Elizabeth Kemp

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Elizabeth Kemp
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Born November 5, 1951

Died September 1, 2017(2017-09-01) (aged 65)

Venice, California, U.S.
Alma mater American Academy of Dramatic Arts
Occupation Actress, acting coach
Years active 1973–2017
Website www.elizabethkemp.com

Elizabeth Kemp (November 5, 1951 – September 1, 2017) was an American actress and acting coach.

She began her career appearing in the television series Love of Life in 1973, after having studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and at the Actors Studio under Lee Strasberg.[1] She went on to become an acting coach and faculty member of the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University.

Early life[edit]

Kemp was born in Key West, Florida, the daughter of Nancy Jean (Haycock) and Joseph Clifton Kemp, a business executive and Navy Officer/Test Pilot who was stationed at the Pentagon.[2]

She demonstrated talent as a child painter from the ages of 13 to 16, graduating from high school with a special award for Creative Achievement. At age 16, she traveled to the Rhode Island School of Design but was told to wait a year.[citation needed] She instead went to New York City and studied at The Art Students League and American Academy of Dramatic Arts, but dropped out shortly afterward.


Kemp was in the original cast of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, which began at The Actors Studio off-Broadway before it transferred to Broadway and became a long-running smash hit.[3] Her mentor, Elia Kazan, took Tennessee Williams to see Kemp in this production and when Williams was looking for the actress to play Baby Doll in the world premiere of one of his last plays, Tiger Tail.[4]

After the performance Williams gave her the part; an experience that proved to be most extraordinary, in that she worked closely with Tennessee Williams daily in developing the role.[3] In 1978, she appeared on Broadway in a minor part in Once in a Lifetime.[5]

In 1980, Kemp made her feature film debut in the horror film He Knows You’re Alone, opposite Caitlin O’Heaney and Tom Hanks.[6] Kemp received the GLAAD Award for her work on L.A. Law (1986). As a director, Kemp was responsible for many productions at The Actors Studio including The Glass Menagerie, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, and the world premier of Free Gift Inside (by Edward Allan Baker). Internationally Kemp directed The Stronger and Homesick at Strindbergs Original Intima Theater in Stockholm and Dreamstories at The Claude LeLouche Theatre Cine 13 in Paris and at La Spazia Teatro in Rome.[citation needed] Kemp became a Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio in 1975.[7]

After having appeared on several television series, such as L.A. Law, in the mid-1990s, Kemp left Los Angeles and returned to New York City, where she worked odd jobs, including waiting tables at a restaurant.[3] Shortly after, Kemp began teaching acting at the Strasberg Institute, and shortly after became a member of the Acting Faculty—and later, chair[8]— of The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University.[3][9]

At the Actors Studio Drama School, Kemp was a mentor to actor and student Bradley Cooper.[3][10] Kemp worked across the country at The California Actors Theatre in San Francisco, Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C., Center Stage in Baltimore and Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia.[citation needed]

Kemp was an Artistic Associate and tutor at 16th Street Actors Studio in Melbourne, Australia.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Kemp married actor Michael Margotta in New York City in 1984.[12] The couple separated in June 1991 and were divorced at an undetermined date.[a]


Kemp died of cancer[13][14] on September 1, 2017 in Venice, Los Angeles, aged 65.[15] Several public tributes were made to Kemp from her former students, including Bradley Cooper, Hugh Jackman, and Lady Gaga.[15] The 2018 film A Star Is Born is dedicated to her memory.



Year Title Role Notes
1980 He Knows You’re Alone Nancy
1982 The Clairvoyant Virna Nightbourne
1988 Sticky Fingers Nancy
1988 Police Story: Burnout Patricia Television film
1990 Family of Spies Kay
1990 Challenger Jane Smith Television film
1991 Murderous Vision Ellen Green Television film
1992 Mom I Can Do It Jane Morris
1992 Venice/Venice Interviewee
1995 Animal Room Shelly’s Mom
2005 Pills Margaret Nolan Short film
2012 Thanks Dad Mom Winner: Final 8 “TROPFEST”, 2012
2013 Manito: Brother’s Sacrifice Lori Short film
2014 Welcome to New York Florence
2015 Emperor of the Free World Olympias
2017 A Crack in Everything Constance Marshall


Year Title Role Notes
1973-1977 Love of Life Betsy Crawford Series regular
1979 Skyways Rosemary Episode: “Bird Strike”
1981 I Can Jump Puddles Receptionist Episode: “Getting Your Breath”
1988 Vietnam War Story Lynn Episode: “Dusk to Dawn”
1990 Thirtysomething Kate Episode: “The Distance”
1990 Eating Nancy
1991 L.A. Law Maggie Barnes Episode: “The Nut Before Christmas”
2001–3 Law & Order Laila Jacobs / Debbie Grimes Episodes: “School Daze”, “Blaze”


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Actress (11 credits)
 2013 Gone Dark
 2013/I Abducted
 2013 The Sleepy Man (Short)
Girl 1
 2013 One Small Hitch
 2012 90210 (TV Series)

No Good Deed (2012) … Carla
 2011 Dysfunctional (Short)
 2011 Spit (Short)
 2011 Blackstone (Short)
 2010 Anomie (Short)
 2010 Jezuz Loves Chaztity (Short)


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 2018/III In Transit
 2015 Unsolved (Short)
Helen Smith
 2014 Across Time I Cry (Short)
 2012 Scream, Zombie Scream
Brittany Normandy
 2012 Petunia
 2012 A Broken Code (Video)
 2011 Bright in the Dark
 2010 The Elephant in the Room (Short)
 2009 Proof of Love (Short)
 2009 Smile (Sorria) (Short)
 2009 India: A Love Story (TV Series)

Episode #1.15 (2009) … Yamuna
Episode #1.9 (2009)
Episode #1.6 (2009) … Yamuna
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (3 credits)
 2018/III In Transit (associate producer)
 2012 Petunia (executive producer)
 2010 The Elephant in the Room (Short) (co-producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2010 The Elephant in the Room (Short) (original idea)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2015 The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TV Special)
 2014 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TV Special)
Herself (uncredited)


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Actress (27 credits)
  Voyeur (post-production)
 2019 For The People (TV Series)

Episode #2.1 (2019) … Newscaster
 2019 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)
Grace Maravilla

Hitchcock & Scully (2019) … Grace Maravilla
 2018 StartUp (TV Series)

Questionable Costs (2018) … Sophia
Profit and Loss (2018) … Sophia
 2016 This Path (Short)
Detective Davis
 2016 Star Trek: Beyond
USSE Bridge Crew (uncredited)
 2015 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Alicia Ruiz

Unspoken (2015) … Alicia Ruiz
 2014/I Violeta (Short)
 2014/II Signs (Short)
 2013/I Luna (Short)
The Cop
 2013 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (TV Series)
Reporter #2

Pilot (2013) … Reporter #2
 2013 Franklin & Bash (TV Series)
Brenda Griffin

Dead and Alive (2013) … Brenda Griffin
 2007-2013 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Nurse / ER Nurse / CCU Nurse / …

Can’t Fight This Feeling (2013) … ER Nurse
Hard Bargain (2013) … Nurse
Bad Blood (2013) … CCU Nurse
Have You Seen Me Lately? (2012) … E.R. Nurse
Poker Face (2011) … OB Nurse
 2013 Scandal (TV Series)
Female Reporter

One for the Dog (2013) … Female Reporter
 2012 Castle (TV Series)

A Dance with Death (2012) … Jasmine
 2012 God’s Country
 2011 L.A. Noire (Video Game)
Female Pedestrian 14 (voice)
 2011 Fast Five
Field Reporter
 2010 K.C. (Short)
 2010 Salud (Short)
 2010 The Recipient (Short)
The Voice
 2007-2010 On the Up (TV Series)

Jose Rivera’s Winged Man (2010) … Host
Top Latinos to Watch (2008) … Host
Babies Boom Growth (2008) … Host
Young Chileans Heat Up (2008) … Host
Degli’s Millions (2008) … Host
 2009 ERA (Equal Rights for All) (Video short)
 2009 The Best Thing I Ever Ate (TV Movie)
 2008 Thinking About Evolution (Video short)
 2008 Cornelius
Aerobic Instructor (uncredited)
 2007 Maquillaje
Patty (as Arlene Cerda)

Self (8 credits)
 2018 The Talk (TV Series)
Herself – Lifestyle Expert

Donnie Wahlberg/Kyle Richards (2018) … Herself – Lifestyle Expert
 2016 The Zoo (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.37 (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2011 The Morning After (TV Series short)
Herself – Guest Host / Herself – Host

Episode #1.110 (2011) … Herself – Guest Host
Episode #1.89 (2011) … Herself – Guest Host
Episode #1.88 (2011) … Herself – Host
 2010-2011 Court Report (TV Series)

Australian Open Day 4 Highlights (2011) … Anchor
Australian Open Day 3 Highlights (2011) … Anchor
Australian Open Day 2 Highlights (2011) … Anchor
Australian Open Day 1 Highlights (2011) … Anchor
Open Court: On Court Coaching? (2010) … Anchor
 2010 U.S. Open Tonight (TV Series)

U.S. Open Day Seven (2010) … Anchor
U.S. Open Day Six (2010) … Anchor
U.S. Open Day Five (2010) … Anchor
U.S. Open Day Four (2010) … Anchor
U.S. Open Day Three (2010) … Anchor
 2007-2009 On the Up (TV Series)
Herself – Host

Slim Pickin NY Times (2009) … Herself – Host
None Loaiza (2009) … Herself – Host
Daughter for Sale (2009) … Herself – Host
Human Sleeping Bag (2009) … Herself – Host
Prodigal Politicos (2009) … Herself – Host
 2005 LATV Does Hollywood (TV Series)
Herself – Host
 2003 LATV Live (TV Series)
Herself – Host (2003-2005)


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Actress (47 credits)
 2017 Bravengers: Age of Buldgetron (Video)
The Herk
 2017 Midnight Macabre
Mistress of Macabre
 2015 The Last Apartment
 2014 The Devil’s Show
Segment Dirty Little Dead Things
 2014 Beaster Day: Here Comes Peter Cottonhell
Smoker’s girlfriend
 2013 What Am I
 2013 Breeding Farm
Kristen York
 2012 The Death Hours
Girl 2
 2012 Paranormal Captivity
Funeral Director’s Girl
 2011 Hot Naked Sex & the City (TV Movie)
 2011 The Family
 2011 Captive Audience (Video)
 2011 Fairview Falls (Video)
 2011 The Wishing Box
 2010 Forgive Me for Raping You (Video)
Bound Victim 2
 2010 Circle of Fury (Video)
 2010 The Quiet Ones
 2009 Bikini Girls on Ice
 2009 Batbabe: The Dark Nightie (Video)
Strip Club Girl
 2008 Fight Ring
 2008 The Insatiable IronBabe (Video)
 2008 The Worst Horror Movie Ever Made: The Re-Make (Video)
Lesbian Vampire
 2007 Seduction of Evil
 2007 The Most Offensive Comedy Ever Made (Video)
Fantasy Girl #4
 2006 Assmonster: The Making of a Horror Movie (Video)
Scream Queen
 2006 Requiem for a Vampire (Video)
 2006 Diary of Nightmares (Video short)
Girl in wraparound
 2005 The Infiltrators (Video)
 2005 The Ghosts of Angela Webb (Video)
Suicide Girl
 2005 The Crucifier (Video)
 2004 Jesus Christ: Serial Rapist (Video)
Wife of Pilate
 2004 Kill the Scream Queen
Humiliation Victim
 2004 Satan’s Schoolgirls (Video)
 2004 Acrimony
 2004 Dirtbags: Armpits of Metal (Video)
Sexy Classmate / Hot Tub Girl
 2002 Dirtbags (Video)


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Actress (31 credits)
  Hypnotized (post-production)
Andrew’s Widow
 2018 Duende – The Big Audition (Short) (completed)
 2018 Cuban Tales (TV Series)
Senorita Morales (2018)
 2018 Bronx SIU (TV Series)

Promises to Keep (2018) … Miriam
Meet Jimmy Blue (2018) … Miriam
All That Matters (2018) … Miriam
Enter Argon (2018) … Miriam
Can we do that? (2018) … Miriam
 2018 The Fosters (TV Series)
Maria Theresa Sinfuego

Many Roads (2018) … Maria Theresa Sinfuego
Just Say Yes (2018) … Maria Theresa Sinfuego
Makeover (2018) … Maria Theresa Sinfuego
Sanctuary (2018) … Maria Theresa Sinfuego
 2018 Assassination Nation
Diamond’s Mom
 2017 Jake’s Road
 2016 Race to Win
Therapist Jeni
 2015 Running Forever
 2015 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
Second Record Executive
 2015 A Girl Like Grace
 2015 Intruders
 2015 Pitch Perfect 2
Spanish Commentator
 2014 The Loft
Bar Slickster Girl
 2014/I Left Behind
Screaming Mom (uncredited)
 2014 Satisfaction (TV Series)

…Through Competition (2014) … Naomi
 2014 The Rickey Smiley Show (TV Series)

The Defender (2014) … Felicity
 2014 The Historian
Stacey Castillo
 2014 The Originals (TV Series)

From a Cradle to a Grave (2014) … Witch
 2013 Christmas on the Bayou (TV Movie)
Kathryn’s Assistant
 2013 Suit Up (TV Series)
Sexy Translator

The Biggest Losers (2013) … Sexy Translator
Louisiana Vengeance (2013) … Sexy Translator
 2013 Straight A’s
 2012 So Undercover
State Senator’s Girlfriend
 2012 The Great Divide
 2011 Video Girl
Gomez’s Assistant
 2011/I The Mortician
Luisa Ortiz (uncredited)
 2011/II Scorn (Short)
 2011 Seconds Apart
 2010 Treme (TV Series)

Wish Someone Would Care (2010) … Maxine

Danielle Campbell

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Danielle Campbell
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Born (1995-01-30) January 30, 1995 (age 23)

Hinsdale, Illinois, United States
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present
Notable work
The Originals
Tell Me a Story

Danielle Marie Campbell[1] (born January 30,[2] 1995[3][4]) is an American actress. She is known for film and television work, including her starring roles as Jessica Olson in the 2010 Disney Channel Original Movie StarStruck and Simone Daniels in the 2011 Disney film Prom, and as Davina Claire in the 2013 CW television drama series The Originals and Kayla Powell in the 2018 CBS All Access television psychological thriller series Tell Me a Story.

Early life[edit]

Campbell is from Hinsdale, Illinois. Her parents are Georganne and John Campbell, and she has a younger brother.[3][5] She was discovered in a hair salon in Chicago at the age of 10.[3][6][7]


Campbell’s first acting role was as a guest star in five episodes of Prison Break.[4][5] She also appeared in a nationwide commercial for Build-A-Bear Workshop[3][5] and played the character of Darla in the 2008 movie The Poker House. In 2010, she appeared in the Disney Channel television series Zeke and Luther[4] as Dani, before starring in the television movie StarStruck with Sterling Knight the same year.[3][5] Upon StarStruck’s release, she signed a development deal with Disney. She starred in the movie Prom, released on April 29, 2011, co-starring with Nicholas Braun, Nolan Sotillo, and Aimee Teegarden.[3]

In 2013, she was cast in a starring role on the television series The Originals[8][9] as a powerful sixteen-year-old witch named Davina.[5][7] In late 2013, producers of the 2015 film 16 South announced that Campbell would star in the film alongside Luke Benward.[5][10] In April 2015, Campbell shot the movie Race To Redemption in which she starred alongside Aiden Flowers and Luke Perry; the movie was released in 2016. Campbell was also cast as Ellie Reed in the 2016 television series SINs, and Maddy in the 2017 Fine Brothers production F the Prom. In March 2018, she appeared in the music video for “Better With You” by Jesse McCartney.

In 2018 Campbell had a recurring role in the second season of the Freeform television series Famous in Love. In June 2018 she was cast in a starring role in the forthcoming CBS All Access television drama series Tell Me a Story.[11]

Personal life[edit]

Campbell lives in Los Angeles, California.[12]


Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2008 The Poker House Darla
2011 Prom Simone Daniels
2012 Madea’s Witness Protection Cindy Needleman
2016 Race to Redemption Hannah Rhodes
2017 F the Prom Maddy Datner Direct-to-video film
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2006–2007 Prison Break Gracey Hollander 4 episodes
2010 Zeke and Luther Dani Episode: “Double Crush”
2010 Starstruck Jessica Olson Disney Channel Original Movie
2012 Drop Dead Diva Carla Middlen Episode: “Family Matters”
2013–2018 The Originals Davina Claire Main role (seasons 1–3); special guest star (seasons 4–5)
2017 Hell’s Kitchen Herself Episode: “Aerial Maneuvers”
2017–2018 Runaways Eiffel Recurring role; 6 episodes
2018 Famous in Love Harper Tate Recurring role;[11] 9 episodes
2018 All American Hadley Episode: Pilot[11]
2018–present Tell Me a Story Kayla Main role[11]
Music videos
Year Title Artist Role
2018 Better With You Jesse McCartney Love interest


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Actress (16 credits)
 2016 Palimpsest (completed)
Lorri Constantine
 2017/I Summerland
 2017 Reckoning
 2015-2016 The Deadersons (TV Series)
Heather Shockley

Our Town Part Deux (2016) … Heather Shockley
Nightmare of the Living Dead (2015) … Heather Shockley
Death Becomes Them (2015) … Heather Shockley
Friday Night Frights (2015) … Heather Shockley
Death Goes On (2015) … Heather Shockley
 2014/I Bloom
 2013 Wayward
 2012 Divorced Dudes
 2012 The Catastrophe at Catalina (Short)
 2011 Under the Table (Short)
 2011 Weapon (Short)
 2011 Here Goes Nothing (Short)
 2005 Black Days