Jackie Gillies

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Jackie Gillies

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Jackie Gillies
Born Jakica Ivancevic
(1980-06-11) 11 June 1980 (age 37)
Split, Croatia
Residence Melbourne, Victoria
Nationality Australian
Occupation Psychic
Known for The Real Housewives of Melbourne
Spouse(s) Ben Gillies (m. 2010)

Jackica “Jackie” Gillies (née Ivanacevic) is an Australian reality television personality, best known for being on The Real Housewives of Melbourne.

Career[edit]

Gillies works as a professional psychic but is famous for being on The Real Housewives of Melbourne, which she has been on since it started in 2014.

Previously working in corporate banking as a casual relief teller, Gilles left her job to become a full-time psychic medium.[1] It has been reported that she has a three year waiting list and makes $495 for a half hour session.[2]

In January 2018, Gillies was revealed as a celebrity contestant on the fourth season of the Australian version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!.[3] On 6 March 2018, Gillies was evicted after 39 days in the jungle coming in 7th place.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Gillies was born in Croatia. Her family emigrated to Australia when she was a few weeks old .[1] The family still has property in Croatia.[2] Gillies spent her childhood and early adult life in Newcastle,[1] but now resides in Melbourne.

Gillies married Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies in 2010.[5] The pair met when they were teenagers but it wasn’t until a decade and a half later at a house party that they began their romance.[5] They married a year after reconnecting, with Silverchair’s lead singer Daniel Johns serving as best man.[5]

Self (4 credits)
 2018 I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #4.1 (2018) … Herself
 2016 All Star Family Feud (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

 2014 The Real Housewives of Melbourne (TV Series)
Herself

Reunion: Part Two (2014) … Herself
Reunion: Part One (2014) … Herself
Here’s to Happy Endings (2014) … Herself
Pooch Party (2014) … Herself
No Show or Go Show? (2014) … Herself

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ROSE MATAFEO

Rose Matafeo is an actress and writer, known for Funny Girls (2015), Auckland Daze (2012) and No Experience Necessary (2017).
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Actress (8 credits)
 2015-2018 Funny Girls (TV Series)
Rose / Various

Episode #3.3 (2018) … Various
Episode #3.1 (2018) … Various
Episode #2.6 (2016) … Rose
Episode #2.5 (2016) … Rose
Episode #2.4 (2016) … Rose
 2018 Squinters (TV Series)
Talia

End of the Road (2018) … Talia
Crossroads (2018) … Talia
Road to Nowhere (2018) … Talia
King of the Road (2018) … Talia
Rocky Road (2018) … Talia
 2017 W1A (TV Series)
Chloe

Episode #3.6 (2017) … Chloe
Episode #3.2 (2017) … Chloe
 2017 No Experience Necessary (TV Series)
Rose Matafeo

Ray Snr (2017) … Rose Matafeo
 2013-2014 Auckland Daze (TV Series)
Rose

Episode #2.5 (2014) … Rose
Episode #2.1 (2013) … Rose
 2013 Crumbs (TV Series)
Detective Tickleberry / Joan Cornfeld
 2012 A Night at the Classic (TV Series)
Guest Comedian

Episode #2.5 (2012) … Guest Comedian
 2012 Pocket Protectors (TV Series)
Sam
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2018 Funny Girls (TV Series) (writer – 1 episode)

Episode #3.1 (2018) … (writer)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (9 credits)
 2018 Hughesy, We Have a Problem (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #2.7 (2018) … Herself
 2010-2018 7 Days (TV Series)
Herself – Team Member / Herself – Team 2 Member

Episode #10.1 (2018) … Herself – Team Member
Episode #9.35 (2017) … Herself – Team Member
Episode #8.13 (2016) … Herself – Team Member
Episode #7.20 (2015) … Herself – Team Member
Episode #7.17 (2015) … Herself – Team Member
 2017 Have You Been Paying Attention? (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #5.27 (2017) … Herself
Episode #5.21 (2017) … Herself
Episode #5.20 (2017) … Herself
 2017 Comedy Up Late (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #5.8 (2017) … Herself
 2016 Have I Got News for You (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #52.4 (2016) … Herself
 2013 Best Bits (TV Series)
Herself – Co Host

Episode #1.4 (2013) … Herself – Co Host
Episode #1.3 (2013) … Herself – Co Host
Episode #1.2 (2013) … Herself – Co Host
Episode #1.1 (2013) … Herself – Co Host
 2010-2013 A Night at the Classic (TV Series)
Herself – Guest Comedian

Episode #2.8 (2013) … Herself – Guest Comedian
Raw Night (2010) … Herself – Guest Comedian
 2012 Mum I’m Off to Melbourne for a Laugh (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 2011 U Live (TV Series)
Herself

LAURA DANIEL

Laura Daniel is an actress and writer, known for Funny Girls (2015), Kiwi Christmas (2017) and Happy Hour (2014).
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Actress (4 credits)
 2015-2018 Funny Girls (TV Series)
Laura / Various

Episode #3.3 (2018) … Various
Episode #3.1 (2018) … Various
Episode #2.6 (2016) … Laura
Episode #2.5 (2016) … Laura
Episode #2.4 (2016) … Laura
 2017 Kiwi Christmas
Carlton
 2016 The Barefoot Bandits (TV Series)
Riley Scott

Never Tumeke (2016) … Riley Scott
Show Me Moa (2016) … Riley Scott
Glow Your Own Way (2016) … Riley Scott
Night of the Living Vege (2016) … Riley Scott
Invasion of the Budgie Smuglers (2016) … Riley Scott
 2014 Happy Hour (TV Series)
Numerous

Susie Youssef

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Susie Youssef

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Susie Youssef
Birth name Susan Catherine Youssef
Born 1984 (age 33–34)
Sydney, New South Wales
Medium Stand-up comedian, writer, actor
Nationality Australian
Years active 2006 – present
Genres sketch comedy, autobiographical comedy, improvisational comedy
Notable works and roles Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia
How Not to Behave
No Activity
Rosehaven
Website http://www.susieyoussef.com/

Susan Catherine Youssef is an Australian comedian, writer and actor who works in television, on radio and stage in Australia and the United Kingdom. Youssef performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and Homebake.[1]

Youssef is best known for her appearances in the television series Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia, How Not to Behave, No Activity and Rosehaven. She has twice used her family name in the title of her stand-up comedy shows.

Career[edit]

Youssef began comedy writing in high school where she wrote her own plays. She began studying education, to become a teacher. A friend took her to an improvisational comedy show at Newtown’s Enmore Theatre, which sparked a more serious interest in comedy.[2] She quit college and Youssef attended iO Chicago where she studied improvisational performance and comedy.[3][4]

Youssef began her comedy career as a writer for The Ronnie Johns Half Hour in 2006, and made her acting debut in the short film Clicked in the role of Lina in 2011. In 2014, she played Jane in the short film Kevin Needs to Make New Friends: Because Everyone Hates Him for Some Reason and then turned to television where she appeared in The Chaser’s Media Circus. In 2014, Youssef played the lead role of Sarah in the Hayloft Project’s stage play The Boat People which won the Best On Stage award at the FBi SMAC Awards in 2014.[5][6]

Youssef started performing improvisational comedy live.[7] She made her solo debut in her sketch comedy show Sketchual Chocolate at the Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festivals. In 2015, she returned to the comedy festival circuit with her comedy show Owl Eyes On You and in 2016 made her debut in London and at the Edinburgh Fringe with her stand-up show Check Youssef Before You Wreck Youssef.[8]

In 2015, Youssef appeared in other television series including Community Kitchen, About Tonight, The Checkout and Game Night. Yousseff had recurring roles in the television comedy series How Not to Behave, Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia, No Activity and Rosehaven, and a guest role in Here Come the Habibs in 2016. In 2017, Youssef toured with her comedy show Behave Youssef [9] and made her debut on the comedy TV news quiz programme Have You Been Paying Attention?.

Live Stand-up Comedy Tours[edit]

Tours
Year Title Notes Role
2014 Sketchual Chocolate Debut solo stand-up show at the Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festivals and Sydney Fringe Festival Writer/performer
2015 Owl Eyes on You Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Sydney Comedy Festival Writer/performer
2016 Check Youssef Before You Wreck Youssef Edinburgh Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival and Brisbane Comedy Festival Writer/performer
2017 Behave Youssef Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival Writer/performer

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2011 Clicked Lina Actor
2014 Kevin Needs to Make New Friends: Because Everyone Hates Him for Some Reason Jane Actor
2016 Scare BNB Ksenia Actor
2018 The Call Back Sam Actor
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Ronnie Johns Half Hour Writer 4 episodes
2015 The Chaser’s Media Circus Herself 1 episode
2015 Community Kitchen Herself 2 episodes
2015 About Tonight Herself 2 episodes
2015 The Checkout Herself 1 episode
2015 Game Night Player Number 3 1 episode
2015 How Not to Behave Herself 15 episodes
2015 We Live to Science Another Day Susie 1 episode
2016-2017 Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia Herself 5 episodes
2016-2017 Comedy Up Late Herself 11 episodes
2016 Here Come the Habibs Marie 1 episode
2016 Miles Holbeck: The Member Sophie 1 episode
2016 No Activity Anousha 3 episodes
2016-2017 Rosehaven Gez 3 episodes
2017 Have You Been Paying Attention? Herself
2017 Get Krack!n Egg Woman 1 episode
2017 All Star Family Feud Herself 1 episode
2017 Screen Time Herself 1 episode
2018 Squinters Simoni Actor
2018 Hughesy, We Have a Problem Herself

Stage[edit]

Theatre
Year Title Role Notes
2014 The Boat People Sarah Won the Best On Stage award at the FBi SMAC Awards in 2014[10]

Hosting[edit]

In 2017, Youssef hosted season two of the comedy TV series Stand and Deliver on digital TV channel ABC ME, which featured some of the best comedic acts from Australia and overseas.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Youssef grew up with five sisters and she often uses her family for comedy inspiration.[12][13][14] Youssef is a descendant of Lebanese immigrants.[15] Youssef lives in Sydney.

ALIA DOMINO

Alia Domino was born on June 10, 1988 in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. She is an actress and producer, known for iZombie (2015), Loudermilk (2017) and Girlfriend Experience (2008). See full bio »
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Actress (6 credits)
 2017 Loudermilk (TV Series)
Kristy

Invitation Only (2017) … Kristy
 2017 iZombie (TV Series)
New Zombie #3

Looking for Mr. Goodbrain, Part 2 (2017) … New Zombie #3
 2016/I Schism (Short)
Doctor
 2012 Geo’s Pizza (TV Series)
Debbie

The Cab (2012) … Debbie
 2012 Organized Criminal (Short)
Bobby’s Mom

RUTH REYNOLDS

The outgoing & adventurous one of eleven siblings, grew up in Austin, Texas. Ruth aspired to perform, sing, travel, play soccer, and differentiate herself from the pack. After traveling to the United Kingdom to play in an international soccer exhibition, Ruth entered Texas State University where her passion for performing was rekindled.
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Actress (23 credits)
  Witchula (announced)
Kelly Winters
 2017/V After (Short) (completed)
Kelly
 2017 Cyril (Short)
Alexis
 2017 Walk of Shame (Short)
Sarah
 2017/III Intruders (Short)
Becky
 2017 VooDoo
Stacy Cole
 2016 Dessert (Short)
Abby
 2016 Ellis (Short)
Ann
 2016 Don’t Ever Tell (Short)
 2015/I Reunion
Young Mia
 2015 Conan (TV Series)
Chewbacca’s Girlfriend / Ruth

The Cast of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) … Chewbacca’s Girlfriend (uncredited)
Thomas Middleditch/Rob Riggle/Spoon (2015) … Ruth (uncredited)
 2015 Hell’s Half Acre (Short)
Mama Ruth
 2015 Not Without You (Short)
Becka
 2014 Tango Changes Everything (Short)
Tango Dancer
 2014 Girltrash: All Night Long
Sorority Girl (uncredited)
 2013 Kook (Short)
Axela
 2013 The Violin (Short)
Denise Owens
 2012 Stalked at 17 (TV Movie)
Girl at Party
 2012 The Guest House
Rachel
 2009 Hallo Hollywood (TV Series)
Actor #4
 2008 Littlefield (Video)
McGee

SAMANTHA STEWART

Samantha Gayle Stewart was born in Myrtle Beach, SC, but moved to the Nashville, TN area as a baby, where she was raised. While her family was decidedly more athletic, Samantha always gravitated towards the Arts, fighting for solos in her church choir, and dragging her Mom to community theatre auditions, where it became clear she was made for the
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Actress (39 credits)
  Kill Me Once (announced)
Libby Madsen
 2016 30 Year Deal (Short) (completed)
Lindsey
 2016 Gina’s Journey: The Search for William Grimes (Documentary) (completed)
Master’s Wife
 2016 The Fort (Short) (completed)
Molly
 2015 Desperately Droning (TV Short) (completed)
Jen
 2017 Scramble
Hotel Masseuse
 2017 Deadly Sins (TV Series documentary)
Kelly Gissendanner

Vicious Vices (2017) … Kelly Gissendanner
 2017 Navy SEALS v Demons
Agent Olivia Markovich
 2017 Consequences (TV Series)
Kathy Miller

Show Me the Money: Part 2 … Kathy Miller
Show Me the Money … Kathy Miller
Oliver twist … Kathy Miller
Halfway Crooks … Kathy Miller
Help Me Help You … Kathy Miller
 2013-2017 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Nurse Smith

Episode #1.13052 (2017) … Nurse Smith
Episode #1.12825 (2016) … Nurse Smith
Episode #1.12677 (2015) … Nurse Smith
Episode #1.12618 (2015) … Nurse Smith
Episode #1.12599 (2015) … Nurse Smith
 2017 VooDoo
Dani Lamb
 2017/V Change (Short)
Nurse
 2016 @Flwers4Algernon (TV Series)
Alice Kinnian / Alice Kinnina

I Spend Most of My Days… (2016) … Alice Kinnina
We Went to a Concert This Evening… (2016) … Alice Kinnian
When I Came Home This Afternoon… (2016) … Alice Kinnian
 2015 My Crazy Ex (TV Series)
Dori

Lottery Fever (2015) … Dori
 2015 What You Don’t Know (Short)
Skylar
 2015 White Gold (Short)
Becky
 2015 Buddy Hutchins
Nurse Stephanie
 2015 True Nightmares (TV Series)
Linda Janiszewski

No Way to Die (2015) … Linda Janiszewski
 2015 Heroine Legends (TV Series)
Axiom

Omega’s War (2015) … Axiom
 2015 Heroine Kombat (TV Series)
Axiom

Silver vs Axiom 1 (2015) … Axiom
 2014 The Aspect Ratio
Sarah
 2014 The One I Wrote for You
Female PA
 2014 Comedy Corner (TV Series)
Vivian

Not Yet 18 (2014) … Vivian
 2014 Bachelor Night
Casey
 2014 Courting Chaos
Casting Director
 2014 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Summer’s Nurse

Episode #1.10331 (2014) … Summer’s Nurse
 2013 Help Desk (TV Movie)
Winter Colantoni
 2013 All About Lizzie (TV Series)
Connie

The Intervention (2013) … Connie
The Truth Shall Set You Free (2013) … Connie
Blow Me (2013) … Connie
Bromance (2013) … Connie
 2013/II Penny (Short)
Claudia
 2013 General Hospital (TV Series)
Mandy

Episode #1.12916 (2013) … Mandy
 2013 Derek and Cameron (TV Series)
Andrea

I’m a Guy (2013) … Andrea
 2013 The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series)
Server

Episode #1.6559 (2013) … Server (uncredited)
 2012 12/12/12
Officer Vokel
 2012 Bikini Spring Break (Video)
Whitney
 2011 Elderly Exit (Short)
Vikki
 2011 I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant (TV Series)
Heather

A Holistic Discovery (2011) … Heather
 2009 House (TV Series)
Cuddy’s Nanny

Big Baby (2009) … Cuddy’s Nanny (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)

BROOKE BUTLER

Brooke Butler was born in Woodinville, Washington to parents Greg and Sunny Butler. She has one older brother, Bret Butler. She began dancing and singing at age five after falling in love with Phantom of the Opera. Brooke attended the University of Southern California where she was a USC Cheerleader and received a Bachelor’s degree in Dramatic …
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Actress (25 credits)
 2018 Crash Blossom (post-production)
Weatherly
 2018 Night School (post-production)
ADHD Spokesperson
 2016 The Monroes (TV Movie) (completed)
Jade Black
 2018 Ozark (TV Series)
Young Darlene Snell

Episode #2.9 (2018) … Young Darlene Snell
 2018 The Inspectors (TV Series)
Emma

Making Chemistry (2018) … Emma
 2018 The Resident (TV Series)
Julie Guilford

And the Nurses Get Screwed (2018) … Julie Guilford
 2017 Country Thunder (Video short)
Bailey
 2017 Wedding Wonderland
Quinn Cotton
 2017 Bobbi Kristina (TV Movie)
Shanna
 2017 Being Mary Jane (TV Series)
Connie

Feeling Tested (2017) … Connie
 2017 Nano (Short)
Zolee
 2017 Star (TV Series)
Lisa

Saving Face (2017) … Lisa
 2016/VI A Love Story (Short)
The Wife
 2016/I The Remains
Izzy
 2015 Cyber Case
Isabel Fletcher
 2015 The Sand
Kaylee
 2015 Youthful Daze (TV Series)
Flirty Girl

Unbreakable (2015) … Flirty Girl
 2015 While You Were in a Coma (Short)
Heather LaFrance
 2014 Grand Theft Auto: Give Me Liberty (TV Movie)
Dixie
 2014 Faded (Short)
Chloe
 2013 All Cheerleaders Die
Tracy Bingham
 2012/I Retribution (Short)
Teenage Karen
 2012 Retribution (TV Movie)
Teenage Karen
 2011 J.A.W. (Short)
Hot Volleyball Girl
 2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Alison

Tell-Tale Hearts (2011) … Alison

Gretchen Mol

Gretchen Mol

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Mol in June 2009
Born (1972-11-08) November 8, 1972 (age 45)
Deep River, Connecticut, U.S.
Occupation Actress, former model
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Kip Williams (m. 2004)
Children 2

Gretchen Mol (born November 8, 1972) is an American actress and former model. She is known for her roles in the films Rounders, Celebrity, 3:10 to Yuma, The Thirteenth Floor, and The Notorious Bettie Page, in which she played the title character. She also appeared as Gillian Darmody in HBO‘s Boardwalk Empire.

Early life[edit]

Mol was born in Deep River, Connecticut, where her mother, Janet (née Morgan), is an artist and teacher, and her father was a school teacher at RHAM.[1][2] She went to high school with Broadway actor Peter Lockyer, with whom she performed in school musicals and plays. Her brother, Jim Mol, is a director and editor in the film industry. Mol attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy and graduated from the William Esper Studio. After summer stock in Vermont, she took a job for a while as an usher at Angelika Film Center. She was living in a Hell’s Kitchen walk-up when she was noticed by a talent agent who spotted her working as a hat check girl at Michael’s Restaurant in New York.[3]

Stage[edit]

Mol’s acting career began in summer stock theatre in Vermont where she played a variety of roles including Godspell and 110 in the Shade.[3] She played Jenny in Neil LaBute‘s The Shape of Things on stage in both London and New York in 2001,[4] in a role she reprised in the film version, released in 2003. The New York Times critic Ben Brantley, in his review of the play (which he disliked),[5] wrote, “[Mol] gives by far the most persuasive performance as the unworldly Jenny, and you wind up feeling for her disproportionately, only because she seems to be entirely there, in the present tense”. In 2004, Mol spent a year singing and dancing as Roxie in the Broadway production of Chicago. In 2014–2015, Mol played the role of Emily in the Broadway debut of the Pulitzer Prize–winning Ayad Akhtar play Disgraced.[6]

Film[edit]

In 1994, Mol was spotted by photographer David William Powell.[7] He photographed her in New York’s Central Park and replaced her unrepresentative portfolio with professional-looking black-and-white images which landed her on the cover of W within weeks, and foreshadowed her “It Girl” and “Bettie Page” looks. Shortly afterwards, she ended her brief modeling career and entered acting full-time.

While major roles have been sporadic, Mol has been in more than 30 feature films. She made her film debut in Spike Lee‘s 1996 film, Girl 6. She said, “I was auditioning for Guiding Light and I was happy I got a Spike Lee movie, which was a tiny part, but all of a sudden I had Spike Lee on my resume. I didn’t audition for day player anymore”.[3]

After Girl 6, New York filmmaker Abel Ferrara took notice and cast her in two movies, The Funeral (1996) and New Rose Hotel (1998). She had a small role in Donnie Brasco (1997), but by now, she was being typecast as “the girlfriend”, which she attempted to change by taking a role opposite Jude Law in Music from Another Room (1998), a romantic comedy. The film went virtually unnoticed by critics and audiences.[8]

In 1998, she appeared in several notable films including Rounders, starring Matt Damon and Woody Allen‘s Celebrity opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. In 1998, she also came to prominence when she was featured on the cover of Vanity Fair, dubbed the “It Girl of the Nineties” by the magazine.

For her second film with Woody Allen, 1999’s Sweet and Lowdown, she played a minor role which the Greenwich Village Gazette called “notable”.[9] She played the female lead role in the 1999 film The Thirteenth Floor. She played the victim of a con artist in the 2003 film, Heavy Put-Away, based on the Terry Southern story. In 2006, she shared the lead in a romantic comedy, Puccini for Beginners, in which her character has a lesbian affair.

Mol worked with Mary Harron for two years as the director struggled to finance The Notorious Bettie Page: “I kind of felt like I lived with it for a while; certainly not as long as Mary Harron did but I got a good chance to really feel like I knew something about Bettie so by the time the role was mine and I was on set, I was pretty confident. I felt like I really worked for it.”[10]

The next year, 2007, was one of her busiest, with four films in production or in release, including a remake of 3:10 to Yuma starring Russell Crowe, and An American Affair, in which her character, Catherine Caswell, has an affair with John F. Kennedy. When released in February 2009, the film was harshly criticized by New York Times critic Stephen Holden, though he said that Mol’s part was “quite well acted”.[11]

In April 2008, she began filming Tenure in Philadelphia, working opposite Luke Wilson and Andrew Daly. Though it had received some good reviews after being screened at several film festivals, it was released direct-to-video in February 2010.[12]

Television[edit]

Mol seated onstage

Mol discussing Boardwalk Empire in 2015

Mol’s first television work was in a Coca-Cola commercial. Mol had a small role of Maggie Tilton in the 1996 miniseries Dead Man’s Walk, based on the Larry McMurtry novel. She also was in a few episodes of Spin City.[8] She was the star of the short-lived David E. Kelley series Girls Club (2002), a drama about three women lawyers. The series was not well received and it was cancelled after two episodes.

She appeared in two TV remakes of classic films: Picnic (2000), in the role of Madge Owens, and The Magnificent Ambersons as Lucy Morgan (2002). She made a Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie in January 2007, starring in The Valley of Light, a story set in post-World War II based on a novel by Terry Kay.[13] It was her second Hallmark production. She had a minor role in Calm at Sunset in 1996.[14]

She played Norah in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter which aired in the U.S. on The Lifetime Channel in the U.S. in April 2008.[15]

She played Annie in the ABC series Life on Mars, the U.S. remake of the British show of the same name. It started airing in the U.S. on October 9, 2008 and ran 17 episodes, concluding on April 1, 2009.

She had a recurring role on HBO‘s Boardwalk Empire as Gillian Darmody, a showgirl at the Beaux Arts and mother to gangster Jimmy Darmody (played by Michael Pitt).[16] She plays Sam Henessy, Attorney at Law, on the Netflix series Seven Seconds, February 2018.

Personal life[edit]

Interviewed by the Associated Press in Baltimore in December 2006, Mol commented about how she maintained her confidence as an actress: “It is an ongoing struggle. Confidence is something that sometimes you have and sometimes you don’t. And the older you get, hopefully, the more you have some tools to at least fake it”.[17]

She married film director Kip Williams on June 1, 2004. Their first child, Ptolemy John Williams, was born September 10, 2007. On February 17, 2011, Mol gave birth to their second child, daughter Winter Morgan Williams.[18] While raising Ptolemy, Mol has only taken jobs close to her home in New York City. “I told my agent I didn’t want to work in L.A., even if it was the greatest job in the world. I didn’t want to compromise.”[19]

Mol serves as the national spokesperson in the United States for the PMD Foundation, which funds research and awareness of Pelizaeus–Merzbacher disease, a neurological disorder which affects children worldwide. Mol became involved with PMD after one of her cousins died from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (familiarly known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease”).[20]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Girl 6 Girl No. 12
1996 Funeral, TheThe Funeral Helen
1997 Donnie Brasco Sonny’s Girlfriend
1997 Last Time I Committed Suicide, TheThe Last Time I Committed Suicide Mary Greenway
1997 Deli, TheThe Deli Mary
1998 Too Tired to Die Capri
1998 Music from Another Room Anna Swann
1998 Rounders Jo
1998 New Rose Hotel Hiroshi’s Wife
1998 Celebrity Vicky
1998 Finding Graceland Beatrice Gruman
1998 Bleach Gwen Short film
1999 Thirteenth Floor, TheThe Thirteenth Floor Jane Fuller / Natasha Molinaro
1999 Cradle Will Rock Marion Davies
1999 Sweet and Lowdown Ellie
1999 Forever Mine Ella Brice
2000 Zoe Loses It Amber Short film
2000 Attraction Liz
2000 Get Carter Audrey Uncredited
2003 The Shape of Things Jenny
2004 Heavy Put-Away Mary Short film
2005 Notorious Bettie Page, TheThe Notorious Bettie Page Bettie Page
2006 Puccini for Beginners Grace
2007 Ten, TheThe Ten Gloria Jennings
2007 Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot Lynn
2007 3:10 to Yuma Alice Evans
2008 American Affair, AnAn American Affair Catherine Caswell
2008 Tenure Elaine Grasso
2014 Laggies Bethany
2015 True Story Karen Hannen
2015 Anesthesia Sarah
2016 Manchester by the Sea Elise Chandler
2016 A Family Man Elise Jensen

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Dead Man’s Walk Maggie TV miniseries
1996 Spin City Gwen “Pride and Prejudice”
1996 Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn Emily TV film
2000 Picnic Madge Owens TV film
2002 The Magnificent Ambersons Lucy Morgan TV film
2002 Girls Club Lynne Camden Main role
2002 Freshening Up Janelle TV short
2007 Valley of Light, TheThe Valley of Light Eleanor TV film
2008 Memory Keeper’s Daughter, TheThe Memory Keeper’s Daughter Norah Henry TV film
2008–2009 Life on Mars Annie Norris Main role
2010–2014 Boardwalk Empire Gillian Darmody Regular role
2015 Mozart in the Jungle Nina Recurring role
2016 Chance Jaclyn Blackstone Main role
2018 Nightflyers Dr. Agatha Matheson Main role
2018 Seven Seconds Sam Hennessy Recurring Role

Nakkiah Lui

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Nakkiah Lui

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Nakkiah Lui

Born 1991 (age 26–27)
Sydney, New South Wales
Nationality Australian
Occupation Writer, Actor
Notable work Black Comedy, Kill The Messenger, Black Is The New White

Nakkiah Lui is an Australian writer and actor and is a young leader in the Australian Aboriginal community.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Lui is co-writer and star of Black Comedy,[3][4] a sketch comedy television program on the ABC.

From 2012 to 2014 she was playwright-in-residence for Sydney’s Belvoir Theatre and in 2013 she was the artist-in-residence for the Griffin Theatre. Her work includes: This Heaven (2013), I Should Have Told You Before We Made Love (That I’m Black) (2012), Blackie Blackie Brown: The Traditional Owners of Death (2013), Kill the Messenger (2015)[5] and Power Plays (2016).[6]

Lui is a columnist for Australian Women’s Weekly and has also hosted Radio National’s Awaye and NAIDOC Evenings for ABC Local Radio. She has appeared on Q&A,[7] The Drum and Screen Time on ABC.

In 2017, Lui was on the program to appear in four events at the 2017 Brisbane Writers Festival in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.[8][9] The same year, Lui wrote and starred in Kiki and Kitty (2017) a comedy series on ABC iview and ABC Comedy.

Teaming up with Indigenous Australian actress Miranda Tapsell, Lui and Tapsell host the Buzzfeed podcast Pretty for an Aboriginal (2017).[10]

Lui’s play Black is the new White, was staged in 2017 at the Sydney Theatre Company.[11] The play was extended to a second season in 2018.[12] Blackie Blackie Brown: The Traditional Owners of Death is Lui’s second play in the 2018 season at the Sydney Theatre Company and in co-production with Malthouse Theatre. The play contains illustrations by Barkindjii, Birri-Gubba artist Emily Johnson, visual animation by Oh Yeah Wow and directed by Declan Greene.[13] This production was awarded a $40,000 grant from the Australia Council production grant in 2014.[14]

Awards[edit]

In 2012, Lui was the first recipient of the Dreaming Award by The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Arts Board of the Australia Council and was the inaugural recipient of the Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright award.[15]

In 2014, Lui was the awarded the Malcolm Robertson Prize and a Green Room Award for Best Independent Production.[15]

Lui received the Nick Enright Prize for playwriting in the 2018 New South Wales Premier’s Literary Awards for Black is the New White.[16]

Personal life[edit]

Lui is a Gamilaroi/Torres Strait Islander woman and lives in Sydney.

Actress (4 credits)
 2018 Resting Pitch Face (TV Series)
Mahala

Episode #1.3 (2018) … Mahala
Episode #1.2 (2018) … Mahala
Gender Parody … Mahala
 2017 Kiki and Kitty (TV Series)
Kiki

Live Fast, Die Young (2017) … Kiki
Big Trouble in Little ‘Gina (2017) … Kiki
A Blessing in Disguise (2017) … Kiki
Ice, Ice Baby (2017) … Kiki
 2017 The Letdown (TV Series)
Doctor

Super Mum (2017) … Doctor
 2014-2016 Black Comedy (TV Series)
Various Characters

Episode #2.6 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.5 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.4 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.3 (2016) … Various Characters
Episode #2.2 (2016) … Various Characters
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (4 credits)
 2017 Get Krack!n (TV Series) (additional writing – 1 episode)

Episode #1.6 (2017) … (additional writing)
 2017 Brown Lips (Short)
 2014-2016 Black Comedy (TV Series) (writer – 12 episodes)

Episode #2.6 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.5 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.4 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.3 (2016) … (writer)
Episode #2.2 (2016) … (writer)