Ann Bell

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Ann Bell

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Ann Bell
Born Ann Forrest Bell
(1938-04-29) 29 April 1938 (age 80)
Wallasey, Cheshire, England
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Robert Lang (23 December 1971 – 6 November 2004) (his death) (2 children)

Ann Forrest Bell (born 29 April 1938)[1] is a British actress, best known for playing war internee Marion Jefferson in the BBC Second World War drama series Tenko (1981–84).

She was born in Wallasey, Cheshire, the daughter of John Forrest Bell and Marjorie (née Byrom) Bell, and educated at Birkenhead High School. She was married to character actor Robert Lang from 1971 until his death in 2004. She has two children. Bell appeared on screen with Lang in Tenko Reunion, in which he played Teddy Forster-Brown. They also appeared together in an episode of Heartbeat (“Bread and Circuses”, 2002).

She played the title role in a BBC adaptation of Jane Eyre (1963) in addition to many guest roles on television, including Edgar Wallace Mysteries, Gideon’s Way, The Avengers, The Sentimental Agent, The Saint, Armchair Theatre, For Whom the Bell Tolls (1965), Danger Man, The Baron, Mystery and Imagination, The Troubleshooters, Callan, Journey to the Unknown, Sherlock Holmes (the 1968 episode “The Sign of Four” with Peter Cushing), Department S, The Lost Boys, Enemy at the Door, Shoestring, Tumbledown, Blackeyes, Inspector Morse, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Midsomer Murders, Casualty, Holby City, The Forsyte Saga (2002 miniseries), The Bill and Waking the Dead. In 1968 she appeared in the Dennis Potter play Shaggy Dog, part of The Company of Five, a London Weekend Television anthology series of six plays featuring the same five actors.

In 2010, Bell featured in the Doctor Who audio drama A Thousand Tiny Wings as well as the 2012 audio play Night of the Stormcrow which also featured her Tenko castmate Louise Jameson.

Filmography[edit]

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Emily Bolton

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Emily Bolton

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Emily Bolton
Born 1951 (age 66–67)
Aruba
Nationality Dutch
Other names June Bolton
Occupation Actress
Years active 1973–1992
Known for Moonraker
Valentino
Tenko

Emily Bolton (born 1951) is an Aruban actress raised in England and the Netherlands.[1]

Career[edit]

Bolton appeared in the James Bond film Moonraker in which she played 007’s Brazilian contact Manuela. Originally she had wanted to become a concert pianist, but at the age of eighteen she chose to go to drama school.[1]

She is also known for her TV appearances as a recurring cast member in:

Her other TV credits include Survivors, Gangsters and Crossroads, and her other films include Percy’s Progress (1974), Valentino (1977) and Empire State (1987).

She was credited as June Bolton in some of her early roles. In the book Tenko Reunion it is stated that she is no longer[when?] acting and has become an agent.

Filmography[edit]

Claire Oberman

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Claire Oberman

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Claire Oberman
Born 1956
Netherlands
Years active 1977-2015

Claire Oberman (born 1956) is a Dutch-born British and New Zealand-raised actress, known for her role as Australian nurse Kate Norris in the television drama Tenko.

Her other TV appearances include Fortunes of War, Paradise Postponed, Gentlemen and Players, Trainer, Hi De Hi, To Be The Best, Bugs and Eleventh Hour (2006).

She also appeared in the films Goodbye Pork Pie (1981), Patriot Games (1992) and Dil Jo Bhi Kahey… (2005), moreover in the German TV play Das schöne Ende dieser Welt (1983).

Actress (29 credits)
 2015 The Sound of Music Live (TV Movie)
Frau Zeller
 2014 The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies (TV Mini-Series)
Tabak’s Mother

Part Two (2014) … Tabak’s Mother
 2011 Casualty (TV Series)
Christina Goodacre

Before the Fall (2011) … Christina Goodacre
 2009 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Jane Menzies

The Great and the Good (2009) … Jane Menzies
 2006 Eleventh Hour (TV Mini-Series)
Eunice

Containment (2006) … Eunice
 2005 Dil Jo Bhi Kahey…
Claire Besson
 2005 M.I.T.: Murder Investigation Team (TV Series)
Margaret

Episode #2.2 (2005) … Margaret
 2003 Doctors (TV Series)
Alice Bowers

The Wrong Body (2003) … Alice Bowers
 2001 Othello (TV Movie)
Prosecuting Counsel
 1999 The Colour of Funny
Petula Aldwin
 1998 The New Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Series)
Endora

Sword of the Samurai (1998) … Endora
 1996 Bugs (TV Series)
Vanguard

Gold Rush (1996) … Vanguard
 1992 Trainer (TV Series)
Alex Farrell

Episode #2.10 (1992) … Alex Farrell
Episode #2.9 (1992) … Alex Farrell
Episode #2.8 (1992) … Alex Farrell
Episode #2.7 (1992) … Alex Farrell
Episode #2.6 (1992) … Alex Farrell
 1992 To Be the Best (TV Movie)
Sarah Pascal
 1992 Patriot Games
Lady Holmes
 1988-1989 Gentlemen and Players (TV Series)
Sandy Savage

Another Square Mile (1989) … Sandy Savage
Black Gold (1989) … Sandy Savage
Loyalties (1989) … Sandy Savage
Hard Hat Zone (1989) … Sandy Savage
Three Can Play (1989) … Sandy Savage
 1987 Fortunes of War (TV Mini-Series)
Mortimer

The Middle East: January 1943 (1987) … Mortimer
Egypt: September 1942 (1987) … Mortimer
 1987 Matlock (TV Series)
Fiona Maxwell

The Billionaire (1987) … Fiona Maxwell
 1986 Unnatural Causes (TV Series)
Jane Partridge

Ladies’ Night (1986) … Jane Partridge
 1986 Paradise Postponed (TV Mini-Series)
Lonnie Simcox / Lonnie Hope

The Simcox Inheritance (1986) … Lonnie Simcox
Faith Unfaithful (1986) … Lonnie Simcox
The Gods of the Copy Book Headings (1986) … Lonnie Simcox
Enigma Variations (1986) … Lonnie Hope
The Lost Leader (1986) … Lonnie Hope
 1986 The Two Ronnies (TV Series)

Episode #12.3 (1986)
 1985 Tenko Reunion (TV Movie)
Kate Norris
 1985 Bottle Boys (TV Series)
Air hostess

I Love Paris (1985) … Air hostess
 1981-1984 Tenko (TV Series)
Kate Norris

Episode #3.10 (1984) … Kate Norris
Episode #3.9 (1984) … Kate Norris
Episode #3.8 (1984) … Kate Norris
Episode #3.7 (1984) … Kate Norris
Episode #3.6 (1984) … Kate Norris
 1984 Das schöne Ende dieser Welt (TV Movie)
Elaine Murray
 1983 Hi-de-Hi! (TV Series)
Daphne Fairbrother

The Marriage Settlement (1983) … Daphne Fairbrother
 1980 Mortimer’s Patch (TV Series)
Karen

A Handful of Gravel (1980) … Karen
 1980 Goodbye Pork Pie
Shirl
 1977 Hunter’s Gold (TV Series)
Rose

Episode #1.5 (1977) … Rose
Episode #1.1 (1977) … Rose

Georgina Chapman

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Georgina Chapman

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Georgina Chapman
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Chapman in September 2008
Born Georgina Rose Chapman[1]
(1976-04-14) 14 April 1976 (age 42)
London, England
Nationality British
Alma mater Marlborough College and Wimbledon School of Art and Chelsea College of Art and Design
Occupation Designer, actress
Years active 2001–present
Label(s) Marchesa
Children 2

Georgina Rose Chapman (born 14 April 1976) is an English fashion designer and actress. Together with Keren Craig, she is a co-founder of the fashion label Marchesa.

Life and career[edit]

Chapman was born in London, England, the daughter of Caroline Wonfor, a journalist, and Brian Chapman, a co-owner of the coffee company Percol.[2][3] Chapman grew up in Richmond, southwest London. Chapman attended Marlborough College in Wiltshire.[4]

In her 20s, Chapman modelled in an advertisement for Head & Shoulders, a dandruff shampoo, and one for throat lozenges Soothers.[5]

Chapman met future business partner Keren Craig while they were students at Chelsea College of Art and Design.[6] Chapman graduated from Wimbledon School of Art in 2001 and began her career as a costume designer.[7] After graduation, Chapman appeared in various television shows and films.

In 2004, she and Craig launched Marchesa, named after socialite Marchesa Luisa Casati.[6] Investors include Giuseppe Cipriani and Steve Witkoff.[8] In 2006, the label was named one of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s top 10 finalists.[9]

According to the 2015 Sunday Times Rich List, Chapman has a net worth of £15 million.[10]

Since 2012, Chapman has been a judge on Project Runway: All Stars.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Chapman was born with femoral anteversion, which caused her toes to point inward while walking. At the age of 8, she was diagnosed with dyslexia.[12] She is good friends with actor David Oyelowo, who she has known since she was 18.[12]

Chapman started dating film producer Harvey Weinstein in December 2004 after he left his first wife. They married on 15 December 2007 in Connecticut, U.S. The couple split their time between a West Village townhouse, a seafront home in Westport, Connecticut, and a mansion in Los Angeles. Chapman gave birth to the couple’s first child, daughter India Pearl, on 30 August 2010.[13][14] On 11 April 2013, they had a son, Dashiell Max Robert.[15] On 10 October 2017, Chapman announced she was divorcing Weinstein after more than 90 women made accusations of rape, assault, or sexual harassment against him.[16][17][18][12]

Filmography[edit]

AUDREY BONNET

Audrey Bonnet is an actress, known for Personal Shopper (2016), Ad Astra (2009) and Dans la solitude des champs de coton (2017).
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Actress (16 credits)
 2018 One Nation, One King (post-production)
Femme Landelle
 2017 Jeune Femme
Le médecin
 2016 Personal Shopper
Cassandre
 2016/I The End
La jeune femme
 2015 Les Anarchistes
Madeleine Lessage
 2012 Augustine
Aimée
 2010 Nicolas Le Floch (TV Series)
Isabeau

Le grand veneur (2010) … Isabeau
 2010 La ligne blanche
Sandra
 2009 La seconde surprise de l’amour (TV Movie)
Lisette
 2009 Ad Astra
Audrey
 2008 On War
 2006 Fables de La Fontaine (TV Movie)
La Bergère / Le Chat / La Couleuvre / …
 2005 Avant l’oubli
Pauline
 2004 La dernière visite (Short)
Anna
 2002 Seaside
Lilas
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 2006 Les deux vies du serpent (special thanks)

Nora Waldstätten

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Nora Waldstätten

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Nora Waldstätten
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Waldstätten at the Berlinale 2017
Born Nora Marie-Theres Beatrice Elisabeth Freiin von Waldstätten
(1981-12-01) December 1, 1981 (age 36)
Vienna, Austria
Residence Berlin, Germany
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present
Website www.norawaldstaetten.com

Nora von Waldstätten (born Nora Marie-Theres Beatrice Elisabeth Freiin von Waldstätten) (born 1981) is an Austrian actress.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Nora von Waldstätten was born in Vienna. She is a member of the former Austrian noble family Barons of Waldstätten.[3] She is the great-granddaughter of the former general, Theresien Knight and military writer Egon Freiherr von Waldstätten. Since the provisions of the Austrian law on the elimination of nobility forbid this from being a noble title, Nora von Waldstätten used this name until the end of 2016 as a stage name. She graduated from Berlin University of the Arts in 2007. At during this time she was engaged in productions for cinema and television.[4]

Career[edit]

Waldstätten at the Berlinale 2017

In 2005, she became known to a broad public through her participation in the police procedural television series Tatort. For her performance in the series, In 2009 she received the New Faces Award by Bunte. In addition, she was honored in 2010 at the film festival Max Ophüls Award for the film Gravity as best young actress. Internationally she appeared as the role of Magdalena Kopp in Olivier Assayas biopic Carlos, which was celebrated in at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival and was awarded a Golden Globe in 2011. In 2011 she appeared in a short film as a testimonial for the Austrian beverage bottler Vöslauer. In 2012, she starred in the international TV adaptation of Ken Follett‘s novel World Without End. In 2016, she starred in Olivier Assayas Personal Shopper with Kristen Stewart and Lars Eidinger which won Best Director award for Assayas in Cannes Film Festival.[5]

Nora Waldstätten lives in Berlin. Since 2007, she played there at the Deutsches Theater in several productions. In 2010 she also appeared in two plays at the Schauspiel Köln.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2009 New Faces Award Best Young Actress Tatort Won
2010 Max Ophüls Film Festival Prize Best Young Actress Gravity Won
2015 International Actors Award Best Actress Life Eternal Won
Actress (43 credits)
 2018 Die Toten vom Bodensee: Meerjungfrau (TV Movie) (filming)
Hannah Zeiler
 2018 Die Toten vom Bodensee: Stumpengang (TV Movie) (filming)
Hannah Zeiler
 2018 Acht Tage (TV Mini-Series) (post-production)
Marion

Ein Tag … Marion
Zwei Tage … Marion
Drei Tage … Marion
Vier Tage … Marion
Fünf Tage … Marion
 2005-2019 Tatort (TV Series)
Viktoria / Betty

Damian (2019)
Herz aus Eis (2009) … Viktoria
Der Frauenflüsterer (2005) … Betty
 2018 The Crimson Rivers (TV Series)
Laura
 2018 Murder by the Lake: The Fourth Woman (TV Movie)
Hannah Zeiler
 2018 Murder by the Lake: The Return (TV Movie)
Hannah Zeiler
 2017 The Dumpling Affair
Elisabeth Mayerhofer
 2017 Die Firma dankt (TV Movie)
Ella Goldman
 2017 Mata Hari: Tanz mit dem Tod (TV Movie)
Dr. Elisabeth Schragmüller
 2017 Murder by the Lake: The Girl Who Loved to Laugh (TV Movie)
Hannah Zeiler (as Nora Waldstätten)
 2017 Murder by the Lake: Till Death Do Them Part (TV Movie)
Hannah Zeiler
 2017 Wild Mouse
Redakteurin Fitz
 2011-2016 Nachtschicht (TV Series)
Emma Graf / Emily Brühl

Ladies First (2016) … Emma Graf
Ein Mord zu viel (2011) … Emily Brühl
 2016 Personal Shopper
Kyra
 2016 Murder by the Lake: The Sleepwalker (TV Movie)
Hannah Zeiler
 2015 Altes Geld (TV Mini-Series)
Jana

Schneeweisses Herz (2015) … Jana
Chloroform (2015) … Jana
Der Mensch im Tier (2015) … Jana
Der Biber (2015) … Jana
Unter Löwen (2015) … Jana
 2015 Life Eternal
Dr. Irrsiegler
 2015 Murder by the Lake: Family Issues (TV Movie)
Hanna Zeiler
 2014 Murder by the Lake: The Celtic Mystery (TV Movie)
Hannah Zeiler
 2014 Clouds of Sils Maria
Actress in Sci-fi Movie
 2014 Die Spiegel-Affäre (TV Movie)
Maria Carlsson
 2014 Blutsschwestern (TV Movie)
Ingrid
 2014 Fünf Freunde 3
Cassi
 2013 Oktober November
Sonja
 2013 Woyzeck (TV Movie)
Marie
 2013 Das Adlon. Eine Familiensaga (TV Mini-Series)
Tamara Lieberkoff

Teil 3 (2013) … Tamara Lieberkoff
Teil 2 (2013) … Tamara Lieberkoff
 2012 World Without End (TV Mini-Series)
Gwenda

Checkmate (2012) … Gwenda
Queen (2012) … Gwenda
Rook (2012) … Gwenda
A People Revolt (2012) … Gwenda
Plague and Passion (2012) … Gwenda
 2011 Bukow and König (TV Series)
Frau Andrees

Die verlorene Tochter (2011) … Frau Andrees
 2010 Carlos (TV Mini-Series)
Magdalena Kopp

Episode #1.3 (2010) … Magdalena Kopp
Episode #1.2 (2010) … Magdalena Kopp
 2010 A Case for Two (TV Series)
Rea Basha

Zwischen den Fronten (2010) … Rea Basha
 2009 Parkour
Hannah
 2009 Gravity
Nadine
 2009 The Countess
Kati von Kraj
 2008 Tangerine
Pia
 2008 Meine fremde Tochter (TV Movie)
Sophie Bergkamp
 2007 The Other Possibility
Kaz Hauser
 2006 Rukelie (Short)
Clara
 2005 I Am Guilty
Katja Fichtner
 2005 Jetzt erst recht! (TV Series)
Alexa Wessel

Zu schön, um wahr zu sein (2005) … Alexa Wessel
 2004 2nd and A (Short)
Mavi
 2004 Jargo
Mona

SIGRID BOUAZIZ

Sigrid Bouaziz is an actress, known for Personal Shopper (2016), Pour la France (2013) and Metamorphosis (2014).
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Actress (37 credits)
  Cortège (Short)
 2018 Pauline asservie (Short)
Violette
 2018 Pauline enslaved (Short)
 2018 Les vies de Lenny Wilson (Short)
Julia
 2018 Ben (TV Series)
Axelle Robin

Espoirs Brisés: Deuxième partie (2018) … Axelle Robin
Espoirs Brisés: Première partie (2018) … Axelle Robin
Les enfants perdus 2 (2018) … Axelle Robin
Les Enfants Perdus (2018) … Axelle Robin
Disparus: Deuxième partie (2018) … Axelle Robin
 2017 La nuit je mens (Short)
Pauline
 2017 A Violent Life
Amie de Paris
 2017 Aurore (TV Series)
Madeleine Jeune

L’enfance (2017) … Madeleine Jeune
 2016 Gazouillis (Short)
Clémence
 2016 Nazar Palmus
Ida
 2016 Red Man (Video short)
 2016/IV Mars (Short)
 2016 Personal Shopper
Lara
 2016 La ville bleue (Short)
Céleste
 2015 Le manège (Short)
Fanny
 2015 All Things Shining (Short)
Julie
 2015 Chronique de la jungle (Short)
Diane
 2015 Deux (TV Movie)
Nicole
 2014 This Former World (Short)
Elsa
 2014/II Eden
Anne-Claire (copine Guillaume)
 2014 Think of Me (Short)
Seetha the Prisoner
 2014/II Metamorphosis
La Prisonnière / Le Serpent
 2013 The Tunnel (TV Series)
Cécile Cabrillac

Episode #1.10 (2013) … Cécile Cabrillac
Episode #1.9 (2013) … Cécile Cabrillac
Episode #1.8 (2013) … Cécile Cabrillac
Episode #1.7 (2013) … Cécile Cabrillac
Episode #1.6 (2013) … Cécile Cabrillac
 2013 Nevers
Young Woman
 2013 Grosse fatigue (Short)
 2013 Pour la France (Short)
France
 2012 À l’ombre du palmier (Short)
La copine
 2012 Jeanne (Short)
 2012 La grève des ventres (Short)
 2012 The Hounds (Short)
 2010 Les pierres jetées (Short)
Colombe
 2008 Juventa (Short)

ALANA BODEN

Alana Boden is an actress, known for I Am Elizabeth Smart (2017), Mr Selfridge (2013) and Ride (2016).
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Actress (17 credits)
 2018 Feedback (post-production)
Julia
 2013/I Terminal (Short) (completed)
 2018 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Lady Sophie

Ahuwale Ka Nane Huna (2018) … Lady Sophie
 2017 I Am Elizabeth Smart (TV Movie)
Elizabeth Smart
 2016 Ride (TV Series)
Elaine Whilshire

Hippophobia and Ophidiophobia (2016) … Elaine Whilshire
Dresses and Dressage (2016) … Elaine Whilshire
Arrival (2016) … Elaine Whilshire
Dark Horse … Elaine Whilshire
Let It Ride … Elaine Whilshire
 2016 Wolfblood (TV Series)
Niamh / Holly

Where Wolf (2016) … Niamh / Holly
Sheep’s Clothing (2016) … Niamh
 2016 Brash Young Turks
Python Sales Agent 15
 2015/VII Daddy (Short)
Olivia
 2015 The Earth Belongs to No One (Short)
Sky
 2015 Humans (TV Series)
Caroline

Episode #1.4 (2015) … Caroline
 2015 Doctors (TV Series)
Lucy Whiteside

Plus One (2015) … Lucy Whiteside
 2014-2015 Mr Selfridge (TV Series)
Beatrice Selfridge

Episode #3.1 (2015) … Beatrice Selfridge
Episode #2.10 (2014) … Beatrice Selfridge
Episode #2.9 (2014) … Beatrice Selfridge
 2014 The Outside In (Short)
Norah
 2012 Witches (Short)
Juliet
 2011 The Jumper (Short)
Girl
 2011 Queensway (Short)
Millie

JAZMINE CAMPANALE

Jazmine Campanale is an actress and writer, known for Travelers (2016), Continuum (2012) and I Am Elizabeth Smart (2017).
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Actress (13 credits)
 2018 #ModelLife (TV Series)
Barb
 2018 Blue Steele (TV Mini-Series)
Chief Director Ortega

The Case of the Snitch (2018) … Chief Director Ortega
 2018 The Night Girl (Short)
Sandra
 2017 I Am Elizabeth Smart (TV Movie)
Young Woman Driver
 2015-2017 Desturbia (TV Series)
Karen Riley

Dead Man Walking (2017) … Karen Riley
To Kill or Be Killed (2017) … Karen Riley
It’s the New Beginning (2015) … Karen Riley
The Truth Can Be a Dangerous Thing! (2015) … Karen Riley
 2017 Travelers (TV Series)
Dr. Chen

Ave Machina (2017) … Dr. Chen
 2017 Push Start (Short)
Perdita
 2015 Continuum (TV Series)
Receptionist

Zero Hour (2015) … Receptionist
 2015 Spaced (Short)
Officer Amber
 2014 SINspiration (Short)
Emily
 2013 Forget Me (Short)
She
 2012 Something for the Cynical (Short)
Tess

ARIEL TEAL TOOMBS

Ariel Teal Toombs was born on June 7, 1985. She is an actress, known for Hell’s Belles (2012), CSI: NY (2004) and Psycho Sleepover (2008).

Born:

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Actress (10 credits)
 2012 Hell’s Belles (Short)
Adria Blackmoor
 2012 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Businesswoman

Sláinte (2012) … Businesswoman
 2011 Beneath the Top Hat (Short)
Marianne
 2010/I Lights Out
Linda
 2010/I The Portal
Nurse Lucy
 2010 Little *ucker
Molly
 2008 Psycho Sleepover
Sally
 2008 Beverly Hills Massacre (Video)
Casey Jones
 2006 Shut Up and Shoot!
Ariel (as Ariel Piper)
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2010 Rowdy Roddy Piper Fights Childhood Obesity (Video short) (special thanks)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (5 credits)
 2010 Big Kids Care (Short)
Herself
 2008 TMZ on TV (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #1.325 (2008) … Herself
Episode #1.321 (2008) … Herself
 2008 With the DJ (TV Series short)
Herself
 2006 Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story (Video documentary)
Herself