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Actress (34 credits)
  Malicious (post-production)
Emily Harper
 2016 Short Version of Alma (Short)
Millie Juarez
 2015 Pushy Riot (TV Series)
Soap Opera Actress

Lost in Traduccion (2015) … Soap Opera Actress
 2015 Rivers 9
 2015 Bloodsucking Bastards
 2014 Inherent Vice
 2014/II The Red House
 2014/I In the Blood
Nurse Leta
 2013 Free Ride
 2013 Water & Power
 2013 Kroll Show (TV Series)

Ice Dating (2013)
Too Much Tuna (2013)
 2012 El Gringo
 2012 The Ropes (TV Series)
Club Girl #2 / Sofia

Meet the Boys (2012) … Club Girl #2
Interrogation (2012) … Sofia
 2011 Estás Segura Conmigo (Short)
 2011 Ambush (Short)
 2011 Without Men
 2011/II Betrayal (Short)
 2011 The Lying Truth
Dr. Sheridan
 2011 Raphael Dumtaro (Short)
Maria Esposita
 2011/III In Captivity (Short)
 2010 Left and Gone (Short)
 2010 Red Dead Redemption (Video Game)
Luz / Mexican Woman (voice, uncredited)
 2010 Respiración (Short)
 2009 La sorpresa (Short)
 2009 Tijuaneros (Short)
Claudia Guerro
 2009 She’s Mine (Short)
 2008 Welcome to Swim Club (Short)
 2008 Ylse (TV Series)
 2008 Niña quebrada (Short)
 2007 Live!
Latina Girl (as Yavette Yates)
 2007 Tres (Short)
 2000 Resurrection Blvd. (TV Series)
Senorita Boxeo” Alicia Jimenez

Comenzando De Nuevo (2000) … Senorita Boxeo” Alicia Jimenez

Maria Bamford

Maria Bamford

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Maria Bamford

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Birth name Maria Elizabeth Sheldon Bamford
Born (1970-09-03) September 3, 1970 (age 47)
Port Hueneme, California, U.S.
Medium Stand-up, television, film
Nationality American
Alma mater Bates College
University of Edinburgh
University of Minnesota
Years active 1989–present
Genres Observational comedy, character comedy, surreal humor, alternative comedy
Subject(s) Pop culture, personal life, mental health
Spouse Scott Marvel Cassidy (m. 2015)
Website mariabamford.com

Maria Elizabeth Sheldon Bamford (born September 3, 1970)[1] is an American stand-up comedian, actress, and voice actress. She is best known for her portrayal of her dysfunctional family and self-deprecating comedy involving jokes about depression and anxiety.

Her first comedy album and tour was The Burning Bridges Tour (2003), followed by her second album, How to WIN! (2007), and her third, Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome (2009). She starred in her first feature film, Lucky Numbers (2000), before lending her voice to characters on CatDog, American Dad!, Ugly Americans, Adventure Time, and BoJack Horseman. Bamford’s film work includes Stuart Little 2 (2002), Charlotte’s Web 2: Wilbur’s Great Adventure (2003), Barnyard (2006), Heckler (2007), and her most recent film, Hell & Back (2015). She transitioned into television by starring in Louie (2012), Arrested Development (2012), and WordGirl (2014). In 2014, she won the American Comedy Award for Best Club Comic.[2]

Her life story is the subject of the 2016 Netflix original series Lady Dynamite, in which she plays the lead role. Her work has drawn critical acclaim as well as controversy as her subjects span from lighter to darker topics such as suicide and psychiatric conditions.[3]

Early life and education[edit]

Maria Bamford was born on September 3, 1970 at the Port Hueneme Naval Base in Port Hueneme, California.[1] At the time, her father, Joel Bamford, was serving as a Navy doctor. She grew up in Duluth, Minnesota, where she attended Chester Park Elementary and Duluth Marshall School. Bamford has stated that when she was younger she was often troubled with her anxiety, depression, and bouts of what she has called “Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome”, a subset of obsessive–compulsive disorder.[3]

Upon graduating, she attended Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. In a 2014 interview with The New York Times, Bamford elaborated on her experience as a college student. She recalled as a sophomore at Bates in 1990 she felt “isolated” and in “a period of despair”, when she called the college’s suicide hotline after she ate a large amount of food in order to self harm.[4]

In 1992, Bamford transferred to the University of Edinburgh in Scotland at the start of her junior year. While at the university she became the first female member of the college’s improvised comedy group, The Improverts. After a year in Scotland, she transferred back to her home state and enrolled at the University of Minnesota, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in creative writing. She started doing stand-up in Minneapolis, Minnesota at age 19, at Stevie Ray’s Comedy Cabaret.[1]


Early comedy beginnings: 1998–2008[edit]

Bamford has been in a number of movies and television shows, including voice appearances in cartoons. She was the voice of Shriek in CatDog, a huge selection of secondary characters in Cartoon Network‘s Adventure Time, and Mrs. Botsford, Violet, and Leslie on the long running PBS educational series WordGirl. She does various impersonations (including her mother and her agent). Her stand-up comedy often takes the form of vignettes rather than the standard setup/punchline format.[5]

Bamford was featured in the documentary series The Comedians of Comedy on Comedy Central and Showtime, and appears in short skits titled The Maria Bamford Show, broadcast on the website Super Deluxe. She appears on the comedy compilation CD Comedy Death-Ray.[5]

Rise to prominence: 2008–2014[edit]

Her album Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome, produced by Comedy Central Records, was released in April 2009 and includes a DVD containing The Maria Bamford Show episodes. During the Christmas 2009-2010 shopping seasons, Bamford was featured in a series of Target commercials, portraying an overachieving shopper determined to be first in line.[6] For Christmas 2009, she released a free stand-up special online as a gift to her fans.[7]

While working in voice-over shows and advertisements in Los Angeles, she was hospitalized three times over the course of 18 months for nervous breakdowns. She commented on the hospital visits by saying “it was the responsible thing to do” after she felt “suicidal” and “dispirited”. At the time she was seeing a therapist weekly and a psychiatrist every three months.[3]

In 2012 she released The Special Special Special for download through Chill.com. The special was recorded at her own home in Los Angeles with only Bamford’s parents present as the audience and is now available on Netflix.[8][9]

In 2013, Bamford created and stars in a web series called Ask My Mom. Maria plays both herself and her mom, who answers questions sent in by fans.[10] Also in 2013, Bamford appeared as herself in one episode of the interview web series All Growz Up with Melinda Hill.[11] She provides the voice of Pema in Nickelodeon cartoon The Legend of Korra.[5]

In 2013, she appeared in season four of Arrested Development as DeBrie Bardeaux, Tobias Fünke‘s love interest.[12] The series creator noted Bamford as a comical “genius” and said that “real artists [like Maria] talk about things that nobody else talks about, and talk about them candidly.”[3]

Lady Dynamite and critical acclaim: 2014–present[edit]

She appeared in Season 3 of Louis CK‘s Louie.[13] In 2014, she co-created, wrote, and starred in The Program with Melinda Hill, produced by Funny or Die.[14][15] In 2014, she won the American Comedy Award for Best Club Comic.[2] In January 2016, she was a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert where he called her his “favorite comedian on planet Earth”.[16]

In early 2016, Netflix announced the creation of an original series based on Bamford’s life.[17] The series, called Lady Dynamite, has Bamford in the lead role.[18][19] In May 2016, the series went live on the Netflix streaming service. Bamford was asked to be involved in the writing process. She did not write any episode herself, but was in the writers’ room often, discussing ideas and “hanging out” with the writers. The writers had freedom to modify her experiences for creative purposes.[20]

In May 2017, Bamford was the commencement speaker for the University of Minnesota‘s College of Liberal Arts.[21]

Comedy and mannerisms[edit]

[Maria Bamford is] the most unique, bizarre, imaginative comedian out there right now.

Judd Apatow

Bamford’s unique comedic style has drawn praise and criticism. She is best known for her portrayal of her dysfunctional family and self-deprecating comedy involving jokes about depression and anxiety. Her comedy style is surreal and incorporates voice impressions of various character types. Zach Freeman of the Chicago Tribune has noted her content and comedic style as “comically erratic” with “seemingly unrelated tangents and constantly varying vocal inflections”.[22] David Sims of The Atlantic noted her roles and voice work as having themes of “serial passivity” stemming from her “polite upbringing and own internal anxieties”.[23] Film producer Judd Apatow has described her comedic style as “complex” and “bizarre”, later calling her “the funniest woman in the world”.[3][24] Variety described Bamford’s comedic performance in her show, Lady Dynamite, saying that “the actress and comedian, whose presence has rarely been used as well as it is here, manages the neat trick of being both believably guileless and winningly sharp.”[25] A 2014 New York Times profile of Bamford noted her comedic style by saying:

Much of Bamford’s work examines the relationship between “people” — generally well-intentioned friends and family — and those who grapple with depression or anxiety or any other challenge to the psyche. Her act is a series of monologues and mini-skits performed rapid fire and often without regard for transition. Deploying a range of deadpan voices, she mimics the faux-enlightened who hover around the afflicted, offering toothless platitudes, bootstrapping pep talks or concern warped by self-interest. The humor of any given moment relies not so much on punch lines as it does on the impeccably timed swerves of her tone, the interplay between Bamford’s persona and those of all the people who don’t get her.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Bamford stated in an interview with The Salt Lake Tribune that she has been diagnosed with bipolar II disorder,[26] as well as obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD),[23] “the new gladiator sandal”, as she puts it in her comic performances.[9]

On December 11, 2014, during her show at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, Bamford announced that she was engaged to artist Scott Marvel Cassidy.[27] They were married at a private ceremony in 2015. Bamford has one sister, Sarah Seidelmann; who is a life coach and shaman. She has a private residence in Los Angeles, California.[4] She is also a fan of Pugs, and had two pugs, Blossom and Bert, the former whom passed away in 2011 after an incident for which Bamford blamed herself.[28]


Bamford has appeared in at least six movies as of 2016. She has served as writer for seven movies and television shows and produced three films and shows all as an executive producer.[5]




Web series[edit]


Emilie Livingston

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Emilie Livingston

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Emilie Livingston
Country represented  Canada
Born (1983-01-04) January 4, 1983 (age 35)
Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Spouse Jeff Goldblum (m. 2014)
Height 167 cm (5 ft 6 in)
Weight 38 kg (84 lb)
Discipline Rhythmic gymnastics
Level Senior international
Club Kalev RSG Club

Emilie Livingston (born January 4, 1983) is a Canadian dancer, aerialist and contortionist, and retired Olympic rhythmic gymnast.[1][2][3]


At the age of 10, she moved to Russia (to Novogorsk near Moscow) to train with Russian rhythmic gymnasts and renowned Russian coaches, such as Irina Viner and Lusi Dimitrova.[3]

Livingston is a three-time national champion of Canada in rhythmic gymnastics. She represented Canada at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba, winning the gold medal as individual all-around champion.[3] She also represented Canada at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, placing 18th in the individual all-around competition.[4] In 2000, she competed at 167 cm and 38 kg.

In the film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Livingston was a body double for Rihanna performing Bubble’s pole dance scene.[5] She was also a body double for Emma Stone in the film La La Land.

Personal life[edit]

Emilie Livingston married American actor Jeff Goldblum November 8th, 2014.[3] Their first son, Charlie Ocean, was born on July 4, 2015, and second son, River Joe, was born April 7, 2017.[6]

Actress (7 credits)
 2017 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Bubble Dancer (as Emilie Goldblum)
 2014-2015 Kroll Show (TV Series)
Julié Francoís / French Canadian Judge

Pleep Ploop (2015) … Julié Francoís
Banff Is on Fire (2014) … Julié Francoís
#canadiansafesex (2014) … French Canadian Judge
 2013/V Oblivion (Short)
 2013 Glee (TV Series)
T.E. Clown #2

A Katy or a Gaga (2013) … T.E. Clown #2 (uncredited)
 2012 Wandering Star (Short)
 2011 The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers (TV Series)
Fit Model

Can’t Dance (2011) … Fit Model

Katie Crown

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Katie Crown

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Born (1985-11-23) November 23, 1985 (age 32)
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.[1]
Occupation Actress, voice actress, writer, comedian
Years active 2004–present
Website www.katiecrown.com

Katie Crown (born November 23, 1985 in Oakville, Ontario) is a Canadian actress, voice actress, comedian, and writer.[1] She is known for voicing Izzy in Total Drama, Fin in Stoked, Mary Wendell and Mrs. Baker in Clarence and Tulip in Storks.[2]



List of voice performances in animation
Year Title Role Notes Source[1]
000000002007-01-01-00002007–13 Total Drama series Izzy
000000002009-01-01-00002009–12 Jimmy Two-Shoes Aunty Pomegranate, Mama Bird, Mrs. Panda Monster
000000002009-01-01-00002009–13 Stoked Fin McCloud
000000002009-01-01-00002009 Spliced! Patricia [3]
000000002013-01-01-00002013 Barbie in The Pink Shoes Hailey [3]
000000002013-01-01-00002013 Adventure Time Blargetha
000000002013-01-01-00002013 Sanjay and Craig N/A Writer
000000002014-01-01-00002014–2018 Clarence Mary, Ms. Baker, others Also writer [3]
000000002014-01-01-00002014 Barbie: The Pearl Princess Kuda
000000002014-01-01-00002014–16 Bob’s Burgers Harley, others
000000002016-01-01-00002016 Star vs. the Forces of Evil N/A Writer of 1 episode
2016 Storks Tulip [4]

Live action[edit]

List of acting performances in television
Year Title Role Notes Source[1]
000000002014-01-01-00002014–15 Kroll Show
000000002013-01-01-00002013 Nathan for You Also writer, producer and consultant
000000002013-01-01-00002013 The Nerdist
000000002012-01-01-00002012 Conan
000000002009-01-01-00002009 Hotbox Also writer and story editor
000000002007-01-01-00002007 The Jon Dore Show
Actress (39 credits)
 2014-2018 Bob’s Burgers (TV Series)
Harley / Abby

The Hurt Soccer (2018) … Harley (voice)
House of 1000 Bounces (2016) … Harley (voice)
Slumber Party (2014) … Harley / Abby (voice)
 2018 Take My Wife (TV Series)

Episode #2.7 (2018) … Director
 2017 Iris Opener (TV Movie)
 2017 Click, Clack, Moo: Christmas at the Farm (TV Movie)
Sheep / Brigitte (voice)
 2013-2017 Clarence (TV Series)
Ms. Baker / Mary Wendell / Ms. Shoop / …

Chadsgiving (2017) … Mary Wendle (voice)
A Nightmare on Aberdale Street: Balance’s Revenge (2017) … Mary Wendle / Singe-Woh (voice)
The Trade (2017) … Mary Wendle / TV Gal (voice)
Dare Day (2017) … Ms.Shoop / Food Nephews Clerk (voice)
Just Wait in the Car (2017) … Mary Wendle / Gale / Ms. Shoop (voice)
 2017 Too Loud (TV Series)
Fan Girl

Beware the Big-Headed Boy (2017) … Fan Girl (voice)
 2017 Flaked (TV Series)

Day Six (2017) … April
 2017 Jeff & Some Aliens (TV Series)
Sasha / Teenage Clerk

Jeff & Some Preteen Girls (2017) … Sasha / Teenage Clerk (voice)
 2016 Pigeon Toady’s Guide to Your New Baby (Video short)
Tulip (voice)
 2016 Albert (TV Movie)
Skuzz / Moss (voice)
 2016 Storks
Tulip (voice)
 2013-2016 Adventure Time (TV Series)
Additional Voices / Water Nymph #1 / Water Nymph #3 / …

Beyond the Grotto (2016) … Water Nymph #1 / Water Nymph #3 (voice)
Thanks for the Crabapples, Giuseppe! (2014) … Water Nymphs (voice)
The Red Throne (2014) … Ursula / Additional Voices (voice)
Love Games (2013) … Blargatha / Additional Voices (voice)
 2015 Clarence Shorts: Big Boy (Short)
Mary (voice)
 2015 Clarence Shorts: Beauford T. Pusser (Short)
Ms. Baker (voice)
 2012-2015 Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse (TV Series short)

The Telethon (2015) … Teresa (voice)
Malibu’s Empirical Emporium (2015) … Teresa (voice)
New Girl in Town (2014) … Teresa (voice)
Ice Ice, Barbie Part 2 (2014) … Teresa (voice)
Ice Ice, Barbie Part 1 (2014) … Teresa (voice)
 2014-2015 Kroll Show (TV Series)
Angela Mackenzie

The Time of My Life (2015) … Angela Mackenzie
Pleep Ploop (2015) … Angela Mackenzie
Krolling Around with Nick Klown (2014) … Angela Mackenzie
 2014-2015 American Dad! (TV Series)
Audience Member / Nurse / Various

Morning Mimosa (2015) … Audience Member (voice)
Now and Gwen (2014) … Nurse (voice)
Big Stan on Campus (2014) … Various (voice)
 2014 Cell Phone Party (Short)
 2014 Barbie: The Pearl Princess (Video)
Kuda (voice)
 2013 Barbie Dreamhouse Party (Video Game)
Teresa (voice)
 2013 Total Drama All Stars (TV Series)

Suckers Punched (2013) … Izzy (voice)
 2013 The Boyfriend Experience: Girls & Ribs (Short)
Sam’s GF
 2013 $5,000 Video (TV Series short) (2013)
 2013 Barbie in the Pink Shoes
Hailey (voice)
 2013 Aliens: Colonial Marines (Video Game)
Vivian Holmstrom / Sulaco Computer Voice (voice)
 2007-2012 Total Drama (TV Series)

Run It If You Can (2012) … Izzy (voice)
Finders Creepers (2012) … Izzy (voice)
Hawaiian Style (2011) … Izzy (voice)
Aftermath: The 2nd Chance Challenge (2011) … Izzy (voice)
Aftermath: Revenge of the Telethon (2010) … Izzy (voice)
 2011 Jimmy Two-Shoes (TV Series)
Ma Panda Monster / Mama Bird / Aunty Pomegranate, Various

Better Sweater/Jimmy on the Spot (2011) … Ma Panda Monster
Bird Brained/Mysterious Mr. Ten (2011) … Mama Bird
Jimmy New Shoes/What’s Up with Heloise? (2011) … Aunty Pomegranate, Various
 2009-2011 Stoked (TV Series)
Fin McCloud

All We Are Saying Is Give Reef a Chance (2011) … Fin McCloud
My Fair Leslie (2011) … Fin McCloud
The Reefinator (2010) … Fin McCloud
Sweet, Sweet Meat Cheat (2010) … Fin McCloud
Surfers Got Talent (2010) … Fin McCloud
 2010 Skatoony (TV Series)

Trash Talk … Izzy (voice)
 2010 Canadian Comedy Shorts (TV Series)
Girlfriend (segment ‘Echos’)

Holy War Dance Party (2010) … Girlfriend (segment ‘Echos’)
 2009-2010 Spliced (TV Series)

Fuzzy’s Great Journey/Octocataclysm (2010) … Patricia (voice)
Amazon/Juice (2010) … Patricia (voice)
Best Before Date/Stompabout (2010) … Patricia (voice)
Honorary Freak/Come to the Dork Side (2009) … Patricia (voice)
 2009 Hotbox (TV Series)

Episode #1.13 (2009)
Episode #1.12 (2009)
Episode #1.11 (2009)
Episode #1.10 (2009)
Episode #1.9 (2009)
 2009 Debt (Short)
Misc Characters (voice)
 2007 The Jon Dore Television Show (TV Series)
STD Player: Narrator

STD (2007) … STD Player: Narrator
 2007 Dakota
 2006/I True Love (Short)
 2006 1-800-Missing (TV Series)
Alice Walton

Spring Break (2006) … Alice Walton
 2005 The Wrong Number (Short)
Automated Voice
 2004 Uranium (Short)
Joe Blow / Doctor


Christine Nangle is a writer and producer, known for Inside Amy Schumer (2013), Kroll Show (2013) and The Mick (2017).
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Actress (10 credits)
 2017 The President Show (TV Series)
Kimberly Kitty

Evan McMullin (2017) … Kimberly Kitty (uncredited)
 2016 So F***ing Happy for You (Short)
 2014-2016 Inside Amy Schumer (TV Series)
Perfect Wife / What’s Up User #1 / Laura / …

Everyone for Themselves (2016) … Perfect Wife / What’s Up User #1
80s Ladies (2015) … Laura
A Chick Who Can Hang (2014) … Chelsea
 2013-2015 Kroll Show (TV Series)

The Commonwealth Games (2015) … Theresa
Karaoke Bullies (2015) … Theresa
Mercury Poisoning (2013) … Theresa
 2011 I Wanna Have Your Baby (TV Series)
Dolores Santangeli

The Water Birth (2011) … Dolores Santangeli
The Doctor (2011) … Dolores Santangeli
Tim & Tyree (2011) … Dolores Santangeli
The Pharmacist (2011) … Dolores Santangeli
Corrine & Jerry (2011) … Dolores Santangeli
 2009-2011 Saturday Night Live (TV Series)
Shower Guest / Airplane Passenger

Emma Stone/Coldplay (2011) … Shower Guest (uncredited)
Megan Fox/U2 (2009) … Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
 2009 Surrogate Mother for Hire (Short)
Dolores Santangeli
 2008 MILF Solicitors (TV Series short)
Mom #4


Brigid Ryan was born in Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania to Thomas and Peggy Ryan (Vaughan). Brigid graduated from Shaler Area high school with the class of 1994 where she won Pittsburgh’s Gene Kelly Award for Best supporting actress for her performance of Queen Aggravain in Once Upon a Mattress. Brigid is a graduate of The School of Drama
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Actress (17 credits)
 2017 GLOW (TV Series)

Maybe It’s All the Disco (2017) … Receptionist
 2017 Aardvark
 2016 Late Bloomers (The Chloe & Sage Chronicles) (TV Movie)
Holly Campbell
 2013-2015 Kroll Show (TV Series)

The Commonwealth Games (2015) … Deb
Karaoke Bullies (2015) … Deb
Mercury Poisoning (2013) … Deb
 2014 Route 30 Three!
 2013 Pursuit of Sexiness (TV Series short)
 2012 Route 30, Too!
 2012 Dog Eat Dog (Short)
 2011 Starf*ckers (TV Series short)
 2011 Gigi: Almost American (TV Series)
Librarian / Nurse #2

Gigi’s Book Club (2011) … Librarian
Donate Good Cause (2011) … Nurse #2
 2010 Diamonds Wow! (TV Series short)
 2009 The Lost Nomads: Get Lost!
Woman Survivor / Sexy Girl
 2007 Rick Speed, Private Shrink (Short)
Femme Fatale #2
 2002 All That (TV Series)
Woman Customer

Knubby McFarlin (2002) … Woman Customer
 2002 The Nick Cannon Show (TV Series)

Nick Takes Over the Law (2002) … Teacher


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Actress (97 credits)
 2018 The Downside (Short)
Cheryl Warren
 2017 Kevin Can Wait (TV Series)

Double Date (2017) … Angela
 2017 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Sue Ann Daly

Decline and Fall (2017) … Sue Ann Daly
 2015-2016 Faking It (TV Series)

Spooking It (2016) … Jackie
Faking It… Again (2015) … Jackie
 2016 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)

Episode #1.12819 (2016) … Tina
 2016 Supernatural (TV Series)

Beyond the Mat (2016) … Rio
 2016 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Frances Shadez

Shelter from the Storm (2016) … Frances Shadez
 2015 Trouble
Cheryl Warren
 2015 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Mickey, Club Owner

Worst Case Scenario (2015) … Mickey, Club Owner
 2015 Road Hard
 2015 Pretty Little Liars (TV Series)
Pageant Coach

Pretty Isn’t the Point (2015) … Pageant Coach
 2012-2014 Switched at Birth (TV Series)
Sarah Lazar

Oh, Future! (2014) … Sarah Lazar
Like a Snowball Down a Mountain (2014) … Sarah Lazar
Expulsion from the Garden of Eden (2012) … Sarah Lazar
 2014 Castle (TV Series)

Smells Like Teen Spirit (2014) … Realtor
 2013 Kroll Show (TV Series)
Cece Armond

The Greatest Hits of It (2013) … Cece Armond
Dine & Dash (2013) … Cece Armond
Can I Finish? (2013) … Cece Armond (as Jacki Debatin)
 2013 A Leading Man
Rivanna Lipton
 2013 The Good Mother (TV Movie)
 2007-2013 The Office (TV Series)
Elizabeth the Stripper

Finale (2013) … Elizabeth the Stripper
Fun Run (2007) … Elizabeth the Stripper
Ben Franklin (2007) … Elizabeth the Stripper
 2012 Besties
 2012 The Mentalist (TV Series)

Pink Champagne on Ice (2012) … Trish
 2011 Artax Brandywine: Therapist (Short)
 2011 My Favorite Shaman (TV Movie)
 2011 The Talent Show (TV Series)

The Photo Shoot (2011) … Coco
A Brand New Harper (2011) … Coco
Going Coco (2011) … Coco
Episode #2.6 (2011) … Coco
 2011 Redesigning Your Life with Lainey Chase (TV Movie)
Lainey Chase
 2011 Shake It Up (TV Series)

Break It Up (2011) … Dr.Semple
 2011 Franklin & Bash (TV Series)
Miss McDowell

Franklin vs. Bash (2011) … Miss McDowell
 2011 Satin
Heaven Carrera
 2010 Ask Alan (TV Movie)
 2010 Terriers (TV Series)
Josephine Lindus

Manifest Destiny (2010) … Josephine Lindus
Fustercluck (2010) … Josephine Lindus
 2010 Dicks (TV Movie)
Kate Pozinski
 2010 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Melanie Nichols

Show Stopper (2010) … Melanie Nichols
 2009 Lie to Me (TV Series)

Black Friday (2009) … Cheyenne
 2009 According to Jim (TV Series)

Heaven Opposed to Hell (2009) … Mandy
Physical Therapy (2009) … Mandy
The Meaningful Gift (2009) … Mandy
Kyle’s Crush (2009) … Mandy
 2009 Party Down (TV Series)

 2009 The Secret Life of the American Teenager (TV Series)

That’s Enough of That (2009) … Veronica
 2008 McCartney’s Genes
Emo’s Girl #1
 2008 SIS (TV Movie)
 2008 The Closer (TV Series)
Trisha Masters

Live Wire (2008) … Trisha Masters
 2008 Unhitched (TV Series)

Mardi Gras Croc Attack (2008) … Erika
 2008 Girlfriends (TV Series)

Stand and Deliver (2008) … Selene
What’s Black-a-Lackin’? (2008) … Selene
 2007 Nip/Tuck (TV Series)
Nancy Collins

Duke Collins (2007) … Nancy Collins
 2007 Life (TV Series)
Stephanie Borns

What They Saw (2007) … Stephanie Borns
 2007 The Unit (TV Series)
Agent Suzanne Lee

Pandemonium: Part Two (2007) … Agent Suzanne Lee
 2007 Moola
 2007 Boston Legal (TV Series)
Jenna Aesop

Son of the Defender (2007) … Jenna Aesop
 2007 Veronica Mars (TV Series)

Poughkeepsie, Tramps and Thieves (2007) … Madame
 2006 The Line-Up (TV Movie)
 2006 Cuts (TV Series)
Jordan Sherwood

It’s a Ring Thing (2006) … Jordan Sherwood
 2006 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

My Tongue Is Meat (2006) … Ginger
 2006 Grand Union (TV Movie)
Missy McBride
 2005 Deal (TV Movie)
 2005 Without a Trace (TV Series)

The Innocents (2005) … Sandra
 2004-2005 That ’70s Show (TV Series)
Sunshine / Stripper Girl

You’re My Best Friend (2005) … Sunshine
My Wife (2004) … Sunshine / Stripper Girl
 2005 Blind Justice (TV Series)
Marybeth Desmond

Rub a Tub Tub (2005) … Marybeth Desmond
 2005 Still Standing (TV Series)

Still Single (2005) … Denise
 2004 Cold Case (TV Series)

Mind Hunters (2004) … DeeDee
 2004 Las Vegas (TV Series)
Lynn Finstad

Montecito Lancers (2004) … Lynn Finstad
 2004 Skeleton Man (TV Movie)
Sgt. Cordero
 2003 10-8: Officers on Duty (TV Series)

Lucy in the Sky (2003) … Debbie
 2003 7th Heaven (TV Series)

The One Thing (2003) … Ruby
 2003 Becker (TV Series)

Spontaneous Combustion (2003) … Rita
 2003 BachelorMan
 2002 24 (TV Series)
Jessica Abrams

7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. (2002) … Jessica Abrams
 2001 Friends (TV Series)
The Hooker

The One with the Stripper (2001) … The Hooker
 2001 Grounded for Life (TV Series)

Catch Us If You Can (2001) … Melanie
 2001 Spring Break Lawyer (TV Movie)
 2001 Amy’s Orgasm
 1998-2001 V.I.P. (TV Series)

Val Squared (2001) … Angel
Thunder Val (1999) … Angel
Scents and Sensibility (1998) … Angel
 2001 The Weber Show (TV Series)

…And Then Jack Found Out (2001) … Stephanie
 2000 Partners (TV Movie)
Angel’s Sister
 2000 ER (TV Series)

Be Patient (2000) … Judy
 2000 18 Wheels of Justice (TV Series)

 2000 Brutally Normal (TV Series)

Stretching Ethics (2000) … Darlene
 1999 A Domestic Incident (Short)
 1999 Working (TV Series)
Amy / Desk Clerk

Manifesto Destiny (1999) … Amy
The Retreat (1999) … Desk Clerk
 1999 Pensacola: Wings of Gold (TV Series)

Lost (1999) … Bonnie
 1998 To Have & to Hold (TV Series)
Jennifer Fayhe

Right My Fire (1998) … Jennifer Fayhe
 1998 Caroline in the City (TV Series)

 1998 JAG (TV Series)

Wedding Bell Blues (1998) … Loni
 1998 Profiler (TV Series)
Carol Winter

Every Five Minutes (1998) … Carol Winter
 1997 Macon County Jail
Cassie Ann
 1997 River Made to Drown In
Girl in Limo 1
 1997 The Visitor (TV Series)

Reunion (1997) … Louise
 1997 Sparkler
Showgirl #2
 1997 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (TV Series)
First Prostitute

Starting Over (1997) … First Prostitute
 1997 Laws of Deception
Maria, Evan’s Secretary
 1996 Wildly Available
 1996 High Tide (TV Series)

Sun, Surf and Homicide (1996) … Jackie
 1996 Life with Roger (TV Series)

The Way We Was (1996) … Melanie
 1996 Ladykiller
 1996 California Dreams (TV Series)

Stand by Your Man (1996) … Mel
 1996 New York Daze (TV Series)
The Waitress

Eric’s Book (1996) … The Waitress
 1995 Separate Lives

America Ferrera

America Ferrera

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America Ferrera
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Born America Georgine Ferrera
(1984-04-18) April 18, 1984 (age 34)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other names Georgine Ferrera[1]
Alma mater University of Southern California
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Ryan Piers Williams (m. 2011)
Children 1

America Georgine Ferrera (born April 18, 1984) is an American actress. Born in Los Angeles, California, to Honduran parents, Ferrera developed an interest in acting at a young age performing in several stage productions at her school. She made her feature film debut in 2002 with the comedy drama Real Women Have Curves, winning praise for her performance. Ferrera is the recipient of numerous accolades including an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award among others.

Ferrera garnered modest success early in her career with roles in films like the Disney original Gotta Kick It Up! (2002) and the drama The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005); the latter earned her the Imagen Award Best Actress and her first nomination at the ALMA Awards. She ventured into television roles and landed the leading part on the ABC comedy drama Ugly Betty (2006–2010). Ferrera garnered critical acclaim for playing the protagonist of the series Betty Suarez, and won the Best Actress Awards at various award ceremonies in 2007 including the Golden Globe Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and the Primetime Emmy Award, the first for a Latin woman in the category.

Ferrera’s other notable film roles include the drama The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008), the drama The Dry Land (2010), the romantic comedy Our Family Wedding (2010), and the crime drama End of Watch (2012). She provided the voice of Astrid Hofferson in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise, including the first two motion pictures and the 6-season long television series Dreamworks Dragons. She co-produces and stars in the NBC comedy series Superstore (2015–present).

Ferrera garnered wide recognition for Ugly Betty. Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2007.

Early life and education[edit]

Ferrera, the youngest of six children, was born in Los Angeles, California.[2] Her parents, América Griselda Ayes and Carlos Gregorio Ferrera, were originally from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and emigrated to the United States in the mid-1970s.[3] Her mother worked as the director of the housekeeping staff for one of the Hilton Hotels,[4] and stressed the importance of higher education.[5] When she was 7, her parents divorced and her father returned to Honduras.[6] Ferrera was estranged from her father when he died there in 2010.[7]

Ferrera was raised in the Woodland Hills section of Los Angeles, where she attended Calabash Street Elementary School, George Ellery Hale Middle School and El Camino Real High School.[8] From the time she was seven years old, when she landed a small role in a school production of Hamlet and then at age 10, the role as the Artful Dodger in Oliver!, Ferrera knew that she wanted to be a performer. Her first play was Romeo and Juliet, and although only in the third grade, she went to the junior high school and auditioned and got the role of the Apothecary.[9] She acted in school plays and community theatre in Los Angeles throughout her youth, though with little help from her mother, who insisted that she pursue other interests because she was concerned her daughter would not be treated fairly.[5] Ferrera disliked her first name as a child and went by her middle name, “Georgine”, until she began acting professionally.[10]

While at El Camino High School, she took acting lessons at the age of 15 and was able to pay for them by waiting tables and babysitting. She entered University of Southern California (USC) on a presidential scholarship, double majoring in theatre and international relations. She dropped out to focus on her acting career but later completed her bachelor’s degree in May of 2013.[11]


Debut and Early roles (2002–2005)[edit]

In July 2002, Ferrera appeared in her first television movie, Gotta Kick It Up! for The Disney Channel. While at a theatre program at Northwestern University that same year,[12] she made her feature movie debut in Real Women Have Curves. Ferrera followed this with roles in television (Touched by an Angel).[13] She also appeared in the movie Plainsong, based on the novel by Kent Haruf, which also featured Aidan Quinn and Rachel Griffiths. Ferrera played a pregnant teenager, Victoria Roubideaux, who has been kicked out of her mother’s house and she is taken in by two kindly brothers who live alone on a farm.[14] In the 2005 film How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer, she starred as Bianca, a 17-year-old third-generation Mexican-American who is disgusted with the boys in her neighborhood but finds romance with a boy from a neighboring town. In 2006, she appeared in the short film 3:52, which won the Audience Award at the San Diego Women Film Festival. Later that year, she featured in the movie Steel City, which received nominations at the Film Independent Spirit Awards and the Sundance Film Festival.[15] In December 2005, she appeared in the Off-Broadway play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, directed by Trip Cullman.

Breakthrough and Rise to fame (2006–2010)[edit]

Ferrera at the 2010 Voice Awards.

In 2006, Ferrera landed the lead role of Betty Suarez in ABC’s new comedy drama Ugly Betty, an adaptation of the successful Colombian telenovela Yo soy Betty, la fea, in which Ferrera portrays a girl whom her peers find extremely unattractive, thus the series title. As Betty Suarez, Ferrera wears braces, has bushy eyebrows and a disheveled wig, and cosmetics and clothing intended to downplay her own looks, in contrast to most of the “glammed up” characters; Ferrera herself invented the term “Bettification” to describe the process of creating her onscreen persona.[16] In 2007, Ferrera won numerous accolades winning the “triple crown” for her performance in the series; she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy, the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, becoming the first Latin woman to win the Outstanding Lead Actress Award.[17][18][19]

Post her Golden Globe win, Ferrera was congratulated by Hilda L. Solis in the United States House of Representatives and was commended for “helping to break down stereotypes and provide a role model for young Latinas”.[20] Time included Ferrera in their 2007 list of the 100 most influential people in the world.[21] Also in 2007, Ferrera won Imagen Foundation’s Creative Achievement Award.[22] Ferrera starred as Carmen in the 2005 film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, and reprised the role in 2008’s The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. Among other film work, she supplied the voice of Astrid in the hit animated film How to Train Your Dragon (2010). She also appeared in The Dry Land which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival[23] and ran at the Dallas International Film Festival where it won the top prize in the Filmmaker Award for Best Narrative Feature.[24]

Post Ugly Betty (2011–present)[edit]

Ferrera made her London stage debut on November 7, 2011, playing Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago in London’s West End.[25] In 2012, Ferrera was featured in the four-hour documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, which premiered on PBS October 1 and 2, 2012.[26] The series introduces women and girls living in very difficult circumstances and struggling to challenge them. The Half the Sky PBS TV series is produced by Show of Force along with Fugitive Films. Ferrera starred alongside David Cross and Julia Stiles in the dark comedy It’s a Disaster, which premiered at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival and had a limited commercial release on April 12, 2013.[27]

On May 17, 2013, ABC announced that Ferrera was cast in a limited-run telenovela titled Pedro & Maria, a modern-day take on Romeo and Juliet set in Washington, D.C. The series had been in development at MTV since 2010 with Ferrera serving as director on the project, which would have interactive participation online content from viewers.[28] ABC later decided not to move forward with the series. On March 16, 2015, Ferrera was added to the cast of the upcoming NBC sitcom Superstore, portraying Amy, a 10-year veteran floor supervisor at a superstore named Cloud 9. In addition to her main role, Ferrera has co-production duties as well. The series has since been renewed for a second and third season.[29] [30]

Personal life[edit]

Ferrera with her then fiancé Ryan Piers Williams in October 2010

Ferrera first met actor, director, and writer Ryan Piers Williams when he cast her in a student film at USC.[31] The couple became engaged in June 2010,[31] and married on June 27, 2011.[32] On December 31, 2017 Ferrera and Williams announced that they are expecting their first child.[33] Ferrera announced on her Instagram page on May 29, 2018, that she gave birth to a boy, Sebastian Piers Williams. [34]

Political activities[edit]

Ferrera with Hillary Clinton in 2008

Ferrera has been politically active. During the 2008 presidential primaries, Ferrera, alongside Chelsea Clinton and Amber Tamblyn, led the Hillblazers organization in support of Hillary Clinton‘s campaign.[35]

Ferrera attended both the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina and the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.[36] At the 2016 convention, she addressed the delegates as a speaker, sharing the stage with Lena Dunham.[37]

Ferrera has been active in getting Latinos in the United States to vote through her involvement with the organization Voto Latino by appearing on various news programs.[38]

Ferrera was the opening speaker for the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017.[39]

Fighting sexual harassment[edit]

In October 2017 Ferrera took part in the #MeToo campaign, publicly revealing that she was sexually harassed when she was 9 years old. She did not reveal any details about the harassment or the person who harassed her.[40] In January 2018, Ferrera was a founding member of the Time’s Up legal defense fund.[41]


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Real Women Have Curves Ana Garcia
2004 Darkness Minus Twelve Luiza Short film
2005 How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer Blanca Garcia
2005 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Carmen Lowell
2005 Lords of Dogtown Thunder Monkey
2005 3:52 Kate
2006 Steel City Amy Barnes
2007 Muertas Rebecca Short film; also executive producer
2007 Towards Darkness (Hacia la oscuridad) Luiza Also executive producer
2007 Under the Same Moon Martha
2008 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 Carmen Lowell
2008 Tinker Bell Fawn Direct-to-video; voice
2010 The Dry Land Sarah Also executive producer
2010 Our Family Wedding Lucia Ramirez
2010 How to Train Your Dragon Astrid Hofferson Voice
2010 Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2011 Book of Dragons Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2011 Gift of the Night Fury Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2012 It’s a Disaster Hedy Galili
2012 End of Watch Officer Orozco
2012 Half the Sky Herself Documentary
2014 César Chávez Helen Chavez
2014 X/Y Silvia Also producer
2014 How to Train Your Dragon 2 Astrid Hofferson Voice
2014 Dawn of the Dragon Racers Astrid Hofferson Short film; voice
2016 Special Correspondents Brigida
2019 How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Astrid Hofferson Voice
Year Title Role Notes
2002–08, 2010–11 Independent Lens Herself / Host Seasons 5–9, 12–13; 112 episodes
2002 Touched by an Angel Charlee Episode: “The Word”
2002 Gotta Kick It Up! Yolanda “Yoli” Vargas Disney Channel Original Movie
2004 Plainsong Victoria Roubideaux Hallmark Hall of Fame movie
2004 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation April Perez Episode: “Harvest”
2006–10 Ugly Betty Betty Suarez Main cast; 85 episodes
2011–13 The Good Wife Natalie Flores 4 episodes
2011 Handy Manny Graciela Morales Episode: “Snow Problem”; voice
2012–2018 DreamWorks Dragons Astrid Hofferson Main cast; voice
2014 Years of Living Dangerously Herself Episode: “Winds of Change”
2015–present Superstore Amy Dubanowski Main cast; also co-producer
2017 Curb Your Enthusiasm Vanessa Nadal (Lin’s wife) Episode: “The Shucker”
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Christine Christine Main cast; 12 episodes
2015 What’s Your Emergency Brenda Fitzgerald 2 episodes
2017 Gente-fied

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2002 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize: Dramatic Real Women Have Curves Won
2003 Independent Spirit Award Best Debut Performance Nominated
Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Nominated
2005 Satellite Award Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Female Nominated
Choice Movie Hissy Fit Nominated
2006 ALMA Award Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress Won
Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Ugly Betty Nominated
2007 ALMA Award Outstanding Actress – Television Series, Mini-Series or Television Movie Won
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Won
Creative Achievement Award N/A Won
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Ugly Betty Won
Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Won
Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Won
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Won
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (shared with cast) Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Breakout Won
Choice TV Actress: Comedy Nominated
TCA Award Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated
2008 Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy Nominated
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Won
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Nominated
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Satellite Award Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (shared with cast) Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actress: Comedy Nominated
2009 ALMA Award Actress in Television – Comedy Nominated
Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical Nominated
NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Television Actress Nominated
New York Women in Film & Television Muse Award N/A Won
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Ugly Betty Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actress: Comedy Nominated
2010 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Won
Best Actress – Film The Dry Land Nominated
Our Family Wedding Nominated
2011 Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actress-Animated Female Film How to Train Your Dragon Won
2016 Imagen Award Best Actress – Television Superstore Nominated
2017 Gracie Awards Actress in a Leading Role – Comedy or Musical[42] Won
Golden Nymph Awards Best Actress – Comedy[43] Pending

Laura Harrier

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Laura Harrier
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Born Laura Ruth Harrier[citation needed]
(1990-03-28) March 28, 1990 (age 28)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.[1]
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2013–present

Laura Ruth Harrier (/ˈhæriər/; born March 28, 1990)[2] is an American actress and model. Harrier was first recognized for her portrayal of Destiny Evans in the short-lived reboot of the American soap opera One Life to Live in 2013. In 2017, she made her major film debut portraying Liz[3] in Spider-Man: Homecoming.[4][5][6]

Early life[edit]

Laura Harrier was born March 28, 1990[2] in Chicago, Illinois, and raised in Evanston, Illinois.[1] She attended Evanston Township High School from 2004-2008. Her father works in insurance and her mother is a speech pathologist.[7] She has one younger brother.[8]

Harrier left home for New York at age 18 to attend the New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Upon arrival, Harrier fell into modeling and deferred enrollment to the University.[8] Modeling was not a job that Harrier intended to do for long. Eventually, she decided that she wanted to pursue acting and attended William Esper Studio acting school in New York City.[7][8] She has lived in New York City ever since.



Harrier appeared in the reboot of American soap opera One Life to Live (2013) as Destiny Evans. She has also been in projects such as The Last Five Years (2014), and 4th Man Out (2016).

Harrier had her major film debut playing former love interest Liz in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017). In June 2017, it was announced that Harrier would be portraying Millie Montag in HBO’s film adaptation of acclaimed novel Fahrenheit 451, opposite Michael B. Jordan;[9] however, she was later cut from the film.[10] In October 2017, it was announced that Harrier had been cast in the upcoming 2018 film BlacKkKlansman where she will star alongside Adam Driver, John David Washington and Topher Grace.[11]

Modeling and fashion[edit]

Harrier has modeled for campaigns with companies such as Garnier, Urban Outfitters, American Eagle, and L’Oréal, and has turned up on the pages of Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle, and Glamour.

In 2016, Harrier starred in “The Realest Real”, a short film for luxury French fashion brand Kenzo directed by Carrie Brownstein. Harrier is currently part of Calvin Klein and Louis Vuitton campaigns and is an ambassador for luxury Italian jewelry brand Bvlgari.[12]


Year Title Role Notes
2013 Big Morning Buzz Live Herself
2013 More Herself Episode: “Destiny Evans”
2013 One Life to Live Destiny Evans 43 episodes
2014 Unforgettable Amber 2 episodes
2014 The Last Five Years Manuscript Woman
2014 Galyntine Wylie
2015 4th Man Out Dorothy Cuda
2016 The Realest Real Abby Short
2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming Liz Toomes [3]
2018 Fahrenheit 451 Millie Montag Footage was cut from the film
2018 BlacKkKlansman Patrice


Megan Neuringer is a writer and actress, known for Bachelorette (2012), How to Be a Man (2013) and Escape from Brooklyn (2013).
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Actress (36 credits)
 2017 Big Brother Volcano
 2016-2017 Pitch Off with Doug Benson (TV Series)
Executive Assistant / Guest

Pitch “A Gritty Movie About Cereal Box Characters” to Doug. (2017) … Executive Assistant / Guest
Pitch “The Matrix 4” to Doug. (2017) … Executive Assistant
 2017 Portlandia (TV Series)

Amore (2017)
 2016 Imaginary Friend (TV Movie)
 2016 The Soul Man (TV Series)

Boyce Don’t Cry (2016) … Connie
White Trash (2016) … Connie
This Mud’s for You (2016) … Connie
 2015 See You Around (Short)
 2015 Made to Order (TV Series)

Date Night (2015) … Gretchen
 2015 Slow Learners
 2013-2015 Kroll Show (TV Series)

Bangs (2015) … Doctor
Pleep Ploop (2015) … Doctor
Mercury Poisoning (2013) … Doctor
The Greatest Hits of It (2013) … Doctor
 2014 New Timers (TV Series)

Dip (2014) … Hannah
 2014 Deadbeat (TV Series)
Nurse / Hospital Nurse

The Ghost in the Machine (2014) … Nurse
The Hot God Contest (2014) … Hospital Nurse
 2014 Futuremanity (TV Movie)
 2014 Sit Down with the Stars (TV Series)
 2013 Sanatorium
 2013 How to Be a Man
 2013 Escape from Brooklyn (TV Series short)

Episode #1.6 (2013)
Episode #1.5 (2013)
Episode #1.4 (2013)
Episode #1.3 (2013)
Episode #1.2 (2013)
 2013 Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (TV Series)

Episode #1.17 (2013)
 2012 UCB Live! (TV Series)
 2012 Bachelorette
Singing Cousin 1
 2011 The Actress (TV Series)

Fraternal Humor (2011) … Bridget
 2011 CollegeHumor Originals (TV Series)
Woman 2

How to Talk Dirty (2011) … Woman 2
 2011 100 Greatest Songs of the 00s (TV Series)
 2010 Life Lessens (Short)
 2009 UCB Comedy Originals (TV Series short)

 2009 Delocated (TV Series)
Date #1

Pilot (2009) … Date #1
 2008 Fringe (TV Series)

The Ghost Network (2008) … Paula
 2008 Viralcom (TV Series)
Elizabeth Fisher

We’re Going to the Webbys! (2008) … Elizabeth Fisher
I Can’t Believe I’m BritGirl16! (2008) … Elizabeth Fisher
Welcome to Viralcom Studios! (2008) … Elizabeth Fisher
 2007 Flight of the Conchords (TV Series)
Lisa’s Friend

Girlfriends (2007) … Lisa’s Friend
 2007 Human Giant (TV Series)
Sexy Web cam gal

24 Hour Marathon (2007) … Sexy Web cam gal
 2005 Best Week Ever with Paul F. Tompkins (TV Series)

Episode #4.4 (2005)
 2005 The Widower (TV Series)
 2000 Strangers with Candy (TV Series)

Is Freedom Free? (2000) … Dancer (uncredited)