Bernadette Balagtas is an actress, known for Red Dawn (2012), As Good as It Gets (1997) and The Debut (2000).


Actress (12 credits)
 2017 Santa Clarita Diet (TV Series)

So Then a Bat or A Monkey (2017) … Casey
 2012 Red Dawn
Government Speaker (uncredited)
 2011 Driver: San Francisco (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice)
 2010 Pacific Rim Comedy (TV Series)
 2008 Saints Row 2 (Video Game)
Asian Female / Various (voice)
 2008 Size Matters (Short)
 2006 Girlfriends (TV Series)
Singer #1

Karaokee-Dokee (2006) … Singer #1
 2005-2006 Just Legal (TV Series)

The Bar (2006) … Interpreter
Pilot (2005) … Interpreter
 2005 Inside Joke (TV Series)
Korean Tour Guide

Mike and Amy (2005) … Korean Tour Guide
 2000 The Debut
Rose Mercado
 1997 As Good as It Gets
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2007 Comics Unleashed (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 14 May 2007 (2007) … Herself – Guest
 2006 Comedy Zen (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2006) … Herself

Joy Bisco

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Joy Bisco

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Joy Bisco
Born Jocelyn Bisco
(1975-10-15) October 15, 1975 (age 43)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s) Phillip Jeanmarie

Jocelyn “Joy” Bisco (born October 15, 1975) is a Filipino American actress.

She graduated from University City High School in San Diego, California. Her movie credits include The Debut and Not Another Teen Movie.

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Madison Riley

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Madison Riley
Born Madison Riley Aplanalp
(1990-03-16) March 16, 1990 (age 28)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Madison Riley Aplanalp (born March 16, 1990), better known as Madison Riley, is an American actress.


Year Title Role
2006 Smallville Cousin
2006 Bratz: Passion 4 Fashion – Diamondz Trendy Girl (voice)
2007 Bratz Trendy Girl
2008 ‘Til Death Shoshanna
Zoey 101 Gretchen
2009 Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling Earthchild/Heather
Fired Up Lily
Miss March Socialite
Hatching Pete Cammie Poole
The Prankster Tiffany Fowler
Jonas Anya/Kimi
2010 Grown Ups Jasmine Hillard
Pair of Kings Amazonia
2011 Prom Kristen
2012 Fred 3: Camp Fred Oksana
Super Zeroes Roxanna
Besties Ashley
Two and a Half Men Britte
2014 White Collar Genevieve
2015 Elementary Courtney Stever
Actress (23 credits)
 2015 Undateable (TV Series)

A Won’t They Walks Into a Bar (2015) … Karli
A Will They Walks Into a Bar (2015) … Karli
 2015 Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List
Dakota (uncredited)
 2015 Elementary (TV Series)
Courtney Stever

Seed Money (2015) … Courtney Stever
 2014 White Collar (TV Series)

Taking Stock (2014) … Genevieve
 2013 Watching the Wilsons (TV Movie)
 2013 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Grab a Feather and Get in Line (2013) … Britte
 2012 Besties
 2012 Fred 3: Camp Fred
 2012 Super Zeroes
 2011 Prom
 2010 The Prankster
Tiffany Fowler
 2010 Pair of Kings (TV Series)

A Mermaid’s Tail (2010) … Amazonia
 2010/I Grown Ups
Jasmine Hilliard
 2010 Jim and Kim (Short)
 2009 Jonas (TV Series)

Cold Shoulder (2009) … Anya
 2009 Hatching Pete (TV Movie)
Camie Poole
 2009 Miss March
 2009 Fired Up!
 2009 Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling (Video)
Earthchild / Heather
 2008 ‘Til Death (TV Series)

Speed Bumps (2008) … Shoshanna
 2008 Zoey 101 (TV Series)

Goodbye Zoey (2008) … Gretchen
 2007 Bratz
Trendy Girl
 2006 Bratz: Passion 4 Fashion – Diamondz (Video)
Trendy Girl (voice, uncredited)


Kristin Richardson was born on August 4, 1970 in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, USA as Kristin Kay Willits. She is known for her work on Jarhead (2005), Rock Star (2001) and Shut Up and Kiss Me! (2004). She has been married to Kevin Scott Richardson since June 17, 2000. They have two children.
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Actress (36 credits)
 2015 Wingman Inc.
 2012/II Between the Lines (Short)
 2010 Soupernatural
Kelly O’Day
 2010 The Defenders (TV Series)
Jen Riley

Nevada v. Riley (2010) … Jen Riley
 2010 Anderson’s Cross
Step-mom Missy
 2010 Numb3rs (TV Series)
Roxie Ray

Devil Girl (2010) … Roxie Ray
 2010 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Sarah Hansen

Criminal Justice (2010) … Sarah Hansen
 2009 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Yvonne Ashford

Pleasure Is My Business (2009) … Yvonne Ashford
 2009 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Chelsea Keyes

Chameleon (2009) … Chelsea Keyes
 2008 Boiler Maker
 2007 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Kate Lambert

CSI: My Nanny (2007) … Kate Lambert
 2007 Harpies (TV Movie)
 2006 E-Ring (TV Series)
Princess Amelia

The Two Princes (2006) … Princess Amelia
 2006 Close to Home (TV Series)
DeeDee Bass

Homecoming (2006) … DeeDee Bass
 2006 Joey (TV Series)

Joey and the Beard (2006) … Edie
 2006 Final Move
Sarah Underhill
 2006 Out of Practice (TV Series)

Yours, Mine or His? (2006) … Trisha
 2005 Supernatural (TV Series)

Home (2005) … Jenny
 2005 Jarhead
 2005 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)

Room Service (2005) … Eva
 2005 Cold Case (TV Series)
Angie Parrington – 2005

Family (2005) … Angie Parrington – 2005
 2005 Laundry Night (Short)
 2005 NYPD Blue (TV Series)
Elizabeth Keenan

La Bomba (2005) … Elizabeth Keenan
 2004 Lost (TV Series)

Confidence Man (2004) … Jessica
 2004 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Just Like Buffalo (2004) … Tiffany
 2004 Eve (TV Series)

Ride or Die Chick (2004) … Carmen
 2004 Shut Up and Kiss Me!
Jessica Preston
 2003 Angel (TV Series)
KTLA Reporter Tracy

Peace Out (2003) … KTLA Reporter Tracy
 2003 Charmed (TV Series)

Centennial Charmed (2003) … Darla
 2001 Once and Again (TV Series)

Tough Love (2001) … Delancey
 2001 Rock Star
Samantha (as Kristin Willits)
 2000 Crossings (Short)
 2000 The Michael Richards Show (TV Series)
Lorrel Canyons

It’s Only Personal (2000) … Lorrel Canyons
 1999 Man on the Moon
Tony Clifton Dancer (as Kristin K. Willits)
 1999 Malibu, CA (TV Series)

Jason’s New Job (1999) … Kelly (as Kristin Willits)

Salli Richardson

Salli Richardson

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Salli Richardson
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Richardson in 2012
Born Salli Elise Richardson
(1967-11-23) November 23, 1967 (age 50)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Other names Salli Richardson-Whitfield
Education University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
Occupation Actress, director
Years active 1991–present
Dondre Whitfield (m. 2002)
Children 2
Website Official website

Salli Elise Richardson (born November 23, 1967) is an American television and film actress and director. Richardson is known for her role as Angela on the 1994 hit comedy/action film A Low Down Dirty Shame and for her role as Dr. Allison Blake on the Syfy comedy-drama series Eureka (2006–2012).

She is also known for her voice acting as Elisa Maza on the Disney animated series Gargoyles (1994–1996),[1] and as Viveca Foster on the CBS series Family Law (1999-2002). Richardson also has appeared in a number of films such as A Low Down Dirty Shame (1994), The Great White Hype (1996), Antwone Fisher (2002), Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) and I Am Legend (2007). She had leading roles in the independent films Pastor Brown (2009), Black Dynamite (2009) and I Will Follow (2010).

Early life[edit]

Richardson-Whitfield was born in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of an African AmericanNative American mother and a white father, of Italian and English descent.[2][3] She has three brothers: Josh Richardson, Chad Richardson, and Nalin. Richardson played tennis in high school, and launched her acting career in the Kuumba Workshop theater there.[4] She graduated from the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools in 1985.


Richardson began her acting career in the theater before roles in television and film.[4] In film, she played small roles in Prelude to a Kiss, Mo’ Money, Posse, and later had major roles in Sioux City and A Low Down Dirty Shame. From 1994 to 1996 she voiced the character Elisa Maza on the animated series Gargoyles.[1] She had many guest-starring roles in numerous television shows, such as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, New York Undercover, The Pretender, Stargate SG-1, NYPD Blue, House, Bones, Criminal Minds, NCIS and Castle.

Richardson in 2008

Richardson starred opposite Dixie Carter and Kathleen Quinlan in the CBS legal drama series, Family Law, from 1999 to 2002. She had recurring roles as Nancy Adams on Rude Awakening, and as Laura on CSI: Miami. She starred opposite Denzel Washington in the 2002 drama film Antwone Fisher. She also appeared in the 2004 horror film Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid and starred opposite Will Smith in 2007’s post-apocalyptic film I Am Legend. She later had a leading role in the independent dramas Pastor Brown (2009) and I Will Follow (2010). She also starred in The Sin Seer with Isaiah Washington, set for 2015 release.[5]

From 2006 to 2012, Richardson starred as Department of Defense agent (and later head of Global Dynamics) Allison Blake in the Syfy comedy-drama series Eureka. Her second pregnancy was written into the storyline of the series.[4] After the series’ cancellation, she was cast as the lead in the Lifetime drama pilot The Secret Lives of Wives.[6] In 2014, Richardson was cast in a recurring role on Lifetime’s The Lottery as the first lady of the United States,[7] but she lost it to Shelley Conn;[8] She also has a role on BET‘s Being Mary Jane as an old friend of the lead character.[9][10] In 2015, Richardson was cast in the ABC Family series, Stitchers.[11] In August–September 2016, she made appearances as one of the co-hosts of the Hollywood Today Live daily show seating next to Ross Mathews.

Richardson has also worked as a director of episodic television. Following her directorial debut on two episodes of Ava DuVernay‘s original drama series for OWN, Queen Sugar (on which her husband Dondre Whitfield appears as a series regular),[12] in 2016, Richardson has also directed an episode of the historical action-drama Underground for WGN America.[13] In 2017, she directed two episodes of BET drama Rebel, and Shonda RhimesScandal. In 2018, she also directed the 16th episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.s season 5 entitled “Inside voices”.[14]

Personal life[edit]

On September 8, 2002, she married long-time boyfriend and fellow actor Dondre Whitfield. She and Whitfield have one daughter, Parker Richardson-Whitfield, and one son, Dondre Terrell Whitfield Jr. (born January 24, 2009).[15] Whitfield has appeared along with her husband Dondre Whitfield in a late night infomercial as part of an advertising campaign to promote the Time Life Zestify Midnight Soul collection.[16]



Year Title Role Notes
1991 Up Against the Wall Denise
1992 Prelude to a Kiss Bridesmaid
1992 Mo’ Money Pretty Customer
1992 How U Like Me Now Valerie
1993 Posse Lana
1994 I Spy Returns Nicole Scott Television film
1994 Sioux City Jolene Buckley
1994 A Low Down Dirty Shame Angela
1994 Lily in Winter Ada Covington Television film
1995 Once Upon a Time…When We Were Colored Miss Alice
1996 Soul of the Game Lahoma
1996 The Great White Hype Bambi
1997 True Women Martha Television film
1998 Butter Blusette Ford
1999 Lillie Lillie
2002 Book of Love: The Definitive Reason Why Men Are Dogs Karen
2002 Antwone Fisher Berta Davenport
2002 Baby of the Family Nelli McPherson
2003 Biker Boyz Half & Half
2004 Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid Gail Stern
2007 I Am Legend Zoe Neville
2009 Black Dynamite Gloria
2009 Pastor Brown Jessica “Jesse” Brown Nominated—Black Reel Award for Best Actress
2010 I Will Follow Maye
2012 We the Party Principal Reynolds
2013 Teachers Christine Television film
2015 Playin’ for Love Talisa McCoy
2015 The Sin Seer Nia Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1992 Silk Stalkings Shelley Episode: “Wild Card”
1993 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Fenna / Nidell Episode: “Second Sight”
1994 Roc Diane Hubbard Episode: “The Last Temptation of Roc”
1994 New York Undercover Tammy Barrett Episode: “Eyewitness Blues”
1994–1996 Gargoyles Elisa Maza (voice) Series regular
1996 Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles Elisa Maza (voice) Series regular
1997 Stargate SG-1 Drey’auc Episode: “Bloodlines”
1997 Between Brothers Vanessa Episode: “The Player”
1998 The Pretender Cynthia Sloan Episode: “Gigolo Jarod”
1998–1999 Mercy Point Lt. Kim Salisaw Series regular
1999 The Jamie Foxx Show Camille Turner Episode: “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire”
2000 Secret Agent Man Rachel Episode: “WhupSumAss”
2000–2001 Rude Awakening Nancy Adams Recurring role, 9 episodes
1999–2002 Family Law Viveca Foster Series regular
2003 CSI: Miami Laura Recurring role, 5 episodes
2004 Line of Fire Erica Logan Episode: “The Senator”
2004 Second Time Around Amanda Episode: “Coupling Up”
2004 NYPD Blue Bobbi Kingston Episodes: “My Dinner with Andy” and “I Like Ike”
2005 House Sharon Episode: “Sports Medicine”
2005 1-800-Missing Kelly Episode: “Sisterhood”
2005 The War at Home Vanessa Episode: “Guess Who’s Coming to the Barbecue”
2006 Bones Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim Kurland Episode: “Aliens in a Spaceship”
2009 Criminal Minds Tamara Barnes Episodes: “Hopeless” and “The Eyes Have It”
2006–2012 Eureka Allison Blake Series regular
Nominated—NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series (2011)
2012 The Finder Athena Brookes Episode: “Life After Death”
2012 The Secret Lives of Wives Reed TV pilot
2012–2013 The Newsroom Jane Barrow Recurring role, 3 episodes
2013 NCIS Carrie Clark Episode: “Alibi
2014 House of Lies Sandra Joy Episode: “Power(less)”
2014 Castle U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Weston Episode: “The Greater Good”
2014 NCIS Carrie Clark Episode: “Semper Fortis”
2015 Being Mary Jane Valerie Recurring role, 5 episodes
2015–2017 Stitchers Maggie Series regular
2015 NCIS Carrie Clark Episode: “A Day in Court”
2016 Queen Sugar Directed episodes “So Far” and “All Good”
(as Salli Richardson-Whitfield)[12]
2017 Underground Directed episode: “Nok Aaut”
as Salli Richardson-Whitfield[13]
2018 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Directed episode: “Inside Voices”
(as Salli Richardson-Whitfield)[14]
2018 Luke Cage Directed episode: “Get Physical”
(as Salli Richardson-Whitfield)[citation needed]
2018 Black Lightning District Attorney Montez Episode: “The Book of Consequences: Chapter Four: Translucent Freak” (also directed)


Rose Riley is an actress, known for Truth (2015), The Death and Life of Otto Bloom (2016) and Secret City (2016).
Actress (12 credits)
 2016 Patterns (Short) (completed)
 2018 Book Week
Melanie Murphy
 2018/II The Way (Short)
 2018 Mystery Road (TV Mini-Series)
Georgia Kennedy

Chasing Ghosts (2018) … Georgia Kennedy
Blood Ties (2018) … Georgia Kennedy
 2016 Secret City (TV Series)

Falling Hard (2016) … Ebony
 2015 Problem Play (Short)
Flip / Sebastian
 2015/II Meat (Short)
 2015 Truth
Josh Howard’s Assistant
 2014 Hotel Picard (Short)
 2014 All That Matters (Short)
 2013 Profile (Short)


Kara Lindsay was born on February 16, 1985 in Rochester, New York, USA. She is an actress, known for Disney’s Newsies the Broadway Musical (2017), Murphy Brown (1988) and Submissions Only (2010).
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Actress (3 credits)
 2018 Murphy Brown (TV Series)

Results May Vary (2018) … Callie
 2012 Submissions Only (TV Series)
Composition Callbacks Group 2

The Growing Interconnectedness (2012) … Composition Callbacks Group 2
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (2 credits)
 2017 Disney’s Newsies the Broadway Musical (performer: “Watch What Happens”, “King of New York”, “Watch What Happens (Reprise)”, “Something to Believe In”, “Once and For All”)
 2012 The 66th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special documentary) (performer: “Seize the Day”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (7 credits)
 2016-2017 #LiveatFive (TV Series)

Kara Lindsay (2017) … Herself
Newsies Premiere (2017) … Herself
Kara Lindsay (2016) … Herself
 2017 Show People with Paul Wontorek (TV Series)

Kara Lindsay (2017) … Herself
 2013 The Show (TV Series)

Episode #1.12 (2013) … Herself
 2013 Working in the Theatre (TV Series documentary)

The Anatomy of a Song (2013) … Herself
 2013 Side by Side by Susan Blackwell (TV Series)

Episode #3.3 (2013) … Herself
 2012 The 66th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special documentary)
Herself – Performer
 2011 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (TV Special)

Roles (3)

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Playbill - December 2017 Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (2014)
Opened Jan 12, 2014
  • as Cynthia Weil (Replacement)
  • Sep 12, 2017 – Dec 31, 2017


    Additional Dates

    • Jul 10, 2018 – Oct 14, 2018
Wicked Playbill - July 2016 Wicked (2003)
Opened Oct 30, 2003
  • as Glinda (Replacement)
  • Dec 16, 2014 – Jan 31, 2016


    Additional Dates

    • Nov 1, 2016 – Jul 30, 2017
Newsies Playbill - Opening Night Newsies (2012)
Opened Mar 29, 2012
  • as Katherine (Original)
Newsies - Opening Night
  • Mar 15, 2012 – Feb 2, 2014

Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson

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Kendra Baskett
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Baskett in October 2011
Born Kendra Leigh Wilkinson
(1985-06-12) June 12, 1985 (age 33)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Residence Calabasas, California
Occupation Television personality, businesswoman, glamour model, author
Years active 2004–present
Hank Baskett
(m. 2009; div. 2018)
Partner(s) Hugh Hefner (2004–2008)
Children 2

Kendra Leigh Baskett[1] (née Wilkinson; born June 12, 1985)[2] is an American television personality, businesswoman, glamour model, and author. She is known for being one of Hugh Hefner‘s three girlfriends and for her role on the E! reality television series The Girls Next Door, on which her life in the Playboy Mansion was documented. Although not a Playboy Playmate, she has appeared in three nude pictorials with her Girls Next Door co-stars and fellow Hefner girlfriends Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt. Her first reality series, Kendra, debuted in June 2009.

Early life

Born in San Diego, California,[2] Baskett is of English, Irish, and Ukrainian descent.[3][4] She has a younger brother named Colin. Her mother, Patti, was originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and had been a cheerleader for the Philadelphia Eagles. Her father, Eric, was raised in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and Ocean City, New Jersey, before moving to San Diego, California at age 15. He received a degree in biochemistry from the University of California, San Diego, and went on to found several biotechnology companies before retiring at the age of 48. Patti and Eric married on November 5, 1983. They divorced on March 25, 1994, when Kendra was eight years old. Her grandmother, Gloria Wilkinson, died in December 2004.[4]

Baskett was and raised in San Diego’s Clairemont neighborhood, and played softball for six years with the Clairemont Bobby Sox.[5] When she left high school, she began working as a glamour model, and also briefly worked as an administrative assistant in a dentist’s office.[6]


2004–09: Playboy and The Girls Next Door

Baskett met Hugh Hefner at his 78th birthday party in April 2004, where she was hired to be one of the “painted girls”[7] (women who are nude except for painted-on accessories). Hefner had seen a photo of her shot by Kim Riley, on a fax machine at the Playboy Mansion and wanted to know who she was. Shortly after they met, Hefner asked Wilkinson to be one of his girlfriends, and he moved her into the Playboy Mansion[8] In a 2014 interview, Wilkinson explained, “I was like, ‘Hell yeah, I’m here!’ I was living in this small-ass apartment with this ugly-ass bitch. I was praying for anything to get me out of there. I moved in and weeks went by and I didn’t know that sex was involved. I knew nothing about Playboy, I’d just graduated high school.”[9]

She was featured on the E! reality television series The Girls Next Door, which followed the lives of Hefner’s then-girlfriends: Wilkinson, Holly Madison, and Bridget Marquardt. She moved out of the Playboy Mansion in 2009 after meeting her future husband, Hank Baskett,[10] and filmed her own spin-off reality show for E! called Kendra. The first season was about her living on her own and planning her wedding.[11]

Baskett has made several cameos on different programs such as Las Vegas and Entourage. She also appeared in Akon‘s music video “Smack That“. While on the set of the video, Eminem poured a bottle of water on her head, though the two later reconciled.[12] In 2006, she appeared in the Playboy Special Editions Sexy 100. In 2007, she appeared in Nickelback‘s music video of “Rockstar“, along with Madison and Marquardt. They also had a cameo role in the 2006 film Scary Movie 4.[13] Wilkinson also showed her creative side as a rapper on MTV’s Celebrity Rap Superstar which debuted on August 30, 2007. She rapped to Ludacris’ “Fantasy”, in response to the question asked by the show’s host, “Can Kendra move her mouth as fast as she moves her booty?”[14] She went on to take second place, losing to Shar Jackson.

Baskett’s stated career goal is to become a massage therapist or sports announcer.[15] In December 2005, she became a regular blogger columnist at the website of the Philadelphia Eagles,[16] a team for which her mother had been a professional cheerleader,[17] and for which her husband played professionally.[18]

2009–11: Kendra, marriage, and motherhood

On August 13, 2008, the Wall Street Journal reported that Baskett was Olive Garden‘s “Biggest Celebrity Fan”. Wilkinson has described Olive Garden’s cuisine as “my soul food.” The newspaper emphasized that her repeated enthusiastic public endorsements of the family restaurant were genuine, personal and were not tied to any payment from Olive Garden. In fact, the company was reported as viewing Baskett’s endorsements with “mixed feelings,” and something on which it was reluctant to comment since the restaurant emphasizes its family-friendly nature.[19]

On September 22, 2008, the International Business Times reported that Wilkinson was engaged to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Hank Baskett.[20] Wilkinson initially denied this, but she later admitted she was in a relationship with Baskett on October 7, 2008 in an interview with Chelsea Handler on Chelsea Lately.[21][22] On November 6, 2008, E! Online announced Wilkinson and Baskett were engaged, after he proposed the previous Saturday at the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.[23][24]

Wilkinson married Baskett on June 27, 2009, at the Playboy Mansion.[25] Although it was initially announced that Hugh Hefner would give the bride away, Kendra’s brother Colin walked her down the aisle. Wilkinson’s family was in attendance, as well as former Girls Next Door stars Holly Madison and Bridget Marquardt.[26][27][28] On the wedding episode of Kendra, she said that she would be taking Baskett’s last name. They lived in Calabasas, California.[29]

On June 11, 2009, Wilkinson announced that she and Baskett were expecting their first baby together.[30] The baby, a boy named Hank Baskett IV, was born December 11, 2009.[31][32] Wilkinson’s friends hosted a baby shower on September 9, 2009. She told E! News that Hefner will be the child’s godfather.[33][better source needed] but later denied this in an interview in OK magazine.[citation needed]

In an interview after the birth of Hank IV, Baskett revealed she had suffered post-partum depression. “After giving birth, I never brushed my hair, my teeth, or took a shower,” said Baskett. “I looked in the mirror one day and was really depressed.” After the birth she weighed 140 pounds, according to a E! interview. She attributed her depression to moving to Indianapolis where her husband played so soon after Hank IV’s birth and feeling isolated.[34]

Baskett starred in a spinoff of Girls Next Door, titled Kendra, which focused on her life after leaving the Playboy Mansion and getting engaged to then Philadelphia Eagles receiver Hank Baskett. The Girls Next Door executive producer Kevin Burns serves in the same capacity on the series. Kendra is produced by Prometheus Entertainment, Fox TV Studios, and Alta Loma Entertainment.[35] Kendra premiered on June 7, 2009, and had record breaking numbers for E! with 2.6 million viewers, and was the highest-rated reality debut for the network since 2002’s premiere of The Anna Nicole Show.[citation needed] The show’s third-season finale, and 33rd episode, on E! debuted on January 9, 2011. The show was not renewed for a fourth season.

In 2007, Baskett appeared on an episode of WWE Raw with Bridget Marquardt.

In 2010 she published a memoir, Sliding Into Home.[36]

Baskett was a contestant in the twelfth season of Dancing with the Stars, partnered with Louis Van Amstel. She was eliminated in the seventh week, on May 3, 2011. Kendra launched her personal website in November 2011. The digital community offers space for Kendra to answer all her fans questions, and connect with each other while talking about family, friends and laughter.[37]

On March 17, 2010, Baskett’s E! True Hollywood Story premiered on E! Entertainment Television. During the hour-long episode, she discussed her rocky road to stardom. In May 2010, a video recording of Wilkinson having sex with a then-unidentified man surfaced. The recording was acquired by Vivid Entertainment, who planned to distribute the tape as Kendra Exposed. Wilkinson contested the release and threatened to sue should it be released.[38][39] RadarOnline reported that in 2008, Wilkinson herself set up a company Home Run Productions LLC, through which she made several attempts to sell sex tapes.[40][41] Sources have reported that Wilkinson was paid $680,000 for the film that was made by her high school boyfriend Justin Frye when she was 18.[42][43]

2012–present: Kendra on Top

After parting ways with E! in 2011, Baskett and her family started a new reality show on WE tv, Kendra on Top. It premiered June 5, 2012.[44] The show continues to be aired in 2017.[45]

On February 26, 2013, Baskett appeared on an episode of Celebrity Wife Swap with Kate Gosselin. On April 20, 2013, she was involved with another vehicle in an automobile accident on a California freeway. Her injuries included having a minor hemorrhagic stroke.[46] On October 31, 2013, Baskett announced that she was pregnant with her second child via a Twitter photo.[47]

The couple’s second child, Alijah Mary Baskett, was born May 16, 2014.[48]

In November 2014, Baskett was a contestant on the 14th series of the UK reality TV series hit I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, finishing in sixth place.[49]

On April 28, 2017, Baskett and her mother were one of the families featured on the WE reality show Marriage Bootcamp: Family Edition.

On April 3, 2018, she filed for divorce from Hank Baskett.[50]

Actress (12 credits)
 2015 Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (TV Movie)
 2013 The Mindy Project (TV Series)

Bro Club for Dudes (2013) … Marie (as Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett)
 2013 Scary Movie 5
Kendra Wilkinson (uncredited)
 2008 The House Bunny
Kendra Wilkinson
 2007 General Hospital (TV Series)
Playboy Bunny

Episode #1.11376 (2007) … Playboy Bunny
 2006 Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Kendra Wilkinson

Drippy Pony (2006) … Kendra Wilkinson (voice)
 2006 Akon Feat. Eminem: Smack That (Video short) (uncredited)
 2006 Scary Movie 4
Blonde #3
 2005 Weezer: Beverly Hills (Video short)
Kendra Wilkinson
 2005 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)
Kendra Wilkinson

The Smoking Jacket (2005) … Kendra Wilkinson
 2005 Entourage (TV Series)

Aquamansion (2005) … Playmate
 2005 Las Vegas (TV Series)
Mystique Waitress

The Lie Is Cast (2005) … Mystique Waitress (uncredited)

Self (84 credits)
 2017-2018 Celebrity Page (TV Series)

Episode #3.91 (2018) … Herself
Episode #2.208 (2017) … Herself
Episode #2.204 (2017) … Herself
Episode #2.182 (2017) … Herself
 2016-2017 The Insider (TV Series)

Episode #13.245 (2017) … Herself
Episode #13.182 (2017) … Herself
Episode #12.172 (2016) … Herself
 2017 Then and Now with Andy Cohen (TV Series documentary)

Being Rich (2017) … Herself
 2017 Daily Pop (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 1 May 2017 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2016-2017 Access Hollywood Live (TV Series)

Episode dated 28 April 2017 (2017) … Herself
Episode dated 6 April 2016 (2016) … Herself
 2016 E! News Live (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 18 November 2016 (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2015-2016 Worst Cooks in America (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant / Herself – Season 7 Finalist

Live and Let Dough (2016) … Herself – Season 7 Finalist
Celebrity: Final Food Fight (2015) … Herself – Contestant
Tapas Can’t Stop Us (2015) … Herself – Contestant
Riddle Me This (2015) … Herself – Contestant
Celebrity Showdown (2015) … Herself – Contestant
 2016 Burgers, Brew and ‘Que (TV Series)

Motor City’s Mouthwatering Meats (2016) … Herself
 2016 Celebrity Food Fight (TV Series)

It Takes Dr. Drew to Tango (2016) … Herself
 2016 Hollywood Medium (TV Series)

 2015-2016 Guilty Pleasures (TV Series)

Sweet Eats vs. Decadent Treats (2016) … Herself
Guilty Obsessions (2015) … Herself
 2012-2016 Kendra on Top (TV Series)

Home Runs (2016) … Herself
Lust in Space (2016) … Herself
Parting Gifts (2016) … Herself
Girls Gone Amy (2016) … Herself
A Bridget Too Far (2016) … Herself
 2016 Steve Harvey (TV Series)

 2015-2016 Hollywood Today Live (TV Series)

Episode dated 1 April 2016 (2016) … Herself (as Kendra Wilkinson Baskett)
Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett/Josh Altman (2015) … Herself (as Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett)
 2016 Kocktails with Khloé (TV Series)

Khloé Kardashian Bares All (2016) … Herself (as Kendra Wilkinson Baskett)
 2016 Sidewalks Entertainment (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Kendra (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2010-2016 E! News (TV Series)
Herself – Guest / Herself / Herself – Interviewee

Episode dated 9 March 2016 (2016) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 18 August 2015 (2015) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 22 May 2014 (2014) … Herself
Episode dated 8 June 2010 (2010) … Herself – Interviewee
 2015 Fandom (Documentary)
 2015 Access Hollywood (TV Series)

Episode dated 24 December 2015 (2015) … Herself
 2015 Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (TV Series)

Diamonds Aren’t Forever (2015) … Herself
Web of Lies (2015) … Herself
The Long Lie (2015) … Herself
Grave Injustice (2015) … Herself
The Sex Tape (2015) … Herself
 2015 Extra (TV Series)

Episode #21.242 (2015) … Herself
 2015 The Real (TV Series)

 2015 Reality Bites (TV Series)
Herself – Team Member

Episode #1.4 (2015) … Herself – Team Member
 2015 Loose Women (TV Series)

Episode #19.102 (2015) … Herself
 2014 I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (TV Series)

Coming Out (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.20 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.19 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.18 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.17 (2014) … Herself
 2014 I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! NOW! (TV Series)

Episode #14.22 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.21 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.20 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.19 (2014) … Herself
Episode #14.18 (2014) … Herself
 2014 Dr. Phil (TV Series)

 2014 The O’Reilly Factor (TV Series)
Herself (segment “Watter’s World”0

Episode dated 20 January 2014 (2014) … Herself (segment “Watter’s World”0
 2013 Home & Family (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #2.15 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2013 Larry King Now (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Kendra Wilkinson (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2013 Bethenny (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

 2013 Good Day L.A. (TV Series)

Episode dated 16 September 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2008-2013 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Jaywalk Reality All-Star

Episode #21.144 (2013) … Herself – Jaywalk Reality All-Star
Episode #19.130 (2011) … Herself
Episode #18.27 (2010) … Herself (as Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett)
Episode #16.10 (2008) … Herself
 2013 Splash (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #1.8 (2013) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #1.7 (2013) … Herself – Contestant (credit only)
Episode #1.6 (2013) … Herself – Contestant (credit only)
Episode #1.5 (2013) … Herself – Contestant (credit only)
Episode #1.4 (2013) … Herself – Contestant (credit only)
 2013 Celebrity Wife Swap (TV Series)

Kate Gosselin/Kendra Wilkinson (2013) … Herself
 2012 How Playboy Changed the World (TV Movie documentary)
 2012 The Talk (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 30 July 2012 (2012) … Herself – Guest
 2008-2012 Today (TV Series)
Herself – Guest / Herself

Episode dated 10 July 2012 (2012) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 24 June 2008 (2008) … Herself (uncredited)
 2012 Big Morning Buzz Live (TV Series)

Kendra Wilkinson/Masha (2012) … Herself
 2012 The Doctors (TV Series)

Sex Secrets: Myth or Reality (2012) … Herself
 2012 America’s Book of Secrets (TV Series documentary)

The Playboy Mansion (2012) … Herself
 2009-2011 Kendra (TV Series)

The Homecoming King/Homeward Bound (2011) … Herself
Booking It (2011) … Herself
Lovitz or Leave It (2011) … Herself
Fathers and Sons (2011) … Herself
Family Matters (2011) … Herself
 2007-2011 Chelsea Lately (TV Series)
Herself – Guest / Herself

Episode #5.150 (2011) … Herself – Guest
Episode #4.170 (2010) … Herself – Guest (as Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett)
Episode #4.35 (2010) … Herself – Guest (as Kendra Baskett)
Episode dated 8 October 2008 (2008) … Herself
Episode #1.67 (2007) … Herself – Guest
 2010-2011 Wendy: The Wendy Williams Show (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Guest

Episode dated 7 October 2011 (2011) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 2 August 2010 (2010) … Herself
Episode dated 26 March 2010 (2010) … Herself
 2010-2011 Rachael Ray (TV Series)

Celebs Set the Record Straight (2011) … Herself
Episode dated 16 November 2010 (2010) … Herself
Episode #4.139 (2010) … Herself
 2011 The Soup (TV Series)

Episode #8.36 (2011) … Herself
 2011 Hef’s Runaway Bride (TV Movie documentary)
 2011 The Marilyn Denis Show (TV Series)

Episode #1.106 (2011) … Herself
 2011 Dancing with the Stars (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #12.13 (2011) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #12.12 (2011) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #12.11 (2011) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #12.10 (2011) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #12.9 (2011) … Herself – Contestant
 2011 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #9.122 (2011) … Herself – Guest
 2006-2011 E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary)

Holly Madison (2011) … Herself (as Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett)
Kendra (2010) … Herself
 2006-2011 Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (TV Series)
Herself – Guest / Herself

Episode dated 21 March 2011 (2011) … Herself – Guest
Episode dated 9 November 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2010-2011 Holly’s World (TV Series)
Herself – Holly’s Friend / Herself

The Way We Weren’t (2011) … Herself – Holly’s Friend
It Takes Balls (2010) … Herself (as Kendra Baskett)
 2010 Entertainment Tonight (TV Series)

Episode dated 30 June 2010 (2010) … Herself
 2005-2009 The Girls Next Door (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Girlfriend for One Year

The Showering Inferno (2009) … Herself (as Kendra Baskett)
Charity Begins at Holmby (2009) … Herself
Transitions: Part 2 (2009) … Herself (as Kendra)
Transitions: Part 1 (2009) … Herself (as Kendra)
Scuba, Scuba, Do! (2009) … Herself (as Kendra)
 2009 Bridget’s Sexiest Beaches (TV Series documentary)
Herself – Special Guest

Southern California (2009) … Herself – Special Guest
 2009 A-List Awards (TV Special)
 2009 Dogg After Dark (TV Series)
 2009 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)

Benefits (2009) … Herself
 2008 America United: In Support of Our Troops (TV Special)
 2008 Last Comic Standing (TV Series)

Episode #6.10 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Living Lohan (TV Series)

The Billionaire Babysitters (2008) … Herself
 2008 Spike Guys Choice (TV Movie)
 2008 Rome Is Burning (TV Series)

Episode dated 9 May 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2007 Last Call with Carson Daly (TV Series)

Episode dated 20 December 2007 (2007) … Herself
 2007 Phenomenon (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.3 (2007) … Herself – Guest
 2007 WWE Raw (TV Series)

Episode #15.44 (2007) … Herself
 2007 Keeping Up with the Kardashians (TV Series)
Herself – The Girls Next Door

Birthday Suit (2007) … Herself – The Girls Next Door
 2007 Celebrity Rap Superstar (TV Series)
 2007 Howard Stern on Demand (TV Series)

Robin Goes Racing (2007) … Herself
 2007 The Girls Next Door Workout (Video documentary)
 2007 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race (TV Movie)
 2007 40 Smokin’ On-Set Hookups (TV Movie documentary)
 2007 The Apprentice (TV Series)

Pink Is the New Black (2007) … Herself
 2006 The 2006 Billboard Music Awards (TV Special)
 2006 Amazon Fishbowl with Bill Maher (TV Series)

Episode #1.10 (2006) … Herself
 2006 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (TV Series)

Episode #2.184 (2006) … Herself (uncredited)
Episode #2.121 (2006) … Herself (uncredited)
 2005-2006 The Tyra Banks Show (TV Series)

All Access Pass with LL Cool J (2006) … Herself
Is Monogamy Natural? (2005) … Herself
 2005 Playboy: Hef’s Halloween Spooktacular (Video documentary)
 2005 The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch (TV Series)

Episode dated 7 December 2005 (2005) … Herself


Asher Keddie

Asher Keddie

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Asher Keddie
Asher Keddie, 2012.jpg

Keddie in May 2012
Born (1974-07-31) 31 July 1974 (age 44)
Melbourne, Victoria
Nationality Australian
Occupation Actress
Jay Bowen (m. 2007–2012)
Children 1

Asher Keddie (born 31 July 1974) is an Australian actress. Beginning her career in the television series Five Mile Creek in the mid 1980s, Keddie received wide recognition for her role in the critically acclaimed series Offspring. Her significant repertoire in television has led to her being dubbed as the ‘Golden Girl of Australian Television’.[1] Keddie also had a small role in the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine, as Dr. Carol Frost. Aside from television and film work, she has several theatre credits, most notably in the Melbourne Theatre Company production of Les Liaisons dangereuses as Madame de Tourvel.

As of 2015, she has taken out the ‘Silver Logie Award for Most Popular Actress’ five times in a row. Keddie won the 2013 Gold Logie award for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television, for her role as Dr Nina Proudman in the Network Ten drama Offspring. She was considered “third time lucky” after previously being nominated twice for the Gold Logie. Keddie has a total of 7 Logie Awards as of May 2015.

Early life[edit]

Keddie was born to Robi and James Keddie, both school teachers.[2] As a child, she took dancing lessons for nine years and at age fourteen, she dislocated her knee prior to an audition at the Australian Ballet School. Despite her initial misfortune, she landed an acting gig in a dance wear ad while at ballet school and subsequently landed an agent.[3] Keddie completed her secondary education at St Michael’s Grammar School, St Kilda.

Entertainment career[edit]

Television and film career[edit]

Keddie had guest roles early in her career in various television dramas, including her first roles in Five Mile Creek (1985), Fortress (1986) and Janus (1994). She played the role of Marriane Sheridan in Blue Heelers (season 3, episode 21) airing on 18 June 1996 and Good Guys, Bad Guys (1997). From 1997 to 1998, she came to the attention of senior network television producers, appearing in State Coroner. Following this, she had a recurring role in Stingers from 2000 to 2004.

Keddie’s big break came in 2004, where she had a leading role in Love My Way, a drama series airing on Foxtel. The series ended in late 2007. This role led to Keddie being nominated for various awards for playing the part of Julia Jackson, a woman who struggles to cope with her own identity in the midst of family tragedy. Keddie’s award win came at the end of Love My Way‘s third series in 2006.

In 2009, Keddie appeared in three different roles. She portrayed police officer Liz Cruickshank in the television drama Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities and journalist Jacinta Burns, in the TV series Rush, as well as Dr Carol Frost in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

In 2010, Keddie depicted author Blanche d’Alpuget in Hawke, a telemovie about the premiership of Bob Hawke (the Prime Minister of Australia, 1983–91). She also became the star of the drama series Offspring, which began airing in August 2010. In April 2011, she had the leading role of Ita Buttrose in ABC1‘s telemovie Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, the story of Buttrose’s rise to success as the editor of Cleo magazine.

In 2014, Keddie starred in Party Tricks as Premier Kate Ballard. Ballard faces an election campaign alongside newly announced Opposition candidate David McLeod (Rodger Corser), with whom she once had a tumultuous affair.


Making her theatre debut for the Melbourne Theatre Company in 1998 in Patrick Marber‘s Closer, Keddie went on to appear in Cyrano de Bergerac, Les Liaisons dangereuses, Birthrights, Great Expectations, The Seagull and Hannie Rayson‘s Life After George. Her performances in the 2005 Melbourne Theatre Company production of Les Liaisons dangereuses, and the Playbox’s The Ishmael Club, both earned her Green Room Award nominations.[4]

In 2007 Keddie starred alongside Jay Bowen in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s play The Glass Soldier written by Hannie Rayson.[5]

Personal life[edit]

She married actor and musician Jay Bowen in January 2007.[6] The pair separated in December 2011.[6] In April 2014, she married artist Vincent Fantauzzo.[7] On 19 November 2014 she announced at the GQ Men’s Award that she was pregnant. On 1 March 2015, the couple welcomed their first child, a boy named Valentino Fantauzzo.[8][9]

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Five Mile Creek (TV Series) Emma Season 3, Episode 4 Possum (1985)
Glass Babies (TV Mini-series) Anna Simpson
Palace of Dreams (TV Series) Young Girl (uncredited)
Fortress (TV Movie) Sue Based on a novel by Gabrielle Lord
1986 The Last Frontier (TV Mini-series) Emma Hannon
1988 Dusty (TV Mini-series)
Two Brothers Running Ruthie Bornstein
1993 Snowy Young Girl Season 1, Episode 1 Dams, Schemes & Damn Schemes (1993)
The Feds: Deadfall Susan Lehman
1994 Janus (TV Series) Lisa Season 1, Episode 10 Without Prejudice
Season 1, Episode 11 Burden of Proof
Season 1, Episode 12 Improper Influences
1996 Law of the Land (TV Series) Shannon Rayner Season 4, Episode 2 Leader of the Pack (1996)
2009 X-Men Origins: Wolverine Dr. Carol Frost
2009 Rush Jacinta Burns
2009 Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities Detective Liz Cruickshank
2011–Present Offspring Nina Proudman
2014 Party Tricks Kate Ballard
2017 Flammable Children Gale Marsh

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result Work
2005 Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress[10] Nominated Love My Way
ASTRA Award Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female Nominated
2006 Australian Film Institute Awards Best Lead Actress in Television Drama[10] Nominated
Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress[10] Nominated
ASTRA Award Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female Nominated
2007 ASTRA Award Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female Won
Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress Nominated
2008 Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress Nominated
ASTRA Award Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female Nominated
2009 Australian Film Institute Awards Best Lead Actress in Television Drama Nominated Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities
2010 Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress Nominated
Australian Film Institute Awards Best Supporting Actress in Television Drama Nominated Hawke
2011 Gold Logie Nominated Offspring and Hawke
Logie Award Most Popular Actress Won Offspring
Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress Nominated
Equity Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (Shared with castmates) Nominated
2012 Equity Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (Shared with castmates) Nominated
Equity Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Mini Series or Telemovie (Shared with castmates) Nominated Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo
AACTA Awards Audience Award for Best Performance Won
AACTA Awards Best Lead Actress in Television Drama Nominated
Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress Nominated
Gold Logie Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nominated Offspring and Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo
Logie Award Most Popular Actress Won
2013 Gold Logie Won Offspring
Logie Award Most Popular Actress Won
Equity Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (Shared with castmates) Nominated
2014 Logie Award Most Popular Actress Won Offspring
Logie Award Most Outstanding Actress Won
2015 Gold Logie Most Popular Personality on Australian TV Nominated Offspring and Party Tricks
Logie Award Most Popular Actress Won