Furiase in 2015
|Born||Elena Furiase González
(1988-03-09) March 9, 1988
Elena Furiase González (born March 9, 1988) is a Spanish actress. She is a daughter of Spanish singer Lolita Flores and Guillermo Furiase.
Elena is working in the famous series of Antena 3, El Internado. Plays the role of Vicky. She won the Best Actress of the Year Awards Joven 2007 for this role. In September 2008, premiered at the Teatro Amaya (Madrid), the second season of “Forget the Drums” by Ana Diosdado. In the play, directed by Victor Conde, Elena involved the role of Fury (Alicia).
On November 14, 2008, opened the El libro de las aguas, directed by Antonio Gimenez-Rico. It is based on the book of the same name of Alejandro Lopez Andrada, and Elena plays Amalia. In early 2009 she participated in the video clip “La Lola”. The song is dedicated to his grandmother, “La Faraona”.
In May 2009 she was the figure of the footwear brand, “Coolway”.
In August 2009, she participated in the film Bad People.
In November 2009, she made the cover of FHM magazine in its Spanish edition.
|2008||El libro de las aguas|
|2007 – 2010||El Internado|
|Cómo perderse en el Thyssen o un beso para la bailarina verde||Ainhoa Amestoty D’Ors|
|En alta mar||Ainhoa Amestoty D’Ors|
|El teatro fantástico de Jacinto Benavente||Ainhoa Amestoty D’Ors|
|2008||Olvida los tambores||Víctor Conde|
|Born||Beatriz Luengo González
(1982-12-23) 23 December 1982
|Other names||Bea, BL|
|Occupation||Singer–songwriter, actress, dancer, entrepreneur|
|Spouse(s)||Yotuel Romero (m. 2008)|
|Genres||Latin pop, pop, R&B, soul|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, piano|
|Associated acts||UPA Dance, Yotuel, Mónica Cruz, Silvia Marty, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Pablo Puyol|
Beatriz Luengo González (born 23 December 1982) is a Spanish singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, and entrepreneur. She gained international recognition by portraying Lola Fernández in the Antena 3 series One Step Forward (Spanish: Un paso adelante) and its spin–off musical group UPA Dance. Consisting of Luengo, Pablo Puyol, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Mónica Cruz and Silvia Marty, UPA Dance released one studio album, UPA Dance, which reached number one at the Spanish Albums Chart and sold over 1.1 million units in Spain and France.
Following the ending of Un paso adelante, Luengo launched a solo career and released her debut studio album Mi generación in 2005, followed by BL (2006), Carrousel (2008) and Bela y sus moskitas muertas (2011). She also co–wrote the song “Más fuerte” for Cucu Diamantes and earned a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Best Alternative Song in 2009. In 2007 Beatriz Luengo won an EBBA Award.
- 1 Early life and career
- 2 Music career
- 3 Other work
- 4 Personal life
- 5 Discography
- 6 Filmography
- 7 Stage credits
- 8 Awards and nominations
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Early life and career
Beatriz Luengo was born in Madrid in December 1982. The daughter of Angelines and Juan, she grew up and lived in the district of Hortaleza. In her free time, she played on the district basketball team.
When she was six years old she began to be interested in show business, after seeing a TV broadcast of the musical film Cabaret starring Liza Minnelli, who became a role model. She trained at the Royal Academy of Dance, where she studied ballet, jazz dance, Funky and flamenco.
When she was ten, she formed a musical group called Tatu with two childhood friends. They recorded a CD but the record label went out of business and their debut album was not released. Disappointed, Luengo gave up attending casting calls. After months, she successfully auditioned as a dancer for the Rita and Miliki Circus.
She danced on different TV spots for Televisión Española and was the singer in the TV program Esto Me Suena. She performed in musicals such as La Magia de Broadway I and II, Annie, Jekyll & Hyde, Hermanos de Sangre, and Peter Pan. During her stage performances she had the chance to work with Luis Ramirez, musical directors Alberto Quintero and Cesar Belda, and choreographer Luka Yesi.
Mi generación and BL: 2005–07
In 2005 she released her debut solo album, Mi Generación, on the Universal Music label. It was recorded in Spain, Belgium, and the United States. The album is a R&B/Pop album, mixing some flamenco beats.
In early 2005, she released the first single from the album, “Mi Generación”, but it failed to make impact on the Spanish charts, despite peaking at #4 on the Airplay chart.
The second single from the album was “Go Away”, a song written by American Pop star Justin Timberlake, and peaked at #1 on the Spanish Singles Chart. The third and final single was “Hit Lerele”, a R&B song which peaked at #4 in Spain.
The album peaked at #20 in Spain, and sold in excess 30,000 copies, a commercial failure for Luengo and her label. Mi Generación had an exclusive release in France via FNAC stores, and peaked at #4 on the FNAC Top 20 without any form of promotion.
She won the prize “Better Musical Future”, and she was chosen by the Spanish audience to represent Spain at the “Wanadoo Discoveries” in Nice, where she placed second. She was nominated to the MTV European Music Awards celebrated in Lisbon. She was invited in 2005 to the Grammy Awards and in 2006 to Cannes Festival.
In 2006, after the success of “Un Paso Adelante” in France, Universal released an edition of Mi Generación there, called BL. The lead single was “Hit Lerele”, which peaked at #14 in France with sales of more than 90,000 copies. The second single was “Escape”, and did also well on the charts, peaking at #14, selling 90,000 copies.
The album was released in mid-2006, and peaked at #7, selling 130,000 copies and being certified as Gold. The third and final single from BL was the R&B song “May Yo Lo”, featuring Ruzzo from Orishas. However, this was only a promo single for French music stations; it did well on some radio stations.
The album peaked at #58 on the European Top 100 Albums Chart, and the single “Hit Lerele” was a Top 50 hit on the European Hot 100 Singles Chart.
Carrousel and Bela y sus moskitas muertas: 2008–present
After three years outside the music scene, Luengo recorded a new album, Carrousel, in France in early 2008.
The album was produced by Yotuel Romero and Andres Levin, and Luengo wrote all the lyrics. The album is a mixture of various rhythms, from flamenco to R&B and Adult-Contemporary Pop. The album was released on May 4, 2008, via Universal Music Spain.
Despite the success of the lead single, “Pretendo Hablarte”, which peaked at #4 on the Spanish Singles Chart, the album only peaked at #25 on the Spanish Top 100 Albums Chart.
On September 20, 2011, Beatriz released Bela y Sus Moskitas Muertas. The album was released in Europe, USA, and Latin America. The album received rave reviews and was highlighted in the New York Times as “a whimsical and sensual mix of soft reggae-minded rock”. Her first single from the album “Como Tú No Hay 2” reached the top of radio charts in the United States, Spain, and Argentina. The video for the single was nominated for Music Video of the Year at Univision’s Premio Lo Nuestro Awards.
Bela y Sus Moskitas Muertas earned a nomination for the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album.
Television and film
Luengo had her first appearance in a feature film in Pasión Adolescente in 2000.
In television, she appeared in episodes of Spanish soap operas such as Robles Investigador Privado, Policías, Periodistas, and El Comisario. In 2001, Luengo starred in the TV series Un paso adelante, which made her well known in Spain, Europe, and some South American countries; it was here that the musical group Upa Dance was born. Upa Dance sold more than 600,000 copies of their first record.
She has been dating Cuban musician and actor Yotuel Romero since September 2003 – she met him on the set of One Step Forward TV show. They married on 6 November 2008. Yotuel Romero has a son, born in 1999 or 2000, from a previous relationship. On 20 August 2015, Luengo gave birth to her first child, a baby boy.
|2005||Mi generación||20||—||—||—||SP: 27,000+|
|2006||BL||–||7||—||58||FRA: Gold||FRA: 130,000+|
|2008||Carrousel||25||–||–||–||SP: 3xplatinum (digital)||SP: 80,000+
SP: 30,000+ (digitally)
|2011||Bela y sus moskitas muertas||37||–||—||—|
|“Mi generación”||2005||Mi generación||9||—||—||—||—||—|
|“Hit Lerele“||2006||BL||—||14||—||47||—||—||FRA: 90,000+|
|“Pretendo hablarte”||2008||Carrousel||4||—||—||84||—||—||SP: Platinum||SP: 40,000+|
|“Dime”||2009||10||—||—||38||—||—||SP: Gold||SP: 20,000+|
|“Y solo fui”||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|“Se llama amistad”||Non-album single||6||—||—||—||—||—|
|“Como tú no hay 2” (featuring Yotuel)||2011||Bela y sus moskitas muertas||36||—||5||—||34||18|
|“Ley de Newton” (featuring Jesús Navarro)||2012||—||—||—||—||46||17|
|“Lengua” (featuring Shaggy)||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|“Más que suerte” (featuring Jesús Navarro)||2016||Non-album single||21||—||—||—||—|
|El circo de Rita y Miliki||The Circus of Rita And Miliki||1993-1995||TV show||Herself||–|
|Periodistas||Journalists||2000||TV series||Candela||1 episode|
|Policías, en el corazón de la calle||Policemen, Of the Street by Heart||2000||TV series||Toñi||1 episode|
|Pasión adolescente||Adolescent Passion||2001||TV film||Mónica|
|El comisario||The Commissioner||2001||TV series||Girl||2 episodes|
|Robles, investigador||Robles, Investigator||2001||TV series||Girl||1 episode|
|Un paso adelante||One Step Forward||2001-2005||TV series||Dolores “Lola” Fernández||84 episodes|
|La hora de José Mota||The Hour of José Mota||2009||TV series||Girl||1 episode|
|Tu cara me suena||Your Face Sounds Familiar||2016||Contest||Contestant|
|Grease||1999||Lope de Vega Theatre, Madrid|
|Peter Pan||1999||Lope de Vega Theatre, Madrid
Nuevo Apolo Theatre, Madrid
|The Magic of Broadway I||1999||Lara Theatre, Madrid|
|Jekyll & Hyde||2000||Lope de Vega Theatre, Madrid|
|Blood Brothers||2000||Lope de Vega Theatre, Madrid|
|The Magic of Broadway II||2000||Lara Theatre, Madrid|
Awards and nominations
|Latin Grammy Awards||2012||Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album||“Bela y sus Moskitas Muertas”||Nominated|
|Cadena Dial Awards||2008||Best Spanish Artist||N/A||Won|
|Latin Grammy Awards||2009||Best Alternative Song||“Más fuerte”||Nominated|
|Lo Nuestro Awards||2011||Music Video of the Year||“Como tú no hay 2”||Nominated|
|Los 40 Principales Awards||2008||Best New Artist||N/A||Nominated|
|Best Video||“Pretendo hablarte”||Nominated|
|Max Awards||1999||Best Theatre Debut||Peter Pan||Won|
|MTV Europe Music Awards||2005||Best Spanish Act||N/A||Nominated|
|Orgullosamente Latino Awards||2010||Best Female Latin Artist||N/A||Nominated|
|Pentagrama Awards||2008||Achievement in Culture||N/A||Won|
|Spanish Music Awards||2005||Best New Act||N/A||Won|
(1985-03-31) 31 March 1985
|Spouse(s)||Mario Chavarría (m. 2017)|
Dafne became famous for playing Marta Ramos in the Spanish TV series Un paso adelante, along with actors like Mónica Cruz, Beatriz Luengo, Pablo Puyol, Silvia Marty and Lola Herrera. She studied dance and dramatic art, worked in the Fama musical, was the presenter of the XXI Goya Awards (2007) and also appeared in Naím Thomas’s “Caliente” videoclip.
|1996||Malena es un nombre de tango||Malena niña|
|1998||Resultado final||María José niña|
|1999||Entre las piernas||Celia|
|1999||Goya en Burdeos||Rosario|
|2000||Otro barrio, El|
|2001||Juego de Luna||Luna|
|2002||Caja 507, La||María Pardo Muñoz|
|2002/2005||Paso adelante, Un||Marta Ramos||49 episodes|
|2002/2006||Hospital Central||Rebeca||2 episodes|
|2007||Joint Security America||Captain Ines Diaz||pre-production|
|2009-12||Tierra de Lobos||Nieves|
|2013||Real Playing Game||Young Player #5|
Cloudia Swann is an English actress.
Life and career
Cloudia Swann was born in Leicestershire, and spent her early years living in Stratford-upon-Avon where she attended Bromsgrove School until the age of 13. Swann later attended Cheltenham College for her A-Levels before a 3-year Acting Diploma at the Oxford School of Drama.
Swann graduated from the Oxford School of Drama in 2005 when she landed her first screen leading role opposite Jesper Christanson as Alice in an Independent Feature Shaking Dreamland. In 2006 she landed a 3 part series Dream Team 80’s Hewland Productions for Sky TV before playing a semi regular role for BBC Scotlands River City. In 2007 Swann landed leading role Sophie in Shine Productions Dis/connected directed by Tom Harper, as part of the BBC 3 Pilot season. Swann played Mark Addy’s daughter from the north for ITV Bike Squad directed with Guy Jenkin where she later worked with him on his comedy Fried Brain Sandwich for Sony Pictures.
Swann had a small role in an episode of Demons which screened in February 2009, and also appeared in independent film, Shoot on Sight directed by Jag Mundhra starring Brian Cox and Greta Saatchi about the 7/11 bombings in London.
In 2010, Swann was cast in the Award Winning The Great Game Afghanistan, Tricycle Theatre. A British series of short plays on the history of Afghanistan and foreign intervention there, from the First Anglo-Afghan War to the present day, Directed by Nicolas Kent and Indhu Rubasingham. Swann played six different characters from a young Afgahn girl in Black Tulips to Simon Stephens Canopy of Stars where she portrayed a wife confronting her Sergeant Husband about returning to War. The success of the US Tour resulted in a return to Washington DC early 2011 for two exclusive performances for The Pentagon.
Prior to this Swann guested in many well known TV shows such as police drama The Bill, Doctors and Hollyoaks. Swann appeared in the Multi Million Rowntrees Randoms Campaign playing a random primary school teacher which was aired across the UK. Other company commercials in which Swann has appeared include telecommunications company Orange, Vageta and the Co-op.
She starred in a stage production of Of Mice and Men at the Dukes Theatre in Lancaster. In September 2011 she completed filming Real Playing Game a thriller starring a cast from around Europe, produced by MGN Filmes Tino Navarro.
|2013||Ramanujan||Ms. Bourne||Gnana Rajasekaran||Camphor Cinema|
|2012||7300 Days Later||Eddie||Luca Bertoluzzi||Passion Raw|
|2012||Next Exit||Jenny||Ben Goodger||Short Film|
|2011||RPG||Young Player #3||Tino Navarro||MGN Filmes|
|2007||Shoot on Sight||Justine Miller||Jag Mundhra||Cine Boutique|
|2006||All Bar Love||Eva||James Deryshire||Te papa|
|2006||Young Hearts Leap||Face Girl||Alex Kalymnios||BFI|
|2005||Shaking Dreamland||Alice||Martina Nagel||Eagle Films|
|2013||RPG||Young Player #8||David Rebordão and Tino Navarro|
|2012||Hollyoaks||Helen||Mickey Jones||Lime Pictures|
|2009||Fried Brain Sandwich||Carmel||Guy Jenkin||Sony Pictures|
|2009||Hollyoaks||Sandy||Tant Lay||Lime Pictures|
|2009||Demons||Greta||Tom Harper||Shine Productions|
|2008||Dis-connected||Sophie (lead)||Tom Harper||Shine Productions|
|2007||Bike Squad||Susan||Guy Jenkin||Hatrick Productions|
|2007||River City||Sophie||Various Directors||BBC Scotland|
|2006||The Bill||Sally Ayling||Robert Del Maestro||Thames TV|
|2006||Dream Team Retro||Susan||Rob McGillivery||Hewland|
|2010/11||Black Tulips (The Great Game)||Nahid||Nicolas Kent|
|2010/11||Wood for the Fire||Karen||Rachel Grunwald|
|2010/11||Night Is Darkest Before the Dawn||Minoo||Indhu Rubasingham|
|2010/11||On the Side of Angels||Fiona||Indhu Rubasingham|
|2010/11||Fiona Gall||Fiona||Nicolas Kent|
|2010/11||Canopy of Stars||Cheryl||Nicolas Kent|
|2009||Of Mice and Men||Curleys Wife||Kevin Dyer|
|2006||Othello||Desdemona||Kathryn Hunter, Marcello Magni|
|2012||Orange Christmas Commercial||Mum||Romania (TV,Internet)|
|2010||Canopy of Stars||Cheryl||BBC 3 (Radio)|
|2010||Tantemarie Commercial||Girl||Gordan Ramsey (Viral)|
|2009||Loose Women||N/a||BBC Lancaster (Radio)|
|2009||Rowntrees Randoms Commercial||School Teacher||UK (TV)|
|2008||Vageta Commercial||Girl||Baltic States (TV)|
|2007||Orange Commercial||Sushi Girl||Israel (Cinema and TV)|
|2006||The Co-op Commercial||Jealous Girl||Switzerland (Cinema and TV)|
- 1999: Lieb’ mich (Fernsehfilm)
- 2000: Tatort – Bienzle und das Doppelspiel (Fernsehreihe)
- 2000: Die Manns – Ein Jahrhundertroman (Fernseh-Dreiteiler)
- 2002: Tatort – Schützlinge
- 2002: Tatort – Filmriss
- 2003: Polizeiruf 110 – Verloren
- 2003: Schwabenkinder (Fernsehfilm)
- 2003: Ein starkes Team – Das große Schweigen (Fernsehserie)
- 2004: Papa und Mama (Fernsehfilm)
- 2007: Tatort – Sterben für die Erben
- 2007: Wilsberg – Die Wiedertäufer
- 2007: Polizeiruf 110 – Geliebter Mörder
- 2008: Was wenn der Tod uns scheidet?
- 2008: Mein Schüler, seine Mutter & ich
- 2010: 8 Uhr 28 (Fernsehfilm)
- 2011: Jorinde und Joringel (Fernsehfilm)
- 2011: Löwenzahn (Fernsehserie, Folge Gehirn – Der vergessene Freund)
- 2012: Kommissar Stolberg (Fernsehserie, Folge Blutsbrüder)
- 2012: SOKO Stuttgart – Kindergeburtstag
- 2013: Nacht über Berlin
- 2013: In aller Freundschaft (Fernsehserie)
- 2014: Tatort – Vielleicht
- 2014: Glückskind (Fernsehfilm)
- 2017: Die Unsichtbaren – Wir wollen leben
Alix Wilton Regan
|Alix Wilton Reagon|
|Born||Alix Sophie Wilton Regan
(1986-01-26) 26 January 1986
Westminster, London, England
Alix Sophie Wilton Regan (born 26 January 1986) is an English actress and model.
Born in Westminster, London, Regan attended L’Ile Aux Enfants primary school, the Lycee Francais Charles de Gaulle, and Latymer Upper School for A-Levels. She also attended Sylvia Young Theatre School.
After graduating, Regan enrolled in drama school and became the youngest ever student to be admitted to the NCDT and CDS accredited Drama Studio London. Whilst training, Regan represented her school at National level, in the BBC Radio Carlton Hobbs Awards. Regan was honored by the BBC panel with two Special Commendation Awards: Best Shakespearean Monologue and Best Contemporary Duologue.
After graduating at the age of 20, her first stage appearance was as Hannah in the two-handed Retreat by playwright James Saunders, which won a FringeReview Award for Most Outstanding Theatre Show at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007 and transferred to the New End Theatre, London. Since then, Regan has performed in theatrical productions at Theatre Royal Haymarket, The Tricycle Theatre, The King’s Head Theatre, The Arcola Theatre and The Landor Theatre.
She portrayed the main role of Leann in World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries, which co-starred Josh Myers. She is also a Founding Director of the London On Film Festival, held at the UK’s first social enterprise cinema, The Lexi, in north-west London. She appears as ‘Zoe’ in the 2012 UK feature film Life Just Is.
|The Bill||Josie Pike||TV series|
|2006||Bombshell||Sophie Welling||TV series|
|2007||Casualty||Clare Brickell||TV series|
|Risen||Rachel / Martha / Sonja / Tilda||Video game (voice)|
|Elemental Storage||Alice Hargrave|
|Dragon Age: Origins||Ser Cauthrien||Video game (voice)|
|2010||The Symmetry of Love||Jane||Supporting Role|
|Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening||Mhairi||Video game (voice)|
|2011||World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries||Leeann|
|Come Fly with Me||Françoise||TV series|
|Anno 2070||Tori Bartok||Video game (voice)|
|Trine 2||Isabel||Video game (voice)|
|2012||Mass Effect 3||Specialist Samantha Traynor||Video game (voice)|
|The Last Story||Calista||Video game (voice)|
|Leap Year||Leap Girls||Short film|
|Life Just Is||Zoe|
|WRC 3: FIA World Rally Championship||Narrator||Video game (voice)|
|Deponia||Goal||Video game (voice)|
|Chaos on Deponia||Goal||Video game (voice)|
|Risen 2: Dark Waters||Patty Steelbeard||Video game (voice)|
|Forza Horizon||Holly Cruz||Video game (voice)|
|ZombiU||Sondra Kelley||Video game (voice)|
|Blind Fate||Maria||Short film|
|2013||Divinity: Dragon Commander||Princess Lohannah, additional voices||Voice|
|Goodbye Deponia||Goal||Video game (voice)|
|Real Playing Game||Young Alice|
|The Night of the Rabbit||Additional Voices||Video game (voice)|
|The Amazing World of Gumball||Hexagon Lady / Carmen / The Internet||Animated TV series (voice)|
|Castles Made of Sand||Saffy|
|The Raven||Patricia Mayers||Video game (voice)|
|Soul Sacrifice||Sortiara / Illecebra||Video game (voice)|
|2014||The Heartbroke Hitman||Bo|
|Crossing Lines||Sabina Baxendale||TV series|
|Dragon Age: Inquisition||Female Inquisitor [British]||Video game (voice)|
|LittleBigPlanet 3||Pinky Buflooms||Video game (voice)|
|Sacred 3||Aria||Video game (voice)|
|New Tricks||Tessa Dugdale||TV series|
|Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition||The Weaver of Time, additional voices||Video game (voice)|
|Back Issue||Olivia Harrison||Short film|
|2015||Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide||Kerillian||Video game (voice)|
|Obsession: Dark Desires||Sarah Nottingham||TV series|
|The Leap||Jade / Erin||Short film|
|Skin & Bones||Alix||Short film|
|The Erotic Adventures of Anaïs Nin||Leah (journalist)||TV movie|
|Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trespasser||Female Inquisitor||Video game (voice)|
|Guitar Hero Live||Additional voices||Video game (voice)|
|2016||The Healer||Kirsty Smith||(original title: The White Room)|
|Deponia Doomsday||Goal||Video game (voice)|
|2017||The Brave||Dr. Kimberly Wells||TV series|
|Assassin’s Creed Origins||Aya||Video game (voice)|