Karen Starc was born on August 25, 1979 in Livingston, New Jersey, USA. She is an actress, known for Gods and Generals (2003), Boston Public (2000) and House (2004). She has been married to Friko Starc since September 10, 2010. »
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Actress (14 credits)
 2007 Brotherhood (TV Series)

The Lonesome Death of… 4:7-8 (2007) … Sondra (as Karen Goberman)
 2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Brooke St. Claire

Country Crossover (2006) … Brooke St. Claire (as Karen Goberman)
 2005 Rescue Me (TV Series)
Franco’s Nurse / Nurse #1

Reunion (2005) … Franco’s Nurse (as Karen Goberman)
Sensitivity (2005) … Franco’s Nurse (as Karen Goberman)
Twat (2005) … Franco’s Nurse (as Karen Goberman)
Balls (2005) … Nurse #1 (as Karen Goberman)
Voicemail (2005) … Nurse #1 (as Karen Goberman)
 2005 House (TV Series)
Mrs. Ayers

Heavy (2005) … Mrs. Ayers (as Karen Goberman)
 2004 Debating Robert Lee
Jordan’s Debate Opponent (as Karen Goberman)
 2003 The West Wing (TV Series)

Constituency of One (2003) … Researcher (as Karen Goberman)
 2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Annika Bergeron

Tragedy (2003) … Annika Bergeron (as Karen Goberman)
 2003 Bought & Sold
Debbie (as Karen Goberman)
 2003 Gods and Generals
Lucy Beale (as Karen Goberman)
 1998-2003 Law & Order (TV Series)
Blair Silverman / Martha McSorley

Mother’s Day (2003) … Blair Silverman (as Karen Goberman)
Burden (1998) … Martha McSorley (as Karen Goberman)
 2002 Boston Public (TV Series)
Mare Bloom

Chapter Forty-Two (2002) … Mare Bloom (as Karen Goberman)
 2001 Boss of Bosses (TV Movie)
Young Nina Manno (as Karen Goberman)
 2001 Brooklyn Babylon
Sara (as Karen Goberman)
 1999 Strangers with Candy (TV Series)

Old Habits – New Beginnings (1999) … (as Karen Goberman)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2007 The Hamptons Bikini Bloodbath (Short)
Herself (as Karen Goberman)


Patricia Mauceri was born on April 7, 1950 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She is an actress, known for Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995), Don’t Say a Word (2001) and Don Juan DeMarco (1994).

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Actress (28 credits)
 2018 Real Love
 2017/I Longing (Short)
 2017 Courageous Love
Jenny Sanchez
 2009 Royal Pains (TV Series)
Benny’s Mom

Strategic Planning (2009) … Benny’s Mom (as Patricia Maucieri)
 1997-2009 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Carlotta Vega / Carlotta Espinoza Vega

Do the Right Thing? (2009) … Carlotta Vega
Lie Dectectors (2009) … Carlotta Vega
Tales from the Cript (2009) … Carlotta Vega
The Tao of David (2009) … Carlotta Vega
Make No Mistake, He’s Mine (2009) … Carlotta Vega
 2006 Freedomland
 2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury (TV Series)
Judge Francesca Caruso

The Abominable Showman (2005) … Judge Francesca Caruso
 2004 Rescue Me (TV Series)
Franco’s Mom

Revenge (2004) … Franco’s Mom
 1991-2001 Law & Order (TV Series)
Female Friend / Belinda Rojas / Virginia Watts / …

Soldier of Fortune (2001) … Female Friend
Vaya Con Dios (2000) … Belinda Rojas
We Like Mike (1997) … Virginia Watts
Out of Control (1991) … Mrs. Fermi
 2001 Don’t Say a Word
 2001 Boss of Bosses (TV Movie)
Nina Castellano
 2001 The Sopranos (TV Series)

Army of One (2001) … Marie
 2001 100 Centre Street (TV Series)

The Bug (2001)
 2001 Jump Tomorrow
 1999 Now and Again (TV Series)
Realtor #1

One for the Money (1999) … Realtor #1
 1997 I Think I Do
Ms. Rivera
 1995 Die Hard with a Vengeance
Miss Thomas
 1994 Don Juan DeMarco
Doña Querida
 1994 Lifestories: Families in Crisis (TV Series)

POWER: The Eddie Matos Story (1994) … Lourdes
 1994 Ghostwriter (TV Series)
Mrs. Michaels

What’s Up with Alex?: Part 1 (1994) … Mrs. Michaels
 1990 The Baby-Sitters Club (TV Series)
Mrs. Stewart

Dawn and the Dream Boy (1990) … Mrs. Stewart
 1986 Saving Grace
 1980 A Day with Conrad Green (TV Movie)
 1979 Natural Enemies
Girl in Brothel
 1976 Kojak (TV Series)

 1964 Another World (TV Series)
Angie Perrini Frame #3 (1977)
 1956 As the World Turns (TV Series)
Andrea Andropolous (1980)


Angela Alvarado was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico. She was raised in Villalba, Puerto Rico until her parents moved the family to the South Bronx. She attended Arts High School in Newark NJ majoring in Visual Arts. She majored in Economics with a minor in Film at Hunter College. She began her career as a model in New York city. She quickly moved on to…
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Actress (41 credits)
 2018 Run for Your Life (TV Movie)
Elena Macias
 2017 Magnum Opus
Interrogator Garcia
 2015 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Detective Nieto

Brown Shag Carpet (2015) … Detective Nieto (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2015 The Fosters (TV Series)
Tasha’s Social Worker

If You Only Knew (2015) … Tasha’s Social Worker (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2013 Bones (TV Series)
Dr. Leticia Perez

The Nazi on the Honeymoon (2013) … Dr. Leticia Perez (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2013 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Prisoner Gomez

Killer in High Heels (2013) … Prisoner Gomez (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2012 Grimm (TV Series)
The Woman

La Llorona (2012) … The Woman (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2011 The Young and the Restless (TV Series)
Judge Salazar

Episode #1.9698 (2011) … Judge Salazar (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
The Jury Reaches a Verdict (2011) … Judge Salazar (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
Phyllis Seeks Help from Malcolm (2011) … Judge Salazar (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
A Startling Witness Must Testify (2011) … Judge Salazar (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
Sharon Takes the Witness Stand (2011) … Judge Salazar (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2008 Lone Rider (TV Movie)
Serena (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2007 Freedom Writers
Eva’s Mother
 2006 Dexter (TV Series)
Nina Batista

Truth Be Told (2006) … Nina Batista (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
Love American Style (2006) … Nina Batista (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
Let’s Give the Boy a Hand (2006) … Nina Batista (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2005 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Rachel Borgia

On the Wings of a Dove (2005) … Rachel Borgia (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2005 The Wendell Baker Story
Irma (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2003 Kingpin (TV Mini-Series)
DEA Agent Delia Flores / Delia Flores

Gimme Shelter (2003) … DEA Agent Delia Flores (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
The Odd Couple (2003) … DEA Agent Delia Flores (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
French Connection (2003) … DEA Agent Delia Flores (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
Black Magic Woman (2003) … Delia Flores (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
El Velorio (2003) … Delia Flores (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2002 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Amalia Kent

Silent Partner (2002) … Amalia Kent
 2002 Point of Origin (TV Movie)
Mexican Woman (as Angela Alvardo)
 2002 Showtime
Gina Reyes (as Angela Rosa Alvarado)
 2002 Eye See You
Lopez (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2001 The Agency (TV Series) (segment “Viva Fidel”)

Viva Fidel (2001) … (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
The Agency (2001) … (segment “Viva Fidel”) (uncredited)
 2001 Boss of Bosses (TV Movie)
Gloria Olarte (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
 2000 Living the Life
 1999 Pacific Blue (TV Series)
Carmen Rios

Save Serenity (1999) … Carmen Rios
 1998 Butter
 1998 Profiler (TV Series)
Marissa Cuellar

Every Five Minutes (1998) … Marissa Cuellar
 1997 Desert’s Edge (TV Short)
 1997 Gun (TV Series)

Father John (1997) … Gloria
 1997 Hollywood Confidential (TV Movie)
 1995 Dead Badge
Celina Rojas
 1994 I’ll Do Anything
 1993 Jack Reed: Badge of Honor (TV Movie)
Marie Sanchez
 1993 Judgment Night
 1993 Shadowhunter (TV Movie)
Ray Whitesinger
 1991 Daughters of Privilege (TV Movie)
 1990 Night Visions (TV Movie)
 1988 Salsa
 1987 Private Eye (TV Series)
Angela Raza

Barrio Nights (1987) … Angela Raza
 1987 Heartbeat (Video)
 1987 Who’s the Boss? (TV Series)

Older Than Springtime (1987) … Ariel
 1986 Miami Vice (TV Series)
Jan Larken

Killshot (1986) … Jan Larken

Keshia Chanté

Keshia Chanté

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Keshia Chanté
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Keshia Chanté on set of her music video “Test Drive” in 2010
Background information
Birth name Keshia Chanté Harper
Born (1988-06-16) June 16, 1988 (age 30)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Origin Toronto, Ontario, Canada[1]
Years active 2004–present
Associated acts Drake, Preme, Belly
Website keshiachante.com

Keshia Chanté (born June 16, 1988) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, television personality, actress and philanthropist. She is a teen star, having released three albums exclusively for Canada and in 2012, she rose to international prominence hosting BET’s 106 & Park.

Chante’s music has garnered numerous awards and accolades. She is a Juno Award winner (Grammy Award equivalent), 7 time nominee and has won 5 Urban Music Awards & 2 Radio Music Awards. Chanté was given a star on the Brampton Walk of Fame for her achievements in Canadian Music & Film.[2]

Chanté has had many number one singles on radio in both Canada & Japan, as well as 8 singles hitting Top Ten on the radio music charts.[3] She has earned multiple SOCAN #1 Awards for her songwriting efforts. Her single “Table Dancer” went #1 on the Billboard Charts in Japan.[4]

Chante is the muse to former lover Drake.[5]

Early life[edit]

Keshia Chanté Harper was born in Ottawa, Ontario. Her mother is Portuguese and Puerto Rican and her father is Trinidadian. She was 6 years old when she first performed, receiving a standing ovation for her rendition of Dear Mama by Tupac Shakur.[6]


2003–2012: beginnings[edit]

In 2002, at the age of 14, SonyMusic Canada signed Chante to a long term record contract to release her music in Canada. In early 2003, she released “Shook (The Answer)” which won an Urban Music Award for “Best Pop/R&B Single”. The follow-up, “Unpredictable” went #3 on radio charts,[7] and her first video hit number one on YTV and the top ten on MuchMusic. In November 2003, the CD single of “Unpredictable” was certified gold and later went on to win Chante the Canadian Radio Music Award for “Best New Solo Artist”. In early February 2004, Chanté’s third single, “Bad Boy”, was released. It was also successful, breaking the Top 10 on radio and sitting at #3 on MuchMusic for 4 weeks before later earning the #1 position on the chart. The video was directed by Director X.[8] Later, in June 2004, Chanté’s fourth single “Does He Love Me?” ft. Foxy Brown reached top 5 at radio. The video was also directed by Director X and became #1 on MuchMusic for 3 weeks. The video also garnered her an Urban Music Video Award for “Video of the Year”. On June 22, 2004 Chanté released her self-titled debut album. On December 3, 2004 it was certified gold. In October 2004, at the Canadian Urban Music Awards Chanté swept all three of her nominations, winning awards for “Best New Artist”, “Video of the Year” (for Bad Boy), “Fans’ Choice Award” and by surprise taking home the “Rising Star of the Year” award.[9] This brought the attention of the President of BET, Stephen Hill, who became Chante’s mentor and putting the video for “Bad Boy” into heavy rotation. In that same month, she sang the national anthem at the Canadian Football League’s Grey Cup championship game.[10] She was also selected to represent Canada at Expo 2005 held in Japan. In July 2005, Chanté went on a cross-Canada tour and later opened up for Destiny’s Child during the Canadian leg of their Destiny Fulfilled … And Lovin’ It tour, and is also included on the Destiny’s Child Live In Atlanta Tour DVD. In October 2005, Chanté received four nominations at the Urban Music Awards.[11] In 2006, Chanté toured with Teen People Magazine and Seventeen Magazine across select cities in the U.S. In July 2006, Chante released her new single “Been Gone” with a video shot by Director X (marking her third collaboration with him). Her second single, “2U” was released in early November. Also in 2006, Chanté made a featured cameo appearance in Bow Wow and Chris Brown‘s music video “Shortie Like Mine“. Her second album, which Chanté executive produced[12] was released on December 5, 2006 in Canada and Japan through SonyMusic Canada. MTV’s “The Diary of Keshia Chante” aired in Canada December 6, 2006, showing footage following Chante as she travelled to Miami and LA working on her album.[13] In 2007, during her last year of high school, Chante took a departure from music to study to learn more about the music business and be mentored by respected entertainment lawyers in LA and Toronto. She later made the decision to move to Atlanta and West Hollywood, where she worked closely the camps of Ne-Yo, Missy Elliott and OutKast. She began honing her skill as a songwriter and her acting chops, starring as the lead actress in the TV series “Soul”.[14][15] In 2010, Chanté released her third album “Night & Day” in Canada through Universal Music Canada. Chanté released “Table Dancer” and “Test Drive” which were both nominated for Juno Awards; R&B Recording of the Year for “Test Drive” and Dance Recording of the Year for “Table Dancer”.[16] Both songs entered Top 10 at radio. On February 14, 2011, Chanté released the Taio Cruz penned song “Set U Free”. On December 31, 2011, Chanté performed on ET Canada’s New Year’s Eve Bash in Niagara Falls, which later set a record becoming Canada’s #1 Year End Countdown Show with 4.8 million viewers.[17] In April 2012, Chanté was announced as the new music judge for a music competition show on YTV called The Next Star. On the week of November 28, 2012, Chante’s first single release “Table Dancer” went #1 on the Billboard Charts in Japan and #6[18] on Hot 100, #3[19] on Digital & Airplay & #11[20] on regular charts[19] Chanté guest starred & judged on TV shows Top Chef Canada and Canada’s Best Beauty Talent with supermodel Coco Rocha & Flare Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Lisa Tant[21]

2013–2015: BET’s 106 and Park[edit]

On June 14, 2012, Chanté made her US television debut on BET‘s 106 & Park as a co-host on two separate occasions co-hosting with Terrence J.[22] On June 30, 2013, Chanté attended the 2013 BET Awards as a correspondent for the event & began co-hosting select episodes of 106 & Park. On September 26, 2013, BET President Stephen Hill announced on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show that Chante will be a new co host for 106 & Park alongside rapper Bow Wow starting on October 1. Childhood friend and fellow Canadian Drake publicly announced and congratulated Chante for becoming the first ever Canadian to host the iconic show. Chante went on to make history having the First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama on the show, as well as filming with the likes of Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Mark Wahlberg, Sylvester Stallone, Denzel Washington, Jessica Alba, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert De Niro, Will Ferrell, Eminem, The Rock, Floyd Mayweather, Forest Whitaker, 50 Cent, Kerry Washington, Tyra Banks, Naomi Campbell, Kevin Hart, Melissa McCarthy, Emma Stone, Joe Manganiello, and many more.

On December 18, 2013, Chante was invited by United States President Barack Obama & the first lady Michelle Obama to their White House holiday party in DC. In December 2014, received a star on the Brampton Arts Walk of Fame.[2] In January 2015, after two years hosting 106 & Park, the show announced it was going digital. In June 2014, 2015 and 2016, Chante hosted the BET Awards 106 & Park Pre-Show in LA.

2016–present: New music[edit]

In 2016, Chante announced she was a “free-agent” and would be releasing her new music independently. On November 11, 2016, BET premiered Chante’s song “The Valley” off her upcoming album.[23] On January 11, 2017, Radio Host Ebro Darden debuted Chante’s single “F**k It Tho” on his Beats 1 radio show on Apple Music.

On March 22, Ebro Darden announced Keshia Chante’s track listing for Unbound 01 and premiered “Bryson Tiller” exclusively with Apple Music on the Beats 1 radio show.[24] On March 23, Noisey premiered “RedLight”, citing the track as “the sonic equivalent of a cool, still night: beautiful but there is something eerie in its midst, hidden in the dark”[25] and AUX TV premiered “Harmless” citing that Chanté is “re-igniting her signature R&B sound” and that “Chanté’s soaring vocals lend the track a distinctly modern edge”.[26] On March 24, 2017 Chanté released Unbound 01, an EP and in February 2018 it was nominated for a Juno Award for Best R&B Recording.[27] Unbound 02 was released March 23, 2018.


Musical style[edit]

Tara Henley of The Georgia Straight noted that Chante had “an arresting voice, magnetic charisma, and driving ambition.”[28] Denise Sheppard from Amazon.ca also noted, “[Chanté is] a teen-targeted pop phenom” whose “music has the one-two punch of melodic hooks and the voice to back them up; a combination that can and will appeal to dance/pop music fans of any age.[29]


Chante cited Beyoncé, Aaliyah and Brandy as her childhood influences, as well as Tupac Shakur, with whom she shares the same birth date.[30]

Public image[edit]

Chante has been cited for having an eerily striking resemblance to late-singer Aaliyah, often cited as her doppelganger. Chante was set to play Aaliyah in the biopic but declined after saying Aaliyah’s mother was against the film being made. [31]

In Canada, Chanté is considered a Fashionista by fashion’s high rankings[32] performing at Marchesa‘s first runway show in Toronto, as well as Chanel event for Toronto International Film Festival. Her style has been described as “glamorous” meets “sexy elegance” by Holt Renfrew executives.[32] Chante is an avid supporter of Canadian Fashion Designers and labels. Flare Magazine has named her a “true style chameleon”[33] January 2012, Fashion Television labeled Keshia a Fashion Icon[34] In 2012, Chante served as a Judge on Canada’s Best Beauty Talent with Coco Rocha and Editor-in-Chief of FLARE Magazine Lisa Tant.[35]

Other ventures[edit]


Chante worked with Alicia Keys to throw a fundraising concert for the Stephen Lewis Foundation[36][37] She has visited Dominican Republic to work with World Vision.[38] and Kenya, Africa with CANFAR, serving as their Youth Ambassador for two years. In 2014, Chante starred in NBC’s PSA for Mariska Hargitay‘s Joyful Heart foundation alongside Eli Manning, Hilary Swank and more.


Chante has been endorsed by brands such as Pepsi, Smarties, Bell, Rogers, Stila Cosmetics, MAC Cosmetics, Ecko Red and Sony. In November 2010, Chante became the face of Pepsi and their Pepsi Refresh Project campaign. Chante is the face of Ontario Tourism and sings the theme song in their commercials.[39][40]

Personal life[edit]

Chante grew up in Toronto with rapper Drake and was his first girlfriend.[41] They dated during their teen years, have collaborated together and remain good friends. Drake has cited Chante as his “muse” and has written multiple songs about Chante, including “In My Feelings” (Chante’s nickname is Keke), “Nice For What”, “Madonna” and is heard discussing their relationship in the remix of Chante’s song titled “Fallen”, rapping “Keshia, Keshia, do you remember the old us?/ You just hold it down for your boy until the plaques arrive that’s why I love you”. Drake also speaks of Chante in the second verse of his song “Deceiving” referencing Chante’s mom “Tessa”, Drake rhymes; “What up Tessa, I love you like my own mama / And your daughter’s getting grown, mama / And me, I’m just here working, waiting / patient for her to be ready to love and leave alone drama.”[42][43]

On October 1, 2013, Drake told Chante on an episode of 106 & Park, “You were one of my first crushes, and a lot of people might not know this, but I actually rapped about you before.” He later was a part of a commercial announce Chante as the new official host of 106 & Park. [44]

In June 2010, Chante began dating NHL netminder Ray Emery,[45] announcing their relationship when Emery starred as the love interest in Chanté’s Test Drive music video. On June 16, 2016, Emery proposed to Chanté on her birthday with friends in Nassau, Bahamas. Emery and Chanté were set to wed June 2017, however, simultaneously with the release of her cover on Today’s Bride, Chanté announced via her Instagram that she called off the wedding.[46] On September 18, 2017, Emery was arrested for assault with a weapon and uttering threats towards Chante, after Chanté went to authorities seeking a restraining order. TMZ reported that Emery got violent and threatened Chanté, allegedly abusing her several times from July to September 2016.[47]


Awards and nominations[edit]


  • Canadian Urban Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single for “Shook (The Answer)” – Won
  • Canadian Radio Music Award for “Best New Solo Artist” (Dance Urban Rhythmic) – Won [48]
  • Canadian Radio Music Award for “Best New Solo Artist” (CHR) – Won[48]


  • Canadian Urban Music Award for Best New Artist – Won
  • Canadian Urban Music Award for Video Of The Year for “Bad Boy” – Won
  • Canadian Urban Music Award for Fans Choice – Won
  • Rising Star Award for Rising Star of the Year – Won
  • MuchMusic Video Award for “Best R&B Video” for “Does He Love Me?” – Won


  • Juno Award for “R&B/Soul Recording Of The Year” – Won[49]
  • Juno Award for “New Artist of the Year” – Nominee[50]
  • Canadian Urban Music Award for “Video Of The Year” for “Does He Love Me?” – Won
  • MuchMusic Video Award for “People’s Choice: Favorite Canadian Artist” – Won
  • MuchMusic Video Award for “Best Pop Video” for “Does He Love Me?” – Won


  • Juno Award for “R&B/SOUL Recording Of The Year” for “Been Gone” – Nominee[51]


  • Juno Award for “R&B/SOUL Recording Of The Year” for “2U” – Nominee[52]


  • Juno Award for “Dance Recording Of The Year” for “Table Dancer” – Nominee[53]
  • Juno Award for “R&B/SOUL Recording Of The Year” for “Test Drive” – Nominee[54]


Juno Award for “R&B/SOUL Recording Of The Year” for “Unbound 01” (EP) – Nominee[55]

Actress (5 credits)
 2013 Soul’d Out (Short)
 2012 Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town (TV Movie)
Soloist (as Keshia Chanté)
 2009 Soul (TV Series)

My Way (2009) … Mahalia
Fathers and Daughters (2009) … Mahalia
Seducing Spirits (2009) … Mahalia
Twice (2009) … Mahalia
Stepping Through Doors (2009) … Mahalia
 2008 Cat’s Cradle
Keshia Chanté
 2007 ‘Da Kink in My Hair (TV Series)

Empty Bag Can’t Stand Up (2007) … Dahlia
Hide Hide Show Show Self (10 credits)
 2015-2016 Hockey Wives (TV Series documentary)

Time-Out (2016)
Breakaways (2016)
The Long Goodbye (2016)
 2013-2014 106 & Park Top 10 Live (TV Series)
Herself – Host / Herself – Hostess

Episode dated 22 September 2014 (2014) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 14 March 2014 (2014) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 13 March 2014 (2014) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 12 March 2014 (2014) … Herself – Host
Episode dated 10 March 2014 (2014) … Herself – Host
 2014 BET Awards 2014 (TV Special)
 2012 Match Game (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist / Guest Panelist

Whiskey (2012) … Guest Panelist
Step (2012) … Herself – Panelist
Number (2012) … Herself – Panelist
Sleeping (2012) … Herself – Panelist
 2012 Top Chef Canada (TV Series)
Herself – Guest Judge

The Italian Feast (2012) … Herself – Guest Judge
 2011 The Marilyn Denis Show (TV Series)

Episode #2.48 (2011) … Herself
 2005 2005 MuchMusic Video Awards (TV Special)
 2004 2004 Much Music Video Music Awards (TV Special)
 2004 The 33rd Annual Juno Awards (TV Special)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2006 Video on Trial (TV Series)
Toronto Girl

Episode #2.12 (2006) … Toronto Girl (uncredited)



Monica Staggs was born on February 24, 1970 in Boulder, Colorado, USA as Monica Anne Staggs. She is known for her work on Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004), Grindhouse (2007) and Death Proof (2007).
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Actress (17 credits)
 2018 The Clearing (post-production)
Pretty Infected Girl
 2012 Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Baptist Mother (uncredited)
 2009-2011 Castle (TV Series)
Stacey Collins / Housewife #2

Nikki Heat (2011) … Stacey Collins (uncredited)
The Double Down (2009) … Housewife #2 (uncredited)
 2010 Hesher
 2009/I Angel of Death
 2009 Vroom-Vroom! (Short)
 2007 Death Proof
Lanna Frank
 2007 Grindhouse
Lanna Frank (segment “Death Proof”)
 2004 Slammed
Female Wrestler
 2002 The Division (TV Series)
Theresa Sarkin

Welcome Home (2002) … Theresa Sarkin
 2002 Sorority Boys
Tri Pi
 2001 The District (TV Series)

Tug of War (2001) … (uncredited)
 2001 Falling Like This
Young Woman at Market
 2001 Black Scorpion (TV Series)
Bonfire Girl #1

Wave Goodbye (2001) … Bonfire Girl #1
 2000 This Is How the World Ends (TV Movie)
 1999 The Settlement
Real Barbara
 1998 Species II
Eve Creature Performer

Self (4 credits)
 2007 Scream Awards 2007 (TV Special)
 2007 Howard Stern on Demand (TV Series)

Richard and JD at Chiller Theater (2007) … Herself
 2005 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary)

 2004 Double Dare (Documentary)
Herself (uncredited)

Stunts (93 credits)
  Greatland (Stunt double: Jackie Loeb) (post-production)
 2010-2012 True Blood (TV Series) (stunts – 2 episodes)

Hopeless (2012) … (stunts)
Fresh Blood (2010) … (stunts – uncredited)
 2011 Isolation (stunt double: Eva Amurri) / (stunts)
 2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon (stunt player – uncredited)
 2011 Cedar Rapids (stunts)
 2010 Medium (TV Series) (stunts – 1 episode)

The Match Game (2010) … (stunts – uncredited)
 2010 The 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards (TV Special) (stunt double – 2010)
 2010 Crazy on the Outside (stunt double: Sigourney Weaver)
 2009 Hard Times (Short) (stunt coordinator)
 2009 Eastwick (TV Series) (stunt double – 1 episode)

Fleas and Casserole (2009) … (stunt double)
 2009 Duress (stunt double: Catherine Dent)
 2009 Miss March (stunts)
 2008 Skip Tracer (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 2008 CSI: NY (TV Series) (stunt double – 1 episode)

Right Next Door (2008) … (stunt double)
 2007 War Eagle, Arkansas (stunt coordinator)
 2007 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series) (stunt double – 1 episode)

The Chick Chop Flick Shop (2007) … (stunt double – uncredited)
 2007 Without a Trace (TV Series) (stunt double – 2 episodes)

Run (2007) … (stunt double)
Two of Us (2007) … (stunt double – uncredited)
 2007 Slipstream (stunts)
 2007 Doomed (Video) (stunts – as Monica Stages)
 2006 Penny Dreadful (assistant stunt coordinator) / (stunt double)
 2006 Dexter (TV Series) (stunt double – 1 episode)

Popping Cherry (2006) … (stunt double: Denise Crosby – uncredited)
 2006 Seraphim Falls (stunts)
 2006 Pepper Dennis (TV Series) (stunt double: Rebecca Romijin)
 2005 Lovewrecked (stunt double: Amanda Bynes)
 2005 Sky High (stunts)
 2004 The Eavesdropper (stunts)
 2004/I Crash (stunt performer)
 2004 Slammed (stunt performer: Batwoman wrestler)
 2004 Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation (Video) (stunt double: Sandrine Holt)
 2004 Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (stunt double: Elle)
 2004 Out for Blood (Video) (stunt coordinator)
 2004 D.E.B.S. (stunts)
 2004 Employee of the Month (stunt performer: Woman in Flames)
 2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action (stunt double: Jenna Elfman – uncredited) / (stunts)
 2003 Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (stunt double: Daryl Hannah – uncredited)
 2003 This Girl’s Life (stunt double: Juliette Marquis)
 2003 Hollywood Homicide (stunt performer – uncredited)
 2003 The Italian Job (stunt double: Charlize Theron – uncredited) / (stunts)
 2003 What Should You Do? (TV Series) (stunt performer)
 2003 I Witness (stunt performer)
 2003 Tears of the Sun (stunt double: Monica Belluci) / (stunts)
 2003 Cradle 2 the Grave (stunt performer – uncredited)
 2003 Net Games (stunt double)
 2002 Red Dragon (stunt double: Emily Watson – uncredited) / (stunts)
 2002 White Oleander (stunt coordinator)
 2002 Comic Book Villains (Video) (utility stunts)
 2002 S1m0ne (stunt double: Rachel Roberts)
 2002 Bug (stunt double: Olive)
 2002 John Q (stunts)
 2002 Gale Force (Video) (stunt double)
 2002 Pumpkin (stunts)
 2001 Beethoven’s 4th (Video) (stunt performer)
 2001 Thieves (TV Series) (stunt double)
 2001 The Glass House (stunts)
 2001 Joy Ride (stunt double: Venna) / (stunts)
 2001 Falling Like This (stunt driver)
 2001 Swordfish (stunt performer – uncredited)
 2001 Tomcats (stunts)
 2001 Someone Like You… (stunt double – uncredited)
 2001 Knight Club (stunt performer)
 2000 This Is How the World Ends (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 2000 Charlie’s Angels (stunt double – uncredited)
 2000 The Fugitive (TV Series) (stunt performer)
 2000 Teacher’s Pet (stunts)
 2000 Bull (TV Series) (stunt double)
 2000 Strong Medicine (TV Series) (stunt double)
 2000 Four Dogs Playing Poker (stunts)
 2000 Whatever It Takes (stunts)
 2000 Son of the Beach (TV Series) (stunt double: Kimberly Oja)
 1999 S-Club Seven (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1999 Millennium Man (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 1999 Ryan Caulfield: Year One (TV Series) (stunt double)
 1999 Facade (stunt double)
 1999 The Mao Game (assistant stunt coordinator)
 1999 The Settlement (stunts)
 1999 Angel’s Dance (stunts)
 1999 The Darwin Conspiracy (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 1998 Martian Law (TV Movie) (stunt double)
 1998 Star Trek: Insurrection (stunt player)
 1998 Lani-Loa (stunt performer)
 1998 Watchers 4 (stunt performer: Lab Technician)
 1998 Devil in the Flesh (Video) (stunts)
 1998 Shelter (stunts)
 1997 The Killing Grounds (Video) (stunts)
 1997 House of Frankenstein (TV Mini-Series) (stunt double – 2 episodes)

Episode #1.2 (1997) … (stunt double: Jorga Fox)
Episode #1.1 (1997) … (stunt double: Jorga Fox)
 1997 Fame L.A. (TV Series) (stunt double)
 1997 Executive Power (Video) (stunt double: Andrea Roth)
 1997 Just Shoot Me! (TV Series) (stunt double: Rebecca Rojimin)
 1995 Sliders (TV Series) (stunt performer – 1 episode)

Pilot (1995) … (stunt performer – uncredited)


Busty, luscious, and shapely redhead stunner Carrie Stevens was born on May 1, 1969 in Buffalo, New York. Carrie’s research scientist father named her after the Carrie spectrophotometer. Stevens grew up in Hardwick, Massachusetts and studied journalism at Memphis State University. She was the Playmate of the Month in the June, 1997 issue of “…
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Actress (26 credits)
 2013 Birdemic 2: The Resurrection
Tree Hugger’s Wife
 2011 Hollywoo
Fiancée de Marlow
 2010 The Mule (Short)
Kristin Moore
 2010 Dinocroc vs. Supergator (TV Movie)
Drake’s Nurse
 2006 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Kissing Abraham Lincoln (2006) … Pam
 2006 Jake in Progress (TV Series)

The Hot One (2006) … Kelli
 2004 Who’s Your Daddy? (Video)
Angel Wanna-Be
 2002 Cruel Game
 2002 Redemption (Video)
 2002 The Backlot Murders (Video)
 2001 Head Games
 2001 Longshot
 2001 Rock Star
Ghode’s Wife Daphne
 2001 Spy TV (TV Series)

Episode #1.8 (2001) … Various
 2001 Black Scorpion (TV Series)
Celeste McCloud

Zodiak Attack – Part 2 (2001) … Celeste McCloud
Zodiak Attack – Part 1 (2001) … Celeste McCloud
Life’s a Gas (2001) … Celeste McCloud
 2001 Vegas, City of Dreams
Gabrielle Garrett
 2001 18 Wheels of Justice (TV Series)
Natalie Reno

Countdown (2001) … Natalie Reno
 1999 Pacific Blue (TV Series)

Trust (1999) … Cybervixen
 1997 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)

Aloha Beverly Hills: Part 1 (1997) … Marcy
 1996 Jane Street
 1994 Weird Science (TV Series)

She’s Alive (1994) … Kristen
 1993 Little Miss Millions
Girl on Bus
 1993 Sins of Desire
 1992/I Dead End
 1992 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)

Episode #1.6805 (1992) … Heather
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Miss Baker was born on July 15, 1977, in Anaheim, California, and raised in Riverside, California, the younger of two children. Her older brother has been her biggest influence in life, teaching her snowboarding and soccer at a young age, sports she continues to enjoy to this day. She also liked more girly pursuits as well, such as ballet and tap …
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Actress (16 credits)
 2009 White on Rice
Lingerie Saleswoman
 2008 Toxic
 2005 Eve (TV Series)

Taken for Grant-ed (2005) … LaTanya
 2005 Boston Legal (TV Series)
Beautiful Woman

‘Til We Meat Again (2005) … Beautiful Woman (uncredited)
 2004 Slammed
 2003 Windy City Heat (TV Movie)
 2003 Intolerable Cruelty
Santa Fe Tart
 2002 Scrubs (TV Series)
Fantasy Sorority Girl

My Fruit Cups (2002) … Fantasy Sorority Girl (uncredited)
 2002 Auto Focus
Schmile Girl
 2000-2002 Night Calls: 411 (TV Series)
Net Nympho

Fetish Fever (2002) … Net Nympho
Final Foursomes Swinging (2000) … Net Nympho
 2002 The Model Solution (Video)
 2002 The Scorpion King
Barbarian Woman (uncredited)


In January, 2011 Somaya Reece was recognized as a “Female Emcee You Need To Know” in XXL magazine. With over 31 million views and more than 865,000 friends, Somaya Reece, the 1 Latina artist on MySpace has successfully proven to be a viral marketing powerhouse! Prior to unveiling her myspace page, in spite of her harsh upbringing, Somaya Reece …
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Actress (9 credits)
 2012 The Girl from the Naked Eye
Wendy (as Somaya S. Reece)
 2009 GB: 2525
 2006 Entourage (TV Series)
Video Ho #2

Aquamom (2006) … Video Ho #2
 2005 Girlfriends (TV Series)

Sleeping Dogs (2005) … Champale
 2004 Slammed
 2004 Miss Castaway and the Island Girls (TV Movie)
Miss Spain (as Ginie S. Castro)
 2003 Ride or Die (Video)
 2002 The Scorpion King
Harlot (uncredited)
 2000 American Psycho
Bar Girl (uncredited)


Lake Bell was born on March 24, 1979 in New York City, New York, USA as Lake Caroline Siegel Bell. She is an actress and director, known for In a World… (2013), No Strings Attached (2011) and It’s Complicated (2009). She has been married to Scott Campbell since June 1, 2013. They have two children
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Actress (52 credits)
 2018 Bless This Mess (TV Movie) (pre-production)
 2019 The Secret Life of Pets 2 (filming)
Chloe (voice)
 2017 SuperMansion (TV Series)

Drag Me to Halloween (2017) … Millicent (voice)
 2015-2017 BoJack Horseman (TV Series)
Katrina Peanutbutter / Cargo Ship Captain / Chloe

lovin that cali lifestyle!! (2017) … Katrina Peanutbutter (voice)
Hooray! Todd Episode! (2017) … Katrina Peanutbutter (voice)
The Judge (2017) … Katrina Peanutbutter (voice)
Commence Fracking (2017) … Katrina Peanutbutter (voice)
Underground (2017) … Katrina Peanutbutter (voice)
 2017 Home Again
 2017 Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later (TV Series)

End Summer Night’s Dream (2017) … Donna
Dance (2017) … Donna
Rain (2017) … Donna
King of Camp (2017) … Donna
Tigerclaw (2017) … Donna
 2017 Shot Caller
 2017 Flip the Script (TV Mini-Series)
The Female Director

Diva Director (2017) … The Female Director
 2016 Cassius and Clay (TV Movie)
Shopcarter Clay (voice)
 2016 The Secret Life of Pets
Chloe (voice)
 2008-2016 Childrens Hospital (TV Series)
Dr. Cat Black / Dixie Peters

The Grid, Part Two (2016) … Dr. Cat Black / Dixie Peters
The Grid, Part One (2016) … Dr. Cat Black / Dixie Peters
Grandparents Day (2016) … Dr. Cat Black
Through the Eyes of a Falcon (2016) … Dr. Cat Black / Dixie Peters
Childrens Horsepital (2016) … Dr. Cat Black
 2015/I No Escape
Annie Dwyer
 2015 Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (TV Series)

Day Is Done (2015) … Donna
Staff Party (2015) … Donna
Electro/City (2015) … Donna
Dinner (2015) … Donna
Activities (2015) … Donna
 2015 Axe Cop (TV Series)
Axe Girl

The Ultimate Mate (2015) … Axe Girl (voice)
 2015/I Man Up
 2014 Million Dollar Arm
 2014 Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mona Lisa (voice)
 2013 Newsreaders (TV Series)
Dixie Peters

Pubic Hair Crisis (2013) … Dixie Peters
 2013 In a World…
 2012 Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Black Widow / Ariel

Collateral Damage in Gang Turf War (2012) … Black Widow / Ariel (voice)
 2012 TRON: Uprising (TV Series)

Identity (2012) … Lux (voice)
 2012 Black Rock
 2011 Home for Actresses (Video short)
 2010-2011 How to Make It in America (TV Series)
Rachel Chapman

What’s in a Name? (2011) … Rachel Chapman
The Friction (2011) … Rachel Chapman
I’m Sorry, Who’s Yosi? (2011) … Rachel Chapman
Mofongo (2011) … Rachel Chapman
It’s Not Even Like That (2011) … Rachel Chapman
 2011 New Girl (TV Series)

Naked (2011) … Amanda
 2011/I No Strings Attached
 2011 Ghost of New Orleans
Corey Little
 2010 The League (TV Series)

The White Knuckler (2010) … Brooke
 2010 Burning Palms
Mary Jane
 2010 Shrek Forever After
Patrol Witch / Wagon Witch #2 (voice)
 2009 It’s Complicated
Agness Adler
 2009 Wainy Days (TV Series)

Dance Club (2009) … Blaire
 2009 Prototype (Video Game)
Dana Mercer (voice)
 2008 Prop 8: The Musical (Short)
Scary Catholic School Girls From Hell
 2008 Pride and Glory
Megan Egan
 2008 What Happens in Vegas
 2008 Over Her Dead Body
 2008 Under Still Waters
 2004-2006 Boston Legal (TV Series)
Sally Heep

The Verdict (2006) … Sally Heep
Whose God Is It Anyway? (2006) … Sally Heep
From Whence We Came (2005) … Sally Heep
Schmidt Happens (2005) … Sally Heep
Hired Guns (2004) … Sally Heep
 2006 Surface: Behind the Scenes Featurette (Video short)
Laura Daughtery
 2005-2006 Surface (TV Series)
Laura Daughtery

Episode #1.15 (2006) … Laura Daughtery
Episode #1.14 (2006) … Laura Daughtery
Episode #1.13 (2006) … Laura Daughtery
Episode #1.12 (2006) … Laura Daughtery
Episode #1.11 (2006) … Laura Daughtery
 2004 Fresh Out of Tears (Short)
 2004 Slammed
Gina Micelli
 2004 The Practice (TV Series)
Sally Heep

Adjourned (a.k.a. Cheers) (2004) … Sally Heep
New Hoods on the Block (2004) … Sally Heep
Comings and Goings (2004) … Sally Heep
The Firm (2004) … Sally Heep
 2003 Miss Match (TV Series)
Victoria Carlson

The Price of Love (2003) … Victoria Carlson
Most Hopeless Romantics (2003) … Victoria Carlson
Miss Communication (2003) … Victoria Carlson
Matchmaker, Matchmaker (2003) … Victoria Carlson
Forgive and Forget (2003) … Victoria Carlson
 2003 I Love Your Work
 2003 War Stories (TV Movie)
Nora Stone
 2002 Speakeasy
Sara Marnikov
 2002 ER (TV Series)
Jody Holmes

Tell Me Where It Hurts (2002) … Jody Holmes
One Can Only Hope (2002) … Jody Holmes