Lucinda Millward is an actress and casting director, known for Little Scars (2004), Sensitive Skin (2005) and EastEnders (1985).

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Actress (5 credits)
 2008-2012 Doctors (TV Series)
Kate Heatley / Annabel Hedley-Browne

Perfect Storm (2012) … Kate Heatley
Two Out of Ten (2008) … Annabel Hedley-Browne
 2010 EastEnders (TV Series)
Brogan Callan

Episode dated 3 September 2010 (2010) … Brogan Callan
 2007 The Bill (TV Series)
Clare Turner

Dicing with Danger (2007) … Clare Turner
 2007 Sensitive Skin (TV Series)
Estate Agent

The Wilderness (2007) … Estate Agent
 2004 Little Scars


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Actress (1 credit)
 2017 Hoges (TV Mini-Series)
Wendy Hogan

The Paul Hogan Show (2017) … Wendy Hogan (uncredited)
Episode #1.1 (2017) … Wendy Hogan


Lauren Ridloff is known for her work on If You Could Hear My Own Tune (2011), Wonderstruck (2017) and The Magnificent Meyersons (2018).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2018 See Through (Short) (completed)
 2017 Sign Gene
 2017 Wonderstruck
Pearl, The Maid
 2016 Five Under Five Project (TV Series)

Earology (2016) … Mom
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2011 If You Could Hear My Own Tune (makeup artist)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2018 CBS News Sunday Morning (TV Series)

Episode #40.38 (2018) … Herself
 2018 The 72nd Annual Tony Awards (TV Special)
Herself – Nominee
 2018 Megyn Kelly Today (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.154 (2018) … Herself – Guest
 2011 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary)


Lauren grew up in Chicago, making her professional theatre debut at age 12 in the Goodman Theatre’s classic production of A Christmas Carol. As a teenager, she originated roles at Chicago Dramatists and the Chicago Children’s Theatre; in New York she appeared in a world premiere production at the Summer Play Festival of NYC. In Los Angeles, Lauren…
Actress (14 credits)
  Shelter (TV Movie) (pre-production)
 2011/I From the Top (Short) (completed)
 2018 Succession (TV Series)

Prague (2018) … Angela
 2018 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Officer Rachel Witten

Legacy (2018) … Officer Rachel Witten
 2017 The Big Sick
Party Goer 2
 2015 Switched at Birth (TV Series)

I Lock the Door Upon Myself (2015) … Serena
 2014 Still Not Famous (Video short)
 2013 Awkward. (TV Series)
Nerdy Girl

Who I Want to Be (2013) … Nerdy Girl
 2013 Arrested Development (TV Series)
High School Girl #2

Señoritis (2013) … High School Girl #2
 2007 The End of Magic (Short)
Laurie (as Lauren Van Patten)
 2007 Firehouse Dog (uncredited)
 2006 Against Type (TV Movie)
 2004 Fearless (TV Movie)
Young Gaia
 2003 I Scream (Short)
Dana (as Lauren Van Patten)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2014 Still Not Famous (Video short) (writer)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2016 Flea Market Flip (TV Series)

Battle of the Broadway Stars (2016) … Herself


Lauren Sieczkowski is an assistant director and actress, known for Telephone (2013), Lost and Gone Forever (2009) and The CollegeHumor Show (2009).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2010 Eros (Short)
 2009 The Rebel Ref (TV Series)
 2009 Green Room (TV Movie)
 2009 The CollegeHumor Show (TV Series)

Interns (2009) … Audrey
 2009 The Whitest Kids U’Know (TV Series)

Episode #3.1 (2009)


Lauren Reeder was born in San Diego. She received a Bachelors Degree in Drama from the University of California, Irvine. After college, Lauren chose to pursue film and television over musical theater and made the move to Los Angeles in 2006. She was cast in her first feature film by Garry Marshall in Valentine’s Day in 2010. »
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Actress (16 credits)
 2018 Yappie (TV Mini-Series)

Affinity War (2018) … Tess
Pilot (2018) … Tess
 2017 Justin Has a Date (Short)
 2016/IV The Neighbor (Short)
Grace Knight
 2016 Parker and the Crew (TV Movie)
Soccer Mom
 2012-2016 Living with Models (TV Series)

The Final Challenge (2016) … Lauren
Lauren in the Woods (2016) … Lauren
Breakup Drama (2016) … Lauren
Scrape Drama (2016) … Lauren
The Model Games (2016) … Lauren
 2015 Zirls (Short)
 2015 The Week
Obsessed Wine Server
 2015 Crush the Skull
 2014/IV Muse (Short)
The Friend
 2013 Tvoovies (TV Series)
Hermione / J.K. Rowling / Izzie / …

Harry Potter and the Law & Order of the Phoenix (2013) … Hermione / J.K. Rowling (voice)
The Grey’s Anatomy (2013) … Izzie (voice)
Indiana Jones and the Abbey of Downton (2013) … Marion (voice)
Mad X-Men (2013) … Storm (voice)
Jurassic Parks and Recreation (2013) … Ellie (voice)
 2013 Raze
 2012 Layover (TV Movie)
 2011/IV Prey (Short)
Candy Kane
 2011 Surfer Girl (Short)
 2010 Judy Lamont, Movie Star (Short)
 2010/I Valentine’s Day
Hotel Clerk Michelle


Tiffany Elle is known for her work on Better Things (2016), Keep the Fire (2012) and Be My Unfinished (2014).
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Actress (17 credits)
 2016-2017 Better Things (TV Series)
Fancy / Naomi

Rising (2017) … Fancy
September (2017) … Fancy
 2016 Almighty! (Short)
 2015 Exquisite Corpse (Short)
 2014-2015 Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey (TV Mini-Series short)
Tiffany / Tifffany

The Invisible Man (2015) … Tiffany
Galen Gering (2015) … Tiffany
The in Laws (2015) … Tiffany
Bryan Safi (2015) … Tiffany
Jay Ellis (2015) … Tiffany
 2014 Be My Unfinished (Short)
 2013 Weapons (Short)
 2012/II Keep the Fire (Short)
Eva Ein
 2011 Whitney (TV Series)

Two Broke-Up Guys (2011) … Woman
 2011/I The Proposition (Short)
 2009 Battle for Milkquarious (Short)
Strawberry Summers
 2009 Bunny’s Farewell (Short)
 2008 ‘Til Death (TV Series)

Raisinette in the Sun (2008) … Cashier
 2007 The IT Crowd (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 … Judy
 2005 Living Dead (Short)
Reenactment Patricia
 2005 The Television (Video short)
Reenactment Patricia
 2004 Finding Grace (Short)

Alison King

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Alison King

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Alison King
Born (1973-03-03) 3 March 1973 (age 45)
Leicester, Leicestershire, England
Nationality English
Education Groby Community College
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–present
Television Dream Team (1998–2003, 2005–2007)
Coronation Street (2006–)
Children 1
Parent(s) Alex and June King
Awards Full list

Alison Rosamund King (born 3 March 1973) is an English actress and model. She has had television roles as Lynda Block in the Sky One drama series Dream Team, and in Coronation Street as Mrs Fanshaw and later as Carla Connor. She won Best Actress at the 2012 British Soap Awards.[1]

King is considered by the press as a British sex symbol.[2][3][4]

Early life and education[edit]

Alison King was born at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. She is the youngest of three daughters and a son born to Alex and June King, who were both nurses at the hospital. She was raised in the family home first in Ratby Lane, Markfield, Leicestershire where she went to Markfield Mercenfeld Primary School and was taught by Tracey Lee, mother of Sammy Lee, and Gillian Sykes, then in Kirby Muxloe. She attended South Charnwood High School, where she first took an interest in acting. She continued to act while attending Groby Community College, where a teacher would offer drama and dance classes to students in their free time. Alison was raised as a Christadelphian and attended the Christadelphian Church at Westleigh, Leicester, where she was baptised as a teenager. At the age of 18, King moved to Newquay, Cornwall, where she worked at Fat Willys Surf Shack. She surfed in her spare time, and spent four years as a dental nurse.[5] When she was 22, she enrolled at the North Cheshire Theatre School. While at drama school, she underwent cosmetic surgery at a London dental practice to improve her smile, stating her teeth had been ruined by sucking her thumb as a child, and later had more surgery in 2015.[6] During her time there she got her first television role, playing Helen, a hair salon crimper, in two episodes of Brookside. Before the conclusion of her three-year diploma, she was cast in the major role of Lynda Block in Sky One’s Dream Team.[7][8]


King appeared on Dream Team as Lynda Block for three years and left when the character was sent to prison. She reprised the role some years later.[8] During her break from working on Dream Team, she worked on several projects abroad including a role as an extra in the American feature film Shanghai Knights — appearing in a scene as a prostitute alongside Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson — supporting major roles such as BBC comedy-drama Help, as well as video film Submerged (2005) and feature film Final Contract: Death on Delivery, both action films. She said of working on Submerged: “The first one was with Steven Seagal, which was filmed in Bulgaria. He’s a member of the American military and I’m Dimita – the best field op in the business. I’m an action girl with a high pony-tail doing lots of stunts. The stunt guy had worked with Angelina Jolie on Tomb Raider and he showed me how to hang upside down from things, how to jump down into dams and how to strangle people with my knees. It was great fun.” She said of Final Contract: “In that one I was armed with a crossbow and chasing round in speedboats and fighting”.[5] Her work in Submerged was complimented as an impression of Angelina Jolie.[9]

She made a guest appearance in the final episode of Mile High, playing the wife of Captain Nigel Croker’s, and was featured in Coupling in the episode “The Man with Two Legs”, as Chrissy with whom Jeff Murdock becomes infatuated on his morning train ride. She appeared in Holby City as the distressed wife of a hospital patient, and made a brief appearance as a receptionist in the film Fat Slags. She played prominent roles for two independent films, Save Angel Hope (2006) and Back in Business (2007).[7] In 2000, she appeared in an episode of Cold Feet as “Girlpower”, a seductive internet avatar. King also appeared in the second episode of the fourth series of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet in 2004.

In 2018, King appeared in four episodes of Sky One programme Sick Note as Superintendent Henchy which marked her first appearance in a Sky One production since the end of Dream Team.

Coronation Street[edit]

In 2006, she was cast as Carla Connor in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street. She made her first appearance in the role in the episode broadcast on 1 December 2006.[7] She had previously appeared in the soap in 2004 as an unrelated character named Mrs. Fanshaw. Her one-episode role was part of a larger storyline to “sex up” Ryan Thomas‘s character, builder Jason Grimshaw.[10] She went on maternity leave in 2009. King’s role in the soap involved high-profile storylines. In 2010, she was involved in the death of Tony Gordon storyline, in which she had to be kidnapped in the Underworld factory.[11]

In 2011, King’s character was raped by her boyfriend, Frank Foster.[12] This storyline had a massive public impact and saw a high rise in reported rapes across the United Kingdom.[13] King spoke of how there was an 800% increase in calls to support organisations after the storyline had aired, and that people had contacted her about their real-life experiences, some of whom she has kept in communication with.[14] Her performance in the rape storyline led to a Best Actress award at the 2012 British Soap Awards.

In July 2013, King spoke of her future on Coronation Street, saying “I don’t know whether I’ll be here forever – I’d love to have a go at different things, like an action drama or love story. But as long as I’m happy in the role and the producers will have me, I’ll be staying put for now.”[15] In May 2015, it was announced she would be taking an extended break from Coronation Street to pursue other projects.[16][17][18] However in January 2016, it was confirmed that the departure would be permanent. She spoke to RadioTimes of her reason to leave: “I’ve probably only ever done about 20 pick-ups or drop-offs in all the time my daughter’s been at school, which is quite sad. And creatively, I miss being other people. It’s what I went to drama school for. I love playing diverse characters and meeting new people. And, truthfully, I also want to be able to get my voiceover career going again. There’s all sorts of things that I used to do, which I can’t do while I’m on Coronation Street. So, those are the reasons, really.”[19] Her departure aired on 26 May 2016. Of her leaving she said: “These are my best friends and I love them very much. I’ll miss them all and being with them, you know, the cast and crew and production, they’re my family.”[20] She later confessed that she blames Coronation Street for “destroying her feet and shattering her vocal chords”, regretting that she agreed to portray Carla Connor for 10 years with a gravelly voice and high heels. She said “Coronation Street ruined my body.”[21]

In late 2016/early 2017, the actress greeted fans in a virtual reality video during Coronation Street tour.[22] She spoke of filming the video for the tour: “It is surreal because is the original set and I know how many scenes I’ve filmed in there. But as an actress, no matter how long you have off, being back on set you still feel like you’ve never left. This is obviously a bit different because I’m being Ali and not Carla. I keep looking round for them to shout action. It has been my home for 10 years so I am quite at home being on set.”[23]

In August 2017, it was announced that King would reprise her role as Carla in December that year. Her return aired on 22 December 2017.

Other activities[edit]

King was the face of Boddingtons beer in 2004.[24] She made appearances in a series of recurring television adverts for Daz titled “Cleaner Close”, a parody of soap operas.[7] In the late 1990s, King appeared in various modelling shoots.

Personal life[edit]

King had a five-year relationship with former Coronation Street actor Philip Middlemiss (who played Des Barnes).[25]

In 2006, she became engaged to fellow actor Jim Alexander who co-starred in several series of Dream Team with her, as well as the Daz adverts. However, the pair split in early 2007. She briefly dated fellow soap star Louis Emerick following the split.[citation needed]

The actress dated Adam Huckett, a Coronation Street sound technician from April 2007. In 2008, it was announced she was expecting her first child.[26] She gave birth to their daughter, Daisy Mae, on 11 February 2009, in a Manchester hospital. The baby weighed 6lbs 7oz. A Coronation Street spokeswoman said “No name has been decided on yet but mum and baby are doing well. Everyone at Coronation Street sends Alison and her partner Adam Huckett their best wishes on the birth of their daughter.”[27] King became engaged to Huckett in September 2011 while on a trip to Paris, however, on 16 October 2012 it was reported that the engagement was off as they had split up.

In 2014, it was reported that the actress had requested extra security from ITV bosses after it emerged she had a female stalker. Despite formal requests to stay away after being found lurking outside of her house, the woman approached her at a public event, Southport Flower Show, resulting in a distressed King fleeing the event earlier than intended.[28][29][30][31]

Since 2016, King has been dating Hollyoaks assistant director Paul Slavin.[32][33] The relationship was revealed after they were photographed by the press and there was speculation as to his identity.[34] She said of the relationship: “I’m seeing somebody. It’s very early days so I don’t want to say anything more, but I’m happy.”[35]


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Scooter Mum Imelda Short film
2003 Shanghai Knights Prostitute
2004 Fat Slags Receptionist
2005 Submerged Damita Direct-to-video
2006 Final Contract: Death on Delivery Lara
2007 Back in Business Covington
Save Angel Hope Jacqui Lydon
2008 All Day Breakfast Short film
Last Chance Helen TV film
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Brookside Helen Episode: “Noisy Stuff”
Dream Team Lynda Block Series regular (234 episodes)
2000 Cold Feet Girlpower Season 3, Episode 5
2001 Urban Gothic Stella McDonald Episode: “The End”
Coupling Chrissie Episode: “The Man with Two Legs
2002 Cutting It Georgie Cates Season 1, Episode 2
Celeb Zoe Episode: “The Infatuation”
2003 Holby City Becky Roper Episode: “…As the Day is Long
Murphy’s Law Ang Episode: “Reunion”
Doctors Lisa Durrel Episode: “Survival of the Fittest
2004 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet Erica Trasker Episode: “Our Men in Havana
Coronation Street Mrs. Fanshaw Episode 5718
2005 Help Rebecca Main cast (5 episodes)
Mile High Denise Croker Season 2, Episode 26
2006– Coronation Street Carla Connor Series regular 1265+ episodes
2018 Sick Note Chief Superintendent Christine Henchy 4 episodes

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2009 British Soap Awards Best Actress Coronation Street Nominated
2011 Sexiest Female Nominated
2012 17th National Television Awards Best Serial Drama Performance Nominated[36]
British Soap Awards Best Actress Won[37]
British Soap Awards Best Dramatic Performance Nominated
TV Quick Awards Best Soap Actress Nominated
2014 Royal Television Society North West Awards Best Performance in a Continuing Drama Won
2015 British Soap Awards Best Actress Nominated
TV Choice Awards Best Soap Actress Won
Inside Soap Awards Best Actress Won
2016 21st National Television Awards Best Serial Drama Performance Nominated
British Soap Awards Best Actress Nominated


Ellie Turner is a British actress. She grew up outside London and has worked on stage receiving two commendations at the Ian Charleston Awards – an award ran by The National Theatre and The Times newspaper celebrating actors in classic roles under 30yrs. She is a member of Andy Serkis’ motion capture company The Imaginarium
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Actress (10 credits)
 2018 One Evening in June (Short) (completed)
 2018 Tala, (Short) (completed)
 2017 Laughing Branches (Short) (completed)
 2016 Mother No More (Short)
 2016 Street Fighter: Resurrection (TV Mini-Series)
Interpol Technician 10

Mission Critical (2016) … Interpol Technician 10
Fight & Flight (2016) … Interpol Technician 10
 2013 Black Cab (Short)
 2012 Misfits (TV Series)

Episode #4.6 (2012) … Katie