A TRIBUTE TO DEAN FORD OF THE MARMALADE

Dean Ford

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Background information
Birth name Thomas McAleese
Born (1946-09-05) 5 September 1946 (age 72)
Origin Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire
Died 1/1/2019
Genres Pop, Rock
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter
Years active 1963–present
Labels EMI Columbia, CBS, Decca, EMI
Associated acts Dean Ford and the Gaylords, Marmalade, Dean Ford
Website Official Facebook for former Marmalade frontman Dean Ford

Dean Ford (born Thomas McAleese on 5 September 1946) was a Scottish singer and songwriter best known for his tenure as lead vocalist and frontman of the beat pop group Marmalade from 1966 to 1974. Ford (credited as McAleese) co-wrote the group’s worldwide hit “Reflections of My Life” with fellow band member Junior Campbell.[1] “Reflections of My Life” has sold more than two million units globally, and in 1998 the writers were awarded a Special Citation of Achievement by BMI for attaining radio broadcast performances in excess of one million in the U.S. alone.[2]

Career[edit]

Early life[edit]

Born in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire to Thomas sen. and Elizabeth McAleese, young Tom first began singing in public accompanying a jazz ensemble at the local Whifflet parish church dance hall. He formed his first musical group The Tonebeats at age 13, one of several he hooked up with during his teenage years.[3] By the time he left Clifton High School in Coatbridge at age 15, he had been gaining more exposure as a featured singer. His break came after a performance with the Monarchs at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow in 1963, where he was seen by members of the popular east Glasgow band The Gaylords and subsequently invited to join the group.[3]

Dean Ford and The Gaylords[edit]

Shortly thereafter, McAleese adopted his stage name (a moniker he coined by combining the names Dean Martin and Tennessee Ernie Ford) and The Gaylords were re-christened Dean Ford and the Gaylords. With hopes of achieving more commercial success, Ford and the band relocated to London in 1965.

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Marmalade[edit]

Three years later, Marmalade, with Ford as lead singer, became the first Scottish band to score a #1 hit song on the U.K. pop singles chart.[1], also racking up many prior and additional consecutive quality hits worldwide. In addition to his lead vocals, Ford expanded his songwriting credits, co-writing Reflections of My Life, Rainbow, My Little One, and I See The Rain and added instrumental support on harmonica and tambourine. After several lineup changes, Marmalade was reduced to three band members by 1973, with Ford being the lone founding member.

Post Marmalade career[edit]

With the dissolution of the original Marmalade, Ford embarked on a solo career and released a self-titled LP in 1975, produced by Alan Parsons.[4] His collaboration with Parsons extended to a guest vocal appearance on Parsons’ 1978 Pyramid album. Ford also recorded one-off tracks with former Marmalade band member Hugh Nicholson.[5]

Career in the US[edit]

After his solo album failed to chart, Ford was subsequently released by his record label. Battling alcohol addiction, he moved to Los Angeles in 1979. Virtually unknown as a recording artist in the U.S., he was unable to cash in on his earlier success with Marmalade and his alcohol dependency forced him to essentially drop out of the organized music business. With the help of Alcoholics Anonymous, Ford was sober by 1986.[6] He turned to music again by appearing in small clubs and open-mic venues. He admits his royalties from Reflections of My Life keep him financially afloat.[6]

Ford did not completely sever ties to his musical contemporaries. In 2003 he teamed up with a revamped The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, participating in an album tribute by well-known Scottish musicians to Glaswegian Frankie Miller, a fellow artist recovering from a brain hemorrhage.[7] His most recent collaboration was with former Badfinger guitarist Joe Tansin in 2012, including recording a notable latter day poignant reflective version of his biggest success, “Reflections Of My Life”

With the support of crowdfunding, Ford recently completed production of a second solo album of original material entitled Feel My Heartbeat.[8]

Ford’s solo projects are currently available on CD through his official Facebook page.

Discography[edit]

  • Dean Ford
  • Radio Heart/Let It Rain
  • Feel My Heartbeat

Notable Songwriting Credits[edit]

Year Song Author Chart Position
1967 I See the Rain Campbell-McAleese #23 Netherlands
1969 Reflections of My Life Campbell-McAleese #3 UK, #7 US-Cashbox, #10 US, #21 US-AC
1970 Rainbow Campbell-McAleese #3 UK, #7 US-AC, #51 US
1971 My Little One Campbell-McAleese #15 UK, #31 US-AC, #123 US
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Vanessa Marano

Vanessa Marano

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Born
Vanessa Nicole Marano

(1992-10-31) October 31, 1992 (age 26)

Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Relatives Laura Marano (sister)

Vanessa Nicole Marano[1] (born October 31, 1992[2]) is an American actress. She has starred in television movies and had recurring roles in such series as Without a Trace, Gilmore Girls, Ghost Whisperer, Scoundrels, Grey’s Anatomy and The Young and the Restless. From 2011-2017, she starred as Bay Kennish on the Freeform television series Switched at Birth.

Career[edit]

Vanessa Marano began acting professionally at the age of seven.[3] According to an interview with her sister, her mother did not want either of her children to have careers in show business, and took the girls to an agent that she believed was most likely to turn kids down, only to find that Vanessa was accepted. Her sister Laura, who was on the scene with her, also impressed the agency.[4] Since then, she has worked for productions at the Stage Door Theater. Marano’s first major roles on television have been as Jack Malone’s older daughter in Without a Trace (she and real life sister Laura play sisters), Valerie’s stepdaughter in The Comeback and as April Nardini in Gilmore Girls. She also played Layne Abeley in The Clique based on the books by Lisi Harrison and Samantha Combs in Dear Lemon Lima. Marano starred in an episode of Ghost Whisperer alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt. Marano played Eden on The Young and the Restless and Hope on Scoundrels. Since June 2011, she has starred as Bay Kennish on the ABC Family TV show Switched at Birth.[5] In 2013, she starred in Restless Virgins which was inspired by a true story.

Personal life[edit]

Marano was born in Los Angeles, California. Her mother, Ellen,[6] is the owner of Agoura Children’s Theatre.[7] Her younger sister, Laura Marano, is also an actress. Marano speaks Italian,[8] and her father is of Italian descent.[9]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002–2009 Without a Trace Hanna Malone Recurring role; 12 episodes
2004 Grounded for Life Lexie Episode: “Tombstone Blues”
2004 The Brooke Ellison Story Young Brooke Ellison TV movie
2005 Six Feet Under Tate Pasquese 2 episodes
2005 The Comeback Franchesca Recurring role, 12 episodes
2005 Malcolm in the Middle Gina Episode: “Malcolm Defends Reese”
2005–2007 Gilmore Girls April Nardini Recurring role; 13 episodes
2006 Boys Life Sheila Movie
2007 Hell on Earth Shelly TV movie
2008 Man of Your Dreams Maia TV movie
2008 Miss Guided Kelly Episode: “Homecoming”
2008 The Closer Theresa Monroe Episode: “Problem Child”
2008 Ghost Whisperer Alise Jones Episode: “Ghost in the Machine”
2008–2010 The Young and the Restless Eden Baldwin Regular role; 59 episodes
2009 Trust Me Haley McGuire Recurring role; 5 episodes
2009–2011 Dexter Rebecca Mitchell Recurring role; 6 episodes
2010 Untitled Michael Jacobs Pilot Bailey Davidson Unsold pilot movie
2010 Past Life Susan Charne Episode: “Dead Man Talking”
2010 Medium Jennifer Whitten Episodes: “There Will Be Blood.. Type A”, “There Will Be Blood… Type B”
2010 Scoundrels Hope West Main role; 8 episodes
2010 Parenthood Holly Episode: “Date Night”
2010 Marry Me Imogen Hicks TV miniseries
2011 Private Practice Casey Episode: “The Hardest Part”
2011 Love Bites Becky Lerner Episode: “Too Much Information”
2011 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Samantha Cafferty Episode: “CSI Down”
2011–2017 Switched at Birth Bay Kennish Main role; 104 episodes
2012 Grey’s Anatomy Holly Wheeler Episode: “The Girl with No Name”
2012 Boys Are Stupid, Girls Are Mean Narrator 9 episodes
2013 Restless Virgins Emily TV movie
2013 Perception Riley Episode: “Toxic”
2014 NCIS: New Orleans Natalie Lane Episode: “The Recruits”
2016 Outcast Sherry Episode: “The Road Before Us”
2016 Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life April Nardini Episode: “Summer”
2017 Silicon Valley Stanford University student Episodes: “Intellectual Property”, “Teambuilding Exercise”
2018 Station 19 Molly Episode: “Not Your Hero”
2018- present Dead Girls Detective Agency Nancy Graves Main Cast

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Easy Little Jamie Uncredited[citation needed]
2003 Finding Nemo Additional voices
2008 The Clique Layne Abeley Direct-to-DVD film
2009 Dear Lemon Lima Samantha Combs
2012 Your Father’s Daughter Luciana Short film
2013 The Secret Lives of Dorks Samantha
2014 Senior Project Samantha “Sam” Willow
2018 Daphne & Velma[10] Carol
2018 Saving Zoë Zoë Post-production

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Work Result Ref
2011 Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Star – Female Switched at Birth Nominated [11]
2013 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Drama Switched at Birth Nominated [12]

NOELLE ATWOOD

Noelle Atwood was born on December 20, 1988 in Yakima, Washington, USA. She was an actress, known for Jackson Horn (2006) and Jackson Horn (2011). She died on May 20, 2011 in Yakima.

Died:

(age 22) in Yakima, Washington, USA

Actress (2 credits)
 2011 Jackson Horn (TV Movie)
Kate Drisco
 2006-2011 Jackson Horn (TV Series)
Kate Drisco

They Paved Paradise… (2011) … Kate Drisco
…And Put Up a Parking Lot (2011) … Kate Drisco
Before the Morning: Part 2 (2008) … Kate Drisco
Before the Morning: Part 1 (2008) … Kate Drisco
Decisions (2007) … Kate Drisco

JACLYN GERMAN

Jaclyn German is an actress, known for Jackson Horn (2006) and Forbidden Fruit (2010).
Actress (2 credits)
 2010 Forbidden Fruit (Video)
Cindy
 2006-2008 Jackson Horn (TV Series)
Jaime Burress

Before the Morning: Part 2 (2008) … Jaime Burress
Before the Morning: Part 1 (2008) … Jaime Burress
Decisions (2007) … Jaime Burress
New Beginnings (2007) … Jaime Burress
Gone, But Not Forgotten (2007) … Jaime Burress
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 2015 Shooting Star (Documentary) (thanks)

OLIVIA GRANT

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Olivia Grant (actress, born 1983)

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Olivia Grant
Born (1983-09-20) September 20, 1983 (age 35)

London, England
Nationality English
Alma mater Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Brasenose College, Oxford
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986, 2007–present

Olivia Grant (born 20 September 1983) is an English actress. Her first film role was in Stardust (2007), in which she was cast within weeks of graduating from Oxford University. She is perhaps best known for portraying Lady Adelaide Midwinter in BBC‘s Lark Rise to Candleford, Grace Darling in BBC3’s Personal Affairs, Hermione Roddice in Women in Love, Henrietta Armistead in Garrow’s Law, Ava Knox in the HBO/Cinemax co-production Strike Back and Madeleine Mathers in Indian Summers for PBS and Channel 4.

Early life and career[edit]

Grant was born on 20 September 1983 in southwest London, to Irene Whilton, a costume designer, and Kenneth Grant, a district judge. She was trained in classical ballet[1] and was awarded a place as a Junior Associate of the Royal Ballet School at the age of 10 and she performed with The Royal Ballet at Covent Garden Opera House and the Birmingham Royal Ballet at Sadler’s Wells.[citation needed]

Grant then obtained a place at St Paul’s Girls’ School[1] where she combined her studies with extra-curricular performing; winning a place as a Junior Associate at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama whilst still at school. At Brasenose College, Oxford University she studied English Literature whilst performing in up to two plays a term in parts such as Isabella in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, Anna in Patrick Marber’s Closer, and Natasha in Chekhov’s Three Sisters at the Oxford Playhouse.[citation needed]

In her final year at Oxford she was invited by Royal Shakespeare Company producer Thelma Holt and the Cameron Mackintosh Fund to take part in a showcase at the Old Vic Studios, where her monologue performance of Juliet Stevenson from Anthony Minghella‘s film script Truly Madly Deeply led to her being contacted by leading acting agents in the run up to her finals. Within weeks of graduating Grant was cast in the Paramount film Stardust, in a role which saw her magically transformed from a boy to a goat to a girl by an evil witch Lamia (played by Michelle Pfeiffer). During production she rehearsed at Pinewood Studios with cast members Claire Danes and Robert De Niro.

After her role in Stardust, Grant was cast as one of the leads, Lady Adelaide Midwinter, in BBC1‘s period drama series Lark Rise to Candleford. She spent six months filming in the Wiltshire countryside alongside cast members Dawn French, Julia Sawalha, and Ben Miles. After finishing the first series she was then cast as the lead Grace Darling in the BBC Three comedy-drama series Personal Affairs in which she played a secret lesbian in the script written by Gabbie Asher.

Grant was then cast with Rhys Ifans in the feature film Mr Nice (dir. Bernard Rose). She worked again with director Charlie Palmer on the ITV classic series Poirot with David Suchet, Geoffrey Palmer, and Anna Massey, playing an undercover spy Annabel Larkin. The BBC invited her to reprise her role as Lady Adelaide in Lark Rise to Candleford, which she did for Series 3. She then played with the fellow Oxford alumni Rosamund Pike and Rory Kinnear in BBC Four‘s production of Women In Love as Hermione Roddice, which was shot in South Africa. Following this, she played the lead role of Sophia in The Picture at the Salisbury Playhouse.

In 2012, Grant played with Rupert Graves as his character’s new mistress in the BAFTA-nominated BBC period drama Garrow’s Law. She spent the summer filming in Malta on the independent feature film Gozo alongside with Ophelia Lovibond and appeared in the ITV crime drama series Endeavour as Helen Cartwright. She also returned to South Africa to shoot the Emmy-nominated HBO / Cinemax co-production Strikeback playing Charles Dance‘s daughter Ava Knox. Other roles that year included Jennifer in the indie feature film Copenhagen, and BBC Worldwide‘s Cold War television film Legacy which aired in November 2013. She next appeared in Indian Summers, a period drama set during the 1930s British Raj for Channel 4 and PBS that debuted in Spring 2015 in both the UK and US. She then starred in the thriller Breakdown in which she appears alongside Craig Fairbrass, James Cosmo, Bruce Payne and Tamer Hassan. In 2016, she reprised her role as Madeleine Mathers in Indian Summers Series Two, led the film Genesis alongside with John Hannah and has spent 2016 filming a pilot for NBC Universal called True Fiction and filming the feature film Heidi: Queen of the Mountains alongside with Bill Nighy and Mark Williams.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1986 Brush Strokes Susie[2] TV series (1 episode)
2007 Stardust Girl Bernard
2007 Fishtales Angela Feature film
2008 Lark Rise to Candleford Lady Adelaide Midwinter TV series (10 episodes)
2009 Personal Affairs Grace Darling TV series
2010 Mr Nice Alice
2010 Frankie Teardrop Diane Short film
2011 Garrows Law Lady Henrietta Armistead TV series
2011 Women in Love Lady Hermione Rodice TV series
2012 Strike Back Ava Knox TV series
2013 Endeavour Helen Cartwright TV series
2013 Gozo Christie
2013 Legacy Eva Pym Television film
2013 The Devil Went Down To Islington Diane Ableau
2014 Copenhagen Jennifer
2014 Pudsey the Dog: The Movie Leading Lady
2015 Indian Summers Madeleine Mathers
2016 Breakdown Catherine Jennings
2016 Genesis Eve
2016 True Fiction Clea Turner
2017 All the Money in the World Millicent
2017 Heidi: Queen of the Mountains Miss Rottenmeier

AYSHA KALA

Aysha Kala is an actress, known for Second Coming (2014), National Theatre Live: Obsession (2017) and Shameless (2004).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2015-2016 Indian Summers (TV Series)
Sooni / Sooni Dalal

Leaving Home (2016) … Sooni
Winner Takes All (2016) … Sooni
The Birthday Party (2016) … Sooni
The Proposal (2016) … Sooni
A Gift for the King (2016) … Sooni
 2015 Exmas (Short)
Ice Queen
 2014 Second Coming
Waitress
 2013 Vicious (TV Series)
Emma

Clubbing (2013) … Emma
 2011 Shameless (TV Series)
Sita Desai

Episode #8.11 (2011) … Sita Desai
Episode #8.10 (2011) … Sita Desai
Episode #8.9 (2011) … Sita Desai
Episode #8.8 (2011) … Sita Desai
Episode #8.7 (2011) … Sita Desai
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2016 Too Much TV (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewed Guest

Episode #1.15 (2016) … Herself – Interviewed Guest
 2016 Sunday Brunch (TV Series)
Herself

Episode #5.12 (2016) … Herself
THEATER:
AN ADVENTURE
KHADIJA IS 18
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
OBSESSION
INDIAN SUMMERS

Emeraude Toubia

Emeraude Toubia

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Emeraude Toubia
Born (1989-03-01) 1 March 1989 (age 29)

Residence Los Angeles, California
Nationality United States American
Occupation Actress and Model
Years active 2008–present
Height 1.64 m (5 ft 4 12 in)
Partner(s) Prince Royce (2011-present)

Emeraude Toubia (born March 1, 1989) is an American actress and model. She portrays Isabelle Lightwood on the Freeform fantasy series Shadowhunters. She previously appeared on the Venevisión telenovelas Cosita linda as Dulce Rincón and Voltea pa’ que te enamores as Stephanie Karam.

Early life[edit]

Toubia was born in Montreal, Quebec.[1] She was raised in Brownsville, Texas as an only child.[2] Her mother, Mirta Sonia (née Solis), was born and raised in Ciudad Victoria, Mexico,[3] and her father is Lebanese-American.[1] Her paternal grandparents were from the Koura District, Lebanon.[1]

As a child, she was professionally trained in classical ballet, flamenco, belly dance, and lyrical dance.[4] Toubia attended Homer Hanna High School in Brownsville for her secondary education.[5] Since the age of fifteen, Toubia had competed in several beauty pageants; she was crowned Miss South Texas, Miss Rio Grande Valley America, and Miss Teen Brownsville.[6]

Career[edit]

In 1999, at the age of ten, Toubia made her first television appearance on Televisa‘s children’s program El Mundo de los Niños. She became widely known in 2008, when she was selected to participate on the second season of the Univision beauty pageant series Nuestra Belleza Latina, where the participants were trained rigorously in acting, presenting, dancing and other activities; Toubia was voted first runner-up.[7] Since then, she has been featured in advertisements for brands such as Maybelline, J. C. Penney, Sony, Garnier, and AT&T.[8]

In 2009, she joined the second season of Model Latina, finishing in fifth place.[9] She was then a semifinalist in Miss Texas USA 2010.[10] From 2011 to 2013, Toubia served as a presenter for several NBC Universo music and entertainment shows, including The Arena, 18 & Over, and mun2POP.[11] She co-hosted the mun2 red carpet special for the 2013 Billboard Latin Music Awards.[12] In 2013, Toubia made her acting debut as Elizabeth on the Nickelodeon Latin America youth telenovela 11-11: En mi cuadra nada cuadra, for which she was coached by Academy Award-nominated actress Adriana Barraza.[13]

In 2014, she appeared as Dulce Rincón on Venevisión‘s telenovela Cosita linda. The following year, Toubia portrayed Stephanie Karam on the Univision-Venevisión telenovela Voltea pa’ que te enamores.[14] In 2016, Toubia began portraying the half-human, half-angel warrior Isabelle Lightwood on Freeform‘s fantasy series Shadowhunters, based on The Mortal Instruments book series by Cassandra Clare.[15][16] That same month, she appeared alongside Prince Royce in the music video for his single “Culpa al Corazón“.[17]

Personal life[edit]

In 2010, Toubia moved to Miami, Florida; she resided there until moving to Los Angeles, California in 2015.[18] Toubia has been dating musician Prince Royce since August 2011,[19][20] and publicly confirmed their relationship in April 2016.[21]

Toubia supports the Get Schooled non-profit organization; on May 26, 2016, she visited Middle College High School in San Bernardino, California to meet students and act as their “celebrity principal” for the day.[22]

Filmography[edit]

Film and television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Aurora Receptionist Episode: “Gran lanzamiento”
2013 11-11: En mi cuadra nada cuadra Elizabeth 75 episodes
2014 Cosita linda Dulce Rincón 96 episodes
2015 Voltea pa’ que te enamores Stephanie Karam 29 episodes
2015 Tattooed Love Esmeralda
2016–present Shadowhunters Isabelle Lightwood Main role
Music video appearances
Year Title Artist(s)
2016 Culpa al Corazón Prince Royce

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Refs
2017 19th Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Shadowhunters Nominated [23]
2018 20th Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Nominated

Jemima West

Jemima West

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Jemima West
Born (1987-08-11) 11 August 1987 (age 31)

Alma mater
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999–present
Known for

Jemima West (born 11 August 1987)[1] is an Anglo-French actress. She is bilingual, growing up for most of her life in Paris, France.[2][3][4] She is best known for playing Isabelle Lightwood in the film adaptation of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and Alice Whelan in the British drama series Indian Summers. She also appeared in the second season of The Borgias as Vittoria.

Early life[edit]

West’s parents are English. Her father is an accountant and her mother is a business interpreter. When she was five years old, her parents moved to Paris. She attended the Sorbonne and graduated in the history of art while taking acting classes in the evening. She can speak both French and English. She has described herself as completely English and has said that she has an easier time working in her mother tongue; she says Paris is her home.[2]

Career[edit]

West made her acting début at the age of 12 when she appeared in the 1999 film Joan Of Arc, directed by Luc Besson. She later on starred in the short film I’m an Actrice directed by Maiwenn, and also starred in the third season of the Canadian television series, 15/Love.

West later went on to star in the French television shows Ben & Thomas, Trouble Paradis, R.I.S. Police Scientifique and Josephine Ange Gardien which was followed by her second film role in King Guillaume, co-starring alongside Florence Foresti.

In 2009, West starred in Paradis Criminel, a two-part thriller mini-series entitled Who Killed Little Red Riding Hood as Louisa. The mini-series was written and directed by Serge Meynard and went on to win “Best mini-series” at the 2009 La Rochelle TV Film Festival, and garnered 3 million viewers on France 2 on 22 August 2012. The mini-series thus ranks as 8th best-rated fiction of the year on the channel.[5]

In 2010, West had a role in the French mini-series Maison Close, in which she starred as Rose, a young country girl forced to work for her freedom in a brothel. She stars alongside Anne Charrier and Valérie Karsenti.

West played Isabelle Lightwood[6] in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, a film adaptation of the first book in The New York Times best-selling series The Mortal Instruments, written by Cassandra Clare. West co-starred alongside Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, and Robert Sheehan. The film was released on 21 August 2013.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc Girl
2004 I’m an Actrice Fille casting Short film
2009 King Guillaume King Guillaume Short film
2009 Paradis Criminel: Who Killed Little Red Riding Hood Louisa France 2, mini-series
2011 La Morte Amoureuse Marguerite des Ravalets Short film
2011 JC comme Jésus Christ Jemima International title: Play It Like Godard
2012 Lines of Wellington Maureen
2012 Et ton père…! Fleur
2013 The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Isabelle Lightwood
2014 United Passions Annette Rimet
2015 Kidnapping Freddy Heineken Sonja Holleeder

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 15/Love Cassidy Payne YTV, series regular (season 3)
2007 R.I.S. Police scientifique Chloé Muller TF1, episode: “Dépendances”
2008 Grand Star Solveg Space, 3 episodes
2008 Ben et Thomas Liselott Karlsson France 4, Series regular
2009 Éternelle Carla M6, mini-series, 1 episode
2009 Joséphine, ange gardien Pauline TF1, episode : “Joséphine fait de la résistance”
2009 Camping Paradis Shirley TF1, 1 episode
2010 Demain je me marie Emilie TV movie
2010–13 Maison Close Rosalie “Rose” Tranier Canal+, Series regular
2012 The Borgias Vittoria Showtime, 4 episodes
2012 As Linhas de Torres Vedras Maureen France 3, mini-series based on “Lines of Wellington” film
2015 – 2016 Indian Summers Alice Whelan Main role
2016 Endeavour Kay Belborough TV Series, one episode, “Ride”
Actress (27 credits)
  The Unfamiliar (post-production)
Elizabeth (Izzy) Cormack
 2018 Le juge est une femme (TV Series)
Albane Roux

Mise à mort (2018) … Albane Roux
 2018 Vera (TV Series)
Laura Halcombe

Darkwater (2018) … Laura Halcombe
 2015-2016 Indian Summers (TV Series)
Alice Whelan / Alice / Alice Havistock

Leaving Home (2016) … Alice
Winner Takes All (2016) … Alice
The Birthday Party (2016) … Alice
The Proposal (2016) … Alice
A Gift for the King (2016) … Alice Havistock
 2016 Endeavour (TV Series)
Kay Belborough

Ride (2016) … Kay Belborough
 2015 Kidnapping Mr. Heineken
Sonja Holleeder
 2014 United Passions
Annette Rimet
 2014 Des éclats de verre (Short)
Sandra
 2010-2013 Maison close (TV Series)
Rose

Episode #2.8 (2013) … Rose
Episode #2.7 (2013) … Rose
Episode #2.6 (2013) … Rose
Episode #2.5 (2013) … Rose
Episode #2.4 (2013) … Rose
 2012 As Linhas de Torres Vedras (TV Mini-Series)
Maureen

Torres Vedras (2012) … Maureen
Terra Queimada (2012) … Maureen
Depois da Batalha (2012) … Maureen
 2012 Lines of Wellington
Maureen
 2012 The Borgias (TV Series)
Vittoria

Stray Dogs (2012) … Vittoria
The Beautiful Deception (2012) … Vittoria
Paolo (2012) … Vittoria
The Borgia Bull (2012) … Vittoria
 2011 Play It Like Godard
Jemima
 2011 La morte amoureuse (Short)
Marguerite des Ravalets
 2010 Demain, je me marie (TV Movie)
Emilie
 2009 Camping paradis (TV Series)
Shirley

3 étoiles au camping (2009) … Shirley
 2009 Who Killed Little Red Riding Hood (TV Movie)
Louisa
 2009 Joséphine, ange gardien (TV Series)
Pauline

Joséphine fait de la résistance (2009) … Pauline
 2009 Éternelle (TV Series)
Carla

Episode #1.4 (2009) … Carla
 2009 King Guillaume
Elève anglaise
 2008 Ben and Thomas (TV Series)
Liselott Karlsson

Rap Group (2008) … Liselott Karlsson
L’expo (2008) … Liselott Karlsson
Restau-Basket (2008) … Liselott Karlsson
Le choix de Liselott (2008) … Liselott Karlsson
Lemercier, le meurtrier (2008) … Liselott Karlsson
 2008 Grand Star (TV Series)
Solveg

Chapter XXVI (2008) … Solveg
Chapter XVII (2008) … Solveg
Chapter XVI (2008) … Solveg
 2007 R.I.S. Police scientifique (TV Series)
Chloé Muller

Dépendances (2007) … Chloé Muller
 2006 15/Love (TV Series)
Cassidy Payne

Charity of Fire (2006) … Cassidy Payne
Man Without an Ace (2006) … Cassidy Payne
Lucas in the Sky (2006) … Cassidy Payne
With Friends Like These (2006) … Cassidy Payne
War Is an Ugly Thing (2006) … Cassidy Payne
 2004 I’m an actrice (Short)
Fille casting

DIANA DIMITROVA

Diana Dimitrova is an actress, known for Barbarians Rising (2016), Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy (2018) and Nicole & O.J. (2019).
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Actress (9 credits)
 2019 Nicole & O.J. (filming)
Sonia
 2017-2018 Stolen Life (TV Series)
Zornitsa Ognyanova

Episode #6.53 (2018) … Zornitsa Ognyanova
Episode #6.52 (2018) … Zornitsa Ognyanova
Episode #6.51 (2018) … Zornitsa Ognyanova
Episode #6.50 (2018) … Zornitsa Ognyanova
Episode #6.49 (2018) … Zornitsa Ognyanova
 2018 Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy (Video)
Skank
 2018 Plebs (TV Series)
Hot Girl

The Satirist (2018) … Hot Girl (uncredited)
 2017 A Picture with Yuki
The doctor
 2017/I Bubblegum
Natalya
 2017 8 Days That Made Rome (TV Series)
Patria

Caesar Crosses the Rubicon (2017) … Patria
 2016 Barbarians Rising (TV Series documentary)
Aquilina

Rebellion (2016) … Aquilina
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 2016 Barbarians Rising (TV Series documentary)
Aquilina

CASSIE CLARE

Cassie Clare was born in London, she started dancing and singing at very young age. As a youth, she joined the National Youth Theatre, and performed at the Soho Theatre with the NYT play; 20 Cigarettes. To date she has starred in West End Musicals, Plays and Feature films, she has also worked as a Model for fashion campaigns. Cassie is about to …
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Actress (10 credits)
 2019 Aladdin (post-production)
Peacock
 2018 Delicious (TV Series)
Rhiannon

Episode #3.1 (2018) … Rhiannon
 2018 The Bisexual (TV Series)
Hye Me

Episode #1.6 (2018) … Hye Me
Episode #1.4 (2018) … Hye Me
Episode #1.2 (2018) … Hye Me
Episode #1.1 (2018) … Hye Me
 2018 Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy (Video)
Bexie
 2018 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Ensemble Performer
 2018 Endeavour (TV Series)
Paula Ellis

Muse (2018) … Paula Ellis
 2017 Maigret in Montmartre (TV Movie)
Tania
 2017 Beauty and the Beast
Debutante
 2016 The Coroner (TV Series)
Young Helen

The Foxby Affair (2016) … Young Helen