Karen McMullen is known for her work on The Devil’s Own (1997), Malcolm X (1992) and The Boxer (1997).
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Actress (3 credits)
 1986 Call Me Mister (TV Series)

The Bombay Ducks (1986) … Tracy
 1983 Grey Granite (TV Series)
Radical Redhead

Granite and Thistledown (1983) … Radical Redhead
 1982 Take Three Women (TV Series)
Girl at Party

Victoria (1982) … Girl at Party
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Natalie Makenna


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Natalie Makenna

Natalie Makenna is an actor and opera singer in Los Angeles. She has appeared in over 100 films and commercials and has hosted over 50 episodes of shows focusing on travel, music, and sports. Most recently she was nominated for Best Actress in a Feature Film for her work in Osprey at the 2018 Nice International Film Festival.
Actress (53 credits)
  Room 13 (Short) (pre-production)
  The Great Illusion (post-production)
Birthday Cake Girl
 2018 Osprey (completed)
Natalie Fisher
 2018 Meet Me (TV Mini-Series)
 2018 The Caption (Short)
Fancy Woman
 2017/II Glow
Jack’s Mother (Young) (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2017 H8ters (TV Series)
Bikini Girl

House H(a)unters (2017) … Bikini Girl
 2017/I Song to Song
Ashes Girl (uncredited)
 2017 The Mayors Daughter (Short)
 2016 Crunch Time (TV Mini-Series)
Gorgeous Woman

The Big Sleep (2016) … Gorgeous Woman (as Natalie Wilemon)
The Business (2016) … Gorgeous Woman (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2016 Professor Isle’s Laboratory (TV Series)
Louann Lewinsky (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2016 Second Impression
Holly Madden (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2016 Bald Face Lie (Short)
Helen (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015 Alternate Realities
Valerie Evelyn (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015 The Association (Video)
Vesta (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015 Millennium Come
Cavata Corliss (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015 Kiss Away My Ghosts (Video short)
Ghost (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015 Fess Up
Shannon Hampton (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015/I 3 Days
Becky (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2015 The Walking Deceased
Barbie (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 Breaking the Curse (Short)
Lindsay (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 Davis Farm
Reporter (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 The One I Wrote for You
Rafael’s Assistant (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 2 & Twenty-Six *Reprise*
Dr. Donna Briggs (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 The Daily Show (TV Series)
Flirty Cowgirl

Ellar Coltrane (2014) … Flirty Cowgirl
 2014 Deliverance Creek (TV Movie)
Duke’s Saloon Girl (uncredited)
 2014 Manglehorn
Clara Massey (uncredited)
 2014 Werebitch Meets the Sexy Ass Creature from the Black Lagoon (Short)
The Monster (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 Helen Alone
Roxy (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014 Co-Ed Campfire Carnage
Sarah (Polterzeitgeist) (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2014/I Boyhood
College Student (uncredited)
 2013 Greenbelt
Cindy (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2013 The Underneath
Jessie (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2013 Goin’ Guerrilla
Claire (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2013/I Entity
Gail (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2013 Eric Paul: Dynamo (Video short)
Candi Bell (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2013 It’s Always About a Girl: True Stories About Sex and Relationships (Short)
Candi Bell (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012/III We Are Family (Short)
Eternity’s Tales Crew (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 Come and Hold Me (Video short)
Female lead (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 Biohazard: Patient Zero
Liz (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 Daughter of Werebitch Meets Skankenstein (Short)
The Monster (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 Jon
Bar Girl (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 Mixtape (Short)
Laura (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 What Would You Do? (TV Series)
Mean Girl

Episode dated 20 April 2012 (2012) … Mean Girl (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2012 Enemy of the Mind
EMT Tech (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2011 Abram’s Hand
Lilly (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2011 Phantom Tragedy (Short)
Kelly (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2011 Street Heat (Short)
Annie (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2011/I Turkey Day
Andi (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2010 Polterzeitgeist (Short)
Sarah (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2010 Post-Racial (Short)
White Anna (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2010 Snatch ‘n’ Grab
Natalie (as Natalie Wilemon)
 2009 Friday Night Lights (TV Series)
Opposing Cheerleader

In the Skin of a Lion (2009) … Opposing Cheerleader (uncredited)
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Francesca Archibugi

Francesca Archibugi

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Francesca Archibugi
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Francesca Archibugi at the Italian Film Festival in Tokyo, 3 May 2008.
Born (1960-05-16) 16 May 1960 (age 58)
Rome, Italy
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Years active 1988-present

Francesca Archibugi (Italian pronunciation: [franˈtʃeska arkiˈbudʒi]; born 16 May 1960) is an Italian film director and scriptwriter.

Life and career[edit]

Born and raised in Rome in an intellectual family (her elder brother is the political and economic theorist Daniele Archibugi), she started to study acting with Alessandro Fersen and graduated in Film Direction from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome.

From 1980 to 1983 she directed short films such as La piccola avventura (1981), about handicapped children, and acted in La caduta degli angeli ribelli (1981), directed by Marco Tullio Giordana and starring Alida Valli. She filmed the short Un sogno truffato in 1984 with the Lualdi-Interlenghi duo and played the neurotic intellectual woman in Giuseppe Bertolucci‘s film Segreti, segreti (1986), again starring Alida Valli, and with Rossana Podestà, Lea Massari, Lina Sastri and Stefania Sandrelli.

She wrote the script of L’estate sta finendo in 1987.

Her long film debut came with Mignon è partita in 1988, a bitter family portrait that examines the first experiences and disappointments of teenage love. The film won 5 David di Donatello awards: Best New Director, Best Actress (Stefania Sandrelli), Best Supporting Actor ( Massimo Dapporto), Best Script and Best Sound. During the filming, she fell in love with the composer Battista Lena, who wrote the score for her film.

Her second film, Verso sera (1990), starring Marcello Mastroianni and Sandrine Bonnaire, was a success. It was named Best Film of the year at David di Donatello Awards. The film was entered into the 17th Moscow International Film Festival.[1]

Her third film, The Great Pumpkin (Il grande cocomero) (1993), starring Sergio Castellitto and Anna Galiena, won 2 David di Donatello awards, for Best Film and Best Script, and was another success. It was also screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.[2]

In 1994 she filmed Con gli occhi chiusi, based on Federico Tozzi‘s novel, starring Laura Betti, Stefania Sandrelli, Sergio Castellitto and Debora Caprioglio. Her next films were La strana storia della banda sonora (1997) and L’albero delle pere (1998).

Ornella Muti starred in Domani in (2001), a film about the 1997 Umbria and Marche earthquake. She collaborated on Pasolini-le ragioni di un sogno (2001), and she filmed Giovanna Mezzogiorno and Roberto Citran in Lezioni di volo (2005).


Tanya Blount

Tanya Blount

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Tanya Blount
Birth name Tanya Blount
Born (1977-09-25) September 25, 1977 (age 41)
Origin Washington, D.C., United States
Genres R&B, soul, folk, gospel
Occupation(s) Actress, singer, author
Years active 1993–present
Labels Polydor Records, Bad Boy Entertainment, Seven49Group, Strong World Entertainment
Associated acts

Tanya Blount (born September 25, 1977,[citation needed] Washington, D.C., United States) is an African American actress, author and musician.

Early life and education[edit]

Blount was educated at Morgan State University, where she majored in psychology and sang in the university choir.[1]


Blount first came to prominence in the film, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993) in which she featured as the character “Tanya”. Her performance of “His Eye is on the Sparrow” with Lauryn Hill was a particularly notable moment. MadameNoire commented, ‘she and R&B/Hip-hop musician Lauryn Hill captivated audiences with a memorable performance’. Blount also appeared on the feature film’s original soundtrack album.[2][3][4][5][6]

Her debut album, Natural Thing, was released in 1994 and peaked at number 58 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album’s first single “I’m Gonna Make You Mine” peaked at number 57 on the USR&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. “Through the Rain” followed, peaking at number 27 on US R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and became her first appearance on the US Hot 100 where it peaked at number 90. Third single, “Hold On” peaked at number 66 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In 1994, Blount released a holiday single titled “Remember Love”.[7] In 1995, Blount received a nomination for Best New Artist at the Soul Train Awards.[8]

In 1996, Blount signed to Sean CombsBad Boy Entertainment and commenced the recording of her second album; writing for herself and other Bad Boy artists. Though Combs was involved in the project initially, interest in the album ‘flagged’. Though years passed, only 2 songs; “I Love Him” and “The Last Time We Made Love”, were released. According to EBONY, Blount was included on the label’s first gospel LP alongside artists; B.I.G., Faith Evans, Brandy, Carl Thomas, John P. Kee, Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men and Total. Commenting on the album, Blount explained ““I think Puffy is looking for a different way to go; he feels a responsibility to the Big Willies and hustlers to understand. A lot of people from the streets have a strong background in church. Maybe it’s time to send the message that they can party and still love Jesus.” Originally scheduled for release in 1997, the album was shelved indefinitely.[9] In February 2000, the Washington Post reported Blount was pursuing a release her from her contract with Bad Boy Entertainment and negotiating a settlement.[8]

Blount has had a consistent musical theatre career in productions including What Every Woman Wants[10], Sneaky, Preacher’s Kids, Born to Sing![11] and Christmas in Washington.[12] In 2008, Blount’s song “Right Here”, was featured in the 2008 Tyler Perry film, The Family That Preys.[13]

In 2016, Blount released a duet album with her husband as Trotter and Blount.[14] Titled Love Affair, the album spawned the single “Imagine”. The duo also released “Hi Ho” that year as The War and Treaty. “Hi Ho” was described by Paste writer Chris Estey as ‘the break out soul hit’. In 2017, The War and Treaty released the EP Down to the River, described as a mix of ‘blues, gospel, soul, bluegrass, country’ and heralded by Estey as ‘a splendidly made immediate classic about conflict and redemption.’[15][16] In 2018, Rolling Stone reported The War and Treaty’s debut album Healing Tide is due for release on August 10, 2018, describing the lead single as a ‘joyfully relentless title track, reminiscent of classic Ike and Tina Turner rock-infused soul’.[17] Estey of Paste describes ‘in songs about personal turmoil and the dread at the end of time, every kind of fear and joy is addressed through gut-stirring and feet-moving anthems like “Hit Dawg Will Holla,” “Set My Soul On Fire,” and the title track. Yet the two can sensually help heal the wounds from those confessional blasts with a sweet ballad like “Till The Mornin’” — they truly live up to the dynamic tension of their moniker.’[16]


Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details[7] Peak chart positions



Natural Thing[21] [A] 58
Love Affair[23]
(as Trotter and Blount)
Healing Tide[24]
(as The War and Treaty)
11 26

Live albums[edit]

List of extended plays
Title Album details
Live at Blue House[26][27][28]
(as The War and Treaty)

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays
Title Album details
Live on WMNF 88.5 with Amy Snider[31]
(as The War and Treaty)
Down to the River[32]
(as The War and Treaty)


as lead artist
List of singles as a lead artist, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title[7] Year Chart positions Album

Adult R&B

I’m Gonna Make You Mine 1994 57 34 85 Natural Thing
Through the Rain 90 27 21
Hold On 66
“Remember Love”[37][38] Special Gift
“I Love Him”
(featuring Mase)[39]
2000 non album single
as featured artist
List of singles as a featured artist, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Year Chart positions Album

Adult R&B

(Theme from Panther)
1995 45 18 34 Panther: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
as The War and Treaty
List of singles as a lead artist, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title[7] Year Chart positions Album

Adult R&B

“Hi Ho” [44] 2016 Down to the River
“Healing Tide” [45][17] 2018 Healing Tide
“Are You Ready to Love Me?” [46]

Album appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album
“Remember Love”[38] 1996 Tanya Blount Special Gift
(Holiday compilation by Polydor Records)
“I Love Him”[47] 1998 Tanya Blount Nothin’ But The Hotness In ’98
(Compilation by Bad Boy Entertainment)
“The Last Time We Made Love”[48] 1999 Tanya Blount Bad Boy Entertainment Presents: Emotional
(Compilation EP by Bad Boy Entertainment)
“Been Changed”[49] 2007 7 Sons of Soul
(feat. Tanya Blount)

Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album
“Oh Happy Day”[50] 1993 St. Francis Choir[51] Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit:
The Motion Picture Soundtrack
“His Eye Is On The Sparrow”[50] Tanya Blount and Lauryn Hill
Joyful, Joyful”[50] St. Francis Choir[51](featuring Devin Kamin, Lauryn Hill, Ron Johnson, Ryan Toby)
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”[50] Cast and Whoopi Goldberg
(Theme from Panther)
1995 Various: Aaliyah, Felicia Adams, May May Ali, Amel Larrieux, Az-Iz, Blackgirl, Mary J. Blige, Tanya Blount, Brownstone, Casserine, Changing Faces, Coko, Tyler Collins, N’Dea Davenport, E.V.E., Emage, En Vogue, Eshe & Laurneá (of Arrested Development), Female, For Real, Penny Ford, Lalah Hathaway, Jade, Jamecia, Jazzyfatnastees, Queen Latifah, Billy Lawrence, Joi, Brigette McWilliams, Milira, Miss Jones, Cindy Mizelle, Monica, Me’Shell NdegéOcello, Natasha, Pebbles, Pure Soul, Raja-Nee, Brenda Russell, SWV, Chantay Savage, Sonja Marie, Tracie Spencer, Sweet Sable, TLC, Terri & Monica, Vybe, Crystal Waters, Caron Wheeler, Karyn White, Vanessa Williams, Xscape, Y?N-Vee, Zhané Panther: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
“Right Here”[13] 2008 Tanya Blount The Family That Preys

Writing credits[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album
“I Love Him”[39] 2000 Tanya Blount Nothin’ But The Hotness In ’98 and Bad Boy 2000
(Compilations by Bad Boy Entertainment)
“Right Here”[13] 2008 Tanya Blount The Family That Preys



An accomplished actress, singer, and songwriter, Valeria Andrews first made a name for herself with a featured acting role in the film Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993), starring Whoopi Goldberg. Valeria also co-wrote the song “Pay Attention” for the film’s soundtrack. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993) was an international sensation. In …
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Actress (6 credits)
 2005 Once Upon a Wedding
Jennifer (as Valeria)
 2005 Freddie (TV Series)

Rich Man, Poor Girl (2005) … Krystal (as Valeria)
 2004 George Lopez (TV Series)

Landlord Almighty (2004) … Taylor
 2003 Just Married
Wendy (as Valeria)
 2002 American Family (TV Series)

Mexican Revolution (2002) … Izabel
Crash Boom Love: Part 1 (2002) … Izabel
The Barber Shop (2002) … Izabel
Citizen Cisco … Izabel
 1993 Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
Classroom Kid
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
 1993 Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (performer: “Wake Up and Pay Attention”) / (writer: “Wake Up and Pay Attention”)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2005 Behind the Mask of Zorro (TV Movie documentary)
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 2017 Bailando por un sueño (TV Series)

Episode dated 29 May 2017 (2017) … Cameo
 2016 I Married a Dumbass
 2013 To Fool a Thief
 2012 Ni un hombre más
 2011 Widows
 2010 Belgrano
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 2008 A Boyfriend for My Wife
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 2008 Rain
 2007 XXY
 2007 Hotel Tívoli
 2007 La Antena
Son of Mr TV
 2006 Mientras tanto
 2006 Vientos de agua (TV Mini-Series)

XII (2006) … Lucía
XI (2006) … Lucía
 2005 Killer Women (TV Series)
Marta Bogado

Marta Bogado, madre (2005) … Marta Bogado
 2005 Hermanas
Elena Levín
 2004 Avellaneda’s Moon
 2003 The Magic Gloves
 2003 Strange
 2002 Máximo in My Heart (TV Series)
Luján Robledo de López Paz-Martinelli

Episode #1.3 (2002) … Luján Robledo de López Paz-Martinelli
Episode #1.2 (2002) … Luján Robledo de López Paz-Martinelli
Episode #1.1 (2002) … Luján Robledo de López Paz-Martinelli
 2002 Final Minute (TV Series)

Noche real (2002)
 2001 Four Friends (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.3 (2001) … Rita
Episode #1.2 (2001) … Rita
Episode #1.1 (2001) … Rita
 2000 Por ese palpitar (TV Series)

Episode #1.33 (2000)
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Episode #1.32 (2000)
Episode #1.30 (2000)
Episode #1.29 (2000)
 1998-1999 Gasoleros (TV Series)

Episode #2.203 (1999) … Elbita
Episode #1.240 (1998) … Elbita
Episode #1.236 (1998) … Elbita
Episode #1.235 (1998) … Elbita
Episode #1.239 (1998) … Elbita
 1999 Alma mía
 1999 Silvia Prieto
 1996-1998 Verdad consecuencia (TV Series)

Episode #3.1 (1998)
Episode #3.38 (1996)
Episode #3.39 (1996)
Episode #3.37 (1996)
Episode #3.36 (1996)
 1997 Carola Casini (TV Series)

Episode #1.42 (1997)
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 2013 Profiles in Cowardice (Short) (completed)
 2018 Crashing (TV Series)
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Roast Battle (2018) … Beth Stelling
 2018 Corporate (TV Series)

Corporate Retreat (2018) … Natasha
 2017 Get Krack!n (TV Series)
Dr. Joy Klawn

Episode #1.3 (2017) … Dr. Joy Klawn
 2017 The High Court (TV Series short)
Guest Bailiff (2017)
 2016 Red Oaks (TV Series)

Independence Day (2016) … Margot
The Bris (2016) … Margot
Old Flames (2016) … Margot
 2016 Pickle and Peanut (TV Series)

Volcano/Bike Jumper (2016) … Girl (voice)
 2016 The Whizz (Short)
 2015 This Isn’t Funny
 2015 Staring at Trees (Short)
 2013 Librarians (Video short)
Book Thief
 2013 Kam Kardashian (TV Series short)
Agent Stone

Orange You Glawd (2013) … Agent Stone
 2012 The Best of Craigslist (TV Series short)
Renter’s Friend

Vol. 7: I Have a Huge Bathroom (2012) … Renter’s Friend
 2011 So Many Days (Short)
 2010 Detroit 1-8-7 (TV Series)

Lost Child/Murder 101 (2010) … Greta


Brooke Williams was born on January 3, 1984 in Christchurch, New Zealand. She is an actress, known for Spartacus (2010), 12 Monkeys (2015) and Slow West (2015).
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 2018/I June (Short)
 2016-2018 12 Monkeys (TV Series)
Hannah Jones / Hannah

The Beginning Part 2 (2018) … Hannah Jones
Daughters (2018) … Hannah Jones
One Minute More (2018) … Hannah Jones
Demons (2018) … Hannah
After (2018) … Hannah Jones
 2016-2017 The Shannara Chronicles (TV Series)

Amberle (2017) … Catania
Wraith (2017) … Catania
Druid (2017) … Catania
Ellcrys (2016) … Catania
Safehold (2016) … Catania
 2017 A Woman’s Right to Shoes (Short)
 2015 True Crime: Venus and Mars (TV Movie)
Caroline Blake
 2015 Slow West
 2014 Anzac Girls (TV Mini-Series)
Sister Edith ‘Poppy’ Popplewell

Endurance (2014) … Sister Edith ‘Poppy’ Popplewell
Duty (2014) … Sister Edith ‘Poppy’ Popplewell
 2012-2013 Shortland Street (TV Series)
Lana Jacobs

Episode #22.48 (2013) … Lana Jacobs
Episode #22.47 (2013) … Lana Jacobs
Episode #22.46 (2013) … Lana Jacobs
Episode #22.45 (2013) … Lana Jacobs
Episode #22.44 (2013) … Lana Jacobs
 2011-2012 The Almighty Johnsons (TV Series)

Folkmoot (2012) … Eva
Death’s Cleansing Embrace (2012) … Eva
Charlie Truman (2012) … Eva
Frigg Magnet (2012) … Eva
And She Will Come to You (2012) … Eva
 2010-2012 Spartacus (TV Series)

Fugitivus (2012) … Aurelia
Kill Them All (2010) … Aurelia
Revelations (2010) … Aurelia
Old Wounds (2010) … Aurelia
Party Favors (2010) … Aurelia
 2011 Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (TV Mini-Series)

Past Transgressions (2011) … Aurelia
 2011 Ice (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.2 (2011) … Milly
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Milly
 2010 Outrageous Fortune (TV Series)

Tis So Concluded (2010) … Elena
Desperate Undertakings (2010) … Elena
Their Grand Commission (2010) … Elena
Look Here, Upon This Picture (2010) … Elena
 2010 Predicament
Margot Bramwell
 2010 This Is Not My Life (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2010) … Crystal
 2009-2010 Legend of the Seeker (TV Series)

Unbroken (2010) … Jennsen
Fever (2009) … Jennsen
Bloodline (2009) … Jennsen
 2009 Go Girls (TV Series)

Do the Right Thing (2009) … Wanda
Changes (2009) … Wanda
Faking It (2009) … Wanda
 2007 Kissy Kissy
 2005 Meet Me in Miami


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 2019 The Rising Hawk (filming)
 2018 The Little Mermaid
 2018 Home by Spring (TV Movie)
 2016-2017 The Shannara Chronicles (TV Series)
Amberle Elessedil

Amberle (2017) … Amberle Elessedil
Warlock (2017) … Amberle Elessedil
Druid (2017) … Amberle Elessedil
Ellcrys (2016) … Amberle Elessedil
Safehold (2016) … Amberle Elessedil
 2016 Dark Souls III (Video Game)
Shira Knight of Filianore – The Ringed City DLC (voice)
 2015 Sexwax (Short)
 2015 Writers Retreat
 2015 Unhallowed Ground
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 2014 Plebs (TV Series)

The Phallus (2014) … Cordelia
 2014 Down Dog
 2014 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Summer Haleston

The Killings of Copenhagen (2014) … Summer Haleston
 2014 Father Brown (TV Series)
Selina McKinley

The Ghost in the Machine (2014) … Selina McKinley
 2013 Big Bad Blood (Short)
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 2013 Downton Abbey (TV Series)
Madeleine Allsopp

The London Season (2013) … Madeleine Allsopp
 2013 When Calls the Heart (TV Movie)
 2012/I Emily (Short)
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 2018 Home & Family (TV Series)

 2016 Hellblazerbiz (TV Series)