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Lilith Stangeberg

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Lilith Stangeberg

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Lilith Stangenberg (* 14. August 1988 in Berlin ) ist eine deutsche Schauspielerin . Lilith Stangenberg (* 14. August 1988 in Berlin ) is a German actress .

Lilith Stangenberg begann ihre schauspielerische Laufbahn am P14 Jugendtheater der Volksbühne Berlin . Lilith Stangenberg began her acting career at P14 youth theater the Volksbühne Berlin . Ohne Schauspielausbildung wurde sie danach am Schauspielhaus Zürich und am Schauspiel Hannover engagiert. Without drama school she was then at the Schauspielhaus Zurich and the Schauspiel Hannover engaged. Gleichzeitig wurde sie auch für Film und Fernsehen eingesetzt. At the same time, it was also used for film and television. 2010 wurde sie von der Fachzeitschrift Theater heute zur Nachwuchsschauspielerin des Jahres gekürt. In 2010, she was of the journal Theater heute voted the young actress of the year.

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Jodie Whittaker

Jodie Whittaker

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Jodie Whittaker
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Whittaker at the Moet BIFA British Independent Film Awards, December 2014
Born (1982-06-03) 3 June 1982 (age 34)
Skelmanthorpe, West Yorkshire, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present
Spouse(s) Christian Contreras

Jodie Auckland Whittaker (born 3 June 1982) is an English actress. She first came to prominence for her work in the film Venus (2006) and has since starred in films such as St Trinian’s (2007), Good (2008), St Trinian’s 2 (2009), and Attack the Block (2011). She has also starred in the television series Tess of the D’Urbervilles (2008), Wired (2008), Return to Cranford (2009), Marchlands (2011), Broadchurch (2013), and The Assets (2014).

Early life[edit]

Whittaker was born in Skelmanthorpe where she initially attended Shelley College, West Yorkshire. She then trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating in 2005 with the gold medal for acting.[1]


Whittaker made her professional debut in The Storm at Shakespeare’s Globe in 2005.[1] She has since worked in film, television, radio and theatre. In 2007 she stood in at short notice for an unwell Carey Mulligan in the Royal Court’s production of The Seagull, and appeared in a fundraising play at the Almeida Theatre.

In Whittaker’s first major role, she co-starred as Jessie / Venus in the film Venus. Her radio credits include a 2008 adaptation of Blinded by the Sun by Stephen Poliakoff[2] and Lydia Bennett in Unseen Austen, an original drama by Judith French. In 2009, she worked on the film Ollie Kepler’s Expanding Purple World, the BBC2 drama Royal Wedding,[3] and the short film Wish 143, which was nominated for the Academy Award for Live Action Short Film at the 83rd Academy Awards.

In 2010, Whittaker appeared in the film The Kid and co-starred in BBC1’s Accused. She appeared in the 2009 Irish comedy crime film Perrier’s Bounty. In 2011, she appeared as Viv in the BBC adaptation of Sarah Waters‘s novel The Night Watch and the cult film Attack the Block. In 2012, she starred in the musical comedy-drama Good Vibrations.

In March–April 2013, Whittaker starred in the ITV detective drama Broadchurch. In January 2014, she starred in the reality-based spy drama miniseries The Assets on ABC.

Personal life[edit]

Whittaker has been married to American actor Christian Contreras since 2008.[4] Her nephew played Leo Goskirk in Emmerdale before his death at the age of three in 2014.[5][6]

The media reported in January 2015 that Whittaker was pregnant with her first child; she gave birth in April 2015.[7]



Year Title Role Notes
2006 Venus Jessie Nominated—ALFS Award for British Newcomer of the Year
Nominated—British Independent Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer (On Screen)
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
2007 This Life + 10 Clare Television film
2007 St Trinian’s Beverly
2008 Good Anne
2008 The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall Sophie Television film
2008 Consuming Passion Mary Boon Television film
2009 Mr. Dorothy Mitch’s Wife Voice
Short film
2009 Svengali Ellie the Barmaid Television film
2009 White Wedding Rose
2009 Swansong: Story of Occi Byrne Bridget Byrne
2009 Roar Eva Short film
2009 Perrier’s Bounty Brenda
2009 Wish 143 Maggie Short film
2009 St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold Beverly
2010 The Kid Jackie
2010 Royal Wedding Linda Caddock Television film
2010 Ollie Kepler’s Expanding Purple World Noreen Stokes
2011 Hello Carter Susie Short film
2011 Two Minutes Juliette Short film
2011 The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2011: Live Action Maggie
2011 Attack the Block Sam
2011 The Night Watch Vivian Pearce Television film
2011 One Day Tilly
2011 A Thousand Kisses Deep Mia Selva
2012 Smoke Short film
2012 Good Vibrations Ruth
2012 Ashes Ruth
2012 Dust Jessica’s Mum Short film
2013 Spike Island Service Station Attendant[8]
2013 Hello Carter
2014 Get Santa
2014 Emotional Fusebox Anna Short film
2014 Black Sea Chrissy
2015 Adult Life Skills Anna Premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2016
2017 Journeyman TBA


Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Afternoon Play Sam Episode: “The Last Will and Testament of Billy Two-Sheds”
2006 Doctors Louise Clancy Episode: “Ignorance Is Bliss”
2006 Dalziel and Pascoe Kirsty Richards Episode: “Fallen Angel”
2008 Tess of the D’Urbervilles Izzy Huett Miniseries
2008 Wired Louise Evans Miniseries
2009 Return to Cranford Peggy Bell 2 episodes
2010 Accused Emma Croft Episode: “Liam’s Story”
2011 Marchlands Ruth Bowen
2011 Black Mirror Ffion Episode: “The Entire History of You
Broadchurch Beth Latimer Series 1 (8 episodes)
Series 2
2014 The Assets Sandra Grimes
2014 The Smoke Trish Tooley


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Storm, TheThe Storm Ampelisca Shakespeare’s Globe
2006 Enemies Nadya Almeida Theatre
2007 Gaggle of Saints, AA Gaggle of Saints Sue Trafalgar Studios
2007 Awake and Sing! Hennie Almeida Theatre
2012 Antigone Antigone National Theatre


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Blinded by the Sun Joanna BBC Radio 4
2008 Unseen Austen Lydia Bennett BBC Radio 4

John Walker (musician) (tRIBUTE)

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John Walker (musician)

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John Walker
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John Walker in 1967.
Background information
Birth name John Joseph Maus[1]
Born (1943-11-12)November 12, 1943
Origin New York City, United States
Died May 7, 2011(2011-05-07) (aged 67)
  • Singer
  • musician
  • guitarist
Years active 1957–2011
Associated acts The Walker Brothers
Scott Walker
Gary Walker
Notable instruments
Martin Guitars
Gretsch 6120
Epiphone Casino

John Joseph Maus (November 12, 1943 – May 7, 2011), known professionally as John Walker, was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the founder of The Walker Brothers, who had their greatest success in the 1960s, particularly in the United Kingdom.

Early life and career[edit]

John Maus was born in New York City, the son of John Joseph Maus Sr., who was of German extraction, and his wife Regina. With his parents and his older sister, Judith, he moved to California in 1947, at first settling in Redondo Beach and later in Hermosa Beach. He began learning saxophone, clarinet and guitar as a child, and by the age of 11 also began acting and appearing in TV talent shows. He had a role in a regular sitcom, Hello Mom, and small uncredited parts in the movies The Eddy Duchin Story (1956) and The Missouri Traveler (1958). He became a friend of Ritchie Valens, and was an honorary pallbearer at Valens’ funeral. In 1959 the family moved again, to Inglewood, where he made the acquaintance of David Marks and Dennis and Carl Wilson, helping to teach them guitar.[2] He began using the name John Walker at the age of 17, because he was unhappy at how people pronounced his real name.[3][4]

From 1957 onwards, he worked as singer and guitarist with his sister, as the duo John and Judy. They recorded several singles for the Aladdin, Dore, Arvee and Eldo labels between 1958 and 1962. In 1961, they formed a backing band and performed as John, Judy and the Newports, until the band split up after an engagement in Hawaii. They then met Scott Engel, who had been playing bass in The Routers, and, with drummer “Spider” Webb, formed a new band, Judy and the Gents. Maus obtained an ID card in the name of John Walker, in order to perform in clubs around Los Angeles while under the legal age to do so. In 1963, Walker and Engel, with two other musicians, toured the Midwest as “The Surfaris“, although the group included none of the musicians who played on the Surfaris’ records. Walker also released his first solo record, “What a Thrill”, on the Almo label, with The Blossoms as backing singers.[3]

The Walker Brothers[edit]

Main article: The Walker Brothers

He formed The Walker Brothers (originally The Walker Brothers Trio) in 1964, with himself as lead vocalist and guitarist, Engel on bass and harmony vocals, and Al “Tiny” Schneider on drums. Walker and Engel were signed as a duo by Mercury Records, and recorded their first single, “Pretty Girls Everywhere” in Los Angeles. There they became a leading attraction at Gazzari’s nightclub, and appeared on the Shindig! TV show developed by Jack Good, and then on a weekly TV show, Ninth Street A Go Go. Late in 1964, they met drummer Gary Leeds, previously of The Standells, who had recently toured the UK with singer P.J. Proby, and who persuaded them that they would have greater success in England. Before leaving, they recorded their second single, “Love Her”, overseen by Nick Venet and arranger Jack Nitzsche, with Scott Engel taking the lead vocal part for the first time. With financial backing from Leeds’ stepfather, Walker, Engel and Leeds travelled to the UK in February 1965 for an exploratory visit.[2][3]

In the UK, “Love Her” was released on the Philips label, an affiliate of Mercury, and reached # 20 on the UK singles chart.[5] Walker and Engel signed a new recording contract, and, with Leeds, began performing live in England, to considerable press attention and with growing numbers of – predominantly female teenage – fans. Their next record, a version of the Bacharach and David song “Make It Easy On Yourself“, produced like their other British recordings by Johnny Franz, reached # 1 in the UK chart in September 1965.[5] Over the next two years the Walker Brothers became – with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones – one of the most popular groups in the country. Their second British number one, “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore” in 1966, was also their biggest hit in the US, where it made # 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.

During this period, The Walker Brothers played some performances with The Yardbirds; John eventually sold guitarist Jeff Beck the 1954 Fender Esquire used on many of the Yardbirds’ most famous recordings from Spring 1965 to early 1966. Walker had modified the guitar, carving a Stratocaster-type contour in the picking arm area.[citation needed]

John Walker wrote in his autobiographical The Walker Brothers: No Regrets – Our Story:[3]

“I was always the leader of the band. I was the one who said, ‘Let’s do this, let’s do that.’ I spent a great deal of time making sure that the group would make incredible music. Most people don’t realise that it was I who chose the songs that would become The Walker Brothers’ biggest-selling singles….. I was aware that things had changed a lot: Scott had become the lead singer of the group… Now that he was singing lead, I enjoyed the opportunity to create some unusual harmonies, something I had never done before. We knew that we each had an important role, and felt responsible to each other, with one goal in mind, which was to make good records that were unique for the time.”

Later career[edit]

The Walker Brothers split up in early 1968, principally as a result of tensions between Maus and Engel, after a UK tour in late 1967 which also featured Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens, and Engelbert Humperdinck, followed by a tour of Japan. John Walker then began performing solo with a backing band. He released a single, “Annabella”, co-written by Graham Nash, which reached # 24 on the UK singles chart,[6] and an album, If You Go Away. Later solo singles on Philips, and then on the Carnaby label owned by Mervyn Conn, were less successful, as was a 1969 album, This Is John Walker. In 1971, he recorded an album co-produced by Bill Wyman at the Château d’Hérouville in France, but it was never released. Two years later, he toured briefly with singer Jimmy Wilson and a backing group, as The New Walkers, before they split up.[2][3]

Late in 1974, he agreed with Engel and Leeds to reform The Walker Brothers. In 1975, they released an album, No Regrets. The title track was taken off as a single and rose to # 7 on the UK chart in early 1976.[5] They recorded two further albums together, Lines (1976) and Nite Flights (1978), which were less successful. They undertook some cabaret performances, although Engel (by now more usually known as Scott Walker) was reluctant to sing live; the group’s contract with GTO Records ended and, according to Walker, the group “just drifted apart”.[2][3]

In 1986, he took part in a 1960s revival tour, before finally moving from England to San Diego. He took an electronics course, and became a technical consultant to manufacturing companies, while developing his own recording studio. He also began writing and composing material, mainly for other artists, and formed his own publishing company, Arena.[1] In 2000, he set up his own record label and released a CD, You. He toured Britain again as part of a nostalgia package tour in 2004, and released an album, Silver Sixties Tour 2004, as well as resuming extensive touring in his own right. In 2007, he released two new CDs, Just For You, a collection of love songs, and Songs of Christmas and Inspiration. He toured the UK again in 2009, as part of an “oldies” package,[1][2][3] and in 2010 with the Dakotas, whose original line-up backed Billy J. Kramer in the 1960s.[7]

A dual autobiography, written by Walker and Gary Leeds, The Walker Brothers: No Regrets – Our Story, was published in 2009.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Walker was married four times. He married American pop singer Kathy Young in 1965; they divorced in 1968. In 1971 he married Julie Parker-Cann; they divorced a few years later.[when?] He married Brandy Nielsen in 1980; they divorced in 2003. In December 2003, he married Cynthia, who sang with him on tour. At the time of his 2009 book, Walker lived in California and had four children and three grandchildren.[3]

In 2010, Walker was diagnosed with liver cancer. He died of the disease, at his Los Angeles home, on 7 May 2011.[2]



John and Judy[edit]

“Bother Me Baby” / “Who’s To Say” (Aladdin 3420, 1958)
“Hideout” / “Love Bug” (Dore 530, 1959)
“You Can’t Have My Love” / “Tell Me” (Dore 540, 1960)
“This Feeling” / “Tell Me Why” (Dore 553, 1960)
“Live It Up” / “Oh No No” (Arvee 5025, 1961)
“I Love You So” / “Love Slave” (Eldo 118, 1961)

Johnny Walker[edit]

“What A Thrill” / “Beginning of the End” (Almo 208, 1964)

The Walker Brothers[edit]

John Walker[edit]

Solo John/Solo Scott (Philips, 1966) (Split-EP with Scott Walker) (UK EP #4[8])
“Annabella” / “You Don’t Understand Me” (Philips BF 1593, 1967) (UK # 24)[6]
“If I Promise” / “I See Love In You” (Philips BF 1612, 1967)
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight” / “Open The Door Homer” (Philips BF 1655, 1968)
Kentucky Woman” / “I Cried All The Way Home” (Philips BF 1676, 1968)
“Woman” / “A Dream” (Philips BF 1724, 1968)
“Yesterday’s Sunshine” / “Little One” (Philips BF 1758, 1968)
“Everywhere Under The Sun” / “Traces Of Tomorrow” (Carnaby CNS 4004, 1969)
“True Grit” / “Sun Comes Up” (Carnaby CNS 4009, 1969)
Cottonfields” / “Jamie” (Carnaby CNS 4012, 1970)
“Over And Over Again” / “Sun Comes Up” (Carnaby CNS 4017, 1970)
“Huellas de Manana” / “Quienes Somos Nosotros” (Carnaby, 1970)
“Good Days” / “Midnight Morning” (1973)


If You Go Away (Philips BL 7829, 1967)
This Is John Walker (Carnaby CNLS 6001, 1969)
You (2000)
The Silver Sixties Tour 2004 (2004)
Just For You (2007)
Songs of Christmas and Inspiration (2007)

Catherine Lough Haggquist

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Born to Run

Bruce Springsteen Announces ‘Born to Run’ Book Tour

The list of dates includes:

Sept. 27 — Freehold, NJ @ Barnes & Noble

Sept. 28 — New York, NY @ Barnes & Noble Union Square

Sept. 29 — Philadelphia, PA @ Philadelphia Free Library

Oct. 1 — Seattle, WA @ Elliot Bay Book Company

Oct. 3 — Los Angeles, CA @ Barnes & Noble at the Grove

Oct. 4 — Portland, OR @ Powell’s City of Books

Oct. 5 — San Francisco, CA @ City Arts & Lectures

Oct. 7 — New York, NY @ The New Yorker Festival

Oct. 10 — Boston, MA @ The Harvard Coop

All books are pre-signed.

Tatyana Ali


Tatyana Ali

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Tatyana Ali
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Ali at the Streamy Awards on April 11, 2010
Background information
Birth name Tatyana Marisol Ali
Also known as Tatyana M. Ali
Born (1979-01-24) January 24, 1979 (age 37)
North Bellmore, New York, U.S.
Genres R&B
Occupation(s) Actress, Fashion Modeling, singer
Years active 1985–present
Labels MJJ/Work/SME

Tatyana Marisol Ali (born January 24, 1979) is an American actress, model and R&B singer, who is best known for her role as Ashley Banks on the NBC sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. From 2010 to 2012, she starred as Tyana Jones on the TV One original sitcom Love That Girl!, and had a recurring role as Roxanne on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless from 2007 to 2013.

Early life[edit]

Ali was born in North Bellmore, New York, the eldest daughter (she has two younger sisters) of Sonia, a nurse, and Sheriff Ali, a police detective.[1] Her mother is Afro-Panamanian[2][3] and her father is Indo-Trinidadian.[3]


By the age of six, she had begun her acting career, as a regular child performer on Sesame Street starting in 1985, even appearing with Herbie Hancock in a musical number. She also appeared twice on Star Search. She made her breakthrough when she was cast as Ashley Banks for the television sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in 1990. She sang on various episodes of the show, including a heavily altered version of Aretha Franklin‘s “Respect” and the original song, “Make Up Your Mind” produced by Robert Jerald of N’Spyre Music Productions. Will Smith asked her if she seriously considered pursuing a musical career. Despite her singing ability, she concentrated on her acting career on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air the next few years. In the final season of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1995–96), Ali began preparing herself for her musical debut. The result was the album Kiss The Sky, which was certified gold in early 1999. The album spawned the hit song “Daydreamin'”, released July 21, 1998, produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the UK Singles Chart.

The album spawned two further UK hits, “Boy You Knock Me Out”, featuring Will Smith, which peaked at No. 3 and is her biggest hit to date; and “Everytime”, which was her third top 20 hit in the UK, peaking at No. 20. She made an appearance in Smith’s album Willennium for the track “Who Am I” with MC Lyte. Along with her musical career, Ali kept acting in many films. She had the chance to work with recognized film directors such as Takeshi Kitano (Brother), Rodrigo Garcia (Mother and Child), among others. In 2005, she completed work on the film Glory Road and starred in the music video for Nick Cannon and Anthony Hamilton’s “Can I Live?” as Cannon’s mother. In early 2008, she performed on the song “Yes We Can“, a project supporting Barack Obama‘s presidential campaign. She also appeared in the subsequent music video which gained coverage on the “What the Buzz” segment of ABC‘s World News Now.

She also performed the title song, “Sunny Valentine” along with Terrence Quaites for the indie film, Rockin’ Meera directed by Param Gill in 2005. In 2009 and 2010 she produced and starred in the BET web show, Buppies. She is currently on recurring status on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless as Roxanne.[4]

Ali can be seen in the show, Love That Girl! on TV One. She stars as Tyana (which comes from the last five letters of her name). When asked if the character bears any similarities to her, Ali said in a CaribPress interview, “She’s a bit neurotic and I hope I am not quite like that.”[5]

“One thing that I do love about her is that she is really multidimensional,” she went on to say in the same interview. “I think it’s nice to have a female character that is portrayed in (a) really holistic way.”[5]

Ali also starred in Nora’s Hair Salon and Nora’s Hair Salon 2: A Cut Above. In 2011, Ali received the Living Legacy Award from the Caribbean Heritage Organization in Los Angeles.[5][6] In 2012, Ali appeared as a guest on The Eric Andre Show.[7] Ali’s most recent role, as of January 15, 2013, is starring as Maya, along with Craig Wayans and Damien Dante Wayans, in the BET comedy, Second Generation Wayans.

In January 2014, Ali released a new EP entitled Hello, with her first single being “Wait For It”, which she also performed on The Arsenio Hall Show on February 4, 2014.

In July 2016, Ali sued Warner Bros claiming that the company used her idea for the show The Real after she pitched the concept in December 2012.[8]

Personal life[edit]

Ali attended Harvard University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in African-American studies and government in 2002.[9] She traveled the United States as a spokesperson for Barack Obama‘s 2008 presidential campaign and headed voter registration drives at college campuses.[10][11] In 2012, she continued showing her support.[12]

Ali was in a relationship with actor Jonathan Brandis for six years.[13][14] On March 31, 2016, Ali revealed that she was engaged to Vaughn Rasberry, assistant professor of English at Stanford University and they are expecting their first child.[15] She and Rasberry married on July 17, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.[16][17]



Year Title Role Notes
1987 Eddie Murphy Raw Eddie’s Sister Sketch Segment
1988 Crocodile Dundee II Park Girl
1988 Wow, You’re a Cartoonist! Child Cartoonist Short film; direct-to-video release
1997 Fakin’ da Funk Karyn
1997 Kiss the Girls Janell Cross
1998 The Clown at Midnight Monica
1999 Jawbreaker Brenda
2000 Brother Latifa
2001 The Brothers Cherie Smith
2003 National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze Claire
2004 Nora’s Hair Salon Lilleana
2005 Back in the Day Alicia Packer
2005 Domino One Laeticia Richards
2006 Glory Road Tina Malichi
2006 A Warm Place Clair Andrews Short film
2007 The List Cynthia
2008 Down & Out Short film
2008 Nora’s Hair Salon 2: A Cut Above Lilleana
2008 Hotel California Jessie
2009 Mother and Child Maria
2010 Pete Smalls Is Dead Cocktail Waitress
2012 Privileged Talia
2012 Dysfunctional Friends Alex
2012 Home Again Marva Johnson
2013 24 Hour Love Simply
2013 The Last Letter Jillian
2013 Dear Secret Santa Jennifer
2014 The Divorce
2014 Locker 13 Lucy
2014 Comeback Dad Nima
2015 Fatal Flip Roslyn
2015 November Rule Leah


Year Title Role Notes
1985/90 Sesame Street Tatyana 5 episodes
1989 Wally and the Valentines Jamaica Valentine Special
1989 A Man Called Hawk Michelle Episode: “Life After Death”
1989 The Cosby Show Girl Episode: “Shall We Dance?
1990–96 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Ashley Banks 148 episodes
1992 Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Herself Episode: “The Nefarious Nobel Napper”
1993 Getting By Nicole Alexander Episode: “Turnabout Dance”
1994 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Laura Turner/Connie Turner Episode: “The Tale of the Quicksilver
1994 TV’s Funniest Families Herself as a Host Special
1995 In the House Ashley Banks Episode: “Dog Catchers”
1996 Living Single Stephanie James Episode: “Whatever Happened to Baby Sister?”
1996 Kidz in the Wood Rita
1996 Fall Into Darkness Sharon McKay
1997 413 Hope St. Kai Episode: “Heartbeat”
2002 Fastlane Shelly Episode: “Girls Own Juice”
2003 Half & Half Olivia Episode: “The Big Condom-nation Episode”
2007 On the Lot Girl Episode: “11 Cut to 10 & 10 Directors Compete”; segment: “First Sight”
2007–13 The Young and the Restless Roxanne Recurring role; 53 episodes
2010–12 Love That Girl! Tyana Jones Lead role
2012 The Eric Andre Show Herself Episode: “Tatyana Ali”
2013 Second Generation Wayans Maya
2015 Key & Peele Heresa Season 5 Episode 8: “Hollywood Sequel Doctor”



Year Album Chart
1998 Kiss the Sky #47 US, #41 UK
2014 Hello (EP)


Year Song U.S. U.S. R&B UK[18] NZ[19] FRA[20] NL[21] Album
1998 “Daydreamin'” 6 5 6 3 Kiss the Sky
“Boy You Knock Me Out” (featuring Will Smith) 68 3 12 32 77
1999 “Everytime” 118 73 20

Laura Mennell

Laura Mennell

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Laura Mennell
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Mennell, photographed in 2009
Born (1980-04-18) April 18, 1980 (age 35)[1]
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present

Laura Mennell (born April 18, 1980) is a Canadian actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles in Watchmen, Montana Sky, and the Emmy nominated Flight 93. In 2011/2012 Mennell co-starred on the Syfy television series Alphas. She starred as Charlotte Cross in the SyFy TV channel series Haven, season 5. Despite being best known for her numerous science fiction roles, Mennell says she is not concerned about being typecast.[2]


Mennell says she was a “major theatre geek in high school”.[2] Mennell is a cousin of Alan Young, who is the voice of Scrooge McDuck, as well as star of the classic TV Series, Mister Ed (1961).[1] She is a vegetarian and is fluent in French.[3]


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Thirteen Ghosts Susan LeGrow, the Bound Woman
2003 Alarium Vivienne Short film
2004 11:11 Sara Tobias
2007 Visitor, TheThe Visitor Teacher Short film
2007 Trick ‘r Treat Allie
2008 Elegy Cute Girl
2008 Christmas Cottage Nicole – Portrait
2009 Watchmen Janey Slater
2009 Driven to Kill Lanie Drachev
2010 The Homestead Jane Short film
Year Title Role Notes
1998 I’ve Been Waiting for You Sarah Lancaster TV movie
1999 Millennium Sorority Sister #1 Episode: “Collateral Damage”
1999 Stargate SG-1 Mary Episode: “Demons”
2000 Scorn Lisa TV movie
2001 Special Unit 2 Amber / Naughty Girl #3 Episode: “The Eve”
2001 Cold Squad Larisa Childs Episode: “The Needle and the Dubutante”
2002 UC: Undercover Collin’s Daughter Episode: “Teddy C”
2003 Andromeda Siara Episode: “Conduit to Destiny”
2004 Dead Like Me Desiree Episode: “Rites of Passage”
2005 Stargate Atlantis Sanir Episode: “The Brotherhood”
2005 Personal Effects Nicole Forester TV movie
2006 L Word, TheThe L Word Sister Toni Episode: “Lost Weekend”
Episode: “Lobsters”
2006 Flight 93 Elizabeth Wainio TV movie
2007 Montana Sky Lily Mercy TV movie
2007 Last Trimester, TheThe Last Trimester Marlene Brenden TV movie
2007 4400, TheThe 4400 Young Audrey Parker Episode: “Audrey Parker’s Come and Gone
2007 Fallen Penemue Episode: “The Time of the Redeemer”
2007 Sanctuary Caird 3 episodes
2007 Flash Gordon Lilian Episode: “Life Source”
2007 Blood Ties Christina Episode: “The Devil You Know”
2008 Sanctuary Caird Episode: “Fata Morgana”
2008 Christmas Clause, TheThe Christmas Clause Jill TV movie
2009 Driven to Kill Lanie Video
2009 Eureka Dr. Rivers Episode: “Shower the People”
2009 Sight Unseen Cloe TV movie
2009 Health Nutz Jennifer Noir TV movie
2009 Smallville Toni Episode: “Infamous”
2010 Trace of Danger, AA Trace of Danger Beth TV movie
2010 Fringe Rose Falls Episode: “Johari Window”
2010 Hard Ride to Hell Tessa Video
2010 Supernatural Brigitta / Djinn Episode: “Exile on Main St.”
Episode: “Caged Heat”
2011 Smallville Janet Dawson Episode: “Finale”
2011–2012 Alphas Nina Theroux 24 episodes
2014 Motive Samantha Turner 8 episodes
2014 Haven Charlotte Cross
Limina (Short) (post-production) 2016
 2016 Legends of Tomorrow (TV Series)
Gail Knox

Night of the Hawk (2016) … Gail Knox
 2015 Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (TV Series)

Rule #605: You Can Go Home Again (2015) … Marria
 2014-2015 Haven (TV Series)
Dr. Charlotte Cross / Charlotte Cross

The Widening Gyre (2015) … Dr. Charlotte Cross (uncredited)
Perditus (2015) … Charlotte Cross
 2015 Cedar Cove (TV Series)

Civil War (2015) … Kelly
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (2015) … Kelly
 2015 A Country Wedding (TV Movie)
 2015 The Gourmet Detective (TV Movie)
Pauline Duquette
 2015 When Calls the Heart (TV Series)
Samantha Madison

Trials of the Heart (2015) … Samantha Madison
Heart and Soul (2015) … Samantha Madison
 2015 My New Best Friend (TV Movie)
 2014 Stolen from the Womb (TV Movie)
Chelsey Miller
 2014 Motive (TV Series)
Samantha Turner

For You I Die (2014) … Samantha Turner
Kiss of Death (2014) … Samantha Turner
A Bullet for Joey (2014) … Samantha Turner
Nobody Lives Forever (2014) … Samantha Turner
Abandoned (2014) … Samantha Turner
 2013 The Christmas Ornament (TV Movie)
 2013 Republic of Doyle (TV Series)
Rachel Malloy

The Works (2013) … Rachel Malloy
 2009-2011 Smallville (TV Series)
Janet Dawson / Toni

Finale (2011) … Janet Dawson
Infamous (2009) … Toni
 2010 Supernatural (TV Series)
Brigitta / Djinn

Caged Heat (2010) … Brigitta / Djinn
Exile on Main St. (2010) … Brigitta / Djinn
 2010 The Homestead (Short)
 2010 Hard Ride to Hell (Video)
 2010 Fringe (TV Series)
Rose Falls

Johari Window (2010) … Rose Falls
 2010 A Trace of Danger (TV Movie)
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Chloe Brooks
 2009 Health Nutz (TV Movie)
Jennifer Noir
 2009 Eureka (TV Series)
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 2008 Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage
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 2007 Blood Ties (TV Series)

The Devil You Know (2007) … Christina
 2007 Flash Gordon (TV Series)

Life Source (2007) … Lilian
 2007 Sanctuary (TV Mini-Series)

Webisode Seven (2007) … Caird
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 2007 Fallen (TV Mini-Series)

The Time of the Redeemer (2007) … Penemue
 2007/IV The Visitor (Short)
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Marlene Brenden
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Lily Mercy
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Elizabeth Wainio
 2006 The L Word (TV Series)
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Nicole Forester
 2005 Stargate: Atlantis (TV Series)

The Brotherhood (2005) … Sanir
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Sara Tobias
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Conduit to Destiny (2003) … Siara
 2003 Alarium (Short)
 2002 UC: Undercover (TV Series)
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Teddy C (2002) … Collin’s Daughter
 2001 Cold Squad (TV Series)
Larisa Childs

The Needle and the Debutante (2001) … Larisa Childs
 2001 Special Unit 2 (TV Series)
Amber / Naughty Girl #3

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 2000 Scorn (TV Movie)
 1999 Stargate SG-1 (TV Series)

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Sarah Lancaster

Jennifer Lien

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Jennifer Lien
Born Jennifer Anne Lien
August 1974 (age 41)
Palos Heights, Illinois, U.S.
Education Professional Children’s School
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990-2002
Spouse(s) Phil Hwang
Children 1

Jennifer Anne Lien (born August 1974)[1] is an American former actress, best known for playing the alien Kes on the television series Star Trek: Voyager.

Early life[edit]

Jennifer Ann Lien was born in Illinois in August 1974, the youngest of three children, and joined the Illinois Theatre Center at the age of 13.[1]

In a 1992 interview, Lien said: “My childhood was wild because I was very uncomfortable living where I lived (the South Side of Chicago). It was very industrial – if you didn’t fit in you got your ass kicked. I was just my own person, and I adopted this really tough skin because I had to if I wanted to survive. A lot of my friends were into drugs, and I saw a lot of them die.”[2]

In a 1993 interview, Lien said: “When I was a little kid in Chicago, I always used to pretend I was somebody else. I wrote little plays, I was a tomboy, I hung out with the guys a lot. I never had much interest in hanging out with girls. I was always writing plays or watching movies or reading books, and when I was in seventh grade in junior high, I joined the drama club and found that I could fit right in, I could relax, I could do anything I wanted. I began to think I could make a difference, I could make people happy. I felt like I made the world just a little better for a while. Then, on the advice of an eighth grade teacher, I went to acting class, and then got an agent. I did industrial films and some theatre. Soon, casting directors started hiring me and then I got an interview with the people from AW (Another World). They liked me, asked me to come to New York, so here I am!”[3]


Her first television appearance was in a bubblegum advertisement playing twins.[4] Her first appearance on a television series was playing a music academy student in an episode of Brewster Place starring Oprah Winfrey in 1990, the same year she provided her voice for the dubbed English language version of Baby Blood, a French horror film. Lien moved to New York in 1991 after she was cast in the role of Hannah Moore on the series Another World in 1991, where she attended and graduated the Professional Children’s School while working on this series.[5]

In a 1992 interview, Lien said: “A couple of years ago, I was trying to get an audition for a baseball movie, so I said that I could play baseball. We’d always played a lot while I was growing up, like in the backyard. But when I showed up at the audition, I was faced with these Goliath-like, testosterone women who could really play. I did survive the two days of training and auditions, but I basically pulled every muscle in my body!”[6]

In 1993, she was cast as Roanne in Phenom, a sitcom starring Judith Light. That year she also participated in the recording of Adam Sandler’s comedy album They’re All Gonna Laugh At You in which she played the part of the Valedictorian on the track “The Buffoon And The Valedictorian”, as well as one of the daughters on the track “Oh, mom…”.[7]

In 1994, she was cast as Kes on Star Trek: Voyager. Her character is Ocampan, a species in the Star Trek universe that lives for just 8 or 9 years, who joins the crew of the starship after it is stranded 75,000 light-years from Earth.[8] She was released from the series at the beginning of season 4, to allow the budget to bring on Jeri Ryan, who joined the cast as Seven of Nine. In 2000, Lien returned for a season 6 episode of Star Trek: Voyager titled “Fury“, where she had input into the script.[9]

In a 1995 interview, Lien said the following about a Voyager co-star: “I’m so lucky that so many of my scenes are with Ethan. He’s such an incredibly talented guy, really great and so funny. He’s always making us laugh. It’s the best possible situation for an actress to play opposite him.”[10]

In a 1996 interview, Lien said the following about two Voyager co-stars: “I was working on a scene in Sickbay the other day with Kate and Bob Picardo, and they – they know what they’re doing. They’re both such good actors. I thought, ‘Oh, God, I’m so lucky to be here!’ I didn’t say anything to them because – I don’t know why I didn’t say anything. It’s probably just not the kind of thing you say to people. I was seeing talent, experience and wisdom in action, inventiveness and creativity happening in front of me. It’s a good job I have.”[11]

Richard Lutz wrote: “The character which best embodies the humane values embedded in Star Trek mythology is Kes, thanks in large part to Jennifer Lien, whose remarkable performance brought to life a beautiful child-like being (Ocampa) whose short lifespan and humanity remind us that the most important element in a life worth living is a loving connection with our fellow human beings.”[12]

After Voyager, Lien appeared in the movie American History X as older sister Davina Vinyard alongside Edward Norton’s character Derek Vinyard. In 1998, Lien appeared in SLC Punk! playing Sandy, the wild girlfriend of Matthew Lillard’s character Stevo. She also voiced Agent “L” for the first three seasons of Men in Black: The Animated Series (1997-1999) and the first 7 episodes of the 2000 season.


Lien has attended sci-fi conventions in relation to her role as Kes when she was working on Voyager and after her film career ended.

In a 1995 interview, Lien said the following about these conventions: “The conventions are something within themselves, a unique world. It’s a very different experience in that I can talk to other people involved in the world of Star Trek, like authors and actors form other Star Trek shows. I also get to meet people from other SF shows, because they tend to have guests from other series at the conventions I attend. The fans love the conventions, love meeting the people involved in their favorite shows. That makes you want to give them everything you can. I try to tell them what’s going on, share my laughter and tell them about the wonderful experience I’ve been having on Voyager. The feedback is just so positive. The fans seem to really like the show, and that’s good. If they have any negative feedback, they give it to me, too, which is fine. They’re usually pretty respectful, and they come up with things that are very interesting – positive and negative – and I get sucked into it.”[11]

Personal life[edit]

She is married to writer and filmmaker Phil Hwang; their first child, Jonah, was born on September 5, 2002.[13] Since the birth of her son, Lien has retired from acting and voice-over work; however, she was credited as executive producer on her husband’s 2008 film Geek Mythology.[14]

In August 2010, Lien said she intended to work as a nutritionist after completing her studies.[9]

In July 2012, Lien was arrested in Harriman, Tennessee, for an alleged domestic assault.[15]

In April 2015, Lien was arrested in Harriman, Tennessee and charged with evading arrest, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment and aggravated assault in relation to an alleged speeding offence.[16]

In September 2015, Lien was arrested in Harriman, Tennessee for two counts of misdemeanor exposure after allegedly exposing herself to a child under the age of 13. During an argument with a neighbor (which reportedly started with Lien criticizing her neighbor’s parenting skills after her children began crying),[17] Lien allegedly exposed her breasts and buttocks after being told to “mind her own business.”[18] Lien reportedly threatened the police who arrested her.[17][18]



Year Title Role Notes
1990 Baby Blood Yanka (voice) Voice-over debut
1998 American History X Davina Vinyard
1998 Hoofboy N/A Short (18 min)
1998 The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride Young Adult Vitani Uncredited
1998 SLC Punk! Sandy
2001 Rubbernecking Nurse


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Brewster Place Music Academy Student Episode: “One Small Step at a Time”
1991–1992 Another World Hannah Moore Unknown episodes
1993–1994 Phenom Roanne 22 episodes
1994 The Critic Valerie Fox Episode: “The Pilot”
1995 Inside the New Adventure: Star Trek – Voyager Herself TV special
1995–2000 Star Trek: Voyager Kes 68 episodes
1996 Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man Movie Actress (voice) Episode: “Apocalypse Not”
1996 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Elise (voice) Episode: “Eclipse”
1996 Star Trek: 30 Years and Beyond Herself / Kes TV special
1997 Superman Inza Nelson (voice) Episode: “The Hand of Fate”
1997–2000 Men in Black: The Series Elle (voice) 40 episodes
1998 Spawn Merrick (voice) Episode: “Hellzapoppin”
2003 Battle Force: Andromeda Alora (voice, rumored) 2 episodes


Year Title Role Notes
Pre 1992 Androcles and the Lion Lavinia Illinois Theatre Center
Pre 1992 Edmund Glenna Illinois Theatre Center
Pre 1992 Emergency Room Shiela Brooks Illinois Theatre Center
Pre 1992 Othello Bianca Illinois Theatre Center
Pre 1992 The Tempest Miranda Illinois Theatre Center
Pre 1992 Show Boat N/A Illinois Theatre Center
Pre 1992 When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder? Cheryl Illinois Theatre Center