TANYA CLARKE

Filmography

 Actress (47 credits)
 2018 The Boarder (filming)
Moira
 2017 Inhumans (TV Series) (post-production)
Queen Rynda

Episode #1.4 (2017) … Queen Rynda
Episode #1.3 (2017) … Queen Rynda
Episode #1.1 (2017) … Queen Rynda
  DriverX (post-production)
Dawn Moore
 2016 Major Crimes (TV Series)
Bella Pond

Present Tense (2016) … Bella Pond (as Tanya Catherine Clarke)
 2016 Hot Bath an’ a Stiff Drink 2
Mary Lou Dillinger
 2015 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Elaine Walton

Something Against You (2015) … Elaine Walton
 2014 Banshee Origins (TV Mini-Series)
Emily Lotus

Busy Night (2014) … Emily Lotus
 2014 Hot Bath an’ a Stiff Drink
Mary Lou Dillinger
 2014 The Haircut (Short)
Sandy Collins
 2008-2014 Those Damn Canadians (TV Series)
Angel Jones

Episode #1.6 (2014) … Angel Jones
Episode #1.7 (2014) … Angel Jones
Episode #1.5 (2014) … Angel Jones
Episode #1.4 (2014) … Angel Jones
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Angel Jones
 2014/I BFFs
Lori
 2013 Supernatural (TV Series)
Nora

Heaven Can’t Wait (2013) … Nora
 2013 Layla & Jen (TV Series)
Layla
 2013 Doubt (TV Movie)
Susan Brown
 2012 Revan
Brittany Gonzaga
 2012 Born Wild
Ricki Locklin
 2012/I Blackbird
Paula
 2012 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Karen Whitfield

Lekio (2012) … Karen Whitfield
 2011 Glee (TV Series)
Mary Evans

 2011 American Horror Story (TV Series)
Marla McClaine

Spooky Little Girl (2011) … Marla McClaine
 2011 The Defenders (TV Series)
Carly Donovan

Morelli v. Kaczmarek (2011) … Carly Donovan
 2011 Dead Space 2 (Video Game)
Nicole Brennan (voice)
 2011 The Last Gamble
Tanya
 2010 Repo Men
Hooker
 2010 Summer Camp (TV Movie)
Deirdre matson
 2009 Death Warrior
Kira
 2009 NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series)
Magda McEllon

Random on Purpose (2009) … Magda McEllon
 2009 Heartland (TV Series)
Kate Kennedy

Little Secrets (2009) … Kate Kennedy
 2009 Rise of the Gargoyles (TV Movie)
Carol Beckham (as Tanya Clark)
 2009 Tenderness
Jackie Cristofuoro
 2007 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Valerie Gaynor

 2007 Day Zero
Mara’s Mom (uncredited)
 1997-2006 Guiding Light (TV Series)
Wendy

Episode #1.4910 (2006) … Wendy (credit only)
Episode #1.4856 (2006) … Wendy (credit only)
Episode #1.4660 (2005) … Wendy (credit only)
Episode #1.4318 (2003) … Wendy
Episode #1.4280 (2003) … Wendy
 2004 The Ticking Man
Jackie
 2004 Delivery Method
Jessie
 2002 The Getaway (Video Game)
Police Radio (voice)
 1997-2001 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Nurse Betty

Episode #1.7260 (2001) … Nurse Betty
Episode #1.7653 (1998) … Nurse Betty
Episode #1.7444 (1997) … Nurse Betty
Episode #1.7441 (1997) … Nurse Betty
Episode #1.7396 (1997) … Nurse Betty
 1998-1999 Another World (TV Series)
Shelby Johnson

 1996 All My Children (TV Series)
Patricia Latham

Episode #1.6765 (1996) … Patricia Latham
 1994 One Life to Live (TV Movie)
Nurse Betty

RYANN SHANE

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Filmography

Actress (11 credits)

 2017 Story of a Girl (TV Movie)
Deanna
 2013 Banshee Origins (TV Mini-Series)
Deva Hopewell

 2012 Frances Ha
Crying Girl
 2012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Ashley Riggs

Father Dearest (2012) … Ashley Riggs
 2011 Lights Out (TV Series)
Daniella Leary / Daniella

War (2011) … Daniella Leary
Rainmaker (2011) … Daniella Leary
Cut Men (2011) … Daniella Leary
Infight (2011) … Daniella Leary
 2011 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Chloe Carson

My Funny Valentine (2011) … Chloe Carson
 2010 Coach (Video)
Juliette
 2008 Definitely, Maybe
School Kid
 2004 Superstore (Short)
Stacey
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ODETTE ANABELLE

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Filmography

Actress (39 credits)
 2017 Supergirl (TV Series)
Reign

Far from the Tree (2017) … Reign
Triggers (2017) … Reign
Girl of Steel (2017) … Reign
 2017 Elena of Avalor (TV Series)
Senorita Marisol

Crystal in the Rough (2017) … Senorita Marisol (voice)
 2015-2016 The Grinder (TV Series)
Devin Stutz

For the People (2016) … Devin Stutz
From the Ashes (2016) … Devin Stutz
Pilot (2015) … Devin Stutz
 2014 Rush (TV Series)
Sarah Peterson

Bitter Sweet Symphony (2014) … Sarah Peterson
Dirty Work (2014) … Sarah Peterson
Get Lucky (2014) … Sarah Peterson
You Spin Me Around (2014) … Sarah Peterson
Pilot (2014) … Sarah Peterson
 2014 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)
Nicole

How to Get Rid of Alan Harper (2014) … Nicole
Baseball. Boobs. Boobs. Baseball. (2014) … Nicole
Tazed in the Lady Nuts (2014) … Nicole
 2013 Westside (TV Movie)
Sophie Nance
 2013 Anger Management (TV Series)
Jamie

Charlie and Lacey Shack Up (2013) … Jamie
 2013 New Girl (TV Series)
Shane

Quick Hardening Caulk (2013) … Shane
 2013 Golden Boy (TV Series)
ADA Kat O’Connor

Young Guns (2013) … ADA Kat O’Connor
The Price of Revenge (2013) … ADA Kat O’Connor
 2011/I The Double
Natalie Geary (as Odette Yustman)
 2011 Grow Up Already (Short)
Winnie
 2011 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 (Video)
Chloe (voice, as Odette Yustman)
 2010-2011 Brothers & Sisters (TV Series)
Annie

Safe at Home (2011) … Annie (as Odette Yustman)
Thanks for the Memories (2011) … Annie (as Odette Yustman)
Scandalized (2011) … Annie (as Odette Yustman)
Cold Turkey (2010) … Annie (as Odette Yustman)
Resolved (2010) … Annie (as Odette Yustman)
 2010 And Soon the Darkness
Ellie (as Odette Yustman)
 2010 You Again
Joanna (as Odette Yustman)
 2010 Group Sex (Video)
Vanessa (as Odette Yustman)
 2010 Operation: Endgame
Temperance (as Odette Yustman)
 2009 The Unborn
Casey Beldon (as Odette Yustman)
 2008 Life on Mars (TV Series)
Adrienne

 2008 Fallout 3 (Video Game)
Amata Almodovar (voice, as Odette Yustman)
 2007-2008 October Road (TV Series)
Aubrey

As Soon as You Are Able (2008) … Aubrey (as Odette Yustman)
The Fine Art of Surfacing (2008) … Aubrey (as Odette Yustman)
Stand Alone by Me (2008) … Aubrey (as Odette Yustman)
Hat? No Hat? (2008) … Aubrey (as Odette Yustman)
We Lived Like Giants (2008) … Aubrey (as Odette Yustman)
 2008 Cloverfield
Beth McIntyre (as Odette Yustman)
 2007 Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
Reefer Girl (as Odette Yustman)
 2007 Reckless Behavior: Caught on Tape (TV Movie)
Emma Norman (as Odette Yustman)
 2007 Transformers
Socialite (as Odette Yustman)
 2006 The Holiday
Kissing Couple (as Odette Yustman)
 2006 Monk (TV Series)
Courtney

Mr. Monk, Private Eye (2006) … Courtney (as Odette Yustman)
 2006 South Beach (TV Series)
Arielle Casta

It Looked Like Somebody’s Nightmare (2006) … Arielle Casta (as Odette Yustman)
The S.B. (2006) … Arielle Casta (as Odette Yustman)
I’ll Do What I Want to Do (2006) … Arielle Casta (as Odette Yustman)
Who Do You Trust (2006) … Arielle Casta (as Odette Yustman)
Every Day Above Ground Is a Good Day (2006) … Arielle Casta (as Odette Yustman)
 2004 Quintuplets (TV Series)
Kelly Helberg

(Disdainfully) the Helbergs (2004) … Kelly Helberg (as Odette Yustman)
 1996 Dear God
Angela, Daughter (as Odette Yustman)
 1996 Remembrance (TV Movie)
Charlotte (as Odette Yustman)
 1990 Kindergarten Cop
Rosa (as Odette Yustman)

Maya Dunbar

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Maya Dunbar


Maya Dunbar started her career in front of the camera, appearing on such hit shows as, Southland, Banshee, Harry’s Law and The Mentalist. She has since transitioned into writing, in addition to producing alongside her partner and husband, actor Rockmond Dunbar; under their MyRock Entertainment banner. She has a hour drama pilot at Will Smith’s …

Filmography

Actress (30 credits)
 2017 Busted
Samantha (as Maya Gilbert)
 2015 The Mentalist (TV Series)
City Clerk Corrine

White Orchids (2015) … City Clerk Corrine (as Maya Gilbert)
 2015/II Forgiveness
Samantha Sanford (as Maya Gilbert)
 2014 One Love (TV Series)
Camille

Tea-Ball (2014) … Camille (as Maya Gilbert)
The S-Word (2014) … Camille (as Maya Gilbert)
The Pilot: “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” (2014) … Camille (as Maya Gilbert)
 2014 Banshee (TV Series)
Juliet

Homecoming (2014) … Juliet (as Maya Gilbert)
Evil for Evil (2014) … Juliet (as Maya Gilbert)
Ways to Bury a Man (2014) … Juliet (as Maya Gilbert)
Armies of One (2014) … Juliet (as Maya Gilbert)
The Thunder Man (2014) … Juliet (as Maya Gilbert)
 2012-2013 For Richer or Poorer (TV Series)
Jonesy

Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing, Baby (2013) … Jonesy (as Maya Gilbert)
You’re Perfect, Now Change (2013) … Jonesy (as Maya Gilbert)
Me & Mrs. Jonesy (2013) … Jonesy (as Maya Gilbert)
She Trusts Me, She Trusts Me Not (2013) … Jonesy (as Maya Gilbert)
The Switch (2012) … Jonesy (as Maya Gilbert)
 2013 The Rev (TV Series)

Baby Momma Drama (2013)
 2012 Harry’s Law (TV Series)
Nina Tess

Les Horribles (2012) … Nina Tess (as Maya Gilbert)
 2012 The Good Life
Honey Lane (as Maya Gilbert)
 2011-2012 Southland (TV Series)
Kaya

Underwater (2012) … Kaya (as Maya Gilbert)
Fixing a Hole (2011) … Kaya (as Maya Gilbert)
 2012 Middle of Nowhere
Gina (as Maya Gilbert)
 2011 The Perfect Man (as Maya Gilbert)
 2011 The Lying Truth
Daysha Jordan (as Maya Gilbert)
 2010 Reggie’s Family & Friends (TV Series)
Tania Barnwell (as Maya Gilbert)
 2010/I Inversion
Entice (as Maya Gilbert)
 2008-2010 Zane’s Sex Chronicles (TV Series)
Dr. Lyric Stansfield-Cruz / Lyric Stansfield / Dr. Lyric Stansfield Cruz

Blind Date (2010) … Dr. Lyric Stansfield-Cruz (as Maya Gilbert)
End Game (2010) … Dr. Lyric Stansfield-Cruz (as Maya Gilbert)
Climax (2010) … (as Maya Gilbert)
Brazen (2010) … Dr. Lyric Stansfield-Cruz (as Maya Gilbert)
Liberation (2010) … (as Maya Gilbert)
 2009 Busted
Vanessa (as Maya Gilbert)
 2009 The Hiding
Carmen Burton (as Maya Gilbert)
 2009 The Broken Hearts Club
Carina Thiebold (as Maya Gilbert)
 2007 Suspect (TV Movie)
Kara (as Maya Gilbert)
 2007 Lovers & Haters (Short)
Lover (as Maya Gilbert)
 2007 Pirates of Ghost Island (Video)
Squid (as Maya Gilbert)
 2007 The DL Chronicles (TV Series)
Patricia Buford

Wes (2007) … Patricia Buford (as Maya Gilbert)
 2006 Rings (Short)
Myra (as Maya Gilbert)
 2006 Eve (TV Series)
Salesperson

Daddy’s Home (2006) … Salesperson (as Maya Gilbert)
 2004-2006 General Hospital (TV Series)
Nurse / Nurse #1

Episode #1.10958 (2006) … Nurse #1 (as Maya Gilbert)
Episode #1.10957 (2006) … Nurse #1 (as Maya Gilbert)
Episode #1.10729 (2005) … Nurse (as Maya Gilbert)
Episode #1.10699 (2005) … Nurse (as Maya Gilbert)
Episode #1.10644 (2004) … Nurse (as Maya Gilbert)
 2005 Nanny and the Professional (Short)
Jerri / the Nanny (as Maya Gilbert)
 2005 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Nurse

Episode dated 20 April 2005 (2005) … Nurse (as Maya Gilbert)
Episode #1.10014 (2005) … Nurse (as Maya Gilbert)
Episode #1.9966 (2005) … Nurse (as Maya Gilbert)
 2005 I Wanna Be a Soap Star (TV Series)
Actress

The Cut Down (2005) … Actress (as Maya Gilbert)
The Chemistry Set (2005) … Actress (as Maya Gilbert)
Oh Baby (2005) … Actress (as Maya Gilbert)
It’s Not Easy Being Green (2005) … Actress (as Maya Gilbert)
How the Other Half Lives (2005) … Actress (as Maya Gilbert)
 2004/III Twisted (Short)
Destiny (as Maya Gilbert)

Lili Simmons

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Lili Simmons
Born (1993-07-23) July 23, 1993 (age 24)
Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2010–present

Lili Simmons (born July 23, 1993[1]) is an American actress and model known for her role as Rebecca Bowman on the Cinemax series Banshee (2013–2016).

Early life[edit]

Simmons was born and raised in Cardiff-by-the-Sea in San Diego County, California.[2][3] At age 15, Simmons was discovered by talent manager, Kate Linden.

Career[edit]

Simmons began her career as a Ford Model,[4] also modelling for Bebe Stores and Roxy and appearing in commercials and print ads for companies like J.C. Penney and Saturn.[5]

She moved into acting in 2010 on the web series Hollywood Is Like High School with Money, based on the book of the same name, playing Quinn Whitaker.[6][7] She also appeared in an episode of the Disney XD sitcom Zeke and Luther and then in the 2011 Disney Channel Original Movie Geek Charming. Also that year, she had a small role in an episode of the sitcom Mr. Sunshine.

In 2012, Simmons starred in the film Fat Kid Rules the World, and guest starred in an episode of Jane by Design. In 2013, she appeared in an episode of Vegas and began playing Rebecca Bowman, a rebellious Amish girl on the Cinemax series Banshee.[8] She originally auditioned for the role of Deva Hopewell, but: “They said, ‘She’s too old or too sexy’ or whatever”. While in Philadelphia for her grandmother’s funeral, the producers asked her to go back to New York to read for Rebecca, after which she won the role.[9] In March that year, she appeared in a pictorial in Maxim magazine.[10]

In 2014, Simmons began recurring roles on Hawaii Five-0, and the HBO series True Detective.[11] In April 2016 she was cast in a recurring role in another HBO series, Westworld.[12] In February 2017 Simmons was cast in a season-long arc on the fifth season of the Showtime drama series Ray Donovan playing Natalie James, “the star of a big movie franchise”.[13]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Fat Kid Rules the World Isabel
2015 Bone Tomahawk Samantha O’Dwyer
2016 Dirty Lies Michelle
2016 Robyn Hood: I Love NY Robyn Hood Short film[14]
2017 Deux Face Sand Short film
2017 Good Match Riley In post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Zeke and Luther Mia Episode: “Sludge”
2011 Mr. Sunshine Hot Teenage Girl Episode: “Employee of the Year”
2011 Geek Charming Lola Television film
2012 Jane by Design Piper Grace Episode: “The Teen Model”
2013–2016 Banshee Rebecca Bowman Main role; 31 episodes
2013 Vegas Fay Binder Episode: “Road Trip”
2014–present Hawaii Five-0 Amber Vitale / Melissa Armstrong 6 episodes
2014 True Detective Beth 2 episodes
2016 Westworld New Clementine Episode: “Trace Decay”
2017 Ray Donovan Natalie James

Web[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Hollywood is Like High School with Money Quinn Whitaker 9 episodes
2013–2016 Banshee Origins Rebecca Bowman 3 episodes

Tori Griffith

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Filmography

Actress (11 credits)
 2017 Princess of the Row (filming)
Teen Girl
 2015 Any Other Day (Short) (completed)
Camilla Roberts
 2015/I Table Manners (Short) (completed)
 2016 Lost Girls (Short)
Beth
 2016/I Outta Control (Short)
Jasmine
 2016 Finding Fortune (TV Movie)
Rose
 2015 Get Educated (TV Series)
Michelle

First Day of School (2015) … Michelle
 2015 The Fergusons (TV Series)
Kailey Ferguson

Kailey’s Party (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
Telepathic (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
What Is Love? (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
The Salad Bowl (2015) … Kailey Ferguson
 2015 No More Tomorrows (Short)
Sophia
 2014 City of the Lost (Short)
Jade
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 2017 The 38th Annual Young Artist Awards (post-production)
Herself – Award Nominee

ELIZA GONZALEZ

 

 

ELiza González Reyna (Spanish pronunciation: [‘ei̯sa ɣon̥’sales ‘r̄ei̯na]; born 30 January 1990) is a Mexican actress and singer. In 2007, she gained popularity for her debut role as “Lola” in the Mexican teen-oriented musical telenovela Lola…Érase una vez. She currently plays Santanico Pandemonium on the television show From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.

Early life[edit]

Born in Caborca, Sonora, Mexico,[2] González is the only daughter of former Mexican model, Glenda Reyna. Her father, Carlos, died in a motorcycle accident when she was twelve; she has cited her father’s death as a strong influence in her career.[3] She has one brother, Yulen, who is twelve years older than her. She attended two private bi-lingual schools, Edron Academy and the American School Foundation, both located in Mexico City.[4][5] She completed two years of a three-year course at Televisa‘s acting school, Centro de Educación Artística, before she was cast as the protagonist in the 2007 teen-oriented telenovela Lola…Érase una vez at 16.

Acting career[edit]

2007–2012: Career beginnings and breakout success in Latin America[edit]

From 2003 through 2004, González studied acting at the M & M Studio, an acting school in Mexico City run by famed actress, Patricia Reyes Spíndola.[4] At age 14, she was accepted into Televisa’s famous acting school, Centro de Educación Artística in Mexico City. While attending school, she was first spotted by producer and director, Pedro Damian (best known for his success with Latin pop band, RBD). Two years later, Damian cast González in a remake of Argentina’s famous children’s telenovela, Floricienta. She portrayed “Lola”, the lead female protagonist in Lola…Érase una vez. The show began filming in late 2006 and debuted in Mexico on February 26, 2007. It was later shown in various countries throughout Latin America and the US. To promote the show, González went on a national tour in Mexico to perform songs that she sang on the show. Lola…Érase una vez ran for two seasons before ending in early 2008. Following the completion of Lola…Érase una vez, González, accompanied by her mother, moved to New York City briefly to attend a three-month course of acting classes at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in the spring of 2008. She returned to Mexico City in early fall of that same year.[6]

In April 2009, González was cast in an episode of the popular crime drama television series Mujeres Asesinas as a supporting character for the second season. She starred alongside Mexican actress Susana González in the episode Tere, Desconfiada, playing the teenage antagonist, “Gaby”. González commented that she was informed about the casting call while she was preparing to release her first solo album Contracorriente.[7]

In early 2010, following the US release of González’s debut album, Contracorriente, she announced to fans via Twitter that she had been cast as the lead protagonist in the musical “tween” telenovela Sueña conmigo.[8] González played dual roles of “Clara” and Clara’s alter-ego “Roxy Pop”. For the role, González traveled to Buenos Aires to film in April 2010. She lived in Buenos Aires for a year, travelling back to Mexico City on breaks during the production of Sueña conmigo. When filming ended in February 2011, Gonzalez returned to Mexico City. The show was produced by Televisa and Nickelodeon Latin America, and aired on July 20, 2010 in Argentina, Mexico, and other Latin American countries. Because of its success in Argentina, the cast performed several concerts in throughout Argentina from March to July 2011.[9]

In June and July 2011, González attended castings for Televisa’s newest tween television series, Miss XV in Mexico City. She auditioned for one of two lead roles and was considered for the lead role. However, producers felt she was too old for the part and she lost the role.[10]

In early 2012, González filmed Casi 30, a comedy-drama directed by Alejandro Sugich. Filming was conducted in Sonora and Mexico City. González plays Cristina, an 18-year-old ballet student who falls in love with Emilio, the film’s lead character.[11] The film marks González’s acting debut in cinema. In 2013, the movie premiered at several film festivals in Mexico, but it premiered nationwide in Mexico on August 22, 2014.[12][13][14]

In May 2012, she was officially confirmed as one of the female protagonist, Nicole “Nikki” Brizz Balvanera, for Televisa’s latest telenovela, Amores verdaderos. Amores verdaderos is a telenovela remake of the TV Azteca television series Amor en custodia, based on the Argentine telenovela of the same name. Filming began on July 23, 2012 and concluded in early May 2013. The show premiered on September 3, 2012 for Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico.

Originally, Mexican producer Pedro Torres offered González the lead role of Sofía López-Haro (Serena Van Der Woodsen in the original television show) in his television show, Gossip Girl: Acapulco, the Mexican remake of the hit American television series, Gossip Girl. González considered accepting the role, but declined, due to her rigorous filming schedule for Amores verdaderos.[15]

2013–present: Transition to English-speaking roles and breakthrough[edit]

In September 2013, González was cast in director Adrian Cervantes’ film, All Hail the Squash Blossom Queen. The film was slated to star Bonnie Wright of the Harry Potter film franchise, and González was expected to play “Brittany” in the movie. She was later dropped from the project when the role was recast in 2015.[16][17] In November 2013, she was announced as a cast member for producer Robert Rodriguez‘s television series, From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.[18] González plays Santanico Pandemonium, a role portrayed by Salma Hayek in the original film. The role is González’s first English-speaking part, and she is also featured prominently on the print advertisements for the series. The show is produced by Rodriguez for his cable network El Rey. González relocated to Austin, Texas to film the program’s first season. Following its U.S. debut, the show began available for streaming internationally on Netflix in the UK, Canada, and Latin America. On March 26, 2014, the series was renewed for a second season on El Rey.[19][20][21] On August 12, 2014, she hosted the “MTV Millennial Awards” at the Pepsi Center in Mexico City.[22][23] In March 2015, González and the cast of From Dusk till Dawn: The Series returned to Austin, Texas to begin filming for the show’s second season.[24]

She appeared as “Darling” in the action film Baby Driver, released in 2017.[25]

Spokesmodel career[edit]

In 2008, González was chosen as the new face of “Color Trend de Avon” for cosmetics brand Avon in Mexico.[26] She filmed commercials for the skincare brand, “Asepxia”, in Mexico in 2009. She was announced as the newest brand ambassador for skincare line, Neutrogena in February 2015. She filmed advertisements in both Spanish and English to promote the brand.[27]

Musical career[edit]

Debut album: Contracorriente (2008–2010)[edit]

Following the success of her debut performance in Lola…Érase una vez, González signed a deal with EMI Televisa to record her own album as a solo artist in late 2008. Pre-production and recording for González’s debut album, Contracorriente (Counter-current in English) began in fall 2008; the album was recorded in Texas, Los Angeles, and Mexico City. The album was released in Mexico on November 24, 2009. It was released in the US on January 26, 2010. The album’s only single, Mi Destino Soy Yo, was released in Mexico on October 20, 2009.[28] To promote the single, she performed at televised music festivals and concerts across Mexico.[29] Because of the Sueña conmigo musical tour in Argentina, González was unable to embark on a longer tour for the album or release a second single.

Second album: Te acordarás de mí (2011–2012)[edit]

In June 2011, González announced that she wished to focus on the production and recording of her second solo album. She also revealed that she planned to spend the remainder of the year working on new music and would not return to film or television projects until the album was completed.[30] She completed production on her second album during the first months of 2012. The album was recorded in Mexico City, Texas, and the Dominican Republic.[31]

Her first single, Te Acordarás de Mí, was released for digital download on iTunes for Mexico on April 16, 2012 and May 22, 2012 for the U.S. The song was co-written by González, singer-songwriter Alejandra Alberti, and Carlos Lara in Mexico City.[32] González’s second album, Te Acordarás de Mí was released on June 12, 2012 in Mexico for physical and digital format; it was released digitally on iTunes the U.S. on the same day.[1][33] The album contains 12 songs; González co-wrote three songs.[34] Te Acordarás de Mí debuted at number 66 on the Mexican Charts.[35] Invisible was announced as the second single; it was released on the radio in Mexico on August 1, 2012.[36]

In February 2013, González confirmed plans for a re-release edition of her second album but it was later cancelled.[37]

Personal life[edit]

González moved to Los Angeles, California in late August 2013 to further pursue her acting career.[38][39] She is fluent in English, Spanish and speaks some Italian.[4] In June 2011, she began dating Mexican businessman Pepe Diaz for two years. The pair split in the summer of 2013.[citation needed] In 2014, she began dating her From Dusk till Dawn: The Series co-star, D.J. Cotrona until June 2016. In September 2015, she revealed that she struggled with depression and compulsive overeating from age 15 to 20 as a result of her father’s death.[40][41]

Filmography

Actress (14 credits)
 2017 Highway (filming)
Jane
  God’s Equation (TV Series) (announced)
Candelaria Ortiz

Episode #1.13 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.12 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.10 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.9 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
Episode #1.8 … Candelaria Ortiz (rumored)
 2015 Jem and the Holograms
Jetta (as Eiza Gonzalez)
 2014 Almost Thirty
Cristina
 2013 Romeo Santos: Propuesta Indecente (Video short)
Rich Girl
 2012-2013 True Love (TV Series)
Nikki Brizz Balvanera

Gran final: Part 3 (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
Gran final: Part 1 (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
Gran final: Part 2 (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
La advertencia de Salsero (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
Dolor de padre (2013) … Nikki Brizz Balvanera
 2010-2011 Sueña conmigo (TV Series)
Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop

¡Sigue tus sueños y Sueña Conmigo! (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
¡Fiesta de fin de curso y la verdad a Octavio! (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
La Despedida de Cec (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
La Promesa de Luca (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
¿Renunciar es lo Mejor Esta Vez? (2011) … Clara Molina / Roxy-Pop
 2009 Mujeres asesinas (TV Series)
Gabriela Ortega

Tere, desconfiada (2009) … Gabriela Ortega
 2008 Plaza Sésamo (TV Series)
Lola

Amigas para siempre (2008) … Lola
 2007 Lola: Érase una vez (TV Series)
Dolores ‘Lola’ Valente

Lola: Érase una vez (2007) … Dolores ‘Lola’ Valente

Lily James

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Lily James

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Lily James
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James in 2017
Born Lily Chloe Ninette Thomson
(1989-04-05) 5 April 1989 (age 28)
Esher, Surrey, England
Alma mater Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2010)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2010–present
Notable work

Lily Chloe Ninette Thomson (born 5 April 1989), known as Lily James, is an English actress. She played Lady Rose Aldridge in the ITV period drama Downton Abbey, and the title role in the 2015 Disney film Cinderella. In 2017 she played Debora, the love interest of the main character Baby, in the action film Baby Driver.

James began her professional acting career as Ethel Brown in the 2010 BBC production Just William. In 2011 and 2012, she earned warm reviews in several London theatre productions. She began to appear in Hollywood films in 2012, with roles in Wrath of the Titans, Fast Girls and Baby Driver, and in television roles such as Countess Natasha Rostova in the 2016 BBC historical drama series War & Peace.

Early life[edit]

Lily James was born in Esher, Surrey, England, the daughter of Ninette (née Mantle), an actress, and musician James “Jamie” Thomson.[1] Her grandmother, Helen Horton, was an American actress.[2][3] She began her education at the Tring Park School for the Performing Arts[4] and subsequently went on to study acting at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in 2010.[5][6]

Career[edit]

Her television credits include Ethel Brown in the 2010 BBC production of Richmal Crompton‘s Just William, Poppy in the fourth series of ITV’s Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2011), and the rebellious Lady Rose in the last episode of series three of Downton Abbey.[7] Lady Rose later became a main character in the fourth and fifth series of the programme.[8] James also appeared as Lady Rose in the series finale.[9]

In 2011, James played Taylor at the Young Vic Theatre in Tanya Ronder’s stage adaptation of the novel Vernon God Little directed by Rufus Norris,[10] Nina in Russell Bolam’s modern adaptation of The Seagull at Southwark Playhouse, and Desdemona in Daniel Evans‘s production of Othello at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, alongside Dominic West and Clarke Peters. Quentin Letts wrote in The Daily Mail: “We may have a new star actress on our hands. … She left drama school only last year, yet she practically sweeps all before her as Desdemona in this Othello. Poise, diction, allure – she has them all. … Her character’s love affair with a much older husband is completely believable.”[11]

In 2012, James played the role of Katrina in Play House and Marijka in Definitely the Bahamas in a double-bill written and directed by Martin Crimp at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, London as part of the theatre’s fortieth anniversary. Charles Spencer of The Telegraph wrote that “it is performed with a persuasive mixture of mischief and deeper feeling by Obi Abili and Lily James, the latter combining a mixture of neuroticism and glowing sexual allure that proves extraordinarily potent”.[12] James played the role of Korrina in the Warner Brothers film Wrath of the Titans and starred in Fast Girls, written by Noel Clarke, centered around a group of young female athletes competing in the World Championships.

James played the title character in the 2015 live-action Disney film Cinderella.[13] The film was released on 13 March 2015. James was photographed by Annie Leibovitz as Cinderella, in the blue gown her character wears to the ball, for the December 2014 issue of Vogue.[14][15] James also made her singing debut in the film’s end credits, covering “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from the 1950 animated film.

In 2016, she returned to television in the 2016 BBC historical drama series War & Peace, playing the character of Natasha Rostova. She also starred in her second major film, playing the role of Elizabeth Bennet in the action-horror film Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a parody of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It received mixed reviews and failed to break even at the box office. James played the role of Juliet in the Garrick Theatre‘s production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Rob Ashford and actor-director Kenneth Branagh in 2016.

In 2017 she played Debora, the love interest of the main character Baby, in the action film Baby Driver. James is set to portray the younger version of Donna Sheridan in the sequel to Mamma Mia!, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again![16]

Personal life[edit]

James’s father died from cancer in 2008; she has said that filming father/daughter scenes in Cinderella was therefore very emotional for her.[17]

She is currently in a relationship with English Actor Matt Smith.[18]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Chemistry Ines Short film
Wrath of the Titans Korrina
Broken Older Skunk
Fast Girls Lisa Temple
2015 Cinderella Cinderella Also playback singer for “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes
Burnt Sara
2016 Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Elizabeth Bennet
The Exception Mieke de Jong
The Tale of Thomas Burberry Betty Short film
2017 Baby Driver Debora
Darkest Hour Elizabeth Nel Post-production
2018 Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! Young Donna Sheridan Filming
Little Woods[19] Deb Post-production
Guernsey Juliet Ashton Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Just William Ethel Brown 4 episodes
2011 Secret Diary of a Call Girl Poppy 8 episodes
2012–2015 Downton Abbey Lady Rose MacClare 21 episodes
2016 War & Peace Natasha Rostova 6 episodes

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Vernon God Little Taylor Young Vic Theatre
2012 The Seagull Nina Southwark Playhouse
2016 Romeo and Juliet Juliet Garrick Theatre

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Refs
2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Downton Abbey Won
2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Downton Abbey Won
2015 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Cinderella Nominated [20]
2015 Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards Breakthrough Award Cinderella Won [21]
2016 Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Cinderella Nominated [22]
2017 Whatsonstage.com Awards Best Actress in a Play Romeo and Juliet Nominated [23]

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