Heather Unruh is an actress, known for Finding Hart, NewsCenter 5 (1972) and Megyn Kelly Today (2017).
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Thanks (1 credit)
 2018 Status Unknown (Short) (special thanks) (completed)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2017 Megyn Kelly Today (TV Series)

Episode #1.41 (2017) … Herself
 1972 NewsCenter 5 (TV Series)
Co-anchor (2001-)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (2 credits)
 2017 Entertainment Tonight (TV Series)

Episode #37.53 (2017) … Herself
Episode #37.52 (2017) … Herself
 2017 Good Morning Britain (TV Series)

Episode dated 9 November 2017 (2017) … Herself


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Jennifer Nicole Lee

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Jennifer Nicole Siciliano

(1975-06-13) June 13, 1975 (age 43)

Occupation Television personality, author, fitness celebrity
Years active 1996 – present
Spouse(s) Edward Lee (1997)
Children Jaden Lee
Dylan Lee
Modeling information
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Website Official website

Jennifer Nicole Lee (born Jennifer Nicole Siciliano on June 13, 1975) is an American fitness model, motivational speaker, and author. She is known for losing 70 pounds and launching a career as a fitness guru after bearing two children.

Early life and education[edit]

Jennifer Nicole Siciliano was born in Rochester, New York,[1] to Italian immigrants; the family later moved to Tennessee.[2] She earned a Bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.[3]


Lee describes herself as having “no athletic background whatsoever,” and says she has struggled with her weight her entire life. She weighed 170 pounds when she married, and continued to gain weight during both of her pregnancies, eventually reaching 200 pounds after the birth of her second child.[4] Lee lost 70 pounds, was crowned “Miss Bikini America” in 1996, and launched a career as a “fitness guru”.[5][6] JNL, Inc. (now JNL, Inc. Worldwide) was founded in January 2004.[7] Her books have been published both electronically and in print. She also launched a line of swimwear.[6]

Lee has two clothing lines. The Jennifer Nicole Lee Collection through Rogiani is designed by Elisabetta Rogiani for fitness model photo shoots.[8] Lee’s own line is called the JNL Clothing Line, which includes gym and streetwear.[9]

In March 2011, Lee opened the Fitness Model Factory in Miami, Florida, a production studio containing photography and videography studios, hair and makeup styling, and coaching for fitness models.[10]

Lee is the creator of a fitness program called JNL Fusion which emphasizes “super spiking,” or the introduction of cardio between weight training exercises.[11] Lee states that JNL Fusion is designed after her own workout routine: 4 training sessions of 45 minutes each per week. The workout method is targeted to women.[12] JNL Fusion is a home exercise system and DVD set.[13] It requires several small pieces of equipment.[14] JNL Fusion has a certification program for personal trainers. Lee recruits and educates the trainers.[14] JNL Fusion uses mottos like “glutes that salute” and “fab abs.”[15] She also holds an annual wellness retreat called the JNL Fusion World Conference & Fitness Revival.[16]

She has appeared on “Inside Edition”,[17] “Oprah”,[17] “The Early Show,”[18] “E! Entertainment,” “Fox and Friends,” and “Extra.”[7] Lee appeared in the 2013 film Pain & Gain, directed by Michael Bay, and starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson. Her character, a Principle Sun Gym trainer, had a “Sun Gym” trainer’s shirt.[19][20][21][22][23][24] As of 2012, Lee has appeared on 44 magazine covers,[7] including three appearances on the cover of Oxygen magazine.[16] She is also the subject of a calendar titled “The Jennifer Nicole Lee Body Paint Calendar.”[25]

Lee’s trademark phrase is “Strong is the new skinny.”[26]

Published work[edit]

Each of her e-books is sold through a dedicated web site: “Crack the Code”, “The Fitness Model Program”, “The Sexy Body Diet”, “101 Things Not To Do If You Want to Lose Weight”, “Get Fit with JNL”, “Get Fit Now With JNL”, and “The Bikini Model Diet.”

Lee stars in the “Fabulously Fit Moms” fitness DVD series.[17] The series, started in 2007 with “The New Mom Workout”, “Total Body Workout”, “Lower Body Burn” and “Super Energized Workout.”[17][27] Two more titles were released in 2008,[17] “Upper Body Blast”[28] and “Sleek and Sexy Workout”.[29]

Her first book to be published in print was The Mind, Body & Soul Diet: Your Complete Transformational Guide to Health, Healing Happiness,[30] released on January 1, 2010.[31] Jennifer Nicole Lee’s second hard copy published book is entitled “The Jennifer Nicole Lee Fitness Model Diet: JNL’s Super Fitness Model Secrets to a Sexy, Strong, Sleek Physique”.[32] In addition to her published cookbooks, Lee has her own online cooking show called “Fun Fit Foodie.” [33] She also has a published cookbook called “The Jennifer Nicole Lee Fun Fit Foodie Cookbook.”[34]

Honors and awards[edit]

Lee was named Muscle & Fitness Magazine’s 2006 Ms. Muscle and Fitness, a title she shared with Alicia Marie.[3][35] Lee is a brand ambassador for nutritional supplement company Bio-Engineered Supplements and Nutrition (BSN).[36] In 2011, Lee was mentioned as one of the “Top Three Females in the Fitness Industry” on Yahoo Sports.[37] Lee was also named one of Splash Online’s “Best Celebrity Bikini Babes of 2011.” [38] In 2012, CBS News named Lee as “America’s Sexiest Fitness Mom.”[39]

Personal life[edit]

Lee lives in Miami, Florida with her sons, Jaden and Dylan.[40] She and former husband, Edward Lee, divorced in 2014.[41]

Actress (1 credit)
 2013 Pain & Gain
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
 2016 Functional Fitness (Documentary) (completed)
 2009 Secret Lives of Women (TV Series documentary)

 2008 Byte Me: 20 Hottest Women of the Web (TV Movie documentary)


Jacqueline MacInnes Wood

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood

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Wood attending the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, 10 June 2012
Born (1987-04-17) 17 April 1987 (age 31)

Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Other names Jacqui Mac
  • Actress
  • recording artist
  • television personality
Years active 2006–present
Elan Ruspoli (m. 2018)

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (born 17 April 1987) is a Canadian actress, disc jockey, singer and television host. She portrayed Olivia Castle in the film Final Destination 5 and Steffy Forrester in TV soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful, the latter earning her three Daytime Emmy Award nominations in 2012, 2013 and 2018.

Early life[edit]

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood was born in Windsor, Ontario, the daughter of (Sandie) Alexandra MacInnes and James C. Wood.[1] She is of indigenous (Cree), Scottish, French and Brazilian ancestry.[2] Her half sister is Dani Probert, who was the wife of the late NHL player, Bob Probert. Her great uncle was Scottish highland singer Alasdair Gillies. Wood took acting classes at Ryerson University, Centre for the Arts and the Armstrong Acting Studio.[3]


Acting career[edit]

Wood and co-star Scott Clifton at 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Nominee Reception (2013)

Wood made a name for herself playing the part of the “hair girl” on a commercial for First Choice Haircutters.[4] At the age of 18, she moved to Toronto to pursue a career in acting. In May 2008, she began playing the contract role of Steffy Forrester on the American CBS Daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.[5] Since Wood stepped into the role, Steffy has been noted as being a “bitch-nasty” vixen who is strong willed.[6] Of playing her, Wood said in 2011, “I love playing her and developing her character. She is so different from me. It’s rather cathartic, and it allows my alter ego to come out on The Bold and The Beautiful set five days a week.”[7]

In 2012, Wood received her first nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Steffy at the 39th Daytime Emmy Awards.[8] Of learning about her Emmy nomination, she said, “I was just about to shoot a scene in the Adriatic sea in Italy. The water was only 54 degrees! [Executive Producer/Head Writer] Brad Bell came up to me and said, “How does it feel to be Emmy nominated?”[9] For that year, Wood submitted the scenes in which Steffy is informed of the end of her affair with Bill.[10] In 2013, Wood garnered her second consecutive nomination in that category at the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards,[11] in which she submitted the scenes where Steffy surprises Liam (Scott Clifton) by presenting him with signed annulment papers.[12] In May 2013, news broke that Wood had opted not to renew her contract with the show in order to take another break. A representative for the show stated: “[Wood] is taking short a break, as she has done in the past, from B&B. She remains as the character of ‘Steffy Forrester’ and is continuing to tape, currently with episodes airing through July 2013 and then beyond”.[13] It was later announced that Wood has decided to remain with the series on a recurring basis. In April 2015, it was announced that Wood would reprise her role on B&B on a contract basis, which she has remained on ever since.[14]

In 2011, she starred in her first feature film, Final Destination 5. In September 2010, Wood’s casting was announced and it was revealed that filming was underway in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This film is the fifth in the Final Destination horror film franchise.[15] Wood portrayed Olivia Castle. The character was described as “a smart mouthed beauty who wears glasses” and is “caught in a spine chilling, stomach churning situation that will make viewers squirm in their seats”, which was a risky eye procedure which Wood was terrified to do.[16] Final Destination 5 was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $157 million at the American Box Office,[17] and becoming the highest-rated film from the franchise at the website Rotten Tomatoes, where it has been awarded a “Fresh” rating, consisting of 61% positive reviews from film critics. Her performance also received very positive reviews.[18] Wood had a guest role on The CW action-adventure series Arrow, which began airing in October 2012. She played Sara Lance (which she is later replaced by Caity Lotz).[19][20] Arrow opened to positive reviews from critics and ratings of over 4.1 million.[21][22][23]

In 2013, Wood completed filming a Lifetime television film Her Husband’s Betrayal, a suspense thriller in which she stars opposite Shawn Roberts.[24] The film premiered on 2 August 2013.[25] In July 2014, Wood filmed an appearance on the comedy series Anger Management, starring opposite Charlie Sheen. The episode aired on 1 September 2014.[26]

Other projects[edit]

Apart from her acting, Wood is an occasional disc jockey and singer.[27] She released her debut single “After Hours”, a dance-influenced song penned by her wardrobe stylist, Chaz E. Foley, in January 2012.[28][29] Jamey Giddens of Zap2it described the “After Hours” music video as “naughty”, and said “I am digging this thumping, raunchy track and the provocative video.”[30]

In October 2012, Wood, who is described by Zap2it as a “vixen”, covered Maxim magazine’s 2013 Mini Calendar.[31] On 22 August 2013, it was announced that Wood will serve as host for an upcoming E! television series, Party On, which is an “eight-episode series” that is dedicated to “exposing the best party scenes the world has to offer”. Vice president of programming and development for the network, Jeff Olde, stated: “We are excited to take viewers around the globe and behind the velvet ropes for fun in the sun at only the hottest, most elite vacation locales.”[32] Executive producer David Granger stated, “Jacqui is a brilliant host and we all see a wonderful opportunity to produce something very new and different given the high end glamour and sun soaked mischief that Europe has to offer.”[32] The series premiered on 5 December 2013.[33]


  • 2012: “After Hours”
  • 2012: “Girl You Knew”

Personal life[edit]

Wood is a supporter of pet rescue organizations, devoting time to spreading awareness via social activism including Twitter about dog shelters and pet owners’ responsibility, in addition to volunteering with charitable initiatives benefiting animal rescue.[33] In November 2017, Wood announced her engagement to partner, Elan Ruspoli,[34] and the pair eloped in July 2018.[35] In October 2018, Wood announced that she was expecting her first child with Ruspoli.[36]



Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2008 Nightmare at the End of the Hall Laurel / Jane Hammond Television film [37]
2009 Skyrunners Julie ‘Smoking’ Gunn Disney XD original film [37]
2010 Turn the Beat Around Irena MTV original film [37]
2011 Final Destination 5 Olivia Castle Feature film [15]
2013 Her Husband’s Betrayal Cathy Coulter Lifetime television film [24]


Year(s) Title Role Notes Ref.
2006 Runaway Candice Episode: “End Game” [37]
2007 Lovebites Faith [37]
2008 MVP Ava 2 episodes [37]
2008 Gamer Girlz Max [37]
The Bold and the Beautiful Steffy Forrester Main role:
4 June 2008 – 14 June 2013 (Episode 5326–6594);
26 May 2015– (Episode 7085–)
Recurring role:
4 July – 20 December 2013;
30 January – 4 March 2015
2012 Arrow Sara Lance Episode: “Pilot [19]
2013 Party On Herself – Host E! television travel series [32]
2014 Anger Management Jane Episode: “Charlie and the Temper of Doom” [26]
2014 Castle Chelsea Episode: “The Time of Our Lives” [38]
2015 19-2 Mary Louise Dumas 2 episodes [38]
2015 South Beach Samantha Lear Hulu series [39][40]
2016 Les Anges 8 : Pacific Dream Herself 2 episodes

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist
2011 “New Romance” Miles Teller

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2012 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Bold and the Beautiful Nominated [8]
2013 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series The Bold and the Beautiful Nominated [11]
2018 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series The Bold and the Beautiful Nominated [41]

Emma Bell

Emma Bell

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Born (1986-12-17) December 17, 1986 (age 32)
Woodstown, New Jersey
Nationality American
Occupation Actress
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Emma Jean Bell[1] (born December 17, 1986) is an American actress, best known for her roles in films Frozen (2010) and Final Destination 5 (2011), and for playing Amy in the first season of The Walking Dead (2010), and Emma Judith Ryland Brown on the TNT drama series Dallas (2013–14).

Early life and family[edit]

Emma Jean Bell, who was born in Woodstown, New Jersey, grew up in Flemington[2] and the Stanton section of Readington Township and attended Hunterdon Central Regional High School.[3] She moved to New York City at the age of 16.[4][5] She attended Talent Unlimited High School Performing Arts High School on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.[5]

Her mother, Theresa “Tessa” B./A. Horan,[6] was a producer for 60 Minutes, and her father, Robert M. “Rob” Bell,[7] owns Green Birdie Productions, a full-service video production company in Lambertville, New Jersey. Her father was also a reporter, videographer and writer-producer for WWOR-TV.[8] Her brother, Chase Sterling Bell,[9] is a musician. Her paternal grandparents are Ensign Charles Robert Bell[10] and Elise Emma Stone,[11] a Daughter of the American Revolution, both graduates of Swarthmore College in 1939 and he also from the Naval Supply School, Harvard University in 1941, married in Brooklyn on a Sunday, September 14, 1941,[12] and her aunt is Jean Elise Bell.[13] Her great-grandparents were Lieutenant Mead Wilmer Stone, who fought in the First World War and was a co-owner of George Malvese and Company of Garden City Park, in Long Island,[14] and Lillie Seamann.[15]


Bell began her acting career in an Off-Broadway cabaret show in New York at the age of 12.[16] She made her screen debut in 2004, in the episode of NBC drama series Third Watch. She later appeared on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and in 2006 starred in the short-lived The WB television series The Bedford Diaries. She also appeared on such other shows as Supernatural, Law & Order, and CSI: Miami. She made her film debut in the 2007 sports drama film Gracie and also appeared in New York City Serenade, The Favor, Death in Love, and Elektra Luxx.

In 2010, Bell starred as Parker O’Neill, one of the main characters in the film Frozen. The film has received positive reviews from critics and in same year she named one of the “55 Faces of the Future” in Nylon‘s young Hollywood issue.[16][17] She appeared in Hatchet II, in which she reprised her Frozen role in an uncredited cameo. Also in 2010, Bell portrayed the role of Amy, the younger sister of Andrea (Laurie Holden) in Season 1 of the AMC drama series The Walking Dead.[18] In 2011, Bell starred as Molly Harper, the female lead character, in the 2011 thriller-horror film Final Destination 5.[19]

Bell starred in two television pilots NBC did not result in a full series, Reconstruction in 2011[20] and Midnight Sun in 2012.[21] In September 2012, it was announced that Bell had signed on as a series regular on the second season of TNT‘s drama series Dallas.[22][23] She played the role of Emma Judith Ryland Brown, Ann Ewing‘s (Brenda Strong) and Harris Ryland’s (Mitch Pileggi) daughter, and Judith Brown Ryland’s (Judith Light) granddaughter.[24] In 2013, Bell also starred in independent films Life Inside Out, Bipolar, and See You in Valhalla.[25]

Personal life[edit]

On October 6, 2018, Bell married fellow actor Camron Robertson.[26]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Gracie Kate Dorset
2007 New York City Serenade Melinda
2007 The Favor Jenny
2008 Death in Love Young Girl
2010 Frozen Parker O’Neil
2010 Elektra Luxx Eleanore Linbrook
2010 Hatchet II Parker O’Neil Cameo
2011 New Romance Emma Short film
2011 Final Destination 5 Molly Harper
2012 Breaking Wind Rosalie
2013 The Food Ditty Emma Bee Short film
2014 Life Inside Out Keira
2014 Bipolar Anna
2015 See You in Valhalla Faye
2015 The Good Ones Tara Short film
2016 A Quiet Passion Young Emily Dickinson
2017 Byoutiful Nell Short film
2017 Different Flowers Millie Haven


Year Title Role Notes
2004 Third Watch Pamela Stewart Episode: “Sins of the Fathers”
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Alison Luhan Episode: “Outcry”
2006 The Bedford Diaries Rachel Fein Recurring role; 5 episodes
2007 Law & Order Kirsten Paley Episode: “Talking Points”
2009 Ghost Whisperer Paula Hathaway Episode: “Body of Water”
2009 Dollhouse Tango Episode: “Needs”
2009 Supernatural Lindsey Episode: “Free to Be You and Me”
The Walking Dead Amy Harrison Recurring role; 6 episodes
2011 CSI: Miami Jennifer Olsen Episode: “Look Who’s Taunting”
2012 Midnight Sun Rory Harring Unsold television pilot
2012 Arrow Emily Nocenti Episode: “Honor Thy Father”
2013–14 Dallas Emma Brown Series regular (30 episodes)
2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Rose Summers Episode: “Reasonable Doubt”
2016 American Horror Story: Roanoke Tracy Logan Episode: “Chapter 10”
2016 Rizzoli & Isles Christine McKenzie Episode: “Cops vs. Zombies”
2016-2017 Relationship Status Claire Main role; 7 episodes
2017 Flip the Script Ad Exec 3 Miniseries; Episode: “Mad Women”
2017 Kevin (Probably) Saves the World Deb Episode: “Sweet Little Lies”
2017 Designated Survivor Carey Morgan Episode: “Line of Fire”
2018 Lucifer Mia Hytner Episode: “Quintessential Deckerstar”

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist
2011 “New Romance” Miles Teller

Award and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2011 Eyegore Awards Actress[27] The Walking Dead Won
2010 Fright Meter Awards Best Actress[28] Frozen Nominated


Ellen Wroe was born on June 7, 1988 in Williamson County, Texas, USA as Ellen Elizabeth Wroe. She is an actress and writer, known for Final Destination 5 (2011), Animal Kingdom (2016) and Here and Now (2018).
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Actress (44 credits)
 2018 Only Mine (completed)
 2019 Shameless (TV Series)

Episode #9.10 (2019)
 2018 The Resident (TV Series)
Rose Lapierre

The Dance (2018) … Rose Lapierre
 2018 Station 19 (TV Series)
Officer Elle Kingsley

Do a Little Harm… (2018) … Officer Elle Kingsley
 2018 Does This Baby Make Me Look Fat? (TV Series)

The New Babysitter (2018) … Ellen
 2018/I The Kid (Short)
 2018 Here and Now (TV Series)
Krav Maga Instructor

Yes (2018) … Krav Maga Instructor
Fight, Death (2018) … Krav Maga Instructor
 2018 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Dina Capilano

The Capilanos (2018) … Dina Capilano
 2018 Swedish Dicks (TV Series)
Stacy Mayfield

Dawn of the Dicks (2018) … Stacy Mayfield
 2017 Mission Control (TV Movie)
 2017 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Tiffany Miller

The Silo (2017) … Tiffany Miller
 2017 Dynasty (TV Series)

Company Slut (2017) … Kylie
 2017 Rosewood (TV Series)
Gretchen Benjamin

Fairy Tales & Frozen Truths (2017) … Gretchen Benjamin
 2017 Grimm (TV Series)
Haley Maler

El Cuegle (2017) … Haley Maler
 2016 Animal Kingdom (TV Series)
Alexa Anderson

What Have You Done (2016) … Alexa Anderson
Judas Kiss (2016) … Alexa Anderson
Man In (2016) … Alexa Anderson
Goddamn Animals (2016) … Alexa Anderson
Child Care (2016) … Alexa Anderson
 2016 Hey, Babe… (TV Series short)

…Which Remote (2016) … Babe
…A Little Help? (2016) … Babe
…Just One More Minute (2016) … Babe
…Are You Up? (2016) … Babe
Which Outfit? (2016) … Babe
 2016 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Danielle Green

Trigger Happy (2016) … Danielle Green
 2016 Chicago Med (TV Series)
Ms. Fisher

Guilty (2016) … Ms. Fisher
 2016 Grandfathered (TV Series)

The Biter (2016) … Summer
 2016 One & Done (TV Series)

Matthew (2016) … Ellen
 2015 NCIS: New Orleans (TV Series)
Lt. Lindsey Garrett

Touched by the Sun (2015) … Lt. Lindsey Garrett
 2015 The Juice Cleanse (Short)
 2015 Baby Daddy (TV Series)

An Officer and a Gentle Ben (2015) … Amber
 2014 Ice Bucket Challenged (Short)
Andrea Litzki
 2014 Rabid Weight Loss (Short)
 2014 Major Crimes (TV Series)
Officer Kate Sherman

Zoo Story (2014) … Officer Kate Sherman
 2014 NCIS (TV Series)
Navy Petty Officer Violet L.

Honor Thy Father (2014) … Navy Petty Officer Violet L.
 2014 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Officer Green

Forest Green (2014) … Officer Green
 2013 Masters of Sex (TV Series)

Standard Deviation (2013) … Ginger
Race To Space (2013) … Ginger
 2013 Weapon Wars (TV Series)
Samus Arm Canon Girl

Mega Buster Arm Cannon vs. Metroid Arm Blaster (2013) … Samus Arm Canon Girl
 2013 The Food Ditty (Video short)
 2013 Humor Me (Short)
Ashley Dobson
 2012 Awesometown (TV Movie)
 2012 Cassandra French’s Finishing School for Boys (TV Series)

Pilot (2012) … Wendy
 2012 Southland (TV Series)

Identity (2012) … Cathy
 2011 The Gatorade Rap (Short)
 2011 Final Destination 5
Candice Hooper
 2011 New Romance (Short)
Ellen Wroe
 2010 Huge (TV Series)

Live Action Role Play (2010) … Meredith
 2010 The Etiquette Ninjas (Video)
 2010 Tina Out of Water (TV Series)
Tina Rogers
 2010 Gary Unmarried (TV Series)

Gary’s Big Mouth (2010) … Jessica
 2009 I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant (TV Series)

Freshman 15 (2009) … Lucy

Carolina Guerra

Carolina Guerra

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Carolina Liliana Guerra Molina

(1986-07-30) 30 July 1986 (age 32)

Nationality Colombian
Occupation Model, actress, television presenter

Carolina Guerra (born Carolina Liliana Guerra Molina; 30 July 1986) is a Colombian model, actress and television presenter chosen in 2005 to represent the nation’s capital as Miss Bogotá. She won a Škoda Fabia hatchback, 25 million pesos with which to prepare for the national beauty competition in Cartagena, a gold tiara and a jewel.[1]

She has presented the MTV programme Rock Dinner and appeared in the telenovelas Montecristo, broadcast in Colombia on Caracol TV, and La Diosa Coronada, broadcast in the United States on Telemundo.[2] She played the Inca high priestess Ima in season two of Da Vinci’s Demons. In her modelling work she is represented professionally by Stock Models International Model Management.[3] She has hosted Colombia’s Next Top Model. In 2013, she starred in the romance drama The Firefly alongside Olga Segura.[4]

Actress (23 credits)
 2018 Rubirosa (Serie) (TV Series)
Flor de Oro
 2018 Rubirosa 3
Flor de Oro Trujillo
 2018 Rubirosa 2
Flor de Oro Trujillo
 2018 Rubirosa
Flor de Oro Trujillo
 2016-2018 Animal Kingdom (TV Series)

The Hyenas (2018) … Lucy
Homecoming (2018) … Lucy (credit only)
Jackpot (2018) … Lucy
Off the Tit (2018) … Lucy
Libertad (2018) … Lucy (credit only)
 2015 Powder and Gold
 2014/I 5
 2014 Da Vinci’s Demons (TV Series)

The Fall from Heaven (2014) … Ima
The Vault of Heaven (2014) … Ima
The Rope of the Dead (2014) … Ima
The Sun and the Moon (2014) … Ima
The Blood of Man (2014) … Ima
 2013 The Firefly
 2013 The Damned
 2012 Restos
 2012 La Lectora
La Lectora
 2012 La Ruta Blanca (TV Series)
Fanny Salazar

La Ruta Blanca (2012) … Fanny Salazar
 2010-2011 Open-Hearted (TV Series)
Violeta Botero

Episode #2.3 (2011) … Violeta Botero
Episode #2.2 (2011) … Violeta Botero
Episode #2.1 (2011) … Violeta Botero
Episode #1.2 (2010) … Violeta Botero
Episode #1.3 (2010) … Violeta Botero
 2010 El cartel 2 – La guerra total (TV Series)
Victoria ‘Vicky’ Puerta

Episode #1.112 (2010) … Victoria ‘Vicky’ Puerta
Episode #1.111 (2010) … Victoria ‘Vicky’ Puerta
Episode #1.110 (2010) … Victoria ‘Vicky’ Puerta
Episode #1.109 (2010) … Victoria ‘Vicky’ Puerta
Episode #1.108 (2010) … Victoria ‘Vicky’ Puerta
 2010 Hilos de amor (TV Series)
Scarlett García

Episode #1.112 (2010) … Scarlett García
Episode #1.111 (2010) … Scarlett García
Episode #1.110 (2010) … Scarlett García
Episode #1.109 (2010) … Scarlett García
Episode #1.108 (2010) … Scarlett García
 2010 La Diosa Coronada (TV Series)
Raquel Santamaria Cruz

Episode #1.1 (2010) … Raquel Santamaria Cruz
 2009 Regreso a la guaca (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2009)
 2009 ¡Viva el sueño! (TV Series)
 2007 Montecristo (TV Series)
Érika Castaño

Episode #1.1 (2007) … Érika Castaño
 2007 Nuevo rico, nuevo pobre (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2007) … Britney

Self (8 credits)
 2018 Champions for Children Awards (TV Special)
 2018 Steve (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Panelist

Patti Stanger/Carolina Guerra (2018) … Herself
 2017 Celebrity Page (TV Series)

Episode #2.188 (2017) … Herself
 2013 Colombia’s Next Top Model (TV Series)
Herself – Host
 2011 Premios Shock (TV Special)
Herself – Host
 2009 Premios Shock (TV Special)
Herself – Host
 2008 Premios Shock (TV Special)
Herself – Host


Laura Hammer is an actress and producer, known for A Time for the Heart (2009) and Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton (2013).
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Actress (8 credits)
 2017 Wisdom of the Crowd (TV Series)
Hive Tech

Alpha Test (2017) … Hive Tech
Live Stream (2017) … Hive Tech
Denial of Service (2017) … Hive Tech
Trade Secrets (2017) … Hive Tech
Trojan Horse (2017) … Hive Tech
 2017 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)
Charity Worker

The Venue (2017) … Charity Worker (uncredited)
 2012 Bridges (Short)
 2009 A Time for the Heart
Johnnie Morgan
 2009 The Winning Season
Fort Gary Basketball Player (uncredited)
 2008 Forever Yours (Short)
 2008 Independently Blue
 2006 Love Monkey (TV Series)
Script Supervisor

Confidence (2006) … Script Supervisor


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Emma Hunter (actress)

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Emma Hunter (born 1984 or 1985) is a Canadian actress and comedian.[1] She is known for her recurring role as Nisha in the sitcom Mr. D, and as co-anchor with Miguel Rivas of the news satire series The Beaverton.[2] She has also appeared in several other productions, including the television series L.A. Complex and Royal Canadian Air Farce, and the independent feature film Mary Goes Round (2018). In 2017, she was featured in the CBC web series How To Buy a Baby.

In 2018, Hunter received three Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards, in the categories of Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Program or Series for Mr. D, Best Ensemble Performance in a Variety or Sketch Comedy Program or Series for The Beaverton, and Best Actress in a Web Program or Series for Save Me.[3] She won the award for Best Actress in a Web Program or Series.[4] She was also co-host of the televised Canadian Screen Awards gala, alongside Jonny Harris.[5]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2018 6th Canadian Screen Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Program or Series Mr. D Nominated [6]
Best Ensemble Performance in a Variety or Sketch Comedy Program or Series The Beaverton Nominated
Best Actress in a Web Program or Series Save Me Won [7]
Actress (27 credits)
 2018 We Three Queens (Short) (post-production)
 2016-2018 Mr. D (TV Series)

A Wedding Story (2018) … Nisha
Breaking Slime (2018) … Nisha
Gerry Gets a Kid (2016)
Gerry Wants to Stay Married (2016) … Nisha
 2018 Gary and His Demons (TV Series)
Bloody Mary / Teacher / Student / …

Gary and His Love Life (2018) … Bloody Mary
Gary Goes Back to School (2018) … Teacher / Student
Grundleman (2018) … Bloody Mary / Clara
Still the One (2018) … Teacher
 2017 Save Me (TV Series)

H.B.D … Cora
 2017 How to Buy a Baby (TV Series)

Fertilifamily (2017) … Alley
 2017 Mary Goes Round
 2015-2017 Royal Canadian Air Farce (TV Series)

Air Farce New Year’s Eve 2015 (2015) … Various
 2017 Goon: Last of the Enforcers
Flight Attendant
 2016-2017 The Beaverton (TV Series)
Emma Hunter

Episode #1.10 (2017) … Emma Hunter
Episode #1.9 (2017) … Emma Hunter
Episode #1.8 (2017) … Emma Hunter
Episode #1.4 (2016) … Emma Hunter
Episode #1.5 (2016) … Emma Hunter
 2016 Terrific Trucks Save Christmas (TV Movie)
Mayor Emma
 2016 3-Way (Not Calling) (Short)
 2015 Fat Camp (Short)
 2015 Let’s Rap
Lauren Brady
 2015 YidLife Crisis (TV Series short)
Just for Laughs Staff

YidLife Crisis vs Howie Mandel (2015) … Just for Laughs Staff
 2014-2015 Spun Out (TV Series)

My Brother’s Speaker (2015) … Daisy
Carpoolers (2014) … Daisy
Break Up Like Beckett (2014) … Daisy
Unauthorized (2014) … Daisy
 2015/I Never Let Go
Female Bodyguard
 2014 The Stanley Dynamic (TV Series)
Pregnant Woman

The Stanley Sick Day … Pregnant Woman
 2014 Alles ist Liebe
 2014 Degrassi: The Next Generation (TV Series)
Sophia Rosen

Believe: Part 2 (2014) … Sophia Rosen
Believe: Part 1 (2014) … Sophia Rosen
 2014 Apple Mortgage Cake (TV Movie)
Good Day Host
 2013 Shooting Oliver (Short)
 2013 Pop Quiz (TV Series)
Judge (2013)
 2012 The Train (Short)
 2012 The L.A. Complex (TV Series)
Science Show Casting Assistant

Help Wanted (2012) … Science Show Casting Assistant
Taking the Day (2012) … Science Show Casting Assistant
 2011 InSecurity (TV Series)

 2009 F2: Forensic Factor (TV Series)

Knock, Knock, You’re Dead (2009)

Self (7 credits)
 2018 The Social (TV Series)
Herself – Guest Co-Host / The Fifth Chair

12-20-2018: Thursday (2018) … Herself – Guest Co-Host / The Fifth Chair
 2016-2018 The Beaverton (TV Series)
Herself – Host / Herself – Panelist

Episode #2.13 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode #2.12 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode #2.11 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode #2.10 (2018) … Herself – Host
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Herself – Host
 2014 CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (TV Series)
Herself – Comedian

The Parent Trap (2014) … Herself – Comedian
 2013 The Hour (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Episode #10.13 (2013) … Herself – Panelist
Episode #10.9 (2013) … Herself – Panelist
 2013 Video on Trial (TV Series)

Episode #8.8 (2013) … Herself
SO 90’s! (2013) … Herself
 2012-2013 Match Game (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist / Herself – Guest Panelist / Guest Panelist

Tanning (2013) … Herself – Panelist
Invisible (2013) … Herself – Panelist
Spring (2012) … Herself – Guest Panelist
Bath (2012) … Guest Panelist
Mixed (2012) … Herself – Guest Panelist
 2012 Just for Laughs: All-Access (TV Series)

Episode #4.7 … Herself


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Actress (46 credits)
 2018 Isabelle
Larissa Kane
 2018 Freaks
 2014-2018 Silicon Valley (TV Series)
Monica Hall

Fifty-One Percent (2018) … Monica Hall
Initial Coin Offering (2018) … Monica Hall
Artificial Emotional Intelligence (2018) … Monica Hall
Facial Recognition (2018) … Monica Hall
Tech Evangelist (2018) … Monica Hall
 2018 American Murderer (Short)
 2017 Lifeline (TV Series)
Haley Hooks

In 33 Days You’ll Die (2017) … Haley Hooks
 2017/II Juggernaut
 2017 Aly & AJ: Take Me (Video short)
 2017 A Crooked Somebody
 2017 Mansionz: Rich White Girls (Video short)
Rich White Girl
 2017 Table 19
 2016 Chokeslam
Sheena DeWilde
 2016 Poor Boy
Charlene Rox
 2016/I Race
 2015 Weepah Way for Now
 2015 The Age of Adaline
Kikki Jones
 2014 Bad City
Izzy Fontaine
 2014 The Identical
Helen Hemsley
 2014 Motive (TV Series)
Robin Keaton

Raw Deal (2014) … Robin Keaton
 2014 Math Bites (TV Series)
Lovers / Power Walking Couple / Smart Couple

World Math (2014) … Lovers
Math Heads: Do Math in Your Head (2014) … Power Walking Couple
Pi (2014) … Smart Couple
 2013 Crazy Kind of Love
 2013 Ferocious
Leigh Parrish
 2013 Miss Dial
 2013 Jobs
 2012 Awesometown (TV Movie)
 2012 Knife Fight
Helena St. John
 2011 Picturesque (Short)
 2011 Charlie Zone
 2011 Sisters & Brothers
 2011 Suits (TV Series)
Lola Jensen

Identity Crisis (2011) … Lola Jensen
 2010 All That Glitters (Video short)
Amanda Crews – Whitney Carmichael
 2010 Repeaters
Sonia Logan
 2010 Charlie St. Cloud
Tess Carroll
 2009 The Break-Up Artist
 2008 Sex Drive
 2008 Monster Ark (TV Movie)
 2008 That One Night
 2006-2007 Whistler (TV Series)
Carrie Miller

Last Run (2007) … Carrie Miller
The Rules of Attachment: Part II (2007) … Carrie Miller
The Rules of Attachment: Part I (2007) … Carrie Miller
Road Trip (2007) … Carrie Miller
Family Ties (2007) … Carrie Miller
 2005-2006 15/Love (TV Series)
Tanis McTaggart

Charity of Fire (2006) … Tanis McTaggart
Volley of the Dolls (2005) … Tanis McTaggart
Highway 101 (2005) … Tanis McTaggart
Comfort Zones (2005) … Tanis McTaggart
The Trial (2005) … Tanis McTaggart
 2006 John Tucker Must Die
Hallway Girl
 2006 She’s the Man
 2006 Meltdown: Days of Destruction (TV Movie)
 2006 Final Destination 3
Julie Christensen
 2005 Life as We Know It (TV Series)
Polly Brewer

Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive Junk (2005) … Polly Brewer
You Must Be Trippin’ (2005) … Polly Brewer
 2005 Smallville (TV Series)
Sorority Girl

Recruit (2005) … Sorority Girl