(1970-07-29) July 29, 1970
|Access Hollywood (2010-present)|
Catherine “Kit” Hoover (born July 29, 1970) is an American television personality, sportscaster and broadcast journalist, best known for her stints on Access Hollywood Live, Fox News Channel and ESPN. It was announced in September 2010 that Hoover would begin co-hosting Access Hollywood Live with Billy Bush on September 13, 2010, replacing Nancy O’Dell. Hoover attended high school in Atlanta at Marist, where she was a track star, winning three years consecutively both the mile and two mile runs.
Hoover earned a B.A. in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Hoover made her television debut as a cast member on Road Rules: USA – The First Adventure, the inaugural season of MTV‘s Road Rules in July 1995, a reality television series that followed five college-age cast members crisscrossing the country in a Winnebago.
Hoover joined Fox News in 1999 as a correspondent for Fox Broadcasting Company‘s newsmagazine FOX Files and also served as a correspondent for The Pulse and Celebrity Spotlight, and also co-hosted the latter. She also hosted FOX Rules with Kit Hoover.
Kit Hoover joined ESPN in August 2003 as co-host of ESPN2‘s innovative live morning show – Cold Pizza. Hoover, who conducted live interviews, presents features and highlights on the daily weekday two-hour program (7-9 a.m. ET), joined Cold Pizza for its launch on August 26, 2003. She became a judge on ESPN‘s reality contest, Dream Job on February 1, 2004.
Hoover became the lead Feature and Field Reporter for the Tennis events in January 2004-July 2006 as those were the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the French Open. Her role on the Tennis events was to be focusing on topics off the court and around Australia, Paris, and London as a Feature Reporter and for the Field Reporting is to give the breaking news while the Tennis match is going on and to interview the winner. She made her debut on the Tennis team on January 19, 2004.
In March 2005, she, along with Cold Pizza co-host Thea Andrews, were replaced by Dana Jacobson. Afterward, she continued her role for ESPN and continued her role on Dream Job and the tennis matches. Dream Job was cancelled on June 1, 2006. After failing to agree on a new role for her, Hoover left ESPN in September 2006.
2006 to present
From October 2006 to July 2008, Hoover was a correspondent for the TV Guide Channel.
On July 27, 2008, Kit Hoover hosted Six Flags TV at the multiple Six Flags Theme Parks around the U.S.
On August 3, 2010, Hoover made her first appearance on Shaquille O’Neal‘s sports reality television program Shaq Vs. on the début of its second season. She served as both the co-host of the show alongside Mike Goldberg, as well as the sideline reporter.
Hoover lives in California with her husband, former director of programming and acquisitions for ESPN Classic and producer Crowley Sullivan, and their two daughters Hayes and Campbell and one son, Klark.
|Born||(1986-10-27) October 27, 1986|
|Family||Linda Evangelista (cousin)|
Christine Evangelista (born October 27, 1986) is an American actress.
Life and career
In New York, Evangelista performed in several off-Broadway shows and made appearances in television episodes of Law & Order, White Collar, Royal Pains, The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, and 666 Park Avenue.
She moved to a regular role in the single season of the Spike TV series The Kill Point in 2007. In 2013, Evangelista starred as a series regular in the short-lived ABC drama series, Lucky 7, followed with a recurring role as Allison Rafferty in the NBC series Chicago Fire. As of 2016 she has a recurring role as Sherry on AMC’s The Walking Dead. As of 2017, while still appearing on The Walking Dead, Evangelista is starring as a series lead in the E! television series The Arrangement. She will be starring alongside Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Garner, Michelle Rodriguez, Lindsay Lohan, Maggie Q, Adam Copeland and Jean-Claude Van Damme in the action thriller film Harlem, set in the 1920s to the 30s.
Evangelista has appeared in a number of films. She had the leading role in the independent film Red Butterfly (2014), and later had supporting parts in films The Intern (2015) and Bleed for This (2016).
|2008||Awilda and a Bee||Winner white girl||Short film|
|2009||This Is Madness||Receptionist||Short film|
|2009||Arranged: The Musical||Christine||Short film|
|2009||The Good Guy||Brooke|
|2009||The Joneses||Naomi Madsen|
|2014||Red Butterfly||Cleo McKenna|
|2015||The Intern||ATF Creative Team|
|2016||Bleed for This||Woman in Caesar’s Hotel Room|
|2016||Long Nights Short Mornings||Natalie|
|2005||Law & Order||Lindsay Doyle||Episode: “House of Cards”|
|2006||Conviction||Alyssa Burnside||Episode: “The Wall”|
|2007||The Kill Point||Ashley Beck||Main role, 8 episodes|
|2008||Canterbury’s Law||Kathy Delgato||Episode: “Sweet Sixteen”|
|2009||Law & Order||Adrian Hemmings||Episode: “All New”|
|2010||White Collar||Veronica Naylon||Episode: “Copycat Caffrey”|
|2010||Royal Pains||Michelle||Episode: “The Hankover”|
|2010||The Good Wife||Madeleine||Episode: “Double Jeopardy”|
|2011||Blue Bloods||Jolene||Episode: “Little Fish”|
|2012||Dumb Girls||Michelle||Unsold television pilot|
|2012–2013||666 Park Avenue||Libby Griffith||2 episodes|
|2013||Lucky 7||Mary Lavecchia||Main role, 6 episodes|
|2014||Chicago Fire||Allison Rafferty||Recurring role, 5 episodes|
|2015||The Adversaries||Emma Fisher||Unsold television pilot|
|2015–2017||The Walking Dead||Sherry||4 episodes|
|2017–2018||The Arrangement||Megan Morrison||Lead role; 20 episodes|
|TBA||Erase||Noreen Rodriguez||Television film|
|2012||Alan Wake’s American Nightmare||Emma Sloan||Voiceover role|
Kim Ostrenko is an American actress with roles in 16 movies and TV shows, most recently playing Alice Connellan in Dolphin Tale (2011). She has also played a number of theater roles.
Kim Ostrenko was born and raised in Miami, Florida, where she lived with her family on a small sailboat on the Miami River until the age of five. Ostrenko graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater and has worked in theater, commercials, film and TV ever since.
She has been honored with two Carbonell Awards for Best Supporting Actress and three for Best Ensemble for her theater work. Among her more famous credits in TV and film are: Burn Notice, HBO‘s From the Earth to the Moon, Boynton Beach Club, Sex Drive and Bachelor Party 2.
- From the Earth to the Moon “For Miles and Miles” – Louise Shepard
- Boynton Beach Club – Linda
- Chat – Annie
- Dolphin Tale – Alyce Connellan
- Dolphin Tale – Alyce Connellan