Camila Cabello

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Camila Cabello

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Camila Cabello
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Background information
Birth name Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao
Born (1997-03-03) March 3, 1997 (age 20)
Havana, Cuba[1][2]
Origin Miami, Florida, US
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2012–present
Labels
Associated acts Fifth Harmony

Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao (/kəˈb/; born March 3, 1997),[3][4] better known as Camila Cabello, is a Cuban-born American singer and songwriter. As part of the girl group Fifth Harmony, Cabello and her bandmates released one EP and two studio albums. Her departure from the group was announced in December 2016. As a lead artist, Cabello has released two singles which entered the top 20 on the US Billboard Hot 100: “I Know What You Did Last Summer” with Shawn Mendes and “Bad Things” with Machine Gun Kelly, with the latter reaching number four. In May 2017, Cabello released “Crying in the Club” as the lead single from her forthcoming debut solo album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.

Early life

Cabello was born in Cojimar, Habana del Este, Cuba[5] to Sinuhe and Alejandro Cabello. For most of her early life, she and her family moved back and forth between Havana and Mexico City, Mexico (her father’s native country), before relocating to Miami, Florida at age 5.[5]

Career

2012–2016: The X Factor and Fifth Harmony

Camila Cabello auditioned for The X Factor in Greensboro, North Carolina.[6] After elimination during the “bootcamp” portion of the process in Miami, Florida, Cabello was called back to the stage along with four other female contestants to form the girl group that would later become known as Fifth Harmony.[7] They signed a joint deal with Syco Music, owned by Simon Cowell, and Epic Records, L.A. Reid‘s record label, after finishing in third place on the show.[8][9]

The group released the EP Better Together (2013) along with the studio albums Reflection (2015) and 7/27 (2016).[10] From 2013 through the end of 2016, Cabello performed in various Fifth Harmony tours.

On December 18, 2016, the group announced Cabello’s departure.[11][12][13] She appeared in a previously taped performance with the group on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.[14]

2016–present: Solo career

In November 2015, Cabello released a duet with Canadian singer Shawn Mendes titled “I Know What You Did Last Summer“,[15] a song they wrote together.[16] The single charted at number 20 in the US and 18 in Canada,[17] and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[18] On October 14, 2016, Cabello released a joint single with American rapper Machine Gun Kelly called “Bad Things“,[19] which reached a peak of number four on the US Billboard Hot 100.[20] Cabello was included on Times “The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2016” list.[21]

On January 25, 2017, “Love Incredible“, a collaboration with Norwegian DJ Cashmere Cat leaked online.[22] The official version of the song was released on February 16, 2017.[23] It is set to be released on Cashmere Cat’s upcoming album, 9.

Cabello is featured in “Hey Ma“, a collaboration with Pitbull and J Balvin for The Fate of the Furious: The Album. The “Hey Ma” (Spanish Version) single and music video were released on March 10, 2017.[24] The English version of the song was released on April 6, 2017.[25]

Cabello announced the title of her forthcoming solo album, as well as the first single’s release date. The singer posted on social media about the story behind the entire project: “[The album] is the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when i was lost to a time when i found myself again.”[26] The album is called The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving; its lead single “Crying in the Club“, co-written by Cabello, Sia, Benny Blanco, Cashmere Cat and Happy Perez, debuted on May 19, 2017.[27] Cabello performed the song for the first time at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in May 2017.[28]

Philanthropy

On February 28, 2016, Cabello announced she had partnered with Save the Children to design a limited-edition “Love Only” T-shirt to help raise awareness of issues involving girls’ equal access to education, health care and opportunities to succeed.[29] In June 2016, Cabello with producer Benny Blanco and members of the nonprofit arts organization OMG Everywhere, helped to create the charity single “Power in Me”.[30]

Cabello has also partnered with the Children’s Health Fund, a non-profit dedicated to providing healthcare to low-income children.[31]

Discography

Albums

Filmography

Year Name Role Notes
2012–13 The X Factor U.S. Herself 22 episodes (2012)
Guest: 1 episode (2013)
2014 Faking It Herself Episode: “The Ecstasy and the Agony”
2015 Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse Herself Episode: “Sisters’ Fun Day”
2016 The Ride Herself Episode: Fifth Harmony: The Ride
Immigration Rights Herself Total Registration Live MTV

KIMBERLY HOWE

 

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 SUPER TROOPERS TWO GROUPIE (OPENING SCENE)

2016 PATRIOT’S DAY INJURED VICTIM

2016 BLEED FOR THIS DOREEN’S FRIEND

2016 THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR SCHOOL GIRL #4

2016 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE WAITRESS

2015 TED 2 WEDDING GUEST

2015 UNFINISHED BUSINESS PILLOW FIGHT GIRL

2014 PORTICO BELLA

2014 THE EQUALIZER RUSSIAN PATRON

2014 SEX TAPE  ANNIE’S COLLEGE FRIEND

2013 GROWN UPS 2 SORORITY GIRL

2009 GHOSTS OF GIRLFRIENDS PAST EX-GIRLFRIEND

 

 

 

Amanda Clayton

Amanda Clayton

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Amanda Clayton
Born October 1981
Johnston, Rhode Island, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Amanda Clayton is an American actress best known for her role as Alex Mongomery in the Oprah Winfrey Network prime time soap opera, If Loving You Is Wrong.

Life and career[edit]

Clayton was born in Johnston, Rhode Island. She studied at the University of Rhode Island and later moved to New York City to attend New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2005.[1]

In 2012, Clayton landed the supporting role of Sarah Carter in the Disney adventure film John Carter.[1][2][3]

In 2014, Clayton was cast as one of leads in the Oprah Winfrey Network series If Loving You Is Wrong.[2][4] Later that year, she was cast opposite Miles Teller and Katey Sagal in the biographical drama film Bleed For This about boxer, Vinny Pazienza.[5]

In addition to Bleed For This, Clayton is the female lead in two additional feature-length films set for release in 2016, the comedy, The Bet and the drama, Bad Frank.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2006 December Ends Nicole
2006 Goomar Goomar Short film
2010 Two Years Short film Short film
2012 John Carter Sarah Carter
2012 Little Red Elephant Riley Short film
2016 The Bet Amanda Morrison
2016 Bleed for This Doreen Pazienza
2016 Bad Frank Gina Pierce

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Mentalist Kelly Burbage Episode: “Red Dawn”
2012 Rizzoli & Isles Valentina Smith Episode: “Over/Under”
2013 Victorious Tilda Episode: “The Slap Fight”
2013 Dirty Dead Con Men Lori Pilot
2014 The Soul Man Sandi Episode: “Back in the Day”
2014–present If Loving You Is Wrong Alex Series regular
2015 Constantine Renee Episode: “Quid Pro Quo”

PORTLAND HELMICH

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 THE WIZARD OF LIES  REPORTER

2017 BLEED FOR THIS REPORTER

2016 THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR  MODERATOR

2016 KATIE FfORDE – WARUM HAB ICH JAB JA GESALT?

2013 THE NEWSROOM (TV SERIES) MOLLY SADLER

2004 LIZZIE BORDEN HAD AN AXE

 

Kristen Connolly (UPDATE)

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Kristen Connolly

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Kristen Connolly
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Connolly in 2014
Born (1980-07-12) July 12, 1980 (age 36)
Montclair, New Jersey, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present

Kristen Nora Connolly (born July 12, 1980) is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Dana in the 2012 film The Cabin in the Woods, and Christina Gallagher on the Netflix series House of Cards.[1] She can currently be seen on the CBS series Zoo.

Career[edit]

Connolly began her career with recurring roles on several CollegeHumor digital shorts. She appeared as an extra on the films Mona Lisa Smile, Meet Dave, and The Happening. She has also appeared on two CBS daytime soap operas with recurring roles on Guiding Light and As the World Turns.

She first gained mainstream recognition in 2012, after starring as the main protagonist Dana in the Joss Whedon/Drew Goddard film The Cabin in the Woods. She also starred in the horror film The Bay. In 2013, she had a starring role as Christina Gallagher on the Netflix series House of Cards alongside Kevin Spacey.[2] On September 1, 2014 the A&E Houdini miniseries premiered with 3.7 million viewers, Connolly plays Bess Houdini with Academy Award winning Adrien Brody playing Harry Houdini.[3] Connolly also portrays Jamie, a passionate journalist in the CBS drama-thriller series Zoo[4] and co-starred as Lena in the drama series The Whispers.[5] In 2014 she portrayed Petra Anderson in the drama thriller film A Good Marriage, based on Stephen King‘s short story of the same name.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Mona Lisa Smile Art History Student
2008 Revolutionary Road Mrs. Brace
2008 The Happening Woman Reading on the Bench
2008 Meet Dave Make-Out Girl
2009 Confessions of a Shopaholic Woman Who Wins Green Scarf Bid
2012 The Bay Stephanie
2012 The Cabin in the Woods Dana Polk
2012 Ex-Girlfriends Laura
2014 A Good Marriage Petra Anderson
2014 Worst Friends Zoe

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 New Amsterdam Fanny Episode: “Honor”
2008 Guiding Light Jolene 16 episodes
2008 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Miranda/Teresa Episode: “Vanishing Act”
2008–09 As the World Turns Josie Anderson 39 episodes
2009 Life on Mars Donna Episode: “Let All The Children Boogie”
2009 Nurse Jackie Mrs. Vogal Episode: “School Nurse”
2009 Mercy Carey Whitlow Episode: “You Lose Me with the Cinderblock”
2010 Superego Josey Television movie
2011 The Good Wife Maggie Reeves Episode: “Get a Room”
2013–14 House of Cards Christina Gallagher 17 episodes
2014 Houdini Bess Houdini 2 episodes
2015 The Whispers Lena Lawrence 10 episodes
2015–present Zoo Jamie Campbell 26 episodes
2017 The Wizard of Lies Stephanie Madoff Television film

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2013 Online Film & Television Association Award Most Cinematic Moment The Cabin in the Woods Shared with Fran Kranz “The Elevators Open”. Nominated [7]

Tisha Campbell-Martin

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Tisha Campbell-Martin

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Tisha Campbell-Martin
Born Tisha Michelle Campbell
(1968-10-13) October 13, 1968 (age 48)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.
Education Newark Arts High School
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1977–present
Spouse(s) Duane Martin (m. 1996)
Children 2
Musical career
Genres R&B, hip hop
Labels Capitol, EMI
Associated acts Tichina Arnold

Tisha Michelle Campbell-Martin (born October 13, 1968) is an American actress and singer. She is known for her starring roles in the FOX television series, Martin, as Regina “Gina” Waters-Payne from 1992–97; and as Janet “Jay” Marie Johnson-Kyle on the ABC television sitcom, My Wife and Kids, from 2001–05. [1]

Early life[edit]

Campbell was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and raised in Newark, New Jersey, where she attended Newark Arts High School.[2] Her mother, Mona (née Raye) Shockley (now known as Mona Washington), was an African-American nurse, talent manager, gospel singer, and vocal coach. Her father, Michael, was an African-American factory worker and singer, and as a chess master, works with underprivileged children on both the east and west coast.[3] Her parents encouraged her love for music. Tisha has an older brother, three younger brothers,[3] and a younger sister.

Career[edit]

Campbell’s first TV appearance was at the age of 6, in a 1974 episode of the PBS show, The Big Blue Marble.[3] As a child, she won many talent shows, going on to appear in such children’s programs as Kids Are People Too, Unicorn Tales, and Captain Kangaroo. At age 18, she performed in the musical feature film, Little Shop of Horrors as Chiffon, one of The Supremes-like girl-group Greek Chorus, along with future Martin co-star, Tichina Arnold.[4]

After graduating from the Arts High School in Newark, she moved to Hollywood, where she became a star on the short-lived series, Rags to Riches. She also starred in School Daze as Jane Toussaint.[4] In 1992, Campbell released her debut album, Tisha, which was a moderate success, selling 40,000 copies. Two singles received minor airplay on the R&B stations: “Push”, which was co-written and produced by Campbell’s’ friend, Vanilla Ice, and “Love Me Down”.[5]

From 1992–1997, she starred alongside Martin Lawrence in the FOX series, Martin. However, in the final season, she filed a lawsuit against Lawrence on the counts of sexual harassment both on and off set. She won the lawsuit and would never again be on the same set with Lawrence.

She contributed vocals for the soundtrack of her 1997 film, Sprung, singing on the remake of “Don’t Ask My Neighbor” with her Martin co-star Tichina Arnold.[4] She appeared in several music videos in the 1990s and 2000s, including two for Will Smith (“Will 2K” and “Wild Wild West“) and Toni Braxton (“You’re Makin’ Me High”). She is a member of the American Film Institute and the Writer’s Boot Camp. She then produced the film short A Luv Tale about two women who fall in love with each other. The film won many awards, including the Audience Choice Award at the Black Hollywood Film Festival.[citation needed]

Campbell made guest appearances on Everybody Hates Chris. She later played Janet “Jay” Kyle on My Wife and Kids.[6] After My Wife and Kids, Campbell became a part of the sitcoms, Rita Rocks and The Protector. In 2012, Campbell starred in Mindless Behavior‘s music video, “Hello”, starring as Prodigy’s mom. In 2015, she began playing Damona on Dr. Ken, starring Ken Jeong.[7]

On September 21, 2015, she released the single, “Steel Here”.[8] On February 24, 2016, Campbell released the single, “Lazy Bitch”, as well as an accompanying video, where she featured her friend, Tasha Smith.[9]

Personal life[edit]

On August 17, 1996,[10] she married actor-turned-real estate developer Duane Martin. The couple have two sons.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1977 The Magnificent Major Daisy Bunsen Short film
1980 The Me Nobody Knows Lillie-Mae Television film
1986 Little Shop of Horrors Chiffon
1988 School Daze Jane Toussaint
1988 Heart and Soul Jamie Sinclair Television film
1989 Rooftops Amber
1990 House Party Sidney
1990 Moe’s World Jiwanda Television film
1990 Another 48 Hrs. Amy Smith
1991 House Party 2 Sidney
1992 Boomerang Yvonne
1994 House Party 3 Sidney
1996 Snitch Steimer
1996 Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco Sledge Voice
1997 Sprung Brandy
1998 The Sweetest Gift Ruby Wilson Television film
2001 Down to Earth Woman in audience
2002 The Last Place on Earth Ann Field
2008 Zack and Miri Make a Porno Delaney’s Wife
2009 Pastor Brown Amanda Carlton
2010 Wright vs. Wrong Sasha
2011 Lemonade Mouth Jenny Reznick Television film
2016 Rush Hour 4 Sofia May Pre-producing
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1987–88 Rags to Riches Marva Foley Main role; 20 episodes
1990 Shannon’s Deal Annette Episode: “Inside Straight”
1991 A Different World Josie Webb 2 episodes
1991 The Fresh Prince of Bel Air Kathleen Episode: “Did the Earth Move for You?”
1991 Blossom Toni 2 episoded
1992 Roc Angela Kimbro Episode: “A Piece of the Roc”
1992–97 Martin Gina Waters-Payne / Gina Waters Main role; 132 episodes
1995 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Rapunzel Episode: “Rapunzel”
1997 Duckman Ebony Sable Episode: “Ebony, Baby”
1997 Between Brothers Daisy Episode: “Dusty’s in Love”
1998 Getting Personal Michelle / Sandy Episode: “Milo Does the Darndest Things”
1999 Wasteland Olivia Episode: “The Object of My Affection”
2000 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Joyce Episode: “The Halloween Scene”
2001–05 My Wife and Kids Jay Kyle Main role; 123 episodes
2004–06 All of Us Carmen James Recurring role (Season 34)
2008–09 Everybody Hates Chris Peaches Clarkson Recurring role (Season 4)
2008–09 Rita Rocks Patty Mannix Main role; 40 episodes
2011 The Paul Reiser Show Maggie Episode: “The Old Guy”
2011 The Protector Michelle Dulcett Main role; 13 episodes
2012 Robot Chicken Beyoncé Knowles Episode: “Casablankman 2”
2012 Private Practice Pam Reiter Episode: “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone”
2013 Malibu Country Rikki Episode: “Bowling for Mama”
2013–present Real Husbands of Hollywood Herself Reality television
2015–2017 Dr. Ken Damona Watkins Main role; 36 episodes
2016 The $100,000 Pyramid Herself (celebrity guest) Episode: Tisha Campbell-Martin vs. Ken Jeong. She was the first celebrity player to help her civilian partner win $100,000 on the show.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak
US
Heat.

[11]
Tisha 37
“—” denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

Year Song Album
1988 “Be Alone Tonight”[12] School Daze
1992 “Push”[13] Tisha
“Love Me Down”[14]
1997 “Don’t Ask My Neighbor”[15]
(with Tichina Arnold)
Sprung
2015 “Steel Here”[1] single-only
2016 “Lazy Bitch (This Ain’t Gina)”[1]

Featured singles[edit]

Year Song Album
2014 “All Cried Out”[16]
(Full Force featuring Tisha Campbell-Martin)
Full Force: With Love From Our Friends

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1991 Independent Spirit Award “Best Supporting Female” House Party Nominated
1996 Image Award “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series” Martin Nominated
1997 Image Award “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series” Martin Nominated
2002 Image Award “Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series” My Wife and Kids Nominated
2003 Image Award “Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series” My Wife and Kids Won
2004 Image Award “Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series” My Wife and Kids Nominated
2004 BET Comedy Award “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series” My Wife and Kids Won
2005 Image Award “Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series” My Wife and Kids Nominated
2005 BET Comedy Award “Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series” Shared with: Various My Wife and Kids Nominated
2009 Image Award “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series” Rita Rocks Nominated
2010 Image Award “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series” Rita Rocks Nominated

CHRISTINA KIRK

 

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 POWERLESS (TV SERIES) JACKIE

2017  XX  CORA

2016 YOUNGER (TV SERIES) ANTONIA STEWARD

2106 TATTOO YOU (SHORT) RACHEL

2015 CUCKOO CONNIE

2014  A TO Z (TV SERIES) LYDIA

2014 MANHATTAN (TV SERIES) ROSE AKLEY

2014 LOVE IS STRANGE  MINDY

2013 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL (TV SERIES) MARNIE WEISS

2012-13 GIRLS (TV SERIES) REESE

2013 THE GATES SARAH PALMER

2012 THE NEWSROOM (TV SERIES) FLIGHT ATTENDANT

2012 DELOCATED (TV SERIES)  KAREN WHITAKER

2010 THE GOOD WIFE (TV SERIES) JILL

2009 LAW AND ORDER (TV SERIES) JENICE MORROW

2009 TAKING WOODSTOCK  CAROL

2008 WAINY DAYS (TV SERIES) NEWSCASTRESS

2006 THE LIMBO ROOM GAYLE

2005 STELLA (TV SERIES)  TONJA

2005 SATELLITE

2004 MELINDA AND MELINDA JENNIFER

2004 D.E.B.S. MADELAINE

2004 ALONG CAME POLLY PARTY HOSTESS

2003 THE THIRD DATE (SHORT) CANDY

2003 LAW AND ODER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (TV SERIES) JULIA WALKER

2003 DUPLEX MRS. FRIEDMAN

2002 STELLA SHORTS 1998-2002 (SHORT) SUSIE

2002 BUG  OLIVE

2002 PASSENGERS (SHORT) WOMAN

2001 THE FAILURE OF PAMELA  SALT (SHORT) PAMELA SALT

2001 FINAL  MARY

1999 THE KINSEY 3  FIONA

1999 TWO POINT FIVE (SHORT)

1998 ORANGE QUARTERS (SHORT) FUNERAL MOURNER

19998 SAFE MEN HANNAH

 

 

 

 

Suzy Nakamura

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Suzy Nakamura

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Suzy Nakamura
Born Susan Nakamura
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present

Suzy Nakamura is an American actress. Nakamura is known for her many guest appearances on sitcoms such as According to Jim, Half and Half, 8 Simple Rules, Curb Your Enthusiasm and How I Met Your Mother and her recurring role in the early seasons of the drama The West Wing as assistant to the Sam Seaborn character, as well as Dr. Miura in the ABC sitcom Modern Family.

On May 7, 2015, ABC picked up Ken Jeong’s Dr. Ken starring Jeong, with Nakamura as his wife, Albert Tsai, Dave Foley, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Kate Simses, Jonathan Slavin and Krista Marie Yu for its 2015-16 Fall Season.

She is an alumna of The Second City improvisational comedy troupe.[1] Her first film role was as a troubled teen in Rea Tajiri‘s Strawberry Fields, shot in her hometown of Chicago in 1994.

Personal life[edit]

Nakamura is married to TV writer Harry Hannigan[2] who wrote several episodes of According to Jim. Hannigan is a 1982 graduate of Bishop Kelly High School in Tulsa, OK. [3]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Strawberry Fields Irene Kawai
1998 Deep Impact Jenny’s Assistant
1999 Treasure Island Yo-Ji
1999 8mm Computer Wizard
2000 Timecode Connie Ling
2002 Stark Raving Mad Betty Shin Credited as Suzi Nakamura
2002 Barrier Device Serena
2003 Malibu’s Most Wanted Soon-Yee Baxter Hernandez
2004 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story Gordon’s Wife
2005 Must Love Dogs Mai
2005 The 40-Year-Old Virgin Speed Dater (uncredited)
2006 For Your Consideration First AC
2007 American Zombie Herself
2007 Evan Almighty Staffer
2014 Horrible Bosses 2 Kim

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Common Law Suzy Yamamoto 2 episodes
1997 The Player Robbie Lawless Unsold pilot
1998 The Closer Beverly Andolini 10 episodes
1999–2000 The West Wing Cathy 9 episodes
2000 Daddio Holly Martin 14 episodes
2002 Imagine That Rina Oh 6 episodes
2002 I Got You Unsold pilot
2002 Curb Your Enthusiasm Assistant Manager 5 episodes
2002–2006 Half & Half Tina 10 episodes
2003 Abby Carol Episode: “Ted & Carol & Will & Abby”
2003 All of Us Teacher #1
2004 Good Morning, Miami Carol
2004 The King of Queens Molly Episode: “Name Dropper”
2004–2005 8 Simple Rules Mrs. Krupp
2005 Confessions of a Dog Unsold pilot
2005 According to Jim Yoki Hirasaki Episode: “The Competition”
2006 Worst Week of My Life Megan Unsold pilot
2006–2007 The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman Carol Rinaldi 4 episodes
2006–2007 Help Me Help You Inger 12 episodes
2007 Insatiable Unsold pilot
2008 Grey’s Anatomy Jenn Smith Episode: “Here Comes the Flood”
2008 My Name is Earl Phyllis Woohoo Episode: “Joy in a Bubble”
2008 True Jackson, VP Cricket Episode: “Pilot”
2009 It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Tabitha Episode: “The Gang Gives Frank an Intervention”
2009–2010 10 Things I Hate About You Principal Holland 6 episodes
2009–2010 Modern Family Dr. Miura Episodes: “Run for Your Wife“, “Fears
2009 Private Practice Margaret Delhom Episode: “Sins of the Father”
2010–2011 Men of a Certain Age Elissa 3 episodes
2010 Bones Carrie Turner Episode: “The Death of the Queen Bee”
2010 Castle Jennifer Wong Episode: “Food to Die For”
2011 How I Met Your Mother Dr. Kirby Episode: “A Change of Heart
2012–2013 Go On Yolanda 22 episodes
2013 Melissa & Joey Elyse Episode: “Something Happened”
2014 Liv and Maddie Tammy Episode: “Switch-a-Rooney”
2014 Bad Teacher Mrs. Hu Episode: “A Little Respect”
2014–2015 The Goldbergs Mrs. Kim 3 episodes
2015 Togetherness Xan Episode: “Kick the Can”
2015 Bob’s Burgers Yuki Episode: “Hawk & Chick
2015 Veep Anna Episode: “Mommy Meyer”
2015 Whole Day Down Saint Anne 6 episodes
2015–2017 Dr. Ken Allison Park 44 episodes

Theatre[edit]

  • An Infinite Ache
  • The Showatorium
  • Coptors
  • Shogun’s Heroes
  • Coed Prison Sluts – The Musical
  • The Armando Diaz Experience
  • The Deconstruction Derby
  • The Zodiac Thrillers
  • The Dickie Bell Twist Dance Party
  • Pen to Paper
  • The Second City Alumni Jam
  • The Powerhouse Variety Show
  • The Redwood Curtain
  • Power to the People Mover
  • National Touring Company (The Second City – Chicago)

HALEY FINNEGAN

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 LORE ANNE OTTO

2017 FRESH OFF THE BOAT (TV SERIES) COLLEGE KID

2016 OUT OF THE WILD  TONY

2016 MASCOTS RUBY

2016 COMEDY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (TV SERIES) MURIEL

2014 BREUCKELEN (TV SERIES) EMILY CARPENTER

2013 THE LADY’S YES (SHORT) ALLY

2013 PARANOIA CHELSEA

2013 HEY GIRL (TV SERIES)  MARY

2013 ARE WE NOT CATS (SHORT) WAITRESS

2013 CHLORINE  STACEY

2013 FAILOSOPHY (TV SERIES) SARAH JANE’S FRIEND

2012 PARAGON ALOGORITHM (SHORT) AMY

2011 DOWNSIZED (TV SERIES) OPERATOR

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