Nidhhi Agerwal

Nidhhi Agerwal

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Nidhhi Agerwal
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Agerwal in 2017
Born (1993-08-17) 17 August 1993 (age 25)
Hyderabad, India
Nationality Indian
Education Christ University
Occupation Actress, Model Dancer
Parents
  • Rajesh Agerwal (father)
  • Indu Agerwal Aman (mother)

Nidhhi Agerwal (Born 17 August 1993) is an Indian model, dancer and actress who appears in Bollywood. In 2017, she made her acting debut in the film Munna Michael.[1][2] She was Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2014 finalist.[3] Agerwal is currently filming for her Telugu Debut Savyasachi which is going to be released in 2018

Early life[edit]

Agerwal was born at Hyderabad and brought up in Bengaluru. Her schooling was at Vidyashilp Academy and Vidya Niketan School. She holds a graduation in Business Management from Christ University, Bengaluru.[4][5] She is well trained in ballet, kathak and belly dance.[6]

Career[edit]

In 2016, director Sabbir Khan confirmed that Agarwal was signed as the lead in his film Munna Michael, alongside Tiger Shroff. She was chosen from 300 candidates. About her acting passion she said, “I always wanted to be an actress. Every time I saw Aishwarya Rai on a hoarding I’d tell myself that my face would be up there too one day.” Nidhhi was also asked to sign a no-dating clause till completion of the film.[7][8] She also signed a film of KriArj Entertainment which will be directed by Shree Narayan Singh. This will be her second Bollywood film & Naraayan’s third directional venture after Toilet: Ek Prem Katha & Batti Gul Meter Chalu.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Language Notes
2017 Munna Michael Dolly / Deepika Sharma Hindi Hindi Debut/Lead Role
2018 Savyasachi Chitra Telugu Telugu Debut/Lead Role
2018 Mr. Majnu TBA Telugu Filming

Television[edit]

Accolades[edit]

  • Honored with life membership of International Film And Television Club of Asian Academy of Film & Television
  • Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2014 – finalist[3]
  • Zee cine Awards – Best female debut – Munna Michael
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LIZ PEARCE

Kiz Pearce

Has performed on Broadway, at Radio City Music Hall, in London’s West End, in National and International tours and at countless regional theatres across the country. Originally from Portsmouth, England.

 

BROADWAY / WEST END BILLY ELLIOT u/s Mrs. Wilkinson, Dead Mum Imperial Theatre/Stephen Daldry Original Broadway Cast METROPOLIS Tan Piccadilly Theatre/Jerome Savaray Original West End Cast / Cast Recording NATIONAL TOURS LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Audrey Jerry Zaks Denver Post Ovation Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL u/s Mayzie McCoy Rigby/Christopher Ashley CHICAGO Annie Jeff Kalpak SCOOBY DOO IN STAGE FRIGHT Velma Clear Channel/Jim Milan JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Soul Girl McCoy Rigby/Kevin Moriarty

REGIONAL THEATRE CABARET Sally Bowles Cincinnati Playhouse/Marcia Milgrom-Dodge St. Louis Rep/Marcia Milgrom-Dodge SENSE & SENSIBILITY Fanny Denver Center/Marcia Milgrom-Dodge SOMETHING’S AFOOT Lettie Goodspeed Opera House/Vince Pesce CITY OF ANGELS Alaura Kingsley/Carla Goodspeed Opera House/Darko Tresjnak PETER PAN Peter Pan Alabama Shakespeare/Geoffrey Sherman JEKYLL AND HYDE Emma Sacramento Music Circus/Marcia Milgrom-Dodge THE WHO’S TOMMY Mrs. Walker Bay Street Theatre/Marcia Milgrom-Dodge SEVEN BRIDES… Ruth Goodspeed Opera House/Greg Ganakas GEORGE M! Josie Cohan Goodspeed Opera House/Greg Ganakas SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ Delee Pioneer Theatre Co./Patti D’Beck A CHRISTMAS CAROL Belle North Shore Music Theatre/Greg Ganakas MY ONE AND ONLY Edythe Theatre by the Sea/Bob Durkin GEORGE M! Agnes Nolan Ogunquit Playhouse/Richard Sabellico RAGS Bella Seaside Music Theatre/Lester Malizia HELLO DOLLY Ermengarde Seaside Music Theatre/Lester Malizia

Rachael Hip-Flores

Rachael Hip-Flores

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Rachael Hip-Flores
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Hip-Flores at the Streamy Awards in 2010
Born Piscataway, New Jersey
Nationality American
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000s–present

Rachael Lauren Hip-Flores is an American actress. Born and raised in Piscataway, New Jersey,[citation needed] she is known for her role in the web series Anyone But Me, for which she received the IAWTV, Streamy, and Indie Series Awards for Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series.[1][2][3
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Actress (14 credits)
 2017 Not If, But When (Short) (completed)
Jess Barber
 2018 Liberty Falls (TV Movie)
Cassandra DaCosta
 2017 American Violence
Krystyl Keene
 2016 Traded
Ivory
 2008-2015 Anyone But Me (TV Series)
Vivian McMillan / Vivian

The Lost Scenes: Someday (2015) … Vivian McMillan
The Lost Scenes: Miles of Possibility (2015) … Vivian McMillan
The Lost Scenes: Wherever You Go (2015) … Vivian McMillan
The Lost Scenes: For All to See (2015) … Vivian McMillan
 2013-2014 Producing Juliet (TV Series)
Juliet Bello

Waiting in the Wings Pt 2 (2014) … Juliet Bello
Waiting in the Wings Pt 1 (2014) … Juliet Bello
Stage Reality (2014) … Juliet Bello
The Play’s the Thing Part 2 (2014) … Juliet Bello
The Play’s the Thing Part 1 (2014) … Juliet Bello
 2014 The Sonnet Project (TV Series)

Sonnet #112 (2014)
 2012/I Hey (Short)
The Rebound
 2012 Shadow Free (TV Series)
Lauren Gray
 2011 Good People in Love (TV Series short)
Sarah

Call it a Night (2011) … Sarah
Left Over (2011) … Sarah
Main Course (2011) … Sarah
Drink Before Dinner (2011) … Sarah
Setting the Table (2011) … Sarah
 2011 The Temp Life (TV Series)
Bonnie

Law & Lunch Order (2011) … Bonnie
 2009 Lucrecia (Short)
Lucrecia
 2009 Gossip Girl (TV Series)
Dorm Girl

The Freshmen (2009) … Dorm Girl (as Rachel Hip Flores)
 2008 Mordere (Short)
Rachael
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 2018 Liberty Falls (TV Movie)
 2012/I Hey (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2014 Super Geeked Up (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #2.40 (2014) … Herself – Guest
 2013 One Voice Many Faces (Documentary) (voice)

 

SHANA DOWDESWELL

Shana Elizabeth Dowdeswell (died December 12, 2012) was born on April 1, 1989 in Harare, Zimbabwe. She then moved to New York City where she attended City and Country School, PS 3, and finally PPAS High School. She also began a career as an actress, beginning at age eight. Over the years, she accumulated many credits, including playing Anne Frank …
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Actress (19 credits)
 2013/II Wish You Were Here (Short) (completed)
Michelle
 2017 An Ornament of Faith
Fatima
 2015 Mistress America
Ruth
 2013 Going South (Short)
Martha
 2013 The Big Wedding
Waitress
 2013 Teamwork Like Wolves (TV Series)
Jeanie
 2011 Body of Proof (TV Series)
Maxine Hall / Maxine

Hard Knocks (2011) … Maxine Hall (uncredited)
Point of Origin (2011) … Maxine (uncredited)
 2011/II Choose
Sara
 2010/I Mercy
Abby Jansen
 2010 Mercy (TV Series)
Abby

I Did Kill You, Didn’t I? (2010) … Abby
 2005-2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Nikki Sherman / Melissa

Turmoil (2009) … Nikki Sherman
Hooked (2005) … Melissa
 2009 Asylum Seekers
Girlfriend
 2009 The Winning Season
Molly
 2009 Law & Order (TV Series)
Karen Johnson

Chattel (2009) … Karen Johnson
 2007 Family of the Year (TV Series)
Tatum Sue Holloway

Pilot (2007) … Tatum Sue Holloway
 2005 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Jordan Fernholz

In the Wee Small Hours: Part 2 (2005) … Jordan Fernholz
In the Wee Small Hours: Part 1 (2005) … Jordan Fernholz
 2002 The Stream (Short)
The girl
 2002 Garmento
Shopper

ARINDER SADHRA

Arinder Sadhra is an actress, known for Rise of the Footsoldier 3 (2017), C.B. Strike (2017) and After the World Ended (2015).
Actress (21 credits)
 2018 Lighter (post-production)
Anna
  Enemy of England (completed)
Mary (as Arinda Alexander)
 2017/I More (Short) (completed)
Vivien
 2016 Miss Lead (Short) (completed)
Female Police Officer
 2013/I The Other Woman (Short) (completed)
Shalini (as Arinda Alexander)
 2018 Approval Needed (Short)
Amita
 2017 C.B. Strike (TV Series)
Marsha

The Cuckoo’s Calling: Part 3 (2017) … Marsha
The Cuckoo’s Calling: Part 2 (2017) … Marsha
 2017 Broken (TV Series)
Police liaison officer

Andrew (2017) … Police liaison officer
Helen (2017) … Police liaison officer
 2017 The Black Prince
Mangla
 2017 Uncle (TV Series)
Doctor Chaudry

Dinner, I Hardly Knew Her (2017) … Doctor Chaudry
 2016 Rachel (Short)
Funeral Director
 2016 Moving On (TV Series)
Doctor

Burden (2016) … Doctor
 2015 Holby City (TV Series)
Yasmin Gupta

Calling Time (2015) … Yasmin Gupta
 2015 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Social Worker

Episode #1.8691 (2015) … Social Worker
 2015 After the World Ended
Aurora (as Arinda Alexander)
 2014 Babylon (TV Mini-Series)
Uxbridge TV Reporter

Episode #1.4 (2014) … Uxbridge TV Reporter (as Arinda Alexander)
 2014 Second Coming
Manjeet (as Arinda Alexander)
 2013 The Tunnel (TV Series)
Senior Policewoman

Episode #1.7 (2013) … Senior Policewoman (as Arinda Alexander)
 2011/I Mercy (Short)
Bushra (as Arinda Alexander)

AISLINN DE’ATH

Aislinn De’Ath is an award winning British actress for stage, screen and radio, most widely known for playing Marianna in FMV game The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker and Veronica McShell in award winning app series Zombies, Run! She has worked with a wide selection of directors, from Sophie Black of Triskelle Films to award winning film maker…
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Actress (19 credits)
  Fright (Short) (post-production)
Fright
 2018/II A Friend in Need (Short) (post-production)
Emma Davenport
 2017 Hurricane (TV Movie) (post-production)
Natalie
 2018 The Shapeshifting Detective (Video Game)
Violet Gallacher
 2017 Imagineer (Short)
Media Reporter (voice)
 2017 The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (Video Game)
Marianna
 2016 Rachel (Short)
Rachel
 2016/II Spaceman (Short)
Anna Egerton
 2016/I Switch Off (Short)
Gail
 2015 Murmur (Short)
Wife IX
 2015 Shut-in (Short)
 2014 Lost Boy Lost Girl (Short)
Leanne
 2014 Silent Witness (TV Series)
Caitlin

In a Lonely Place: Part 2 (2014) … Caitlin
In a Lonely Place: Part 1 (2014) … Caitlin
 2013 After Dark (TV Movie)
Luka
 2013 Advice (Short)
Rachel
 2012 Advice (Short)
Rachel
 2012 Light of Day (Short)
Woman
 2011 Let In (Short)
Woman
 2011 Shipment 56 (Short)
Lesley

MARIA JOSE CANTUDO

María José Cantudo was born on July 10, 1951 in Andújar, Jaén, Andalucía, Spain as María Purificación Cantudo Porcel. She is an actress, known for El huerto del Francés (1978), Blood and Passion (1975) and Pasión (1977). She was previously married to Manolo Otero. See full bio »
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Actress (35 credits)
 2002-2011 Cuéntame (TV Series)
Susana de Ramírez Sañudo

Gajes del oficio (2011) … Susana de Ramírez Sañudo
Los pingüinos del invicto Caudillo (2007) … Susana de Ramírez Sañudo
Un orden nuevo (2004) … Susana de Ramírez Sañudo
Miedo en el cuerpo (2003) … Susana de Ramírez Sañudo
Los tiempos cambian (2003) … Susana de Ramírez Sañudo
 2010 La que se avecina (TV Series)
María José Cantudo

 2004 ¿Se puede? (TV Series)

Doble equívoco/Sueño en colores/La manicura/Las viudas (2004) … (as Mª José Cantudo)
 2001 Blade of Darkness (Video Game)
Terrifying Atmospheric Voice (voice)
 1997 Función de noche (TV Series)
Mariquilla Terremoto

Mariquilla Terremoto (1997) … Mariquilla Terremoto
 1995 El águila de fuego (TV Movie)
 1994 ¡Ay, Señor, Señor! (TV Series)
 1987 Un, dos, tres… responda otra vez (TV Series)
El Pichi

Madrid (1987) … El Pichi
 1985 La comedia musical española (TV Series)
Fifí / Emérita

El sobre verde (1985) … (as Maria Jose Cantudo)
Las de Villadiego (1985) … Fifí
Róbame esta noche (1985) … Emérita
 1985 Sangre en el Caribe
Julia
 1984 Piernas cruzadas
Lucerito Rioja / Rosario de la Mota
 1982 The Ambitious Lover
Anna / Aris’ lover
 1982 Las chicas del bingo
María
 1981 Bordello
Esther
 1978 El huerto del Francés
Andrea (as Maria Jose Cantudo)
 1977 Delirio d’amore
Isabel
 1977 Pasión
 1976 Los hijos de…
Rocío
 1976 Secuestro
Marisa
 1976 Señoritas de uniforme
Manuela (as Mª José Cantudo)
 1975 Blood and Passion
Juana Ríos
 1974-1975 Sergeant Berry (TV Series)

… und die Gefahren der Schönheit (1975) … (as Maria Cantudo)
… und die mexikanische Nacht (1974) … (as M.J. Cantudo)
 1973-1974 Im Auftrag von Madame (TV Series)
Julia Aguilar / Angela

Komm mit nach Sevilla (1974) … Julia Aguilar (as José Cantudo)
Perucci packt aus (1973) … Angela (as José Cantudo)
 1973 Autopsia
Sra. Vincent
 1973 Horror Rises from the Tomb
Chantal (as Maria Jose Cantudo)

PAOLA PAULIN

Paola Paulin was born in Mexico and raised in Medellín, Colombia. An avid painter, guitar player, and ballet dancer, she was also active in various sports, including tennis and swimming. Since a very young age, Paulin spent several months at a time in the US in order to improve and perfect her English. In addition to English and Spanish, Paulin
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Actress (3 credits)
 2018 Beneath the Mistletoe (TV Short)
Claire
 2015-2017 Ballers (TV Series)
Michelle / Pool Party Guest

Ricky-Leaks (2017) … Pool Party Guest (as Paola A. Paulin)
Heads Will Roll (2015) … Michelle
Move the Chains (2015) … Michelle
 2017 American Violence
Maria
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2018 This Is LA (TV Series)
Herself – Host

All Things Small & Cute (2018) … Herself – Host

Paola Andino

Paola Andino

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Andino on August 1, 2014
Born Paola Nicole Andino
(1998-03-22) March 22, 1998 (age 20)[1]
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Occupation Actress
Years active 2010–present

Paola Nicole Andino (born March 22, 1998)[1] is an American actress known for her lead role as Emma Alonso in the Nickelodeon series, Every Witch Way.

Biography[edit]

Andino was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico,[2][3] and moved to Dallas, Texas, at the age of three[4] with her parents and brother.[5] As a child, she danced competitively as a member of Lewisville’s Footlights Dance Studio;[6][7] at the age of ten she started taking acting classes with Antonia Denardo at Denardo Talent Ventures in Lewisville.[6][8] After a guest appearance in an episode of Grey’s Anatomy,[8] in 2011 she starred in Hallmark Hall of Fame‘s movie Beyond the Blackboard.[9][10] In December 2013, she got the role of Emma Alonso, the female lead, in the series Every Witch Way, which started airing in January 2014.[11] For this role she was nominated as Best Young Actress at the 29th Imagen Awards.[12][13]

Filmography[edit]

Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Grey’s Anatomy Lily Price Episode: “These Arms of Mine”
2011 Beyond the Blackboard Maria TV movie
2014 ReactToThat Herself
2014–15 Every Witch Way Emma Alonso Lead role
2015 Talia in the Kitchen Emma Alonso Crossover episode: “Every Witch Lola’s”
2015 WITS Academy Emma Alonso 2 episodes
2017 Queen of the South Olivia “Chaparra” Gutiérrez 5 episodes