Jessica Sula (born 3 May 1994)[1] is a British actress known for playing the character Grace Blood in the third generation of the British television series Skins and for her role in the M. Night Shyamalan-directed horror film Split (2016). Sula was born in Swansea to Trinidadian mother Shurla Blades, who has Afro-Hispanic and Chinese ancestry, and …
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Actress (14 credits)
  College (TV Movie) (pre-production)
Addison James
 2019 Scream: The TV Series (TV Series)

Episode #3.4 (2019) … Liv
Episode #3.5 … Liv
Episode #3.2 … Liv
Episode #3.6 … Liv
 2017/II The Lost (Short)
Tina Harmon
 2017 Godless (TV Mini-Series)
Louise Hobbs

Homecoming (2017) … Louise Hobbs
Shot the Head off a Snake (2017) … Louise Hobbs
Fathers & Sons (2017) … Louise Hobbs
Wisdom of the Horse (2017) … Louise Hobbs
 2017/I The Lovers
 2016/IX Split
 2016 Lucifer (TV Series)

 2016 Recovery Road (TV Series)
Maddie Graham

(Be)Coming Clean (2016) … Maddie Graham
Your Side of the Street (2016) … Maddie Graham
The Weaklings (2016) … Maddie Graham
Sick as Our Secrets (2016) … Maddie Graham
Heaven Backwards (2016) … Maddie Graham
 2015 Eye Candy (TV Series)

YOLO (2015)
 2014 Honeytrap
 2013 Love & Marriage (TV Series)
Scarlett Quilter

The Empty Nest (2013) … Scarlett Quilter
Who’s the Boss? (2013) … Scarlett Quilter
The Elephant in the Room (2013) … Scarlett Quilter
Secrets & Lies (2013) … Scarlett Quilter
Alarm! (2013) … Scarlett Quilter
 2011-2012 Skins (TV Series)
Grace Violet

Finale (2012) … Grace Violet
Mini and Franky (2012) … Grace Violet (voice)
Liv (2012) … Grace Violet
Franky (2012) … Grace Violet
Rich (2012) … Grace Violet
Hide Hide Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
 2018 Shyamalan Sundays (TV Mini-Series short) (special thanks – 1 episode)

Split (2018) … (special thanks)


Toni Robison-May is an actress and producer, known for Music: A Marvin Gaye Story (2013), Hurts Like Love (2011) and School Spirits (2011).
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Actress (10 credits)
 2019 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)

He Said, She Said (2019) … Alexandra
 2018 A Hunch (Short)
 2012-2013 42 Short Films on 42 Seconds of Happiness (TV Series)
Felice / Daphne

San Francisco Calling (2013) … Felice
Lost (2013) … Felice
Desperately Seeking Peter (2013) … Felice
You’re Our Guy (2013) … Felice
Friends and Family (2013) … Felice
 2013 Music: A Marvin Gaye Story (Short)
Janis Gaye
 2012 Lillian (Short)
Frances Duthu
 2011 Destiny: Unknown (Short)
Gina Grant
 2011 School Spirits (TV Series)
Caroline Rankin

Pilot (2011) … Caroline Rankin
 2011 Hurts Like Love (Short)


Jennifer Neala Page attended Rose Bruford Conservatory of Speech and Drama in London. Her career started in Theatre with credits including; Dancing At Lughnasa, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Newsrevue, Neil Labute’s Bash (for which she won a Golden Production Award), and The Really Useful Company/ Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Daisy Pulls It Off in London’s ..
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Actress (28 credits)
 2019 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)
Regina Park

He Said, She Said (2019) … Regina Park
 2019 The Kids Are Alright (TV Series)

Happy Cecil (2019) … Sabrina
 2019 You’re the Worst (TV Series)
Woman #1

The Pin in My Grenade (2019) … Woman #1
 2018 Homecoming (TV Series)

Work (2018) … Mom
 2018 9-1-1 (TV Series)

Haunted (2018) … Barbara
 2018 This Is Us (TV Series)

Katie Girls (2018) … Nurse
 2018 Dizzy Pursuit
 2018 Better Call Saul (TV Series)

Piñata (2018) … Clara
 2018 Doubting Thomas
 2016 B My Guest (TV Movie)
Nebraska Mom
 2016 Westworld (TV Series)
Cottage Mother

The Adversary (2016) … Cottage Mother
 2016 Mike & Molly (TV Series)

Weekend with Birdie (2016) … Patty
 2016 Agent Carter (TV Series)
Bletchley Girl #2

Smoke & Mirrors (2016) … Bletchley Girl #2
 2015 Front Cover
 2014 Chimeras (Short)
 2014 Head-Side Up (Short)
 2014 Taking the Lead (Short)
 2013 Starving in Hollywood (TV Series)

Transmission #6 (2013) … Company
Transmission #5 (2013) … Company
Transmission #4 (2013) … Company
Transmission #2 (2013) … Company
Transmission #1 (2013) … Company
 2013 Shazza (TV Series)

La Dee Da (2013) … Natalie
Meet the Gang (2013) … Natalie
 2012 Love Is… (Short)
Karen Smith
 2012 The Master
Winn Manchester
 2012 Living with Frankenstein (TV Series)
Mary Shelley

Dangerous Decisions (2012) … Mary Shelley
Frank Grows Up (2012) … Mary Shelley
PB Shelley (2012) … Mary Shelley
Mary Shelley (2012) … Mary Shelley
Temper, Temper (2012) … Mary Shelley
 2012 HugeOH!: A Hugo Parody (Short)
 2011 Tute Voller Kinder (Short)
 2011 William & Kate (TV Movie)
Adoring Student (uncredited)
 2011 The World of Holly Woodlands (Short)
Ginger Tobias
 2011 White Trash Swan (Short)
Billy Jo
 2007 Everything to Dance For (Video)
Hannah-dancer (as Jennifer Page)


Krista Kalmus is an actress, known for Workaholics (2011), Drew Peterson: Untouchable (2012) and Two and a Half Men (2003).
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Actress (31 credits)
  Almost Nowhere (TV Series) (post-production)
Kaitlynn Rose Shepherd
 2019 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)

He Said, She Said (2019) … Paula
 2018 Beautifully Flawed (TV Movie)
 2017 James Blondes (TV Series)
Russian Babrie #1

Blonde Sabotage (2017) … Russian Babrie #1
 2017/III Brotherly Love (Short)
 2017 Workaholics (TV Series)

Monstalibooyah (2017) … Gina
 2016 Hero of the Underworld
 2015 Atticus’ Activists (TV Series short)

Meet the Activists (2015) … Ocean
Origin of Earth and Ocean (2015) … Ocean
 2015 Chasing Life (TV Series)

The Age of Consent (2015) … Layla
 2015 Tooken
Party Girl #2
 2013 Dads (TV Series)

Oldfinger (2013) … Nurse
 2013 Vegas (TV Series)

Sons of Nevada (2013) … Gigi (uncredited)
 2012 Drew Peterson: Untouchable (TV Movie)
Brianna Cales
 2011 Charlie’s Angels (TV Series)
Tess Walters

Angels in Chains (2011) … Tess Walters
 2010 The League (TV Series)
Elevator Girl

Ramona Neopolitano (2010) … Elevator Girl
 2010 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Twanging Your Magic Clanger (2010) … Shauna
 2010 Greek (TV Series)

Pride & Punishment (2010) … Erica
 2009 The Hallway (TV Movie)
 2009 Fired Up!
 2008 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)

Woooo! (2008) … Misty
 2007 House (TV Series)
Joy the Blonde

Airborne (2007) … Joy the Blonde
 2006-2007 Veronica Mars (TV Series)
Claire Nordhouse

Poughkeepsie, Tramps and Thieves (2007) … Claire Nordhouse
Spit & Eggs (2006) … Claire Nordhouse
Lord of the Pi’s (2006) … Claire Nordhouse
Hi, Infidelity (2006) … Claire Nordhouse
President Evil (2006) … Claire Nordhouse
 2006 That Guy (TV Movie)
 2006 CSI: Miami (TV Series)

Dead Air (2006) … Chelsea
 2006 Love, Inc. (TV Series)

Fired Up (2006) … Mimi
 2005 Las Vegas (TV Series)

Fake the Money and Run (2005) … Sean
 2005 The O.C. (TV Series)

The Return of the Nana (2005) … Pixie
 2005 Quintuplets (TV Series)
Pretty Girl

Chutes and Letters (2005) … Pretty Girl
 2004 North Shore (TV Series)
Charlie Fitz / Charlene ‘Charlie’ Fitz

Bellport (2004) … Charlie Fitz
Alexandra (2004) … Charlie Fitz
Vice (2004) … Charlie Fitz
Ties That Bind (2004) … Charlene ‘Charlie’ Fitz
 2004 Bowling Balls (Video short)


Briga Heelan was born on April 2, 1987 in Andover, Massachusetts, USA as Briga Davis Heelan. She is an actress, known for Great News (2017), Love (2016) and Dean (2016). She has been married to Rene Gube since May 8, 2015. They have one child.
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Actress (21 credits)
  To Whom It May Concern (TV Series) (pre-production)

Pilot … Kate
 2019 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (TV Series)
Keri Brennan

He Said, She Said (2019) … Keri Brennan
 2017-2018 Great News (TV Series)
Katie Wendelson

Early Retirement (2018) … Katie Wendelson
The Fast Track (2018) … Katie Wendelson
Competing Offer (2018) … Katie Wendelson
Catfight (2018) … Katie Wendelson
Love Is Dead (2017) … Katie Wendelson
 2016-2017 Love (TV Series)
Heidi McAuliffe

Housesitting (2017) … Heidi McAuliffe
While You Were Sleeping (2017) … Heidi McAuliffe
The Table Read (2016) … Heidi McAuliffe
Closing Title Song (2016) … Heidi McAuliffe
Andy (2016) … Heidi McAuliffe
 2016 Dean
 2016 Go-Go Boy Interrupted (TV Series)

Number Nine (2016) … Ashley
 2016 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (TV Series)
Connie Cavanagh

That Text Was Not Meant for Josh! (2016) … Connie Cavanagh
 2015 How We Live (TV Movie)
Holly Bailey
 2015 Truth Be Told (TV Series)
Katherine / Kiki

Guess Who’s Coming to Decorate (2015) … Katherine / Kiki
 2015/I The Night Is Young
 2014-2015 Undateable (TV Series)

The Move (2014) … Nicki
My Hero Is Me (2014) … Nicki
The Switch (2014) … Nicki
Three’s a Crowd (2014) … Nicki
 2013-2015 Ground Floor (TV Series)

The Proposal – Part Two (2015) … Jennifer
The Proposal – Part One (2015) … Jennifer
The Mansfield Who Came to Dinner (2015) … Jennifer
Wicked Wedding (2015) … Jennifer
Love & Basketball (2015) … Jennifer
 2012-2015 Cougar Town (TV Series)

American Dream Plan B (2015) … Holly
My Life/Your World: Part 2 (2012) … Holly
Down South (2012) … Holly
Southern Accents (2012) … Holly
Money Becomes King (2012) … Holly
 2014 Complete Works (TV Series)
Shailene Dionne (pictured)

The Green-Eyed Monster (2014) … Shailene Dionne (pictured)
 2013 Happy Endings (TV Series)

The Ex Factor (2013) … Ryan
 2012 Jane by Design (TV Series)
Amanda Clark

The Bonus Check (2012) … Amanda Clark
The Backup Dress (2012) … Amanda Clark
The Online Date (2012) … Amanda Clark
The Second Chance (2012) … Amanda Clark
The Surprise (2012) … Amanda Clark
 2012 Counter Culture (TV Movie)
 2011 Man Up (TV Series)

Disciplining the Keens (2011) … Money
 2011 Second City This Week (TV Series)
Celebrity Guest

Hindsight Is 2012 (2011) … Celebrity Guest
 2009 Lovebot (Short)


Bellamy Young

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Amy Maria Young

(1970-02-19) February 19, 1970 (age 49)

Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Alma mater Yale University
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1994–present
Partner(s) Joshua Leonard (2000-2002)Ed Weeks (2016-2017)

Pedro Segundo (2017-present)

Website Official Website

Bellamy Young (born Amy Maria Young; February 19, 1970)[1] is an American actress and singer, best known for her role as president Melody “Mellie” Grant in the ABC drama series Scandal (2012–2018). In 2014, for her portrayal of Mellie, Young won the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

Early life[edit]

Young was born as Amy Maria Young[2] in Asheville, North Carolina, and raised by adoptive parents. She changed her name to join the Screen Actors Guild since there was another Amy Young registered,[3] and chose the name Bellamy as a tribute to her late father’s best friend, Bill, who had helped to raise her after her father died.[4]

She graduated from Asheville School in 1987.[5] She attended Yale University, majoring initially in Physics but ultimately studying English and Theatre, and graduated in 1991.[6] Young spent a summer during college at the British American Drama Academy in England.[7]



Young began her acting career in theatre. In the 1990s, she performed in a number of Broadway shows including the original production of The Life.[8][9] On Off-Broadway, Young appeared on Stephen Sondheim‘s musical Merrily We Roll Along (1994), and Randy Newman‘s Faust (1995–1996).[3][10] In 1995, Young made her television debut in a recurring role on the NBC daytime soap opera Another World as Dr. Courtney Evans.[7] She guest-starred on Law & Order in 1997 and 1998, in two different roles. In 1999 she made her film debut with a small role in the crime drama Black and White and later co-starred in several independent films. In 2000’s she began appearing in guest-starring roles on a number of television dramas and comedies, including The Drew Carey Show, The X Files, ER, Frasier, The West Wing, NCIS, Medium, Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Two and a Half Men, Supernatural, Drop Dead Diva, and Castle. From 2000 to 2011, Young made over 30 guest appearances on television shows.

Young was a regular cast member in the USA Network series Peacemakers in 2003. The show was cancelled after one season of nine episodes. She had recurring roles in the Lifetime legal drama series For the People as Deputy Dist. Atty. Agnes Hunt in 2002, on NBC period drama American Dreams as Diane Shaw in 2003, on NBC’s Scrubs as Dr. Grace Miller in 2004, as Assistant State Attorney Monica West on CBS’s CSI: Miami (2005–06), and on ABC primetime soap opera Dirty Sexy Money (2008–2009) as Ellen Darling, the eldest daughter-in-law of the Darling family. She also had a recurring role in Criminal Minds as Beth Clemmons from 2011 to 2013.[11][12]

Young at an event in October 2014

Young has appeared in supporting roles in a number of films, including We Were Soldiers (2002) and Mission: Impossible III (2006), along with independent movies like Larceny (2004), Eve of Understanding (2006), Trust Me (2007), This Is Not a Test (2008), In My Sleep (2010), The Freebie (2010), and Joint Body (2014).


In 2011 Shonda Rhimes cast Young in the recurring role of First Lady, then 2016 Republican Presidential nominee, Melody “Mellie” Grant on the ABC political thriller television series Scandal opposite Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn. Before Scandal, Young appeared in Shonda Rhimes’ Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. She appeared in every episode of the first season of Scandal and was upgraded to a series regular as of season two.[13][14] Young later said that originally her part was a minor role for the three episode recurring arc.[15]Young has received critical acclaim for her performance as Melody Grant throughout her time on the show .[16][17] The Daily Beast named her the “Breakout Star” of the show in 2014.[18] Many critics praised Young’s performance in her character’s centered episode “Everything’s Coming Up Mellie” of the third season.[19][20] Cicely K. Dyson’s review for The Wall Street Journal states: “Bellamy Young has been an amazing scene stealer for two-and-a-half seasons, and this time she finally got her chance to shine.”[21] Robert Rorke, writing for The New York Post, states that, “In Mellie, the show has its most fleshed-out character and in Young, its most compelling performer.”[22] She won a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in season three.[23] She also participated in an online Unmute conference call with thousands of her fans.[24]The series ended after seven seasons in 2018.

On May 15, 2015, Young released her first album, Far Away So Close, on iTunes.[25] The 10-song album covers songs from Pink to Fleetwood Mac.

In 2016, she starred in the crime drama film The Night Stalker directed by Megan Griffiths about the serial killer Richard Ramirez.[26][27] The following year, she had a supporting role in the independent comedy film Bernard and Huey opposite Jim Rash and David Koechner.[28][29]

In 2018, she co-starred in Disney‘s live action adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, along with Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling.[30]

Personal life[edit]

Young has been vegan since 1988 and in 2016 participated in a campaign for PETA titled, “Being Vegan Keeps Me Young”.[31][32] A long time supporter of shelter adoption, Young starred in 2 televised adverts for The Humane Society of the United States: ‘The Shelter Pet Project’ in 2015 and ‘Honestly’ in 2016.[33]

Young performing at the National Christmas Tree Lighting in Washington, D.C. in December 2015

Young is a registered Democrat. Along with several of her Scandal cast mates, Young headlined at a fundraiser event for Hillary Clinton in April 2016.[34] From August through November 2016, Young hit the campaign trail for Clinton and visited Virginia, North Carolina, Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire. As part of the Obama administration legacy, in 2016, Young appeared in ‘Women Film’ by The United States of Women along with several other public figures such as Michelle Obama, Meryl Streep and Oprah Winfrey.[citation needed] After performing at the 2015 National Christmas Tree Lighting, it was announced that in 2016 Young would be co-ambassador, along with Chelsea Clinton, of the Trust for the National Mall.[35][36]

Young is the honorary chair for the domestic violence nonprofit organization ‘Helpmate’ and has helped raise funds for victims of domestic violence.[37] In 2015, Young won Celebrity Jeopardy! and as a result won $50,000 for Operation Blankets of Love – a charity which donates blankets to animals in shelters.[38]

As a teenager, Young began to suffer from migraines and still suffers from them to this day. She became a partner with GlaxoSmithKline for Treximet, in 2015, to spread migraine awareness.[39] Young partnered with Merck & Co., in November 2016, to help educate people on the importance of biomarker testing in non-small cell lung cancer, the disease that killed her adopted father.[40]



Year Title Role Notes
1999 Black and White Bellamy Uncredited
1999 Picture This Monique
2001 Mission Sandy
2002 Swatters Mary Dolan
2002 We Were Soldiers Catherine Metsker
2004 Larceny Kiki
2005 Darcy’s Off-White Wedding Donatella Short film
2006 Eve of Understanding Cassie
2006 Mission: Impossible III Rachael
2007 Simple Things Terry Hudson Also executive producer
2007 Trust Me Carrie
2008 One, Two, Many Jennifer
2008 This Is Not a Test Teresa
2009 Tender as Hellfire Cheryl Short film
2010 The Freebie Jessica
2010 In My Sleep Olivia
2010 Pound of Flesh Daniella Melville
2011 Joint Body Jane Chapman
2012 Last Day on Earth Pamala
2012 The Cottage Annie Also executive producer
2015 Day Out of Days Rebecca
2016 Offer & Compromise Karen
2016 The Night Stalker Kit Fellows [41]
2017 Bernard and Huey Aggie
2018 A Wrinkle in Time Camazotz Woman [42]


Year Title Role Notes
1995 Another World Dr. Courtney Evans Recurring role
1997 Law & Order Ellen O’Brien Episode: “Blood”
1998 Law & Order Stephanie Harker Episode: “True North”
2000 The Drew Carey Show Bridget Episode: “The Gang Stops Drinking”
2000 Nash Bridges Diana Carr Episode: “The Messenger”
2000 The X-Files Attorney Janet Wilson Episode: “Redrum
2001 The District Bethany Fortoro Episode: “To Serve and Protect”
2001 ER Grace Episode: “If I Should Fall from Grace”
2002 Frasier Lisa Episode: “Three Blind Dates”
2002 For the People Deputy Dist. Atty. Agnes Hunt Recurring role
2003 Peacemakers Twyla Gentry Main role, 9 episodes
2003 American Dreams Diane Shaw Episodes: “Another Saturday Night”, “Life’s Illusions”, “Rescue Me”
2004 The West Wing MaryLou Meriwether Episode: “The Stormy Present”
2004 NCIS A.T.F. Special Agent Melinda Stone Episode: “Split Decision”
2004, 2009 Scrubs Dr. Miller Recurring role, 6 episodes
2004 Strong Medicine Erin Berman Episode: “Code”
2005 North Shore Mrs. Lasser Episode: “Shark”
2005 Medium Kate Emery Episode: “Judge, Jury and Executioner”
2005 Vision of a Murder Tina Moore Television film
2005–2006 CSI: Miami Assistant State Attorney Monica West Recurring role, 6 episodes
2007 Close to Home Sarah Paulson Episode: “Road Rage”
2007 Grey’s Anatomy Kathy Episodes: “The Other Side of This Life: Parts 1 & 2”
2007 Boston Legal Cynthia Nichols Episode: “Beauty and the Beast”
2007 Private Practice Kathy Episode: “In Which Charlotte Goes Down the Rabbit Hole”
2007 Cold Case Audrey Metz (1938) Episode: “World’s End
2007–2008 Dirty Sexy Money Ellen Darling Recurring role, 9 episodes
2008 Two and a Half Men Diane Episode: “The Mooch at the Boo”
2008 Knight Rider Amy Clark Episode: “Knight Rider”
2008 Mask of the Ninja Gina Television film
2009 Knight Rider Amy Clark Episode: “Fly by Knight”
2009 Trust Me Carrie Taylor Episode: “But Wait, There’s More”
2009 Ghost Whisperer Lucy Stanton Episode: “Cursed”
2009 Supernatural Sarah / Lucifer Episode: “Sympathy for the Devil”
2010 Edgar Floats Jennifer Wade TV pilot
2010 Drop Dead Diva Emily Parcellas Episode: “The Long Road to Napa”
2010 The Mentalist Melanie Ayers Episode: “Cackle-Bladder-Blood”
2010 Law & Order: LA Monica Jarrow Episode: “Playa Vista”
2011 Working Class Brooke Episode: “The Dance”
2011 United States of Tara Bridgette Episodes: “The Full F**k You Finger”, “Wheels”
2011 Castle Candace Ford Episode: “Pretty Dead”
2011 The Protector Skylar Brenn Episode: “Wings”
2011–2013 Criminal Minds Beth Clemmons Recurring role, 7 episodes
2012 Franklin & Bash Margaret Pollack Episode: “L’affaire Du Coeur”
2012–2018 Scandal Melody “Mellie” Grant Main role
Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (2014)
2014 Hell’s Kitchen Herself Dining room guest, Season 13; Episode: “5 Chefs Compete”
2015 Jeopardy! Celebrity contestant[38]
2017 Lip Sync Battle Episode: “Matt McGorry vs. Bellamy Young”
2019 Whiskey Cavalier Karen Pappas Episode: “The Czech List”
2019 Heartstrings TBA Episode: “Down from Dover”[43]


Year Production Role Notes
1997 The Life Mary Ethel Barrymore Theatre


Alia Seror-O’Neill is an actress, known for Thor: Ragnarok (2017), Gods of Egypt (2016) and Whiskey Cavalier (2019).
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Actress (5 credits)
  Gelateria (completed)
 2019 Whiskey Cavalier (TV Series)
Beer Delivery Woman

The Czech List (2019) … Beer Delivery Woman
 2017 Thor: Ragnarok
Golden Lady #1 (as Alia Seror O’Neil)
 2017 Decorum (Short)
 2016 Gods of Egypt
First Young Maidservant


Nansi Nsue is an Afro-Spanish actress known for her roles in the award winning web-series Dear Jesus, How to talk to Girls at Parties, Autopsy:The last hours of Bobbi Kristina Brown and most recently TRUMP Her work on “Shards” was screened at the BFI delivered by the NFTS Her acting career started age 18 in Belfast, Northern Ireland when she got her…


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Actress (31 credits)
 2019 TRUMPED (completed)
Angela / Val
 2016 Thoughts (TV Short) (completed)
 2019 Whiskey Cavalier (TV Series)
Hana Novak

The Czech List (2019) … Hana Novak
 2018 Dead Destination
Private Kiya Nakasher
 2018 Evolution of Us (Short)
 2017 BBC Learning: La Poli (TV Mini-Series)
Officer Lucia
 2017 How to Talk to Girls at Parties
Melissa (1st Colony)
 2017 Gone Dark (Short)
Gina Estovar
 2016/II Shards (Short)
 2016/VII Spark
Ashley Branson
 2016 Star Gods of Terra
Queen Lumeria
 2016 Autopsy: The Last Hours of (TV Series documentary)
Bobbi Kristina Brown

Bobbi Kristina Brown (2016) … Bobbi Kristina Brown
 2015 Invisibles UIT (TV Series)
Jana (2016-)
 2014-2015 Dear Jesus (TV Series)

Wizardry & Witchcraft (2015) … Jade
Resurrect You & Kill You Again (2015) … Jade
Who’s the Bitch Now? (2015) … Jade
I’m Going to Kiss You Now (2015) … Jade
Bitch, Bitch & More Bitch (2015) … Jade
 2014 Suspects (TV Series)

Vigilante: Part 2 (2014) … SOCO / CID
 2014 Return of the Habsburgs (Short)
 2014 The Ninth Cloud
Party Guest
 2014 Ridley’s Corner (Short)
 2014 Persona (TV Series)

Cleaner (2014) … Beau-Tey
 2014 Jester’s Luck (Short)
 2012/I Nice Guy
 2012 Magic Boys
 2012 Skimming the Overflow (Short)
 2011 Flash Prank (TV Series)
Body / Various

Episode #1.2 (2011) … Body
Episode #2.6 (2011) … Various
 2011 Song of King Solomon
Harem (as Nansi Mba Nuse)
 2011 Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (TV Series)

Episode #2.4 (2011) … Nurse
 2011 The Perfect Love Song
Aspiring Actress
 2010 Bashment
 2010 Thorne: Sleepyhead (TV Mini-Series)
Alice’s friend
 2010/I Physical Education (Short)
School Girl


Macarena García was born on April 26, 1988 in Madrid, Madrid, Spain as Macarena García de la Camacha Gutiérrez-Ambrossi. She is an actress, known for Holy Camp! (2017), Palm Trees in the Snow (2015) and Blancanieves (2012).»
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Actress (24 credits)
 2019 A pesar de todo (completed)
 2018-2019 A Different View (TV Series)

Episode #2.12 (2019) … Manuela
Episode #2.11 (2019) … Manuela
Episode #2.10 (2019) … Manuela
Episode #2.9 (2019) … Manuela
Episode #2.8 (2019) … Manuela
 2017 Holy Goalie
 2017 The Ministry of Time (TV Series)
Lola Mendieta joven

Entre dos tiempos (2017) … Lola Mendieta joven
Contratiempos (2017) … Lola Mendieta joven
Tiempo de verbena (2017) … Lola Mendieta joven
Refugiados en el tiempo (2017) … Lola Mendieta joven
El cisma del tiempo (2017) … Lola Mendieta joven
 2017 Holy Camp!
María Casado
 2017 Joaquín Sabina: Lo niego todo (Video short)
 2016 A Stroke of Luck
 2016 Extraños en la carretera (Short)
 2016 Paquita Salas (TV Series)
Macarena García

Casada con esto (2016) … Macarena García
 2014-2015 B&b, de boca en boca (TV Series)
Sonia Balboa Bermejo

Pablo Balboa y Clara Bornay se van a divorciar (2015) … Sonia Balboa Bermejo
El lapsus de Pablo Balboa (2015) … Sonia Balboa Bermejo
Hugo Herrero es el perseguido por la policía (2015) … Sonia Balboa Bermejo
La noche más larga de Candela (2015) … Sonia Balboa Bermejo
 2015 La española inglesa (TV Movie)
 2014 They Are All Dead
 2013 Para ver y sentirlo (Video short)
 2013 Niños robados (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.2 (2013) … Violeta
Episode #1.1 (2013) … Violeta
 2012-2013 Luna, el misterio de Calenda (TV Series)

Para siempre (2013) … Vera
Atrapados (2013) … Vera
La noche de luna llena (2013) … Vera
El confidente (2013) … Vera
Corazonadas (2013) … Vera
 2012 Blancanieves
Carmen / Blancanieves
 2010-2012 Love in Difficult Times (TV Series)
Consuelo Muñoz

Episode #7.95 (2012) … Consuelo Muñoz
Episode #7.94 (2012) … Consuelo Muñoz
Episode #7.93 (2012) … Consuelo Muñoz
Episode #7.92 (2012) … Consuelo Muñoz
Episode #7.91 (2012) … Consuelo Muñoz
 2011 Punta Escarlata (TV Series)
Raquel Solís

La maldición del fin del mundo (2011) … Raquel Solís
La duda (2011) … Raquel Solís
El monstruo que habita en los hombres (2011) … Raquel Solís
La sombra (2011) … Raquel Solís
El bosque (2011) … Raquel Solís
 2009-2011 Hospital Central (TV Series)
Sol Martínez / Cristina

Miedo y osadía (2011) … Sol Martínez
Salvar vidas (2011) … Sol Martínez
Permutaciones (2009) … Cristina
 2010 The Boarding School (TV Series)

La última dosis (2010) … Gema (as Macarena García de la Camacha)
El principio del fin (2010) … Gema (as Macarena García de la Camacha)
El último deseo (2010) … Gema (as Macarena García de la Camacha)
Los tres pétalos (2010) … Gema (as Macarena García de la Camacha)
El centro de la tierra (2010) … Gema (as Macarena García de la Camacha)
 2010 El pacto (TV Mini-Series)
Ana Alcides

Episode #1.2 (2010) … Ana Alcides
Episode #1.1 (2010) … Ana Alcides
 2005 Notes sur le boule amorphe (Short)

Self (23 credits)
 2019 Todo es mentira (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode #1.12 (2019) … Herself – Interviewee
 2013-2019 Días de cine (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode dated 18 January 2019 (2019) … Herself – Interviewee
Episode dated 19 October 2017 (2017) … Herself – Interviewee
Episode dated 28 September 2017 (2017) … Herself – Interviewee
Episode dated 29 May 2014 (2014) … Herself – Interviewee
Episode dated 27 June 2013 (2013) … Herself – Interviewee
 2018 Premios Goya 32 edición (TV Special)
Herself – Audience Member
 2017 MasterChef Celebrity (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #2.5 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2017 Dani & Flo (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode #1.149 (2017) … Herself – Interviewee
 2017 El hormiguero (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Macarena García y Anna Castillo (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2017 Premios Goya 31 edición (TV Special)
Herself – Presenter
 2016 90 Minuti (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode #1.67 (2016) … Herself – Interviewee
 2015 Los Goya 29 edición (TV Special)
Herself – Presenter
 2015 XX Premio Cinematográfico José María Forqué (TV Special)
Herself – Audience Member
 2014 Versión española (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #17.1 (2014) … Herself – Guest
 2014 Divendres (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode #5.178 (2014) … Herself – Interviewee
 2014 En el aire con Andreu Buenafuente (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

 2014 Los Goya 28 edición (TV Special)
Herself – Presenter
 2013 El programa de Ana Rosa (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 16 October 2013 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2013 Premios Fotogramas de Plata 2012 (TV Special)
Herself – Accepting Award for Best Foreign Film
 2013 Gente (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode dated 17 February 2013 (2013) … Herself – Interviewee
 2013 Los Goya 27 edición (TV Special)
Herself – Winner
 2013 XVIII Premio Cinematográfico José María Forqué (TV Special)
Herself – Nominee
 2012 Cinema 3 (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode dated 27 September 2012 (2012) … Herself – Interviewee
 2010 Pasapalabra (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode dated 31 January 2010 (2010) … Herself – Contestant
Episode dated 29 January 2010 (2010) … Herself – Contestant
Episode dated 28 January 2010 (2010) … Herself – Contestant
 2008 Operación triunfo (TV Series)
Herself – Musical Guest

Gala 14 (2008) … Herself – Musical Guest


Belén Rodríguez was born on September 20, 1984 in Buenos Aires, Argentina as Maria Belen Rodriguez Cozzani. She is an actress, known for Don Matteo (2000), Non c’è 2 senza te (2015) and Se sei così ti dico sì (2011). She was previously married to Stefano De Martino
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Actress (8 credits)
 2016 Don Matteo (TV Series)

La Colpa (2016) … Celeste
 2012 Gladiators of Rome
Diana (voice)
 2011 Se sei così ti dico sì
Talita Cortes
 2011 Inspector Montalbano (TV Series)
Dolores Alfano

Il campo del vasaio (2011) … Dolores Alfano
 2011 The Witch (Short)
Ratón (as Belen Rodriguez)
 2010 Natale in Sudafrica
 2009 Cosi fan tutte (TV Series)

Episode dated 18 September 2009 (2009)

Self (14 credits)
 2018 Sálvame Deluxe (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Primeras declaraciones de Arantxa Sánchez Vicario tras su divorcio (2018) … Herself – Panelist (as Belen Rodriguez)
 2017 Grande Fratello VIP (TV Series)

Episode #2.5 (2017) … Herself
 2016 Sálvame (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Episode dated 23 September 2016 (2016) … Herself – Panelist (as Belen Rodriguez)
Episode dated 1 August 2016 (2016) … Herself – Panelist (as Belen Rodriguez)
 2014 Tú sí que vales (TV Series)
Herself – Host
 2013-2014 Le invasioni barbariche (TV Series)

Episode dated 7 February 2014 (2014) … Herself
Episode dated 30 January 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2012 Domenica Cinque (TV Series)

Episode dated 11 November 2012 (2012) … Herself (as Belen Rodriguez)
 2011-2012 Colorado (TV Series)
Herself – Tv Host

1° live show 2012 (2012) … Herself – Tv Host
1° live show 2011 (2011) … Herself – Tv Host
 2009 Italia’s Got Talent (TV Series)
Herself – Host (2012-2013)
 2009 Buona la prima! (TV Series)
Herself – Ospite

Il mio amico Daniele (2009) … Herself – Ospite
 2008 Quelli che… il calcio (TV Series)

Episode #16.15 (2008) … Herself
Episode #16.14 (2008) … Herself
Episode #16.13 (2008) … Herself
Episode #16.12 (2008) … Herself
Episode #15.33 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Porta a porta (TV Series)

Episode dated 10 December 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 L’isola dei famosi (TV Series)
Herself – Celebrity

Reunion (2008) … Herself – Celebrity
Episode #6.11 (2008) … Herself – Celebrity
Episode #6.10 (2008) … Herself – Celebrity
Episode #6.9 (2008) … Herself – Celebrity
Episode #6.8 (2008) … Herself – Celebrity
 2008 Pirati (TV Series)

Episode dated 17 April 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2003 Super M (TV Series)

Episode #2.2 (2003) … Herself (as María Belén Rodriguez)