GEMMA DADOURIAN

Gemma Dadourian is known for her work on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Men in Black 3 (2012) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2018 S.W.A.T. (TV Series)
Andrea

Gasoline Drum (2018) … Andrea
 2016 Seat Open (Short)
Emily
 2016 You Are Not Your Mind (Short)
Co-Worker
 2015/I The Intern
Creative Designer (uncredited)
 2013 Scent (Short)
Subway Mob Member #2
 2012 The Hedgehog Dilemma
Party Extra (as Margaret Dadourian)
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ALICIA SILVERSTONE

Alicia Silverstone was born on October 4, 1976 in San Francisco, California, the youngest of three children. She is the daughter of Didi (Radford), a former flight attendant, and Monty Silverstone, a real estate investor. Her English-born father is from a Jewish family, while her Scottish-born mother converted to Judaism. Alicia’s career began at …
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Actress (59 credits)
  Judy Small (filming)
Susan Howard
 2018 American Woman (TV Series)
Bonnie Nolan

I Will Survive (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
Obstacles and Assets (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
The Breakthrough (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
Jack (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
The Agreement (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
 2018 Book Club
Jill
 2017 The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Martin’s Mother
 2017 Jeff & Some Aliens (TV Series)
Alison / Denise / Scarlett / …

Jeff & Some Love Simulations (2017) … Denise / Scarlett (voice)
Jeff & Some Laughs (2017) … Alison (voice)
Jeff & Some Preteen Girls (2017) … Alison / Talent Show Teacher (voice)
 2016 Who Gets the Dog?
Olive Greene
 2016/I Catfight
Lisa
 2016 King Cobra
Janette
 2015 Making a Scene with James Franco (TV Series short)
Janet / Marcy D’Arcy / Charlotte

One’s Company (2015) … Janet
Murdered with Children (2015) … Marcy D’Arcy
Breaking Sex (2015) … Charlotte
 2015 The Nutcracker Sweet (Video)
Marie (voice)
 2014 HR (TV Movie)
Ellen Bell
 2014 Jungle Shuffle
Sacha (voice)
 2014 Angels in Stardust
Tammy
 2013 Ass Backwards
Laurel
 2012 Vamps
Goody
 2012 Suburgatory (TV Series)
Eden

The Motherload (2012) … Eden
The Great Compromise (2012) … Eden
Hear No Evil (2012) … Eden
Entering Eden (2012) … Eden
 2011 Butter
Jill
 2011 Childrens Hospital (TV Series)
Kelly

Munch by Proxy (2011) … Kelly
 2011 The Art of Getting By
Ms. Herman
 2009 My Mother’s Red Hat (Video short)
 2008 Bad Mother’s Handbook (TV Movie)
Karen
 2008 Tropic Thunder
Alicia Silverstone – Awards Ceremony
 2007 The Singles Table (TV Series)
Georgia

The Work Dinner (2007) … Georgia
The Brawl (2007) … Georgia
Georgia’s Big Move (2007) … Georgia
The Housewarming Party (2007) … Georgia
The Emergency (2007) … Georgia
 2006 Pink Collar (TV Movie)
Hayden Flynn
 2006 Candles on Bay Street (TV Movie)
Dee Dee
 2006 Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker
Jack Starbright
 2005 Queen B (TV Movie)
Beatrice ‘Bea’
 2005 Silence Becomes You
Violet
 2005 Beauty Shop
Lynn
 2004 Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (Video Game)
Heather (voice)
 2003 Miss Match (TV Series)
Kate Fox

The Price of Love (2003) … Kate Fox
Most Hopeless Romantics (2003) … Kate Fox
Miss Communication (2003) … Kate Fox
Matchmaker, Matchmaker (2003) … Kate Fox
Forgive and Forget (2003) … Kate Fox
 2001-2003 Braceface (TV Series)
Sharon Spitz

Funny Business (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
Up in Smoke (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
When in Elkford (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
Aliens (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
Pegged (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
 2003/I Scorched
Sheila Rilo
 2002 Rock My World
Nat
 2000 Love’s Labour’s Lost
The Princess
 1997 Excess Baggage
Emily
 1997 Batman & Robin
Batgirl / Barbara Wilson
 1995 The Babysitter
Jennifer
 1995 True Crime (Video)
Mary Giordano
 1995 Clueless
Cher
 1995 Hideaway
Regina
 1995 Le nouveau monde
Trudy Wadd
 1994 Aerosmith: Crazy (Video short)
Schoolgirl
 1994 Aerosmith: Big Ones You Can Look at (Video)
Teenage Girl (“Cryin'”, “Amazing”, “Crazy”)
 1994 Cool and the Crazy (TV Movie)
Roslyn
 1994 Rebel Highway (TV Series)
Roslyn

Cool and the Crazy (1994) … Roslyn
 1993 Aerosmith: Amazing (Video short)
Teenage Girl
 1993 Aerosmith: Cryin’ (Video short)
Teenage Girl
 1993 Scattered Dreams (TV Movie)
Phyllis Messenger
 1993 Torch Song (TV Movie)
Delphine
 1993 The Crush
Darian Forrester
 1992 The Wonder Years (TV Series)
Jessica

Road Test (1992) … Jessica

ALICIA SILVERSTONE

Alicia Silverstone was born on October 4, 1976 in San Francisco, California, the youngest of three children. She is the daughter of Didi (Radford), a former flight attendant, and Monty Silverstone, a real estate investor. Her English-born father is from a Jewish family, while her Scottish-born mother converted to Judaism. Alicia’s career began at …
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Actress (59 credits)
  Judy Small (filming)
Susan Howard
 2018 American Woman (TV Series)
Bonnie Nolan

I Will Survive (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
Obstacles and Assets (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
The Breakthrough (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
Jack (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
The Agreement (2018) … Bonnie Nolan
 2018 Book Club
Jill
 2017 The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Martin’s Mother
 2017 Jeff & Some Aliens (TV Series)
Alison / Denise / Scarlett / …

Jeff & Some Love Simulations (2017) … Denise / Scarlett (voice)
Jeff & Some Laughs (2017) … Alison (voice)
Jeff & Some Preteen Girls (2017) … Alison / Talent Show Teacher (voice)
 2016 Who Gets the Dog?
Olive Greene
 2016/I Catfight
Lisa
 2016 King Cobra
Janette
 2015 Making a Scene with James Franco (TV Series short)
Janet / Marcy D’Arcy / Charlotte

One’s Company (2015) … Janet
Murdered with Children (2015) … Marcy D’Arcy
Breaking Sex (2015) … Charlotte
 2015 The Nutcracker Sweet (Video)
Marie (voice)
 2014 HR (TV Movie)
Ellen Bell
 2014 Jungle Shuffle
Sacha (voice)
 2014 Angels in Stardust
Tammy
 2013 Ass Backwards
Laurel
 2012 Vamps
Goody
 2012 Suburgatory (TV Series)
Eden

The Motherload (2012) … Eden
The Great Compromise (2012) … Eden
Hear No Evil (2012) … Eden
Entering Eden (2012) … Eden
 2011 Butter
Jill
 2011 Childrens Hospital (TV Series)
Kelly

Munch by Proxy (2011) … Kelly
 2011 The Art of Getting By
Ms. Herman
 2009 My Mother’s Red Hat (Video short)
 2008 Bad Mother’s Handbook (TV Movie)
Karen
 2008 Tropic Thunder
Alicia Silverstone – Awards Ceremony
 2007 The Singles Table (TV Series)
Georgia

The Work Dinner (2007) … Georgia
The Brawl (2007) … Georgia
Georgia’s Big Move (2007) … Georgia
The Housewarming Party (2007) … Georgia
The Emergency (2007) … Georgia
 2006 Pink Collar (TV Movie)
Hayden Flynn
 2006 Candles on Bay Street (TV Movie)
Dee Dee
 2006 Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker
Jack Starbright
 2005 Queen B (TV Movie)
Beatrice ‘Bea’
 2005 Silence Becomes You
Violet
 2005 Beauty Shop
Lynn
 2004 Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (Video Game)
Heather (voice)
 2003 Miss Match (TV Series)
Kate Fox

The Price of Love (2003) … Kate Fox
Most Hopeless Romantics (2003) … Kate Fox
Miss Communication (2003) … Kate Fox
Matchmaker, Matchmaker (2003) … Kate Fox
Forgive and Forget (2003) … Kate Fox
 2001-2003 Braceface (TV Series)
Sharon Spitz

Funny Business (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
Up in Smoke (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
When in Elkford (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
Aliens (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
Pegged (2003) … Sharon Spitz (voice)
 2003/I Scorched
Sheila Rilo
 2002 Rock My World
Nat
 2000 Love’s Labour’s Lost
The Princess
 1997 Excess Baggage
Emily
 1997 Batman & Robin
Batgirl / Barbara Wilson
 1995 The Babysitter
Jennifer
 1995 True Crime (Video)
Mary Giordano
 1995 Clueless
Cher
 1995 Hideaway
Regina
 1995 Le nouveau monde
Trudy Wadd
 1994 Aerosmith: Crazy (Video short)
Schoolgirl
 1994 Aerosmith: Big Ones You Can Look at (Video)
Teenage Girl (“Cryin'”, “Amazing”, “Crazy”)
 1994 Cool and the Crazy (TV Movie)
Roslyn
 1994 Rebel Highway (TV Series)
Roslyn

Cool and the Crazy (1994) … Roslyn
 1993 Aerosmith: Amazing (Video short)
Teenage Girl
 1993 Aerosmith: Cryin’ (Video short)
Teenage Girl
 1993 Scattered Dreams (TV Movie)
Phyllis Messenger
 1993 Torch Song (TV Movie)
Delphine
 1993 The Crush
Darian Forrester
 1992 The Wonder Years (TV Series)
Jessica

Road Test (1992) … Jessica

REMY BENNETT

Rémy Bennett is an actress and director, known for The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Buttercup Bill (2014) and Newly Single (2017).
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Actress (12 credits)
 2015 Eat Prey (Short) (completed)
Fran
 2018 Living Room Coffin
Patricia
 2017 Newly Single
Francine
 2015/V Base (Short)
Rita
 2015 Valedictorian
Julia
 2014 The Leftovers (TV Series)
Tina

Two Boats and a Helicopter (2014) … Tina (as Remy Bennett)
 2014 Buttercup Bill
Pernilla
 2013 The Wolf of Wall Street
Abby (as Remy Bennett)
 2010 Rufur (Short)
Isabel
 2010 Boardwalk Empire (TV Series)
Floozy

A Return to Normalcy (2010) … Floozy (as Remy Bennett)
 2008 Zip ‘n Zoo (Short)
Natalie
Hide Hide Show Show Director (2 credits)
 2012 Evil Cowards: Bedford Avenue Wine Distributors (Video short) (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (2 credits)
 2014 Buttercup Bill (co-writer)
 2010 Rufur (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Art department (1 credit)
 2015 High Phantom Playback (Short) (assistant art director) (completed)

Ashley Scott

Ashley Scott

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Born Ashley McCall Scott
(1977-07-13) July 13, 1977 (age 41)
Metairie, Louisiana, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Spouse(s) Anthony Rhulen (2004–2008, divorced)[1]
Steve Hart (January 2010 – present, 2 daughters)

Ashley McCall Scott (born July 13, 1977) is an American actress and model, best known for her roles in the television series Jericho, Birds of Prey, and Dark Angel. She had a major role in the 2004 remake of Walking Tall, and has starred in a number of television movies on the Lifetime network since 2010.

Early life[edit]

Scott was born in Metairie, Louisiana, but raised in Charleston, South Carolina.[1]

She began her modeling career as a young girl and was a 1993 Elite Model Look finalist. As a teenager, Scott became a model for Elite Miami. She modeled internationally in fashion shows in Miami, Paris and London. Scott has modeled for photos on the cover of numerous publications.

Acting[edit]

Scott’s first screen credit was as Gigolo Jane in the 2001 feature film A.I. Artificial Intelligence. While Scott has had supporting roles and bit parts in a number of feature films – including Walking Tall (2004), Into the Blue (2005), The Kingdom (2007), and 12 Rounds (2009) – she has had a number of lead and recurring roles on television.

In 2001, Scott was cast as series regular Asha Barlow on the Fox science fiction series Dark Angel. In 2002, Scott was cast as Helena Kyle/Huntress on the WB television drama series Birds of Prey. She starred as Emily Sullivan for both seasons (2006—2009) on the CBS series Jericho. She was cast as series regular Mary in the first season (2015) of the Lifetime network’s comedy-drama series UnREAL.

Since 2010, Scott has starred in a number of made for television movies, primarily for the Lifetime network.

In 2013, Scott voiced the character Maria in the video game The Last of Us.

Personal life[edit]

Scott was married to producer Anthony Rhulen (The Butterfly Effect, Lucky Number Slevin) from 2004 to 2008. Scott has been married to Steve Hart, lead singer of the band Worlds Apart, since 2010. They live in Los Angeles, California, with their two daughters.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 A.I. Artificial Intelligence Gigolo Jane
2003 S.W.A.T. Lara
2004 Walking Tall Deni
2004 Evil Remains Sharon
2004 Lost Judy
2005 Into the Blue Amanda
2005 Just Friends Janice
2006 Puff, Puff, Pass Elise direct-to-video
2007 The Kingdom Janine Ripon
2008 Strange Wilderness Cheryl
2009 12 Rounds Molly Porter

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001–2002 Dark Angel Asha Barlow Main role (season 2)
2002–2003 Birds of Prey Helena Kyle / The Huntress Main role
2006 Deceit Sam Pruitt Television film
2006–2008 Jericho Emily Sullivan Main role
2009 Fear Itself Lisa Episode: “The Circle”
2009 CSI: Miami Zoe Belle Episode: “Target Specific”
2010 NCIS Dana Hutton Episode: “Obsession”
2010 Christmas Mail Kristi North Television film
2012 Unstable Christine March Television film
2013 The Perfect Boyfriend April Television film
2013 Summoned Laura Price Television film
2013 The Nightmare Nanny Annie Television film
2013 Holiday Road Trip Maya Television film
2015 16 and Missing Julia Television film
2015 UnREAL Mary Newhouse Main role (season 1)
2016 Broken Promise Mina Gardner Television film
2016 A Killer Walks Amongst Us Hathaway Television film
2017 Fatal Defense Arden Walsh Television film
2017 A Woman Deceived Elizabeth Television film
2017 Manny Dearest Karen Clark Television film
2018 A Tale of Two Coreys Sheila Feldman Television film

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2013 The Last of Us Maria Voice & motion capture

Deanna Meske

Deanna’s on camera Age Range is 29 – 40 years old. Deanna Meske ‘pronounced Mesky’ is and Actress and Producer who has recently also been wearing the Directors hat in a few short films. Born to a family of 6, grew up with 4 brothers and one other sister in a small town in Northern CA. Known for NCIS New Orleans (2016), Elsa & Fred (2014), iKllr (…
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Actress (52 credits)
  Replicate (completed)
Mrs. Watson – Replaced Parent
 2016 Daffodil (Short) (completed)
Woman
 2018 Midnight Death (Short)
Jocelin Casto
 2018 The Night Sitter
Charlotte
 2016 The Z Effect
Rachel / Dina
 2016 The Atonement (TV Mini-Series)
Emily Thornton
 2016/I Midnight Thirst (Short)
Jocelin Casto
 2016 Here Comes Rusty
News Reporter
 2016 NCIS: New Orleans (TV Series)
Lily Bujei

Father’s Day (2016) … Lily Bujei
 2015 Sunset Strip Crime (Short)
Mildred Bellafondle
 2014 #iKllr
Lead News Anchor
 2013-2014 Government Lies (TV Mini-Series)
Erica Weston

Brainwashed (2014) … Erica Weston
Deceived (2014) … Erica Weston
Undercover (2013) … Erica Weston
Briefcase (2013) … Erica Weston
Pilot (2013) … Erica Weston
 2014 Dragula (Short)
Avon Lady #2
 2014 Hazard Jack
Barbie
 2014 House of Horrors: Kidnapped (TV Series documentary)
Cindy Hendy

The Toy Box Killer (2014) … Cindy Hendy (uncredited)
 2014 Elsa & Fred
Laura
 2013 Pendejo (Idiot)
Becky
 2013 Chatter: Paranormal Twist (Short)
Amy
 2013 Homelicide (Short)
Sheila
 2013 Southern Fried Homicide (TV Series documentary)
Miss Daisy

Kissing Cousins (2013) … Miss Daisy
 2013 John Stewart: Rise of the New Lantern (Short)
Katma Tui
 2012 Spring Break ’83
Contestant (uncredited)
 2012 The Creepy Guy (TV Series short)
Sabrina
 2012 New Orleans Pie (TV Series)
Courtney

It Could Happen (2012) … Courtney
Episode #1.3 (2012) … Courtney
Episode #1.2 (2012) … Courtney
Pilot (2012) … Courtney
 2012 The Summer of Massacre
Young Mother
 2011 Eye of the Beholder (Video short)
Veronica
 2011 Project Z (Short)
Dr. Scanland
 2011 Mardi Gras: Spring Break
Party Guest (uncredited)
 2011 Theraphobia (Short)
Tami Bison
 2011 Martian 2 (Video short)
Terra (voice)
 2010/II Checkmate (Video short)
Mona
 2010 1000 Ways to Die (TV Series documentary)
Roommate Jockey

Cure for the Common Death, Part II (2010) … Roommate Jockey
 2010/II Night Shift (Short)
Diva
 2010 #1 Cheerleader Camp (Video)
Mrs. Simmons
 2010 Entourage (TV Series)
Model

Stunted (2010) … Model (uncredited)
 2010 The Threat (Short)
Sarah
 2010 Martian (Video short)
Terra (voice)
 2010 1000 Ways to Lie (TV Movie)
Hot Southern Bell
 2009 Girls Gone Gangsta
Psychiatrist
 2009/I The Ripple Effect (Short)
Shelly
 2009 Melrose Place (TV Series)
Waitress

Cahuenga (2009) … Waitress (uncredited)
 2009 The Final Destination
Mother (uncredited)
 2009 Midnight Bayou (TV Movie)
Bridesmaid / Best Friend (uncredited)
 2009 The Way of War
Dancer (uncredited)
 2008 High Definition (Short)
Mrs. Levinson
 2008 Dixie Melodie (TV Movie)
Splendid
 2008 Dance World Revelations
Summer Fairy
 2008 At the House of Madness (Video)
Sarah
 2007 K-Ville (TV Series)
Calendar Model / Vin Baer’s Date

Flood, Wind, and Fire (2007) … Calendar Model (uncredited)
AKA (2007) … Vin Baer’s Date (uncredited)

Pauley Perrette

Pauley Perrette

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Pauley Perrette
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Perrette at the 2014 AHA Hero Dog Awards
Born (1969-03-27) March 27, 1969 (age 49)[1]
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Other names Pauley P.
Alma mater Valdosta State University

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Occupation Actress, singer, writer, entrepreneur[2]
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s)
Coyote Shivers
(m. 2000; div. 2004)

[3]

Pauley Perrette (born March 27, 1969)[1] is an American actress, best known for playing Abby Sciuto on the U.S. TV series NCIS. She is also a published writer,[4] singer and civil rights advocate.[5]

Early life[edit]

Perrette was born in New Orleans and raised throughout the southern United States.[5] On The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, she told host Craig Ferguson that she lived in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, New Jersey, and California.[6] In a 2011 interview with the Associated Press, Perrette confessed her early ambitions were to work with animals, be in a rock and roll band or be an FBI agent.[7]

Perrette attended Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia, where she studied criminal justice,[8] and later moved to New York City to study at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In New York, she held a variety of jobs: “Not only was I bartending in the club kids scene, with a bra and combat boots and a white Mohawk, but I also wore a sandwich board on roller skates passing out flyers for Taco Bell in the Diamond District.” Perrette also worked as a cook on a Manhattan dinner cruise boat.[7]

Career[edit]

Perrette at the NOH8 Campaign in 2009

Perrette has worked in television and film, mostly doing commercials, voice-overs, music videos and short films. She worked as a bartender in New York City.[5] While working odd jobs in New York, she was introduced by a friend to an advertising agency director. From then on, according to Perrette, “I started booking commercials like crazy!”[citation needed]This prompted her move to Los Angeles, where she had a variety of bit parts and made several guest appearances.[7] She appeared as a waitress at Cafe Nervosa on the sitcom Frasier during season four (in the episode “Three Dates and a Break Up”), and she guest starred in season one of 24. She has made appearances in several films, including The Ring and Almost Famous.

In 2001, as a recurring character introduced in season two of Special Unit 2, she played Alice Cramer, the Unit’s public relations person. She landed her most prominent role, playing Abby Sciuto, an eccentric forensic scientist, on NCIS, a TV series based on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Perrette’s initial appearances as the character were on two episodes of JAG aired in spring of 2003 that served as a backdoor pilot and introduced the characters. She has since appeared as Abby in two 2009 episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles, as well as in two episodes of NCIS: New Orleans in 2014 and 2016.

The character Abby Sciuto was created by Donald P. Bellisario, who “wanted to create … a character who was seemingly an ‘alternafreak,’ while portraying her as perhaps the smartest, most capable person on television. Not a junkie, killer, loser, or television stereotype.” Perrette added some of her own “contributions” to the character, and also conferred with her friend Clint Catalyst, the “author of Cottonmouth Kisses [who is] often brought in as a guest on TV shows when they are doing pieces on goth or alternative culture.” Perrette explained that “Clint and I and our 3,000 closest friends all play together … We’ve never sat around and labeled each other. Sure, there are nights when a certain event leans more towards one style than the other, but it’s not like some turf war with gang colors.” Like her character, Perrette has often been asked if she’s goth or punk, to which her response is “Who cares?” Consequently, she told her employers that her character isn’t the type to seek out a label; Abby “wouldn’t call herself anything but Abby … What she represents is a smart, capable chick that cannot be reduced to a stereotype.”[9]

In addition to acting, Perrette is a published poet, writer (her short story “Cheers…” appears in the anthology Pills, Thrills, Chills, and Heartache: Adventures in the First Person), photographer, and spoken-word artist, a lover of music of all kinds, and a passionate advocate for civil rights. In 2007, she began production on a documentary about U.S. civil rights attorney and author Mark Lane.[5][10] Entitled Citizen Lane, it was completed in 2013.[11]

In a 2005 interview with Craig Ferguson (host of The Late, Late Show), Perrette said she has a lifelong crime obsession. She was an undergrad student in sociology, psychology, and criminal science. She started her master’s degree in criminal science before ending up in the entertainment industry.[6]

In the January/February 2010 Performer Q Score, Perrette tied in the top 3 alongside Tom Hanks and Morgan Freeman. She was also the only woman to make the top 10.[12]

On October 4, 2017, TV Guide reported Perrette would be leaving the series at the end of the 15th season; she made her final appearance in the episode “Two Steps Back.”[13]

As of Winter of 2018, her Q Score is 44, giving her the highest score of all current female TV actresses.[14]

Perrette started appearing in television commercials for Expedia.com in late 2010. She made a guest appearance as a judge on season four, episode six of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Music[edit]

Perrette recorded her song “Fear” (co-written with Tom Polce) under the name “Stop Making Friends”. The song was recorded for NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack which was released on February 10, 2009. “Fear” was featured in the NCIS episode “Aliyah” (season 6 episode 25), according to the soundtrack’s website.[15]

Prior to this, Perrette was the lead singer in the Los Angeles-based, all-female band Lo-Ball, using the stage name “Pauley P.”[16] The song “Can’t Get Me Down” by Lo-Ball is heard in the movie Legally Blonde. Perrette appeared in “The Unnamed Feeling” video for heavy metal band Metallica from their album St. Anger. In 2011, Perrette was the featured vocalist on a song called “Fire in Your Eyes” by B. Taylor, a Las Vegas-based hip-hop artist.[17]

Personal life[edit]

Perrette in October 2009

Perrette was married for three years to actor and musician Coyote Shivers. She was granted restraining orders against him after leaving him; she has alleged that Shivers subjected her to physical, emotional, and sexual abuse during and after their marriage.[3]

Perrette supports many charitable organizations, including animal rescue organizations, the American Red Cross, civil rights organizations, and LGBT rights organizations. During the fall of 2008, Perrette opposed the California ballot initiative Proposition 8, writing a public letter urging Californians to vote against the measure.[18] She is a member of the Hollywood United Methodist Church.[19]

She was engaged to cameraman Michael Bosman; however, the two were not legally married, saying they would wait until everyone can get married in the United States. They instead filed for all the legal protections that are available to same-sex couples. The couple had dated for four years, but Bosman did not propose until the legalization of same-sex marriage in California in June 2008. The couple then campaigned very publicly against California’s Prop. 8.[20] Perrette and Bosman later split, and in December 2011, she announced her engagement to former British Royal Marine Thomas Arklie.[21] She had again announced that the couple would not marry until Proposition 8 is invalidated.[22]

Perrette toured the real NCIS offices on September 30, 2005, accompanied by an Entertainment Tonight camera crew. During the tour, NCIS Regional Forensic Lab director Dawn Sorenson (Abby’s real life counterpart) told Perrette, “You make us all look good, so we’re grateful.”[23]

Perrette worked with America’s Most Wanted in February 2004 to present the city of Prattville, Alabama, with a check for $10,000, which will be used to supplement the reward offer for information leading to the arrest of the person who killed Shannon Paulk.[24] Paulk was from Prattville, Alabama, near where Perrette had once lived as a child. Perrette also donated $10,000 to Detroit law enforcement officials in 2007 to be used as a reward for information regarding the disappearance/murder of Raven Jeffries,[25] a 7-year-old Detroit girl. (Perrette’s then husband was from Detroit.)[26] The story originally aired on America’s Most Wanted on September 8, 2007 on Fox. She also asked them for help in finding the person(s) who killed her friend, Lisa Williamson, who was murdered in 2007 after her Detroit home was set on fire. In 2009, Perrette worked with America’s Most Wanted on the case of Tammy Vincent.[27]

Perrette, who is a natural blonde, was hospitalized in 2014 after “a severe allergic reaction to her [character’s] trademark ink-black [hair] color.” She told CBS News in Los Angeles that her face had swollen to twice its size and warned that “anyone out there [who] dyes their hair, particularly black, you need to be aware of the symptoms.”[28]

On November 12, 2015, Perrette was assaulted by a homeless man outside of her Hollywood Hills home.[29] Los Angeles Police arrested David Merck, 45, and charged him with suspicion of making criminal threats and felony assault.[29] Perrette later told Entertainment Tonight that she does not blame her attacker nor does she hold ill will against him.[29]

Perrette co-owns Donna Bell’s Bake Shop, named for her mother, in Manhattan, New York City.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 The Price of Kissing Renee
1998 Hand on the Pump Hi-Girl
Hoofboy Short film
2000 Civility Carolyn
Almost Famous Alice Wisdom
2001 My First Mister Bebe
2002 The Ring Beth
Red Skies Patty Peirson
Hungry Hearts Cokie Conner
2003 Ash Tuesday Gina Mascara
Brother Bear Female Lover Bear Voice
2004 Cut and Run Jolene
A Moment of Grace Dr. Grace Peters
2005 Potheads: The Movie LuLu
2008 The Singularity Is Near Ramona
2010 Satan Hates You Marie Flowers
2011 Pride Angela[30] Short Film
2012 I Am Bad Mom [31]
Superman vs. The Elite Lois Lane Voice; straight-to-video
2013 Citizen Lane Self Documentary on Mark Lane
Director, writer, executive producer
2015 Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery Delilah Domino / The Crimson Witch Voice; straight-to-video

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1994 Magical Make-Over Shannon ABC Afterschool Specials
1996–97 Murder One Gwen 10 episodes
1996 Frasier Waitress 2 episodes (credited as: Pauley P)
1997 Early Edition Theresa Laparco Episode: “Mob Wife” (credited as: Pauley P)
1998
That’s Life Lisa 6 episodes
The Naked Truth Ilana Episode: “The Seer and the Sucker”
The Drew Carey Show Darcy 4 episodes
1999 Batman Beyond Cop (voice) Episode: “Golem”
Jesse Gwen 3 episodes
Veronica’s Closet Nicole Episode: “Veronica’s Little Ruse”
Batman Beyond: The Movie Police officer Voice
1999–2000 Time of Your Life Cecilia Wiznarksi 21 episodes
2001 Smash Charley Unknown episodes
Dead Last Erica Episode: “Death Is in the Air”
Philly Angela Episode: “Light My Fire”
Dawson’s Creek Rachel Weir, Ph.D. 2 episodes
The American Shame Associate producer
2001–02 Special Unit 2 Alice Cramer 4 episodes
2002 24 Tanya 2 episodes
Haunted Nadine Episode: “Fidelity”
2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Candeece Episode: “Lady Heather’s Box”
JAG Abby Sciuto 2 episodes: “Ice Queen”, “Meltdown”
2003–2018 NCIS 352 episodes: Series regular
2009 NCIS: Los Angeles 2 episodes: “Random on Purpose”, “Killshot”
2014, 2016 NCIS: New Orleans 2 episodes: “Carrier”, “Sister City (Part II)”
2017 When We Rise Robin Miniseries, 1 episode

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Blade Runner Lucy Devlin

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2014 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Dramatic TV Actress[32] NCIS Nominated
2016 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress[33] NCIS Nominated
BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting Award Best Female Vocal Performance in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical Short[34] Scooby-Doo! And Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery Nominated
2017 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress[35] NCIS Nominated

NATALIE HULTMAN

Natalie Hultman was born on June 14, 1977 in Austin, Texas, USA as Jennifer Elaina Hultman. She is an actress and producer, known for One Desperate Day, Dead Retribution (2011) and The Sickle (2015).
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Actress (25 credits)
 2013 Bayou Talent (Short) (completed)
Summer Sheen
 2015 The Sickle
#1 Girl being interviewed
 2014 Rachel’s Madcap Theater (Short)
Georgie
 2014 Chosen
Barbara Williams
 2013 The Animal Instinct (Short)
Receptionist / VO
 2013 Eric’s Illumination (Short)
Hooker
 2012 Fleshlight (Short)
Chloe
 2012 Christmas Angel (TV Movie)
Becca Holloway (uncredited)
 2012 Impressionable (Short)
Joanie Hatch
 2011 Dead Retribution
Mary Kilpatrick
 2011 Lavender and Peroxide (Short)
Miss Clean
 2011 Project Z (Short)
Wife
 2008 Malice in Wonderland
Sophia
 2007 Orange Metal Cup (Short)
 2007 Dharini (Short)
Nicole
 2006 Angelic Assassin (Short)
Bad Girl
 2005 In Her Shoes
M.A.C. Store Customer (uncredited)
 2005 The Sobbing Stone
Elizabeth
 2004 Interpol Investigates (TV Series documentary)
Diana Russell

Body Double (2004) … Diana Russell
 2004 Steam Cloud Rising
Aria
 2003 Gods and Generals
Civilian (uncredited)
 2001 Ed (TV Series)
Shandi / Prom Guest / Extra

Replacements (2001) … Shandi (uncredited)
Prom Night (2001) … Prom Guest (uncredited)
Losing Streak (2001) … Extra (uncredited)
 2000 Unbreakable
Extra (uncredited)

KATHRYN TALBOT

Kathryn Talbot is an actress, known for It Takes a Killer (2016), Love Me True (2015) and Love and Larceny (2012).
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Actress (9 credits)
 2017 It Takes a Killer (TV Series)
Multiple roles

Spoiled, Rotten, & Ruthless (2017) … Multiple roles
The Bad Son (2017) … Multiple roles
 2016 Murderous Affairs (TV Series)
Multiple roles

Bad Lovers (2016) … Multiple roles
 2016/I Help Me (Short)
Danetta Longfellow
 2015 Love Me True
Church attendee
 2015 Get Hard
Mansion Guest (uncredited)
 2014 Tour De Pants (Short)
Mrs. Robinson
 2012 Love and Larceny (Short)
Patricia’s Mother
 2009 Kink (Short)
Woman on stairs
 2006 The Last Time
Office worker (uncredited)

ELIZABETH AUSTIN

Elizabeth Austin is known for her work on Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014), Thelema the Equinox Diaries and How to Love a Geek.
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Actress (7 credits)
 2014 Devil’s Due
Sam’s Friend (uncredited)
 2013 Philosophy of Hate (Short)
Maria
 2012 Saving Emily (Short)
Sara
 2012 The House of Mystery Vigorsol (Short)
Drunk Girl
 2012 Fatal Encounters (TV Series documentary)
Jenny

White Hot Rage … Jenny
Hide Hide Show Show Stunts (1 credit)
 2014 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (stunt double: Keri Russell)