RINNA PAATSO

Rinna Paatso was born on August 5, 1969 in Turku, Finland as Rinna Pauliina Paatso. She is known for her work on V2: Dead Angel (2007), Lapland Odyssey (2010) and Varokaa putoavia esineitä (1994). She is married to Marko Waara. They have one child.
Image result for RINNA PAATSO

Image result for RINNA PAATSO

Image result for RINNA PAATSO

Image result for RINNA PAATSO

Image result for RINNA PAATSO
Actress (44 credits)
 2016 Syke (TV Series)
Leena Järvenpää

Kenguruhoitoa (2016) … Leena Järvenpää
Aivokemiaa (2016) … Leena Järvenpää
 2014-2016 Angry Birds Stella (TV Series)
Poppy

You Asked for It (2016) … Poppy (voice)
Last Bird Standing (2016) … Poppy (voice)
Premonition (2016) … Poppy (voice)
It’s Mine! (2015) … Poppy (voice)
Camp Scary (2015) … Poppy (voice)
 2016 Ricky Rapper and the Nighthawk
Anita Petkel
 2015 Orkesteri: The Everlast (TV Movie)
Poliisi
 2013-2014 Kansan mies (TV Series)
Liina

Niskasta kiinni (2014) … Liina
Vallan kahva (2014) … Liina
Kaikki hajoaa käsiin (2014) … Liina
Brysselin paperit (2014) … Liina
Orpoja piruja (2014) … Liina
 2013 Gigglebug (TV Series)

Juhlat (2013) … (voice)
Nokoset (2013) … (voice)
Kunniavieras (2013) … (voice)
City-Kani (2013) … (voice)
Hämärätanssi (2013) … (voice)
 2012 Maailma on valmis (TV Series)
Neuvolan terveydenhoitaja

Episode #1.3 (2012) … Neuvolan terveydenhoitaja
 2012 Apinatasavalta (TV Series)

Asteroidi (2012) … (voice)
Mauri 2000 (2012) … (voice)
Eläkepommi (2012) … (voice)
Piraattimunkit (2012) … (voice)
Museo (2012) … (voice)
 1996-2012 Kotikatu (TV Series)
Raija / Tullivirkailija

Kotona paras? (2012) … Raija
Jääkausi (1996) … Tullivirkailija
 2011 Red Caps (TV Series)
 2011 Moska (TV Series)
Essi Jormakka

Älä taivaan tähden huuda vittua A-studiossa (2011) … Essi Jormakka (uncredited)
 2011 Look of a Killer (TV Series)
Ksenja Gudajev

Isä, poika ja paha henki – osa 2 (2011) … Ksenja Gudajev
Isä, poika ja paha henki – osa 1 (2011) … Ksenja Gudajev
 2011 Enon opetukset (TV Series)
Ambulanssikuski

Osa 2 (2011) … Ambulanssikuski
 2010 Lapland Odyssey
Marjukan kaveri
 2010 Yksi lensi yli Marin pesän (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2010)
 2010 Women in the City (TV Series)
Rebekka

Episode #1.4 (2010) … Rebekka
Episode #1.3 (2010) … Rebekka
Episode #1.2 (2010) … Rebekka
Episode #1.1 (2010) … Rebekka
 2007 Team Ahma (TV Series)
Nainen

Pariterapia (2007) … Nainen
 2007 V2: Dead Angel
Jaana
 2006 Mogadishu Avenue (TV Series)
Alusvaatemyyjä

Tahtoo miehen (2006) … Alusvaatemyyjä
Rakkauden viivakoodi (2006) … Alusvaatemyyjä
 2003 Kaverille ei jätetä (TV Series)
Stina

Paratiisi (2003) … Stina
 2003 Kuumia aaltoja (TV Series)
Leena

Roolileikkejä (2003) … Leena
 2002 Tummien vesien tulkit (TV Series)
Mari

Kahdella täytteellä (2002) … Mari
 2002 Paholaisen tytär (TV Mini-Series)
Erkkilän ex-vaimo

Episode #1.1 (2002) … Erkkilän ex-vaimo
 2002 Kymmenen riivinrautaa
Tarja Salokorpi
 2000-2002 Parhaat vuodet (TV Series)
Paula Hiirikallio

Ylilääkäri (2002) … Paula Hiirikallio
Kosinta (2000) … Paula Hiirikallio
Suuria tunteita ja pieniä ihmisiä (2000) … Paula Hiirikallio
 2001 Korkeajännitystä – eli sähköä kotiinkuljetettuna (TV Series)
Jahnukaisen puoliso Merja

Jäitä hattuun: joulunahan näitä vain sattuu (2001) … Jahnukaisen puoliso Merja
 2000 Hyvät neuvot kalliit (TV Series)
Krika Heinälä
 2000 Terveisiä PC:stä (TV Movie)
Various Characters
 2000 Postimiehen varjo (TV Series)
Poliisi Kitunen / Kitunen

Albatrossin lento (2000) … Kitunen
Välikäden jälki (2000) … Poliisi Kitunen
Pahan ilman lintu (2000) … Poliisi Kitunen
Kuolleen miehen kirje (2000) … Poliisi Kitunen
 2000 Ratikka-Raimo (TV Series)
Sairaanhoitaja / Ääni tv-ohjelmassa

Taru sormusten herrasta (2000) … Sairaanhoitaja
Töllötin (2000) … Ääni tv-ohjelmassa (voice)
 1999-2000 Secret Lives (TV Series)
Minde Messenius

Silja jää kiinni itse teosta (2000) … Minde Messenius
Sakun mainosura on kiinni muutamasta tavusta (2000) … Minde Messenius
Katjan mitta lähenee täyttöpistettään (2000) … Minde Messenius
 1998 Ihmeidentekijät (TV Series)
Paula Hiirikallio

H-hetki lähestyy (1998) … Paula Hiirikallio
Ihmiskohtaloita (1998) … Paula Hiirikallio
Veljekset (1998) … Paula Hiirikallio
Vieraita (1998) … Paula Hiirikallio
 1998 Big Bang (TV Series)
Toimittaja

Osa 1 (1998) … Toimittaja
 1997 Sydän toivoa täynnä (TV Series)
Pia, tarjoilija / Pia Kymäläinen

Niin paljon meni kanssas kaunista pois (1997) … Pia, tarjoilija
Taisi sataa silloinkin (1997) … Pia, tarjoilija
Kobra vanha valkoinen tanssii kauas kodoten (1997) … Pia Kymäläinen
 1996 Santa Claus and the Magic Drum (TV Movie)
Nelli Nukkemaakari (Finnish version, voice)
 1995 Rillumarei ja reipastamenoa (TV Series)
Various characters
 1994 Varokaa putoavia esineitä (TV Mini-Series)
Lentoaseman virkailija

Osa 1 (1994) … Lentoaseman virkailija
 1992 Tapulikylä (TV Series)
Carita Perander
 1990 Pirunnyrkki (TV Series)

Episode #1.4 (1990)
 1989 1249 km (TV Movie)
Girl in car
 1988 Uimataidoton
Anna
 1987 Viimeinen ilta (TV Movie)
 1977 Meille tulee vauva (TV Mini-Series)
Maarit

Episode #1.3 (1977) … Maarit
Episode #1.2 (1977) … Maarit
Episode #1.1 (1977) … Maarit
Advertisements

NICOLE DICKSON

As a child growing up in the small town of Palmer, Massachusetts, Nicole knew performing arts would be her career. Moving to Florida at age 14, Nicole attended Dillard School of the Arts, where she began her training as an actor and vocalist. Twenty plus years later… Nicole has acted, directed, stage managed, taught and coached nationally and …
Actress (7 credits)
 2018 All Clear (Short) (post-production)
Ms. Brinn
 2018 Wasted Hours (post-production)
Mrs. Gibbs
 2018 The Orphan (Video short)
Orphanage Teacher
 2017 Chasing Fame (TV Series)
Catherine

Fish Sandwich (2017) … Catherine
Not the Maid (2017) … Catherine
Bullfrog #3 … Catherine
 2013 Wicked Attraction (TV Series documentary)
Aunt Mary / Neighbor / Good Neighbor

The Cougar and Her Cub (2013) … Aunt Mary
Freedom Quest (2013) … Neighbor
More Than a Babysitter (2013) … Good Neighbor
 2013 From the Sea (Video)
Margaret
 2013 FBI: Criminal Pursuit (TV Series documentary)
Good Neighbor

Off the Radar (2013) … Good Neighbor

Nicolle Dickson

Image result for nicolLe dickson actress SEXY

Nicolle Dickson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nicolle Dickson
Born (1969-01-29) 29 January 1969 (age 49)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation Television actor, Accountant
Years active 1987-2006
Spouse(s) James Bell (1990-present)
Children 2

Nicolle Dickson (born 29 January 1969) is a former Australian actress, who was best known for playing the original character of teenage tearaway Bobby Simpson in soap opera Home and Away from 1988 to 1993. She left the acting career and is now an accountant and bookkeeper.

Biography[edit]

Early years[edit]

Nicolle Dickson was born on 29 January 1969 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and grew up in the suburb of Bass Hill with her family.[citation needed] As a child, she was a member of the children’s theatre company ‘Keane Kids’.[1] Having achieved her Higher School Certificate at the end of 1986, Nicolle enrolled at Sydney College of the Arts in Balmain (later to become part of the University of Sydney) to study a BA degree in Visual Arts, majoring in photography.

Home and Away[edit]

In June 1987, whilst at university, Dickson auditioned for the role of Bobby Simpson for upcoming soap opera, Home and Away and appeared in the pilot episode broadcast on 17 January 1988. She won the “Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent” at the 1989 Logie Award, being the first woman to do so in nearly a decade.[2][3] Dickson left Home and Away in 1993. In 2018, Nicole Dickson, returned to the Bay, along with co-star Alex Papps, two celebrate the series 30th year on air in special documentary entitled Endless Summer:30 years of Home and Away[4]

Later career[edit]

In 1995, Dickson returned to Home and Away and filmed an episode of GP, in which she played a violent young woman with learning difficulties. She filmed a guest appearance in Murder Call, in which she played a murdered reporter named Maddie Herman. Dickson then made a guest role in medical drama All Saints in April 2002 as difficult pregnant patient Penny. Since leaving Home And Away, she now resides in Southern Highlands, New South Wales and works for an accountancy firm.[5]

In 2006, Dickson appeared on a Home and Away reunion for the flashback show, Where Are They Now?. In the same year, she appeared on Channel 7’s Australian Celebrity Survivor, filmed in Vanuatu, becoming the fourth last contestant voted out.[6]

Actress (5 credits)
 2006 Wishbone
Agnes Kelly
 2002 All Saints (TV Series)
Penny Hargreaves

Only Human (2002) … Penny Hargreaves
 1997 Murder Call (TV Series)
Maddie Herman

Hot Shot (1997) … Maddie Herman
 1994-1995 G.P. (TV Series)
Vicki Dugan

Private Faces, Public Places (1995) … Vicki Dugan
Solo (1994) … Vicki Dugan
 1988-1995 Home and Away (TV Series)
Bobby Simpson / Bobby Marshall / Bobby Morgan

Episode #1.1710 (1995) … Bobby Marshall
Episode #1.1709 (1995) … Bobby Marshall
Episode #1.1304 (1993) … Bobby Marshall
Episode #1.1303 (1993) … Bobby Marshall
Episode #1.1302 (1993) … Bobby Marshall
Hide Hide Show Show Self (6 credits)
 2018 Endless Summer: 30 Years of Home and Away (TV Movie documentary)
Herself / Bobby Simpson / Mrgan / …
 2006 Celebrity Survivor (TV Series)
Herself – Tanna tribe / Herself – Kakula tribe / Herself – Moso tribe / …

Grand Final (2006) … Herself – Juror (as Nicolle)
Episode #1.11 (2006) … Herself – Tanna tribe (as Nicolle)
Episode #1.10 (2006) … Herself – Tanna tribe (as Nicolle)
Episode #1.9 (2006) … Herself – Tanna tribe (as Nicolle)
Episode #1.8 (2006) … Herself – Tanna tribe (as Nicolle)
 2006 Where Are They Now (TV Series)
Herself / Bobby Simpson-Morgan-Marshall

Episode dated 7 May 2006 (2006) … Herself / Bobby Simpson-Morgan-Marshall
 2002 The Best of Aussie Cop Shows (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 2002 The Best of Aussie Drama (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 1994 Kilroy (TV Series)
Herself

Kilroy Down Under (1994) … Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (3 credits)
 1993-2006 Home and Away (TV Series)
Bobby Simpson / Bobby Marshall / Bobby Simpson-Morgan-Marshall / …

Episode #1.4330 (2006) … Bobby Simpson-Morgan-Marshall (uncredited)
Episode #1.4000 (2005) … Bobby Morgan (uncredited)
Episode #1.3444 (2003) … Bobby Simpson (uncredited)
Episode #1.3282 (2002) … Bobby Simpson (uncredited)
Episode #1.1318 (1993) … Bobby Marshall (uncredited)
 2005 Home and Away: Weddings (Video)
Bobby Simpson-Morgan-Marshall (uncredited)
 1996 Home and Away: The Official Summer Bay Special (Video)
Bobby Marshall (uncredited)

 

BRITTANY O’GRADY

Brittany O’Grady has been performing professionally since the age of 4. She has TV, commercial, print, theater, dancing, and singing experience. Recent work includes a 2014 guest star appearance on ABC-TV’s Trophy Wife and Investigation Discovery’s Tabloid. Brittany has been cast with several Washington area theaters including the Tony-Award …
Brittany O'Grady Picture

Actress (5 credits)
 2018 Above Suspicion (completed)
Georgia Beale
 2016-2018 Star (TV Series)
Simone

A Family Affair (2018) … Simone
Secrets & Lies (2018) … Simone
Thirty Days to Famous (2018) … Simone
Mrs. Rivera (2018) … Simone
Take It or Leave It (2018) … Simone
 2015 The Messengers (TV Series)
Nadia / Nadia Garcia

Houston, We Have a Problem (2015) … Nadia
Spark of Hope (2015) … Nadia
Why We Fight (2015) … Nadia
Death Becomes Her (2015) … Nadia
A House Divided (2015) … Nadia Garcia
 2015 The Night Shift (TV Series)
Alicia

Recovery (2015) … Alicia
 2014 Trophy Wife (TV Series)
Teen Girl

The Punisher (2014) … Teen Girl
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 2016-2018 Star (TV Series) (performer – 25 episodes)

Mrs. Rivera (2018) … (performer: “Soon & Very Soon”)
After the Set, It’s the Afterparty (2018) … (performer: “Come And Talk To Me”)
Forward (E)Motion (2018) … (performer: “All I Want”, “Believe”, “Spotlight”, “Time”, “I Bring Me”)
Dreamers (2018) … (performer: “Spotlight”, “I Want You”, “All I Want”)
Take It to Church (2018) … (performer: “It Wasn’t Me”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2018 FOX Fall Preview (TV Movie)
Herself
 2017 Teen Choice Awards 2017 (TV Special documentary)
Herself – The Cast of ‘Star’ (uncredited)
 2017 Wendy: The Wendy Williams Show (TV Series)
Herself – Musical Guest

Lee Daniels, Jude Demorest, Brittany O’Grady & Ryan Destiny (2017) … Herself – Musical Guest
 2017 Entertainment Tonight (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #36.99 (2017) … Herself

Yagna Shetty

Yagna Shetty

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yagna Shetty
Born Yagna Shetty
Kudremukh, Karnataka, India
Nationality Indian
Alma mater Manipal University
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Yagna Shetty is an Indian actress known for her work in Kannada cinema. She made her debut in the 2007 film Ondu Preethiya Kathe, following which she appeared in Eddelu Manjunatha, a performance that won her a Filmfare Special Award. She got noticed for her performances in Sugreeva (2010) and Allide Nammane Ille Bande Summane (2011).[1] Known for portraying deglamorous and serious roles, she went on to appear in other critical and commercial successes such as Love Guru (2009), Kalla Malla Sulla (2011) and Ulidavaru Kandanthe (2014).[2] She made her television debut in 2016 with Vaarasdaara.

Early life[edit]

Yagna Shetty was born to Umesh Shetty and Jayanti Shetty, into the Tuluva community in Kudremukh, Karnataka. She has three siblings – Mahalaxmi, Gayatri and Ashwini. She completed her schooling at the Kendriya School in Panambur, Bachelor of Business Management (BBM) course at the SDM College in Mangalore and later pursued Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance at the Manipal University.[3][4]

Career[edit]

Debut–2013[edit]

Shetty auditioned for her debut role in the 2007 Kannada language film Ondu Preethiya Kathe in Hindi due to her non fluency in Kannada at the time. She was cast as the female lead opposite Shanker Aryan.[5] The film received positive reviews from critics, with Shetty’s performance receiving praise. Rediff in its review called it a “promising debut”.[6] In 2009, she starred in two films, Eddelu Manjunatha and Love Guru, and received critical acclaim for her performances in both the films. For her portrayal of Gowri in the comedy film Eddelu Manjunatha, the wife of Manjunatha (played by Jaggesh), a hard working woman struggling to make ends meet, she received the Filmfare Special Award.[7] For her performance in the latter film, received a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination.

Shetty had two releases in 2010. Her first role was in Sugreeva, in which she was cast opposite Shiva Rajkumar as his wife and of a mother to a wannabe Michael Jackson. Rediff called her performance in the film “convincing”.[8] In her next release Kari Chirathe, she played the role of Bharathi, who falls in love with a mentally unstable person (played by Duniya Vijay). 2011 saw three releases of Shetty, among which was the comedy film Kalla Malla Sulla, a performance for which she received critical acclaim, playing the role of the wife of a media baron (played by Ramesh Arvind).[9]

2014–present[edit]

Shetty’s first release of 2014 was Kwatle, a film that was received largely negative reviews from critics. The Times of India in its review called her performance “a complete failure”.[10] In her next film, she starred in a supporting role as Sharada, a fishwife and the love interest of Munna (played by Kishore) in Ulidavaru Kandanthe, a critical success but however failed to perform commercially. In her final release of 2014, she played Yagna in Sadagara, which received mixed reviews from critics.[11] As of March 2015, Shetty has the delayed project Love Junction, H/34 Pallavi Talkies and Octopus up for release.[12][13][14] She is currently filming with Ramabai, playing the titular role, a biographical film on the life of Ramabai, the first wife of social reformer B. R. Ambedkar[15] and Ram Gopal Varma‘s Killing Veerappan as Muthulakshmi, the wife of slain forest brigand, Veerappan.[16]

In 2016, Shetty made her debut in television with the soap opera, Vaarasdaara. Dealing with the issue of female infanticide, she plays the role of a mother in the soap.[17][18]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Notes
2007 Ondu Preethiya Kathe Sakshi
2009 Eddelu Manjunatha Gowri Filmfare Special Award – South
2009 Love Guru Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Kannada
2010 Sugreeva Pooja
2010 Kari Chirathe Bharathi
2011 Panchamrutha
2011 Allide Nammane Ille Bande Summane
2011 Kalla Malla Sulla Ramya
2014 Kwatle Nagi
2014 Ulidavaru Kandanthe Sharadha
2014 Sadagara Yagna
2015 Octopus
2016 Killing Veerappan Muthulakshmi Nominated, SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Kannada
2016 Ramabai Ramabai
2017 Kalathur Gramam
2018 Love JunctionFilm has yet to be released
2018 H/34 Pallavi TalkiesFilm has yet to be released

Television[edit]

  • Vaarasdaara (2016–2017)

Yagna Shetty

Yagna Shetty

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yagna Shetty
Born Yagna Shetty
Kudremukh, Karnataka, India
Nationality Indian
Alma mater Manipal University
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Yagna Shetty is an Indian actress known for her work in Kannada cinema. She made her debut in the 2007 film Ondu Preethiya Kathe, following which she appeared in Eddelu Manjunatha, a performance that won her a Filmfare Special Award. She got noticed for her performances in Sugreeva (2010) and Allide Nammane Ille Bande Summane (2011).[1] Known for portraying deglamorous and serious roles, she went on to appear in other critical and commercial successes such as Love Guru (2009), Kalla Malla Sulla (2011) and Ulidavaru Kandanthe (2014).[2] She made her television debut in 2016 with Vaarasdaara.

Early life[edit]

Yagna Shetty was born to Umesh Shetty and Jayanti Shetty, into the Tuluva community in Kudremukh, Karnataka. She has three siblings – Mahalaxmi, Gayatri and Ashwini. She completed her schooling at the Kendriya School in Panambur, Bachelor of Business Management (BBM) course at the SDM College in Mangalore and later pursued Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance at the Manipal University.[3][4]

Career[edit]

Debut–2013[edit]

Shetty auditioned for her debut role in the 2007 Kannada language film Ondu Preethiya Kathe in Hindi due to her non fluency in Kannada at the time. She was cast as the female lead opposite Shanker Aryan.[5] The film received positive reviews from critics, with Shetty’s performance receiving praise. Rediff in its review called it a “promising debut”.[6] In 2009, she starred in two films, Eddelu Manjunatha and Love Guru, and received critical acclaim for her performances in both the films. For her portrayal of Gowri in the comedy film Eddelu Manjunatha, the wife of Manjunatha (played by Jaggesh), a hard working woman struggling to make ends meet, she received the Filmfare Special Award.[7] For her performance in the latter film, received a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination.

Shetty had two releases in 2010. Her first role was in Sugreeva, in which she was cast opposite Shiva Rajkumar as his wife and of a mother to a wannabe Michael Jackson. Rediff called her performance in the film “convincing”.[8] In her next release Kari Chirathe, she played the role of Bharathi, who falls in love with a mentally unstable person (played by Duniya Vijay). 2011 saw three releases of Shetty, among which was the comedy film Kalla Malla Sulla, a performance for which she received critical acclaim, playing the role of the wife of a media baron (played by Ramesh Arvind).[9]

2014–present[edit]

Shetty’s first release of 2014 was Kwatle, a film that was received largely negative reviews from critics. The Times of India in its review called her performance “a complete failure”.[10] In her next film, she starred in a supporting role as Sharada, a fishwife and the love interest of Munna (played by Kishore) in Ulidavaru Kandanthe, a critical success but however failed to perform commercially. In her final release of 2014, she played Yagna in Sadagara, which received mixed reviews from critics.[11] As of March 2015, Shetty has the delayed project Love Junction, H/34 Pallavi Talkies and Octopus up for release.[12][13][14] She is currently filming with Ramabai, playing the titular role, a biographical film on the life of Ramabai, the first wife of social reformer B. R. Ambedkar[15] and Ram Gopal Varma‘s Killing Veerappan as Muthulakshmi, the wife of slain forest brigand, Veerappan.[16]

In 2016, Shetty made her debut in television with the soap opera, Vaarasdaara. Dealing with the issue of female infanticide, she plays the role of a mother in the soap.[17][18]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Notes
2007 Ondu Preethiya Kathe Sakshi
2009 Eddelu Manjunatha Gowri Filmfare Special Award – South
2009 Love Guru Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Kannada
2010 Sugreeva Pooja
2010 Kari Chirathe Bharathi
2011 Panchamrutha
2011 Allide Nammane Ille Bande Summane
2011 Kalla Malla Sulla Ramya
2014 Kwatle Nagi
2014 Ulidavaru Kandanthe Sharadha
2014 Sadagara Yagna
2015 Octopus
2016 Killing Veerappan Muthulakshmi Nominated, SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Kannada
2016 Ramabai Ramabai
2017 Kalathur Gramam
2018 Love JunctionFilm has yet to be released
2018 H/34 Pallavi TalkiesFilm has yet to be released

Television[edit]

  • Vaarasdaara (2016–2017)

ELIZABETH KNOWELDEN

Elizabeth Knowelden is a critically acclaimed English actress. Hailing from the theatre, she continues to garner respect in all areas of her career, epitomised by recognition from BAFTA. After varying contemplations about life as a marine biologist, Knowelden auditioned for drama schools in the UK. At the age of 18, she was awarded a place at the … See full bio »
Image result for ELIZABETH KNOWELDEN

Actress (14 credits)
 2018 World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth (Video Game) (voice)
 2018 God of War (Video Game)
Pesta / Additional Voices (voice)
 2016 The Curse of Sleeping Beauty
Veiled Demon (Voice) (voice)
 2016 Hot Bot
Lindsay Hawthorne
 2015 Dirty Cues (TV Series)
Liverpool Lilly

La Casa Depot … Liverpool Lilly
The Boss’ Boss … Liverpool Lilly
The Family Jewels … Liverpool Lilly
 2015 Dick 80s Trailer (Video short)
Veronica
 2015 The Real Housewives of Westeros (Short)
Cersei Lannister
 2013 Supervised (Short)
Artificial Intelligence (voice)
 2012 Love Is… (Short)
Jessica Wright
 2012 The Last Man(s) on Earth
Violet the Intern Scientist
 2012 Folklore
Sirena Duffy
 2011/I End of the Road
Ship’s Computer (voice)
 2011 Video Game Reunion (TV Series)
Dead Kung Fu Guy Girl

The Video Game Reunion Panel (2011) … Dead Kung Fu Guy Girl
 2004 World of Warcraft (Video Game) (voice)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (2 credits)
 2017 Thor: Ragnarok (ADR Voice Actor)
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2012 A Fistful of Sandwich (Short) (very special thanks)

ANDREA CILIBERTI

Andrea Ciliberti is an actress and producer, known for The Last Man(s) on Earth (2012), Paranormal Evil (2017) and Sandy Wexler (2017).
Image result for ANDREA CILIBERTI

Image result for ANDREA CILIBERTI

Image result for ANDREA CILIBERTI

Image result for ANDREA CILIBERTI

Image result for ANDREA CILIBERTI
Actress (8 credits)
 2018 House Guest (TV Mini-Series)
 2017 Paranormal Evil
Alexis King
 2017 Sandy Wexler
Wedding Guest
 2013 Everyday Lies (TV Series)
Ariel

A Class Act (2013) … Ariel
 2012 A Broken Code (Video)
Gia
 2011 L.A. Nights
Lana
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (1 credit)
 2016 The Obituary (Short) (associate producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
 2007 Beauty and the Geek (TV Series)
Herself – Beauty

Beauty Queen and Geek King (2007) … Herself – Beauty
Down on the Farm (2007) … Herself – Beauty
Beauties and Geeks Reunite (2007) … Herself – Beauty
Beauties Pimp Their Geeks (2007) … Herself – Beauty
Geeks Get Naked (2007) … Herself – Beauty
 2005 elimiDATE (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 12 October 2005 (2005) … Herself
 2005 Miss USA 2005 (TV Special)
Herself – Miss Missouri USA

MARIAH PARKIN

Mariah Parkin was born September 20, 1991 in Colorado, the youngest of 5 children. Mariah began acting while young, at home, interacting with every object and/or person in and out of the house, acting as voice to all characters and things. She loved to involve the neighbors in her summer “productions”, and set up “sets” in the front yard.
Mariah Parkin Picture

Image result for MARIAH PARKIN

Actress (4 credits)
 2011 L.A. Nights
Young Linda (as Mariah Parker)
 2009 Lost in the Woods
Katie
 2008 The Bilbee Boys (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2009 Kids Talk Politics: A New Puppy in the White House (Video documentary)
Herself