TAYSHIA ADAMS

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Self (1 credit)
 2019 The Bachelor (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #23.11 (2019) … Herself – Contestant (as Tayshia)
Episode #23.9 (2019) … Herself – Contestant (as Tayshia)
Episode #23.8 (2019) … Herself – Contestant (as Tayshia)
Episode #23.7 (2019) … Herself – Contestant (as Tayshia)
Episode #23.6 (2019) … Herself – Contestant (as Tayshia)
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JaQUINLEY KERR

JaQuinley Kerr is an actress and director, known for Ryan (2016), Trinity (2008) and The Message (video short). In addition, she has toured the U.S. with the Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass, narrating and singing for their specialty concerts. She is the author of How the Light Gets In, which juxtaposes some of her poems and photographs. The…
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Actress (30 credits)
 2019 The Enemy Within (TV Series)
Office Tower Employee

The Eye of Horus (2019) … Office Tower Employee
 2019 The First Wives Club (TV Series)
Club Goer

Pilot (2019) … Club Goer
 2019 Crashing (TV Series)
Church Comedy Night Patron

The Secret (2019) … Church Comedy Night Patron (uncredited)
 2018 Creed II
VIP Spectator (uncredited)
 2018 Daredevil (TV Series)
Wealthy Guest / Business Owner

Upstairs/Downstairs (2018) … Wealthy Guest (uncredited)
No Good Deed (2018) … Business Owner (uncredited)
Resurrection (2018) … Wealthy Guest (uncredited)
 2017 Before Hollywood: Philadelphia and the Birth of the Movies (Documentary)
Lubinville Actress
 2017 How to Get Girls
Jogger
 2017/I Landline
Clubber (uncredited)
 2016 Cream (TV Mini-Series)
Funeral attendee / Organist
 2016 Ryan
Mrs. Carraway
 2015 Urban Trinity: The Story of Catholic Philadelphia (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Catholic Woman

Proving (2015) … Catholic Woman
 2014 The Message (Video short)
Dorothy
 2013/I Paranoia
Dancer (uncredited)
 2012 Jump In (Short)
Jaquinley
 2012 Silver Linings Playbook
Spectator (uncredited)
 2012 Political Animals (TV Mini-Series)
Fan / Guest

Lost Boys (2012) … Fan (uncredited)
The Woman Problem (2012) … Guest (uncredited)
 2012 All for Love (Short)
 2012 Fever: 1793 (TV Series)
Nurse

“Fever: 1793” (2012) (2012) … Nurse
 2012 Philadelphia: The Great Experiment (TV Series)
Nurse

Fever: 1793 (1790-1820) (2012) … Nurse
 2011 The Red Corvette
Lolly Pop Dancer
 2011/II Café
Dancer (uncredited)
 2010 The Bucks County Massacre
Abby (as Jaquinley Kerr)
 2007-2010 Forensic Files (TV Series documentary)
Ashley Wallace / Michelle Salerno

Freeze Framed (2010) … Ashley Wallace
Sole Survivor (2007) … Michelle Salerno
 2009 The Lovely Bones
Mall Shopper (uncredited)
 2009 The Battle of the Crooked Billet (Video documentary)
Widow
 2009 New York
Student
 2008 The Book of Caleb
Bar Patron (uncredited)
 2008/II Trinity
Jessica Valerio
 2007 Ghost Tours of New Hope (Video)
Scared Passenger
 2006 The Presenter (Short)
Student 2 (as Jaquinley Kerr)

KARA JACKSON

Kara Jackson is an actress, known for House of Cards (2013), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017) and The Enemy Within (2019).
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Actress (22 credits)
 2016 Radio Gods (TV Series) (post-production)
Maggie
 2017/I Fly Away (Short) (completed)
Girl
 2019 The Enemy Within (TV Series)
Beverly Brooks

Black Bear (2019) … Beverly Brooks
 2018 Poughkeepsie (Short)
Veronica
 2018 The Firefly and the Bride
Girlfriend
 2017 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (TV Series)
Mrs. Stapleton

Doink (2017) … Mrs. Stapleton
 2016 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Rachel Parks

The Return of Eddie (2016) … Rachel Parks
 2015 Triggerfish
Iris Melendez
 2015 El cielo es azul
Dive Bartender
 2015 One Bad Choice (TV Series)
Vicki Becker

Levi Sparks (2015) … Vicki Becker
 2014 Dead Boss (TV Movie)
Cynthia Pogy-Newell
 2014 Momsters: When Moms Go Bad (TV Series)
Wanda Holloway

A Killer Routine (2014) … Wanda Holloway
 2013 Deception (TV Series)
Reporter #2

I’ll Start with the Hillbilly (2013) … Reporter #2
 2013 House of Cards (TV Series)
Mandy Pierce

Chapter 7 (2013) … Mandy Pierce
 2012 Devoured
Kristen
 2011 American Experience (TV Series documentary)
Various / Seamstress / Child / …

Triangle Fire (2011) … Various / Seamstress / Child (voice)
Robert E. Lee (2011) … Mary Lee
 2009 Confessions of a Shopaholic
Woman Hit with Fish
 2006 Hope & Faith (TV Series)
Bar Girl

Now and Zen (2006) … Bar Girl
 1999 Homicide: Life on the Street (TV Series)
Tina Reeves

Bones of Contention (1999) … Tina Reeves

ALENA SEREDOVA

She was Miss Czech Republic in 1998 and she started a international carreer as model, in 2002 she was choosed by the Italian comedian Giorgio Panariello for his own prime-time TV show. Thanks to her amazing beauty she has became very popoular in Italy, she co-hosted many tv show, she continued her model work for the most famous italian stylist. …
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Actress (8 credits)
 2012 Una donna per la vita
Contessa
 2010 La valigia sul letto
Killer
 2008 Vip (TV Movie)
Alexandra
 2008 Un’estate al mare
Debbie
 2005 Camera Café (TV Series)

 2004 Christmas in Love
Sofia
 2003 Ho visto le stelle
Alina

BIRGITTE HJORT SORENSEN

Birgitte Hjort Sørensen was born on January 16, 1982 in Hillerød, Denmark. She is an actress, known for Automata (2014), Pitch Perfect 2 (2015) and Marie Krøyer (2012).
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Actress (29 credits)
 2018 Greyzone (TV Series)
Victoria Rahbek

A new world/En ny verden/En ny värld (2018) … Victoria Rahbek
Simone/Simone/Simone (2018) … Victoria Rahbek
Survival skills/Overlevelse/Överlevnad (2018) … Victoria Rahbek
The sacrifice/Ofret/Offret (2018) … Victoria Rahbek
Double agent/Dobbelagent/Dubbelagent (2018) … Victoria Rahbek
 2017 3 Things
Camilla
 2016 Vinyl (TV Series)
Ingrid

Alibi (2016) … Ingrid (credit only)
Rock and Roll Queen (2016) … Ingrid
E.A.B. (2016) … Ingrid
The King and I (2016) … Ingrid (credit only)
Cyclone (2016) … Ingrid
 2015 Sommeren ’92
Minna Vilfort
 2015 Game of Thrones (TV Series)
Karsi

Hardhome (2015) … Karsi
 2015 Pitch Perfect 2
Kommissar (as Birgitte Hjort-Sørensen)
 2014/I Automata
Rachel Vaucan
 2014 The Gas Man (Short)
Mia
 2014 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
KA Anna Degn

The Killings of Copenhagen (2014) … KA Anna Degn
 2014 Someone You Love
Julie
 2014 Kraftidioten
Marit
 2014 Coriolanus
Virgilia
 2013 Marple (TV Series)
Greta Anderson

Endless Night (2013) … Greta Anderson
 2013 Bluestone 42 (TV Series)
Astrid

Episode #1.3 (2013) … Astrid
 2010-2013 Borgen (TV Series)
Katrine Fønsmark

Valget (2013) … Katrine Fønsmark
Fornuft og følelse (2013) … Katrine Fønsmark
Man har et standpunkt… (2013) … Katrine Fønsmark
Faldet (2013) … Katrine Fønsmark
Fortidens sønner (2013) … Katrine Fønsmark
 2012 Marie Krøyer
Marie Krøyer
 2011/I Julie
Julie
 2011 Magi i luften
Niklas Ravns kæreste
 2010 Truth About Men
Godsejerens søns kæreste
 2009 At World’s End
Beate
 2008 Maj & Charlie (TV Series)
Sidse

Episode #1.2 (2008) … Sidse
 2008 The Candidate
Sarah
 2008 The Funeral (Short)
 2008 Alliancen (Short)
 2007 Crush (Short)
Lotte
 2007 Canoe (Short)
The girl
 2006 Three Summers (Short)
Nanna
 2005 The Eagle (TV Series)
Receptionisten

Kodenavn: Keres – Del 16 (2005) … Receptionisten

ANN ELEONORA JORGENSEN

Ann Eleonora Jørgensen was born on October 16, 1965 in Hjørring, Denmark. She is an actress, known for Italian for Beginners (2000), The Killing (2007) and Ride Upon the Storm (2017).
Actress (33 credits)
 2017-2018 Ride Upon the Storm (TV Series)
Elisabeth

Episode #2.10 (2018) … Elisabeth
Episode #2.9 (2018) … Elisabeth
Episode #2.8 (2018) … Elisabeth
Episode #2.7 (2018) … Elisabeth
Episode #2.6 (2018) … Elisabeth
 2014-2018 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Birgitte Poulsen / VPK Birgitte Poulsen

Death of the Small Coppers (2018) … Birgitte Poulsen
The Killings of Copenhagen (2014) … VPK Birgitte Poulsen
 2018 Næste Stop (Short)
Pia
 2017 Vitasminde – Plejer er død (TV Mini-Series)
Randi
 2016 All the Beauty
Sarah 51
 2013 Spies of Warsaw (TV Mini-Series)
Olga Musser

Episode #1.1 (2013) … Olga Musser
 2012 To Whom It May Concern (Short)
 2011-2012 Lykke (TV Series)
Charlotte Hornbek

Manden (2012) … Charlotte Hornbek
Hamsteren (2012) … Charlotte Hornbek
Bisonoksen (2012) … Charlotte Hornbek
Hvepsen (2012) … Charlotte Hornbek
Anden (2012) … Charlotte Hornbek
 2008 Fatso
Bordellmamma
 2007 The Killing (TV Series)
Pernille Birk Larsen

Episode #1.20 (2007) … Pernille Birk Larsen
Episode #1.19 (2007) … Pernille Birk Larsen
Episode #1.18 (2007) … Pernille Birk Larsen
Episode #1.17 (2007) … Pernille Birk Larsen
Episode #1.16 (2007) … Pernille Birk Larsen
 2007 Just Like Home
Margrethe
 2006 Kronprinsessan (TV Mini-Series)
Dansk minister

Episode #1.1 (2006) … Dansk minister
 2005 Jul i Valhal (TV Series)
Tove

Jul i Midgård (2005) … Tove
Ragnarok (2005) … Tove
Et stort hjerte (2005) … Tove
Mod fjender uden nåde (2005) … Tove
Sandhedens time (2005) … Tove
 2005 Georgisches Liebeslied (TV Movie)
Valentina
 2004 Helligtrekongersaften (TV Movie)
Olivia
 2004 Agata and the Storm
Pernille Margarethe Kierkegaard
 2004 In Your Hands
Anna
 2003 Kick’n Rush
Mathildes mor
 2002 Mountain Craze (Short)
Charlotte
 2001 Den serbiske dansker (TV Movie)
Lotte Espersen
 2001 At the Faber (TV Series)
Lene Dupont

Episode #2.4 (2001) … Lene Dupont
 2001 One Hand Clapping
Helene
 2000 Pyrus i alletiders eventyr (TV Series)
Pyrus’ fe

Alle tiders eventyr (2000) … Pyrus’ fe
 1999 Den bedste af alle verdener (Short)
Irina
 1997-1999 Taxa (TV Series)
Nina Boye-Larsen

Del 56 (1999) … Nina Boye-Larsen
Del 55 (1999) … Nina Boye-Larsen
Del 54 (1999) … Nina Boye-Larsen
Del 53 (1999) … Nina Boye-Larsen
Del 52 (1999) … Nina Boye-Larsen
 1998 On Our Own
Linda
 1997 Bryggeren (TV Mini-Series)
Ottilia

12. afsnit, 1884-1887 (1997) … Ottilia
11. afsnit, 1877-1883 (1997) … Ottilia
10. afsnit, 1870-1876 (1997) … Ottilia
9. afsnit, 1867-1870 (1997) … Ottilia
 1997 Jacobs liste (TV Movie)
Sygeplejersken
 1993 Last Round (Short)
Annika
 1993 En succes (TV Movie)
 1993 Slaget på tasken (TV Movie)
Louise

EMMA O’DRISCOLL

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Emma O’Driscoll

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Emma O’Driscoll
Born
Emma Louise O’Driscoll

(1982-03-23) 23 March 1982 (age 36)

Limerick, Ireland
Residence Ireland
Nationality Irish
Occupation Television presenter
Known for Membership of Six,
Website Emma O’Driscoll
IMDb profile
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Emma Louise O’Driscoll[1] (born 23 March 1982 in Limerick, Ireland[2]) is a former Irish pop star, turned children’s television presenter and reality television personality.

O’Driscoll rose to fame in the 2001–2002 RTÉ One television series Popstars, in which she was selected as a member of the band Six. After the band’s swift demise, O’Driscoll replaced Mary Kingston as presenter of the morning show, The Disney Club. Among other countless television appearances since then, she finished runner-up in the RTÉ reality television shows, Charity 252. She has also appeared on a stamp.

Early life[edit]

O’Driscoll was born in Limerick and raised there alongside her two sisters, Julie and Georgina and her brother, Stephen. She developed an early interest in song and dance. She has received a Blue Peter Badge and has won hip hop and freestyling championship titles in Ireland and Europe. Whilst attending the Presentation Secondary School in Sexton Street, Limerick, she began her initial move to enter Popstars. She spent her spare time in the Dominican Choir and the Bunratty Castle Singers, learning her dance skills at Shape Dancing School and as a member of the Limerick dance troupe, High Voltage. She initially wished to be a primary school teacher before she discovered she had been chosen as a member of Six. Her interest in teaching led to her working as a Special Needs Assistant in Our Lady Queen of Peace National School.[3]

Career[edit]

Six membership[edit]

Her first show as a member of Six was at the ChildLine Concert in the Point Theatre, Dublin, where she performed in front of 8000 people. Six released two multi-platinum selling singles, both of which reached #1 in the Irish Singles Chart, and also had a top five album in Ireland. Their first single, “Whole Lot of Loving” is still the fastest-selling single in Irish musical history.[4] Six did an arena tour with Westlife in England, playing a total of sixty-six shows, and two nationwide tours of Ireland.

Television[edit]

O’Driscoll was one of seven celebrities who took part in the reality series, Charity 252, performed for the People in Need Telethon in May 2004. They were given a radio station to run 14 hours per day, with cameras watching their every move, and their progress was shown each night for a week on RTÉ Network 2. She initially turned down the offer of partaking in the reality television show. The series earned her a radio slot, co-hosting the breakfast show on Live 95FM. During the Christmas period, O’Driscoll played herself in the pantomime Snow White in the University Concert Hall in Limerick.

Her time in children’s television has seen her present The Disney Club and Den Tots. She also made guest appearances on The Cafe and Dustin’s Daily News.[5][6]

In 2006, O’Driscoll featured in Celebrity Jigs ‘n’ Reels.[7]

In 2009, O’Driscoll participated in RTÉ‘s reality sports show Celebrity Bainisteoir. She bought her team to the semi-finals of the competition.[8]

In 2010, she appeared as a Guest Judge on The All Ireland Talent Show, with John Creedon for the South’s regional auditions round.

Appearance on a stamp[edit]

Marking RTÉ’s 50th anniversary in 2011, O’Driscoll appeared on a postage stamp, part of a set of three that also featured Gay Byrne and Anne Doyle.[9]

Actress (1 credit)
 2014 Rocka-Bye Island (TV Series)
Mammy O’Dear (2014)

Mammy’s Boy (2014) … Mammy O’Dear (2014)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (5 credits)
 2006 Celebrity Jigs ‘n’ Reels (TV Mini-Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #1.5 (2006) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #1.6 (2006) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #1.3 (2006) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #1.2 (2006) … Herself – Contestant
Episode #1.4 (2006) … Herself – Contestant
 2004 Inside 252 (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
 2004 The Late Late Show (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 14 May 2004 (2004) … Herself
 2002 Kelly (TV Series)
Herself – Six

Episode dated 20 September 2002 (2002) … Herself – Six (uncredited)
 2001 Popstars: Ireland (TV Series)
Herself (as Six)

 

JULIA KELLY

Julia Kelly is an actress, known for Forever Into Space (2015), E-Demon (2018) and Dean (2016).
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Actress (19 credits)
 2019 For Entertainment Purposes Only (post-production)
Spiritual Healing Student
 2018 E-Demon
Kendra Deidrick
 2018 Ghost Story Club (TV Series)
Bone Collector / Blind Barber

Crumplesnatch (2018) … Bone Collector
The Restaurant from Hell (2018) … Blind Barber
 2017 Hacking High School (TV Series)
Jenna

 2016 Single Blonde Failure (TV Series)
Mary Ann

#HugAGyno (2016) … Mary Ann
 2016 Dean
Young Mom
 2015 OKStupid (Short)
Emma
 2015/III Socks (Short)
Girllfriend
 2015 Pink Moon (Short)
Nurse
 2015 Forever Into Space
Mol Harrington-Longhetti
 2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Jennifer Catalano

Pattern Seventeen (2014) … Jennifer Catalano
 2014 Nepotism (TV Series)

VIP Slip (2014)
 2014 Deadly Sins (TV Series documentary)
AA Leader

Killing Can Be a Drag (2014) … AA Leader
 2014 Hippocampus (Short)
Julia
 2014 12 Months of June (TV Series)
Amber (2014)
 2013 Scorned: Love Kills (TV Series documentary)
Sheryl

Deadly Threesome (2013) … Sheryl
 2011 Back to the Dust (Short)
Angela
 2011 First World Problem (Video)
Regina

GILLIAN KEARNEY

Gillian began acting at school and at the Liverpool Everyman Youth Theatre. Whilst attending, as a fourteen-year-old in 1986, she landed the role of Damon Grant’s girlfriend, Debbie McGrath, in Brookside (1982). The character was originally intended to appear in just three episodes, but Debbie proved to very popular and the part went on to last …
Actress (43 credits)
 2015-2017 Emmerdale (TV Series)
Emma Barton

Episode #1.8015 (2017) … Emma Barton
Episode #1.8014 (2017) … Emma Barton
Episode #1.7980 (2017) … Emma Barton
Episode #1.7955 (2017) … Emma Barton
Episode #1.7954 (2017) … Emma Barton
 2015 Sealed with a Kiss (Short)
Ginny
 2014 Suspects (TV Series)
Tamsin Shaffer

Vigilante: Part 2 (2014) … Tamsin Shaffer
Vigilante: Part 1 (2014) … Tamsin Shaffer
 2013 Breakthrough (Short)
Judith
 2013 Harrigan
Bridie Wheland
 2013 Moving On (TV Series)
Danielle

Friends Like These (2013) … Danielle
 2012 Silent Witness (TV Series)
DI Bridges

Redhill: Part 2 (2012) … DI Bridges
Redhill: Part 1 (2012) … DI Bridges
 2011/III Macbeth
Lady Macduff
 2011 Justice (TV Mini-Series)
Louise Scanlon

Last Call for Love (2011) … Louise Scanlon
The Secret’s Out (2011) … Louise Scanlon
There But for the Grace Of… (2011) … Louise Scanlon
Like Father Like Son (2011) … Louise Scanlon
This Town (2011) … Louise Scanlon
 1991-2010 Casualty (TV Series)
Jessica Harrison / Mandy

A Better Past (2010) … Jessica Harrison
New Beginnings (2010) … Jessica Harrison (uncredited)
An Ugly Truth (2010) … Jessica Harrison
The Cradle Will Fall (2010) … Jessica Harrison
Last Roll of the Dice (2010) … Jessica Harrison
 2008 Primeval (TV Series)
Valerie Irwin

Episode #2.3 (2008) … Valerie Irwin
 2007 Lilies (TV Mini-Series)
Miss Bird

The Serpent (2007) … Miss Bird
 2007 Trial & Retribution (TV Series)
Gina Casper

Curriculum Vitae: Part 2 (2007) … Gina Casper
Curriculum Vitae: Part 1 (2007) … Gina Casper
 2005-2007 Shameless (TV Series)
Sue Garland / Sue

Episode #4.1 (2007) … Sue Garland
Episode #3.8 (2006) … Sue Garland
Episode #3.7 (2006) … Sue Garland
Episode #3.6 (2006) … Sue Garland
Episode #3.5 (2006) … Sue Garland
 2006 London to Brighton
Kelly’s next-door neighbour (uncredited)
 2006 The Lives of the Saints
Christella
 2006/II The Other Half
Holly Lamanuzzi
 2005 Where the Heart Is (TV Series)
Maria

Peaches and Cream (2005) … Maria
 2003 Sweet Medicine (TV Series)
Dr. Deborah ‘Deb’ Sweet

Episode #1.10 (2003) … Dr. Deborah ‘Deb’ Sweet
Episode #1.9 (2003) … Dr. Deborah ‘Deb’ Sweet
Episode #1.8 (2003) … Dr. Deborah ‘Deb’ Sweet
Episode #1.7 (2003) … Dr. Deborah ‘Deb’ Sweet
Episode #1.6 (2003) … Dr. Deborah ‘Deb’ Sweet
 2003/II Homecoming (Short)
Dushuri
 2002-2003 The Forsyte Saga (TV Series)
June / June Forsyte

Episode #2.4 (2003) … June Forsyte
Episode #2.3 (2003) … June Forsyte
Episode #2.2 (2003) … June Forsyte
Episode #2.1 (2003) … June Forsyte
Episode #1.6 (2002) … June
 2003 Blue Murder (TV Series)
Lesley Tulley

Cry Me a River: Part 2 (2003) … Lesley Tulley
Cry Me a River: Part 1 (2003) … Lesley Tulley
 2002 The Real Jane Austen (TV Movie documentary)
Jane Austen
 2001-2002 Clocking Off (TV Series)
Lynne Watson

Franny’s Story (2002) … Lynne Watson
The Lads (2001) … Lynne Watson
 2001 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
WPC Jay Nash

Dark Autumn (2001) … WPC Jay Nash
 2001 Murder in Mind (TV Series)
Catrin Palmer

Teacher (2001) … Catrin Palmer
 2000 In His Life: The John Lennon Story (TV Movie)
Cynthia Lennon
 2000 Hope and Glory (TV Series)
Kitty Burton

Episode #3.6 (2000) … Kitty Burton
Episode #3.5 (2000) … Kitty Burton
Episode #3.4 (2000) … Kitty Burton
Episode #3.3 (2000) … Kitty Burton
Episode #3.2 (2000) … Kitty Burton
 2000 Black Cab (TV Series)
Phil

Marriage Guidance (2000) … Phil
 1998-1999 Liverpool 1 (TV Series)
Julie Callaghan

Sweet Dreams (1999) … Julie Callaghan
A Rush of Blood to the Head (1999) … Julie Callaghan
Pause for Thought (1999) … Julie Callaghan
Nine ‘Till Five (1999) … Julie Callaghan
King of the Castle (1999) … Julie Callaghan
 1999 Sex, Chips & Rock n’ Roll (TV Mini-Series)
Ellie

Episode #1.6 (1999) … Ellie
Episode #1.5 (1999) … Ellie
Episode #1.4 (1999) … Ellie
Episode #1.3 (1999) … Ellie
Episode #1.2 (1999) … Ellie
 1998 The Things You Do for Love: Sweet Dreams (TV Movie)
Young Joan
 1998 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (TV Series)
Debra Woolmer

A Minor Operation (1998) … Debra Woolmer
 1997 The Ruby Ring (TV Movie)
Elizabeth Langley
 1996 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Susan Watkins

Frail Mortality (1996) … Susan Watkins
 1996 The Tide of Life (TV Mini-Series)
Emily Kennedy

Episode #1.3 (1996) … Emily Kennedy
Episode #1.2 (1996) … Emily Kennedy
Episode #1.1 (1996) … Emily Kennedy
 1995 Men of the World (TV Series)
Jenny

Happy Birthday Kendle (1995) … Jenny
 1991 Waterfront Beat (TV Series)
Helen

Dilemma (1991) … Helen
Acid Ship (1991) … Helen
Pick Up (1991) … Helen
E.P.O.S. (1991) … Helen
Microlights (1991) … Helen
 1990 The Final Frame (TV Movie)
Cassy
 1989 Shirley Valentine
Young Shirley
 1986-1987 Brookside (TV Series)
Debbie McGrath

Episode #1.532 (1987) … Debbie McGrath
Episode #1.531 (1987) … Debbie McGrath
Episode #1.442 (1987) … Debbie McGrath
Episode #1.438 (1987) … Debbie McGrath
Episode #1.436 (1986) … Debbie McGrath
 1987 Damon and Debbie (TV Mini-Series)
Debbie McGrath

Episode #1.3 (1987) … Debbie McGrath
Episode #1.2 (1987) … Debbie McGrath
Episode #1.1 (1987) … Debbie McGrath

EMMA BARTON

Emma Barton was born on July 26, 1977 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England as Emma Louise Barton. She is an actress, known for EastEnders (1985), Who Needs Enemies (2013) and Doctors (2000). She was previously married to Nigel Stoate.
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Actress (8 credits)
 2005-2019 EastEnders (TV Series)
Honey Mitchell / Honey

Episode dated 5 March 2019 (2019) … Honey Mitchell
Episode dated 28 February 2019 (2019) … Honey Mitchell
14 February 2019: Part Two (2019) … Honey Mitchell
Episode dated 12 February 2019 (2019) … Honey Mitchell
Episode dated 7 February 2019 (2019) … Honey Mitchell
 2016-2017 Children in Need (TV Series)
Cosette / Honey Mitchell

Episode dated 17 November 2017 (2017) … Cosette
Episode #1.37 (2016) … Honey Mitchell
 2013 Who Needs Enemies
Catherine
 2013 You, Me & Them (TV Series)
Natalie

The Funeral (2013) … Natalie
 2013 Doctors (TV Series)
Sue Maitliss

Run for Your Life (2013) … Sue Maitliss
 2010 EastEnders: Farewell Stacey (TV Movie)
Honey Mitchell
 2003 MI-5 (TV Series)
MI5 Officer 2

Episode #2.1 (2003) … MI5 Officer 2 (uncredited)
 2001 Secret History (TV Series documentary)
Bett Jones

Wartime Crime (2001) … Bett Jones