Renée Humphrey was born on January 27, 1975 in San Mateo, California, USA as Renee K. Humphrey. She is an actress, known for Mallrats (1995), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) and Fun (1994). »
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Actress (32 credits)
  MallBrats (TV Series) (announced)
Trish the Dish
 2018 You Can’t Say No
 2007 Some of an Equation (Short)
 2006 Family
 2005 Conflict (Short)
 2001 Perfect Fit
 2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Tricia Jones
 2001 Hard Luck
Sheryl Billings
 2000 Urban Mythology
Laura Saunders
 2000 Chicks, Man
 1999 Diagnosis Murder (TV Series)
Holly Harris

Murder at Midterm (1999) … Holly Harris (as Renee Humphrey)
 1999 The Sex Monster
 1999 Providence (TV Series)
Dana Maguire

All Good Dogs Go to Heaven (1999) … Dana Maguire
 1997 Lover Girl
Annie / ‘Teddy’
 1996 Drawing Flies
 1996 Cadillac Ranch
Mary Katherine Crowley
 1995 Mallrats
Tricia (as Renee Humphrey)
 1995 Devil in a Blue Dress
Barbara (as Renee Humphery)
 1995 French Kiss
 1995 The Cure
 1995 Fighting for My Daughter (TV Movie)
 1994 The Privilege Cage (Short)
 1994 Fun
 1993 The Commish (TV Series)
Caroline Wallace

Mansion (1993) … Caroline Wallace (as Renëe Humphrey)
 1993 In the Heat of the Night (TV Series)
Cassie Green

A Baby Called Rocket (1993) … Cassie Green
 1993 Jailbait (Video)
Kyle Bradley
 1993 Empty Nest (TV Series)

Aunt Verne Knows Best (1993) … Keree
 1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series)
Erin Chapman

Big Boys Don’t Cry (1993) … Erin Chapman
 1993 The Wonder Years (TV Series)
Hayley Green

Nose (1993) … Hayley Green (as Renee Humphrey)
 1992-1993 Reasonable Doubts (TV Series)
Martha Novak

Run Through the Jungle (1993) … Martha Novak (as Renee Humphrey)
Home Is Where the Heart Is (1992) … Martha Novak (uncredited)
 1992 Tequila and Bonetti (TV Series)
Runaway / Beach Girl

Teach Your Children (1992) … Runaway / Beach Girl

Renee Moncada-McElroy

Renee Moncada-McElroy is a producer and actress, known for Best Ranger (2005), The Broken Rose (2018) and Ultimate Factories (2006). She has been married to Thomas McElroy since September 4, 1999. They have three children.


Actress (1 credit)
 2018 The Broken Rose (completed)
Susan Ball

Self (2 credits)
 2013 Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (TV Series)
Herself (2013)
 2006 Megastructures (TV Series documentary)

Garbage Mountain (2006) … Housewife


Victoria Justice is an American actress and singer. She was born on February 19, 1993 in Hollywood, Florida, USA. She is the daughter of Serene Reed and Zack Justice. Her mother has Puerto Rican ancestry, while her father is of English, German, and Irish descent. She has a younger half-sister, Madison Reed. She rose to fame on Nickelodeon, starring… See full bio »
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Actress (47 credits)
 2018 Bigger (post-production)
Kathy Weider
 2018 Summer Night (post-production)
 2018 Robot Chicken (TV Series)

Factory Where Nuts Are Handled (2018) … Student (voice)
 2017 Man with a Plan (TV Series)

The Silver Fox (2017) … Sophia
 2017 The Outcasts
 2016 Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life (TV Series)
Ramona Miller

How to Survive Your Birthday (2016) … Ramona Miller
How to Survive Working with Friends (2016) … Ramona Miller
 2015 Undateable (TV Series)

 2015 Eye Candy (TV Series)
Lindy Sampson

A4U (2015) … Lindy Sampson
FYEO (2015) … Lindy Sampson
AMA (2015) … Lindy Sampson
SOS (2015) … Lindy Sampson
ICU (2015) … Lindy Sampson
 2010-2015 The Penguins of Madagascar (TV Series)

Tunnel of Love (2015) … Stacy (voice)
Badger Pride (2010) … Stacy (voice)
 2015 Come on #MakeItHappy (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2014 Snow White and the Seven Thugs (Video short)
Snow White
 2013 Victoria Justice & Max: Say Something (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2013 Victoria Justice: Gold (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2013 Victoria Justice: Girl Up (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2010-2013 Victorious (TV Series)
Tori Vega

Victori-Yes (2013) … Tori Vega
Star-Spangled Tori (2013) … Tori Vega
The Slap Fight (2013) … Tori Vega
Brain Squeezers (2013) … Tori Vega
The Bad Roommate (2013) … Tori Vega
 2013 Jungle Master
Rainie (English version, voice)
 2012 Fun Size
 2012 Maroon 5 Medley (Video short)
 2012 Victoria Justice: Beggin’ on Your Knees (Video short)
Victoria Justice
 2012/I The First Time
Jane Harmon
 2011 Nickelodeon Cast: Sleigh Ride (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2009-2011 iCarly (TV Series)
Tori Vega / Shelby Marx

iParty with Victorious (2011) … Tori Vega
iFight Shelby Marx (2009) … Shelby Marx
 2011 Victoria Justice: Best Friend’s Brother (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2010 Nickelodeon Cast: Jingle Bells 2010 Version (Short)
Victoria Justice
 2010 The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (TV Movie)
Jordan Sands
 2010 The Troop (TV Series)
Eris Fairy

Speed (2010) … Eris Fairy
 2009 True Jackson, VP (TV Series)

True Crush (2009) … Vivian
 2009 Spectacular! (TV Movie)
 2008 Adventures in Appletown (Video)
 2005-2008 Zoey 101 (TV Series)
Lola Martinez

Chasing Zoey: Part 1 (2008) … Lola Martinez
Chasing Zoey: Part 2 (2008) … Lola Martinez
Rollercoaster (2008) … Lola Martinez
Coffee Cart Ban (2008) … Lola Martinez
Dinner for Two Many (2008) … Lola Martinez
 2006 Unknown
 2006 Everwood (TV Series)
Thalia Thompson

Enjoy the Ride (2006) … Thalia Thompson
 2006 The Garden
 2005 Silver Bells (TV Movie)
 2005 When Do We Eat?
Young Nikki
 2005 The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (TV Series)

The Fairest of Them All (2005) … Rebecca
 2005/II Mary (Short)
 2003 Gilmore Girls (TV Series)
Jill #2


Rita Duran is an actress and production designer, known for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), The Game (2015) and DeCODED Sexes (2016). She was previously married to Reginald Morrris.
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Actress (13 credits)
 2018 Ocean’s 8 (post-production)
Upscale Restaurant Guest (uncredited)
  Block Island (completed)
Party Guest (uncredited)
 2017 She’s Gotta Have It (TV Series)

#DaJumpoff (DOCTRINE) (2017) … Bartender (uncredited)
 2017 Okja
Mirando Employee (uncredited)
 2016 Empire (TV Series)
Board Member

A Furnace for Your Foe (2016) … Board Member (uncredited)
 2016 Mozart in the Jungle (TV Series)

La Fiamma (2016) … Rocker (uncredited)
 2016 Gotham (TV Series)
Wedding Guest

Mad City: Beware the Green-Eyed Monster (2016) … Wedding Guest (uncredited)
 2016 Madam Secretary (TV Series)
Counsil Woman

Breakout Capacity (2016) … Counsil Woman (uncredited)
 2016 Red Oaks (TV Series)
Cabaret Club Patron

Paris (2016) … Cabaret Club Patron (uncredited)
 2016 Quantico (TV Series)
Upscale Restaurant Guest

KUDOVE (2016) … Upscale Restaurant Guest (uncredited)
 2016 Modern Family (TV Series)

A Tale of Three Cities (2016) … Tourist (uncredited)
 2014 The Leftovers (TV Series)
Town’s Person

Pilot (2014) … Town’s Person (uncredited)
 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Tourist (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Production designer (1 credit)
 2015/IV The Game (Short) (as Margarita Duran)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (production assistant – as Margarita Duran)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2016 DeCODED Sexes (TV Series)

Dating Someone with Kids, Are Ya? (2016) … Herself (as Margarita Duran)
Sex 1, Kill 1, Marry 1: Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Rihanna (2016) … Herself (as Margarita Duran)
Granting Cell Phoney Access (2016) … Herself
Meeting a Friend in Need Is a Date Indeed? (2016) … Herself (as Margarita Duran)
First Dates to What Complicates (2016) … Herself (as Margarita Duran)

Olivia Hallinan

Olivia Hallinan

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Olivia Hallinan
Born (1985-01-20) 20 January 1985 (age 33)
Hounslow, England, UK
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–-present

Olivia Hallinan (born 20 January 1985) is an English actress best known for her role as Laura Timmins in the BBC TV series Lark Rise to Candleford and also as Kim in the Channel 4 drama Sugar Rush. She also starred as Ellie in Girls in Love.


Hallinan is from Twickenham, west London, and is the second youngest of four sisters, including Clemency Hallinan of The Inbetweeners and The X Factor fame. Olivia Hallinan began training at her mother’s Saturday drama school All Expressions in Teddington when she was 11, and then went on to professional acting.[1] After attending St Catherine’s School in Twickenham, and Notting Hill & Ealing High School, in Ealing, Hallinan went on to study English and Drama at the University of Manchester.[2] Currently Hallinan is a teachers aid at Richmond Borough schools, including Stanley Primary School in Teddington.

Acting career[edit]

Hallinan has appeared in over 100 productions since the age of seven. Her first professional role was playing alongside Cilla Black in a 1991 production of Jack and the Beanstalk. Since then, she has appeared in theatre, radio, film and on television shows including The Bill, Holby City, My Family, Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde and Granada TV‘s, Girls in Love. At the end of her first year at the University of Manchester, Hallinan appeared in the first of two series of the cult TV drama Sugar Rush for Channel 4, based on the Julie Burchill novel.[3][4] On 9 June 2007, Hallinan was a speaker at the Stonewall Gay Youth Conference, talking about playing a lesbian character in Sugar Rush.

While at Manchester, Hallinan was actively involved in student drama. In 2006, her final year of her degree, she starred in Nicola Schofield’s new play, Wake Me Later.[5] That same year she played Emma in the Torchwood episode Out of Time, appeared in an episode of Trial and Retribution, and played a character in Radio 4‘s dramatisation of Marguerite Duras‘s erotic novel The Lover, broadcast between 3 and 7 September 2007. She starred as Laura Timmins in the BBC production Lark Rise to Candleford which first aired on Sunday 13 January 2008, appearing in all four series.[6] 2011 saw her film debut as she starred in the British film noir Jack Falls as Natasha.[citation needed]

In 2011 Hallinan starred in Precious Little Talent written by Ella Hickson and directed by James Dacre at Trafalgar Studios theatre in London’s West End. In December 2011 Hallinan played the role of Justine in Lucinda Coxon‘s play “Herding Cats” at the Hampstead Theatre, London, a role she previously played at the Ustinov Studio, Bath in December 2010. In 2013, she starred as Marianne Dashwood in Helen Edmundson‘s BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Jane Austen‘s Sense and Sensibility.[7] In 2014 Hallinan appeared in Lotty’s War (written by Giuliano Crispini and directed by Bruce Guthrie) at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, before touring the UK.[8][9]


Year Film Role Notes
1994 Das sprechende Grab Poppi
Mole’s Christmas Voice TV short
Just William Susie Chambers TV series
1995 The Adventures of Mole Voice TV movie
Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde Julia Jekyll/Voice of Harriet Hyde TV series (53 episodes: 1995–1998)
1999 Doomwatch: Winter Angel Jessica Tannahill TV movie
2000 Holby City Gina Turrell TV series (1 episode: “Moving On”)
2001 Doctors Gemma Davies TV series (1 episode: “No Smoke Without Fire”)
2003 Girls in Love Ellie Allard TV series (27 episodes: 2003–2005)
2005 Murder in Suburbia Lydia Blakeman TV series (1 episode: “Witches”)
Sugar Rush Kim TV series (20 episodes: 2005–2006)
2006 My Family Holly TV series (1 episode: “Bliss for Idiots”)
Torchwood Emma TV series (1 episode: “Out of Time”)
2007 Trial & Retribution Charlotte Rodgers TV series (1 episode: “Mirror Image: Part 1”)
Casualty Jade Dale TV series (1 episode: “Lie to Me”)
2008 A Risk Worth Taking Josie Porter TV movie
Lark Rise to Candleford Laura Timmins TV series (40 episodes: 2008–2011)
2010 Moving On Ruth TV series (1 episode: “Rules of the Game”)
Jack Falls Natasha
2011 Comedy Showcase: Chickens[10] Gwyneth TV episode (1 episode, aired 2 September 2011)
2012 The Paradise Mrs Jocelin Brookmire TV episode (1 episode, aired 2 October 2012)

Holliday Grainger

Holliday Grainger

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Holliday Grainger
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Born Holliday Clark Grainger
(1988-03-27) 27 March 1988 (age 30)
Didsbury, Manchester, England
Other names Holly Grainger
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present

Holliday Clark Grainger (born 27 March 1988), also credited as Holly Grainger, is an English screen and stage actress. Some of her prominent roles are Kate Beckett in the BAFTA award-winning children’s series Roger and the Rottentrolls, Lucrezia Borgia in the Showtime series The Borgias, Robin Ellacott in Strike, and Estella in Mike Newell‘s adaptation of Great Expectations.

Early life[edit]

Grainger was born in Didsbury, Manchester. One of her grandfathers is Italian.[1][2] Her first experience of acting was at age five when she was scouted for a BBC TV series. She appeared in many TV shows and independent films as a child actor.[2]

Grainger attended Parrs Wood High School from 1999 to 2006,[3] and in 2007 began study for a degree in English literature at the University of Leeds. However, she eventually opted for the Open University[2] where she gained a first-class honours degree.[4]


Grainger’s first acting role was at five years old in the BBC comedy drama series All Quiet on the Preston Front. Roles followed in Casualty, Doctors, Dalziel and Pascoe.[5] Grainger played Megan Boothe in Where the Heart Is, Stacey Appleyard in Waterloo Road and Sophia in Merlin.

In 2011 she appeared in the television series The Borgias, playing Lucrezia Borgia with Jeremy Irons in the role of Pope Alexander VI. The series, created by Oscar-winning Neil Jordan and shot in Hungary, ran for three seasons.[6]

Grainger also performed on stage and in film. After her role as Emily in The Scouting Book for Boys she played one of the Rivers sisters opposite Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender in Cary Fukunaga‘s 2011 retelling of Jane Eyre, and had minor roles in Bel Ami alongside Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman, and in the 2012 film Anna Karenina as Baroness Shilton.

In June 2011, she gained the leading role of Estella in Mike Newell‘s film adaptation of Great Expectations, opposite Jeremy Irvine and Helena Bonham Carter.[7] The movie, screened at Toronto International Film Festival 2012, had its European premiere as the closing night film of the BFI London Film Festival.[8] She starred in Disassociation, a play by Luke Bailey, at the Lowry, and played Bonnie Parker in the 2013 mini-series Bonnie & Clyde. She was one of the female leads in The Riot Club, the film version of the play Posh, alongside Max Irons.

In 2014, she appeared on stage in a version of Chekov’s Three Sisters.[9] Grainger played Cinderella’s stepsister Anastasia Tremaine in Kenneth Branagh‘s 2015 film version of Cinderella.[10] She appeared in a film adaptation of the novel Tulip Fever alongside Alicia Vikander.[11] In 2016, Grainger starred in Disney’s The Finest Hours.[12] From 2017 she plays Robin Ellacott in the tv-series Strike based on the novels by J.K. Rowling.[13]


On 20 June 2016, World Refugee Day Grainger, as well as Jack O’Connell, featured in a film from the United Nations’ refugee agency UNHCR to help raise awareness of the global refugee crisis.[14] The film, titled Home, has a family take a reverse migration into the middle of a war zone. Inspired by primary accounts of refugees, and is part of UNHCR’s #WithRefugees campaign, which also includes a petition to governments to expand asylum to provide further shelter, integrating job opportunities, and education.[15] Home, written and directed by Daniel Mulloy, went on to win a BAFTA Award and a Gold Lion at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity among many other awards.[16]



Year Title Role Notes
1994 All Quiet on the Preston Front Kirsty 4 episodes
1996 Roger and the Rottentrolls Kate Beckett Unknown episodes
1997 Missing Postman, TheThe Missing Postman Harriet Film
2000 Comin’ Atcha! Pauline Episode: “The Day Off”
2000 Casualty Katie Stoppard Episode: “Seize the Night”
2001 Dalziel and Pascoe Nicola Crowley Episode: “Walls of Silence”
2001 Doctors Nita Harmer Episode: “Writing to Charlie”
2002 Sparkhouse Older Lisa Bolton Film
2003 Illustrated Mum, TheThe Illustrated Mum Star Westwood Film
2003–05 Where the Heart Is Megan Boothe 18 episodes
2005 Magnificent 7 Louise Jackson Film
2005 No Angels Simone Episode: “2.5”
2005 Doctors Holly Leavis Episode: “Indestructible”
2006 Johnny and the Bomb Rose Bushell Film
2006 New Street Law Katie Lewis Episode: “1.1”
2007 Waterloo Road Stacey Appleyard 4 episodes
2007 Bad Mother’s Handbook, TheThe Bad Mother’s Handbook Charlotte Cooper Film
2008 Dis/Connected Jenny Film
2003 Royal, TheThe Royal Carole Green Episode: “Coffin Fit”
2008 M.I. High Leah Retsam Episode: “It’s a Kind of Magic”
2008 Royal Today, TheThe Royal Today Abigail Episode: “1.3”
2008 Fairy Tales Leeza Gruff Episode: “Billy Goat”
2008 Waking the Dead Nicola Bennet 2 episodes
2008 Merlin Sophia Episode: “The Gates of Avalon”
2009 Demons Ruby Miniseries (6 episodes)
2009 Robin Hood Meg Episode: “A Dangerous Deal”
2009 Blue Murder Jess Burgess Episode: “Having It All”
2010 Above Suspicion 2: The Red Dahlia Sharon Bilkin 3 episodes
2010 Five Daughters Alice Episodes: “1.2”, “1.3”
2010 Stanley Park Dirty Debbie Pilot
2010 Any Human Heart Tess Scabius 2 episodes
2011–13 Borgias, TheThe Borgias Lucrezia Borgia 29 episodes
2013 Bonnie & Clyde Bonnie Parker Miniseries
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film
Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries
2015 Lady Chatterley’s Lover Lady Chatterley Jed Mercurio adaptation for BBC One‘s early 20th century literature season
2017-present Strike Robin Ellacott A series adaptation for BBC One
2017 Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams Honor Episode: “The Hood Maker”


Year Title Role Notes
2009 Awaydays Molly Carty
2009 Scouting Book for Boys, TheThe Scouting Book for Boys Emily
2010 Colette Colette Short
2011 Jane Eyre Diana Rivers
2012 Rachael Samantha Short
2012 Bel Ami Suzanne Rousset
2012 Anna Karenina Baroness
2012 Great Expectations Estella Havisham
2013 Goblin? Short
2014 The Riot Club Lauren
2015 Cinderella Anastasia Tremaine
2016 The Finest Hours Miriam
2017 My Cousin Rachel Louise
2017 Tulip Fever Maria
2017 Home Holly Short


Year Title Role Venue
2009 Dimetos Lydia Donmar Warehouse, London
2014 Three Sisters Irina Southwark Playhouse, London

Renee Young

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Renee Young

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Renee Young
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Young in March 2015
Birth name Renee Jane Paquette[1]
Born (1985-09-19) September 19, 1985 (age 32)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Residence Las Vegas, Nevada,
United States[2]
Spouse(s) Dean Ambrose (m. 2017)[3][4]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Renee Young
Billed height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Billed from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Debut March 29, 2013

Renee Jane Paquette[5] born September 19, 1985) is a Canadian sports broadcaster and occasional actress. She is currently an on-air personality with WWE, appearing for both the Raw and SmackDown brands under the ring name Renee Young, where she performs interviewing and commentating duties. She is a former sportscaster for The Score.[6]

Early life[edit]

Paquette was born in Toronto, Ontario.[7] She was a child model. After high school, she applied to several colleges and began training in improvisational comedy.[8] At the age of 19, she relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career as a comedic actress, but later moved back to Toronto and auditioned for films, music videos, and commercials.[8]

Professional career[edit]

The Score Television Network (2009–2012)[edit]

Paquette began working for The Score Television Network in the later months of 2009 on the program called Right After Wrestling, later to be renamed Aftermath,[9] where she presented alongside Arda Ocal, Mauro Ranallo and former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas.

WWE (2012–present)[edit]

“I always wanted to be an actor. Acting is really where everything started for me. As soon as I got out of high school, I went to The Second City and trained in improv comedy. I always wanted to be more of a comedic actress. That was the path I wanted to take. I fled to Los Angeles at 19 without having worked a day of my life as a performer. I came back to Toronto and auditioned for different films, music videos, and commercials… being in Canada, I got stuck not getting lead role auditions, so I switched gears and got into hosting. I just needed a camera and myself to do that.”
— Young in January 2014.[8]

Paquette signed with the American professional wrestling promotion WWE in October 2012,[10] where she chose the ring name Renee Young (a nod to Neil Young),[11] and made her on-screen debut on the 29 March 2013 episode of SmackDown, interviewing Randy Orton, Big Show, and Sheamus.[12] Young had previously performed interviews exclusively for WWE Active since February 2013,[13] and had also presented the 2012 Survivor Series pre-show alongside Scott Stanford.[14] Young debuted on the January 23 episode of NXT as a backstage interviewer.[15]

Young began co-hosting the World Tour segments, which was a segment detailing the city they were filming in, showcasing various tourist attractions, before later being promoted as a third main presenter on the JBL and Cole Show, which was shown on YouTube and, until its cancellation in June 2015.[16] It received a Slammy Award for Favorite Web Show of the Year.[17] She also presents WWE Vintage Collection alongside Hall of Famer Mean Gene Okerlund.

In September 2013, Young made her commentary debut on NXT.[18] She began performing color commentary during NXT Divas‘ matches, before later becoming a full-time color commentator on NXT for several months.[8] From July 3, 2014 to January 9, 2015, Young served as a color commentator on WWE Superstars, alongside Tom Phillips, which made her WWE’s first full-time female announcer in more than a decade.[19][20] In April 2015, Young began hosting her own show titled Unfiltered with Renee Young, in which she interviews fellow WWE employees, which airs on the WWE Network.[21] In June, Young served as the co-host of the sixth season of Tough Enough, alongside Chris Jericho.[22]

Young confronting the WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz in December 2016.

On the December 20, 2016 episode of SmackDown, Young interviewed Intercontinental Champion The Miz following his successful title defense against Apollo Crews. After Young asked Miz about his “obsession” with Dean Ambrose, Miz sarcastically responded by revealing Young and Ambrose’s real-life relationship, prompting her to slap Miz.[23] On December 27, Young was confronted by The Miz’s real-life wife, Maryse, backstage on SmackDown.[24] Maryse slapped Young the following week in retaliation. She also seemed unhappy with Samoa Joe’s comments on the 1 January 2018 episode of Raw when he said that Ambrose became a stay-at-home husband after he injured Ambrose in storyline.[25]

Other media[edit]

Before joining The Score, Paquette worked for BiteTV, where she presented a show about extreme sports and music called Rippin’ It-N-Lippin’ It during 2008 and 2009.[8] She appeared in a commercial for Oxy, and had a part in a Tom Green music video.[8] Prior to this, she had a cameo in the music video for Kelly Clarkson‘s 2005 song “Behind These Hazel Eyes“.[8] She also appeared in a national Noxzema commercial, and did a photoshoot for Toro Magazine.[26] In 2016, it was announced that Paquette would be appearing as a main cast member for the sixth season of Total Divas.[27] She had previously appeared in several episodes on a recurring basis.

Personal life[edit]

On being a wrestling fan, Paquette said: “I attended a few events and WrestleMania VI. My dad is a concert promoter, and he’d get me into the events. I remember being backstage and meeting Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Chyna, and Trish Stratus as a kid, so it’s really funny to me that I ended up here. I went on a different path than wanting to become a WWE Superstar.”[8]

Since 2013, Paquette has been dating wrestler Jonathan Good, better known by his ring name Dean Ambrose.[28][29] On April 12, 2017, Paquette announced on Twitter that she and Good are now married.[3][30] Official marriage records show they were married on April 9, 2017.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 The Smart Woman Survival Guide Cute Intern Episode: “Go Big or Go Home”
2010 Gotta Grudge? Herself 8 episodes
2011–2012 Gillette Drafted Judge, mentor
Total Divas Guest (season 1 & 7)
Recurring (season 4–5)
Main cast (season 6): 34 episodes
2013 WWE: The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History Host
2014 WWE Countdown Episode: “Coolest Catchphrases”
2014–present WWE Music Power 10 Voice-over host
2014–present WWE Quick Hits Host
2015–2017 Unfiltered with Renee Young Host
2015 WWE Tough Enough Co-host
2016–present WWE Talking Smack Host
2016–present WWE Raw Talk Host
2017 Total Bellas 3 episodes


Year Title Role
2013–2015 The JBL and Renee Show Herself
2013–2015 After Total Divas Herself

Awards and accomplishments[edit]


Lucy Horton is known for her work on Easter Mysteries (2016), Pillow Talk (2014) and Husband Training (2014).
Actress (2 credits)
 2016 Easter Mysteries
Vox Angeli
 2014 Pillow Talk (Video short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2014-2015 Husband Training (TV Series short)

Wine Isn’t Scary (2015) … Herself
Who Wants a Foot Massage? (2015) … Herself
Friends! (2015) … Herself
Make Things Easier (2015) … Herself
Don’t Be a Dick (2015) … Herself


Emily Taaffe is an Irish actress. She grew up near Drogheda, Co. Louth and studied at Trinity College Dublin, where she received a first class honours degree, reading Drama & Theatre Studies. She then moved to London where she trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She has worked extensively in British theatre with leading roles …
Actress (25 credits)
 2018 Fish Boy (Short) (completed)
 2018 Informer (TV Series) (post-production)
Megan Morten

Episode #1.6 … Megan Morten
Episode #1.5 … Megan Morten
Episode #1.4 … Megan Morten
Episode #1.3 … Megan Morten
Episode #1.2 … Megan Morten
 2018 VS. (post-production)
 2018 The Dig
Roberta McKenna
 2018 Striking Out (TV Series)
Suzi Carroll

Episode #2.2 (2018) … Suzi Carroll
 2017/III Beast
 2017 Paula (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.3 (2017) … Laurence
Episode #1.2 (2017) … Laurence
Episode #1.1 (2017) … Laurence
 2017/I Little Bird (Short)
Prudence Willis
 2017 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Megan Colley / Emer Byrne

Erupting in Murder (2017) … Megan Colley / Emer Byrne
 2016 War & Peace (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.5 (2016) … Katya
Episode #1.4 (2016) … Katya
Episode #1.3 (2016) … Katya
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Katya
 2016 Stan Lee’s Lucky Man (TV Series)

Win Some, Lose Some (2016) … Mel
 2015-2016 X Company (TV Series)

Creon Via London (2016) … Siobhan
Into the Fire (2015) … Siobhan
In Enemy Hands (2015) … Siobhan
 2014 Ripper Street (TV Series)
Mary Tait

Live Free, Live True (2014) … Mary Tait
 2014 New Tricks (TV Series)

Ghosts (2014) … Emma
 2014 Call the Midwife (TV Series)
Faye Rawle

Episode #3.7 (2014) … Faye Rawle
 2013 Atlantis (TV Series)

A Boy of No Consequence (2013) … Elpis
 2013 Vera (TV Series)
Janna Jeffries

Prodigal Son (2013) … Janna Jeffries
 2012 The Lights and Then the Noise (Short)
 2012 Shakespeare: The King’s Man (TV Mini-Series documentary)

Legacy (2012) … Miranda
 2011 The Borgias (TV Series)
Gabriella Visconti / Sforza

The Borgias in Love (2011) … Gabriella Visconti / Sforza
 2010 Two Peas (Short)
 2008 Doctors (TV Series)
Clare Webster

Hearts Will Go On (2008) … Clare Webster