KERRY BISHE

Kerry Lynne Bishé is a New Zealand-born American actress, known for her lead role as Donna Clark in the AMC television series Halt and Catch Fire (2014). Bishé played the lead/narrator role on the final season of ABC’s medical sitcom Scrubs (2001) and starred in the critically acclaimed drama film Argo (2012).
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Actress (33 credits)
 2016 Brooke (TV Movie) (completed)
Brooke
 2018 The Romanoffs (TV Series)
Shelly Romanoff

The Royal We (2018) … Shelly Romanoff
 2018 How It Ends
Meg
 2014-2017 Halt and Catch Fire (TV Series)
Donna Clark / Donna Emerson

Search (2017) … Donna Emerson
Ten of Swords (2017) … Donna Emerson
Goodwill (2017) … Donna Emerson
Who Needs a Guy (2017) … Donna Emerson
A Connection Is Made (2017) … Donna Emerson
 2017 Narcos (TV Series)
Christina Jurado

Convivir (2017) … Christina Jurado
Best Laid Plans (2017) … Christina Jurado
MRO (2017) … Christina Jurado
Follow the Money (2017) … Christina Jurado
The Kingpin Strategy (2017) … Christina Jurado
 2016 He Does Not Want Peace (Short)
Olivia Bacon
 2016/I Rupture
Dianne
 2016/I The Ticket
Jessica
 2016/I Rise (Short)
Robot
 2016 Billions (TV Series)
Elise

Short Squeeze (2016) … Elise
 2015 Public Morals (TV Series)
Sarah

Starts with a Snowflake (2015) … Sarah
Collection Day (2015) … Sarah
 2013 Blue Highway
Kerry
 2013 Grand Piano
Emma Selznick
 2013 Goodbye World
Lily Palmer
 2013 Max Rose
Annie Rose
 2012 The Fitzgerald Family Christmas
Sharon Fitzgerald
 2012 Argo
Kathy Stafford
 2011 Iceland (TV Movie)
Mackenzie
 2011 Newlyweds
Linda
 2011 Turkey Bowl
Kerry
 2011 Red State
Cheyenne
 2010 Nice Guy Johnny
Brooke
 2010 Meskada
Emily Cordin
 2009-2010 Scrubs (TV Series)
Lucy Bennett

Our Thanks (2010) … Lucy Bennett
Our Driving Issues (2010) … Lucy Bennett
Our Dear Leaders (2010) … Lucy Bennett
Our True Lies (2010) … Lucy Bennett
Our Stuff Gets Real (2010) … Lucy Bennett
 2009 Virtuality (TV Movie)
Billie Kashmiri
 2009 Royal Pains (TV Series)
Emma Newberg

Strategic Planning (2009) … Emma Newberg
 2009 Life on Mars (TV Series)
Eve Flannery

The Simple Secret of the Note in Us All (2009) … Eve Flannery
 2009/I Motherhood
Good Sharing Mom
 2008 Night Life (TV Movie)
Violet
 2008 The Understudy
April
 2008 Sex and the City
Twenty-Something Girl Dreaming
 2008 The Lucky Ones
College Girl
 2007 The Half Life of Mason Lake
Sarah Rosen
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VALERIE CRUZ

Cruz recently joined the cast of FOX’s hit series The Following where she plays strong-willed FBI Agent Gina Mendez, who alongside Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon), heads the investigation on serial killer Joe Carroll (James Purefoy). Season three of the psychological drama series returns in March 2, 2015. Prior to this, Cruz’s leading role as Grace …
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Actress (46 credits)
 2018 Charmed (TV Series)
Marisol Vera

Pilot (2018) … Marisol Vera
 2018 Life Sentence (TV Series)
Gina

Then and Now (2018) … Gina
Love Factually (2018) … Gina
The Way We Work (2018) … Gina
 2018 The Resident (TV Series)
Renata Lopez

Pilot (2018) … Renata Lopez
 2017 Doubt (TV Series)
Commissioner Olivia Jimenez

Top Dog/Underdog (2017) … Commissioner Olivia Jimenez
 2017 Chicago Justice (TV Series)
Miranda Sharp

Lily’s Law (2017) … Miranda Sharp
 2016 My First Miracle
Heidi
 2016/I Custody
Claudia Sanjuro
 2015 Quantico (TV Series)
Vera Rodriguez

God. (2015) … Vera Rodriguez
 2014-2015 The Following (TV Series)
Agent Gina Mendez / Agent Mendez

Dead or Alive (2015) … Agent Gina Mendez
Flesh & Blood (2015) … Agent Gina Mendez
A Hostile Witness (2015) … Agent Mendez
Home (2015) … Agent Gina Mendez
Exposed (2015) … Agent Gina Mendez
 2014 The Loft
Barbara Stevens
 2014 Bosch (TV Series)
Teresa Corazón, Medical Examiner

Chapter One: ‘Tis the Season (2014) … Teresa Corazón, Medical Examiner (uncredited)
 2008-2013 Dexter (TV Series)
Sylvia Prado

Monkey in a Box (2013) … Sylvia Prado
Do You Take Dexter Morgan? (2008) … Sylvia Prado
Go Your Own Way (2008) … Sylvia Prado
About Last Night (2008) … Sylvia Prado
The Damage a Man Can Do (2008) … Sylvia Prado
 2013 NCIS (TV Series)
Anna

Detour (2013) … Anna
 2012 The Secret Lives of Wives (TV Movie)
Alyse
 2012 Homeland (TV Series)
Major Joy Mendez

In Memoriam (2012) … Major Joy Mendez
Broken Hearts (2012) … Major Joy Mendez
Two Hats (2012) … Major Joy Mendez
Beirut Is Back (2012) … Major Joy Mendez
The Smile (2012) … Major Joy Mendez
 2012 Necessary Roughness (TV Series)
Vera Dade

Double Fault (2012) … Vera Dade
Spell It Out (2012) … Vera Dade
 2012 Scandal (TV Series)
Carolina Flores

Enemy of the State (2012) … Carolina Flores
 2012 Grimm (TV Series)
Dr. Levine

Organ Grinder (2012) … Dr. Levine
 2011 Alphas (TV Series)
Kathy Sullivan

Original Sin (2011) … Kathy Sullivan
Catch and Release (2011) … Kathy Sullivan
Rosetta (2011) … Kathy Sullivan
Cause and Effect (2011) … Kathy Sullivan
 2011 The Glades (TV Series)
Dr. Sophie Perez

Dirty Little Secrets (2011) … Dr. Sophie Perez
 2011 Off the Map (TV Series)
Dr. Zita Alvarez

There’s a Lot to Miss About the Jungle (2011) … Dr. Zita Alvarez
Hold on Tight (2011) … Dr. Zita Alvarez
Everything’s as It Should Be (2011) … Dr. Zita Alvarez
I’m Home (2011) … Dr. Zita Alvarez
There’s Nothing to Fix (2011) … Dr. Zita Alvarez
 2010 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Brooke Sanchez

Parasite (2010) … Brooke Sanchez
 2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
U.S. Attorney Camilla Velez

Shadow (2010) … U.S. Attorney Camilla Velez
 2009 True Blood (TV Series)
Isabel

I Will Rise Up (2009) … Isabel
Timebomb (2009) … Isabel
Release Me (2009) … Isabel
Hard-Hearted Hannah (2009) … Isabel
Never Let Me Go (2009) … Isabel
 2009 The Devil’s Tomb
Dr. Elissa Cardell
 2009 The Line
Olivia
 2009 Dollhouse (TV Series)
Selena Ramirez

A Spy in the House of Love (2009) … Selena Ramirez
 2009 Eleventh Hour (TV Series)
Coco Delgado

Olfactus (2009) … Coco Delgado
 2008 Street Warrior (TV Movie)
Maggie Kuerner
 2007-2008 The Dresden Files (TV Series)
Lt. Connie Murphy

Pilot: Storm Front (2008) … Lt. Connie Murphy
Second City (2007) … Lt. Connie Murphy
What About Bob? (2007) … Lt. Connie Murphy
Things That Go Bump (2007) … Lt. Connie Murphy
The Other Dick (2007) … Lt. Connie Murphy
 2007 Hidden Palms (TV Series)
Maria Nolan

Second Chances (2007) … Maria Nolan
Stand by Your Woman (2007) … Maria Nolan
Dangerous Liaisons (2007) … Maria Nolan
What Liza Beneath (2007) … Maria Nolan
Mulligan (2007) … Maria Nolan
 2007 LA Blues
Female Cop
 2006 Invasion (TV Series)
Colonel Sabrina Lopez

The Last Wave Goodbye (2006) … Colonel Sabrina Lopez
Re-Evolution (2006) … Colonel Sabrina Lopez
 2005 Inconceivable (TV Series)
Vanessa Calder

The Last Straw … Vanessa Calder
 2005 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Zona Cruz

No Man’s Land (2005) … Zona Cruz
 2005 LAX (TV Series)
Carla

Mixed Signals (2005) … Carla
 2004 Las Vegas (TV Series)
Madeline Pillsbury

Two of a Kind (2004) … Madeline Pillsbury
 2004 Crossing Jordan (TV Series)
Madeline Pillsbury

What Happens in Vegas Dies in Boston (2004) … Madeline Pillsbury
 2004 Cellular
Dana Bayback
 2004 1-800-Missing (TV Series)
Karen Moore

Delusional (2004) … Karen Moore
 2003 Nip/Tuck (TV Series)
Grace Santiago

Escobar Gallardo (2003) … Grace Santiago (credit only)
Antonia Ramos (2003) … Grace Santiago (credit only)
Montana/Sassy/Justice (2003) … Grace Santiago
Adelle Coffin (2003) … Grace Santiago (credit only)
Sofia Lopez II (2003) … Grace Santiago (credit only)
 2002 The Agency (TV Series)
Ms. Constanza Diaz

Heartless (2002) … Ms. Constanza Diaz
 2002 American Family (TV Series)
Officer #1

La Llorona: Part 1 (2002) … Officer #1
 2002 Strong Medicine (TV Series)
Almira

Precautions (2002) … Almira

VALERIE NIEHAUS

Valerie Niehaus was born on October 11, 1974 in Emsdetten, Germany. She is an actress, known for Flashback (2000), Verbotene Liebe (1995) and Der Mann mit dem Fagott (2011).
Actress (82 credits)
 2016-2018 Die Spezialisten – Im Namen der Opfer (TV Series)
Dr. Katrin Stoll

Gastfeindschaft (2018) … Dr. Katrin Stoll
Sonne statt Reagan (2018) … Dr. Katrin Stoll
Die Lüge (2018) … Dr. Katrin Stoll
Ein Tag im Juni (2018) … Dr. Katrin Stoll
Diamantenfieber (2017) … Dr. Katrin Stoll
 2018 Heute Show (TV Series)
Automobil-Lobbyistin

Episode #11.5 (2018) … Automobil-Lobbyistin
 2018 Die Toten von Salzburg – Zeugenmord (TV Movie)
Carolin Landsbergis
 2018 Kaugummiblase (Short)
Diane Bergmann-Fuchs
 2017 Meine fremde Freundin (TV Movie)
Andrea Bredow
 2017 Jella jagt das Glück (TV Movie)
Hilke
 2015-2016 Sketch History (TV Series)
Various

Episode #1.10 (2016) … Various
Episode #1.9 (2016) … Various
Episode #1.8 (2016) … Various
Episode #1.6 (2016) … Various
Episode #1.4 (2016) … Various
 2016/I Trieb
Valeria
 2016 Verdammt verliebt auf Malle (TV Movie)
Antonia Limpinski
 2015 Crossing Lines (TV Series)
Lana Goss

Dragon (2015) … Lana Goss
 2015 Der Lack ist ab (TV Series)
Dagmar

#darmspiegelung (2015) … Dagmar
 2015 Mordshunger – Wilder Westen (TV Movie)
Carola Schulze
 2015 Überleben an der Scheidungsfront (TV Movie)
Dieter Lindemann
 2015 Zwei Familien auf der Palme (TV Movie)
Sandy
 2015 Drunter & Brüder (TV Movie)
Charlotte Sander
 2015 Der Staatsanwalt (TV Series)
Anke Michelsen

Ritt in den Tod (2015) … Anke Michelsen
 2014 Schmidt – Chaos auf Rezept (TV Series)
Heike Dietz

Hochzeitstag (2014) … Heike Dietz
 2014 Der Rücktritt (TV Movie)
Petra Diroll
 2014 Frauenherzen (TV Movie)
Lila
 2013 Father of Four Sons (TV Series)
Jana Sender

Beichtgeheimnis (2013) … Jana Sender
 2013 Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei (TV Series)
Dr. Veronika Graf

Wilde Tiere (2013) … Dr. Veronika Graf
 2013 Kripo Holstein – Mord und Meer (TV Series)
Bettina Düttmann

Die letzte Fahrt (2013) … Bettina Düttmann
 2013 Mordshunger – Verbrechen und andere Delikatessen (TV Series)
Carola Schulze

Der Heiler (2013) … Carola Schulze
Eine Leiche zum Dessert (2013) … Carola Schulze
 2013 The Beautiful Spy (TV Movie)
Vera von Schalburg
 2013 Der Feind in meinem Leben (TV Movie)
Sabine Breiler
 2012 Beutolomäus und der falsche Verdacht (TV Movie)
Liliane Lercke
 2012 Mich gibt’s nur zweimal (TV Movie)
Karin Schreiber
 2012 Überleben an der Wickelfront (TV Movie)
Esther Lindemann
 2012 Double Trouble (TV Series)
Katja Lensky

Uneasy Rider (2012) … Katja Lensky
 2011 Das grosse Comeback (TV Movie)
Heike Plausen
 2011 Der Mann mit dem Fagott (TV Movie)
Gitta
 2011 Rosa Roth (TV Series)
Betty Paul

Notwehr (2011) … Betty Paul
 2011 Ausgerechnet Sex! (TV Movie)
Marie Hausmann
 2011 Stolberg (TV Series)
Anja Thiel

Abgezockt (2011) … Anja Thiel
 2005-2011 Donna Leon (TV Series)
Signora Fornari / Signora Gismondi

Das Mädchen seiner Träume (2011) … Signora Fornari
Beweise, dass es böse ist (2005) … Signora Gismondi
 2011 FunnyMovie (TV Series)
Wanda Mental

 2009-2011 Doctor’s Diary (TV Series)
Dr. Gina Amsel

Herr Ober! Mein Happy-End ist kalt! (2011) … Dr. Gina Amsel
Oh Gott! Mein Mann hat mich nackt gesehen! (2011) … Dr. Gina Amsel (uncredited)
Skandal! Hochzeitsnacht zu dritt (2011) … Dr. Gina Amsel
Ja, ich will – Aber wer will mich? (2009) … Dr. Gina Amsel
 2010 Garmischer Bergspitzen (TV Movie)
Christa Sailer
 2010 Vienna Crime Squad (TV Series)
Isabel Frohner

Tod eines Schnüfflers (2010) … Isabel Frohner
 2010 Die Liebe kommt mit dem Christkind (TV Movie)
Annemarie Eggert
 2009-2010 The Country Doctor (TV Series)
Constanze Wenzel / Constanze

In der Sackgasse (2010) … Constanze Wenzel
Lebenslügen (2010) … Constanze Wenzel
Schritte ins Ungewisse (2009) … Constanze Wenzel
Reanimationsversuche (2009) … Constanze Wenzel
Reine Nervensache (2009) … Constanze (credit only)
 2010 Sind denn alle Männer Schweine? (TV Movie)
Maja Nielsen
 2010 Kommissar LaBréa – Todesträume am Montparnasse (TV Movie)
Céline Charpentier
 2010 Kommissar LaBréa – Mord in der Rue St. Lazare (TV Movie)
Céline Charpentier
 2009 SOKO Stuttgart (TV Series)
Anna Tietz

Die kleine Zeugin (2009) … Anna Tietz
 2009 Eine Liebe in St. Petersburg (TV Movie)
Nora Sanders
 2009 Tierisch verliebt (TV Movie)
Katherina Mohr
 2009 Küstenwache (TV Series)
Franziska Nickel

Macht der Verzweiflung (2009) … Franziska Nickel
 2009 Kommissar LaBréa – Tod an der Bastille (TV Movie)
Céline Charpentier
 2009 Super Storm (TV Movie)
Andrea Schubert
 2008 Mogadischu (TV Movie)
Birgit Röhll
 2008 Unser Mann im Süden (TV Series)
Paula Arnsberg

Feuer und Flamme (2008) … Paula Arnsberg
 2008 Die Gustloff (TV Movie)
Erika Galetschky
 2007 Die Spezialisten: Kripo Rhein-Main (TV Series)
Sigrid Pfeiffer

Susannes Suche (2007) … Sigrid Pfeiffer
 2007 The Air Rescue Team (TV Series)
Sarah Liebermann

Kabale und Liebe (2007) … Sarah Liebermann
 2007 Mein alter Freund Fritz (TV Movie)
Schwester Vanessa
 2006 Beastly Male (Short)
Steffi
 2006 Grimm Love
Margit
 2006 Alles über Anna (TV Series)
Anna Hoffmann

Alles auf Anfang (2006) … Anna Hoffmann
Vollmond (2006) … Anna Hoffmann
Tabula Rasa (2006) … Anna Hoffmann
Blutsbande (2006) … Anna Hoffmann
Falscher Frieden (2006) … Anna Hoffmann
 2006 Rose unter Dornen (TV Movie)
Sofie Winter / Wahlberg
 2005 Vollgas – Gebremst wird später (TV Movie)
Kristina Holzbauer
 1999-2004 SOKO 5113 (TV Series)
Tina Klein / Tanja Lange / Lea Mertens

Total verfahren (2004) … Tina Klein
Um jeden Preis (2003) … Tanja Lange
Amour Fou (1999) … Lea Mertens
 2004 Inga Lindström (TV Series)
Hanna Bellmann

Wind über den Schären (2004) … Hanna Bellmann
 2003 Das bisschen Haushalt (TV Movie)
Irina Burger
 2002 Der Duft des Geldes (TV Movie)
Antonia Lenz
 2002 Königskinder (Short)
Hanna
 2002 Love Crash (TV Movie)
Ina / Jula
 2001 Balko (TV Series)
Claudia Scholler

Wer tötete Marilyn Monroe? (2001) … Claudia Scholler
 2001 Vera Brühne (TV Movie)
Helga Haddenhorst
 2001 Das Glück ist eine Insel (TV Movie)
Saskia Jansen
 2001 Rex: A Cop’s Best Friend (TV Series)
Sabine Bauer

Tödlicher Test (2001) … Sabine Bauer
 2001 Die Frau, die Freundin und der Vergewaltiger (TV Movie)
Maike Lilienthal
 2001 Der Fahnder (TV Series)
Marita Langen

Ohnmacht (2001) … Marita Langen
 2001 Ein unmöglicher Mann (TV Mini-Series)
Gaby Zerlinski
 2000 Die Gefesselten (TV Movie)
Luise Reimann
 2000 Flashback
Jeanette Fielmann
 2000 Klinik unter Palmen (TV Series)
Christine

Rache und Reue (2000) … Christine
Verbotene Gefühle (2000) … Christine
Irrwege des Schicksals (2000) … Christine
 1995-1997 Verbotene Liebe (TV Series)
Julia von Anstetten / Julia Sander

Episode #1.625 (1997) … Julia Sander (voice)
Episode #1.624 (1997) … Julia Sander (voice)
Episode #1.534 (1997) … Julia Sander
Episode #1.533 (1997) … Julia Sander
Episode #1.523 (1997) … Julia Sander
 1997 Rosamunde Pilcher (TV Series)
Christabel Lowyer

Stunden der Entscheidung (1997) … Christabel Lowyer
 1983 Rote Erde (TV Series)

Self (12 credits)
 2008 DAS! (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 28 November 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Lafer! Lichter! Lecker! (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 13 September 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Kölner Treff (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 29 February 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Volle Kanne (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Episode dated 29 February 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2006 Late Lounge: Club (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 16 March 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 NDR Talk Show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 3 March 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 ARD Buffet (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Episode dated 5 January 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 Zibb (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Episode dated 4 January 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2002 TV total (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 26 February 2002 (2002) … Herself
 1999 Die Harald Schmidt Show (TV Series)
Herself

 1995 Heikes Hausbesuch (TV Series)
Herself

CHELSEA TURNBO

Chelsea Turnbo is an actress, known for Birdemic 2: The Resurrection (2013), The Other Woman (2014) and Gala & Godfrey (2016).
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Actress (9 credits)
  Time Framed (completed)
Party Attendee
 2017 Del Playa
Lacey
 2016 Gala & Godfrey
Leo’s Intense GIrlfriend
 2014 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
sexy Elsa

 2014 The Other Woman
Receptionist
 2013 Legit (TV Series)
Hot Chick#2

Hoarders (2013) … Hot Chick#2
 2011 Back in the Game (Short)
Miss Turnbo
 2010 1000 Ways to Die (TV Series documentary)
Cheerleader

Death Watch (2010) … Cheerleader

TIFFANY BROUWER

Tiffany Brouwer was born on April 2, 1984 in Florida, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for The Help (2011), Star Trek Continues (2013) and How I Met Your Mother (2005).
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Actress (29 credits)
 2018 Beyond White Space (completed)
Ragsland
 2016 Sprout (TV Movie) (completed)
Shelly
 2013 Shocking (Short) (completed)
Receptionist
 2018 Brett Young: Mercy (Video short)
Her
 2018 Just Add Magic (TV Series)
Caroline

Just Add Spices (2018) … Caroline
Just Add Caroline (2018) … Caroline
 2018 Acts of Violence
Jessa MacGregor
 2014-2017 Monster School Animation (TV Series)
Krista

Welcome to Monster School (2017) … Krista (voice)
Welcome to Monster School (2014) … Krista (voice)
 2016 Sprout (TV Series)
Shelly
 2016 The Horde (Video)
Selina Duboix
 2016 American Horror Story (TV Series)
Janice

Be Our Guest (2016) … Janice
 2015 South Beach (TV Series)
Roxanne

Episode #1.6 (2015) … Roxanne
Episode #1.5 (2015) … Roxanne
Episode #1.4 (2015) … Roxanne
Episode #1.3 (2015) … Roxanne
Episode #1.2 (2015) … Roxanne
 2015 Star Trek Continues (TV Series)
Miramanee

The White Iris (2015) … Miramanee
 2015/III Muse (Short)
Wife
 2013 Bones (TV Series)
Janet

The Doom in the Gloom (2013) … Janet
 2012 The Introduction (Short)
Bartender
 2012 BlackBoxTV (TV Series)
Layla

AEZP: The Reawakening (2012) … Layla
 2011 Level 26: Dark Revelations
Faye Elizabeth
 2011 The Help
Rebecca
 2011 Femme Fatales (TV Series)
Holly / Holly Brown

Visions, Part 1 (2011) … Holly (uncredited)
Haunted (2011) … Holly Brown
 2011/IV Dig (Short)
Marie
 2010 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Drunk Hottie

Fame (2010) … Drunk Hottie
 2009 Entourage (TV Series)

Murphy’s Lie (2009)
 2009 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Cocktail Waitress

Dead on Arrival (2009) … Cocktail Waitress
 2006 Drake & Josh (TV Series)

 2006 Felix the Christ (Short)
Cheerleader
 2006 Backstage Pass (Video)
Michelle Peterson
 2005 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)
Laura

The Sweet Taste of Liberty (2005) … Laura
 2001 Con Games (Video)
Britney Woodrow

ALYSHIA OCHSE

Alyshia Ochse was born on November 2, 1980 as Alyshia N. Ochse. She is an actress and producer, known for True Detective (2014), The Other Woman (2014) and The Purge (2018).

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Actress (61 credits)
  UDrive Me (TV Series) (pre-production)
Sara
 2017/III Untold (Short) (completed)
Annie
 2018 Christmas Everlasting (TV Movie)
Celia
 2018 The Purge (TV Series)
Anya

Lovely Dark and Deep (2018) … Anya
The Forgotten (2018) … Anya
Take What’s Yours (2018) … Anya
 2018 Ballers (TV Series)
Joyce White

The Devil You Know (2018) … Joyce White
The Kids Are Aight (2018) … Joyce White
 2018 Out of Blue
Laurel Ann
 2018 Life Sentence (TV Series)
Marlene

Then and Now (2018) … Marlene
How Stella Got Her Groove On (2018) … Marlene
Re-Inventing the Abbotts (2018) … Marlene
Pilot (2018) … Marlene
 2018 The Beach House (TV Movie)
Julia Rudland
 2017 Deadly Expose
Jennifer Highfield
 2017/I Desolation
Jen
 2017 Americons
Taylor
 2016 Everglades
Tiffany
 2016 Marauders
Jill
 2016 Love Addict
Eileen Jenkins
 2016 The Turn
Nikki
 2015 Bad Sister
Laura / Sister Sophia
 2015 The PET Squad Files (TV Series)
LA News Reporter

Welcomd to F***ing Hollywood (2015) … LA News Reporter
 2015 Squad Car (TV Series)
Stacy

Aristotle Couldn’t Google (2015) … Stacy
Walk of Shame (2015) … Stacy
 2015 Not So Union (TV Series)
Trisha

We’re Best Friends (2015) … Trisha
 2015/I Convergence
Hannah
 2015 Home Sweet Hell
Kaysi
 2014 Satisfaction (TV Series)
Alex

…Through Self Discovery (2014) … Alex
…Through Competition (2014) … Alex
 2014 Millennial Parents (TV Series)
Morgan

Pick One (2014)
Vegas Parenting (2014) … Morgan
 2014 #AwkwardMornings (TV Series)

Boyfriend (2014)
 2014 The Other Woman
Cece
 2014 True Detective (TV Series)
Lucy

Seeing Things (2014) … Lucy
The Long Bright Dark (2014) … Lucy
 2013 Love and Skin (Short)
Shell
 2013 Dear Sidewalk
Petunia
 2013 Facebook Stalking (Short)
Alyshia
 2012-2013 The Flip Side (TV Series)
Actress

Sexy (2013)
Football Party (2013)
Camping (2013)
Valentine’s Day (2013) … Actress
Resolutions (2013) … Actress
 2013/I Paradise
Stripper #1
 2013 Lost on Purpose
Joanee
 2012-2013 Hart of Dixie (TV Series)
Carrie / Zombie #1

The Gambler (2013) … Zombie #1 / Carrie
Sparks Fly (2012) … Carrie
Walkin’ After Midnight (2012) … Carrie
 2013 Inventing Adam
Katherine
 2013 Parker
Amber
 2012 Bullet to the Head
Bird Lady (uncredited)
 2012 School and Board (TV Series)
Abstinence Program Advisor

Rainy Day Fund (2012) … Abstinence Program Advisor
 2012 Caller ID (Short)
 2012 Stash House
Trish Garrett
 2011-2012 General Hospital (TV Series)
Cassandra / Woman in White / The Woman in White

Episode #1.12504 (2012) … Cassandra
Episode #1.12503 (2012) … Cassandra
Episode #1.12502 (2012) … Cassandra
Episode #1.12496 (2012) … Cassandra
Episode #1.12491 (2012) … Cassandra
 2012 The Flip Side (Dating) (Short)
 2012 The Flip Side (Bar) (Short)
 2011 Shark Pool (Short)
Marco-Polo Girl (uncredited)
 2011 Good Job, Thanks! (TV Series)
Actress

Workshop Nightmare (2011) … Actress
 2011 Melissa & Joey (TV Series)
Passion

Lost in Translation (2011) … Passion
 2011 Night Tales (TV Movie)
Ashley
 -2011 Casual: The Series (TV Series)
Ami

Elephants (2011) … Ami
A Door/Window (2011) … Ami
Little Things (2011) … Ami
 2011 Nite Tales: The Series (TV Series)
Ashley

Last Laugh (2011) … Ashley
 2010/II The Guest (Short)
Dana
 2010 The Indies (Video short)
Cafe Girl
 2009 The Way We Weren’t (Short)
Emily
 2009 The Indies (Short)
Cafe Girl
 2009 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Clinic Nurse / Clinical Nurse Sara

Episode #1.11167 (2009) … Clinic Nurse
Episode #1.11166 (2009) … Clinic Nurse
Episode #1.11164 (2009) … Clinic Nurse
Episode #1.11150 (2009) … Clinic Nurse
Episode #1.11149 (2009) … Clinical Nurse Sara
 2008 Hot Hot Los Angeles (TV Series)
Roxy

Hot Hot Finale (2008) … Roxy
Wicked Games (2008) … Roxy
Coburn, Out (2008) … Roxy
Puerto Escondido (2008) … Roxy
Sin City Showdown (2008) … Roxy
 2008 My True Self
Diamond Coal
 2007 Waylaid (Short)
Cindy
 2006 Another Gay Movie
Buffi
 2005 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)
Tatiana

The Sweet Taste of Liberty (2005) … Tatiana
 2004 The Terminal
Homecoming Queen (uncredited)

ASHLEE FIDOW

Ashlee Fidow is known for her work on Mulan (2020), The Meg (2018) and Alien: Covenant (2017).
Stunts (27 credits)
 2020 Mulan (stunt double: Yifei Liu) (filming)
  Guns Akimbo (stunt performer) (post-production)
 2019 The Whistleblower (Stunt Double: Wei Tang) (post-production)
 2018 At Last (Stunt Double: Ni Yan) (post-production)
  Wrecked (TV Series) (stunt actor – 3 episodes, 2018) (stunt performer – 1 episode, 2018)

Mrs. Stanwick (2018) … (stunt actor)
The Dark Prince Returns (2018) … (stunt actor)
Ballers (2018) … (stunt actor)
Bush Man (2018) … (stunt performer)
 2018 The Meg (stunt actor)
 2018 The New Legends of Monkey (TV Series) (Stunt Double – 10 episodes)

A Hero to Save Us All (2018) … (Stunt Double: Emilie Cocquerel)
In Search of Tripitaka (2018) … (Stunt Double: Emilie Cocquerel)
A Part of You That’s Missing (2018) … (Stunt Double: Emilie Cocquerel)
Until I Met You (2018) … (Stunt Double: Emilie Cocquerel)
A Crown Does Not Make You King (2018) … (Stunt Double: Emilie Cocquerel)
  The Shannara Chronicles (TV Series) (stunt double – 2 episodes, 2016) (stunt performer – 2 episodes, 2016) (Stunt Double – 1 episode, 2017)

Blood (2017) … (Stunt Double: Caroline Chikezie)
Utopia (2016) … (stunt double: Zoe Robins)
Breakline (2016) … (stunt double: Zoe Robins)
Pykon (2016) … (stunt performer)
Reaper (2016) … (stunt performer)
 2017 Filthy Rich (TV Series) (Stunt Double – 1 episode)

Fight Dirty (2017) … (Stunt Double: Shushila Takao)
 2017 Power Rangers Ninja Steel (TV Series) (stunt performer – 2 episodes)

The Ranger Ribbon (2017) … (stunt performer)
Rocking & Rolling (2017) … (stunt performer)
 2017 Dear Murderer (TV Series) (stunt performer – 2017)
 2017 Alien: Covenant (Stunt Double: Carmen Ejogo)
  Ash vs Evil Dead (TV Series) (stunt double – 3 episodes, 2015 – 2016) (Stunt Double – 1 episode, 2016) (stunt performer – 1 episode, 2016)

Ashy Slashy (2016) … (Stunt Double: Pepi Sonuga)
Home (2016) … (stunt performer)
The Dark One (2016) … (stunt double: Jill Marie Jones)
Bound in Flesh (2015) … (stunt double: Jill Marie Jones)
Ashes to Ashes (2015) … (stunt double: Jill Marie Jones)
  Hunters (TV Series) (lead stunt double – 6 episodes, 2016) (stunt performer – 3 episodes, 2016)

New Holy Ground (2016) … (stunt performer)
Pretending to See the Future (2016) … (stunt performer)
Telegraph (2016) … (stunt performer)
Promise (2016) … (lead stunt double: Britne Oldford)
The More I See You (2016) … (lead stunt double: Britne Oldford)
 2016 Terry Teo (TV Series) (stunt double – 2015) / (stunt double: hanna tevita – 2015)
 2016 The Patriarch (stunt performer)
 2015 Lumen (TV Movie) (stunt performer)
 2014 The Dead Lands (stunt double: Raukura Turei)
 2014 Shortland Street (TV Series) (stunt double – 3 episodes)

Episode #23.5536 (2014) … (stunt double: frankie adams – 2014)
Episode #23.5523 (2014) … (stunt double: teuila blakely – 2014)
Episode #23.1 (2014) … (stunt double: sophie mcintosh – 2014)
 2014 Agent Anna (TV Series) (stunt driver – 1 episode)

Episode #2.1 (2014) … (stunt driver)
 2013 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (stunt performer – uncredited)
  Spartacus (TV Series) (stunts – 10 episodes, 2013) (additional stunts – 3 episodes, 2012)

Victory (2013) … (stunts)
The Dead and the Dying (2013) … (stunts)
Separate Paths (2013) … (stunts)
Mors Indecepta (2013) … (stunts)
Spoils of War (2013) … (stunts)
 2013 Evil Dead (stunt double: Olivia – uncredited)
 2011 Love in Space (stunt performer)
 2011 The Almighty Johnsons (TV Series) (stunt performer – 1 episode)

Every Good Quest Has a Sacrifice (2011) … (stunt performer)
  Legend of the Seeker (TV Series) (stunt sister of the dark – 3 episodes, 2010) (stunt double – 1 episode, 2010)

Eternity (2010) … (stunt sister of the dark)
Extinction (2010) … (stunt sister of the dark)
Walter (2010) … (stunt sister of the dark)
Vengeance (2010) … (stunt double: Elizabeth Blackmore)
Actress (3 credits)
 2018 The New Legends of Monkey (TV Series)
Shuriken Kin

Until I Met You (2018) … Shuriken Kin
 2017 The Shannara Chronicles (TV Series)
Elven Woman Bounty Hunter

Druid (2017) … Elven Woman Bounty Hunter
 2013 Spartacus (TV Series)
Rebel

Victory (2013) … Rebel (uncredited)
The Dead and the Dying (2013) … Rebel (uncredited)
Separate Paths (2013) … Rebel (uncredited)
Men of Honor (2013) … Rebel (uncredited)
Wolves at the Gate (2013) … Rebel (uncredited)

LISA COLLINS

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Lisa Collins (born 1968) is an Australian actress best known for her starring role in the movie Fix (1997). Collins is also the former wife of actor Billy Zane (from 1989 to 1995).[1] Collins also played Louisa, wife of Morgan Earp (Bill Paxton) in the film, Tombstone (1993).

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Great Santini
1989 Going Overboard
Dead Calm
1992 Sinatra TV movie
1993 Tombstone Louisa Earp
1994 Deep Red Mrs. Rickman TV movie
The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. TV series
Web of Deception Corrie Calvin TV movie
1995 The Set Up Elizabeth
1996 Danger Zone Dr. Kim Woods
1997 Fix
1999-2000 Celebrity Deathmatch TV series
Actress (10 credits)
 1998 Fix
Kim
 1996 Danger Zone
Dr. Kim Woods
 1995 The Set Up
Elizabeth
 1994 Web of Deception (TV Movie)
Corrie Calvin
 1994 Deep Red (TV Movie)
Mrs. Rickman
 1993 Tombstone
Louisa Earp
 1992 Sinatra (TV Mini-Series)
Starlet

Episode #1.4 (1992) … Starlet
Episode #1.3 (1992) … Starlet
Episode #1.2 (1992) … Starlet
Episode #1.1 (1992) … Starlet
 1989 Going Overboard
Ellen (as Liza Collins Zane)
 1989 Dead Calm
‘Orpheus’ Cruise Girl
 1979 The Great Santini
Cheerleader
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 1993 The 19th Annual People’s Choice Awards (TV Special)
Herself

VALERIE BREIMAN

Ms Breiman was born in San Francisco in 1964, youngest of five, to an architect father and mother who made children’s television shows. When she was nine the parents split and she was brought up by her mother, who introduced her to her love of cinema. Acting and modelling in her teens she enrolled at the San Francisco State University to read …
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Actress (12 credits)
 2012 Reality Show (TV Series)

The Sizzle Reel (2012)
 2007 Look
Stephanie
 1990 The Invisible Maniac
Scientist (as Eirelav Nameirb)
 1989 Going Overboard
Bambi
 1988 Dangerous Curves
Blake Courtland
 1988 Casual Sex?
Megan
 1988 She’s Having a Baby
Erin (as Valeri Breiman)
 1987 It’s Garry Shandling’s Show. (TV Series)
Vicky

It’s Garry and Angelica’s Show: Part 1 (1987) … Vicky (as Valeri Breiman)
 1987 Valerie (TV Series)
Lori Morgan

Bad Timing (1987) … Lori Morgan (as Valeri Breiman)
 1986 Cagney & Lacey (TV Series)
Jane Rasmussen

Rites of Passage (1986) … Jane Rasmussen (as Valeri Breiman)

JACQUELINE McKENZIE

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Jacqueline Susan McKenzie (born 24 October 1967)[1] is a classically trained Australian actress of stage and screen.

Early life[edit]

Born in Sydney, Australia, McKenzie attended Wenona School in North Sydney until 1983 then moved to Pymble Ladies’ College,[2] where she graduated in 1985 with her Higher School Certificate. Known at school for her fine singing voice, McKenzie was cast as Nancy[3] in Oliver! then in Godspell (both a co-productions with Shore School) and later in Brigadoon (a co-production with Knox Grammar School), sharing the stage with Hugh Jackman, who was a student at Knox at the time.

Career[edit]

Early years[edit]

McKenzie studied for a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. While at university, she began modelling.[4] Represented by Cameron’s Management, she worked in both print and television media. She also took regular singing lessons with prominent Australian vocal coach Bob Tasman-Smith. In 1987, McKenzie was cast as the lead in the pilot of television series All The Way alongside Ben Mendelsohn, Robert Mammone, Rowena Wallace and Martin Sacks. During this time, she came to the attention of the premier casting agent in Australia, Liz Mullinar, who had cast Judy Davis in My Brilliant Career and Nicole Kidman in Dead Calm. Following advice from Mullinar, McKenzie auditioned for the prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and was accepted. Opting out of both her arts degree and All The Way, McKenzie attended NIDA in 1988. She graduated in December 1990.

1991 to 1995[edit]

In 1991, McKenzie was awarded “Best Newcomer Award”[5] from the Sydney Theatre Critics Circle, which recognized her chameleon-like ability and her consistently high calibre work in theatre productions Child Dancing (as Julie-Ann); The Master Builder (as Kaja); Twelfth Night (as Viola) and Rebecca (as Mrs de Winter). During rehearsals for Rebecca, director George Ogilvie allowed McKenzie time off to audition for a new Australian Independent feature film called Romper Stomper set to star Russell Crowe, who had casting approval on the film. She was subsequently cast in the film and went on to win Best Actress award at the Film Critics Circle of Australia.[6] Russell would later say “Jacqui’s range as an actor disappears over the horizon. And I’m not sure it can actually be defined. When I first saw her, in the play Rebecca, I saw an actor whom I thought was blowing me on the skin from the inside. She is an actor who is both delicate and magical.”[7] In her “nothing short of stunning” film debut in Romper Stomper,[8] McKenzie was described as “especially shining in her courage, truth and skill.” [9] The role garnered her attention overseas, where she won Best Actress at the 1992 Stockholm International Film Festival for her “stark and non-sentimental portrayal of a young woman whose life has turned into a desperate chase for all she has lost: love, serenity, identity. Her character plays an essential part in creating the inexorable force and impact of the film.”[10] Over the next couple of years, she came to be regarded as one of Australia’s most promising young actresses of stage and screen, showcasing a “phenomenal emotional range”.[11]

In 1994, McKenzie starred alongside David Wenham, Geoffrey Rush and Richard Roxburgh in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Neil Armfield, for Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney. This sellout production was a critical, award-winning success[12] with McKenzie’s performance “so exquisitely pitched it could have shattered glass”.[5] “Jacqueline McKenzie’s fragile Ophelia, dressed in cottontails and a tail-coat, turning the stage into a mind-state of shattered glass. Her presence awesomely palpable because of its sheer intangibility”[13] The production went on to tour to Melbourne but McKenzie was unable to continue due to other work commitments. (Cate Blanchett took over the role of Ophelia for the tour.)

McKenzie’s performance in Hamlet was followed by her role as Joan of Arc in Bernard Shaw‘s Saint Joan, directed by Gale Edwards for the Sydney Theatre Company at the Sydney Opera House.[14] This was the first time Saint Joan had been staged in Australia since the Zoe Caldwell production in 1962. Regarded as one of “the most revealing tests of an actress”,[15] and as “the female Hamlet”,[5] Edwards’ production was both a critical and box office sensation with McKenzie’s performance unanimously acclaimed: “This play stands or falls on the performance of St Joan and McKenzie is simply superb.”[16] “From the moment she enters, she sets the stage ablaze. McKenzie is a Joan to make the theatrical heavens rejoice … McKenzie offers us Joan in all her innocence, ignorance, joyful goodness that seems to light her from within and, almost until the end, a youthful sense of fun. Her slight stature can seem waif thin, piteously vulnerable; but raging into battle she’s tough and sturdy, a young woman of intense and convincing action. Always in focus, like an unwavering flame, is McKenzie’s Joan the Maid”[17] and “Here is a Joan with such fortitude and faith that seems hardly possible to exist within such a delicate frame. McKenzie’s waif-like image conceals remarkable strength, and an almost inexhaustible supply of emotion. It is a Joan to inspire the tamest among us to stand up as individuals, and listen to the voices inside of us. Shaw himself would have been reluctantly impressed.”[18]

Described by head of NIDA, John Clarke, as “A chameleon”[19] “one of the most talented actresses we have produced … she’s an absolute dynamo, a powerhouse,”[20] McKenzie had fast earned a reputation [21] as one of the most versatile actresses of her generation, taking on varied and often difficult roles. Equally adept in drama or comedy, she was described as the “Judy Davis of her generation (or funnily enough, the green eyed American actor Meg Ryan)”[22] In 1992, Ben Elton cast her as the lead role of “Rachel”, the feisty environmentalist, in the adaptation of his hit novel Stark. The mini-series was a BBC/ABC comedy, was directed by Nadia Tass and co-starred Ben Elton and Colin Friels. McKenzie received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Actress in a Miniseries for the role. The same year (1993), she scored a Best Actress in a Feature Film nomination for her comedic turn in the indie comedy, This Won’t Hurt a Bit, playing Vanessa Presscott, a nerdy English ingénue with a speech impediment. In 1994, McKenzie reunited with director George Ogilvie (who had directed her in Rebecca and Twelfth Night) to play the lead role of Dancy Smith in the adaptation of Kylie Tennant‘s famous depression-era drama The Battlers. The mini-series co-starred Gary Sweet and played on the Seven Network. McKenzie was nominated again for Best Actress in a TV Drama at the Australian Film Institute 1994 awards. That same year, McKenzie was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the feature film Traps, directed by Pauline Chan. Playing the French girl living in Colonial Vietnam, McKenzie got to showcase her versatility by speaking in both French and Vietnamese for the role.

In 1995, McKenzie made Australian Film Institute history[23] by winning the Beyond Best Actress in a Leading Role for Angel Baby and the Beyond Best Actress Award in a TV Drama for Halifax f.p.: Lies of the Mind.[12] She also won the prestigious Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actress [24] at the Logie Awards for her role in Halifax f.p.. It was for playing the young lover Kate, opposite John Lynch‘s Harry in the Michael Rymer helmed drama Angel Baby, that McKenzie received international acclaim: The LA Weekly reviewed: “McKenzie is a find. Whether using answers on the Wheel of Fortune as a kind of daily horoscope, or cringing in terror as the upright legs of chairs in an empty restaurant seem to whisper at her, she is blazingly equal to the extremes of animal panic and hyperconscious insight that are the north and south of this movie’s humane compass.”[25] Angel Baby also featured actress Deborra-lee Furness and Colin Friels. In 1996, McKenzie was awarded Australian Star of the Year at the Australian Movie Convention.[26]

1996 to 2003[edit]

McKenzie ventured to the USA where she starred in films such as Deep Blue Sea (1999)[27] directed by Renny Harlin[28] with Samuel L. Jackson, Thomas Jane and Michael Rapaport; Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002)[29] with Sandra Bullock, Ashley Judd, Ellen Burstyn, Kiersten Warren and James Garner; Freak Weather, with Aida Turturro and John Carroll Lynch; Love from Ground Zero with Simon Baker and Pruitt Taylor Vince, as well as tele-movie When Billie Beat Bobby, starring Holly Hunter and Ron Silver.[30] She starred in the UK independent films Eisenstein with Simon McBurney and Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) with Stellan Skarsgård, Chris Penn and Paul Bettany.

In 2001, McKenzie was given a United States Green Card in March 2001 for “Person of Extraordinary Ability”. She made her US Theatre debut, starring as Rita in Willy Russell’s Educating Rita, at the Williamstown Theatre Festival directed by Bruce Paltrow and co-starring Edward Herrmann. It was a huge success. “This production had the inexhaustible talents of Jacqueline McKenzie, an utterly charming and irrepressible Australian, whose cockney accent was spot on and characterization was full-cocked. Bursting onto the stage like a fire-engine responding to a five-alarm conflagration, McKenzie was a dynamo with enough energy to fill simultaneous performances of this and Pygmalian[verification needed] (a sure bet for her if the WTF wants to bring her back – and it should). Suffice to say, hers will surely be among the most memorable and reason enough to revive Rita.”[31]

She was cast as a lead in the US television pilot for the ABC called MEDS (later MDs (TV series)|MDs]]),[citation needed] directed by Michael Hoffman and starring John Hannah. She played Dockdaisy in the National Actors Theatre / Complicite co-production of The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui,[4] by Bertolt Brecht. Directed by Simon McBurney this cast included Al Pacino, Steve Buscemi, Chaz Palminteri, John Goodman, Paul Giamatti, Billy Crudup, Lothaire Bluteau, Linda Emond, Tony Randall and Charles Durning.[32] After this production, McKenzie returned to Australia to star as Catherine in the Pulitzer Prize Winning play Proof by David Auburn.[33] Directed by George Ogilvie and starring Barry Otto, this “tour de force from McKenzie”[34] broke all previously held box office records at the Sydney Opera House, Drama Theatre. Mckenzie followed the success of Proof by taking the lead role of Jude in the Australian feature film Peaches, starring Hugo Weaving and Emma Lung. Directed by Craig Monahan, the role garnered McKenzie a Best Actress Award from the Film Critics Circle of Australia with her performance described as a ‘revelation’:[12] “never more so than in the scene where she sings ‘The Carnival Is Over’ across a pub counter.” From Peaches, McKenzie began work with Paul Cox (Man of Flowers, Innocence) in the feature film Human Touch starring as a young chorister estranged from her husband: “McKenzie makes Anna’s sensual awakening both sensual and real”.[12]

2004 to 2015[edit]

In 2004, McKenzie made the switch to prime-time television in a role that would catapult her to international stardom. Cast as the lead female detective Diana Skouris[35] in the US prime-time science fiction television series The 4400 from Executive Producer Francis Ford Coppola, McKenzie was cast alongside Joel Gretsch (Taken, Minority Report) – an onscreen partnership oft likened to Mulder and Scully.[citation needed] Directed by Yves Simoneau with show runner Ira Steven Behr (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), The 4400 was the highest rating debut on US Cable for 2004[12] earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Best Mini-Series. The show ran on the US Network for four seasons, ending in 2007. In 2006, McKenzie also starred as Linda Landry in “Umney’s Last Case” opposite William H. Macy[36] – the third episode of Nightmares and Dreamscapes on TNT. In 2008, McKenzie starred as psychiatrist Veronica Hayden-Jones in the 13 part series Mental on the Fox Network, which was filmed at Fox Telecolombia in Bogotá, Colombia.[37] Starring Annabella Sciorra, this was the first American television series to be filmed in Latin America for international markets. McKenzie guest starred in Desperate Housewives, Without a Trace, CSI: Miami, Hawaii 5-0 and the Australian TV series Rake. She was cast as Emma Waddell in the Jeremy Sims–directed feature film Beneath Hill 60 and starred in the 2010 season finale of NCIS: LA alongside former Deep Blue Sea castmate, LL Cool J.

In 2011, Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton, the co-artistic directors of the Sydney Theatre Company, invited McKenzie to star in their production of Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) at the Sydney Opera House, Drama Theatre.[37] Co-starring Mandy McElhinney, this production went on tour to Melbourne Theatre Company, Wollongong, Canberra and Parramatta Riverside Theatre, earning McKenzie a Best Actress nomination at the Green Room Awards for her role as Mrs Givings. This was McKenzie’s first play since her critically acclaimed turn as Catherine in David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize Winning play Proof, which sold out at The Sydney Opera House in 2003.

In 2012, she accepted Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton’s invitation to star in the Australian premiere of the two-hander Sex With Strangers by American playwright Laura Eason (House of Cards) for the Sydney Theatre Company. This critically acclaimed production co-starred Ryan Corr and was directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse. An award-winning director of may films including How to Make an American Quilt, this was Jocelyn’s first play.

In 2013, McKenzie starred in the seminal role of Margaret (aka Maggie) in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams for Belvoir St., directed by Simon Stone, co-starring Ewen Leslie (as Brick) and Marshall Napier (as Big Daddy). A sell out production with an extension season at the Theatre Royal, Sydney, McKenzie’s performance, in the role that made Elizabeth Taylor famous, was highly acclaimed: “Jacqueline McKenzie has far more scope in this play than she had in the recent Sex with Strangers to display her mesmerizing and neurasthenic talents that are so reminiscent of the early Judy Davis. She squirms, hops, skips and flops through the drama with a manic intensity that is breathtaking to watch from the first scene when she works her way through about a dozen changes of clothing and many pairs of ‘hot’ shoes during her long and intense opening monologue”[38] and “McKenzie has been playing some major roles in Sydney recently but here is a great one, finally worthy of her ability, and she rises to it magnificently. Her Maggie is full of feverish energy, and hard-won, hard-edged glamour that a woman who has clawed herself up out of poverty to become the wife of the descendent of a crass but very rich family might be expected to display. She is better than them. She is beautiful, her smile is always bright but brief glimpses of self-doubt betray her origins, and her eyes betray her desperation.”[39] “This is a good production, made great by McKenzie’s beautiful performance.”

McKenzie returned to The Sydney Opera House in 2014 to play Liza in Andrew Upton‘s adaptation of the Gorky classic Children of the Sun for The Sydney Theatre Company. Co-starring with Justine Clarke and Toby Truslove, under the direction of Kip Williams, the production was immensely successful garnering McKenzie a nomination for Best Actress at the 2014 Sydney Theatre Awards.[40]

In 2014, McKenzie reunited with her Romper Stomper co-star, Russell Crowe, to perform in his feature film directing debut, The Water Diviner, in which he also stars. With a hand-picked cast [41] that included Yılmaz Erdoğan, Olga Kurylenko, Ryan Corr, Jai Courtney, Steve Bastoni and Cem Yılmaz, The Water Diviner was nominated for eight AACTA awards including Best Supporting Actress in a feature film for McKenzie, who played the role of Russell’s grieving wife Lizzie. For this performance, McKenzie won Best Supporting Actress at the 2014 Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards.[42]

Films to be released: Force of Destiny, written and directed by Paul Cox and starring David Wenham, Shahana Goswami. This will have its premiere at the Melbourne International Film Festival;[43] Fell,[44] written and directed by Kasimir Burgess and starring Matt Nable and Daniel Henshall.

In 2015, McKenzie starred alongside Richard Roxburgh and Cate Blanchett in the Sydney Theatre Company production of The Present,[45] by Anton Chekhov. Adapted by Andrew Upton, this production was directed by John Crowley. That production moved in 2016/17 to the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in Manhattan for the Broadway debut of McKenzie and the rest of the cast.[46] She also starred as Orlando in the Sarah Ruhl play Orlando,[47] based on the novel by Virginia Woolf (made famous by the 1992 film directed by Sally Potter and starring Tilda Swinton). Directed by Sarah Goodes,[48] Orlando ran at the Sydney Opera House for The Sydney Theatre Company.

McKenzie was nominated for Best Actress in Orlando and Best Supporting Actress in The Present at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards.[49]

2016 to present[edit]

In 2016, McKenzie reunited with her former “Stark!“co-star Ben Elton for his romantic comedy Three Summers [50] filming in Perth. The ensemble also featured Robert Sheean, Magda Szubanski, Michael Caton and Rebecca Breeds.

In August 2016 McKenzie filmed the independent movie Harmony in Wollongong and Sydney, Australia.[51]

McKenzie began filming in the lead role of Jane Chandler for the Australian feature film The Gateway in October 2016. Directed by John Soto, the sci-fi film also starred Myles Pollard and Ben Mortley. The film follows the journey of a particle physicist who, grieving over the loss of her husband in a car crash, uses a revolutionary machine to bring him back with dire consequences for her family.[52]

In May 2017, SBS announced that McKenzie had been cast in their new four part drama Safe Harbour about a group of Australians who come across a boat of refugees whilst sailing on vacation. The mini-series, produced by Matchbox Pictures, also stars Phoebe Tonkin, Ewen Leslie and Joel Jackson.[53]

In June 2017 McKenzie began filming Luke Sparke’s movie Occupation with Charles Mesure, Temeura Morrison and Dan Ewing about a group of town residents banding together after a devastating ground invasion.[citation needed]

In August 2017, McKenzie started shooting the TV series Romper Stomper, a follow up to the 1992 cult classic movie in which she starred with Russell Crowe. The series, conceived and directed by Geoffrey Wright (creator of the original film) and produced by John Edwards, premiered on Australian streaming platform Stan on New Years Day 2018, breaking all records for original content. The series is due to air in the United Kingdom on the BBC later in 2018.[54] For her role in the series McKenzie was awarded a Logie for Most Outstanding Supporting Actress at the Logie Awards of 2018.[55]

At the CinefestOZ awards in August 2017, McKenzie was honoured with the Screen Legend Award, recognising her contribution and excellence in the film industry.[53]

Music[edit]

McKenzie’s hobbies include composing and recording music. Past collaborators include Vic Levak (Balligomingo) who co-wrote “Shy Baby” and Jim Hayden (Electrasy). When her 4400 co-star Joel Gretsch heard her song “Shy Baby”, he took it to the producers of the show and as a result, it was used in the second-season finale “Mommy’s Bosses[56] of The 4400. “Shy Baby” went on to be included in The 4400 soundtrack CD, released in April 2007.

Art and painting[edit]

An avid painter (since working with Aaron Blabey on the Paul Cox film The Human Touch),[2] McKenzie’s paintings have appeared in several publications, including Venice Magazine[57] and OK!.[58]

In the Fox TV series Mental, her paintings became set dressing, adorning the walls of her character’s office in the final episodes of the show.

Personal life[edit]

In 1996, a portrait of McKenzie by Australian narrative painter Garry Shead was a finalist in the Archibald Prize[59] and the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize.[60]

McKenzie made headlines in late 2017 after Russell Crowe told a joke at the 2017 AACTA Awards about unintentionally “sodomizing” her during the filming of Romper Stomper in 1992.[61]

She is a former partner of actor Simon McBurney.[62]

She has an estimated net worth of $8.5 million dollars.[63]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Wordplay Pandora Imogene Lesley
1992 Romper Stomper Gabe
1993 This Won’t Hurt a Bit Vanessa Prescott
1994 Talk The Girl
1994 Traps Viola
1995 Roses Are Red Joy Short film
1995 Angel Baby Kate
1996 Mr. Reliable Beryl Muddle AKA, My Entire Life
1997 Under the Lighthouse Dancing Emma
1998 Love from Ground Zero Samantha
1999 Deep Blue Sea Janice Higgins
1999 Freak Weather Penny
2000 Eisenstein Pera
2001 Kiss Kiss (Bang Bang) Sherry
2002 Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Younger Teensy Whitman
2003 Preservation Daphne
2004 Peaches Jude
2004 Human Touch Anna
2006 Opal Dream Annie Williamson
2010 Beneath Hill 60 Emma Waddell
2014 Fell Rachel
2014 The Water Diviner Eliza Connor
2015 Force of Destiny Hannah
2017 Don’t Tell Jean Dalton
2017 Three Summers Prof. Wellborn
2017 The Gateway Jane Chandler
2018 Occupation Colonel Grant
2018 Harmony Beth Miller
2019 Palm Beach[64] Bridget Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 The Riddle of the Stinson Usherelle TV film
1988 All the Way Penelope Seymour TV miniseries
1992 A Country Practice Meredith Hendrix “Riding for a Fall: Parts 1 & 2”
1993 Stark Rachel TV miniseries
1994 The Battlers Dancy Smith TV miniseries
1995 Halifax f.p. Sharon Sinclair “Lies of the Mind”
1997 Kangaroo Palace Catherine Macaleese TV miniseries
1997 The Devil Game Frankie Smith TV film
2000 On the Beach Mary Davidson Holmes TV miniseries
2001 When Billie Beat Bobby Margaret Court TV film
2004–2007 The 4400 Diana Skouris Main role
2006 Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King Linda Landry / Gloria Demmick Umney’s Last Case
2006 Two Twisted Sarah Carmody “Saviour”
2007 Without a Trace Patricia Mills “Deep Water”
2008 Stupid, Stupid Man Jane “Morale”
2009 Mental Dr. Veronica Hayden-Jones Main role
2010 NCIS: Los Angeles Amy Taylor “Callen, G”
2010 Hawaii Five-0 Sarah Reeves “Nalowale”
2012 Desperate Housewives Alexandra Who Can Say What’s True?
2012 CSI: Miami Meredith Ramsay “Terminal Velocity”
2012 Rake Alannah Alford “R vs Alford”
2015 Hiding Ferdine Lamay Main role
2015 Love Child Mrs. Maguire “2.1”, “2.2”
2018 Romper Stomper Gabrielle ‘Gabe’ Jordan Main role
2018 Safe Harbour Helen TV miniseries
2018 Pine Gap Kath Sinclair TV miniseries, filming
20?? Reckoning Linda Swan “Pilot”, filming

Theatre[edit]

Oliver! as Nancy, school production[33]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1991 Australian Theatre Critics award Best Newcomer Various Won
1992 Stockholm International Film Festival Best Actress Romper Stomper Won
1992 Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Actress, Film Romper Stomper Won
1993 Australian Film Institute Award Best Actress, Film This Won’t Hurt a Bit Nominated
1993 Australian Film Institute Award Best Actress, Television Stark! Nominated
1994 Australian Film Institute Award Best Supporting Actress, Film Traps Nominated
1994 Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Supporting Actress, Film Traps Nominated
1994 Australian Film Institute Award Best Actress, Television The Battlers Nominated
1995 Australian Film Institute Award Best Actress, Television Halifax f.p. “Lies of the Mind” Won
1995 Australian Film Institute Award Best Actress, Film Angel Baby Won
1995 Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Actress, Film Angel Baby Won
1995 Grand Prix Festival du Valenciennes Best Actress, Film Angel Baby Won
1995 Norman Kessel Memorial Glugs Award Best Actress, Theatre Hamlet Won
1995 Logie Awards Best Actress, Television Halifax f.p. “Lies of the Mind” Won
1995 Australian International Movie Convention Australian Star of the Year[66] Various (Career Award) Won
1998 Audio Book Awards, Australia Best Narration Picnic at Hanging Rock Won
2001 Australian Film Institute Award Best Miniseries On The Beach Won
2001 Golden Globe Best Miniseries On The Beach Nominated
2005 Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Actress, Film Peaches Nominated
2005 Primetime Emmy Best Miniseries The 4400 Nominated
2011 Green Room Award Best Actress, Theatre In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play Nominated
2014 Sydney Theatre Awards[67] Best Actress, Theatre Children of the Sun Nominated
2014 AACTA Awards Best Supporting Actress The Water Diviner Nominated
2014 Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Supporting Actress The Water Diviner Won
2015 Sydney Theatre Awards[68] Best Supporting Actress The Present[69] Nominated
2015 Sydney Theatre Awards[70] Best Actress Orlando Nominated
2015 Equity Ensemble Awards Best Ensemble Hiding Nominated
2017 CinefestOz Film Festival Screen Legend Award Career Award Won
2017 AACTA Awards Best Supporting Actress Don’t Tell Nominated
2018 Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Supporting Actress Don’t Tell Nominated
2018 Logie Awards Most Outstanding Supporting Actress, Miniseries Romper Stomper (TV series) Won