STAR TAPIA

Star’s Co-Star roles include The Blacklist (NBC) and Mr. Robot (USA Network). She was born in North Carolina, but was raised in Oklahoma and Arkansas. Her father is African-American and her mother is Thai. English is her first language, Spanish is her second. Star started modeling around the age of seven, and she got her first-degree black belt in…
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Actress (3 credits)
 2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Mother

Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … Mother
 2018 A Second Later (Short)
Michelle
 2009 The Dreamer: A 4342 Film (Short)
Laurianne (as Star T.)
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VALISIA LeKAE

Valisia LeKae is a Grammy and Tony nominated actress and singer. She is known for originating the role of “Diana Ross” in the Broadway production of Motown: The Musical. She was nominated for a Grammy Award, a Tony Award, a Drama League Award and an Outer Critics Award. She also won a Theatre World Award for her performance. She can be heard on …
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Actress (5 credits)
 2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Gunman #3

Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … Gunman #3
 2017 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Leah Walker

The Forgotten (2017) … Leah Walker
 2015 The Adventures of Lillian Kate (TV Series)
Lillian Kate

In the City (2015) … Lillian Kate
Good Times? (2015)
So They Called Me. (2015) … Lillian Kate
 2009-2010 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Evangeline Body Double

Episode #1.10739 (2010) … Evangeline Body Double
Walk the Walk (2009) … Evangeline Body Double
 2008 Live from Lincoln Center (TV Series)
Camelot Ensemble

Camelot (2008) … Camelot Ensemble

Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2013
Diana Ross
Diana Ross [Replacement]
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2009
Performer
[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2007
Vivian Lorraine Taylor
Snookie (Understudy)
[US Tour]
National Tour, 2006
Lorraine
[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2006
Performer (Swing)
[Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 2005
Performer

TESSA KIM

Tessa Kim is an actress and assistant director, known for The Good Shepherd (2006), After Party (2017) and The Blacklist (2013). She is married to Tae Ho Kim.
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Actress (11 credits)
 2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Mrs. Cavanaugh

Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … Mrs. Cavanaugh
 2018 Bull (TV Series)
Claudine

Separation (2018) … Claudine
 2017 A Different Sun
Helen (as Tessa Keimes)
 2017/I After Party
Vida (as Tessa Keimes)
 2017 The Others (Short)
Kelly (as Tessa Keimes)
 2016 Second Coming (TV Series)
Dr. Fitzreich

Dr. Fitzreich (2016) … Dr. Fitzreich (as Tessa Keimes)
 2015 20 Minutes Late (Short)
Kate Nixon (as Tessa Keimes)
 2013 All Her Notebooks (Short)
Helen (as Tessa Keimes)
 2009 Law & Order (TV Series)
Maggie Hayes

For the Defense (2009) … Maggie Hayes (as Tessa Keimes)
 2008 Grand Theft Auto IV (Video Game)
The Crowd of Liberty City (voice, as Tessa Keimes)
 2006 The Good Shepherd
Mr. Haupt’s Translator (as Tessa Keimes)

MOZHAN MARNO UPDATE

Marnò was born in Los Angeles, and went to boarding school at Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts. She then received a BA in Comparative Literature from Barnard College, Columbia University and an MFA in Acting at the Yale School of Drama. She has received additional training at the Guthrie Theater in Minnesota and at the Public Theater’s
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Actress (26 credits)
  iGilbert (post-production)
Detective Rivera
 2014-2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Samar Navabi

Alter Ego (2019) … Samar Navabi
The Pawnbrokers (2019) … Samar Navabi
The Pharmacist (No. 124) (2019) … Samar Navabi
The Corsican (No. 20) (2019) … Samar Navabi
Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … Samar Navabi
 2016 1979 Revolution: Black Friday (Video Game)
Bibi (voice, as Mozhan Marno)
 2014-2015 House of Cards (TV Series)
Ayla Sayyad

Chapter 30 (2015) … Ayla Sayyad
Chapter 28 (2015) … Ayla Sayyad
Chapter 27 (2015) … Ayla Sayyad
Chapter 26 (2014) … Ayla Sayyad
Chapter 25 (2014) … Ayla Sayyad
 2014 Madam Secretary (TV Series)
Roxanne Majidi

Pilot (2014) … Roxanne Majidi (as Mozhan Marno)
 2014 A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Atti ‘The Prostitute’
 2012 In Plain Sight (TV Series)
Charlotte

Sacrificial Lam (2012) … Charlotte (as Mozhan Marno)
 2012 Ringer (TV Series)
Marguerite

P.S. You’re an Idiot (2012) … Marguerite
 2011 The Paul Reiser Show (TV Series)
Zeba

The Fedora (2011) … Zeba
The Old Guy … Zeba
 2011 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Video Game)
Mirabelle Ervine / Namira (voice)
 2009-2011 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Nicki Weymouth

Blood for Blood (2011) … Nicki Weymouth
Red Badge (2009) … Nicki Weymouth
 2010 Gimme Shelter (TV Movie)
Abby
 2010/I Apples (Short)
Lucky (voice)
 2010 The Glades (TV Series)
Renee LeFleur

Cassadaga (2010) … Renee LeFleur (as Mozhan Marno)
 2010 Hung (TV Series)
Samara

The Middle East Is Complicated (2010) … Samara (as Mozhan Marno)
 2009 Bones (TV Series)
Azita Jabbari

A Night at the Bones Museum (2009) … Azita Jabbari
 2009 Medium (TV Series)
Rachel

The Devil Inside, Part Two (2009) … Rachel (as Mozhan Marno)
 2009 StereoLife (Short)
Gwendolyn Leeds
 2008 The Stoning of Soraya M.
Soraya M.
 2008 Traitor
Leyla (as Mozhan Marno)
 2008 August
Ashley
 2007 K-Ville (TV Series)
Jodi Mazetta

Ride Along (2007) … Jodi Mazetta
 2007 Charlie Wilson’s War
Refugee Camp Translator #2 (as Mozhan Marno)
 2007 Shark (TV Series)
Maria Lutrova

Gangster Movies (2007) … Maria Lutrova
 2006 Standoff (TV Series)
Agnacia

Life Support (2006) … Agnacia (as Mozhan Marno)
 2006 The Unit (TV Series)
Protocol Chief

Security (2006) … Protocol Chief (as Mozhan Marno)

MARIA-CHRISTINA OLIVERAS

Maria-Christina Oliveras is an actress, known for St. Vincent (2014), Person of Interest (2011) and Ice (2013).
Actress (26 credits)
 2019 Russian Doll (TV Series) (completed)
Harriet

Episode #1.1 (2019) … Harriet
 2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Lucinda

Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … Lucinda
 2017 Rachel Unraveled (TV Series)
Jaclyn

Weekend with Dad (2017) … Jaclyn
The Sound of Rachel (2017) … Jaclyn
Audition (2017) … Jaclyn
 2016 Mozart in the Jungle (TV Series)
Linda

Circles Within Circles (2016) … Linda
 2016 Manhattan Night
Prostitute
 2015 3rd Street Blackout
Veronica Joy
 2014 Time Out of Mind
Sylvia
 2014 St. Vincent
Medical Receptionist
 2014 The Humbling
Dr. Wan
 2014/I Julia
Woman #2
 2014 The Other Woman
Hotel Maid (uncredited)
 2013/I Clutter
Foreclosed Mom
 2013 Golden Boy (TV Series)
Reporter #1

Longshot (2013) … Reporter #1
 2013/I Ice (Short)
Tala
 2013 In Between Men (TV Series)
Xia

Two for One (2013) … Xia
La Familiar: Part Two (2013) … Xia
 2012 Vamperifica
Maria
 2012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Nancy Dale

Father Dearest (2012) … Nancy Dale
 2012 NYC 22 (TV Series)
Maria Sanchez

Pilot (2012) … Maria Sanchez
 2012 Person of Interest (TV Series)
Cashier

Baby Blue (2012) … Cashier
 2011 Damages (TV Series)
Halal Cart Customer

There’s Only One Way to Try a Case (2011) … Halal Cart Customer
 2010 Nurse Jackie (TV Series)
Latina Woman

Candyland (2010) … Latina Woman
 2010 Ugly Betty (TV Series)
Maria

Million Dollar Smile (2010) … Maria
 2009 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Checker

Revolution (2009) … Checker
 2009 New Brooklyn
Bryce

SHAKIMA COTTON

Shamika Cotton is one of Hollywood’s brightest talents, with a burgeoning career in the areas of television, film and theatre. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she attended the renowned School for the Creative Performing Arts, whose alumni includes Sarah Jessica Parker and Rocky Carroll, as well as classmates Nick and Drew Lachey, Shamika decided
Actress (14 credits)
 2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
FBI Physician

Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … FBI Physician
 2016 Gotham (TV Series)
Officer Holt

Wrath of the Villains: Mr. Freeze (2016) … Officer Holt
 2014-2015 Forever (TV Series)
Anita / Tech Specialist

The Last Death of Henry Morgan (2015) … Anita
New York Kids (2014) … Tech Specialist
Pilot (2014) … Anita
 2015 Sidewalk Traffic
Nanny Moon
 2013 Frank the Bastard
Isolda
 2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Carol McEwan

Beautiful Frame (2013) … Carol McEwan
 2011/I Pariah
Candace
 2010 Law & Order (TV Series)
Mrs. Dolan

Boy on Fire (2010) … Mrs. Dolan
 2009 Stream (Short)
Young Jodi
 2006-2008 The Wire (TV Series)
Raylene Lee

The Dickensian Aspect (2008) … Raylene Lee
Transitions (2008) … Raylene Lee
That’s Got His Own (2006) … Raylene Lee (as Shakima Cotton)
A New Day (2006) … Raylene Lee (uncredited)
Misgivings (2006) … Raylene Lee (as Shakima Cotton)
 2007 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Kira Danforth

Self-made (2007) … Kira Danforth
 2006 As the World Turns (TV Series)
ER Doctor

Episode #1.12902 (2006) … ER Doctor
Episode dated 28 November 2006 (2006) … ER Doctor
Episode dated 18 October 2006 (2006) … ER Doctor
 2004 Till Death Do Us Part (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2006 I Wanna Be a Soap Star (TV Series)
Herself

Falling Apart (2006) … Herself
Ghost from the Past (2006) … Herself
Singing to Stay A-live (2006) … Herself
Coffee, Tea or… Diva (2006) … Herself

FIONA DOURIFF

Fiona Dourif is an American actress and producer. She began her career in 2004 working for Kaos productions, producing documentaries for The History Channel and TLC. She started acting in 2005 with a small role in Deadwood, and went on to appear in The Child’s Play franchise as Nica Pierce, Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master and as Bart Curlish in …
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Actress (41 credits)
 2019 Unsinkable (filming)
Alaine Ricard
 2018-2019 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Lillian Roth

The Pawnbrokers (2019) … Lillian Roth
The Corsican (No. 20) (2019) … Lillian Roth
Dr. Hans Koehler (No. 33) (2019) … Lillian Roth
Sutton Ross (No. 17) (2018) … Lillian Roth
Nicholas T. Moore (No. 110) (2018) … Lillian Roth
 2018 The Purge (TV Series)
Good Leader Tavis

The Giving Time Is Here (2018) … Good Leader Tavis
Rise Up (2018) … Good Leader Tavis
The Urge to Purge (2018) … Good Leader Tavis
Take What’s Yours (2018) … Good Leader Tavis
What Is America? (2018) … Good Leader Tavis
 2018 Shameless (TV Series)
Tabitha Youens

Church of Gay Jesus (2018) … Tabitha Youens
 2016-2017 Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (TV Series)
Bart Curlish

Nice Jacket (2017) … Bart Curlish
Trouble Is Bad (2017) … Bart Curlish
Girl Power (2017) … Bart Curlish
Shapes and Colors (2017) … Bart Curlish
The House Within a House (2017) … Bart Curlish
 2017 Cult of Chucky
Nica Pierce
 2017/I Safe
Brenda
 2017 When We Rise (TV Mini-Series)
Young Diane Jones

Night III: Parts IV and V (2017) … Young Diane Jones
Night II: Parts II and III (2017) … Young Diane Jones
Night IV: Part VI and VII (2017) … Young Diane Jones
Night I: Part I (2017) … Young Diane Jones
 2016 Still Single (TV Movie)
Clementine Callaghan
 2016 Her Last Will
Iona Cotton
 2016 Blood Is Blood
Brie
 2016 Arbor Demon
Dana
 2016 Chasing Gold
Judy
 2016 Mafiosa
Samantha Hunter
 2015 Manhattan (TV Series)
Jean Tatlock

Overlord (2015) … Jean Tatlock
The Threshold (2015) … Jean Tatlock (voice)
 2015 The Player (TV Series)
Chloe Steele

L.A. Takedown (2015) … Chloe Steele
 2015 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Helen Barnes’ Daughter

Face Value (2015) … Helen Barnes’ Daughter
 2015/IV Quarantine (Short)
Dr. White
 2014 Fear Clinic
Sara
 2014 Gutshot Straight
Gina
 2014/I She (Short)
She
 2013 Curse of Chucky
Nica
 2012 This Is Caroline (Short)
Fiona (voice)
 2012 The Master
Dancer
 2012 Cold Living (Short)
Moira
 2011 The Protector (TV Series)
Tamara O’Neil

Safe (2011) … Tamara O’Neil
 2011 True Blood (TV Series)
Casey

Soul of Fire (2011) … Casey
Burning Down the House (2011) … Casey
Let’s Get Out of Here (2011) … Casey
Spellbound (2011) … Casey
Cold Grey Light of Dawn (2011) … Casey
 2010 After the Fall (TV Movie)
Annie Tolgen
 2010 Athena (Short)
Patricia
 2009 Bored to Death (TV Series)
Lisa Klein

Stockholm Syndrome (2009) … Lisa Klein
 2009/I The Messenger
Returning Soldier’s Wife
 2009 Frank the Rat
Lisa
 2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Detective Nikki Breslin

Swing (2008) … Detective Nikki Breslin
 2008 Garden Party
Becky
 2007 The Lucky One (Short)
Susan
 2006 Little Chenier
Jo Jo
 2006 Thief (TV Mini-Series)
Alice

In the Wind (2006) … Alice
No Direction Home (2006) … Alice
 2005 Deadwood (TV Series)
Chez Ami Whore

Something Very Expensive (2005) … Chez Ami Whore
New Money (2005) … Chez Ami Whore
A Lie Agreed Upon: Part II (2005) … Chez Ami Whore

ZOE KAZAN

Zoe Kazan

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American actress, writer
Zoe Kazan
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Kazan at a screening of The F Word in 2014
Born
Zoe Swicord Kazan

(1983-09-09) September 9, 1983 (age 35)

Alma mater Yale University
Occupation
  • Actress
  • playwright
  • screenwriter
Years active 2003–present
Partner(s) Paul Dano (2007–present)
Children 1
Parent(s)
Relatives

Zoe Swicord Kazan (born September 9, 1983)[1][2][3] is an American actress, playwright, and screenwriter. Kazan made her acting debut in Swordswallowers and Thin Men (2003) and later appeared in films such as The Savages (2007), Revolutionary Road (2008) and It’s Complicated (2009). She starred in Happy. Thank You. More. Please. (2010), Meek’s Cutoff (2010), Ruby Sparks (2012), and What If (2013). In 2014, she appeared in the HBO miniseries Olive Kitteridge, for which she received an Emmy nomination. She portrayed Emily Gardner in the film The Big Sick (2017), and in 2018 she appeared in the Coen brothers film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.

Kazan has acted in several Broadway productions. She is also a screenwriter, having written Ruby Sparks and co-written Wildlife (2018) with her partner Paul Dano, who also directed the film.

Early life[edit]

Kazan was born in Los Angeles, the daughter of screenwriters Nicholas Kazan and Robin Swicord. Her paternal grandparents were film and theatre director Elia Kazan and playwright Molly Kazan (née Thacher).[4] Elia was an Anatolian Greek emigrant from Istanbul.

Kazan was educated at the private Wildwood School, Windward School, and also at the Marlborough School, located in Hancock Park, Los Angeles. She attended Yale University (also her grandfather’s alma mater), where she was a member of the Manuscript Society, graduating in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre.[5]

Career[edit]

After her film debut in 2003 playing Samantha in Swordswallowers and Thin Men, Kazan went on to play her first professional stage role in the 2006 off-Broadway revival of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie starring Cynthia Nixon. In 2007 she had a small role in The Savages, which starred Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman. She also guest appeared in an episode of the supernatural drama Medium as a friend of the main character’s younger self. She next appeared in the films Fracture and In the Valley of Elah. In the fall of the same year, she returned to the stage in a The New Group production of 100 Saints You Should Know and Jonathan Marc Sherman‘s Things We Want, directed by Ethan Hawke.

Kazan in 2012 at the Deauville American Film Festival

In January 2008, Kazan made her Broadway debut opposite S. Epatha Merkerson and Kevin Anderson in a revival of William Inge‘s Come Back, Little Sheba. Ben Brantley of The New York Times called her performance “first-rate”, adding, “Ms. Kazan is terrific in conveying the character’s self-consciousness.”[6] In the fall, she appeared on Broadway as Masha in Anton Chekhov‘s The Seagull opposite Kristin Scott Thomas and Peter Sarsgaard.[7] The same year she had roles in August, Me and Orson Welles and Revolutionary Road.

Kazan is also a playwright. In 2009, her play Absalom premiered at the Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville, KY. The play, about a father’s tense relationships with his children, had been extensively read and workshopped since Kazan’s junior year at Yale University.[8] She capped off the year playing Meryl Streep’s daughter in the Nancy Meyers comedy It’s Complicated. She appeared in the Broadway production of A Behanding in Spokane with Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell until June 6, 2010. She also played a main role in the movies I Hate Valentine’s Day and The Exploding Girl, which were both released in 2009.

In 2010, she had a main role in the comedy-drama Happy. Thank You. More. Please. as Mary Catherine, the cousin of Josh Radnor‘s character. She also starred as Millie Gately in 2010 (alongside Paul Dano, playing her husband) in Kelly Reichardt’s independent western drama Meek’s Cutoff. In the fall, Kazan played Harper Pitt in Signature Theatre Company‘s 20th Anniversary production of Tony Kushner‘s Angels in America.[9] On the small screen, Kazan then appeared in four episodes of HBO‘s Bored to Death as Nina, the love interest of a fictionalized Jonathan Ames played by Jason Schwartzman.

Her play We Live Here, about a dysfunctional family, received its world premiere production from October 12 to November 6, 2011 at the off-Broadway Manhattan Theater Club in New York City.[10] Among the ensemble cast was Amy Irving and the director was 2010 Obie Award winner Sam Gold.

Her next project, for which she wrote the screenplay, was Ruby Sparks, a comedy-romance film directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, and starring Kazan herself, along with Paul Dano, Chris Messina, Antonio Banderas, Annette Bening, Deborah Ann Woll, and Steve Coogan.[11][12]

In 2014, her third play Trudy and Max in Love opened at the South Coast Repertory[13] and she played the role of Denise Thibodeau in the HBO miniseries Olive Kitteridge.

In July 2016, it was announced that Kazan had co-written the script for Wildlife, with Paul Dano. The film would be an adaptation of a Richard Ford novel of the same name. Neither Kazan nor Dano would act in the film.[14]

In 2017, Kazan co-starred in the critically acclaimed independent film The Big Sick alongside Kumail Nanjiani and Holly Hunter.

Personal life[edit]

Kazan has been in a relationship with actor Paul Dano since 2007.[15][16] They have a daughter, Alma, born in August 2018.[17]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Kazan at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Swordswallowers and Thin Men Samantha
2007 The Savages Student
2007 Fracture Mona
2007 In the Valley of Elah Angie
2008 August Gal Employee
2008 Me and Orson Welles Gretta Adler
2008 Revolutionary Road Maureen Grube
2009 The Exploding Girl Ivy
2009 The Private Lives of Pippa Lee Grace Lee
2009 I Hate Valentine’s Day Tammy Greenwood
2009 It’s Complicated Gabby Adler
2010 Happy. Thank You. More. Please. Mary Catherine
2010 Meek’s Cutoff Millie Gately
2012 Ruby Sparks Ruby Also writer
2013 Some Girl(s) Reggie
2013 The Pretty One Laurel/Audrey
2013 What If Chantry
2014 In Your Eyes Rebecca Porter
2015 Our Brand Is Crisis LeBlanc
2016 My Blind Brother Francie
2016 The Monster Kathy
2017 The Big Sick Emily Gardner
2018 Wildlife Co-writer with Paul Dano
2018 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Alice Longabaugh Segment: “The Gal Who Got Rattled”
2019 The Kindness of Strangers Clara In post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Medium Izzy Episode: “The Boy Next Door”
2008 Speechless Stood Up Girl #2 Documentary
2008 After Iraq Herself Documentary
2010 Bored to Death Nina 4 episodes
2011 Showing Up Herself Documentary
2014 Olive Kitteridge Denise Thibodeau 2 episodes
2017–18 The Deuce Andrea Martino 3 episodes

Theatre[edit]

List of theatre credits
Year Title Role Theater Notes
2006 The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Sandy Acorn Theatre [18]
2007 100 Saints You Should Know Abby Playwrights Horizons [19]
2007 Things We Want Stella Acorn Theatre [20]
2008 Come Back, Little Sheba Marie Biltmore Theatre [21]
2008 The Seagull Masha Walter Kerr Theatre [22]
2009 Absalom Actors Theatre of Louisville Playwright [23]
2010 A Behanding in Spokane Marilyn Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre [24]
2010 Angels in America Harper Pitt Signature Theatre [25]
2011 We Live Here Manhattan Theater Club Playwright [26]
2013 Clive Joanne Acorn Theatre [27]
2014 Trudy and Max in Love South Coast Repertory Playwright [13]
2014 When We Were Young and Unafraid Mary Anne Manhattan Theater Club [28]
2016 Love Love Love Rose Roundabout Theatre [29]
2017 After The Blast Lincoln Center Theatre Playwright[30]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Work Association Category Result
2009 It’s Complicated National Board of Review Best Cast Won
2012 Ruby Sparks Detroit Film Critics Society Breakthrough Performance Won
Saturn Awards Best Actress Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards Best Screenplay Nominated
2015 Olive Kitteridge Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Nominated
2017 The Big Sick Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated

JOELLEE EVANS

Joellee Evans is an actress, known for Men in Black: International (2019), Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) and Midsomer Murders (1997).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2020 Maleficent 2 (post-production)
Noble Woman
 2018 Dévoilées (TV Movie)
Passenger
 2018 Midsomer Murders (TV Series)
Waitress

Send in the Clowns (2018) … Waitress
Till Death Do Us Part (2018) … Waitress
The Lions of Causton (2018) … Waitress

PRIYANGA BURFORD

Priyanga Burford is an actress and writer, known for London Spy (2015), Marcella (2016) and Criminal (2016).
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Actress (50 credits)
 2019 Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death (Video Game) (pre-production)
Annie Chapman / Madam Madeline / Nancy / …
 2019 The Appointment (Short) (post-production)
Sally
 2018 This Time with Alan Partridge (TV Series)
Jean

Season One, Episode 1 (2018) … Jean
 2018 Press (TV Mini-Series)
Amina Chaudury

Resonance (2018) … Amina Chaudury
Two Worlds (2018) … Amina Chaudury
Magic (2018) … Amina Chaudury
Don’t Take My Heart, Don’t Break My Heart (2018) … Amina Chaudury
Pure (2018) … Amina Chaudury
 2017 Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi
Resistance Medical Officer
 2017 W1A (TV Series)
Faiza Rajah

Episode #3.4 (2017) … Faiza Rajah
Episode #3.2 (2017) … Faiza Rajah
 2017 Fearless (TV Mini-Series)
Zeinab Akbari

Episode #1.6 (2017) … Zeinab Akbari
Episode #1.5 (2017) … Zeinab Akbari
Episode #1.2 (2017) … Zeinab Akbari
 2017 Election Spy (TV Series)
 2017 King Charles III (TV Movie)
Mrs. Stevens
 2016 I Want My Wife Back (TV Series)
Nereesha

Episode #1.6 (2016) … Nereesha
Episode #1.5 (2016) … Nereesha
Episode #1.3 (2016) … Nereesha
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Nereesha
Episode #1.1 (2016) … Nereesha
 2016 Criminal
Pharmacist
 2016 Marcella (TV Series)
Joanna Dogan

Episode #1.1 (2016) … Joanna Dogan
 2015 London Spy (TV Mini-Series)
Clinician

If This Is a Lie (2015) … Clinician (uncredited)
Blue (2015) … Clinician
 2015 No Offence (TV Series)
Dr. Venkatesan

Episode #1.6 (2015) … Dr. Venkatesan
 2015 UKIP: The First 100 Days (TV Movie)
Deepa Kaur
 2014 Babylon (TV Mini-Series)
SCOI Officer 2

Episode #1.5 (2014) … SCOI Officer 2
 2014 Inspector Lewis (TV Series)
Katherine Warwick

Beyond Good and Evil: Part 2 (2014) … Katherine Warwick
Beyond Good and Evil: Part 1 (2014) … Katherine Warwick
 2014 Boomers (TV Series)
Grace

Episode #1.5 (2014) … Grace
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Grace
 2014 Veep (TV Series)
Reporter

Special Relationship (2014) … Reporter
 2014 Law & Order: UK (TV Series)
Martine Leyton

Hard Stop (2014) … Martine Leyton
 2014 A Long Way Down
Reporter
 2013 Lawless (TV Movie)
Georgia Simons
 2013 U Want Me 2 Kill Him?
Defence Barrister
 2013 Life of Crime (TV Mini-Series)
Helen Clarke

Episode #1.2 (2013) … Helen Clarke
 2013 Silent Witness (TV Series)
DS Seetha Gold

Change: Part 2 (2013) … DS Seetha Gold
Change: Part 1 (2013) … DS Seetha Gold
 2012 The Thick of It (TV Series)
Baroness Sureka

Episode #4.6 (2012) … Baroness Sureka
 2012 Case Sensitive (TV Series)
Burgess

The Other Half Lives: Part 1 (2012) … Burgess
 2006-2012 Casualty (TV Series)
Maria Jefferson / SWPC Preeya Prentice

All in a Day’s Nightmare (2012) … SWPC Preeya Prentice
Different Worlds: Part 2 (2006) … Maria Jefferson
Different Worlds: Part 1 (2006) … Maria Jefferson
 2012 Public Enemies (TV Mini-Series)
Panel Chairman

Episode #1.1 (2012) … Panel Chairman
 2011 The Shadow Line (TV Mini-Series)
TV Reporter

Episode #1.1 (2011) … TV Reporter
 2010 Married Single Other (TV Series)
Jenna

Burning Rubber (2010) … Jenna
 2008 The Other Man
Dr. Emma Hurd
 2007 The Commander: The Fraudster (TV Movie)
Miranda Kent
 2007 Magicians
Female Colleague
 2007 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)
Rebekah Beeton

Demons on Our Shoulders: Part 2 (2007) … Rebekah Beeton
 2006 Extras (TV Series)
George

Sir Ian McKellen (2006) … George
 2006 Murphy’s Law (TV Series)
Shahana Khan

Episode #4.3 (2006) … Shahana Khan
Episode #4.2 (2006) … Shahana Khan
Episode #4.1 (2006) … Shahana Khan
 2005 Heatwave (TV Movie)
Abby Granger (as Priyanga Elan)
 2005/II Heartless (TV Movie)
Laura (as Priyanga Elan)
 2005 M.I.T.: Murder Investigation Team (TV Series)
Sally Markham

Episode #2.4 (2005) … Sally Markham (as Priyanga Elan)
 2005 Doctors (TV Series)
Seeta Patel

The Sweet Silver Song of the Lark (2005) … Seeta Patel (as Priyanga Elan)
 2004 The Bill (TV Series)
Pramila Bhatt

243: Transcendence (2004) … Pramila Bhatt (as Priyanga Elan)
 2004 Pretending to Be Judith (TV Movie)
Agency Woman (as Priyanga Elan)
 2004 Holby City (TV Series)
Denise Sharpe

Protection (2004) … Denise Sharpe (as Priyanga Elan)
 2002 The Vice (TV Series)
Fiona

One More Time (2002) … Fiona (as Priyanga Elan)
 2001 Beech Is Back (TV Mini-Series)
Doctor (as Priyanga Elan)
 1998 A Rather English Marriage (TV Movie)
Dr. Swann (as Priyanga Elan)