UP TO DATE WITH LAUREN HOLLY

Born in Bristol, Pennsylvania, the daughter of two college professors, Lauren grew up in the upstate New York town of Geneva. Her childhood was split between experiences that contrasted. She was privy to the shelter of growing up in a rural town and also exposed due to the erudite sophistication of her parents’ academic careers. Lauren spent time …
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Actress (98 credits)
  The Juggler (announced)
Ida (rumored)
  The Cuban (post-production)
Nurse Baker
 2018 Christmas Catch (TV Movie)
Captain Bennett
 2018 Good Witch (TV Series)
Melanie Anderson

How to Make a Middleton Quilt (2018) … Melanie Anderson
 2018 Ultra Low
Lauren
 2018 My Perfect Romance (TV Movie)
Adele
 2018 Upstairs Amy (TV Series)
Mary

The Buffer Zone (2018) … Mary
 2017 Lucifer (TV Series)
Roxie Pagliani

Vegas With Some Radish (2017) … Roxie Pagliani
 2017 Dead Shack
Neighbor
 2013-2016 Motive (TV Series)
Dr. Betty Rogers

We’ll Always Have Homicide (2016) … Dr. Betty Rogers
Chronology of Pain (2016) … Dr. Betty Rogers
Natural Selection (2016) … Dr. Betty Rogers
In Plain Sight (2016) … Dr. Betty Rogers
Remains to Be Seen (2016) … Dr. Betty Rogers
 2016 My Summer Prince (TV Movie)
Deidre Kelly
 2016 The Stepchild (TV Movie)
Beth
 2015 Marshall’s Miracle
Susan Weaver
 2015 A Country Wedding (TV Movie)
Margaret
 2005-2015 NCIS (TV Series)
Jenny Shepard

The Lost Boys (2015) … Jenny Shepard (uncredited)
Life Before His Eyes (2012) … Jenny Shepard (uncredited)
Judgement Day: Part 2 (2008) … Jenny Shepard (credit only)
Judgment Day (2008) … Jenny Shepard
About Face (2008) … Jenny Shepard (credit only)
 2015 Field of Lost Shoes
Mrs. Clinedinst
 2015 After the Ball
Elise
 2015 Hoovey
Ruth
 2013 The Dark Corner (TV Mini-Series)
Dr. Betty Rogers

The Cold Case (2013) … Dr. Betty Rogers
 2012 Masque
Grace
 2012 Layover (TV Movie)
Suzanne Hollingsworth
 2012 Alphas (TV Series)
Senator Charlotte Burton

If Memory Serves (2012) … Senator Charlotte Burton
Gods and Monsters (2012) … Senator Charlotte Burton
Gaslight (2012) … Senator Charlotte Burton
 2012 Do No Harm (TV Movie)
Dr. Rachel Thorne
 2012 Lost Girl (TV Series)
Sadie

Midnight Lamp (2012) … Sadie
 2012 Overwatch (Short)
Osiris
 2010-2012 The Adventures of Chuck & Friends (TV Series)
Haulie

Mayor Chuck/Wallbashers (2012) … Haulie (voice)
The Mother of All Gifts/Fools for Rules (2011) … Haulie (voice)
The Regifters (2011) … Haulie (voice)
Pop Goes the Inner Tube/Runaway Chuck (2011) … Haulie (voice)
Prince Chuck/The Dirt on Chuck (2011) … Haulie (voice)
 2011 Rookie Blue (TV Series)
Superintendent Elaine Peck

In Plain View (2011) … Superintendent Elaine Peck
 2011 Scream of the Banshee (TV Movie)
Professor Isla Whelan
 2010 Miracle in Manhattan (TV Movie)
Lindy Lowe
 2010 The Town Christmas Forgot (TV Movie)
Annie Benson
 2010 Flashpoint (TV Series)
Jill Hastings

Acceptable Risk (2010) … Jill Hastings
 2010 Covert Affairs (TV Series)
Madeline Jarvis

Houses of the Holy (2010) … Madeline Jarvis
 2010 Chasing 3000
Marilyn
 2010 The Final Storm
Gillian Grady
 2010 You’re So Cupid!
Audrey Valentine
 2009 Too Late to Say Goodbye (TV Movie)
Heather
 2009 Crank: High Voltage
Psychiatrist (uncredited)
 2009 Before You Say ‘I Do’ (TV Movie)
Mary Brown
 2009 Leverage (TV Series)
Ms. Tobey Earnshaw

The Juror #6 Job (2009) … Ms. Tobey Earnshaw
 2009 The Least Among You
Kate Allison
 2006 Raising Flagg
Rachel Purdy
 2006 The Pleasure Drivers
Daphne Widesecker
 2006 Fatwa
Maggie Davidson
 2005 Bounty Hunters (TV Movie)
Tess
 2005 Untitled Camryn Manheim Pilot (TV Movie)
Andrea
 2005 The Godfather of Green Bay
Molly Mahoney
 2005 Down and Derby
Kim Davis
 2005 The Chumscrubber
Boutique Owner
 2004 Caught in the Act (TV Movie)
Jodie Colter
 2004 In Enemy Hands
Mrs. Rachel Travers
 2004 Just Desserts (TV Movie)
Grace Carpenter
 2003 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Hayley Wilson

Grand Prix (2003) … Hayley Wilson
 2002 Pavement (TV Movie)
Buckley Clarke
 2002 Santa, Jr. (TV Movie)
Susan Flynn
 2002 Providence (TV Series)
Darla Rosario

The Heart of the Matter (2002) … Darla Rosario
 2002 Living with the Dead (TV Movie)
James’s (Danson) wife
 2002 Changing Hearts
Amber Connors
 2002 King of Texas (TV Movie)
Mrs. Rebecca Lear Highsmith
 2001 Destiny (TV Movie)
 2001 Becker (TV Series)
Laura

The Buddy System (2001) … Laura
 2001 Spirited Away
Chihiro’s Mother (English version, voice)
 2001 Jackie, Ethel, Joan: The Women of Camelot (TV Movie)
Ethel Kennedy
 2000 Dixie Chicks: Goodbye Earl (Video short)
Mary Ann
 2000 What Women Want
Gigi
 2000 The Last Producer
Frances Chadway
 1999-2000 Chicago Hope (TV Series)
Dr. Jeremy Hanlon

Have I Got a Deal for You (2000) … Dr. Jeremy Hanlon
Everybody’s Special at Chicago Hope (2000) … Dr. Jeremy Hanlon
Thoughts of You (2000) … Dr. Jeremy Hanlon
Miller Time (2000) … Dr. Jeremy Hanlon
Devoted Attachment (2000) … Dr. Jeremy Hanlon
 1999 Any Given Sunday
Cindy Rooney
 1999/I Entropy
Claire
 1999 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Heather Finn

The Real Thing (1999) … Heather Finn
 1998 Vig (TV Movie)
Marybeth
 1998 No Looking Back
Claudia
 1997 A Smile Like Yours
Jennifer Robertson
 1997 Turbulence
Teri Halloran
 1992-1996 Picket Fences (TV Series)
Maxine Stewart

Liver Let Die (1996) … Maxine Stewart
To Forgive Is Divine (1996) … Maxine Stewart
Forget Selma (1996) … Maxine Stewart
Winner Takes All (1996) … Maxine Stewart
Three Weddings and a Meltdown (1996) … Maxine Stewart
 1996 Down Periscope
Emily
 1996 Beautiful Girls
Darian Smalls
 1995 Sabrina
Elizabeth Tyson
 1994 Dumb and Dumber
Mary
 1994 Dangerous Heart (TV Movie)
Carol
 1992 Live Wire
Suzie Bryant – Channel 7 newsreporter (uncredited)
 1992 Fugitive Among Us (TV Movie)
Suzie Bryant
 1991 The Antagonists (TV Series)
Kate Ward

Con Safos (1991) … Kate Ward
 1990 Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again (TV Movie)
Betty Cooper
 1990 My Two Dads (TV Series)
Allison Novack

See You in September? (1990) … Allison Novack
To Thine Own Elf Be True (1990) … Allison Novack
 1987 All My Children (TV Series)
Julie Chandler

Episode dated 18 December 1987 (1987) … Julie Chandler (credit only)
 1986 Spenser: For Hire (TV Series)
Emily Brown

Home Is the Hero (1986) … Emily Brown
 1986 Band of the Hand
Nikki
 1985 Love Lives On (TV Movie)
Tracy (as Holly Lauren)
 1984 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
Carla Walicki / Carla

Last Chance Salon (1984) … Carla Walicki (as Holly Lauren)
Ewe and Me, Babe (1984) … Carla (as Holly Lauren)
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GINGER GONZAGA

Ginger is an improviser, actor, writer, and director. In television, Ginger is best known for her role as “Christy” on the Duplass Brothers’ critical darling Togetherness (2015) on HBO, “Maggie” on Showtime’s Dramedy I’m Dying Up Here (2017), Peggy of FX’s Legit (2013), and “Lorena” on Hulu’s drama Chance (2016) opposite Hugh Laurie and Ethan
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Actress (59 credits)
  Living with Yourself (TV Series) (filming)
Meg

Episode #1.3 … Meg
 2019 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ (TV Series)
Julianka

Episode #4.4 (2019) … Julianka
Episode #4.8 (2019) … Julianka
 2016-2019 Those Who Can’t (TV Series)
Gloria Guzman

You Can’t Go Homecoming Again (2019) … Gloria Guzman
Electile Dysfunction (2016) … Gloria Guzman
Lady and the Skamp (2016) … Gloria Guzman
 2019 Grace and Frankie (TV Series)
Erin

Episode #5.11 (2019) … Erin
Episode #5.8 (2019) … Erin
 2018 Crazy Wonderful (TV Movie)
Narrator
 2018 Room 104 (TV Series)
Vicki

Arnold (2018) … Vicki
 2018 Kidding (TV Series)
Vivian

Some Day (2018) … Vivian
Kintsugi (2018) … Vivian
The Cookie (2018) … Vivian
The New You (2018) … Vivian
Bye, Mom (2018) … Vivian
 2018 NBA 2k19 (Video Game)
Nikki Davis
 2018 Alone Together (TV Series)
Alia

Daypassers (2018) … Alia
The Big One (2018) … Alia
Pilot (2018) … Alia
 2017-2018 I’m Dying Up Here (TV Series)
Maggie

Deathbed Confessions (2018) … Maggie
Creative Indifferences (2017) … Maggie
Lingchi (2017) … Maggie
My Rifle, My Pony and Me (2017) … Maggie
 2018 Champions (TV Series)
Dana

Opening Night (2018) … Dana
Deal or No Deal (2018) … Dana
Nepotism (2018) … Dana
Matt Bomer Poster (2018) … Dana
Grandma Dearest (2018) … Dana
 2017 Your Day (Short)
Jane
 2017 Bill Nye Saves the World (TV Series)
Rosalind Franklin / Hedy Lamar

Extinction: Why All Our Friends Are Dying (2017) … Rosalind Franklin
We Suck at Sleeping (2017) … Hedy Lamar
 2017 9JKL (TV Series)
Sydney

It Happened One Night (2017) … Sydney
 2017 Robot Chicken (TV Series)
Angela / Sky Dancer

Hey I Found Another Sock (2017) … Angela / Sky Dancer (voice)
 2017 Chance (TV Series)
Lorena

Especially If You Run Away (2017) … Lorena
A Madness of Two (2017) … Lorena
Define Normal (2017) … Lorena
Treasures in Jars of Clay (2017) … Lorena
 2017 BoJack Horseman (TV Series)
Lead Worker Ant / Parrot Actress / Phoebe

Underground (2017) … Lead Worker Ant / Parrot Actress / Phoebe (voice)
 2016-2017 Wrecked (TV Series)
Emma

Nerd Speak (2017) … Emma
Caiman (2017) … Emma (voice)
Cop Tricks (2016) … Emma (credit only)
Javier and the Gang (2016) … Emma
 2017 Claws (TV Series)
Audrey

Quicksand (2017) … Audrey
 2017 Trial & Error (TV Series)
Crystal

An Unwelcome Distraction (2017) … Crystal
 2016 The Kicker (TV Movie)
Monique
 2016 Tegan and Sara: BWU (Video short)
Woman in Park
 2016 Angel from Hell (TV Series)
Kelly

Believe Me, Part 2 (2016) … Kelly
The Flask (2016) … Kelly
Soulmates (2016) … Kelly
Face Your Fears (2016) … Kelly
 2016 Dean
Jill
 2016 Punching Henry
Erica
 2016 Togetherness (TV Series)
Christy

Changetown (2016) … Christy
Advanced Pretend (2016) … Christy
Everybody Is Grownups (2016) … Christy
Hotels (2016) … Christy
 2015 Right Now with Ginger Gonzaga! (TV Movie)
Ginger
 2015/I The Night Is Young
Rainbow
 2015 Key and Peele (TV Series)
Lady J

Airplane Showdown (2015) … Lady J
 2015 Scorpion (TV Series)
Maya

Crossroads (2015) … Maya
 2014 Anger Management (TV Series)
Maureen / Vanessa

Charlie Pledges a Sorority Sister (2014) … Vanessa
Charlie Cops a Feel (2014) … Maureen
 2014 You’re the Worst (TV Series)
Megan Thomas

PTSD (2014) … Megan Thomas
 2014 Mixology (TV Series)
Maya

Closing Time (2014) … Maya
Last Call (2014) … Maya
Bruce & Maya (2014) … Maya
Liv & Jim (2014) … Maya
Dominic & Kacey (2014) … Maya
 2013-2014 Legit (TV Series)
Peggy

Licked (2014) … Peggy
Loveline (2014) … Peggy
Fatherhood (2013) … Peggy
Bag Lady (2013) … Peggy
Justice (2013) … Peggy
 2012-2014 Family Guy (TV Series)
Tiffany / Italian Teacher / Cindy

Herpe, the Love Sore (2014) … Tiffany (voice)
Boopa-dee Bappa-dee (2013) … Italian Teacher (voice)
Yug Ylimaf (2012) … Cindy (voice)
 2014 Growing Up Fisher (TV Series)
Amelie

Blind Man’s Bluff (2014) … Amelie
 2014 Someone Marry Barry
Juanita
 2013 The Millers (TV Series)
Leah

The Talk (2013) … Leah
 2013 See Dad Run (TV Series)
Christine

See Dad See Dad Run (2013) … Christine
 2013 Green Bench: The American Day Dream (TV Short)
Jamie
 2013/I All Together Now
Anchor Woman
 2013 Whitney (TV Series)
Lulu

Cake, Cake, Cake (2013) … Lulu
 2013 Wendell and Vinnie (TV Series)
Miss Pimmentel

Rule Breakers & Date Makers (2013) … Miss Pimmentel
 2012 Friend Me (TV Series)
April
 2012 Next Caller (TV Series)
Syrah

Pilot (2012) … Syrah
 2012 Ted
Gina
 2012 The Finder (TV Series)
Therese

A Cinderella Story (2012) … Therese
 2011 I Hate You, Andrew (Short)
Tracy
 2009-2011 In Gayle We Trust (TV Series)
Kim Kaminski / Kim

Gayle and the Musical (2011) … Kim Kaminski
Gayle and the Opening Night (2011) … Kim Kaminski
Gayle and the Table Read (2011) … Kim Kaminski
Gayle and the Pep Talk (2011) … Kim Kaminski
Gayle and the Breakdown (2011) … Kim Kaminski
 2010 Tax Man (TV Movie)
Young Woman
 2010 The Good Guys (TV Series)
Angie

Silence of the Dan (2010) … Angie
 2008 With Friends Like These… (TV Movie)
Ginger
 2007 Joke’s on You (TV Series)
Terrible Waitress

Pilot … Terrible Waitress
 2007 The Addiction of Ethan Lonemyer (Short)
Jasmine
 2007 Fitness Made Difficult (Short) (voice)

HANNAH SPEARRITT

Hannah was born on 1 April 1981 at Great Yarmouth, England. At the age of 3 she modelled in a Mothercare catalogue. At school she liked sports but at 12 she decided she wanted to be a performer. She landed a part in a local production of Annie. Hannah enjoyed it so much she decided to join the National Youth Music Theatre production of Pendragon …

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Actress (26 credits)
 2017-2018 EastEnders (TV Series)
Kandice Taylor

Episode dated 27 December 2018 (2018) … Kandice Taylor
Episode dated 20 July 2018 (2018) … Kandice Taylor
Episode dated 19 July 2018 (2018) … Kandice Taylor
Episode dated 17 July 2018 (2018) … Kandice Taylor
Episode dated 16 July 2018 (2018) … Kandice Taylor
 2018 I, Dog (TV Mini-Series)
Natalie Bedwyn
 2016 Casualty (TV Series)
Mercedes Christie

Hello, I Must Be Going (2016) … Mercedes Christie
Tangled Webs We Weave (2016) … Mercedes Christie
A Clear Conscience (2016) … Mercedes Christie
Survivors (2016) … Mercedes Christie
Hopelessly Addicted (2016) … Mercedes Christie
 2015 GoryTime (TV Mini-Series)
Hayley Smith

Selfie … Hayley Smith
 2015 Utopia
Lucy
 2014 The Goob
Mary
 2013 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Lily Shaw

A Dash of Sunshine (2013) … Lily Shaw
 2012 Little Larry (Short)
Lilly
 2007-2011 Primeval (TV Series)
Abby Maitland / Abby

Episode #5.6 (2011) … Abby Maitland
Episode #5.5 (2011) … Abby Maitland
Episode #5.4 (2011) … Abby Maitland
Episode #5.3 (2011) … Abby Maitland
Episode #5.2 (2011) … Abby Maitland
 2009 Primeval Evolved (Video Game)
Abby Maitland
 2007 Marple (TV Series)
Tilly Rice

At Bertram’s Hotel (2007) … Tilly Rice
 2005 Blessed (TV Series)
‘Girl Thing’ Member

Walk Like a Man (The Four Seasons) (2005) … ‘Girl Thing’ Member
Who Wrote the Book of Love? (The Monotones) (2005) … ‘Girl Thing’ Member
Just Looking (Stereophonics) (2005) … ‘Girl Thing’ Member
 2004 Seed of Chucky
Joan
 2003 S Club Seeing Double
Hannah
 2002 S Club 7: You (Video short)
Dancer
 2002 Viva S Club (TV Series)
Hannah

Let’s Get Out of Here (2002) … Hannah
24 Minutes Till Doomsday (2002) … Hannah
Survival (2002) … Hannah
Of Mice and Music (2002) … Hannah
The Rain in Spain (2002) … Hannah
 2001 S Club 7: Have You Ever (Video short)
 2001 Hollywood 7 (TV Series)
Hannah

The Return (2001) … Hannah
The Concert (2001) … Hannah
The Vanishing (2001) … Hannah
Supporting Parts (2001) … Hannah
Alone Again (2001) … Hannah
 2001 S Club 7: Special Edition (TV Movie)
Hannah Spearritt
 2000 S Club 7: Artistic Differences (TV Movie)
Hannah
 2000 S Club 7 in L.A. (TV Series)
Hannah

Goodbye Hollywood (2000) … Hannah
Working (2000) … Hannah
Making Movies (2000) … Hannah
Game Boy (2000) … Hannah
Fall Out (2000) … Hannah
 1999-2000 S Club 7 in Miami (TV Series)
Hannah

Boyfriends and Birthdays (2000) … Hannah
Back to the 50’s (2000) … Hannah
Reprise (1999) … Hannah
How Deep Is Your Love? (1999) … Hannah
Bermuda Triangle (1999) … Hannah
 1999 S Club 7: Boyfriends and Birthdays (TV Movie)
Hannah
 1999 S Club 7: Back to the 50’s (TV Movie)
Hannah
 1998 The Cater Street Hangman (TV Movie)
Lily

OLA JORDAN

Ola Jordan

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Ola Jordan
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Born
Aleksandra Grabowska

(1982-09-30) 30 September 1982 (age 36)

Nasielsk, Poland[1]
Residence Maidstone, Kent, England
Occupation Dancer
Height 1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)
Spouse(s) James Jordan (2003–present)

Aleksandra “Ola” Jordan (née Grabowska; born 30 September 1982)[2] is a Polish professional ballroom dancer. She appeared as a professional on the British TV show Strictly Come Dancing from 2006 to 2015. After winning a championship event in her native Poland, Jordan moved to England and began a new partnership with James Jordan. They married on 12 October 2003[3] and live near Maidstone in Kent.[4] In 2018, she became a judge on Dancing with the Stars: Taniec z gwiazdami in Poland.

Dancing career[edit]

Jordan has been dancing since the age of twelve when her school advertised for a dance club. Before dancing with James Jordan, she had danced with Przemek Lowicki in Poland. She won Poland’s Open Championships in 1999 and went on to take 12th place in the following year’s World Championships.[3]

The first recorded dance by Ola Grabowska and James Jordan as a partnership was in the Dutch Open in 2000, [5] though they did not turn professional until 2003. The couple withdrew for a while to teach Latin American dancing in Hong Kong, though they turned professional again in 2005, after missing competing.[6][7] In May 2006, the couple came second in the Blackpool Professional Rising Stars Latin event,[8] and in November they came third in the British Championships for Professional Latin.[9]

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

Highest and lowest scoring performances per dance[edit]

DJ Spoony is the only celebrity not to appear on this list.

Jordan first appeared on Strictly Come Dancing during the show’s fourth series in 2006, partnering DJ Spoony. They were eliminated in the third round, a result which disappointed some of the audience. In series five she danced with Scottish rugby player Kenny Logan while her husband James danced with Kenny’s wife, TV presenter Gabby Logan. Kenny was voted out of the show on the ninth week[10] while Gabby Logan was voted out earlier, in the fourth week.[11] Jordan was knocked out of series 6 in week seven of the competition, with her partner GMTV presenter Andrew Castle.

In January–February 2009 Jordan danced with Kenny Logan on the Strictly Come Dancing Tour and in series 7, she partnered reporter Chris Hollins, reaching the final and beating rivals Ricky Whittle and Natalie Lowe to become the 2009 champions. Their prize was a Strictly Come Dancing glitter ball. Jordan and Hollins became affectionately known as “Team Cola” by viewers and on the show, with Cola being a portmanteau of “Chris” and “Ola”.[12]

Jordan partnered magician Paul Daniels in the eighth season of the show; they were the second couple to be voted off. For Children in Need 2010, Jordan partnered Harry Judd from McFly for a one-off Strictly special, dancing a Paso Doble. The couple won, beating Rochelle Wiseman of The Saturdays and her partner Ian Waite.

In the ninth series of the show she was partnered with former Wales international footballer Robbie Savage. They were the ninth couple voted out on 4 December 2011.[13]

In September 2012, during the show’s tenth series, Jordan was partnered with EastEnders actor Sid Owen. The couple were eliminated on Halloween week in October 2012.

For the eleventh series in September 2013, Jordan competed with former Hollyoaks actor and singer Ashley Taylor Dawson. They got as far as the 11th week before being voted out.

In September 2014, for the show’s twelfth series, Jordan was partnered with wildlife expert, presenter of the popular children’s show Deadly 60 and its spinoffs, Steve Backshall. They were eliminated in week 9 (22/23 November 2014). On 7 October 2014, Jordan and Backshall appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Innuendo Bingo.[14]

On 5 September 2015, Strictly Come Dancing revealed Jordan would dance with sports commentator and Olympic medalist Iwan Thomas for the upcoming thirteenth series.[15] They were the first couple to leave the competition on 4 October 2015. Shortly after their elimination Jordan announced this was to be her last series of Strictly Come Dancing as she would not be returning in the following series. She made her last appearance when she was featured in a group dance for the Series 13 Final.[16]

Celebrity partner Place Average
score
4 DJ Spoony 11th 27.0
5 Kenny Logan 5th 24.0
6 Andrew Castle 10th 21.4
7 Chris Hollins 1st 31.0
8 Paul Daniels 13th 17.5
9 Robbie Savage 6th 27.2
10 Sid Owen 12th 20.7
11 Ashley Taylor Dawson 6th 32.5
12 Steve Backshall 8th 26.7
13 Iwan Thomas 15th 15.0

DJ Spoony[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Phillips Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Cha-Cha-Cha /”Kiss 5 7 8 7 27 Safe
2 Tango / “Tango D’Amour” 6 7 7 7 27 Eliminated

Kenny Logan[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Phillips Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Waltz /”Are You Lonesome Tonight 4 5 6 6 21 Bottom two
3 Tango /”Call Me 6 6 7 6 25 Safe
4 Samba / “Mujer Latina 3 4 6 5 18 Safe
5 Paso Doble / “Take Me Out 4 5 6 6 21 Safe
6 Viennese Waltz / “Flower of Scotland 5 7 8 6 26 Safe
7 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Billie Jean 4 5 7 6 22 Safe
8 American Smooth / “How Sweet It Is 6 8 8 8 30 Safe
9 Foxtrot / “They Can’t Take That Away From Me
Rumba / “Fields of Gold
7
4
7
5
8
7
8
7
30
23
Eliminated

Andrew Castle[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Phillips Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Mercy 4 6 7 6 23 Safe
3 Tango / “20th Century Boy 4 6 7 5 22 Safe
5 American Smooth / “You Know I’m No Good 3 4 5 5 17 Safe
6 Viennese Waltz / “Annie’s Song 5 6 7 6 24 Safe
7 Samba / “Ain’t It Funny 4 5 7 5 21 Eliminated

Chris Hollins[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Bussell* Goodman Dixon Tonioli
1 Tango / “Sharp Dressed Man 6 7 7 6 26
Rumba / “Don’t Know Much 7 8 8 7 30
3 Quickstep / “Dancing Fool” 5 6 6 6 23
4 Salsa / “Micaela 6 7 6 6 25
5 Jive / “Roll Over Beethoven 5 6 6 5 22
6 American Smooth / “Jimmy Mack 7 7 7 7 28
7 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Shake Your Groove Thing 7 8 7 7 29
8 Foxtrot / “I Could Have Danced All Night 8 9 9 8 34
9 Paso Doble / “I Believe in a Thing Called Love 6 8 9 7 30
10 Viennese Waltz / “A New Day Has Come 7 7 8 7 29
11 Charleston / “Fat Sam’s Grandslam” 8 8 9 9 34
12 Waltz / “At This Moment 8 8 8 9 8 41
Samba / “Cuba” 8 8 8 8 7 39
13 Rumba / “Total Eclipse of the Heart 7 7 8 8 8 38
Argentine Tango / “Bust Your Windows 8 8 9 9 8 42
14 Foxtrot / “I Could Have Danced All Night 9 9 9 10 9 46
Lindy Hop / “Sing Sing Sing 8 9 9 9 9 44
Charleston / “Fat Sam’s Grandslam” 10 10 10 10 10 50
Showdance / “Do You Love Me 9 9 9 10 9 46 – Winners
  • Darcey Bussell joined the judging panel for the last 3 weeks of the show.

Paul Daniels[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Goodman Dixon Tonioli Total
1 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Could It Be Magic 2 5 5 4 16 N/A
2 Foxtrot / “Lady Luck” 4 6 6 5 21 Safe
3 Rumba / “Take a Bow 2 5 5 4 16 Eliminated

Robbie Savage[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Goodman Dixon Tonioli Total
1 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Bad Boys 2 6 6 5 19 Safe
2 Foxtrot / “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head? 7 8 7 7 29 Safe
3 Tango / “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) 7 7 8 8 30 Safe
4 Jive / “Love Man 5 8 7 7 27 Safe
5 Paso Doble / “Bad 4 7 8 7 26 Safe
6 Waltz / “Love Ain’t Here Anymore 6 8 8 7 29 Safe
7 American Smooth / “Sway 7 8 8 8 31 Safe
8 Salsa / “Let Me Entertain You 5 7 7 7 26 Safe
9 Samba / “You Sexy Thing 5 7 7 6 25 Safe
10 Quickstep / “Little Green Bag 7 7 8 8 30 Eliminated

Sid Owen[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Bussell Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Waltz / “I Won’t Give Up 6 6 7 7 26 Safe
2 Salsa / “Hips Don’t Lie 6 6 5 5 22 Safe
3 Tango / “Here I Go Again 4 4 5 4 17 Safe
4 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Ghostbusters 2 5 5 5 17 Eliminated

Ashley Taylor Dawson[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Bussell Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Cha-Cha-Cha / “What Makes You Beautiful 5 6 7 7 25 Safe
2 American Smooth / “Beyond the Sea 7 9 8 8 32 Safe
3 Samba / “Love Is in the Air 8 8 7 8 31 Safe
4 Viennese Waltz / “Angel 7 8 8 8 31 Safe
5 Jive / “Johnny B. Goode 7 8 8 8 31 Safe
6 Tango / “Beautiful Monster 8 9 8 8 33 Safe
7 Quickstep / “Are You Gonna Be My Girl 8 9 9 9 35 Safe
8 Paso Doble / “You Give Love a Bad Name 8 9 9 9 35 Safe
9 Waltz / “I Will Always Love You 8 9 9 9 35 Safe
10 Rumba / “A Whole New World 8 9 9 9 35 Bottom two
11 Salsa / “Conga 8 9 9 9 35 Eliminated

Steve Backshall[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Bussell Osmond* Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Tango / “Born to Be Wild 6 6 7 7 26 Safe
2 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Treasure 3 6 6 6 21 Safe
3 Quickstep / “I Wan’na Be Like You 6 7 6 7 8 34 Safe
4 Salsa / “Jump in the Line (Shake, Senora) 6 7 7 7 27 Safe
5 Waltz / “I Wonder Why 7 8 7 8 30 Safe
6 Charleston / “Dem Bones 5 7 7 7 26 Safe
7 Paso Doble / “Use Somebody 6 8 7 7 28 Safe
8 American Smooth / “Rolling in the Deep 7 8 8 8 31 Safe
9 Jive / “Little Bitty Pretty One 4 7 6 6 23 Eliminated
  • Donny Osmond joined the judging panel for Movie Week in Week 3.

Iwan Thomas[edit]

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Horwood Bussell Goodman Tonioli Total
1 Tango / “Keep on Running 3 5 5 4 17 None
2 Cha-Cha-Cha / “Sexy and I Know It 2 4 4 3 13 Eliminated

Other television appearances[edit]

Ola and James Jordan took part in a celebrity version of television programme Total Wipeout which was broadcast on 26 December 2009. She and Strictly Come Dancing head judge Len Goodman appeared as a team in the BBC programme Bargain Hunt in 2010 for the benefit of the Children in Need appeal. Ola and James Jordan also took part in the judging panel on the television show Dancing on Wheels in 2010, and the couple also appeared on All Star Mr & Mrs in 2013, where they won the show. Ola and James appeared on an episode of Through the Keyhole in September 2015, as celebrity homeowners.

In December 2014, Jordan was announced as one of the celebrity competitors for the Channel 4 series The Jump, a television show which requires celebrities to compete in events such as skeleton, ski jumping, bobsled, slalom, and ski cross.[17] While practicing for the series, Jordan fell during a training run.[18] The resulting injury forced Jordan to withdraw from The Jump and prevented her from participating in the Series 12 finale of Strictly Come Dancing.[18] The fall caused Jordan to suffer a torn ligament in her knee, an injury which required Jordan to undergo surgery.[19]

In November 2016, she took part in the sixteenth series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. She was the third celebrity to leave the show.[20]

In February 2018, Polish broadcaster Polsat announced that Jordan would replace Beata Tyszkiewicz as a judge on season 21 of Dancing with the Stars: Taniec z gwiazdami (Polish version of Dancing with the Stars).[21]

DANI HARMER

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Dani Harmer

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English actress
Dani Harmer
Born
Danielle Jane Harmer

(1989-02-08) 8 February 1989 (age 29)

Bracknell, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
Occupation Actress (1994–present)
Singer (2008–09)
Years active 1994–present
Television The Story of Tracy Beaker (2002–05)
After You’ve Gone (2007–08)
Dani’s House (2008–12)
Tracy Beaker Returns (2010–12)
Dani’s Castle (2013–14)
Partner(s) Simon Brough (2015–present)[1]
Children 1

Danielle Jane Harmer[2][3] (born 8 February 1989)[4] is a British actress, television presenter and former singer who is best known for her portrayal as Tracy Beaker in the CBBC programmes The Story of Tracy Beaker, Tracy Beaker Returns and Tracy Beaker Survival Files from 2002 to 2012. She also appeared in the BBC sitcom, After You’ve Gone.[5] In 2018, Harmer reprised her role as Tracy Beaker in the Dumping Ground – the fourth spinoff series of The Story of Tracy Beaker, which has been airing since 2013.

Harmer starred in her own sitcom, Dani’s House from 2008 to 2012 and in its spin-off series Dani’s Castle from 2013 to 2014. Harmer has occasionally presented continuity clips on the CBBC Channel. She became a presenter on Friday Download in the first series, where she guest presented the ‘Style Download’ segment.

In 2008, Harmer branched into the music business and signed a £3m record deal. She recorded her debut album Superheroes in September 2009, and released the single and theme from Dani’s House, “Free”, but the album was never released and it was later confirmed she had abandoned her music career.

In March 2012, she appeared in Let’s Dance for Sport Relief, alongside Outnumbered star, Tyger Drew-Honey. They both reached the final, and became joint runners-up. Harmer competed in the tenth series of the BBC ballroom dancing show, Strictly Come Dancing, in that year. She was paired up with Vincent Simone and the couple reached the grand final, finishing in fourth place.

Early and personal life[edit]

Harmer was born and raised in Bracknell, Berkshire, England, to parents Jill, a former legal worker and children’s casting agent, and Andy Harmer, a mechanic and chauffeur.[6] Her parents are divorced.[7] She has a younger sister named Betsy who works as a hairdresser.[6][7] From the age of 5, Harmer attended Stagecoach drama lessons.[8] Harmer won a scholarship to attend Redroofs Theatre School at the age of 7 and left with 3 GCSEs.[6]

On 28 June 2016, Harmer gave birth to her daughter, Avarie-Belle Betsy Rachel Brough.[9]

Career[edit]

Harmer made her stage debut at the age of 6 in the musical The Who’s Tommy in the West End.[10] She has appeared in a number of pantomimes: Dolly Mixture in Snow White (2004),[11] the title character in Peter Pan (2005, Alban Arena, 2006 in Worthing and 2010 in High Wycombe), Dick Whittington (2007, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre) and the title role in Cinderella alongside Joe Tracini (2011, York Barbican). Harmer appeared as an extra in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone; she was sitting in the Great Hall when the new students to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry took turns to visit the Sorting Hat. Her big break was when she landed the title role in CBBC’s dramedy series The Story of Tracy Beaker, which she starred in for five series and also the feature-length film, Tracy Beaker’s Movie of Me.

Her other TV credits include the ITV drama series Trial & Retribution, My Family, Pie in the Sky, The 10th Kingdom, Beast, Touch Me, I’m Karen Taylor,[12] “Beep Beep” in the British television series The Beeps, and the pilot for Coming of Age. She was one of the presenters: known as “packers” in the 2006 series of the Saturday morning show, Mighty Truck of Stuff.

In November 2008 Media Guardian reported that After You’ve Gone was to be cancelled by the BBC, due to ITV moving Coronation Street to the same slot on ITV1. The BBC had announced a fourth series of the show in January of that year to be aired in 2009; however, the series ended with a Christmas special in 2008.[13]

Harmer returned to the role of Tracy Beaker in early 2010 in the 13-episode BBC series Tracy Beaker Returns, in which her character had developed into a care worker and had written an autobiography about what life is like for children in care. Three series aired of Tracy Beaker Returns. It concluded on 23 March 2012, due to Harmer deciding to quit her role as Tracy. A spin-off was created called The Dumping Ground but did not feature her. She then starred in another TV show called Dani’s Castle, a spin-off from Dani’s House. This aired at the start of 2013.[14] A second series aired in 2014 and a third series, not featuring Harmer, began airing on 7 July 2015.[citation needed]

Harmer was due to star as Jane in Disco Inferno, which was planned tour across the UK in Autumn 2012. However it was announced on 5 September 2012 that the musical was cancelled after an investor pulled out. Harmer confirmed via her Twitter account on the same day that she would be a contestant on the upcoming tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing.[15]

Harmer portrayed Janet in the 2013 UK tour of the stage production The Rocky Horror Show.[16]

Music[edit]

Harmer signed a record deal with record label Universal/Decca worth £3 million, under the management of Daniel Glatman,[17] some time before beginning work on her debut album. The album was recorded and written in 2008 with the help of producer and songwriter Tom Nichols, and entitled Superheroes.[18] The album’s lead and only single “Free” was released on 25 May 2009, after becoming the theme song of the TV show Dani’s House, in which Harmer plays the lead role. The song reached number 117 on the Official Chart.[19] “Free” was featured on the compilation album Pop Princesses 2009.[20]

The scheduled release date of Superheroes was October 2009, which was later pushed back to early 2010. Rumours circulated that the album had been cancelled by Harmer’s record company due to poor sales of the lead single, she responded that “they are just waiting for the right time to release it”.[citation needed] No further comment was made until mid-2012, when Harmer stated via Twitter that she had given up music because she wanted to focus on her acting career. The album never surfaced, but the artwork and 30-second previews of each track were released in early 2010, along with the track list:

Awards[edit]

Winner of the 2010 Children’s BAFTA for Best Drama, Harmer was nominated for her performance as Tracy Beaker in its various incarnations, with the programme attracting a nomination in the Children’s Drama Category at the 2011 RTS Awards. Harmer was nominated for a BAFTA Cymru for Best Actress for her performance in Tracy Beaker’s Movie of Me. Dani’s House, her own hit CBBC show received a 2009 Children’s BAFTA nomination.

In 2009, Harmer received a Gold Blue Peter Badge for her role in Tracy Beaker.[21]

Strictly Come Dancing[edit]

Harmer competed in the tenth series of the BBC ballroom dancing show, Strictly Come Dancing, in 2012. She was paired up with Vincent Simone and the couple succeeded in reaching the grand final.

Week No. Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Craig Revel Horwood Darcey Bussell Len Goodman Bruno Tonioli Total
1 Waltz – “Open Arms 5 5 6 5 21 None
2 Salsa – “Mama Do the Hump 7 6 7 7 27 Safe
3 Foxtrot – “Over the Rainbow 7 6 8 8 29 Safe
4 Cha Cha Cha – “Scooby-Doo 6 6 8 7 27 Safe
5 Jive – “Dance with Me Tonight 8 8 9 8 33 Safe
6 Tango – “Rumour Has It 8 8 9 9 34 Safe
7 Quickstep – “You Can’t Hurry Love 9 9 9 9 36 Safe
8 Samba – “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) 9 9 9 9 36 Safe
9 Viennese Waltz – “That’s Amore 8 8 9 9 34 Safe
10 Quickstep/Charleston Fusion – “Happy Feet” 9 10 9 10 38 Safe
11 American Smooth – “Haven’t Met You Yet 8 8 9 9 34 Safe
Argentine Tango – “Libertango 9 9 10 10 38
12 Tango – “Rumour Has It 9 9 9 9 36 Eliminated (4th)
Showdance – “Bohemian Rhapsody 8 9 9 9 35

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1994 Pie in the Sky Lessy 1 episode
1999, 2002 Trial & Retribution Amy Walker 4 episodes
2000 The 10th Kingdom Merrypip Girl 1 episode
2001 Beast Emily
2002–05 The Story of Tracy Beaker Tracy Beaker Lead role (Series 1–4)
Recurring (Series 5)
2003 My Family Trick or Treater 1 episode
Mighty Truck of Stuff Packer
2005 The Weakest Link Herself Contestant
2006 Dick and Dom in da Bungalow Guest (1 episode)
2007–08 The Beeps Beep Beep Voiceover role
After You’ve Gone Molly Venables Main role
2008–12 Dani’s House Dani / Co-ordinator Zark Lead role
2010, 2016, 2017 CBBC continuity Herself Guest presenter
2010–12 Tracy Beaker Returns Tracy Beaker Lead role
2011, 2012 Friday Download Herself Guest Reporter (2 episodes)
2011 Tracy Beaker Survival Files Tracy Beaker Presenter
2012 12 Again Herself 1 episode
Let’s Dance for Sport Relief Contestant
Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two Panellist
2012, 2015 Pointless Celebrities Contestant
2013–14 Dani’s Castle Dani Lead role
2014 The British Soap Awards Herself Guest presenter
Big Brother’s Bit on the Side Guest
2015 The Life & Death of Robert Knox
2018 The Chase: Celebrity Special Contestant
The Dumping Ground Tracy Beaker 2 episodes

LUCY GORDON

Lucy Gordon (actress)

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Gordon at the 2007 premiere of Spider-Man 3
Born (1980-05-22)22 May 1980

Died 20 May 2009(2009-05-20) (aged 28)

Paris, France
Cause of death Suicide by hanging
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
Years active 1995–2009
Partner(s) Jérôme Alméras (?–2009; her death)

Lucy Gordon (22 May 1980 – 20 May 2009) was an English actress and model. She became a face of CoverGirl in 1997 before starting an acting career. Her first film was Perfume in 2001 before going on to have small roles in Spider-Man 3, Serendipity and The Four Feathers. Gordon had played the actress and singer Jane Birkin in the film Gainsbourg, a biopic of singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg. Before the film was released, she was found hanged in her flat in Paris on 20 May 2009 after dying by suicide.[1]

Early life[edit]

Gordon was born in Oxford, to Richard and Susan Gordon in 1980; she had a younger sister, Kate.[1] She went to Oxford High School where she passed nine GCSEs in 1997. She moved to Paris after living in New York for several years.[2]

Career[edit]

While in the fourth form of Oxford High School she was noticed by a talent-spotter from a modelling agency as she and her mother visited a Clothes Show Live exhibition. She went on to appear as one of the faces of CoverGirl and soon after she moved into acting. She was signed to Select modelling agency in London and had appeared in the covers of Italian Glamour and Elle.

Gordon made her film debut in the 2001 as the character Sarah in Perfume. She appeared alongside Heath Ledger in the 2002 film The Four Feathers. She appeared as the reporter Jennifer Dugan in the 2007 film Spider-Man 3.

Gordon had played the actress and singer Jane Birkin in a film biopic of singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg. The film, entitled Serge Gainsbourg, vie héroïque was presented at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and was released in early 2010. Gordon’s father, Richard Gordon said that she had loved playing her latest role in this film about Gainsbourg.[3] The director Joann Sfar and the producers of the film Marc du Pontavice and Didier Lupfer released a statement that the film “owes a lot to the generosity, gentleness and immense talent of Lucy Gordon.”[1]

Death[edit]

On 20 May 2009, Gordon was found hanging in the Paris flat she shared with cinematographer Jérôme Alméras, just two days short of her 29th birthday.[1][4] A French police official said she appeared to have committed suicide by hanging.[5] She left two suicide notes, one detailing her last wishes regarding her estate, the other a letter for her parents.

She is buried at Brompton Cemetery, England.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Perfume Sarah
Serendipity Caroline Mitchell
2002 The Four Feathers Isabelle
2005 The Russian Dolls Celia Shelburn
2007 Spider-Man 3 Jennifer Dugan
Serial Sadie Grady
2009 The Last International Playboy Kate Hardwick
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men Hitchhiker
Cinéman Viviane Cook
2010 Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque) Jane Birkin posthumous release
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Stella China 1 episode, ‘Office Party’

Serena Gordon

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Serena Gordon
Born (1963-09-03) 3 September 1963 (age 55)

London, England, UK
Years active 1987–2008
Spouse(s) Tim Laurence (divorced in 2011)
(two children)
Adam Douglas (2013–present)

Serena Gordon (born 3 September 1963) is an English actress. Her roles include Amanda Prosser in police drama The Bill and MI6 evaluator Caroline in 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye.

Life and career[edit]

Born in London, she is the daughter of property consultant Ian Strathearn Gordon, and magistrate Nicola Mary Gordon. She studied at RADA in the same year as Jane Horrocks, where the two became best friends. After college they shared a flat in Bayswater and celebrated their joint 30th birthday party at the Groucho Club.[1]

Gordon separated from her husband, Tim Laurence in 2011. Together they still run the UK branch of the Hoffman Institute, which presents a psychological programme founded by Bob Hoffman in 1967. They have two sons.

In 2013, Serena Gordon married Adam Douglas who is an antiquarian books dealer, with two children Raphael and Brigit Douglas, in Arundel, West Sussex.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Character Notes
1987 Maurice Gladys Olcott Uncredited
1987 The New Statesman Victoria Episode: Passport to Freedom
1987 Queenie Prunella Rumsey 2 episodes
1988 Hannay Simone Angeketell Episode: Death with Due Notice
1988 Tumbledown Phyllida TV Movie
1989 Act of Will Gwen TV Mini-Series
1989 A Tale of Two Cities Lucie Manette 2 episodes
1989 After the War Annie Rose 3 episodes
1989 Till We Meet Again Jane Longbridge 1 episode
1989 The Shell Seekers Annabel TV Movie
1990 Kinsey Tricia Mabbott 12 episodes
1993 The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes Lady Eva Blackwell Episode: The Master Blackmailer
1993 Riders Janey Henderson TV Movie
1993 Dancing Queen Sophie TV Movie
1994 99–1 Serena Wise 1 episode
1994 The House of Windsor Caroline Finch 6 episodes
1994 Blue Heaven Shereen Episode No.1.4
1995 Chiller Louise Knight Episode: Toby
1995 GoldenEye Caroline
1996 Tales from the Crypt Unknown Episode: The Kidnapper
1997 For My Baby Molly
1997 Diana & Me Lady Sarah Myers-Booth
1998 Speak Like a Child Matron
1999 Tom’s Midnight Garden Melody Long
1999 Aristocrats Caroline 5 episodes
2000 The House of Mirth Gwen Stepney
2000 Other People’s Children Elizabeth 2 episodes
2001 Monarch of the Glen Mary Episode No.2.1
2001 Messiah Alison Reeves 2 episodes
2003 Silent Witness Sally Bowman Episode: Answering Fire Part 1 and 2
2004 Murder City Maxine Hulme Episode: Under the Skin
2005 Heartless Shona TV Movie
2005 The Bill Acting Superintendent Amanda Prosser 9 episodes
2007 Natasha Jan Loomis
2007 Holby City Elaine Taylor Episode: Bitter from the Sweet
2002-2008 Midsomer Murders Ginny Sharp / Christina Finleyson 2 episodes
Actress (39 credits)
 2016 Marcella (TV Series)
Mrs. Shaw

Episode #1.5 (2016) … Mrs. Shaw
 2009 Mistresses (TV Series)
Miss Owen

Episode #2.3 (2009) … Miss Owen
 2002-2008 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Christina Finleyson / Ginny Sharp

Midsomer Life (2008) … Christina Finleyson
Market for Murder (2002) … Ginny Sharp
 2007 Holby City (TV Series)
Elaine Taylor

Bitter from the Sweet (2007) … Elaine Taylor
 2007 Natasha
Jan Loomis
 1996-2005 The Bill (TV Series)
Supt. Amanda Prosser / Jane Russell

349: The Anniversary – Part 2 (2005) … Supt. Amanda Prosser
348: The Anniversary – Part 1 (2005) … Supt. Amanda Prosser
346: Mixing Business With Pleasure (2005) … Supt. Amanda Prosser
345: The Scapegoat (2005) … Supt. Amanda Prosser
344: Distraction (2005) … Supt. Amanda Prosser
 2005/II Heartless (TV Movie)
Shona
 2004 Murder City (TV Series)
Maxine Hulme

Under the Skin (2004) … Maxine Hulme
 2003 Silent Witness (TV Series)
Sally Bowman

Answering Fire: Part 2 (2003) … Sally Bowman
Answering Fire: Part 1 (2003) … Sally Bowman
 2001 Messiah (TV Mini-Series)
Alison Reeves

The Reckoning (2001) … Alison Reeves
The First Killings (2001) … Alison Reeves
 2001 Monarch of the Glen (TV Series)
Mary Denning

Episode #2.1 (2001) … Mary Denning
 2000 Other People’s Children (TV Series)
Elizabeth

Episode #1.3 (2000) … Elizabeth
Episode #1.2 (2000) … Elizabeth
 2000 The House of Mirth
Gwen Stepney
 1999 Aristocrats (TV Mini-Series)
Lady Caroline / Caroline

Episode #1.5 (1999) … Caroline
Episode #1.4 (1999) … Lady Caroline
Episode #1.3 (1999) … Lady Caroline
Episode #1.2 (1999) … Lady Caroline
Episode #1.1 (1999) … Lady Caroline
 1999 Tom’s Midnight Garden
Melody Long
 1998 Speak Like a Child
Matron
 1997 Diana & Me
Lady Sarah Myers-Booth
 1997 For My Baby
Molly
 1997 Insiders (TV Series)
Sally Gordon

The VAT Man (1997) … Sally Gordon
 1996 Tales from the Crypt (TV Series)
Mother In Park

The Kidnapper (1996) … Mother In Park
 1995 GoldenEye
Caroline
 1995 Chiller (TV Series)
Louise Knight

Toby (1995) … Louise Knight
 1995 99-1 (TV Series)
Serena Wise

Kidnap (1995) … Serena Wise
 1994 Blue Heaven (TV Series)
Shereen

Episode #1.4 (1994) … Shereen
 1994 The House of Windsor (TV Series)
Caroline Finch

Queen Mother, RIP (1994) … Caroline Finch
Prince of Passion (1994) … Caroline Finch
Pick a Princess (1994) … Caroline Finch
They’re Dogs with Attitudes (1994) … Caroline Finch
I’ve Managed to Track Down Royston Bloat (1994) … Caroline Finch
 1993 Dancing Queen (TV Movie)
Sophie
 1993 Riders (TV Movie)
Janey Henderson
 1991-1992 Kinsey (TV Series)
Tricia Mabbott

Conflicts of Interest (1992) … Tricia Mabbott
The Waste Watchers (1992) … Tricia Mabbott
Drop Shot (1992) … Tricia Mabbott
Heads and Tails (1992) … Tricia Mabbott
Comebacks (1992) … Tricia Mabbott
 1992 The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (TV Series)
Lady Eva Blackwell

The Master Blackmailer (1992) … Lady Eva Blackwell
 1989 The Shell Seekers (TV Movie)
Annabel
 1989 Till We Meet Again (TV Mini-Series)
Jane Longbridge

Episode #1.1 (1989) … Jane Longbridge
 1989 Act of Will (TV Mini-Series)
Gwen

Episode #1.4 (1989) … Gwen
Episode #1.3 (1989) … Gwen
Episode #1.2 (1989) … Gwen
Episode #1.1 (1989) … Gwen
 1989 After the War (TV Mini-Series)
Annie Rose / Annie Jordan

Final Demands (1989) … Annie Jordan
In the Sixties (1989) … Annie Jordan
Love and Kisses (1989) … Annie Rose
Partners (1989) … Annie Rose
Rise and Fall (1989) … Annie Rose
 1989 A Tale of Two Cities (TV Mini-Series)
Lucie Manette

Episode #1.2 (1989) … Lucie Manette
Episode #1.1 (1989) … Lucie Manette
 1988 Tumbledown (TV Movie)
Phyllida
 1988 Hannay (TV Series)
Simone Angeketell

Death with Due Notice (1988) … Simone Angeketell
 1987 Queenie (TV Series)
Prunella Rumsey

Episode #1.2 (1987) … Prunella Rumsey
Episode #1.1 (1987) … Prunella Rumsey
 1987 The New Statesman (TV Series)
Victoria

Passport to Freedom (1987) … Victoria
 1987 Maurice
Gladys Olcott (uncredited)

BRIDGETTE WILSON SAMPRAS

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Actress (33 credits)
 2008 Phantom Punch
Farah
 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Smith (TV Short)
Ann (as Bridgette Wilson)
 2007 Carpoolers (TV Series)
Dorrit

The Seminar (2007) … Dorrit
 2005 Shopgirl
Lisa Cramer
 2005 Jake in Progress (TV Series)
Chloe

Ubusy? (2005) … Chloe
 2003 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Gabriela Betancourt

Dead Zone (2003) … Gabriela Betancourt
 2002 Extreme Ops
Chloe (as Brigette Wilson-Sampras)
 2002 Buying the Cow
Sarah (as Bridgette L. Wilson)
 2002 Frasier (TV Series)
Kris

Three Blind Dates (2002) … Kris
 2000-2001 The $treet (TV Series)
Bridget Deshiel

Turf Wars (2001) … Bridget Deshiel
Past Performance (2001) … Bridget Deshiel
Junk Bonds (2001) … Bridget Deshiel
Framed (2001) … Bridget Deshiel
Rebound (2000) … Bridget Deshiel
 2001 Just Visiting
Amber
 2001 The Wedding Planner
Fran Donolly
 2000 Beautiful
Lorna Larkin (as Bridgette L. Wilson)
 1999 House on Haunted Hill
Melissa Marr (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1999 Love Stinks
Chelsea Turner (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1999 The Suburbans
Lara (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1998 Starstruck
Sandra (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1998 Host (TV Movie)
Juliet Spring (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1997 Marina (Short) (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1997 I Know What You Did Last Summer
Elsa Shivers (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1997 The Real Blonde
Sahara (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1997 The Stepsister (TV Movie)
Melinda Harrison (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1997 Nevada
June (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1996 Unhook the Stars
Jeannie (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1996 Sweet Evil
Jennifer Ray Clark (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1995 Nixon
Sandy (as Bridgitte Wilson)
 1995 Mortal Kombat
Sonya Blade (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1995 Billy Madison
Veronica Vaughn (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1995 Higher Learning
Nicole (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1993 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Emily Griffith

A Killing in Cork (1993) … Emily Griffith (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1993 Last Action Hero
Whitney / Meredith (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1992-1993 Santa Barbara (TV Series)
Lisa Fenimore / Lisa Fenimore Castillo

Episode #1.2135 (1993) … Lisa Fenimore Castillo (as Bridgette Wilson)
Episode #1.2134 (1993) … Lisa Fenimore Castillo (as Bridgette Wilson)
Episode #1.2130 (1993) … Lisa Fenimore Castillo (as Bridgette Wilson)
Episode #1.2129 (1993) … Lisa Fenimore Castillo (as Bridgette Wilson)
Episode #1.2121 (1992) … Lisa Fenimore Castillo (as Bridgette Wilson)
 1992 Saved by the Bell (TV Series)
Ginger

Slater’s Sister (1992) … Ginger (uncredited)
The Will (1992) … Ginger (as Bridgette Wilson)
Masquerade Ball (1992) … Ginger (uncredited)
The New Girl (1992) … Ginger (uncredited)

LUCY BLAIR

Lucy Blair is an actress, known for Just Visiting (2001), Melissa (1997) and Clock Tower 3 (2002).
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Actress (7 credits)
 2002 Clock Tower 3 (Video Game)
Scissorwoman (English version, voice)
 2001 Just Visiting
Thibault’s Sister #2
 2000 Dark Realm (TV Series)
Natalie

Skin Deep (2000) … Natalie
 1997 Melissa (TV Mini-Series)
Airline Passenger

Episode #1.1 (1997) … Airline Passenger
 1992 Absolutely Fabulous (TV Series)
Lou-Lou

Fashion (1992) … Lou-Lou (uncredited)
 1991 Jeeves and Wooster (TV Series)
Chorus Girl

The Con (or, Pearls Mean Tears) (1991) … Chorus Girl
 1985 Grange Hill (TV Series)

Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 1997 Noel’s House Party (TV Series)
Davina – landlord’s daughter

Episode #7.2 (1997) … Davina – landlord’s daughter