Rachel Sciacca is an actress, known for Man (2017), Last Will and Testicle (2016) and Peeps in Cars (2010).
Image result for rachel sciacca

Actress (9 credits)
 2017 Man
 2016 Last Will and Testicle (TV Series)

Surgery (2016) … Tess
Depression (2016) … Tess
 2015/IV Recovery (Short)
 2013 Vignettes (TV Series)

Hazy Daze … Rachel
 2012 Karma’s a B*tch (TV Series)
Woman #2 at Restaurant

Meet Karma (2012) … Woman #2 at Restaurant
 2010 Peeps in Cars (Short)
 2010/II Karma’s a Bitch (Short)
Woman #2 at Restaurant
 2007 Tenure (Short)
Police Officer
 2006 Tracing the Edges (Short)


Lainy Boyle is an actress, known for Young, High and Dead (2013), Vengeance 2 (2019) and EastEnders (1985).
Image result for LAINY BOYLE

Image result for LAINY BOYLE

Related image

Image result for LAINY BOYLE
Actress (7 credits)
 2019 Vengeance 2 (filming)
 2018 Trollied (TV Series)

The Wedding (2018) … Bride
 2018 England’s Forgotten Queen: The Life and Death of Lady Jane Grey (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Mary Tudor

Episode #1.3 (2018) … Mary Tudor
Episode #1.2 (2018) … Mary Tudor
Episode #1.1 (2018) … Mary Tudor
 2017 EastEnders (TV Series)
Surgery Nurse

Episode dated 29 December 2017 (2017) … Surgery Nurse
 2017 Abba: When all is said and done (TV Movie documentary)
Anni-Frid Lyngstad (younger)
 2013 Young, High and Dead
Hardware Assistant (as Lainy Scott)
 2013 NCDV ‘House Hunt’ (Video short)


Ingrid Michaelson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ingrid Michaelson
Ingrid Michaelson Live.jpg

Image result for INGRID MICHAELSON

Image result for INGRID MICHAELSON

Image result for INGRID MICHAELSON

Image result for INGRID MICHAELSON

Image result for INGRID MICHAELSON

Image result for INGRID MICHAELSON

Michaelson in 2012
Background information
Birth name Ingrid Ellen Michaelson[1]
Born 1979 (age 39–40)[2]
New York City, U.S.[2]
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active 2005–present
Associated acts
Website www.ingridmichaelson.com

Ingrid Ellen Michaelson is an American singer-songwriter and actress. Her first album, Slow the Rain, was released in 2005, and she has since released six more albums, Girls and Boys, Be OK, Everybody, Human Again, Lights Out, and her most recent, It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense. Her two highest-charting singles are “The Way I Am” and “Girls Chase Boys,” at No. 37 and No. 52 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively.

Early life[edit]

Michaelson is half Swedish,[4] and was born in 1979 in New York City[2] to artistic parents. Her father, Carl Michaelson, was a manager of copyrights for the publishing company Carl Fischer Music and a composer on the side[2] (“The Praise of Christmas”). Her mother, Elizabeth Egbert, was a sculptor, of Dutch ancestry.[5] Michaelson took up piano at age four, and trained until seven at Manhattan’s Third Street Music School, continuing for many more years at the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island’s Dorothy Delson Kuhn Music Institute. While there she met vocal coach Elizabeth McCullough, who worked with her through high school.[6] She is a graduate of Staten Island Technical High School and Binghamton University, where she received a degree in theater.[6] While at Binghamton University she was a member of the Binghamtonics, a co-ed a cappella group, as well as the Pappy Parker Players, an improv comedy group, and the theatre repertory company under Sue Peters. Her time at Binghamton is mentioned in the song “The Hat.” She grew up doing[clarification needed] a musical theater group called “Kids On Stage.”

Musical career[edit]

2006–08: Girls & Boys[edit]

In 2006, Michaelson independently put out her second album, Girls and Boys. The album, like her previous music, was streamed on Myspace. A music producer from the ABC drama Grey’s Anatomy found her music online. After being contacted by the music producer, Michaelson began to be approached by several record companies. Wanting to retain all of the rights she had as an independent artist, Michaelson developed a deal with Original Signal Recordings, acting as the marketing and distribution arm for Michaelson’s label. Through Original Signal, Michaelson re-released Girls and Boys into mainstream marketing on September 18, 2007. It peaked at #63 on The Billboard charts[7] and received positive reviews from critics.[8][9] Additionally, in 2007, “The Way I Am,” a song from her album Girls and Boys, began being featured in an Old Navy commercial. The 30-second ad played on the major US networks and most prime-time shows for a few days. In less than three weeks, more than 65 appearances in prime-time had been made, including 17 season premieres.[10]

2008–10: Be Ok and Everybody[edit]

Ingrid Michaelson at Melkweg Amsterdam

In 2008, Michaelson released her third album, and first compilation album, Be OK. The album debuted at #35 on the Billboard Charts and received mixed to positive reviews. The album features the single, Be OK, which received a large amount of exposure on several shows and commercials. Michaelson joined the Hotel Cafe Tour that fall in support of the album, whose proceeds went toward cancer research.[11] In 2009, Michaelson released her fourth album, Everybody. Everybody debuted on #18 on the Billboard charts and received positive reviews. It features the single “Maybe“, which received positive reviews and was featured on several television programs. Her show in Sydney, Australia at the Metro Theater is available online at MoshCam, a website that shows pre-recorded concerts.

2010–12: Parachute and Human Again[edit]

Signage announcing Michaelson at the Wiltern 2012

In 2010, Michaelson digitally released the single “Parachute,” a song that she wrote but was used by Cheryl Cole on her album 3 Words. The song has not been featured on any albums, but is available on both iTunes and Amazon.com. In 2012, Michaelson released her fifth album, Human Again. Human Again debuted at #5 on the Billboard charts and received very positive reviews, with critics praising the album’s unique sound. Michaelson’s first tour leg for the album, The Human Again Tour, was sold out almost every night of the tour. Since the first tour, Michaelson has continued to tour on three other legs, two in North America, and one across the world. The first leg of Michaelson’s tour was held from April to May. The second leg, The Human Again Summer Tour, was held from June to August. The Third Leg, The Human Again Fall Tour, began in September. Michaelson also played three shows in Australia, where Human Again was the first formally released record of hers there.

In September 2012, she was featured in a campaign called “30 Songs / 30 Days” to support Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, a multi-platform media project inspired by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn’s book.[12]

2014–2015: Lights Out[edit]

On February 4, 2014, Michaelson released the lead single, “Girls Chase Boys“, from her album Lights Out. The song reached number 52 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Afterlife” and “Time Machine” were released as the second and third singles with moderate commercial success.

On April 25, 2014, Lights Out was released. The deluxe edition, which was released in November later that year, contains an additional 6 bonus tracks.

2016–present: It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense and Alter Egos[edit]

On April 29, 2016, Michaelson released the song “Hell No”.[13] It serves as the lead single from her seventh studio album, It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense, which was released on August 26, 2016, through Cabin 24 Records.[14] In support of the album, Michaelson embarked on the “Hell No Tour” beginning October 6, 2016, in Cincinnati, OH.[15]

On 12 May 2017, a 5 track EP titled Alter Egos was released. It consists of re-worked songs from It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense with guest vocalists on each track.


In 2006, Michaelson teamed up with William Fitzsimmons on his album Goodnight, which was released that same year.

Michaelson and her friend Sara Bareilles co-wrote “Winter Song” which was featured on The Hotel Café Presents Winter Songs, a compilation of both original recordings as well as classic holiday tracks sung by a lineup of female singer-songwriters. Michaelson also worked with Bareilles, performing “Winter Song” for President Obama and his family as well as many spectators at the National Christmas Tree Lighting in December 2010. In 2011, “Winter Song” reached number 2 on the Irish Singles Chart.[16]

Michaelson provided back-up vocals on two songs from PlayRadioPlay!‘s album Texas, including “I’m a Pirate, You’re a Princess” and the title track, “Texas.”

She provided back-up vocals on Greg Laswell‘s album, Take A Bow, which was released on May 4, 2010. Collaboration was done on the songs “Take Everything,” “My Fight (For You),” and “Come Clean.”[17][18]

Michaelson’s band mate, Allie Moss released a 2009 EP entitled Passerby. A single from the EP, “Corner,” was picked up in the United Kingdom by British Telecommunications for their BT Infinity television commercials. Other past and present band members include Chris Kuffner (bass), Bess Rogers (guitar), Saul Simon MacWilliams (keys), Billy Libby (guitar), Sarab Singh (drums) and Elliot Jacobson (drums).

In 2010, Michaelson co-wrote a song entitled “Parachute” with Marshall Altman which was covered by British singer Cheryl Cole on her debut solo album 3 Words; it peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart in the United Kingdom. She initially felt the track was “so poppy” that she could not release it herself. However, after the song was reworked by “Everybody” producer Dan Romer to make a more “interesting, funky production,” Michaelson released the song as a personal single.[19] There are two different music videos for the song.

Of the release of “Parachute” and upcoming material, Michaelson explained in a 2010 interview with Billboard.com, “I just felt like I wanted to put something out. I’m not ready to put a full album out, so we thought we’d put this out and see how people take it or don’t take it.” She said that she expects to release her next album, “probably in the middle of next year.”[20]

In 2012, Michaelson and Laswell co-wrote and sang the duet “Landline,” which appeared on his album of the same name.

Her 2014 album, Lights Out, was very much a collaborative effort. “On all my previous records, I’d written all the songs myself. It was one producer and me locked in a room for months,” she said. “Not that that was bad, but I think that everything has a season. I never wanted to kind of give up control. I think I’m letting go of a lot of things – embracing the idea of allowing people to help me in all facets of my life. I think that I was a bit of a control freak, and I’m just more open to letting people be part of things that they weren’t part of before. It’s really liberating. I had the best time ever on the last record. It was just really wonderful to be able to share the success with other people.” [21] She has also appeared on The Nerdist Podcast with Chris Hardwick.


Michaelson played the role of Sonya Rostova temporarily in the Broadway musical, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 from July 3 to August 13, 2017, while actress Brittain Ashford was on leave.[22]


Michaelson made her film debut in the comedy film Humor Me, which was released January 12, 2018.[23]

Personal life[edit]

Michaelson married fellow musician Greg Laswell in 2011.[24]. They divorced in 2015.[25]

Michaelson identifies as a feminist.[26]

In late 2015, Michaelson announced her relationship with film and stage actor Will Chase.[27]



Image result for OLIVIA JORDAN

Image result for OLIVIA JORDAN

Image result for OLIVIA JORDAN

Related image

Image result for OLIVIA JORDAN

Olivia Jordan

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Olivia Jordan
Olivia Jordan Thomas

(1988-09-28) September 28, 1988 (age 30)

Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Alma mater Boston University
  • Actress
  • model
  • television presenter
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Title Miss Beverly Hills USA 2013
Miss World America 2013
Miss Oklahoma USA 2015
Miss USA 2015
Jay Hector (m. 2018)
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Blue
Miss California USA 2013
(1st Runner-Up)
Miss World 2013
(Top 20)
Miss Oklahoma USA 2015
Miss USA 2015
Miss Universe 2015
(2nd Runner-Up)

Olivia Jordan Thomas (born September 28, 1988) is an American actress, model, television presenter, and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss USA 2015. She represented the United States at the Miss Universe 2015 where she placed as second runner-up. Jordan also represented the United States at Miss World 2013 where she finished in the top 20. She is the first woman from Oklahoma to be crowned Miss USA.

Life and career[edit]

Early life and education[edit]

Jordan was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Bob and Jill Thomas. She is a fourth generation Tulsan, and attended Bishop Kelley High School.[1] After graduating, Jordan moved to Boston, Massachusetts to attend Boston University. While a college student, Jordan became SAG-eligible through featured extra work in the movies Ted and Here Comes the Boom. While becoming a SAG member, Jordan learned that someone had already used the name “Olivia Thomas”, and began using Jordan as her professional surname.[1] She graduated in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in health sciences, and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in modeling and acting.[2]


Jordan represented Beverly Hills in the Miss California USA 2013 on January 13, 2013, where she finished as 1st runner-up to Miss California USA 2013, Mabelynn Capeluj. Later that year, Jordan was appointed as Miss World America 2013 and competed at Miss World 2013 pageant, where she finished in the top 20[3] and was also 1st runner-up for Top Model.[4]

On December 21, 2014, Jordan won the title of Miss Oklahoma USA 2015 and later won the title of Miss USA 2015 on July 12, 2015, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.[5] Her question as a Miss USA finalist asked who she would choose as an American woman to put on the next new bill design. She named Harriet Tubman.[6] On April 20, 2016, the U.S. Treasury officially announced that it had chosen Tubman to be featured on the new $20 bill.[7] During her reign, Donald Trump sold his stake in the Miss Universe Organization ending his affiliation with the beauty pageant. Jordan represented the United States in the Miss Universe 2015 pageant held on December 20, 2015, where she was named the second runner-up.[8] Jordan wore a custom Berta Bridal dress to the evening gown portion of the competition, and was chosen among the top ten dressed in the competition.[9]

Jordan was the third person from the United States to compete at two major international beauty pageants after Brucene Smith, who competed in Miss World 1971 and won Miss International 1974, and Andrea Neu, who previously competed at Miss International 2013 and Miss Earth 2014. However, she had the distinction of being the first woman to represent the United States at two of the largest and oldest international pageants in the world: Miss World and Miss Universe, which was interesting, both won by the Philippines.

Personal life[edit]

In August 2018, Jordan became engaged to actor Jay Hector.[10]


Film performances
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Four Questions Josephine Cohen Short film
2012 Ted Party Guest Uncredited
2012 Here Comes the Boom Ring Girl Uncredited
2013 Jobs Girl in Bedroom Estate Credited as Olivia Johnson
2014 Sophie Attractive Park Bench Woman Short film
2014 Thinspiration Thin Chic Woman
2014 10.0 Earthquake Felicia
2015 Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Bridesmaid
2018 Destined to Ride Coach Matthews
Television performances
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Murder in the First Jessica 2 episodes
2016 Miss Teen USA 2016 Herself (host)
2017 Small Shots Supermodel 1 1 episode
2017 This is LA Herself (host) 6 episodes
2018 This is SF Herself (host) 1 episode
2018 Hawaii Five-0 Girlfriend – 1980 1 episode


Lysette Anthony was born on September 26, 1963 in Fulham, London, England as Lysette Anne Chodzko. She is an actress and producer, known for Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995), Krull (1983) and Dark Shadows (1991). She was previously married to David Price and Luc Leestemaker.
Image result for LYSETTE ANTHONY

Image result for LYSETTE ANTHONY

Image result for LYSETTE ANTHONY

Image result for LYSETTE ANTHONY

Actress (90 credits)
 2018 We Still Die the Old Way
Lizzie Davis
 2008-2018 Hollyoaks (TV Series)
Marnie Nightingale / Yvonne Summers

Episode #1.5054 (2018) … Marnie Nightingale
Episode #1.5053 (2018) … Marnie Nightingale
Episode #1.5052 (2018) … Marnie Nightingale
Episode #1.5044 (2018) … Marnie Nightingale
Episode #1.5043 (2018) … Marnie Nightingale
 2017 We Still Steal the Old Way
Lizzie Davis
 2016 Mob Handed
The Solicitor
 2007-2015 Doctors (TV Series)
Anna Ashton / Patricia Montana / Marcelle D’Arby / …

Happy Ever After (2015) … Anna Ashton
Nice Packet (2012) … Patricia Montana
Occupational Hazards (2010) … Marcelle D’Arby
Good Naked, Bad Naked (2007) … Joanne Oaksey
 2014 We Still Kill the Old Way
Lizzie Davis
 2013 Hello Sunshine (Short)
 2013 Holby City (TV Series)
Shelley Pinches

Ask Me No Questions (2013) … Shelley Pinches
 2012 The Telemachy
 2012 Strippers vs Werewolves
Basildon Cinemagoer
 2010 Study After Cruel Intentions (Short)
 2010 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Lydia Radcliffe

Episode #1.7402 (2010) … Lydia Radcliffe
 2007-2009 Casualty (TV Series)
Amanda / Rachel Houston

Great Expectations (2009) … Amanda
The Personal Touch (2007) … Rachel Houston
 2008 A Meeting at Last (Short)
 2003-2004 The Bill (TV Series)
Rachel Heath

235: A Solemn Song (2004) … Rachel Heath
234: On the Wrong Side of the Fence (2004) … Rachel Heath
233: Bite the Bullet – Part 2 (2004) … Rachel Heath
232: Bite the Bullet – Part 1 (2004) … Rachel Heath
196: Don’t Bring Me Down (2004) … Rachel Heath
 2004 Poirot (TV Series)
Veronica Cray

The Hollow (2004) … Veronica Cray
 2004 Murder in Suburbia (TV Series)
Beth Whitmore

Millionaire’s Row (2004) … Beth Whitmore
 2001-2003 Night & Day (TV Series)
Roxanne Doyle-Wells

Final Hours, Final Revelations (2003) … Roxanne Doyle-Wells
The Secret’s Out (2003) … Roxanne Doyle-Wells
The Monster’s Haunting (2003) … Roxanne Doyle-Wells
An Open Marriage (2003) … Roxanne Doyle-Wells
Steph’s Fire (2003) … Roxanne Doyle-Wells
 2002 Depeche Mode: The Videos 86>98+ (Video)
Woman – (‘I Feel You’ video)
 2002 The Paper Round (TV Short)
 2002 Farewell to Harry
Louie Sinclair
 2001 Dark Realm (TV Series)

Black Out: Part 2 (2001) … Lisa
Black Out: Part 1 (2001) … Lisa
 2001 Beneath Loch Ness
 2001 Hotel! (TV Movie)
Amanda Brown
 1999 Depeche Mode: The Videos 86>98 (Video)
Woman (segment “I Feel You”)
 1999 Jonathan Creek (TV Series)
Mimi Tranter

Ghost’s Forge (1999) … Mimi Tranter
 1999 Highlander: The Raven (TV Series)
Debra Dow

The Rogue (1999) … Debra Dow
 1998 Dead Man’s Gun (TV Series)
Clarise Mimser

The Mimsers (1998) … Clarise Mimser
 1998 Tale of the Mummy
Dr. Claire Mulrooney
 1998 NightMan (TV Series)
Countess Erica Bolen

Constant Craving (1998) … Countess Erica Bolen
 1997 Misbegotten
Caitlan Bourke
 1997 Man of Her Dreams
Faith Moore
 1997 Robinson Crusoe
Mrs. Crusoe
 1996 Trilogy of Terror II (TV Movie)
Laura, Bobby’s Mom / Dr. Simpson
 1995 Dead Cold (Video)
 1995 Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde
Sarah Carver
 1995 Affair play
Lisa Parks / Lucy
 1994 The Hard Truth
Lisa Kantrell
 1994 A Brilliant Disguise
 1994 Target of Suspicion (TV Movie)
 1994/I Save Me
 1993 Tales from the Crypt (TV Series)

Forever Ambergris (1993) … Bobbi
 1993 The Advocate
Filette d’Auferre
 1993 Moon Over Miami (TV Series)
Polly Dodge

Pilot (1993) … Polly Dodge
 1993 Face the Music
Julie Sanson
 1993 Dudley (TV Series)

 1993 Depeche Mode: I Feel You (Video short)
The Woman
 1993 Look Who’s Talking Now
 1992 Cluedo (TV Series)
Miss Scarlett

Deadly Dowry (1992) … Miss Scarlett
And Then There Were Nuns (1992) … Miss Scarlett
Murder in Merrie England (1992) … Miss Scarlett
Blackmail and the Fourth Estate (1992) … Miss Scarlett
Scared to Death (1992) … Miss Scarlett
 1992 The Pleasure Principle
 1991 P.S.I. Luv U (TV Series)

 1991 Switch
 1991 Dark Shadows (TV Series)
Angelíque / Angelique

Episode #1.12 (1991) … Angelíque
Episode #1.11 (1991) … Angelíque
Episode #1.10 (1991) … Angelique
Episode #1.9 (1991) … Angelíque
Episode #1.8 (1991) … Angelíque
 1990 A Ghost in Monte Carlo (TV Movie)
 1990 Mystery!: Campion (TV Series)
Amanda Fitton

Sweet Danger: Part 2 (1990) … Amanda Fitton
Sweet Danger: Part 1 (1990) … Amanda Fitton
 1985-1989 Three Up Two Down (TV Series)
Angie / Angie Tyler

Cheltenham (1989) … Angie
The Driving Test (1989) … Angie
Golf (1989) … Angie
Omelettes and Optimism (1989) … Angie
On the Radio (1989) … Angie
 1989 The Lady and the Highwayman (TV Movie)
Lady Panthea Vyne
 1988 Without a Clue
Leslie Giles
 1988 Jack the Ripper (TV Series)
Mary Jane Kelly

Episode #1.2 (1988) … Mary Jane Kelly
Episode #1.1 (1988) … Mary Jane Kelly
 1987 Home to Roost (TV Series)

The Real Thing (1987) … Lucy
 1987 The Bretts (TV Series)
Daphne Villiers

Vagabonds and Thieves (1987) … Daphne Villiers
 1987 Zoeken naar Eileen
Marian Faber / Eileen W.
 1987 The Emperor’s New Clothes
Princess Gilda
 1986 L’étincelle
 1986 Lovejoy (TV Series)

The March of Time (1986) … Sophy
 1985 A Drop in the Ocean (Short)
 1985 Oliver Twist (TV Mini-Series)
Rose Maylie / Agnes Fleming

Episode #1.12 (1985) … Rose Maylie
Episode #1.11 (1985) … Rose Maylie
Episode #1.10 (1985) … Rose Maylie
Episode #1.9 (1985) … Rose Maylie
Episode #1.8 (1985) … Rose Maylie
 1985 Summer Season (TV Series)
Irina Nikolayevna

The House on Kirov Street (1985) … Irina Nikolayevna
 1984 Bryan Adams: Reckless (Video)
 1984 Night Train to Murder (TV Movie)
Kathy Chalmers
 1984 Bryan Adams: Heaven, Version 1 (Video short)
 1984 Bryan Adams: Somebody (Video short)
 1984 Bryan Adams: Summer of ’69 (Video short)
 1984 Bryan Adams: Run to You (Video short)
 1984 The Gentle Touch (TV Series)

Appearances Can Be Deceptive (1984) … Karen
 1984 Crown Court (TV Series)
Susan Coombes

Mother Figures: Part 1 (1984) … Susan Coombes
 1984 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (TV Series)

When the Boat Goes Out (1984) … Christa
Love and Other Four-Letter Words (1984) … Christa
 1983 Princess Daisy (TV Movie)
Lady Sarah
 1983 Krull
 1983 Jemima Shore Investigates (TV Series)
Meriel Harper

A Chamber of Horrors (1983) … Meriel Harper
 1983 Dombey & Son (TV Mini-Series)
Florence Dombey

Episode #1.10 (1983) … Florence Dombey
Episode #1.9 (1983) … Florence Dombey
Episode #1.8 (1983) … Florence Dombey
Episode #1.7 (1983) … Florence Dombey
Episode #1.6 (1983) … Florence Dombey
 1982 Beauty and the Beast (TV Movie)
 1982 Frost in May (TV Mini-Series)
Older Monica

Frost in May (1982) … Older Monica
 1982/I Oliver Twist (TV Movie)
Oliver’s Mother
 1982 Ivanhoe (TV Movie)
Lady Rowena
 1964 Crossroads (TV Series)
Roxanne Doyle-Wells


Sophie Mazzaro is an actress and writer, known for Vampie (2014), Defeated (2018) and 2307: Winter’s Dream (2016).
Sophie Mazzaro Picture

Image result for SOPHIE MAZZARO

Image result for SOPHIE MAZZARO

Image result for SOPHIE MAZZARO

Image result for SOPHIE MAZZARO

Actress (11 credits)
 2018 Workout (TV Series)
 2018 Defeated
 2016 The Neon Demon
Model (uncredited)
 2016 2307: Winter’s Dream
 2015 Ted 2
Fox Booth Girl (uncredited)
 2014 Vampie
 2013 Dinner with the Dons
Marcella Licciare
 2012 Girls on a Boat
 2011 Legalize Me (Short)
 2007 Leo – Ein fast perfekter Typ (TV Series)

Amore mio (2007) … Esther
 2006 Hannas Schweigen (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2015 Sweat INC. (TV Series)

Circuit Training Workouts (2015) … Herself


Image result for emily karlsson

Related image

Related image

Image result for emily karlsson

Image result for emily karlsson

Image result for emily karlsson

Image result for emily karlsson

Image result for emily karlsson

Image result for emily karlsson



Hair: Brown      Eyes: Brown

Height: 5′ 7″     Weight: 120 lbs



Let’s Go, Lead – Dir. Oleksii Babenko

Melrose, Supporting – Dir. Soren James

Come Back, Lead – Dir. Oleksii Babenko

Head Thieves, Supporting – Dir. Mike Hermosa

La Journee Je Ai Tue Ma Mere, Lead – Dir. Lola Patitbon

The Cost of Dying, Supporting – Dir. Eric Marshall

Magnus, Supporting – Dir. Michael Gooch

Fish Bowl, Supporting – Dir. Miranda Stewart

Old Friends, Supporting – Dir. Guilherme Pereire

Death of Seth, Lead – Dir. Lara Horton

Atonement, Lead – Dir. Aleksandra Zgorska

Sans Toi, Lead – Dir. Francesca Dabdoub

Manitou House, Lead -Dir. Nathan Evens

Twinkie, Supporting – Dir. Nathan Evens


Twin Turbo, Guest Star -Dir. Justin Giddings, Ryan Welsh

Wing Woman, Guest Star – Dir. Michaela Myers

Skit Bags, Co-Star – Dir. Micky Gooche

Free Agents, Co-Star – Dir. Tod Holland

Passions, Co-Star -Dir. Karen Wilkens


Time Stands Still — Mandy, Supporting — Emeritus Players

Richard The Third — Lady Anne, Supporting — Omni Circus

As You Like It — Rosalind, Lead — Omni Circus

All’s Well That Ends Well — Moth, Supporting — Omni Circus

The One Man Show — Man, Lead — Actors Center

Shaina Magdayao

Shaina Magdayao

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shaina Magdayao
Shaina Magdayao at the Star Magic Tour, April 2011.jpg

Magdayao at an event, 2011
Shaina García Magdayao
Nationality Filipino
Other names Shin, Ina, Shai, Maggie, Shadam
Occupation Actress, Dancer, Host, Model
Years active 1992–present
Agent Star Magic
Height 5 ft 3 in (160 cm)
Relatives Vina Morales (sister) Luis Gabriel Moreno (Nephew)

Shaina Garcia Magdayao is a Filipino actress, dancer, singer and model. She is currently under ABS-CBN Management and a member of Star Magic. Known as ABS-CBN‘s Kapamilya Gold Queen for her successful starring roles that have aired on Kapamilya Gold afternoon block.


Shaina Magdayao began her acting career when she was cast in the Philippine drama series Lyra, playing the lead character. She later joined Kaybol before starring in ABS-CBN’s afternoon drama series Marinella, playing the role of Rina. In 2000, when Magdayao was 11 years old, she released a self-titled debut album with Star Records. The carrier single was “Sayaw Sweet Lullabye”.

Magdayao also starred in Laurice Guillen’s 2003 film Tanging Yaman, where she won a Best Child Actress award from the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards.[1] She received an award for her role in Ang Tanging Ina. Other awards under Magdayao’s belt include the Best Child Performer award from the Parangal ng Bayan in 1999, and Best New TV Personality in the 1999 Star Awards.

In 2005, she was included in the cast of the Philippine primetime drama series Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin along with ABS CBN‘s brightest stars such as Claudine Barretto, Diether Ocampo, Angelika dela Cruz, Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz. She was also one of the lead casts of Erik Matti’s television series, Rounin, under Chito Rono‘s direction, via ABS-CBN in 2006.

She is part of the regular cast at ABS-CBN’s Sunday afternoon show, ASAP. She starred in Kambal sa Uma, an afternoon drama series on ABS-CBN.

Magdayao at ASAP in 2006

In 2010, she starred in her very first solo lead role in the afternoon soap opera Alyna. The show was very successful that Magdayao was given the title ABS-CBN’s ‘Kapamilya Gold’ Queen. 2012 proved to be Magdayao’s most dramatic year, career-wise.[2]

Magdayao starred in the OFW-themed series Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo with Jake Cuenca.[3] In 2013, she was added to the main cast of Juan dela Cruz.

In 2015, she was paired to Gerald Anderson on the New York Festival-nominated family television series about angels Nathaniel.[4] She headlined Cinema One’s first breakthrough series about millennials “Single/Single” as Joee.[5]

In 2016, she was Billie Pono, the female lead of Quantum Films’ “My CandiDate” with Derek Ramsay.[6] She joined Book 2 of The Story of Us as Lucia Cristobal.[7] She rehashed her role as Joee on the second season of Single/Single.[8]

Shaina stars along side with the daytime drama queen Julia Montes in Asintado, where the portray the Ramirez Siblings.



Year Title Role(s) Network
2018 Asintado Samantha Del Mundo / Katrina Ramirez ABS-CBN
2017 The Better Half Camille Villalobos
2016 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Pictures – Courageous Catie Feliz Lucas
The Story of Us Lucia Cristobal
Single/Single (season 2) Joee Cinema One
2015 Single/Single (season 1) Joee
Nathaniel Dra. Rachel Mercado-Laxamana ABS-CBN
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Email Bea
2014 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Jeep Berna
Ipaglaban Mo: Ako Ang Biktima Shirley
2013 Juan Dela Cruz Prinsesa Mirathea “Mira”
2012 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Marriage Contract Enez
Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo Sarah Trinidad
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Sumpak Joyce
2011 100 Days to Heaven teenage Madam Anna
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Tsinelas Christie
2010-2011 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Alyna Alyna Natividad
2010 Rubi Maribel Dela Fuente
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Ketchup Rox
2009-2010 May Bukas Pa Lea
2009 Jim Fernandez’s Kambal sa Uma Vira Mae Ocampo / Marie Perea
2008-2009 Komiks Presents: Dragonna Rona / Olive
2008 Your Song: Million Miles Away Lizzie Valderrama
Lobo Gabrielle “Gabby” Dizon
2007 Your Song: Just A Smile Away Joanna Catapang
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Telebisyon Onay
Your Song: Break It To Me Gently Maya
Rounin Selene
Love Spell: Shoes Ko Po, Shoes Ko ‘Day! Joanne
2006-2008 Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv Neri Larazaga
2006 Star Magic Presents: My Friend, My Love, My Destiny Yeng
Love Spell: Charm & Crystal Charm
Your Song: Cuida Pam Su
Komiks: Bampy Herself
Komiks Presents: Agua Bendita Agua Cristi / Bendita Cristi
2005 Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin Hazel Gerochi-Fontanilla
2004-2006 ASAP Fanatic Herself/Performer
2004–present ASAP Herself/Performer
2003-2005 Ang Tanging Ina Severina “Seven” Macaspac
2003-2005 Bida si Mister, Bida si Misis Shaina
2002 K2BU Violeta “Bullet” Garcia
2002-2003 Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay Guinivere “Gwenn” Martinez
2001 Ang TV 2 Herself/Co-host
Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan young Carmela Estocapio
1999-2001 Marinella Rina
1997-1999 Mula sa Puso Jennifer Matias
1996 Kaybol, Ang Bagong TV Herself
1996-1997 Lyra Lyra Monteverde GMA Network


Year Title Role Film Outfit
2016 Dukot Cathy Sandoval Ten17P and Star Cinema
My CandiDate Billie Pono Quantum Films
2013 Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay Lucy Regal Films and Star Cinema
Four Sisters and a Wedding Gabriella Angela “Gabbie” Salazar Star Cinema
On The Job Nicky Coronel Reality Entertainment and Star Cinema
2010 Ang Tang Ina Mo (Last na ‘To!) Severina “Seven” Montecillo Star Cinema
Shake, Rattle & Roll 12 Ara Federico Regal Films
Sa ‘yo Lamang Karen Star Cinema
2009 Villa Estrella Anna
2008 Ang Tang Ina N’yong Lahat Severina “Seven” Montecillo
2007 Bahay Kubo: A Pinoy Mano Po! Rose Regal Films
Katas Ng Saudi Cathy Maverick Films
Happy Hearts Kristine Regal Films
2003 Ang Tang Ina Severina “Seven” Montecillo Star Cinema
2002 Ang Agimat: Anting-anting ni Lolo Imus Productions
Mga Batang Lansangan Ngayon Sharmaine Manhattan Asia Films, Inc.
2000 Tanging Yaman Carina Star Cinema
1999 Wansapanataym Anna
Hinahanap-Hanap Kita Niña Regal Films
1998 Hiling Abigail Star Cinema
Pagdating ng Panahon Garibaldi International, Kaizz Ventures & Star Cinema
1995 Campus Girls Bunny Viva Films


Shaina is a familiar face in advertisements. She started off as a baby model for various baby products. As a child, she was a model for Garfield, a children’s clothing company. She was in a slew of television commercials for Magnolia Chocolait, Lemon Squares Products and Goldilocks.

She was also one of the youngest models ever for Ben Chan’s clothing company Bench, moving up the ranks from modelling Bench products for children, to her current HerBench endorsements. She used to be one of the faces of Bench Skin before she transferred to The Aivee Clinic in 2015.

Shaina has also endorsed/is currently endorsing Johnson & Johnson Face Powder, Lactacyd Confidence, Skechers, Cose Teen Bags and Colgate Toothpaste.

Charity Work[edit]

Shaina Magdayao works with diverse NGO’s and orphanages such as Hospicio de San Jose and St. Luke Reach Out Foundation. In 2014, using her own funds and donations from her friends in and out of the show-business, she went to remote Typhoon Yolanda-stricken towns and brought relief goods to those who were affected. On her recent trip to Italy in 2015, she stayed in a convent at San Giovanni Rotondo and served children with terminal illnesses.[9]

In 2013, Magdayao joined the PETA campaign, Free Mali. Mali is the only captive elephant in the Philippines; residing at Manila Zoo where she is alone, in a tiny enclosure and in need of adequate care. The campaign focus is to have her moved from the zoo to Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary.[10]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards and Nomination
Year Award Giving Body Category Nominated Work Results
1996 10th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best New Female TV Personality Lyra Won
2000 2000 Young Critics Circle Awards Best Performance (shared with the cast) Tanging Yaman Won
2001 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation Most Popular Child Actress Won
2008 10th Gawad PASADO Awards PinakaPASADOng Kabataan with (Sam Concepcion) N/A Won
2008 22nd PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Single Performance by an Actress Maalaala Mo Kaya: Telebisyon Nominated
2011 59th FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actress Sa ‘yo Lamang Nominated
2013 39th Metro Manila Film Festival Pagpag: Siyam na Buhay Nominated
2014 16th Gawad PASADO Awards PinakaPASASOng Katuwang na Aktres (shared with (Angel Locsin, Bea Alonzo and Toni Gonzaga) Four Sisters and a Wedding Won
2015 29th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actress Nathaniel Nominated
2017 35th Luna Awards Best Supporting Actress Dukot Nominated


Katherine Cannon was born on September 6, 1953 in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. She is an actress, known for The Hidden (1987), Magnum, P.I. (1980) and JAG (1995). She has been married to Dean Butler since 2002. She was previously married to Richard Chambers.
Katherine Cannon Picture

Image result for KATHERINE CANNON

Image result for KATHERINE CANNON

Image result for KATHERINE CANNON
Actress (71 credits)
 2012 Fowl Play (TV Mini-Series)
Literature Student
 2004 She Spies (TV Series)
Galina West

Wedding of the Century (2004) … Galina West
 2003 Down the Barrel (Video)
 2002 Shattered Lies
Betty Holt
 1992-2000 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
Felice Martin

Ode to Joy (2000) … Felice Martin
Love Is Blind (2000) … Felice Martin
Spring Fever (2000) … Felice Martin
Doc Martin (2000) … Felice Martin
Nine Yolks Whipped Lightly (1999) … Felice Martin
 1998 Seven Days (TV Series)

Pilot: Part 2 (1998) … Grandma
Pilot: Part 1 (1998) … Grandma
 1998 JAG (TV Series)
Evelyn Clancy

With Intent to Die (1998) … Evelyn Clancy
 1997 Mike Hammer, Private Eye (TV Series)
Mrs. Phillips

Beat Street (1997) … Mrs. Phillips (uncredited)
 1997 High Tide (TV Series)

Two Barretts and a Baby (1997) … Vivianne
 1986-1995 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Lorna Buffum / Marion Taylor / Marian Randall / …

The Dream Team (1995) … Lorna Buffum
The Trouble with Seth (1994) … Marion Taylor
The Error of Her Ways (1989) … Marian Randall (as Kathy Cannon)
Deadline for Murder (1986) … Eleanor Revere
 1989-1992 Empty Nest (TV Series)
Laura / Dr. Kenney

Timing Is Everything (1992) … Laura
Blame It on the Moon (1989) … Dr. Kenney
 1992 Blossom (TV Series)

Kids (1992) … Doris
 1992 Doogie Howser, M.D. (TV Series)
Dr. Julie Ross

That’s What Friends Are For (1992) … Dr. Julie Ross
 1991 In the Heat of the Night (TV Series)
Faye Darnelle

An Eye for an Eye (1991) … Faye Darnelle
 1986-1991 Matlock (TV Series)
Susan O’Malley / Patricia Downey / Dr. Sarah Perlman / …

The Strangler (1991) … Patricia Downey
The Informer: Part 2 (1990) … Susan O’Malley
The Informer: Part 1 (1990) … Susan O’Malley
The Best Friend (1987) … Dr. Sarah Perlman
Diary of a Perfect Murder (1986) … Linda Coolidge
 1991 Dallas (TV Series)
Beth Krebbs

Conundrum (1991) … Beth Krebbs
 1991 Jake and the Fatman (TV Series)
Vicki Blane

You Don’t Know Me (1991) … Vicki Blane
 1990 Matters of the Heart (TV Movie)
Hope Harper
 1990 Columbo (TV Series)
June Clark

Columbo Goes to College (1990) … June Clark
 1986-1990 Hunter (TV Series)
Karen Brandt / Gail Morton

A Snitch’ll Break Your Heart (1990) … Karen Brandt
The Contract (1986) … Gail Morton
 1990 Hardball (TV Series)
Monica Whitmore

A Killer Date (1990) … Monica Whitmore
 1989 Hard Time on Planet Earth (TV Series)
Mrs. Hogan

Wally’s Gang (1989) … Mrs. Hogan
 1988 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Priscilla / Priscilla Gorshalk

The Wedding (1988) … Priscilla
Where’s Solomon When You Need Him? (1988) … Priscilla
Pilot (1988) … Priscilla Gorshalk
 1988 Dolly (TV Series)

Episode #1.11 (1988)
 1987 The Hidden
Barbara Beck
 1985 Airwolf (TV Series)
Megan Ravenson

Fortune Teller (1985) … Megan Ravenson
 1985 Riptide (TV Series)
Sally Jennings

The Twisted Cross (1985) … Sally Jennings
 1984 The Red Fury
 1984 Matt Houston (TV Series)
DiDi Adams

Deadly Games (1984) … DiDi Adams
 1984 The New Mike Hammer (TV Series)
Linda Shelton

Dead Card Down (1984) … Linda Shelton
 1984 The Red-Light Sting (TV Movie)
Diane Marks
 1984 Hotel (TV Series)
Dana Peterson

Memories (1984) … Dana Peterson
 1983 The Horse Dealer’s Daughter (Short)
 1981-1983 Father Murphy (TV Series)
Mae Woodward

The Matchmakers (1983) … Mae Woodward
The Rockets’ Red Glare (1983) … Mae Woodward
Sweet Sixteen (1982) … Mae Woodward
Blood Right (1982) … Mae Woodward
The Witness (1982) … Mae Woodward
 1980-1983 Magnum, P.I. (TV Series)
Marsha Mackenzie / Linda Booton

I Do? (1983) … Marsha Mackenzie
 1982 Will: The Autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy (TV Movie)
Fran Liddy
 1981 Gabe and Walker (TV Movie)
 1978-1981 CHiPs (TV Series)
Robbie Davis / Mary Kate

Moonlight (1981) … Robbie Davis
Bio-Rhythms (1979) … Robbie Davis
The Volunteers (1978) … Robbie Davis
Hitch-Hiking Hitch (1978) … Mary Kate
 1980 The Contender (TV Mini-Series)
Jill Sindon

Mission at Moscow (1980) … Jill Sindon
Close Call (1980) … Jill Sindon
Fire and Ice (1980) … Jill Sindon
Breakthrough (1980) … Jill Sindon
Pilot (1980) … Jill Sindon
 1980 B.A.D. Cats (TV Series)

 1980 High Ice (TV Movie)
 1979 The Incredible Hulk (TV Series)
Jackie Swan

Metamorphosis (1979) … Jackie Swan
 1979 The Runaways (TV Series)

Throwaway Child (1979) … Patricia
 1979 B.J. and the Bear (TV Series)

The Murphy Contingent (1979) … Joanne
 1978 Sword of Justice (TV Series)

Judgement Day (1978) … Alicia
 1970-1978 Hawaii Five-O (TV Series)
Melissa Cole / Joan Wallis

A Long Time Ago (1978) … Melissa Cole
Time and Memories (1970) … Joan Wallis (as Kathy Cannon)
 1978 Battlestar Galactica (TV Series)

The Lost Warrior (1978) … Vella (as Kathy Cannon)
 1977-1978 Black Sheep Squadron (TV Series)
Nurse Dottie Dixon / Capt. Dottie Dixon / Lt. Cmdr. Dottie Dixon / …

Fighting Angels (1978) … Capt. Dottie Dixon
Forbidden Fruit (1978) … Capt. Dottie Dixon
Ten’ll Get You Five (1978) … Nurse Dottie Dixon
Operation Stand-Down (1978) … Nurse Dottie Dixon
Wolves in the Sheep Pen (1978) … Nurse Dottie Dixon
 1977 Lucan (TV Series)

The Search (1977) … Penny
 1975-1977 Barnaby Jones (TV Series)
Lucy Todd / Karen Bateman / Michelle Simon

The Mercenaries (1977) … Lucy Todd
The Killer on Campus (1977) … Karen Bateman
Dangerous Summer (1975) … Michelle Simon
 1977 Future Cop (TV Series)

Girl on the Ledge (1977) … Helen
 1977 Most Wanted (TV Series)
Eileen Carson

The White Collar Killer (1977) … Eileen Carson
 1973-1975 Ironside (TV Series)
Isabel Fredericks / Vicki Dunhill

The Return of Eleanor Rogers (1975) … Isabel Fredericks
Love Me in December (1973) … Vicki Dunhill (as Kathy Cannon)
 1974 Real Pleasure
Ericca (as Kathy Cannon)
 1974 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series)
Mary-Beth Hall

Flags of Terror (1974) … Mary-Beth Hall
 1974 Cannon (TV Series)
Cheryl Blythe

The Deadly Trail (1974) … Cheryl Blythe
 1974 Can Ellen Be Saved? (TV Movie)
Ellen Lindsey
 1973 Gunsmoke (TV Series)

Susan Was Evil (1973) … Susan (as Kathy Cannon)
 1973 Emergency! (TV Series)
Mrs. Barton

Audit (1973) … Mrs. Barton (as Kathy Cannon)
 1972 Assignment: Vienna (TV Series)

Hot Potato (1972) … Cindy (as Kathy Cannon)
 1972 Women in Chains (TV Movie)
Alice (as Kathy Cannon)
 1971 Cade’s County (TV Series)
Christy Griswold

The Alien Land (1971) … Christy Griswold (as Kathy Cannon)
 1971 Bearcats! (TV Series)
Amy Latimer

Bitter Flats (1971) … Amy Latimer (as Kathy Cannon)
 1971 Monty Nash (TV Series)
Gail Reynolds

The Ambassador’s Daughter (1971) … Gail Reynolds (as Kathy Cannon)
 1971 Private Duty Nurses
Spring (as Kathy Cannon)
 1971 Fools’ Parade
Chanty (as Kathy Cannon)
 1971 The Young Lawyers (TV Series)
Penny Graham

And the Walls Came Tumbling Down (1971) … Penny Graham (as Kathy Cannon)
 1970 Matt Lincoln (TV Series)

Lori (1970) … (as Kathy Cannon)
 1970 Medical Center (TV Series)

The V.D. Story (1970) … Nancy (as Kathy Cannon)
 1969 The Survivors (TV Series)
Shelia Riley

Chapter Five (1969) … Shelia Riley (as Kathy Cannon)
Chapter Two (1969) … Shelia Riley (as Kathy Cannon)