 2014, Angelson replaced Mamie Gummer to play the role of Det. Nicole Gravely in Backstrom.[4] In 2016, she starred in Amazon Video original series, Good Girls Revolt, however the series was cancelled by Amazon after one season. She also played Nina in the Tony Award for Best Play winner at 67th Tony Awards, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.[5] in which Ben Brantley called her “exquisite.”[1][6]

In January 2017, she was signed in The Upside, the American remake of the French film The Intouchables.[7]


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Army Wives Heather Episode: “About Face”
2010 Open Five Rose
2013 The Good Wife Tara Bach Episode: “A Precious Commodity”
2013 Niagra Genevieve Short film
2014 Top Five Columbia Student
2014 House of Lies Caitlin Hobart
2015 Backstrom Det. Nicole Gravely
2015 True Story Tina Alvis
2016 Good Girls Revolt Patricia “Patti” Robinson
2017 The Upside Jenny
2018 Instinct Katie Episode: “Secrets and Lies”


NiCole Robinson was born on April 12, 1972 in Burley, Idaho, USA. She is an actress, known for Dragon Wars: D-War (2007), The West Wing (1999) and Bad Boy (2002). She was previously married to Craig Snyder.
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Actress (19 credits)
 2014 The Living
 2011 For a Green Card (TV Series)

Go Team Fake Wedding (2011) … Jasmine
 2008/I The Women
Make Over Lady
 2008 All My Children (TV Series)
Kelly Brown

Episode #1.9812 (2008) … Kelly Brown
Episode #1.9802 (2008) … Kelly Brown
Episode #1.9793 (2008) … Kelly Brown
 2007 Dragon Wars: D-War
 1999-2006 The West Wing (TV Series)
Margaret / Margaret Hooper

Tomorrow (2006) … Margaret Hooper
Institutional Memory (2006) … Margaret Hooper
The Last Hurrah (2006) … Margaret Hooper
Requiem (2006) … Margaret Hooper
Election Day: Part 2 (2006) … Margaret Hooper
 2005 Underclassman
Female Teacher
 2003 Like Family (TV Series)
Customer #1

Value of a Dollar (2003) … Customer #1
 2003 Short (Short)
Salon Assistant #2
 2002 Off Centre (TV Series)

 2002 What I Like About You (TV Series)

Spa Day (2002) … Wendra
 2002 Bad Boy
Megan Riley (as Nicole Robinson)
 2001 Maybe It’s Me (TV Series)
Coach Ryan

The Lunch Lady Episode (2001) … Coach Ryan
The Cheerleader Episode (2001) … Coach Ryan
 1999 Friends (TV Series)
The Smoking Woman

The One with the Cop (1999) … The Smoking Woman
 1998 Suddenly Susan (TV Series)

War Games (1998) … Grace (as Nicole Robinson)
 1997 Veronica’s Closet (TV Series)
Female Office Worker #1

Veronica’s Not Happy About the Book (1997) … Female Office Worker #1 (as Nicole Robinson)
 1997 Meego (TV Series)

Performance Art (1997) … Teacher
 1996 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (TV Series)
Reporter #1

Stop the Presses (1996) … Reporter #1 (as Nicole Robinson)


Nicole DuPort is an actress, producer, writer, and director. She was born in Sonoma, California. Nicole began studying acting in earnest while attending UC Berkeley, where she majored in Art & Art History and minored in Theater. She also studied at Circle in the Square in New York City. While performing the role of Juliet, Nicole caught the eye of …
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Actress (24 credits)
 2016 My Name Is Burns (TV Series) (completed)
Sage Burns

Fistful of Bedsheets … Sage Burns
Winning … Sage Burns
U-N-I-T-Y … Sage Burns
To Justice! … Sage Burns
The 405 Will Tear Us Apart … Sage Burns
 2018 Hard Promises
Anna Celmins
 2018 I Can Only Imagine
Amy Grant
 2016-2017 The Last Tycoon (TV Series)
Carol DeParis / Carol Deparis

A More Perfect Union (2017) … Carol Deparis
More Stars Than There Are in Heaven (2017) … Carol DeParis
Pilot (2016) … Carol DeParis
 2016 Quarries
 2014-2015 The Tube’s Hautest (TV Series)
Diedre Wrayne

Insider Edition (2015) … Diedre Wrayne
And the Winner Is… (2015) … Diedre Wrayne
The Superhero Challenge (2014) … Diedre Wrayne
True Colors Challenge (2014) … Diedre Wrayne
Blindfolded Makeup Challenge (2014) … Diedre Wrayne
 2014 Put It in My Soup (Short)
 2013 NCIS (TV Series)
Emily McBride

Damned If You Do (2013) … Emily McBride
 2013 The Coasters (TV Series)
Hot Girl

Bra-Mance (2013) … Hot Girl
 2012 Vegas (TV Series)
Jane Ludlow

Solid Citizens (2012) … Jane Ludlow
 2012 Stitch in Time
 2012 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)

If/Then (2012) … Theresa
 2011 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Emma Dunbar

My Own Worst Enemy (2011) … Emma Dunbar
 2011 Medium (TV Series)
Elena Haas

Labor Pains (2011) … Elena Haas
 2010 Farmer (Short)
 2009 Lie to Me (TV Series)
Marla Seeger

Control Factor (2009) … Marla Seeger
 2008 Era (Short)
Jane Ambrosia
 2008 The Unit (TV Series)

Inquisition (2008) … Amy
 2008 Ladies of the House (TV Movie)
 2007 Tooth and Nail
 2007 Southern Gothic
 2006 Cemetery Gates
 2005 Next Exit
Tracy Morris
 2004 Sonata (Video)


Megumi Hayashibara was born on March 30, 1967 in Tokyo, Japan. She is an actress, known for Paprika (2006), Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995) and Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back (1998). She has been married to Amiya Masaharu since April 30, 1998.






Actress (270 credits)
 2018 FLCL Progressive (filming)
Haruha Raharu (Japanese version, voice)
  Evangerion shin gekijoban (announced)
Rei Ayanami / EVA-01 (Berserker) / Pen Pen (voice)
 2018 Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (Video Game)
Shantotto (voice)
 1997-2017 Pokémon (TV Series)
Musashi / Pidgeotto / Skitty / …

Mimikyu Unmasked (2017) … Jessie (japanese version, voice)
Rising from the Ruins! (2017) … Ash’s Rowlet / Rockruff (japanese version, voice)
Trials and Determinations! (2017) … Ash’s Rowlet (japanese version, voice)
Currying Favor and Flavor! (2017) … Ash’s Rowlet (japanese version, voice)
The Ol’ Raise and Switch! (2017) … Ash’s Rowlet (japanese version, voice)
 2017 Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!
Musashi (voice)
 2017 The Dragon Dentist (TV Movie)
Shibana (voice)
 2017 Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia (Video Game)
Shantotto (Japanese version, voice)
 2017 Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Video Game)
Shuichi Saihara (voice)
 2017 Onihei (TV Series)

Tanbei of Chigashira (2017) … Ofusa (voice)
 2016 Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon (TV Series)
 2016 World of Final Fantasy (Video Game)
Shantotto (Japanese version, voice)
 2015-2016 Ushio & Tora (TV Series)
Hakumen no Mono / Towako / Hakumen no Mono’s servant / …

The Fate of Ushio and Tora (2016) … Hakumen no Mono (voice)
The End (2016) … Hakumen no Mono (voice)
To the Promised Night (2016) … Hakumen no Mono (voice)
Hope (2016) … Hakumen no Mono (voice)
Tora (2016) … Hakumen no Mono (voice)
 2016 Shôwa Genroku rakugo shinjû (TV Series)
 2015 Rapid Rouge (Short) (voice)
 2015 Cassette Girl (Short)
Yu-ri Anno (voice)
 2015 Tabi no robo kara (Short)
Mina (voice)
 2015 Neon Genesis: Impacts (Short) (voice)
 2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Video Game)
Andoria (Japanese version, voice)
 2015 Magic Kaito 1412 (TV Series)
Ai Haibara

Kid vs Conan: Teleportation Under the Moonlight (2015) … Ai Haibara (voice)
 2015 Power Plant No.33 (Short)
 2015 Tomorrow from There (Short)
 2014 Sword Art Online (TV Series)
Kyouko Yuuki

Beginning of a Dream (2014) … Kyouko Yuuki (voice)
Sleeping Knights (2014) … Kyouko Yuuki (voice)
Absolute Sword (2014) … Kyouko Yuuki (voice)
 2014 Carnage (Short) (voice)
 2014 Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Video Game)
Latias / Arceus / Eevee / … (Japanese version, voice)
 2014 Rakuen Tsuiho: Expelled from Paradise
Christin Gillum (voice)
 2014 Hill Climb Girl (Short)
Hinako (voice)
 2014 The Dragon Dentist (Short)
Girl (voice)
 2014 Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS (Video Game)
Latias / Eevee / Fennekin (Japanese version, voice)
 2014 Space Dandy (TV Series)

Gallant Space Gentleman, Baby (2014) … Pine-Pine (voice)
 2014 Pikachu, What’s This Key? (Short)
Fokko (voice)
 1999-2014 Detective Conan (TV Series)
Ai Haibara / Sherry / Shiho Miyano / …

Promise with a J-Leaguer (2014) … Ai Haibara (voice)
Bathroom Where Ran Collapsed as Well: Part 2 (2014) … Ai Haibara (voice)
Bathroom Where Ran Collapsed as Well: Part 1 (2014) … Ai Haibara (voice)
The Coded Invitation (2014) … Ai Haibara (voice)
 2014 Kantoku Fuyuki Todoki (TV Series)
Rompers (voice)
 2013 Lupin III vs. Conan
Ai (voice)
 2013 Pokémon: Eevee & Friends (Short)
Thunders (voice)
 2013 Chihayafuru (TV Series)
Midori Sakurazawa

Episode #2.25 (2013) … Midori Sakurazawa (voice)
Episode #2.24 (2013) … Midori Sakurazawa (voice)
Sono e no sakura sakinikeri (2013) … Midori Sakurazawa (voice)
Meguri ahite (2013) … Midori Sakurazawa (voice)
Aki no ta no (2013) … Midori Sakurazawa (voice)
 2012 Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo
Rei Ayanami (kashou) / Pen Pen / Yui Ikari (voice)
 2012 Project X Zone (Video Game)
Duwei Frabellum (voice)
 2012 Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo (Short)
Narrator (voice)
 2012 Utae Meroetta: Rinka Nomi o Sagase (Video short)
Snivy (voice)
 2012 Wolf Children
Sohei’s Mother (voice)
 2012/I Asura
Wakasa (voice)
 2011 Final Fantasy Type-0 (Video Game)
Andoria (voice)
 2011 Blue Exorcist (TV Series)
Yuri Frederik Egin

Toki yo Tomare (2011) … Yuri Frederik Egin (Japanese version, voice)
Satan no Ko (2011) … Yuri Frederik Egin (Japanese version, voice)
Shinjitsu (2011) … Yuri Frederik Egin (Japanese version, voice)
 2011 Magic Kaito (TV Mini-Series)
Ai Haibara

The Princess Prefers Magic (2011) … Ai Haibara (voice)
Kaitou Kid’s Busy Date (2011) … Ai Haibara (voice)
 2011 Pikachu’s Summer Bridge Story (Short)
Snivy (voice)
 2011 Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy (Video Game)
Shantotto (Japanese version, voice)
 2010 Rainbow: Nishakubou no shichinin (TV Series)

Revenge (2010) … Narration (Japanese version, voice)
Promise (2010) … Narration (Japanese version, voice)
Showdown (2010) … Narration (Japanese version, voice)
Vengeance (2010) … Narration (Japanese version, voice)
Lament (2010) … Narration (Japanese version, voice)
 2009 Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance
Rei Ayanami / Pen Pen / Yui Ikari (voice)
 2009 Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser
Ai Haibara (voice)
 1995-2009 The Slayers (TV Series)
Lina Inverse

Zero hour: Horobiyuku mono! (2009) … Lina Inverse (voice)
Yesterdays memory: Torimodoshita hibi (2009) … Lina Inverse (voice)
Xeno: Fukkatsu no daishô (2009) … Lina Inverse (voice)
Wisdom: Kaeranu toki o motomete! (2009) … Lina Inverse (voice)
Voice: Tsubo no nakami wa nandesuka? (2009) … Lina Inverse (voice)
 2008 Urusei Yatsura: Za Shougaibutsu Suiei Taikai (TV Movie)
Ranma Saotome (voice)
 2008 Dissidia: Final Fantasy (Video Game)
Shantotto (Japanese version, voice)
 2008 Pikachu’s Ice Adventure (Short)
Chimchar (voice)
 2008 Ranma 1/2: Nightmare! Incense of Spring Sleep (TV Movie)
Ranma Saotome (Female) (voice)
 2008 Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Video Game)
Latias (Japanese version, voice)
 2007 Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone
Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari / Pen Pen (voice)
 2007 Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai
Musashi (voice)
 2007 Meitantei Conan: Tsuioku no Mirajiyu (Video Game)
Ai Haibara (voice)
 2007 Highlander: The Search for Vengeance (Video)
Kyala (voice)
 2006 Paprika
Paprika / Chiba Atsuko (voice)
 2006 Inukami! (TV Series)
Kayano Kawahira

Ore ni wa omae no uta! (2006) … Kayano Kawahira
Sakura no omoide! (2006) … Kayano Kawahira
 2006 The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon
Musashi / Pokémon Zukan (Japanese version, voice)
 2006 The Law of Ueki (TV Series)
Haruko Ueki

Kami ni natta Anon no housoku (2006) … Haruko Ueki (voice)
Kami to shoujo to mirai no housoku (2006) … Haruko Ueki (voice)
Kako kara no kougeki no housoku (2006) … Haruko Ueki (voice)
 2005 Cowboy Bebop: Serenade of Reminiscence (Video Game)
Faye Valentine (voice)
 2005 Pikachû no obake kânibaru (Short)
Phanpy (voice)
 2005 Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew
Pidgeot (voice, uncredited)
 2005 Pokémon 3D Adventure: Myu o Sagase! (Short)
Skitty (voice)
 2005 Shin seiki Evangerion Kotetsu no Garufurendo 2nd (Video Game)
Rei Ayanami (voice)
 2004 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (TV Series)
Theresa (2nd Gig; Ep 18) / Asagi (2nd Gig; Ep 6)

Trans Parent (2004) … Theresa (2nd Gig; Ep 18) (Japanese version, voice)
Excavation (2004) … Asagi (2nd Gig; Ep 6) (Japanese version, voice)
 2003-2004 Cromartie High School (TV Series)
Maeda’s Mother / Pyokora Analogue III

Suda!! Cromartie Girls Highschool (2004) … Maeda’s Mother (voice)
Joshua Tree (2003) … Maeda’s Mother (voice)
Reboot (2003) … Maeda’s Mother (voice)
Electric Warrior (2003) … Maeda’s Mother (voice)
Blade Runners High (2003) … Pyokora Analogue III (voice)
 2002-2003 Pokémon Chronicles (TV Series)
Fushigidane / Musashi / Skitty

Masara Town, Pokémon Trainer’s Journey Begins (2003) … Fushigidane (voice)
Rocket-dan: The Origin of Love and Youth (2003) … Musashi (voice)
Showdown at the Oak Corral (2003) … Fushigidane (voice)
Persevere! Look Forward, Rocket-dan (2002) … Musashi (voice)
 2003 Drakengard (Video Game)
Arioch (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Pokémon: Gotta Dance!! (Short)
Mizugorou (voice)
 2003 Pokémon Channel (Video Game)
Fushigidane / Mizugorou / Musashi (Japanese version, voice)
 2003 Rumiko Takahashi Anthology (TV Series)
Mrs. Kakei

P no Higeki (2003) … Mrs. Kakei (voice)
 2003 Hitsuji no uta (Video)
Chizuna Takashiro (voice)
 2003 Di Gi Charat Nyo (TV Series)
Piyoko (voice)
 2002 Shaman King (TV Series)
Anna Kyôyama

Epirôgu (2002) … Anna Kyôyama (voice)
Arubeki basho (2002) … Anna Kyôyama (voice)
Die gekitotsu! (2002) … Anna Kyôyama (voice)
Eien ni sayonara (2002) … Anna Kyôyama (voice)
Tomodachi (2002) … Anna Kyôyama (voice)
 2002 Pokémon: Camp Pikachu (Short)
Gomazou (voice)
 2002 Pokémon Heroes
Latias (voice, uncredited)
 2002 Tenshi na konamaiki (TV Series)
Megumi Amatsuka (voice)
 2002 Love Hina Again (TV Mini-Series short)
Haruka Urashima

Naru (2002) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
Keitaro (2002) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
Kanako (2002) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
 2002 Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat (TV Series)
Piyoko (voice)
 2002 Detective Conan: 16 Suspects!? (Video short)
Ai Haibara (voice)
 2002 Poketto monsutâ sûji o tsukamaeyou! (Video Game)
Musashi (voice)
 2001 Slayers Premium (Video short)
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 2001 Saber Marionette J Again OVA (Video short)
Lime (Japanese version, voice)
 2001 Love Hina Advance (Video Game)
Haruka Urashima (voice)
 2001 Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
Faye Valentine (voice)
 2001 Pikachu’s PikaBoo (Short)
Fushigidane (voice)
 2001 Pokémon 4Ever
Musashi (voice)
 2000-2001 Love Hina (TV Series)
Haruka Urashima / Akiko Taichi

Motoko’s Choice/Love of the Sword/Don’t Cry! (2001) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
Naru Narusegawa, Her Wavering Heart and Keitaro: Crushed (2000) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
A Sepia-colored Promise with a Sleeping Girl: A Trick? (2000) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
Marry into Money? A Prince from Across the Sea: Warm (2000) … Haruka Urashima (voice)
 2001 Love Hina Spring Special (TV Movie)
Haruka Urashima, Akiko Taichi (voice)
 2000-2001 Muteki-Ô Tri-Zenon (TV Series)
Kana Uryuu

Ore wa matteru ze! (2001) … Kana Uryuu (voice)
Kidô! Erishuon! (2001) … Kana Uryuu (voice)
Furaudia no namida (2001) … Kana Uryuu (voice)
Esutôrio daisakusen! (2001) … Kana Uryuu (voice)
Mujûryoku no wana! (2001) … Kana Uryuu (voice)
 2001 One Piece: Adventure on Nejimaki Island
Honey Queen (voice)
 2001 Tales of Eternia (TV Series)
 2001 Shamu neko fuâsto misshon (Video)
June (voice)
 2000 Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (Video)
Pikachutwo / Pidgeot (voice, uncredited)
 2000 Love Hina Christmas Special: Silent Eve (TV Movie)
Haruka Urashima (voice)
 2000 Pikachu’s Winter Vacation 2001 (Video short)
Bulbasaur (voice)
 2000 LUNAR 2: Eternal Blue Complete (Video Game)
Lemina Ausa (voice)
 2000 Ritual
Woman (voice)
 2000 Pokémon Puzzle League (Video Game)
Pikachutwo (voice, uncredited)
 2000 The Aurora
Nora (voice)
 2000 Jubunairu
Female Researcher / Voice of Tetra
 2000 Pikachu & Pichu (Short)
Fushigidane (voice)
 2000 Pokémon 3: The Movie
Musashi (voice)
 2000 Boys be… (TV Series)

Let it Be (2000) … Chiharu (voice)
Promise of a Thousand Years (2000) … Chiharu (voice)
Before Winter Arrives (2000) … Chiharu (voice)
Holding Sleepless Nights (2000) … Chiharu (voice)
The Category of Happiness (2000) … Chiharu (voice)
 2000 Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
Leila (Japanese version, voice)
 2000 Detective Conan: Captured in Her Eyes
Ai Haibara (voice)
 2000 Za doraemonzu: Doki doki kikansha daibôsô (Short)
Wang Dora (voice)
 1999 Compiler 2 (Video)
Megumi (voice)
 1999 ReReRe no tensai Bakabon (TV Series)
 1999 Pokémon: Pikachu’s Winter Vacation 2 (TV Mini-Series short)

Winter Games/Stantler’s Little Helpers (1999) … Fushigidane (voice)
 1999 Tekkaman Blade: Missing Link (Video short)
Aki Kisaragi (voice)
 1999 Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie
Madoushi (voice)
 1999 Pokemon: Pikachu’s Rescue Adventure (Short)
Fushigidane (voice)
 1999 Pokémon: The Movie 2000
Musashi (voice)
 1999 Shin seiki Evangerion (Video Game)
Rei Ayanami (voice)
 1998-1999 Cowboy Bebop (TV Series)
Faye Valentine

The Real Folk Blues: Part 2 (1999) … Faye Valentine (voice)
The Real Folk Blues: Part 1 (1999) … Faye Valentine (voice)
Hard Luck Woman (1999) … Faye Valentine (voice)
Brain Scratch (1999) … Faye Valentine (voice)
Cowboy Funk (1999) … Faye Valentine (voice)
 1998-1999 Saber Marionette J to X (TV Series)

Rays of Light (1999) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
A Forever Blue Sky (1999) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
The Girls Beyond the Rainbow (1999) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
The Dream in the Circuit (1999) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
The Cry (1999) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
 1999 Pokémon Snap (Video Game)
Dratini (voice, uncredited)
 1999 Compiler (Video)
Megumi (Japanese version, voice)
 1998 DNA Sights 999.9 (Video)
 1998 Queen Emeraldas (Video)
Hiroshi Umino (voice)
 1998 Sanpagîta (Video Game) (voice)
 1998 Slayers: Excellent (Video)
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 1998 Cyber Team in Akihabara (TV Series)
Tsubame Ootorii

Birth (1998) … Tsubame Ootorii (voice)
Tabidachi (1998) … Tsubame Ootorii (voice)
Shitsurakuen (1998) … Tsubame Ootorii (voice)
Saidan toshi (1998) … Tsubame Ootorii (voice)
Ima hito tabi no maboroshi (1998) … Tsubame Ootorii (voice)
 1998 Slayers Gorgeous
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 1998 Pikachu’s Vacation (Short)
Fushigidane / Pigeon (Japanese version, voice)
 1998 Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back
Musashi / Pikachutwo (voice)
 1998 Shadow Skill – Eigi (TV Series)
Elle Lagu (voice)
 1998 Cowboy Bebop: Session XX – Mish-Mash Blues (TV Movie)
Faye Valentine
 1998 Cowboy Bebop (Video Game)
Faye Valentine (voice)
 1998 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel
Rei Ayanami / Mana Kirishima (voice)
 1998 All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (TV Mini-Series)
Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume

Nuku Nuku Forever! We Won’t Forget Your Smile! (1998) … Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (Japanese version, voice)
Diary of Nuku Nuku’s Youth! All-Purpose Cultural Musical! (1998) … Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (Japanese version, voice)
Nuku Nuku in Love! Who Is Her Valentine? (1998) … Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (Japanese version, voice)
Nuku Nuku Wanders! A Happy New Year! I Was Dumped! (1998) … Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (Japanese version, voice)
Nuku Nuku and Ryunosuke! It Was a Very Alligator Night! (1998) … Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (Japanese version, voice)
 1998 Lost Universe (TV Series)
Canal Vorfeed (Japanese version)
 1998 Love & Pop
 1998 All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku DASH! (TV Mini-Series)
Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (voice)
 1998 A Sneak Peek at Pokémon (Video short)
Pidgeotto (voice, uncredited)
 1997 Saber Marionette J Again (TV Series)
Lime (1999) (Japanese version, voice)
 1997 Chô mashin eiyûden Wataru (TV Series)
Himiko (voice)
 1997 Slayers Great
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 1997 A Chinese Ghost Story
Xiaoquan / Sushin (Japanese version, voice)
 1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari (voice)
 1997 Jungle de Ikou! (TV Series)
Ongo (voice)
 1996-1997 Saber Marionette J (TV Series)

You’ll Always Be There (1997) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
The Maiden’s Voyage (1997) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
Faust: Warped Sincerity (1997) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
Soaring Emotion (1997) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
The Big Barbecue Party of Darkness and Light (1997) … Lime (Japanese version, voice)
 1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth
Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari / Pen Pen (voice)
 1996 Slayers: The Book of Spells (Video)
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 1996 Sorcerer Hunters OAV (TV Series)
Tira Misu (voice)
 1996 Slayers Return
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 1995-1996 Neon Genesis Evangelion (TV Series)
Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari / Pen Pen / …

Sekai no Chuushin de Ai o Sakenda Kemono (1996) … Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari / Pen Pen (Japanese version, voice)
The Beginning and the End, or ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’ (1996) … Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari / Pen Pen (Japanese version, voice)
The Day Tokyo-3 Stood Still (1995) … Rei Ayanami / Lower Floor Female Voice (voice)
Both of You, Dance Like You Want to Win! (1995) … Rei Ayanami (voice)
A Human Work (1995) … Girl / Announcement (voice)
 1993-1996 Ranma 1/2 (TV Mini-Series)
Ranma Saotome (Female) / Ranma Saotome

The Two Akanes! “Ranma, Look at Me!” (1996) … Ranma Saotome (Female) (voice)
The Evil Ogre! Hell Hath No Fury Like Kasumi Scorned (1995) … Ranma Saotome (voice)
Oh, Cursed Tunnel of Lost Love! Let My Love Be Forever (1995) … Ranma Saotome (Female) (voice)
Reawakening Memories Part 2 (1995) … Ranma Saotome (Female) (voice)
Reawakening Memories Part 1 (1994) … Ranma Saotome (voice)
 1996 Ninku the Movie (Short)
Rihoko (Japanese version, voice)
 1996 Shadow Skill: The Movie (Video short)
Ella Lagu (voice)
 1995 3×3 Eyes: Legend of the Divine Demon (TV Mini-Series)
Pai (Japanese version, voice)
 1995 Shadow Skill
Ella Lagu (voice)
 1995 Bakuretsu hunters (TV Series)
Tira Misu (Japanese version, voice)
 1995 Mojacko (TV Series)
Mojaru (voice)
 1995 Macross Plus Movie Edition
Lucy MacMillan (voice)
 1991-1995 Hello Kitty and Friends (TV Series)
Hello Kitty

Mom Loves Me After All (1995) … Hello Kitty (voice)
The Circus Comes to Town (1991) … Hello Kitty (voice)
 1995 Slayers the Motion Picture
Lina Inverse (Japanese version, voice)
 1994 Bounty Dog (Video)
Shoko (voice)
 1994 Shounen Santa no daibôken (TV Mini-Series)
Mary (voice)
 1994 DNA² (TV Series)

Bai bai megapurei-bôi (1994) … Tomoko (voice)
Megapure ni natcha dame!! (1994) … Tomoko (voice)
Abunai Ryûji no abunai nôryoku (1994) … Tomoko (voice)
Sono dangan wa Ryûji no mune ni… (1994) … Tomoko (voice)
Dare ni mo ienai! Kotomi (1994) … Tomoko (voice)
 1994 Lunar: Eternal Blue (Video Game)
Lemina Ausa (voice)
 1994 Nezumi no densha: Nanatsu ko-nezumi shirîzu 1 (Video short)
Hatchin (voice)
 1994 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Young Blind Boy

Where Is Gohan!? Training in the Kaioshin Realm (1994) … Young Blind Boy (voice)
 1994 Sailor Moon S the Movie: Hearts in Ice
Himeko Nayotake (voice)
 1994 Tekkaman Blade: Twin Blood (Video short)
Aki Kisaragi (voice)
 1994 Blue Seed (TV Series)
Momiji Fujimiya (Japanese version, voice)
 1994 Macross Plus (TV Mini-Series)
Lucy MacMillan (voice)
 1994 Ranma ½: One Grew Over the Kuno’s Nest
Ranma Saotome (voice)
 1994 Pom Poko
Sasuke (voice)
 1994 Mahô no purinsesu Minkî Momo: Tabidachi no eki (Video short)
Minky Momo (voice)
 1994 Tico of the Seven Seas (TV Series)
Nanami (voice)
 1994 Tekkaman Blade II (TV Mini-Series)
Aki Kisaragi

Dead-Boy (1994) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Virgin-Dream (1994) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Virgin-Blood (1994) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Virgin-Flush (1994) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
 1993 Hakkenden shin sho (Video)
Mouya Inusaka (voice)
 1993 Hello Kitty’s Paradise (TV Series)
 1993 Black Jack (TV Mini-Series)

Sôretsu yûgi (1993) … Rie (voice)
 1993 Bad Boys (Video short)
Kumi (voice)
 1993 Baddo boizu (TV Mini-Series)
Kumi (voice)
 1993 Mahô no purinsesu Minkî Momo (TV Series)
Minky Momo

Momo Gakko e Iku (1993) … Minky Momo (voice)
Hoshini ni negai o (1993) … Minky Momo (voice)
SOS! Marinarsa (1993) … Minky Momo
 1993 Dragon League (TV Series)
Fam (voice)
 1993 Knuckle Heads (Video Game)
Christine Myao (voice)
 1992-1993 Tekkaman Blade (TV Series)
Aki Kisaragi

Moetsukiru myo (1993) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Soretsuna! eviru shishu (1993) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Yami to shi no ummei (1993) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Shinjitsu no shinryakusha (1993) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
Hakuri kuru yami (1992) … Aki Kisaragi (voice)
 1992 Ranma ½: The Movie 2, Nihao My Concubine
Ranma Saotome (female) (voice)
 1992 All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku (TV Series short)
Atsuko ‘Nuku Nuku’ Natsume (Japanese version, voice)
 1992 Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files (TV Series)
Young Genkai
 1992 Video Girl Ai (TV Series)
Ai Amano

Ai-Ai-Ai (1992) … Ai Amano (Japanese version, voice)
Vanishing Ai! (1992) … Ai Amano (Japanese version, voice)
Confession (1992) … Ai Amano (Japanese version, voice)
Present (1992) … Ai Amano (Japanese version, voice)
 1992 Yawara! Sore yuke koshinuke kizzu!
Takeyuki Suzuki
 1992 Hashire Melos!
Clair (voice)
 1991 Chô-Bakumatsu shônen seiki takamaru (Video short)
Yumega Arusaemon (voice)
 1991 Izumo (TV Mini-Series)
Nabi (voice)
 1991 Ichigatsu ni wa Christmas (Video)
Mizuki Tateno (voice)
 1991 Ranma ½: The Movie, Big Trouble in Nekonron, China
Ranma Saotome (female) (voice)
 1991 3×3 Eyes (TV Mini-Series)
Pai Ayanokouji (voice)
 1987-1991 Bubblegum Crisis (TV Mini-Series)

Scoop Chase (1991) … Nam (voice)
Double Vision (1990) … Nam (voice)
Moonlight Rambler (1988) … Nam (voice)
Red Eyes (1988) … Nam (voice)
Revenge Road (1988) … Nam (voice)
 1991 Deluxe Ariel (Video)
Kazumi Kishida (voice)
 1991 Popful Mail (Video Game)
Mail (Sega CD version) (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Heisei tensai Bakabon (TV Series)
 1989-1990 Ranma ½: Nettô-hen (TV Series)
Ranma Saotome Female

Ranma Goes Back to Jusenkyo at Last (1990) … Ranma Saotome Female (Japanese version, voice)
Fight! The Anything-Goes Obstacle Course Race (1990) … Ranma Saotome Female (Japanese version, voice)
Ryoga’s Miracle Cure! Hand Over That Soap (1990) … Ranma Saotome Female (Japanese version, voice)
Enter Ken and His Copycat Kerchief (1990) … Ranma Saotome Female (Japanese version, voice)
Ranma and the Evil Within (1990) … Ranma Saotome Female (Japanese version, voice)
 1990 Hidari no O’Clock! (TV Mini-Series)
Maki (voice)
 1990 Aidoru tenshi yôkoso Yôko (TV Series)
 1990 Mashin eiyûden Wataru 2 (TV Series)
Himiko (voice)
 1990 Gadurin (Video)
Catherine (voice)
 1989 Garaga
 1989 Riding Bean (Video)
Carrie (Japanese version, voice)
 1989 Megazone 23 III (TV Series)

The Day of Liberation (1989) … Dominique (voice)
The Awakening of Eve (1989) … Dominique (voice)
 1989 City Hunter 3 (TV Series)
Moriwaki Misuzu (Japanese version, voice)
 1989 Project A-Ko 4: Final (Video)
Ume (voice)
 1989 Ranma ½ (TV Series)
Ranma Saotome Female / Ranma Saotome

Ore wa otokoda! Ranma chuugoku ni kaeru? (1989) … Ranma Saotome (voice)
Ranma daisuki! Sayonara wa iwanaide!! (1989) … Ranma Saotome (voice)
Gekiretsu shoujo Shanpû toujou! Watashi inochi azukemasu (1989) … Ranma Saotome Female (voice)
Kotsuban uranai! Ranma wa nihonichi no oyomesan (1989) … Ranma Saotome Female (voice)
 1989 Gundam 0080: A War in the Pocket (TV Mini-Series)
Chris Mackenzie

War in the Pocket (1989) … Chris Mackenzie (Japanese version, voice)
Say it Ain’t So, Bernie! (1989) … Chris Mackenzie (Japanese version, voice)
Over the River and Through the Woods (1989) … Chris Mackenzie (Japanese version, voice)
And at the End of the Rainbow? (1989) … Chris Mackenzie (Japanese version, voice)
Reflections in a Brown Eye (1989) … Chris Mackenzie (Japanese version, voice)
 1989 Patlabor: The Movie
Meteorologist (voice)
 1989 Ariel (Video)
Kazumi Kishida / Tomomi (voice)
 1989 Chimpui (TV Series)
Eri Kasugi
 1989 Madô kingu Granzort (TV Series)
Guriguri (voice)
 1989 Alfred J. Kwak (TV Series)
Alfred J. Kwak

De eieren (1989) … Alfred J. Kwak (Japanese version, voice)
 1988 Project A-Ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody (Video)
Ume (voice)
 1988 Mashin eiyûden Wataru (TV Series)
Himiko Shinobibe (voice)
 1988 Efu (TV Series) (voice)
 1987 Junk Boy (Video short)
Walla (voice)
 1987 Relic Armor Legaciam (Video)
 1987 Mami the Esper (TV Series)
Sanae Shimazu (voice)
 1987 City Hunter (TV Series)
Misuzu Moriwaki (voice)
 1987 Digital Devil Story Megami Tensei (Video)
Kanou Fuyuki
 1986 Castle in the Sky
Additional Voices (voice)
 1986 Project A-Ko
Ume (voice)
 1986 Maison Ikkoku (TV Series)
Nanao Yosuke

Sorry to Keep You Waiting! I’m Kyoko Otonashi! (1986) … Nanao Yosuke (voice)
 1981 Naruhodo: The World (TV Series)
 1971 Tensai Bakabon (TV Series)


Melissa Fahn was born on April 28, 1967 in New York City, New York, USA. She is known for her work on Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001), Cowboy Bebop (1998) and Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999). She has been married to Joel Alpers since 2002.
Actress (155 credits)
  Untitled Invader ZIM TV Movie (TV Movie) (announced)
Gaz (voice)
 2017-2018 OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes (TV Series)
Dendy / Boy 2 / Monkey / …

Hope This Flies (2018) … Dendy / Boy 2 (voice)
OK Dendy! Let’s Be K.O.! (2018) … Dendy (voice)
Mystery Science Fair 201X (2018) … Dendy / Monkey (voice)
We Got Hacked (2017) … Dendy (voice)
KO’s Video Channel (2017) … Dendy (voice)
 2018 OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes (Video Game)
Dendy (voice)
 2017 Eureka Seven Hi-Evolution 1
Ray (English version, voice)
 2017 OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes: Dendy (TV Short)
Dendy (voice)
 2017 Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2017 Fire Emblem Heroes (Video Game)
Tana (English version, voice)
 2017 Whisker Haven Tales with the Palace Pets (TV Series)

Ashes to Ashes (2017) … Meadow
 2016 World of Final Fantasy (Video Game)
Chocochick (English version, voice)
 2016 Kuromukuro (TV Series)
Sophie Noel

A Samurai Never Looks Back (2016) … Sophie Noel (voice)
Dream of the Ogre (2016) … Sophie Noel (voice)
Bloodshed at Kurobe (2016) … Sophie Noel (voice)
A Tale of Two Frogs (2016) … Sophie Noel (voice)
Tears of a Narcissus (2016) … Sophie Noel (voice)
 2016 Magi: Adventures of Sinbad (TV Mini-Series)

Dungeon Baal (2016) … Esra (English version, voice)
Sinbad the Sailor (2016) … Esra (English version, voice)
Child of Destiny (2016) … Esra (English version, voice)
 2016 Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (Video Game)
Welch Vineyard (English version, voice)
 2016 OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo (Video Game)
Dendy (voice)
 2015 Superdimension Neptune vs. Sega Hard Girls (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2015 Stella Glow (Video Game)
Mordimort (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2015 Megatagmension Blanc: Neptune Vs Zombies (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2013-2015 Digimon Fusion (TV Series)
Nene Amano

Final Fusion – The Fight for Earth! (2015) … Nene Amano (voice)
The Darkness Before the Dawn (2015) … Nene Amano (voice)
D5 and the Brotherhood of Evil (2015) … Nene Amano (voice)
Rotten to the Digi-Core! (2015) … Nene Amano (voice)
Prison Land (2015) … Nene Amano (voice)
 2015 Boruto: Naruto the Movie
Himawari Uzumaki (English version, voice)
 2015 Megadimension Neptunia VII (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2015 Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Video Game)
Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 2015 God Eater 2: Rage Burst (Video Game)
Female Custom Voice#16 (English version, voice)
 2014 Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3: V Generation (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2014 Rune Factory 4 (Video Game)
Frey (voice)
 2014 Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2014 Lego Friends (TV Series)

Dolphin Cruise (2014) … (voice)
 2014 Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2014 Knights of Sidonia (TV Series)
Izana Shinatose

First Battle (2014) … Izana Shinatose (English version, voice, as Joie Marlowe)
 2014 Elsword Online (Video Game)
Lu (voice)
 2013 Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2013 Hyperdimension Neptunia (TV Series)
Neptune / Purple Heart

The Ties (Bitfrosts) to Tomorrow (2013) … Neptune / Purple Heart (voice)
The Emissary (Aggressor) of Old (2013) … Neptune / Purple Heart (voice)
The Battlefront (Conflict) of Oblivion (2013) … Neptune / Purple Heart (voice)
The Challenge (Rebellion) of Eden (2013) … Neptune / Purple Heart (voice)
The Paradise (Island) Forbidden (2013) … Neptune / Purple Heart (voice)
 2013 DokiDoki! PreCure (TV Series)
Clara Clover / Glitter Clover

The Earth Is in a Big Pinch! The Last Remaining Precure!! (2013) … Clara Clover / Glitter Clover (voice)
 2012 Violetta (TV Series)
Ludmila Ferro

Episode #1.80 (2012) … Ludmila Ferro (English version, voice)
Episode #1.7 (2012) … Ludmila Ferro (English version, voice, singing voice, as Joie Marlowe)
 2012 Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2012 Persona 4 Golden (Video Game)
Yumi Ozawa (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2012 Dragon’s Dogma (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2012 Fire Emblem: Awakening (Video Game)
Maribelle (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2012 Tales of Graces f (Video Game)
Fermat / Reala (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2011 BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend (Video Game)
Rachel Alucard (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2011 Nicktoons MLB (Video Game)
Gaz (voice)
 2011 Unchained Blades (Video Game)
Tiana (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2010 Hyperdimension Neptunia (Video Game)
Neptune / Purple Heart (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2010 Trauma Team (Video Game)
Alyssa Breslin (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2010 Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel (Video Game)
Tyria (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2010 Durarara!! (TV Series)
Ganguro Girl

Kaikô ichiban (2010) … Ganguro Girl (English version, voice)
 2009 Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return! (TV Series)

Slip Rift: Part One (2009) … Jessica (voice)
Black Salt Diamonds (2009) … Jessica (voice)
Outsiders (2009) … Jessica (voice)
Beastly (2009) … Jessica (voice)
The Harvest (2009) … Jessica (voice)
 2009 Disgaea Infinite (Video Game)
Time Travel Clock (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2009 Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers
Nirvash / The End (English version, voice)
 2006-2008 Digimon Data Squad (TV Series)
Kristy Damon

The Data Squad’s Final Battle! (2008) … Kristy Damon (English version, voice)
Justice Equals Power (2008) … Kristy Damon (English version, voice)
The Gorge of Deception! (2008) … Kristy Damon (voice)
The Rise of RizeGreymon! (2007) … Kristy Damon (voice)
The Digi-Egg That Fell to Earth (2007) … Kristy Damon (voice)
 2008 Cross Edge (Video Game)
Felicia (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2008 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (Video Game)
Yumi Ozawa (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2008 Star Ocean: Second Evolution (Video Game)
Welch Vineyard (English version, voice)
 2007-2008 Blue Dragon (TV Series)

Shû (2008) … Bouquet (English version, voice)
Kizuna (2008) … Bouquet (English version, voice)
Zora (2008) … Bouquet (English version, voice)
Futatsu no chikai (2008) … Bouquet (English version, voice)
Yami no naka e (2008) … Bouquet (English version, voice)
 2007 Star Ocean: First Departure (Video Game)
Welch Vineyard (English version, voice)
 2007 MegaMan Star Force (TV Movie)
Luna Platz
 2007 Passions (TV Series)
Young Ezmerelda

Episode #1.2028 (2007) … Young Ezmerelda
 2007 MegaMan Star Force (TV Series)
Luna Platz

Alien Attack (2007) … Luna Platz (voice)
Battleship Omega (2007) … Luna Platz (voice)
Collision Course (2007) … Luna Platz (voice)
The Roar of Anger (2007) … Luna Platz (voice)
Bubble Trouble (2007) … Luna Platz (voice)
 2006 Blue Dragon (Video Game)
Kakura / Lago Village Child / Noluta Village Child / … (English version, voice)
 2006 God Hand (Video Game)
Conchita / Villains / Villagers (English version, voice)
 2006 Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2: The Phantom Fortress (Video Game)
Kasumi (English version, voice)
 2005-2006 Noein: Mô hitori no kimi he (TV Series)
Haruka Kaminogi

Hajimari (2006) … Haruka Kaminogi (English version, voice)
Owari (2006) … Haruka Kaminogi (English version, voice)
Mirai he… (2006) … Haruka Kaminogi (English version, voice)
Maboroshi (2006) … Haruka Kaminogi (English version, voice)
Môichido… (2006) … Haruka Kaminogi (English version, voice)
 2006 Ar Tonelico: Melody of Elemia (Video Game)
Watch Rabbit (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2006 Mix Master (TV Series)
Luna / Blue Girl / Young Ray / …

The Legend of the Mix Master (2006) … Luna / Blue Girl / Young Ray / … (voice)
 2005 Zatch Bell!: Mamodo Fury (Video Game)
Tia (English version, voice)
 2005 Eureka Seven (TV Series)
Ray Beams

Memento Mori (2005) … Ray Beams (English version, voice)
Helter Skelter (2005) … Ray Beams (English version, voice)
Morning Glory (2005) … Ray Beams (English version, voice)
World’s End Garden (2005) … Ray Beams (English version, voice)
Paradise Lost (2005) … Ray Beams (English version, voice)
 2005 Eureka Seven Vol.1: The New Wave (Video Game)
Additional Voices (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2005 Monster (TV Series)

The Baby’s Depression (2005) … Prostitute (English version, voice)
 2005 Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love (Video Game)
Rosarita ‘Rosita’ Aries (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2005 Karas: The Prophecy (Video)
Chizuru (English version, voice)
 2005 Wild Arms 4 (Video Game)
Fiore / Asia / Gob Princess (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2005 Zatch Bell!: Mamodo Battles (Video Game)
Tia (English version, voice)
 2005 Radiata Stories (Video Game)
Arnold (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2005 Zatch Bell! (TV Series)

London Calling (2005) … Tia (English version, voice)
Another Zatch (2005) … Tia (English version, voice)
A New Pledge Between Zatch and Tia (2005) … Tia (English version, voice)
The Tomboy and the Popstar (2005) … Tia (English version, voice)
 2004 Destiny of the Shrine Maiden (TV Series)
Sister Miyako

Yomotsu hirasaka he (2004) … Sister Miyako (English version, voice)
Rengoku ni furu ame (2004) … Sister Miyako (English version, voice)
Tokoyo no kuni (2004) … Sister Miyako (English version, voice)
 2004 Samurai Warriors: Xtreme Legends (Video Game)
Okuni (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2004 Naruto (TV Series)
Attractive Woman

Mitai, shiritai, tashikametai Kakashi sensei no sugao (2004) … Attractive Woman (English version, voice)
 2004 Suikoden IV (Video Game)
Agnes (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2004 Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana (Video Game)
Norn (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2001-2004 Invader ZIM (TV Series)
Gaz / Kids / Kid Drinking Milk / …

Pilot (2004) … Gaz (voice)
Gaz, Taster of Pork (2003) … Gaz (voice)
The Girl Who Cried Gnome/Dibship Rising (2003) … Gaz / Kid Drinking Milk (English version, voice)
Vindicated/The Voting of the Doomed (2003) … Gaz (voice)
Backseat Drivers from Beyond the Stars (2003) … Gaz (English version, voice)
 2004 New Getter Robo (TV Series)
Ruby, Lab Staff (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2004 Mars Daybreak (TV Series)
Vestemona ‘Vess’ Lauren

Episode #1.1 (2004) … Vestemona ‘Vess’ Lauren (English version, voice)
 2004 Tenjho tenge (TV Series)
Mana Kuzunoha (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 2004 Samurai Warriors (Video Game)
Okuni (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2003-2004 Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (TV Series)
Prostitute / Nurse / Murder Victim 1

Night Cruise (2004) … Prostitute (English version, voice)
Okizari no Kiseki/Eraser (2003) … Nurse (English version, voice, uncredited)
Mitsurin-Kouro ni Uttetsuke no Hi/Jungle Cruise (2003) … Murder Victim 1 (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2003 Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (Video Game)
Sara Trantoul (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2001-2003 Digimon: Digital Monsters (TV Series)
Rika Nonaka / Narrator / Sakuyamon

Glean Eggs and Scram (2003) … Narrator (voice)
Jerks and the Beanstalk (2003) … Narrator (voice)
The Bully Pulpit (2003) … Narrator (voice)
The Man in the Moon Is You (2003) … Narrator (voice)
It Can’t Be! Lucemon Reappears (2003) … Narrator (voice)
 2002 Rugrats (TV Series)

Babies in Toyland Part 1 (2002) … Caroller (voice)
 2002 Liberty’s Kids: Est. 1776 (TV Series)

Not Yet Begun to Fight (2002) … (voice, as Tina Dixon)
The Turtle (2002) … (voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2002 Please Teacher! (TV Series)
Kaede Misumi

Himitsu na futari (Secret Couple) (2002) … Kaede Misumi (English version, voice)
Mazuiyo seinsei (This Isn’t Right, Teacher) (2002) … Kaede Misumi (English version, voice)
Mô, omuko ni ikemasen (I Can’t Get Married Anymore) (2002) … Kaede Misumi (English version, voice)
Oshiete teîchâ (Teach Me, Teacher) (2002) … Kaede Misumi (English version, voice)
 2002 Hare+Guu Deluxe (Video)
Rebecca (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2002 Gun Frontier (TV Series)
Woman A, Prostitute, Woman In Stage Coach, Maya (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2002 Love Hina Again (TV Mini-Series short)
Kanako Urashima

Naru (2002) … Kanako Urashima (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
Keitaro (2002) … Kanako Urashima (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
Kanako (2002) … Kanako Urashima (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2002 Kessen II (Video Game)
Himiko / Huang Yue Ying (English version, voice, uncredited)
 2002 Digimon: Runaway Locomon (Short)
Rika Nonaka (English version, voice)
 2002 Zentrix (TV Series)

The City of Zentrix (2002) … Akina (English version, voice)
 2001 Mahoromatic (TV Series)
Chizuko Oe, Dark Blue Haired Sakura System, VESPER Secretary (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2001 Kaze no yôjinbô (TV Series)
Miyuki Tanokura (English version, voice)
 2001 Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
Edward Wong (English version, voice)
 2001 Samurai Girl: Real Bout High School (TV Series)
Nurse Nanako Hishinuma / Student With Sandwiches / Red Queen (2001) (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2001 Digimon: Battle of Adventurers
Rika Nonaka (English version, voice)
 2001 s-CRY-ed (TV Series)
Cammy / Girl At Party / Chuka

Kazuma (2001) … Cammy / Girl At Party / Chuka (English version, voice)
 2001 Hare+Guu (TV Series)
Rebecca (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2001 Love Hina Spring Special (TV Movie)
School Girl (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2000-2001 Mezzo Forte (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.2 (2001) … Mikura (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
Episode #1.1 (2000) … Mikura (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2000 Hello Kitty’s Paradise (TV Series)
Kitty (voice)
 2000 Ah! My Goddess: The Movie
Sora Hasegawa (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 2000 Android Kikaider: The Animation (TV Series)
Etsuko Sarutobi (English version, voice)
 2000 Vandread (TV Series)
Additional Voices (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2000 FLCL (TV Mini-Series)
Eri Ninamori

Maruraba (2000) … Eri Ninamori (English version, voice, as Heather Lee Joelson)
Faisuta (2000) … Eri Ninamori (English version, voice, as Heather Lee Joelson)
Furikuri (2000) … Eri Ninamori (English version, voice, as Heather Lee Joelson)
 2000/I Fast Food (Short)
 2000 Love Hina (TV Series)
School Girl (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 2000 Gate Keepers (TV Series)
Specs (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1999 Samurai: Hunt for the Sword (TV Mini-Series)
Lei Lin (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1999 Wild ARMs: Twilight Venom (TV Series)
Michelle Fran / Sylvie (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 1999 Arc the Lad (TV Series)
Chante / Additional Voices

Shinning Baby (1999) … Chante / Additional Voices (voice, as Melissa Charles)
White House … Chante / Additional Voices (voice, as Melissa Charles)
The Place Where the Truth Is … Chante / Additional Voices (voice, as Melissa Charles)
The Crusade with No Name … Chante / Additional Voices (voice, as Melissa Charles)
The Criminals … Chante / Additional Voices (voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1999 The Wild Thornberrys (TV Series)

On the Right Track (1999) … Katrina (voice)
 1999 Black Heaven (TV Series)
Additional Voices (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1998-1999 Cowboy Bebop (TV Series)
Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV

Hard Luck Woman (1999) … Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV (English version, voice)
Brain Scratch (1999) … Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV (English version, voice)
Cowboy Funk (1999) … Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV (English version, voice)
Boogie-Woogie Feng-Shui (1999) … Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV (English version, voice)
Pierrot le Fou (1999) … Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV (English version, voice)
 1998 El Hazard: The Alternative World (TV Series)
Alielle Ralielle (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1998 Flint: The Time Detective (TV Series)
Bindi (English version, voice)
 1998 The Eddie Files (TV Series)

Charts & Graphs: The Dessert Derby (1998) … Waitress
 1998 Nightwalker: Midnight Detective (TV Series)
Asami Akiba / Monique

Yo aruku mono (1998) … Asami Akiba (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Ido no soko (1998) … Monique (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1997-1998 Vampire Princess Miyu (TV Series)
Lilith / Mei-Fah / Shizuko

Woman Priest (1998) … Mei-Fah (English version, voice)
Dream of the Mermaid (1998) … Shizuko (English version, voice)
Tale of the Ocean’s Light: Part 2 (1998) … Lilith (English version, voice)
Tale of the Ocean’s Light: Part 1 (1997) … Lilith (English version, voice)
 1997 El Hazard: The Magnificent World 2 (Video)
Alielle (voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1997 Fushigi Yûgi: The Mysterious Play – Eikoden (TV Mini-Series)
Nyan Nyan (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1997 Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (Video Game)
Little Girl (English version, voice)
 1997 Jungle de Ikou! (TV Series)
Natsumi Rokudo / Mei (English version, voice)
 1996 Apocalypse Zero (Video)
Megumi (English version, voice)
 1996 Sumo Vixens (Video)
Setsuko (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1993-1996 The Ren & Stimpy Show (TV Series)
Girl / Cindy / Debra

Nothing But Shorts (1996) … Girl (voice)
Ren’s Retirement (1994) … (voice)
Stimpy’s Fan Club (1993) … Cindy / Debra (voice)
 1996 Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (TV Series)
Child Karen (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1995 El Hazard: The Magnificent World (Video)
Alielle (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1995 El Hazard: Wanderers (TV Series)
Alielle (voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1995 Tokyo Revelation (Video)
Kiyoko (English version, voice, as Mellissa Charles)
 1994 Yûgen kaisha (Video short)
Rokugou (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1993 Hello Kitty’s Paradise (TV Series)
 1993 Moldiver (TV Series short)
Mao (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1993 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
Student in Black

Emily (1993) … Student in Black
 1992 Îsu II: Tenkû no shinden (Video short)
Feena (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 1992 Jin Jin (TV Series)
Additional Voices (voice)
 1989-1992 Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor (TV Series)
Mizuki Segawa

Aputomu moukou!! yomigaere gaibaa I (1992) … Mizuki Segawa (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Juu shinpen!! Murakami tadashi ju (1992) … Mizuki Segawa (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Dasshutsu naru ka!! ma no takeyo machi (1992) … Mizuki Segawa (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Shougeki no henshin!! higeki no enzaimu II (1992) … Mizuki Segawa (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Tsuigeki e no joshou (1990) … Mizuki Segawa (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1992 The Superdimensional Fortress Macross II: Lovers Again (TV Series short)
Amy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1989 Betty Boop’s Hollywood Mystery (Short)
Betty Boop (voice)
 1989 Y’s: Legacy (Video)
Feena (English version, voice, as Tina Dixon)
 1989 Gundam 0080: A War in the Pocket (TV Mini-Series)

War in the Pocket (1989) … Dorothy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Say it Ain’t So, Bernie! (1989) … Dorothy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Over the River and Through the Woods (1989) … Dorothy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
And at the End of the Rainbow? (1989) … Dorothy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
Reflections in a Brown Eye (1989) … Dorothy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1988 Salsa
Featured Dancer
 1987 Black Magic M-66 (Video)
Ferris (voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1983 Super Dimension Century Orguss (TV Series)
Mimsy (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1982 Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space
Fraw Bow (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1981 Mobile Suit Gundam II: Soldiers of Sorrow
Fraw Bow (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1981 Mobile Suit Gundam I
Fraw Bow (English version, voice, as Melissa Charles)
 1977 Lupin the 3rd (TV Series)
Party Guest

Steal File M123 (1977) … Party Guest (English version, voice)
 1973 Panda Kopanda Rainy Day Circus (Short)
Panny / Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 1972 Panda! Go Panda! (Short)
Panny (English version, voice)


Original Broadway Production, 2003
Glinda (Understudy) [Replacement]
[San Francisco (Regional)]
World Premiere, 2003

Angela Scanlon

Angela Scanlon

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Angela Scanlon
Born Angela Marie Scanlon
(1983-12-29) 29 December 1983 (age 34)
Ratoath, County Meath, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Education Dublin Institute of Technology
Occupation Tv presenter, journalist
Employer RTÉ, BBC
Spouse(s) Roy Horgan

Angela Marie Scanlon (born 29 December 1983) is an Irish television presenter, broadcaster and former journalist for RTÉ and the BBC. She initially broadcast on Irish television, presenting a number of programmes on RTÉ including documentary Oi Ginger! in 2013.

Since 2016, she appeared as a reporter on The One Show, and presented in the absence of Alex Jones. She undertook her first role on a major British show as a co-host of Robot Wars with Dara Ó Briain in 2016.[1]

Early life[edit]

Angela Scanlon was born in Ratoath,[2] County Meath, Ireland, into a family of four sisters. She attended school in Dunshaughlin, Meath and went on to study Business at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT).


Scanlon has worked as a stylist and a journalist, before moving into television. She wrote for Tatler, Grazia, Company, U Magazine, and Sunday Times Style magazine. She also writes the column ‘Out of the Closet’[3] for The Irish Independent Weekend magazine. She has been featured in magazines including Vogue, Elle Japan, Sunday Times Style, Company and TWIN.[citation needed]

In 2001, Angela Scanlon was a dancer with the O’Shea Irish Dance Company and appeared in the Irish Thunder show at Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Virginia USA.

In 2012, The Irish Times described Scanlon as one of ’10 Irish Instagrammers You Need to Follow’.[4] Scanlon was named as the ‘one to watch’ by Vogue[5] in 2013 and has been cited in The Observers regular Why We’re Watching[6] feature as the UK’s new onscreen fashion queen. The Daily Telegraph also commended Angela’s talents in Who’s That Girl.[7] In 2013, she fronted a campaign for Louis Vuitton.[8]

After working on fashion shows Xposé and Off the Rails for RTÉ and on Channel 4‘s Sunday Brunch, Scanlon went on to join RTÉ’s The Movie Show[9] as a reporter and on The Love Clinic in 2012. Scanlon appeared on the popular The Saturday Night Show with host Brendan O’Connor, in 2013 and 2014.

Scanlon joined the panel of Next Week’s News[10] in February 2014 and also put together a Yahoo! 12-part series Work the Look[11] demonstrating how to pull off key essential looks.

Her first major documentary Oi Ginger! was broadcast in 2014. Angela Scanlon: Full Frontal[12] was her follow-up series airing in October 2014, addressing subjects sometimes considered taboo. Scanlon was featured on Republic of Telly’s Ginger is the New Black in October 2014.[13]

In 2014 she hosted London Fashion Weekend for a third time, a job she took over from Caroline Flack after hosting the Vodafone Live Lounge for the British Fashion Council at the event for two years. Scanlon co-hosts BBC Northern Ireland/RTÉ’s popular holiday programme, Getaways having taken over from Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin. Scanlon also launched Marks & Spencer‘s pop-up Halloween shop with Joanna Lumley in aid of Oxfam.[14]

In November 2016, it was announced that Scanlon, along with Michelle Ackerley, would provide maternity cover for Jones and co-present the show with Matt Baker in early 2017.[15][16]

In 2016, she presented her own series, Angela Scanlon’s Close Encounters!, and the documentary, Trump’s Unlikely Superfans, for BBC Three.

From 2018, Scanlon will host her own BBC Radio 2 show on Sunday mornings from 4–6am.[17]

Personal life[edit]

She is married to Roy Horgan and they have a daughter Ruby Ellen born on 25 February 2018.[18]


Year Title Role Channel
Off the Rails
2008–2010 Xposé Stylist
Next Week’s News Panellist
2012–2013 The Movie Show Reporter RTÉ One/RTÉ2
2012 The Love Clinic Reporter
2014 Oi Ginger! Presenter
Angela Scanlon: Full Frontal Presenter RTÉ2
2015–2016 Getaways Co-presenter BBC Northern Ireland/RTÉ
2015 The Voice UK Online presenter BBC Online
T in the Park Co-presenter BBC Three
2015— The One Show Reporter and stand-in presenter[19] BBC One
2016—2018 Robot Wars Co-presenter BBC Two
2016 Angela Scanlon’s Close Encounters Presenter BBC Three
The British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet Presenter
Trump’s Unlikely Superfans Presenter
2017 Tourettes: Teenage Tics Narrator
Delete, Delete, Delete Guest BBC One Northern Ireland
Debatable Panellist, 3 episodes BBC Two
Britain’s Greatest Invention Contributor
World’s Oldest Family Presenter BBC One
Richard Osman’s House of Games Contestant, 5 episodes BBC Two

Carmit Bachar

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Carmit Bachar
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Bachar at the premiere of 27 Dresses, 2008
Background information
Also known as Foxy Doll
Born (1974-09-04) September 4, 1974 (age 43)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation(s) Singer, dancer, model, actress, showgirl
Years active 1995–present
  • A&M (2004–2009)
  • Cheyenne
  • Polydor (2001–2002)
Associated acts

Carmit Bachar (Hebrew: כרמית בכר‎; born September 4, 1974) is an American singer, dancer, model, actress and showgirl. She was a member of the successful pop/R&B group, the Pussycat Dolls and one of the main vocalists of the group, along with Nicole Scherzinger and Melody Thornton. Bachar left the group in February 2008. She is currently engaged and gave birth to a girl named Keala Rose on September 18, 2011.[1] She is currently a member of electro/pop duo called LadyStation.

Early life[edit]

Bachar was born in Los Angeles, her father is of Jewish Israeli descent and her mother is of Indonesian, Dutch and Chinese descent.[2] She was born with a cleft lip and cleft palate.[3] She was raised in Encino, California. Both parents were dancers; her mother worked as a dance teacher at Bancroft Middle School of Performing Arts and her father worked with Elvis Presley and Marcel Marceau. Bachar competed internationally as a rhythmic gymnast for 10 years, and placed 5th in the U.S. Olympic trials in 1992. During her career competing on the U.S. National Team, she attended Hamilton Academy of Music in Los Angeles, studying music, dance, piano and viola.

The Pussycat Dolls[edit]

Bachar with the Pussycat Dolls

Bachar performing at the Jingle Bell Bash 9 at the Tacoma Dome

Bachar joined the Pussycat Dolls in 1995 while they were a burlesque show. In 2002, she brought her friend Gwen Stefani to perform at the Pussycat Dolls show. Stefani brought along Interscope‘s Ron Fair and Jimmy Iovine. Later, the Dolls got signed at Interscope Records.

Carmit was a member of the Pussycat Dolls longer than any other performer being that she started in 1995 with the Burlesque show and left in 2008 after seven years with the recording group. She was also the first doll to be signed into the recording group in 2001. Most of the then members, including lead singer Nicole Scherzinger and back-up singer Melody Thornton, were cast by co-founder Robin Antin in 2002 and 2003, when the group was being transformed into pop recording artists.

In 2006 and 2007, she toured with the Dolls in support of their multi-million selling album PCD. She was one of the three lead vocalists in the group, and had lead parts in the songs “Beep“, “Buttons“, “I Don’t Need a Man“, “Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)”, “Right Now” and “Tainted Love”, “Fever”, “Whole Lotta Love”, among others.

In February 2008, reports surfaced that she was leaving the Pussycat Dolls to pursue solo projects. On March 8, 2008, Bachar officially announced her departure from the Pussycat Dolls on the group’s official website.[4]

Thornton gave Bachar special thanks in the ‘Thank You’ section of the Pussycat Dolls’ second album Doll Domination.

Solo Career[edit]

As an actress & Dancer[edit]

Bachar has appeared in several films, including 13 Going on 30, Along Came Polly, The Scorpion King and 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle featuring the Pussycat Dolls.

In 1997, Bachar was credited as a dancer in the Nickelodeon Movies film, Good Burger.[5]

As a freelance dancer she has toured or appeared live with several rock/pop acts. In 1999 and 2000, she was the “Livin’ La Vida Loca” woman in Ricky Martin‘s world tour. In 2003 No Doubt‘s world tour, and appears on stage with Gwen Stefani during “Bathwater” in No Doubt’s DVD Rock Steady Live. In 2001, she was a dancer for Aaliyah‘s music video “Rock the Boat“. In 2004 she was a back-up dancer for Janet Jackson during the infamous Super Bowl half-time show. In 2004, she was a dancer for Beyoncé’s tours and appears on Her 2004 DVD Live at Wembley. She appeared in more than 21 music videos including Macy Gray‘s “Sexual Revolution“, Jennifer Lopez‘s “Ain’t It Funny“, Wyclef Jean‘s “Perfect Gentleman“, the Black Eyed Peas‘s “Shut Up“, Michael Jackson‘s “Blood On The Dance Floor“, Aaliyah‘s “Rock the Boat“, the Offspring‘s “Why Don’t You Get a Job?“, and also Beyoncé‘s “Crazy in Love” and “Baby Boy“.

The Zodiac Show[edit]

In 2001 in Los Angeles, Bachar, Lee Cherry, Scarlett Cherry and others started an ‘underground’ nightclub called Freedom. This became the occasional “multi-genre cabaret” which was first held at the Hollywood Athletic Club, then The Key Club. As of 2006, Bachar is still co-producing the event, which is now called The Zodiac Show. In August 2008 it was reported that Bachar will be doing another Zodiac Show, which she described as “a rock ‘n’ roll version of Cirque Du Soleil“.[6] The 2008 show was a success and The Zodiac Show may tour outside of the US.


It has been reported that she wishes to form a non-profit organization called “Smile With Me”: “I want to have my own charity for children and adults who are born with a cleft palate. I was born with one and I want to educate and inspire people by saying that inner beauty is more important than looks.”[7][8]

Bachar is an ambassador of “Operation Smile“, a worldwide children’s medical charity that helps improve the health and lives of children and young adults born with facial deformities.[9] In November 2007, she participated in an Operation Smile international medical mission in Bolivia, where she and her team organized creative stations for the kids like face and body painting, bookmaking, music and dance.[10]

Solo music and LadyStation[edit]

Bachar is featured in the 2007 song “Lo-Down” by Storm Lee on his album Soulfillapopkilla.[11] Meanwhile, she recorded background vocals for Macy Gray‘s album Big. She also collaborated with Vikter Duplaix on an upcoming song of his.

Bachar recorded background vocals for a single by Macy Gray, called “Beauty in the World”.

In an interview with E! from March 2008, she mentioned that she wants to release a solo album in the future. In another interview with she said she worked with Macy Gray and that her album will be released in 2009. In June 2008, a song called “Carmasutra” appeared on Bachar’s MySpace. She confirmed in her blog that it’s an older demo song.[12] In December 2008, an unfinished version of “Overrated” was leaked. In June 2009, she performed a new song called “Fierce” in nightclubs. It was produced by Jared Lee Gosselin, and written by Carmit Bachar, Kay Cola and Che’Nelle. Other producers she worked with are among others Justin Michael, Phillipe Bianco, Leo Mellace and Steve Catizone.[13][14] Bachar’s album was set to be released in early or mid-2010.

In the September 2009 issue of Kee Magazine, Bachar revealed that her album will be titled “Formerly Of…”.

On 18. March 2010, rapper Detroit Diamond released an EP which featured a track with Bachar titled “Something ‘Bout You”, as well as her solo songs “Fierce” and “Cream”. The EP, produced by Jared Lee Gosselin, is available on and also on iTunes and Amazon as digital download.[16] A music video for the song “Keep On Smiling” will be released in 2012.[needs update][17]

With the LadyStation she released their debut song “Body In Motion” in 2011. In July 2012, the duo released a single “Motivation” with DJ Paul Thomas.

On 2017, February 24th. Bachar release her first official single “It’s Time” under her stage name “Carmit” (not including her last name.)


Extended Plays[edit]

Album Titles Album Details Tracklist
Detroit Diamond Feat. Carmit(with Detroit Diamond)
  • Released: March 20, 2010
  • Label: Antithesis Records
  • Format: Digital download

  1. “Something ’bout You” (Detroit Diamond feat.Carmit Bachar)
  2. “Gucci Shoes” (Detroit Diamond)
  3. “Roll With Me” (Detroit Diamond)
  4. “Cream” (Carmit Bachar)
  5. “Cream (Timmy Fingerz Dance Mix)” (Carmit Bachar)
  6. “Cream (Derrick Carter Detroit House Mix)” (Carmit Bachar)
  7. “Something ‘Bout You (Timmy Fingerz Dance Mix)” (Detroit Diamond feat.Carmit Bachar)
  8. “Fierce” (Carmit Bachar)
Voices (with LadyStation)
  • Released: July 19, 2015
  • Label: Independent
  • Format: Digital download

  1. “Nurse You Back to Love”
  2. “Stay”
  3. “Voices”
  4. “Wave”
  5. “Jealousy”

Official Singles[edit]

Title Year Album
It’s Time 2017 Non-Album Single

Promotional Singles[edit]

Title Year Album
Keep On Smiling (with Open Artist Movement) 2010 We Are Golden – Mixtape
Body in Motion (with LadyStation) 2011 Non-Album Single
Loud (with LadyStation) 2012

As Feature Artist[edit]

Title Year Other Artist(s) Album
Lo-Down 2008 Storm Lee Soulfillapopkilla
Something ’bout You 2010 Detroit Diamond Detroit Diamond Feat. Carmit – EP(Limited Edition)
Motivation(with LadyStation) 2012 Paul Thomas Non-Album Single

As Backing Vocal Artist[edit]

Title Year Other Artist(s) Album
The Sellout 2010 Macy Gray The Sellout
Kissed It Macy Gray(feat.Velvet Revolver)
Beauty In The World Macy Gray
That Man
The Comeback

Music videos[edit]

As Solo Artist[edit]

Year Song Artist Director
2012 “Keep On Smiling” Carmit Bachar Voyeur Productions

Video appearance[edit]

Year Song Artist Role
1997 Blood on the Dancefloor Michael Jackson dancer
1998 “Too Close” Next dancer
“One Week” Barenaked Ladies dancer/angel
1999 Pretty Fly (For a White Guy) The Offspring dancer
“Why Don’t You Get a Job?” The Offspring stressed wife
“Take Me There” Mýa feat. Blackstreet & Mase dancer
“You Need a Man Shanice dancer
“Every Morning” Sugar Ray dancer
“All n My Grill” Missy Elliott dancer
2000 “You’re an Ocean” Fastball dancer
“Bathwater” No Doubt dancer
2001 “Perfect Gentleman” Wyclef Jean dancer
“Ain’t It Funny” Jennifer Lopez gypsy dancer
“Rock the Boat” Aaliyah dancer
“Sexual Revolution” Macy Gray dancer
2002 “Hey Baby” No Doubt dancer
2003 Crazy In Love Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z dancer
“Baby Boy” Beyoncé feat. Sean Paul dancer
“Shut Up” The Black Eyed Peas dancer
2006 “Friend” Scarlett herself
2009 “Snap, Crackle, Pop” Chonique Sneed herself
2010 “Nancy Lee” Vintage Trouble herself


Year Artist Tour Notes
1999-2000 Ricky Martin Livin’ la Vida Loca World Tour Livin’ La Vida Loca Woman
2003 No Doubt Rock Steady Life appeared during “Bathwater”
2004 Janet Jackson infamous Super Bowl half-time show Back Up Dancer
Beyoncé Live at Wembley Dancer
2006-2007 Pussycat Dolls PCD World Tour Herself

Other recording songs[edit]

Title Songwriter
Carmasutra n/a
Cupid (Carmit Bachar, Jared Lee Gosselin, Anthony William Hardy, Mika Lett, Phillip White)
Love is A Weapon (Carmit Bachar, Jared Lee Gosselin, Phillip White)
Me (Carmit Bachar, Jared Lee Gosselin, Mika Lett, Phillip White)
Overrated n/a
Go Hard or Go Home (Jared Lee Gosselin, Anthony William Hardy, Mika Lett, Leah Turner, Phillip White)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Ceremony Year Award Work Result Ref.
Grammy Awards 2007 Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Stickwitu Nominated [18]

Staci Flood

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Staci Flood
Born Staci Beth Codorniz Lavine Costa de Souza Flood
(1974-12-10) December 10, 1974 (age 43)
Santa Clara, California

Staci Beth Codorniz Lavine Costa de Souza Flood (born December 10, 1974) is an American singer, dancer and model best known for her lead dance roles in the music videosBailamos” by Enrique Iglesias (1999) and “Rock Your Body” by Justin Timberlake (2003).[1]

She was once a member of the burlesque troupe The Pussycat Dolls and appeared with them in the film Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, credited as a “Treasure Chest Dancer” (2003) and the music video for “Trouble” by Pink. She was also a part of a dance troupe, the “Bombshells” in a show called Happy Hour (USA Network, 1999) hosted by Dweezil Zappa and Ahmet Zappa. After the Dolls were recast in 2003, Flood and ex-Dolls Carmen Electra and Nadine Ellis formed a similar burlesque troupe called The Bombshell Babies. She has also gone on tour with Latin pop singer Paulina Rubio

She also modeled for the magazine Maxim (2005),[2] Lowrider (2004)[3] and was Ms. February in the 2007 Maxim calendar.

In 2007, Flood appeared on the US reality TV series DanceLife with Jennifer Lopez.[4]

Staci’s appearance on MTV’s DanceLife saw her involvement in various jobs, including a GAP commercial and creating a song (“B Ur Lover”) and a music video. Her 2007 single release is called “Do You Want It Right Now”.

Flood is working on her upcoming debut album called FLOOD, and saw a single called “Higher Frequency” released to iTunes in August 2010.



  • 2007 “Do You Want It Right Now”
  • 2010 “Higher Frequency”

Promo Singles[edit]

  • 2007 “B Ur Lover”

Other Songs[edit]

  • “Arriba”
  • “Do You Want It Right Now (Remix)

Music videos[edit]

Staci has been active on several music videos during the 90’s and until now. Her notable music videos appearances are listed as follows:


Louise Dearman is an actress, known for Kiss Me Kate: BBC Proms (2014), Hollywood in Vienna 2017: A Tribute to Danny Elfman (2017) and BBC Proms (2015).
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Actress (2 credits)
 2014 Kiss Me Kate: BBC Proms (TV Movie)
Lois Lane / Bianca
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2016 BBC Proms (TV Series)
Herself – Soloist

Prom 38: George and Ira Gershwin Rediscovered (2016) … Herself – Soloist
 2015 BBC Proms (TV Series)
Herself – Vocalist

Prom 67: Bernstein – Stage and Screen (2015) … Herself – Vocalist

Laura Pitt-Pulford

Laura Pitt-Pulford

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Laura Pitt-Pulford is a British actress, best known for her work in Musical Theatre.

In 2015 she played Milly in Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.[1] She received great acclaim for her performance, with a review from Claire Allfree in The Daily Telegraph commenting “In a marvellous performance, Laura Pitt-Pulford’s sparky, indomitable Milly holds all the power here”.[2] Mark Shenton of The Stage stated that “Pitt-Pulford, too, is a radiant, ravishing Milly, combining brassy toughness with vulnerability”.[3] She was nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance.[4]

In 2016 she appeared in the musical Flowers for Mrs. Harris at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield[5] She also starred as Violet in the UK premiere of Side Show at the Southwark Playhouse.[6]

In 2017, she played the title role in a UK touring production of Nell Gwynn.[7]. Pitt-Pulford most recently appeared in the role of Chairy Barnum in the 2017 revival of the Cy Coleman’s musical Barnum at te menier chooclate factory alongside comedian Marcus Brigstocke.

Other shows Pitt-Pulford appeared in was the 2014 The Sound of Music as Maria Von Trapp with Michael French at the Curve Theatre in Leicester and earned a UK Theatre Award nomination for her performance of Maria. Pitt-Pulford starred in Craig Revel Horwood’s production of Sunset Boulevard in 2008 in the role of Betty alongside Ben Goddard and Kathryn Evans who played Norma Desmond at the Watermill Theatre and the Comedy Theatre. Pitt-Pulford also played Irene Molloy in 2012’s Leicester Curve production of Hello Dolly! with Michael Xavier and Janie Dee.[8][9]

Pitt-Pulford has also had guest roles in TV dramas Father Brown (where she played Scarlett Dreyfuss) and Doctors (Tina Hempsey).

Actress (2 credits)
 2017 Father Brown (TV Series)
Scarlett Dreyfuss

The Tree of Truth (2017) … Scarlett Dreyfuss
 2017 Doctors (TV Series)
Tina Hemsby

Good Deed Day (2017) … Tina Hemsby

Stage Credits

Directed By

Year: 2017
Production: Nell Gwynn
Role: Nell Gwynn
Directed By: Christopher Luscombe

Year: 2017
Production: Platinum
Role: Anna
Directed By: Adam Penford

Year: 2016
Production: Side Show
Role: Violet
Directed By: Hannah Chissick

Year: 2016
Role: Pamela / Natasha
Directed By: Daniel Evans

Year: 2015
Role: Milly
Directed By: Rachel Kavanaugh

Year: 2013
Production: The Light Princess
Role: Falconer
Directed By: Marianne Elliott

Year: 2013
Production: The Light Princess
Role: Understudy – Piper
Directed By: Marianne Elliott

Year: 2008
Production: Sunset Boulevard
Role: Betty Schaefer
Directed By: Craig Revel Horwood