ALEXANDRA TURSHEN

Alexandra Turshen was born as Sarah Alexandra Turshen. She is an actress and director, known for Boy Meets Girl (2014), Red Oaks (2014) and Body (2015).
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Actress (39 credits)
 2019 Another Year Together (post-production)
Sophie Reavis
 2017 Mr. Richardson (Short) (completed)
Penny Black
 2018 Ray Donovan (TV Series)
Justine

Who Once Was Dead (2018) … Justine
The 1-3-2 (2018) … Justine
Ellis Island (2018) … Justine
He Be Tight. He Be Mean. (2018) … Justine
 2018 The Bold Type (TV Series)
Brooke Langley

Betsy (2018) … Brooke Langley
The Domino Effect (2018) … Brooke Langley
OMG (2018) … Brooke Langley
 2014-2017 Red Oaks (TV Series)
Misty

Paroled (2017) … Misty
A Little Business Proposition (2017) … Misty
Samwich (2017) … Misty
Action! (2017) … Misty
Summer in the City (2017) … Misty
 2017 Page One (Short)
Wendy
 2017 Land of Smiles
Abby
 2017 Quantico (TV Series)
Samantha

CLEOPATRA (2017) … Samantha
 2016 Lonely Boys
Morgan
 2016 Piranha Sharks
Felicity Johnson
 2015 The Mysteries of Laura (TV Series)
Nurse

 2015/I Behind the Wall (Short)
Katrin
 2015 OKStupid (Short)
Gillian
 2015/I Body
Cali
 2014 2094 (Short)
Sierra
 2014 Reflecting Adrianne (Short)
Kelly
 2014 The Lost Girls
Sadie
 2014 Imagine I’m Beautiful
Hip Chick
 2014 The Perfect Color (Short)
Jane
 2014/I Boy Meets Girl
Francesca Duval
 2013 Blood Trail (Short)
Sam
 2013 May Contain Food (Short)
Amanda
 2013 Grand Theft Auto V (Video Game)
The Local Population (voice)
 2013 The Maladjusted
Kerry
 2013/IV Snapshot (Short)
Rachel
 2012 To What End
Danielle
 2011 Shake Things Up (Short)
 2011 The Handout Saint (Short)
Felicity
 2011 Epic History of Everyday Things (TV Movie)
Lucy
 2011/III The Body (Short)
Kate
 2011/II The Gallery (Short)
 2011 Jane’s Last Stand (Short)
Sims
 2010 Amber Dreams
Kim
 2010 Feather Weight (Short)
Andi
 2010 Hearts of Vengeance (Short)
Stacey
 2008 How to Get a Wellesley Girl
Maddie (as Sarah Turshen)
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RAE DAWN CHONG

Rae Dawn Chong was born February 28, 1961 in Edmonton, Canada. After a few film and television spots, Rae Dawn earned a Genie for her performance in Jean-Jacques Annaud‘s prehistoric-drama Quest for Fire (1981). She played the young, Ivaka prisoner, Ika. Other notables roles include Harpo’s girlfriend “Squeek”, aka, Mary Agnes in Steven Spielberg‘…
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Actress (78 credits)
 2018 My Sister Is So Gay (TV Series)
Parker

I Love You Nut-Nut (2018) … Parker
X Boyfriends (2018) … Parker
 2018 9-1-1 (TV Series)
Stacey Mullins

Hen Begins (2018) … Stacey Mullins
 2017/I Five Minutes (Short)
Delores
 2016 Better Things (TV Series)
Patty Donner

Only Women Bleed (2016) … Patty Donner
Period (2016) … Patty Donner
 2015 Drizzle of Hope (Short)
Ms. Johnson
 2014 Knock ’em Dead
Jenny Logan
 2013 Mud Lotus (Short)
Kim
 2012 Pegasus Vs. Chimera (TV Movie)
Mayda
 2012 Shiver
Detective Burdine
 2010 Etta, Kit, and Grace (Video short)
Etta
 2010/II Cyrus
Vivian
 2007 That’s So Raven (TV Series)
Lynn Thomas

The Way They Were (2007) … Lynn Thomas
 2006 Deadly Skies (TV Movie)
Madison Taylor
 2006 Max Havoc: Ring of Fire
Sister Caroline
 2005 Constellation
Jenita Boxer
 2003-2004 Wild Card (TV Series)
Sophie Mason

Queen Bea (2004) … Sophie Mason
Candy Land (2004) … Sophie Mason
Block Party (2004) … Sophie Mason
Auntie Venom (2004) … Sophie Mason
Backstabbed (2003) … Sophie Mason
 2002 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Atty. Westland

A Pretty Good Day (2002) … Atty. Westland
 2000-2002 Mysterious Ways (TV Series)
Dr. Peggy Fowler

Something Fishy (2002) … Dr. Peggy Fowler
Listen (2002) … Dr. Peggy Fowler
MUTI (2002) … Dr. Peggy Fowler
A Man of God (2002) … Dr. Peggy Fowler
Friends in Need (2002) … Dr. Peggy Fowler
 2000/I The Visit
Felicia
 2000 Dangerous Attraction
Ann Rich
 1998 Protector (Video)
Sally
 1997 Goodbye America
Special Agent Danzig
 1997 Poltergeist: The Legacy (TV Series)
Tanya Moreau / Tanya

Spirit Thief (1997) … Tanya Moreau
Lights Out! (1997) … Tanya
 1997 Alibi (TV Movie)
D.A. Linda Garcia
 1996 Starlight
Arianna
 1996 For Hope (TV Movie)
Woman at Bar (uncredited)
 1996/I Small Time
The Woman
 1996 Mask of Death
Cassandra Turner
 1996 Highlander (TV Series)
Claudia Jardine

Timeless (1996) … Claudia Jardine
 1995 Crazy Love (TV Series)
Dr. Call
 1995 Crying Freeman
Detective Forge
 1995 The Break
Jennifer Hudson
 1995 Power of Attorney (Video)
Joan Armstrong
 1995 The Outer Limits (TV Series)
Karen Heatherton

The Second Soul (1995) … Karen Heatherton
 1995 Hideaway
Rose Orwetto
 1994 Amberwaves
Misty
 1994 Lonesome Dove: The Series (TV Series)
May Lawson

Firebrand (1994) … May Lawson
 1994 Boca
J.J.
 1994 Boulevard
Ola
 1993 Father & Son: Dangerous Relations (TV Movie)
Yvonne
 1992-1993 Melrose Place (TV Series)
Carrie Fellows

End Game (1993) … Carrie Fellows
Bye Bye Billy (1993) … Carrie Fellows
Drawing the Line (1992) … Carrie Fellows
 1993 Time Runner
Karen Donaldson
 1992 Nitecap (TV Series)
Host
 1991 Chaindance
Ilene Curtis
 1991 The Borrower
Diana Pierce
 1991 Deadly Nightmares (TV Series)
Leesa White

New Blood (1991) … Leesa White
 1991 Prison Stories: Women on the Inside (TV Movie)
Rhonda
 1990 Amazon
Paola
 1990 Curiosity Kills (TV Movie)
Jane
 1990 Tales from the Darkside: The Movie
Carola (segment “Lover’s Vow”)
 1990 Denial
Julie
 1987 The Principal
Hilary Orozco
 1987 Running Out of Luck
Slave Girl
 1987 The Squeeze
Rachel Dobs
 1986 Soul Man
Sarah Walker
 1986 Tall Tales & Legends (TV Series)
Circe Lafemme

Casey at the Bat (1986) … Circe Lafemme
 1985 Mick Jagger: Just Another Night (Video short)
Girlfriend
 1985 The Color Purple
Squeak
 1985 Badge of the Assassin (TV Movie)
Christine Horn
 1985 Commando
Cindy
 1985 American Flyers
Sarah
 1985 Mick Jagger: Lucky in Love (Video short)
Woman
 1983-1985 St. Elsewhere (TV Series)
Billie Vaughn / Clerk Billie Vaughn / Hooker

Whistle, Wyler Works (1985) … Clerk Billie Vaughn
A Pig Too Far (1984) … Billie Vaughn
AIDS & Comfort (1983) … Billie Vaughn
Monday, Tuesday, Sven’s Day (1983) … Hooker
 1984 City Limits
Yogi
 1984 Choose Me
Pearl Antoine
 1984 Fear City
Leila
 1984 Beat Street
Tracy Carlson
 1981 Quest for Fire
Ika
 1980 Lou Grant (TV Series)
Adrienne

Lou (1980) … Adrienne
 1980 Top of the Hill (TV Movie)
Rita
 1978 Stony Island
Janetta

LULU BRUD

Lulu Brud was born on October 28, 1985 in High Point, North Carolina, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for Entourage (2015), Pretty Little Liars (2010) and Ray Donovan (2013). She has been married to Justin Zsebe since November 3, 2013.
Actress (18 credits)
 2015-2018 Ray Donovan (TV Series)
Lauren

Who Once Was Dead (2018) … Lauren
The 1-3-2 (2018) … Lauren
Breakfast of Champions (2015) … Lauren
 2017 Or Die Trying (TV Series)
Naomi

This Is War (2017) … Naomi
 2017 Pure Genius (TV Series)
Skylar Stevens

I Got This (2017) … Skylar Stevens
 2015-2016 Pretty Little Liars (TV Series)
Sabrina

The Wrath of Kahn (2016) … Sabrina
Exes and OMGs (2016) … Sabrina
Along Comes Mary (2016) … Sabrina
The Talented Mr. Rollins (2016) … Sabrina
Tick-Tock, Bitches (2016) … Sabrina
 2015 Entourage
Casting Assistant
 2014 Out of Love (Short)
Colline
 2012 Cherry Waves (Short)
Patty
 2011 Love Alibi (Short)
Woman
 2010 Love Sick Diaries
Mary
 2010 The Home Front (Video short)
Amanda
 2009 Cross Currents (Short)
Tammy
 2009 All the Times (Short)
Time 5
 2007 Dakota Blue (TV Series)
Alice

Pilot (2007) … Alice
 2007 Cold Blood Canyon
Danielle Myers
 2006 The Gravedancers
Young Emma (uncredited)

LAURA SHOOP

Laura Shoop is an actress and producer, known for Blindspot (2015), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017) and Chicago Fire (2012).
Actress (12 credits)
  #MotherJudger (TV Movie) (post-production)
Cara
 2018 Ray Donovan (TV Series)
Robbi Debobbi

The 1-3-2 (2018) … Robbi Debobbi
 2018 Chicago Fire (TV Series)
Amanda Curtis

This Isn’t Charity (2018) … Amanda Curtis
 2018 Viper Club
Realtor
 2018 Dietland (TV Series)
Karen

Pilot (2018) … Karen
 2017 Encore! (TV Series)
Cinderella’s Mother / Granny

Back to the Woods (2017) … Cinderella’s Mother / Granny
 2017 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (TV Series)
Upper West Side Woman

Pilot (2017) … Upper West Side Woman
 2017 Blindspot (TV Series)
Waitress

Nor I, Nigel, AKA Leg in Iron (2017) … Waitress
 2016 She Loves Me (TV Movie)
Ensemble
 2016 The Family (TV Series)
Joanna Sykes

All the Livelong Day (2016) … Joanna Sykes
Of Puppies and Monsters (2016) … Joanna Sykes
 2016/I Equity
Erin’s Assistant
 2013 The Sound of Music Live! (TV Movie)
Dancer / Chorus

Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Roundabout Theatre Broadway Revival, 2016
Ensemble
[Off-Broadway]
Shakespeare in the Park Production, 2015
Juno
[Motion Picture]
NBC Live Televised Production, 2013
Ensemble
[Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 2006
Young Maid
Young Maid
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2004
Hodel [Replacement]
[US Tour]
National Tour, 2003
Ensemble
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2002
Vivian
Ado Annie Carnes (Understudy) [Replacement]
Laurey (Understudy)

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Laura Shoop, Jenifer Foote, Alison Cimmet, Sheldon Harnick, Joe Masteroff, Nicholas Barasch, Michael Fatica and Laura Benanti attends the CD release signing for the Broadway revival of 'She Loves Me' at Barnes and Noble 86th street on August 3, 2016 in Ne
Laura Shoop, Jenifer Foote, Alison Cimmet, Sheldon Harnick, Joe Masteroff, Nicholas Barasch, Michael Fatica and Laura Benanti attends the CD release signing for the Broadway revival of ‘She Loves Me’ at Barnes and Noble 86th street on August 3, 2016 in Ne
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Laura Shoop, Jenifer Foote, Alison Cimmet, Sheldon Harnick, Joe Masteroff, Nicholas Barasch, Michael Fatica and Laura Benanti attends the CD release signing for the Broadway revival of ‘She Loves Me’ at Barnes and Noble 86th street on August 3, 2016 in Ne
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Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Roundabout Theatre Broadway Revival, 2016
Ensemble
[Off-Broadway]
Shakespeare in the Park Production, 2015
Juno
[Motion Picture]
NBC Live Televised Production, 2013
Ensemble
[Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 2006
Young Maid
Young Maid
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2004
Hodel [Replacement]
[US Tour]
National Tour, 2003
Ensemble
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2002
Vivian
Ado Annie Carnes (Understudy) [Replacement]
Laurey (Understudy)

CANDACE HAMMER

She is a graduate of the Meisner Extension at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. While at Tisch she studied Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She also has her Masters from NYU in acting. She was born in Germany, and traveled all over the United States as an Air Force Brat.
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Actress (25 credits)
Yard Sale (Short) (post-production)
Gloria
 2018 S.W.A.T. (TV Series)
Debra

Day Off (2018) … Debra
 2016-2017 Accountability Partners (TV Series)
Parker Hansen / Parker

Episode #2.5 (2017) … Parker
Episode #2.4 (2017) … Parker
Episode #2.3 (2017) … Parker Hansen
Episode #2.2 (2017) … Parker
Episode #2.1 (2017) … Parker
 2017 Girlboss (TV Series)
Pam

Thank You, San Francisco (2017) … Pam (uncredited)
The Hern (2017) … Pam
 2017 Englishman in L.A: The Movie
Carly Lennox
 2017 This Is Us (TV Series)
Teacher

I Call Marriage (2017) … Teacher
 2016 Masters of Sex (TV Series)
Celeste

Freefall (2016) … Celeste
 2016 Drunk Hawk Man (TV Series)
Carol

Forever or Something… (2016) … Carol
Party Down (2016) … Carol
Drunk Justice: Invasion (2016) … Carol
Date Night (2016) … Carol
 2016 Scorpion (TV Series)
Glasses Woman

Sun of a Gun (2016) … Glasses Woman
 2016 Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life (TV Series)
Kirsten

How to Survive Insufficient Funds (2016) … Kirsten
 2015 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Church Member

An Unlocked Mind (2015) … Church Member
 2015 Mira (Short)
Mira
 2015 Aquarius (TV Series)
Secretary

The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game (2015) … Secretary
Everybody’s Been Burned (2015) … Secretary
 2015/III Here (Short)
Lexi (voice, as Candace Scholz)
 2015 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Dylan Einstein

Hero Worship (2015) … Dylan Einstein (as Candace Burr Scholz)
 2014 Tiny Actions (Short)
Angela (as Candace Scholz)
 2014 House of Cards (TV Series)
White Powder Intern

Chapter 17 (2014) … White Powder Intern (as Candace Scholz)
 2013 Resemblance (Short)
Annaliese (as Candace Scholz)
 2012 Eugene (Short)
Front Desk Clerk (as Candace Scholz)
 2009 The Rothstein Diamond
Bianca (as Candace Scholz)
 2009 Naked Radio (TV Movie)
Amber (as Candace Scholz)
 2009 Lost (TV Series)
Nurse Debra

Whatever Happened, Happened (2009) … Nurse Debra (as Candace Scholz)
 2008 From Within
Mary (as Candace Scholz)
 2007/I Joy (Short)
Aylen (as Candace Scholz)
 2007 Rocket Science
Townsend Prep Debater (as Candace Burr Scholz)

PRESCILIANA ESPAROLINI

Presciliana Esparolini is known in the acting community as “a strong willed actor whose work alone is worth a ticket to the show”. Born and raised in San Francisco’s Mission District, Presciliana began performing at the age of five. She danced with San Francisco’s Academy of Ballet for seven years before her love for the theatre started to take
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Actress (34 credits)
  Miss Virginia (post-production)
Principal Martinez
 2018 Hangman Lives (TV Movie) (completed)
Cassandra / Young Cassandra
 2018 Shenanigans (Short) (completed)
 2018 9-1-1 (TV Series)
Diane

Hen Begins (2018) … Diane
 2018 The Thinning: New World Order
Agent Morris
 2018 We the Coyotes
Claire
 2017 13 Reasons Why (TV Series)
Mrs. Atkins

Tape 5, Side B (2017) … Mrs. Atkins
 2016 Upended (Short)
Doctor
 2016 Sniper: Ghost Shooter (Video)
Gina Aungst
 2016 Game of Silence (TV Series)
Lena

Ghosts of Quitman (2016) … Lena
Blood Brothers (2016) … Lena
 2016 Losing in Love
Doctor
 2015 IamYou (Short)
Helena
 2015 Petro (Short)
Mom
 2015 NCIS (TV Series)
Deputy

Cabin Fever (2015) … Deputy
The Enemy Within (2015) … (uncredited)
 2014 Stalker (TV Series)
Sonya

Manhunt (2014) … Sonya
 2014 Ray Donovan (TV Series)
Lupita Velez

Uber Ray (2014) … Lupita Velez
 2013 Beverly Hills Cop (TV Movie)
Alma Pinzon
 2011 Blue Highway (Short)
Francis
 2011 American Horror Story (TV Series)
T Shine

Halloween: Part 1 (2011) … T Shine (uncredited)
 2010 Castle (TV Series)
Teresa De La Torre

Murder Most Fowl (2010) … Teresa De La Torre
 2010 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Coach

She Works Hard for the Money (2010) … Coach
 2010 24 (TV Series)
Nurse

Day 8: 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. (2010) … Nurse
 2009 Eleventh Hour (TV Series)
Carla Gamaro

Pinocchio (2009) … Carla Gamaro
 2006 Global, Inc. (Short)
Claudia – Saudi Arabia
 2006 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Milagros Villanueva

Machismo (2006) … Milagros Villanueva (as Priscilla Esparolini)
 2005 Strong Medicine (TV Series)
Maria Bastante

We Wish You a Merry Cryst-Meth (2005) … Maria Bastante
 2005 The Shield (TV Series)
Rosaria

Ain’t That a Shame (2005) … Rosaria (as Priscilla Esparolini)
 2005 JAG (TV Series)

JAG: San Diego (2005) … (uncredited)
 2004 Under the Overpass (Short)
Coffee Girl
 2002 Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (Video Game)
Ms. Ruby (voice)
 2001 Sweet November
Woman in store (uncredited)
 1999 Nash Bridges (TV Series)
Woman in Park

Crosstalk (1999) … Woman in Park (uncredited)

ABBY BRAMMELL

Abby Brammell was born on March 19, 1979 in Kentucky, USA as Abigail Brammell. She is an actress, known for Jobs (2013), The Unit (2006) and Star Trek: Enterprise (2001). She has been married to Stefan Bishop since January 22, 2010. They have one child. She was previously married to Jake La Botz.

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Actress (39 credits)
 2016 Alt (Short) (completed)
Althea Moore
 2018 9-1-1 (TV Series)
Eva / Eva Mathis

Hen Begins (2018) … Eva Mathis
Awful People (2018) … Eva
Trapped (2018) … Eva
Full Moon (Creepy AF) (2018) … Eva
Point of Origin (2018) … Eva
 2018 North Blvd
Elaine
 2018 Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. (TV Series)
FBI Interrogator

Take Your Best Shot (2018) … FBI Interrogator
 2016 JL Ranch
Regan
 2016 The Great Perfection (Short)
Micki
 2016 Mad Dogs (TV Series)
Helena

Needles (2016) … Helena
Leslie (2016) … Helena
 2015 Call of Duty: Black Ops III (Video Game)
The Female Player (voice)
 2015 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Linda Hendrickson

Bassholes (2015) … Linda Hendrickson
 2014 Longmire (TV Series)
Susan Taylor

In the Pines (2014) … Susan Taylor
 2014 The Night Shift (TV Series)
Ginger Brown

Hog Wild (2014) … Ginger Brown
 2013 Jobs
Laurene Jobs
 2012 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Megan Hendley

Out of the Past (2012) … Megan Hendley
 2012 Blind Justice 3D (TV Series)
Donna, The X-Wife (2012)
 2012 Playdate (TV Movie)
Tamara Moor
 2011 In the Black (Short)
Ariadne (as Abby Brammel)
 2011 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Pam

The Bittersweet Science (2011) … Pam
 2011 L!fe Happens
Shiva the Yoga Teacher

 2011 Chase (TV Series)

Seven Years (2011)
 2002-2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Debra / Jane Gallagher

Unleashed (2011) … Debra
Primum Non Nocere (2002) … Jane Gallagher
 2010 NCIS (TV Series)
Marine Sergeant Heather Dempsey

Short Fuse (2010) … Marine Sergeant Heather Dempsey
 2010 No Place, CA (Short)
Sue
 2010 Castle (TV Series)
Carol Thornton

Den of Thieves (2010) … Carol Thornton
 2009 Lie to Me (TV Series)
Poppy Wells

Fold Equity (2009) … Poppy Wells
 2009 Medium (TV Series)
Dana Carlow

Baby Fever (2009) … Dana Carlow
 2009 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Constance ‘Diamond’ Hoyt

Red Menace (2009) … Constance ‘Diamond’ Hoyt
 2006-2009 The Unit (TV Series)
Tiffy Gerhardt

Unknown Soldier (2009) … Tiffy Gerhardt
Endgame (2009) … Tiffy Gerhardt
Chaos Theory (2009) … Tiffy Gerhardt
Whiplash (2009) … Tiffy Gerhardt
Best Laid Plans (2009) … Tiffy Gerhardt
 2009 Like Dandelion Dust
Beth Norton
 2005 Crossing Jordan (TV Series)
Marcie Holloman

Judgement Day (2005) … Marcie Holloman
 2005 Six Feet Under (TV Series)
Kirsten

Static (2005) … Kirsten
Singing for Our Lives (2005) … Kirsten
The Silence (2005) … Kirsten
The Rainbow of Her Reasons (2005) … Kirsten
 2005 The Shield (TV Series)
Sara Frazier

Back in the Hole (2005) … Sara Frazier
Cut Throat (2005) … Sara Frazier
Tar Baby (2005) … Sara Frazier
Doghouse (2005) … Sara Frazier
 2004 Sawtooth
Bunny
 2004 The Last Run
Bar-Back Chick
 2004 Star Trek: Enterprise (TV Series)
Persis

The Augments (2004) … Persis
Cold Station 12 (2004) … Persis
Borderland (2004) … Persis
 2004 Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman (TV Movie)
Mindy
 2003 Birds of Prey (TV Series)
Claire

Gladiatrix (2003) … Claire
 2002 Push, Nevada (TV Series)
Darlene Prufrock

The Color of… (2002) … Darlene Prufrock
The Black Box (2002) … Darlene Prufrock
The Amount (2002) … Darlene Prufrock (voice)
Jim’s Domain … Darlene Prufrock
 2002 Fastlane (TV Series)
Jade

Girls Own Juice (2002) … Jade
 2002 Glory Days (TV Series)
Veronica Roberts

Everybody Loves Rudy (2002) … Veronica Roberts

PAULINA ALVAREZ

Paulina Alvarez is an actress, known for The Affair (2014), Shameless (2011) and Criminal Minds (2005).
Actress (13 credits)
  Red Rover Movie (post-production)
Kim (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2018 9-1-1 (TV Series)
Kiley

Hen Begins (2018) … Kiley
 2018 The Affair (TV Series)
Gabrielle

Episode #4.10 (2018) … Gabrielle (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2017 Shameless (TV Series)
Lexy

Occupy Fiona (2017) … Lexy (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2017 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Stacy

Lucky Strikes (2017) … Stacy (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2017 Get Big
Amy (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2016 Kings of Con (TV Series)
Girl #3

Whippany, NJ (2016) … Girl #3 (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2015 Awkward. (TV Series)
Stoner Girl

Holding on and Letting Go (2015) … Stoner Girl (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2015 Maron (TV Series)
Kelly

Stroke of Luck (2015) … Kelly (as Peanut)
 2010 AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits Volume 2 (Video)
Kris (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2009/II Halfway (Short)
Ellie (as Peanut Alvarez)
 2007 The Room (Short)
Kris (as Peanut Alvarez)

Wilma Elles

Wilma Elles

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Wilma Elles (2012)
Born (1986-10-18) 18 October 1986 (age 32)

Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present
Height 177 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Spouse(s) Kareem Josh
Website wilmaellesofficial.com

Wilma Elles (born 18 October 1986 in Cologne[1]) is a German actress, model and fashion designer.

Biography[edit]

Elles is the second of a family of five children. Her father and mother are in the engineering distribution business. She graduated from school with Abitur at the French-German bilingual Burgau-Gymnasium in Düren with a 1,8 grade. Since the age of ten, she engaged in school theatre plays, took acting, guitar and dance classes. She also studies at the University of Cologne.

One of her first roles Elles played in the majeure German TV production Die Gustloff of Joseph Vilsmaier. Then she got her first lead roles as Kika in the cinema movie Das Weinen davor by Gökhan Sayim, which was screened at German cinema in summer 2010, Maria in Turk Usulu of Mehmet Günes and Lilly in the production The End by Joachim Mais with Christine Kaufmann and Martin Semmelrogge. On stage she performed e.g. in the theatre Theater im Hof in Cologne.

In 2010 she got an offer for one of the lead characters, Caroline, in Turkish TV series Öyle bir Geçer Zaman ki on Kanal D, which was over after three seasons. As she couldn’t speak Turkish at the beginning of the shootings, she just memorized the phonetics of her lines for her role until she learned more Turkish. She speaks English, German (mother language) and French. She is 1.77m (5’10”) tall.

The series received many awards and broke viewer records with a continuous weekly market share of 50-60% (and up to 73%), and an average of 25-30 million viewers each week in Turkey. It was screened in Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Palestine, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Macedonia, Mali, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, the Emirates and other countries.

Elles was awarded Best Actress at the European Quality Awards 2011. She was selected the Best Femme Fatale of Turkish TV in 2012 and also she was selected as the meanest character of Turkish TV with 48,6%.

During the summer break 2011, she played an Australian woman in the cinema movie Çanakkale Çocukları from Sinan Çetin and a French character in the movie “El Yazısı”, the script of which was awarded a prize at the Altın Portakal Film Festivali and that was screened in Turkish cinema in spring 2012. Then, she gave life to the lead character of Elisabeth in the cinema movie “Laz Vampir” and played the lead of Olivia in the US-American-Dutch-Turkish co-production “Tragedy” in 2012. In 2013 again shot two cinema movies during the summer break. In “Bir gece” she portrayed the lead role of Leyla and in “Bu iste bir yalnizlik var” she will be seen in the role of Diana.

Furthermore, Elles does modelling and appeared with shootings in Vogue, Elle, Tempo, Miss, Grazia – magazines e.g. and has been on the cover of Elle Bulgaria, GQ Turkey, Instyle Home Turkey, Tempo and other magazines and appears on the catwalk in many fashion shows e.g. at the Istanbul and Berlin Fashion Week 2011, 2012, 2013.

In the summer 2012 Wilma Elles designed and brought out the worldwide first Feng-Shui Clothing line “Maya Collection” for the company Âdil Işık.

Wilma Elles told about her interest in foreign cultures, that she loves Turkey and wants to get the Turkish citizenship. She wants to take the Turkish name Aslı Masal besides Wilma. She finished at the department of political science of the Cologne University, Islamic Studies and Theatre/Movies Studies with the high degree of 1,8.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Films by title, with year, and role and company:

Theatre[edit]

Farah Zeynep Abdullah

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Farah Zeynep Abdullah

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Farah Zeynep Abdullah
Born
Farah Zeynep Abdullah

(1989-08-17) 17 August 1989 (age 29)

Nationality Turkish
Occupation Actress, Singer
Years active 2010–present
Height 5′ 2¼” (1.60 m)
Parent(s) Osman Abdullah , Gülay Abdullah

Farah Zeynep Abdullah (born 17 August 1989) is a Turkish actress and singer.

Private Life[edit]

Farah was born on 17 August 1989, in Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Turkey. Her mother, Gülay, is of Bosnian, Turkish (from Crimea) and Macedonian descents and her father, Osman, is of Iraqi Turkmen origin (from Erbil) . Due to war, her father immigrated to Turkey while he was child. He is of Turkish descent and doesn’t know Arabic. Even so, he did military service in Iraq. [1] She also has two brothers. Her secondary education was spent at the Lycée Français Saint Michel in Istanbul until her family moved to London where her father worked.[2] Her entire family lives in England while she currently lives in Istanbul, Turkey due to her work commitments.

Career[edit]

During her studies at the University of Kent, Abdullah was offered a role in the Turkish series Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman Ki in 2010.[3] She completed 2 full seasons and 79 episodes with that series. She also won the best supporting actress award at the Antalya Television Awards in 2011.

In 2013, she appeared in Yilmaz Erdogan‘s film Kelebeğin Rüyası (“The Butterfly’s Dream”) with Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ . It was selected by the Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism as Turkey’s candidate film for the 2014’s Academy Awards.[4][5] For that role, Farah won the award for supporting actress at the 18th Sadri Alışık Cinema and Theatre Awards.

2014 was a very busy year for Farah. She starred in the Turkish film Bi Küçük Eylül Meselesi with Engin Akyurek. That movie was released on Valentine’s Day. She then starred alongside Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ for the second time in the Turkish series Kurt Seyit ve Şura. During the summer of that year there was no rest, she filmed a musical-romantic movie with director Cagan Irmak by the name of Unutursam Fisilda. The role of Hatice\Ayperi won her multiple awards as she stunned audiences with her acting and singing skills.

In 2015, she voiced Princess Tori in the Turkish version of Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar. Also in late 2015 she completed her second film with director Yilmaz Erdogan, she played the role of ‘Muazzez’ in the movie Eksi elmalar. That movie was released on October 28, 2016 in Turkey and in early November in Europe.

In late July 2016, rumors of Farah joining the famous Turkish series Muhteşem Yüzyıl: Kösem surfaced on social media. A few days later, it was confirmed that Farah had joined the series in the role of Hungarian princess Farya Bethlen. The series’ first episode aired on November 18, 2016 on Turkish TV channel FOX.

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Director Episodes
2010–2012 Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman Ki Aylin Akarsu Talaşoğlu Zeynep Gunay Tan 79
2014 Kurt Seyit ve Şura Şura (Alexandra Verjenskaya) Hilal Saral 21
2016–2017 Muhteşem Yüzyıl: Kösem Princess Farya Bethlen Çağatay Tosun 22
2018 Gülizar Gülizar Çağan Irmak 10
Cinema
Year Film Role Director Box office
2013 Kelebeğin Rüyası Mediha Sessiz Yilmaz Erdogan #1
2014 Bir Küçük Eylül Meselesi Eylül Kerem Deren #2
2014 Unutursam Fısılda Hatice/Ayperi Çağan Irmak #1
2015 Barbie Prenses ve Rockstar Princess Azra (Voice) Karen J. Lloyd
2016 Ekşi Elmalar Muazzez Yilmaz Erdogan #1
2018 ARIF V 216 Ajda Pekkan Kivanc Baruonu #1
2018 Şampiyon (Bizim Için) Begüm Atman Karataş Ahmet Katıksız

Songs[edit]

For the Unutursam Fisilda movie, Farah performed a total of six songs. “Gel Ya Da Git” and “Sevdim” were both released with their own video clips.

Songs
Year Title Project
2014 Eyvah – Nafile – Başka Güzel- Sevdim – Gel ya da git – Bir Mazi Bin Hatıra Unutursam Fisilda
2017 Haydi gel içelim – Paramparça RocKuba
2018 Milyonzade – Boşvermişim Dünyaya Arif v 216
2018 Değişik El – Biraz – Hüzün Dibi -Ben Seçtim Yolumu Gulizar

In May 2017, singer Emir Ersoy released his new Latin-Rock album RocKuba that included may collaborations with Turkish singers and celebrities. Abdullah was the only person to have two songs on that album. The songs were Haydi gel içelim and a remake of the famous Teoman classic song Paramparça. The album was a big success, reaching number 1 on many charts including Itunes.

On January 05 2018, Arif v 216 was released and Farah performed 2 of the biggest Ajda Pekan songs in it. Milyonzade and Boşvermişim Dünyaya.

Awards[edit]

Farah has earned a minimum of 10 awards from different ceremonies and festivals .

Awards
Year Awards Ceremony Category Project Result
2011 2011 Antalya TV Awards Best supporting actress Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman Ki Won
2012 2012 Antalya TV Awards Best supporting actress Nominated
2013 18. Sadri Alışık Theater and cinema Awards Best supporting actress Kelebeğin Rüyası Won
2014 46.SIYAD Awards (Cinema Writers Association) Best supporting actress Won
Elle Style Awards Best style Nominated
2015 Yıldız technical University Awards Best cinema actress Unutursam Fısılda Won
Maltepe University (Turkish Association of Medical Students) Awards Best actress Won
İstanbul Arel University, Media and Art Awards Best actress Won
GSÜ Galatasary University Awards Best cinema/series actress Won
47.SIYAD Awards (Cinema Writers Association) Best actress Nominated
10.Uludağ University Marconi Awards En Best cinema actress Won
20.Sadri Alışık Theater and cinema Awards En Best cinema actress Nominated
21. Altın Objektif Awards Best cinema actress Unutursam Fısılda Won
KAL Fest Fark Yaratanlar Awards Best actress Unutursam Fısılda Won

Magazine Covers/Interviews/Photoshoots[edit]

Magazine Covers
Year Title
2012 ALL Magazine
2014 GQ Turkiye
2014 XOXO The Mag
2016 Film Arasi
2016 Instyle Turkiye
2016 Episode Magazine
2017 Elele Magazine
2018 GQ Turkiye
2018 ELLE Magazine