Augie Duke was born on February 4, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Augustine Duke Kupper. She is known for her work on 6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days (2013), Bad Kids Go to Hell (2012) and Burning Kentucky (2019).
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Actress (58 credits)
  6:45 (announced)
  Thug Alley (Short) (pre-production)
  Messiah (TV Series) (filming)

Episode #1.5 … Skye
Trial … Skye
  Circus Road (post-production)
Mia Sandusky
 2019 Acceleration (post-production)
 2019 Exit 0 (post-production)
 2019 Blood Craft (completed)
 2019 Burning Kentucky
 2018 L.A. Confidential (TV Movie)
 2018 Another Plan from Outer Space
Chief Hudson
 2018 Chasing Bullitt
 2018 Hell’s Kitty
Marion Cry
 2017 Midnight in Her Eyes (Short)
 2017 Red Oaks (TV Series)
Joan Jett

Paroled (2017) … Joan Jett
Summer in the City (2017) … Joan Jett
 2017 The Righteous and the Wicked
Melanie Brooks
 2017 The Black Room
 2017 The Narcissists
 2016 House Poor (TV Series)

Raven Returns … Raven
Rent Their Rooms? … Raven
 2016 The Ravine (Short)
 2016 Recipe (Short)
 2016 Blake Chandler: Psychic Investigator (Short)
Nora Hammett
 2016 Welcome to Horror (segment “Pack A Bag, Quick!”) (voice)
 2015 The Eighth Sin
 2015 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Jill Simmons

Future Perfect (2015) … Jill Simmons
 2015 Ur in Analysis (TV Movie)
 2015 Awaken
 2014/I Delusional
Annie Walton
 2014 Giant Killer Hogs (Short)
 2014 The Badger Game
 2014/I Spring
 2014/VI Strangers (Short)
 2014 Suck It (Short)
 2014 No Filter (Short)
 2014 Power Trip (TV Series)
The Boss

Pilot (2014) … The Boss
 2014 With You Around (Short)
 2013/II Coyote
 2013 This Thing with Sarah
Ethan Girl #3
 2013 6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days (Short)
 2012/II Money Shot
The Hooker
 2012 Teenage Bank Heist (TV Movie)
 2012 Bad Kids Go to Hell
Veronica Harmon
 2012 The Mentalist (TV Series)

Something Rotten in Redmund (2012) … Krista
 2012 Extracted
 2011 Pack a Bag, Quick! (Short) (voice)
 2011 Chemistry (TV Series)

In or Out, Part 2 (2011) … Pemmie
In or Out, Part 1 (2011) … Pemmie
Intimacy (2011) … Pemmie
Lust in Translation (2011) … Pemmie
Night on Bald Mountain (2011) … Pemmie
 2011 Rumspringa (Short)
 2011 Hell’s Kitty (TV Series)
Marion Cry

Cursed … Marion Cry
 2010 Lure (Video)
 2010 Gravity (TV Series)
Fuckin Happy

Are We All Just Dead? (2010) … Fuckin Happy
Old People Creep Me Out (2010) … Fuckin Happy
Namaste MF (2010) … Fuckin Happy
Suicide Dummies (2010) … Fuckin Happy


Carol Anne Seflinger was born on November 30, 1952 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an actress, known for Wonderbug (1976), Ben Casey (1961) and The Case of the Dangerous Robin (1960).
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Actress (25 credits)
 2013 L’Chaim L.A. (TV Series)
Aunt Dahlia

Neighbs (2013) … Aunt Dahlia
 2006 The Bedstand (Video)
 1978 Sweater Girls
 1977 Little Vic (TV Mini-Series)
Clara Scott (1977)
 1976-1977 Wonderbug (TV Series)
Susan Talbot

Oil or Nothing (1977) … Susan Talbot
Incredible Shrinking Wonderbug (1977) … Susan Talbot
Fish Story (1977) … Susan Talbot
Dirty Larry, Crazy Barry (1977) … Susan Talbot
The Case of the Misfortune Cookie (1977) … Susan Talbot
 1976 The Krofft Supershow (TV Series)
Susan Talbot (in ‘Wonderbug’) (1976-1978)
 1974 Shazam! (TV Series)

The Gang’s All Here (1974) … Mellie
The Past Is Not Forever (1974) … Mellie
 1972 Room 222 (TV Series)

Just Call Me Mr. Shigematsu (1972) … Carol
 1964-1968 My Three Sons (TV Series)
Donna / Ethel Mae

Ernie, the Jinx (1968) … Donna (as Carol Seflinger)
My Fair Chinese Lady (1964) … Ethel Mae (as Carol Seflinger)
 1967 Divorce American Style
Maggie (uncredited)
 1966 The F.B.I. (TV Series)

The Plague Merchant (1966) … Jeannie (uncredited)
 1966 Johnny Tiger
Wendy Dean
 1965 The Lollipop Cover
Felicity (as Carol Seflinger)
 1964 Ben Casey (TV Series)
Laura / Jancy Miller

This Wild, Wild, Wild Waltzing World (1964) … Laura (as Carol Seflinger)
Dress My Doll Pretty (1964) … Jancy Miller (as Carol Seflinger)
 1963 Dr. Kildare (TV Series)

Charlie Wade Makes Lots of Shade (1963) … Nancy (as Carol Seflinger)
 1963 The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters (TV Series)
Little Girl / Burton Girl / Girl

The Day of the Killer (1963) … Burton Girl (as Carol Seflinger)
The Day of the Taboo Man (1963) … Little Girl
The Day of the Skinners (1963) … Little Girl (as Carol Seflinger)
The Day of the Last Bugle (1963) … Girl
 1962 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (TV Series)

Man’s Best Friend (1962) … Lisa
 1962 Gunsmoke (TV Series)

Call Me Dodie (1962) … Marth (as Carol Seflinger)
 1961 The Hathaways (TV Series)
Laurie Dodson

Walter Takes a Partner (1961) … Laurie Dodson
 1961 The Barbara Stanwyck Show (TV Series)

Big Jake (1961)
 1961 The Case of the Dangerous Robin (TV Series)

Doll of Death (1961) … (as Carol Seflinger)
 1960 Route 66 (TV Series)
Ginger Christopher

A Fury Slinging Flame (1960) … Ginger Christopher (as Carol Seflinger)
 1960 The Alaskans (TV Series)

White Vengeance (1960) … Katja
 1960 Rawhide (TV Series)
Ellen Tenney

Incident of the 100 Amulets (1960) … Ellen Tenney (as Carol Seflinger)
 1959 The Story on Page One
Avis Morris (uncredited)


Carol Levy is an actress, known for Alone in the Dark (1982), The Fantasies of Miss Jones (1986) and The Chosen (1981).
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Actress (9 credits)
 2018 Bela Criativa (TV Series)
 1988 Wanton Sinner (Short)
Girl in Black Vette
 1986 Tales from the Darkside (TV Series)
Juliann Hanratty

Florence Bravo (1986) … Juliann Hanratty
 1986 The Fantasies of Miss Jones
Audrey Swallow / Lucy Darling
 1983 Johnny Garage (TV Movie)
 1982 Alone in the Dark
 1981 The Chosen
Party Guest
 1980 One-Trick Pony
 1976 The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case (TV Movie)
Mrs. Long
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2005 Alone in the Dark: Bunky Lives! (Video short)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2010 Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (Video documentary)
Herself (uncredited)


Ángela Contreras was born on May 27, 1971 in Santiago de Chile, Chile. She is an actress, known for Pecadores (2003), Rojo y miel (1994) and Sucupira (1996).  
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Actress (12 credits)
 2007 Amor por accidente (TV Series)
Isabela Darín

Episode #1.3 (2007) … Isabela Darín
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Isabela Darín
Episode #1.1 (2007) … Isabela Darín
 2006 Cómplices (TV Series)
Ann Bermúdez
 2006 Reporteras urbanas (TV Series)
 2003 Pecadores (TV Series)
Altagracia Pérez

El milagro del Piruja (2003) … Altagracia Pérez
El matrimonio con el diablo (2003) … Altagracia Pérez
¿Simón está arrepentido? (2003) … Altagracia Pérez
Simón al descubierto (2003) … Altagracia Pérez
La desconfianza de Dionisio (2003) … Altagracia Pérez
 2003 Cuentos de mujeres (TV Mini-Series)

Francisca (2003) … Francisca
 2002 Purasangre (TV Series)
Helena Santa Cruz Valdivieso

Episode #1.113 (2002) … Helena Santa Cruz Valdivieso
Episode #1.112 (2002) … Helena Santa Cruz Valdivieso
Episode #1.111 (2002) … Helena Santa Cruz Valdivieso
Episode #1.110 (2002) … Helena Santa Cruz Valdivieso
Episode #1.109 (2002) … Helena Santa Cruz Valdivieso
 2001 Amores de Mercado (TV Series)
Fernanda María Lira

Episode #1.104 (2001) … Fernanda María Lira
Episode #1.103 (2001) … Fernanda María Lira
Episode #1.102 (2001) … Fernanda María Lira
Episode #1.101 (2001) … Fernanda María Lira
Episode #1.99 (2001) … Fernanda María Lira
 1999 La fiera (TV Series)
Fernanda Montes

Episode #1.103 (1999) … Fernanda Montes
Episode #1.102 (1999) … Fernanda Montes
Episode #1.101 (1999) … Fernanda Montes
Episode #1.100 (1999) … Fernanda Montes
Episode #1.99 (1999) … Fernanda Montes
 1996 Sucupira (TV Series)
Bárbara Valdivieso

Episode #1.107 (1996) … Bárbara Valdivieso
Episode #1.106 (1996) … Bárbara Valdivieso
Episode #1.105 (1996) … Bárbara Valdivieso
Episode #1.104 (1996) … Bárbara Valdivieso
Episode #1.103 (1996) … Bárbara Valdivieso
 1994 Rojo y miel (TV Series)
Claudia Bernard

Episode #1.89 (1994) … Claudia Bernard
Episode #1.88 (1994) … Claudia Bernard
Episode #1.87 (1994) … Claudia Bernard
Episode #1.85 (1994) … Claudia Bernard
Episode #1.84 (1994) … Claudia Bernard
 1994 Valparaíso
 1993 Ámame (TV Series)
Daniela Hernández

Episode #1.99 (1993) … Daniela Hernández
Episode #1.98 (1993) … Daniela Hernández
Episode #1.97 (1993) … Daniela Hernández
Episode #1.96 (1993) … Daniela Hernández
Episode #1.95 (1993) … Daniela Hernández
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2003 Noche de juegos (TV Series)
Herself – Celebrity Player

Especial: Noche de Pecadores (2003) … Herself – Celebrity Player


Antonia Santa María

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Antonia Santa María
Antonia Santa María Monckeberg

(1982-07-22) 22 July 1982 (age 36)

Santiago, Chile
Alma mater Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 2005–present
Spouse(s) Álvaro Viguera (2012–present)
Relatives Constanza Santa María [es] (sister)

Antonia Santa María Monckeberg (born 22 July 1982) is a Chilean film, television, and theater actress.


The daughter of Juan Pedro Santa María Pérez, legal director of Banco Santander and great-grandson of President Domingo Santa María,[1] Antonia Santa María attended the Apoquindo School and, after completing her secondary education, studied theater at the Catholic University. She refined her skills with an acting seminar at Alfredo Castro’s school. She has also taken singing and dancing courses.

Her first television series was Brujas on Canal 13, playing the role of Sharon Sánchez.[2] She next joined Descarado [es] and Papi Ricky on the same network. In 2008 she began to appear on Televisión Nacional de Chile (TVN) series such as El Señor de la Querencia, Hijos del Monte, Conde Vrolok, La familia de al lado, and La chúcara, with the latter being her first leading role.[3]

In 2006, the year after her premiere in Brujas, she performed professionally in theater for the first time, in the play Oedipus (o La múltiple dislexia), a version of Oedipus Rex written and directed by Luna del Canto.[4] Since then she has made sporadic theatrical appearances, in productions such as El Último Cuplé, el cabaret de Sarita Montiel[5][6] and Gladys [es].[7]

She debuted on the big screen as Antonia in Las niñas (2007), the award-winning first work by Rodrigo Marín.[8] She acted in Quiero entrar (2011) by Roberto Farías,[9] and Pérez (2012), which was directed by her husband, Álvaro Viguera, and of which she was also a producer.[1] The film, for which Viguera won the Best Director award at the 2012 Santiago International Film Festival, is based on the 2009 play of the same name by Elisa Zulueta (in which Santa María also acted).[9][10]

She is the youngest of four siblings: painter and musician Pedro Santa María, journalist and singer Constanza Santa María [es], and architect and musician Rodrigo Santa María.[11]



Year Title Role
2007 Las niñas Antonia
2008 Edgar Consuelo
2011 Quiero entrar
2012 Pérez Roma Pérez
2013 Gloria María


Year Title Role Channel
2005 Brujas Sharon Sánchez Canal 13
2006 Descarado [es] Perla Cortés Canal 13
2007 Papi Ricky María Paz Spencer Canal 13
2008 El Señor de la Querencia Violeta Moreno TVN
Hijos del Monte Consuelo Millán TVN
2009–2010 Conde Vrolok Úrsula Donoso TVN
2010 La familia de al lado Hilda González TVN
2011 Su nombre es Joaquín Carolina Ortega TVN
2013 Dos por uno Ángelica “Angie” Pavez TVN
2014 El amor lo manejo yo Noelia Fernández TVN
2014–2015 La Chúcara Laura Muñoz TVN
2017–2018 Dime quién fue [es] Laura Castillo TVN

TV series and specials[edit]

Year Title Role Channel
2005 Los simuladores Anastasia Soto Canal 13
2006 Dinastía Sa-Sá [es] Sharon Janet Sánchez Canal 13
2009 Mi bella genio [es] Laura Paloma Andrómeda TVN

TV programs[edit]

Music videos[edit]

  • 2012: “Mis cenizas” by Rodrigo Santa María
  • 2013: “Suicidas” by Rodrigo Santa María[11]


Year Work Role Author Director Theater Ref.
2009 Pérez Roma Elisa Zulueta Elisa Zulueta Teatro del Puente [10]
2010-11 El Último Cuplé Sarita Montiel Álvaro Viguera Centro Cultural Amanda (2010)
Teatro Municipal de Las Condes (2011)
2011-13 Gladys [es] Uxue Elisa Zulueta Elisa Zulueta Teatro del Puente (2011)
Teatro UC (2012)
La Araucanía (Temuco, 2013)
Centro GAM (2013)
2013 Acción armada 42 26, 73 35 Andrés Kalawski [es] Ramón López Teatro UC [12]
2017 Uncle Vanya Sonia Anton Chekhov Álvaro Viguera CorpArtes [13]


  • 2013: Ceniza (collaboration with Rodrigo Santa María)[11]


Katyna Huberman was born on September 11, 1971 in Santiago, Chile. She is an actress, known for Los Treinta (2005), 40 y tantos (2010) and Mamá Mechona (2014). She has been married to James Frazier since November 20, 2010. They have two children.
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Actress (33 credits)
 2018 Si Yo Fuera Rico (TV Series)
Antonia Miller

Gran Final (2018) … Antonia Miller
La valentía de Miguel (2018) … Antonia Miller
Ferrada está en Chile (2018) … Antonia Miller
La gran alegría de Rony (2018) … Antonia Miller
 2017-2018 Perdona Nuestros Pecados (TV Series)
Elvira Undurraga

El pesar de Guillermina (2017) … Elvira Undurraga
Amor a distancia (2017) … Elvira Undurraga
La partida (2017) … Elvira Undurraga
El último suspiro (2017) … Elvira Undurraga
 2016-2017 Ámbar (TV Series)
Ximena Segura

Carla quiere un acuerdo con Cristóbal (2017) … Ximena Segura
¡Francisca está embarazada de Alex! (2017) … Ximena Segura
 2016 Sres. Papis (TV Series)
Paula Rosende

Los sentimientos de Fernando (2016) … Paula Rosende
¿Qué decisión tomará Ignacio? (2016) … Paula Rosende
Lucas escapó de la casa (2016) … Paula Rosende
Julián sufrió un traspié (2016) … Paula Rosende
La encrucijada de Ema (2016) … Paula Rosende
 2016 20añero a los 40 (TV Series)
Jackie Munita

Adiós 20añero (2016) … Jackie Munita
Jano amenaza (2016) … Jackie Munita
No firmes Fátima (2016) … Jackie Munita
Alison al ataque (2016) … Jackie Munita
Jano en problemas (2016) … Jackie Munita
 2014 Mamá Mechona (TV Series)
Marisol Cancino

El Final (2014) … Marisol Cancino
Confesada (2014) … Marisol Cancino
Fuertes consecuencias (2014) … Marisol Cancino
Cumple de mellizos (2014) … Marisol Cancino
Diciembre (2014) … Marisol Cancino
 2012-2013 Pobre Rico (TV Series)
Rosa Lagos

Juntos para siempre (2013) … Rosa Lagos
Gringo loco (2013) … Rosa Lagos
Gran decisión (2013) … Rosa Lagos
Corazón roto (2013) … Rosa Lagos
Voz de la virgen (2013) … Rosa Lagos
 2011 La comiqueria: la película
Marcela Venegas
 2010-2011 40 y tantos (TV Series)
Renata Santelices

El fin (2011) … Renata Santelices
¡Arrepentidos! (2011) … Renata Santelices
¡Marco es el padre! (2011) … Renata Santelices
¿Quién es el padre? (2011) … Renata Santelices
¡Al borde del suicidio! (2011) … Renata Santelices
 2009 A un metro de tí
 2009 Los Ángeles de Estela (TV Series)
Tania Abarzúa

Propuesta aceptada (2009) … Tania Abarzúa
¡León y Margarita se besan! (2009) … Tania Abarzúa
El incedio fue intencional (2009) … Tania Abarzúa
Margarita está casada (2009) … Tania Abarzúa
¡Paloma a punto de enterarse! (2009) … Tania Abarzúa
 2007 Amor por accidente (TV Series)
Rita Lihn

Episode #1.3 (2007) … Rita Lihn
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Rita Lihn
Episode #1.1 (2007) … Rita Lihn
 2007 Normal con alas
Piedad Balmaceda
 2007 Radio Corazón (uncredited)
 2007 Alguien Te Mira (TV Series)
Rocío Lynch

¡El peor de los asesinatos! (2007) … Rocío Lynch
¡Rocío asesinada! (2007) … Rocío Lynch
¡Llegó el 7 de julio! (2007) … Rocío Lynch
Ataque de celos (2007) … Rocío Lynch
¿Muerta? (2007) … Rocío Lynch
 2007 Corazón de María (TV Series)
 2006 Disparejas (TV Series)
Isidora Duarte

Episode #1.3 (2006) … Isidora Duarte
Episode #1.2 (2006) … Isidora Duarte
Episode #1.1 (2006) … Isidora Duarte
 2005 Los Treinta (TV Series)
Thelma Varela

Bochornosa situación (2005) … Thelma Varela
Simona termina con Bruno (2005) … Thelma Varela (as Katina Huberman)
Separación matrimonial (2005) … Thelma Varela
 2005 Versus (TV Series)
Sara Wellington

Episode #1.3 (2005) … Sara Wellington
Episode #1.2 (2005) … Sara Wellington
Episode #1.1 (2005) … Sara Wellington
 2002-2005 La vida es una lotería (TV Series)
Laura / Sara / Teruca / …

La nana (2005) … Laura
El esplendor de Sara (2004) … Sara
No estaba muerto (2004) … Teruca
El numerito de la Ligua (2003) … Pedro’s Ex Girlfriend
Hermanas (2002) … Emilia
 2005 Heredia & asociados (TV Series)
Claudia Amaro
 2004 El socio (TV Movie)
 2004 Decent People
 2003 Cesante
Wendy (voice)
 2003 El Nominado
 2003 Cuentos de mujeres (TV Mini-Series)

Ángela (2003) … Cecilia
 2003 El regalo de Silvia
 2003 Buscando a la señorita Hyde
Rita (as Katina Huberman)
 2002 De pe a pa (TV Series)

 2001 Oveja negra (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (2001)
Episode #1.3 (2001)
Episode #1.1 (2001)
 1999 Casi en serio (TV Series)
Varius / Herself
 1978 Jappening con Ja (TV Series)
DJ / Various / Herself (2000-2001)


Begoña Basauri was born on August 25, 1981 in Las Condes, Santiago, Metropolitan Region, Chile as Begoña Andrea Basauri Díaz. She is an actress, known for El Señor de la Querencia (2008), Mamá Mechona (2014) and Aquí Mando Yo (2011).
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Actress (24 credits)
 2018 Verdades Ocultas (TV Series)
Muriel Droguett

Gabriela descubrió la verdad de Amelia (2018) … Muriel Droguett
La drástica decisión de Gabriela (2018) … Muriel Droguett
Laura supo cuál es el plan de Muriel (2018) … Muriel Droguett
 2017 Papá Mono (TV Series)

El legado (2017)
 2017 Se Busca Novio… Para Mi Mujer
Mujer Restaurante
 2017 Un Diablo con Ángel (TV Series)
Bernardita Undurraga

Episode #1.3 (2017) … Bernardita Undurraga
Episode #1.2 (2017) … Bernardita Undurraga
Episode #1.1 (2017) … Bernardita Undurraga
 2016 Pinochet Boys
 2015 Príncipes de Barrio (TV Mini-Series)
Joanna Miranda

Episode #1.9 (2015) … Joanna Miranda
Tofi a la B (2015) … Joanna Miranda
Episode #1.7 (2015) … Joanna Miranda
La Desición de Freddy (2015) … Joanna Miranda
Tofi Debuta (2015) … Joanna Miranda
 2014 Mamá Mechona (TV Series)
Silvana Cancino

El Final (2014) … Silvana Cancino
Confesada (2014) … Silvana Cancino
Fuertes consecuencias (2014) … Silvana Cancino
Cumple de mellizos (2014) … Silvana Cancino
Diciembre (2014) … Silvana Cancino
 2012-2013 La Sexóloga (TV Series)
Griselda Garay

El final (2013) … Griselda Garay
Verdad revelada (2013) … Griselda Garay
La interrupción (2013) … Griselda Garay
El sabotaje (2013) … Griselda Garay
Ni tan buena (2013) … Griselda Garay
 2011-2012 Aquí Mando Yo (TV Series)
María Carolina Silva

El final ha llegado (2012) … María Carolina Silva
¿Se quedarán juntos? (2012) … María Carolina Silva
Cumpleaños (2012) … María Carolina Silva
Despedida (2012) … María Carolina Silva
Un mes después (2012) … María Carolina Silva
 2011 Ala chilena (TV Series)
Danae Buarque

Episode #1.3 (2011)
Episode #1.2 (2011)
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Danae Buarque
 2010 40 y tantos (TV Series)
Josefina Guzmán

¡La propuesta! (2010) … Josefina Guzmán
¡Atormentada! (2010) … Josefina Guzmán
¡Nueva Traición! (2010) … Josefina Guzmán
¡Noche de furia! (2010) … Josefina Guzmán
¡Sin remordimientos! (2010) … Josefina Guzmán
 2010 Algo habrán hecho (TV Mini-Series)
Catalina de los Ríos

El Mestizaje (2010) … Catalina de los Ríos
 2009 El Vuelo del Poeta: Una Historia Sobre Vicente Huidobro (TV Movie)
Teresa Wilms Scott
 2009 Hijos del Monte (TV Series)
Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Mardones

Problemas de dinero (2009) … Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Mardones
¿Cambiar apellido? (2009) … Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Mardones
Gaspar administrador (2009) … Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Mardones
Disculpas de Julieta (2009) … Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Mardones
Julieta rabiosa (2009) … Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Mardones
 2009 Dónde está Elisa? (TV Series)
Loreto Sandoval

La visita (2009) … Loreto Sandoval
¡Testigo clave miente! (2009) … Loreto Sandoval
Loreto Sandoval (2009) … Loreto Sandoval
 2009 Los Ángeles de Estela (TV Series)
Laura Alcázar

Propuesta aceptada (2009) … Laura Alcázar
¡León y Margarita se besan! (2009) … Laura Alcázar
El incedio fue intencional (2009) … Laura Alcázar
Margarita está casada (2009) … Laura Alcázar
¡Paloma a punto de enterarse! (2009) … Laura Alcázar
 2008 Viuda alegre (TV Series)
Carolina Zapata

Episode #1.3 (2008) … Carolina Zapata
Episode #1.2 (2008) … Carolina Zapata
Episode #1.1 (2008) … Carolina Zapata
 2008 El Señor de la Querencia (TV Series)
Herminia Pradenas

El fin del villano (2008) … Herminia Pradenas
¡Capturado! (2008) … Herminia Pradenas
¡La guerra! (2008) … Herminia Pradenas
¡Indignado! (2008) … Herminia Pradenas
¡Son hermanos! (2008) … Herminia Pradenas
 2008 Paz (TV Mini-Series)

No serán balas, serán salvas (2008) … Nora
 2007 Corazón de María (TV Series)
Sandra Orellana

Episode #1.3 (2007) … Sandra Orellana
Episode #1.2 (2007) … Sandra Orellana
Episode #1.1 (2007) … Sandra Orellana
 2006 Disparejas (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 (2006) … Paulina
Episode #1.2 (2006) … Paulina
Episode #1.1 (2006) … Paulina
 2006/II Floribella (TV Series)
 2006 Amor en tiempo record (TV Series)
Soledad Yávar

Comenzó el romance (2006) … Soledad Yávar
Felipe inicia su venganza (2006) … Soledad Yávar
Episode #1.4 … Soledad Yávar
La llegada de Amaru … Soledad Yávar


Danielle Lloyd

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Danielle Lloyd
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Lloyd in 2007
Born (1983-12-16) 16 December 1983 (age 35)

Liverpool, England
Occupation Model, television personality
Jamie O’Hara
(m. 2012; div. 2014)
Children 4
Modelling information
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Hair colour Brunette

Danielle Lloyd (formerly O’Hara; born 16 December 1983) is an English glamour model and television personality. A former Miss England (2004) and Miss Great Britain (2006), she first rose to prominence when she was stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after posing nude in the December 2006 edition of Playboy magazine. Her title was reinstated in 2010. In January 2007 she appeared on Celebrity Big Brother. She won the celebrity edition of The Weakest Link in 2008 and Total Wipeout in 2010.

Early life[edit]

Upon finishing school, Lloyd decided to pursue a dual career in modelling and as a beautician specializing in massage. She is a former nail technician.[1][2]

Pageantry and early career[edit]

Lloyd was crowned Miss England on 17 July 2004,[3] and competed at Miss World 2004. On 26 February 2006, Lloyd was named Miss Great Britain 2006.[4]

On 2 November 2006, she was stripped of her title “following recent claims in the press and magazines and the publicity given on the Playboy website for their next issue”, according to the Miss Great Britain website.[5]

Lloyd in 2007

Lloyd appeared in FHM magazine and was a finalist of Miss Maxim 2006.[6]

In 2006, Lloyd made an appearance on BBC One‘s Test the Nation. She revealed that she thought a statue of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill was a statue for the first black President.[7] However, at the end of the show it was revealed that her IQ was 152,[clarification needed] and she would go on to win a special episode of The Weakest Link.[1][8]

Celebrity Big Brother[edit]

Lloyd joined Celebrity Big Brother on 3 January 2007, at the start of the series.[9] Lloyd incurred significant negative publicity about her, Jade Goody, and Jo O’Meara‘s involvement in the controversy with rival housemate Shilpa Shetty.[10][11][12][13][14][15]

A large upsurge in complaints occurred after a conversation between Lloyd and O’Meara was shown, during which Lloyd mentioned that she didn’t like Shetty touching her food because she didn’t “know where her hands have been”.[16] Lloyd, O’Meara and Goody repeatedly maintained a belief that Shetty was “fake”, and “a mole”.[17]

The tensions in the house came to a peak on Day 15, when an explosive argument between Shetty and Goody erupted, seemingly over stock cubes. Witnessed by a giggling O’Meara and Lloyd.[18]

As a result of her racist bullying of Shetty, Lloyd lost six-figure modelling contracts with motorcycle insurance firm Bennetts[19] and urban fashion label Rocawear.[20]

Later career[edit]

Lloyd has also appeared on the cover of Maxim, Loaded, Nuts and Zoo several times, as well as featuring in FHM and Ice.[21][22] She has also secured a contract as the face of Ladbrokes Poker.[23]

Lloyd in 2007

In 2007, Lloyd launched a mobile phone safety campaign after her own mobile was stolen in a Liverpool club. The “Keep It Safe & Secure” (KISS) campaign, backed by the National Mobile Phone Crime Unit encourages mobile users to take greater safety precautions when using their phone.[24] In December 2007, Lloyd released a workout DVD entitled Keep Fit, Look Fit.[25]

Throughout 2007 and 2008, Lloyd made numerous television appearances including a guest spot on ITV2‘s WAGs Boutique and the celebrity edition of Gladiators. She also participated in a Glamour Models Special of The Weakest Link, winning £8,950. Lloyd donated her winnings from both Celebrity Big Brother and The Weakest Link to the Linda McCartney Centre located at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.[8]

Lloyd appeared in her own documentary, Dangerous Love: A Comic Relief Special (first broadcast on 3 March 2009), which examined the subject of violence against females in teen relationships. In the programme, she described the abuse she received (including a broken cheekbone) during her turbulent relationship and visited organisations funded by Comic Relief.[26]

On 2 January 2010, Lloyd participated in a celebrity edition of Total Wipeout. She cleared all the rounds and went on to win the entire competition. She raised £10,000 for the charity Guiding Light/The Lantern Project.[27]

In December 2010, she appeared on a celebrity edition of Come Dine with Me on Channel 4. She received the highest average scores from the other contestants and won the competition. She donated her prize money to Bliss, the special care baby charity.[22]

In 2014, Lloyd participated in celebrity show Splash!.[28]

On 18 January 2015, Lloyd took part in celebrity talent show Get Your Act Together.[29]

Personal life[edit]

She married Jamie O’Hara on 26 May 2012.[30] The couple had three sons together. They divorced in 2014. Lloyd gave birth to her fourth son in 2017, the first with new fiance, electrician, Michael O’Neill.[21][31]

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 2019 Lorraine (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 21 February 2019 (2019) … Herself – Guest
 2018 Jeremy Vine (TV Series)
Herself – Panellist

Episode #1.23 (2018) … Herself – Panellist
 2018 ITV Evening News (TV Series)

Episode dated 29 August 2018 (2018) … Herself
 2016-2018 Loose Women (TV Series)

Episode #22.91 (2018) … Herself
Episode #21.144 (2017) … Herself
Episode #20.238 (2016) … Herself
Episode #20.142 (2016) … Herself
 2016 The Real Housewives of Cheshire (TV Series)

A Fair to Remember (2016) … Herself
 2016 Celebrity Botched Up Bodies (TV Series)

Episode #1.4 (2016) … Herself (as Danielle O’Hara)
 2015 Pride of Britain Awards (TV Special)
 2015 Who’s Doing the Dishes? (TV Series)

Danielle Lloyd (2015) … Herself
 2014 Pride of Britain Awards (TV Special)
Herself (as Danielle O’Hara)
 2012 The Amazing Spiderman T4 Premiere Special (TV Special documentary)
Herself (as Danielle O’Hara)
 2011 Come Dine with Me (TV Series)

Episode dated 10 January 2011 (2011) … Herself
 2010 Celebrity Masterchef (TV Series)

Episode #5.5 (2010) … Herself
 2010 What Katie Did Next (TV Series)

Episode #2.3 (2010) … Herself
 2010 The Real Hustle (TV Series documentary)

Episode #8.4 (2010) … Herself
 2010 Breakfast (TV Series)
Herself – Glamour Model

Episode dated 29 January 2010 (2010) … Herself – Glamour Model
 2010 Total Wipeout (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Episode #2.11 (2010) … Herself – Contestant
 2009 The One Show (TV Series)

Episode dated 8 December 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2009 MTV’s Sex Degrees of Separation (TV Movie documentary)
 2008 The Most Annoying Couples We Love to Hate (TV Movie documentary)
 2008 Gladiators (TV Series)
Herself – Contender

Celebrity Special (2008) … Herself – Contender
 2008 WAGs’ World (TV Series)

Danielle Lloyd (2008) … Herself
 2007 Another Audience with Al Murray (TV Special)
 2007 The Weakest Link (TV Series)

Wags and Glamour (2007) … Herself
 2007 Xposé (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 (2007) … Herself
 2007 The Podge and Rodge Show (TV Series)

Episode #3.35 (2007) … Herself
 2007 European Open III (TV Series)

Celebrity Heat (2007) … Herself
 2007 This Morning (TV Series)

Episode dated 29 January 2007 (2007) … Herself
 2007 Celebrity Big Brother (TV Series)

Day 25 (2007) … Herself
Day 24 (2007) … Herself
Episode #5.28 (2007) … Herself
Day 23 (2007) … Herself
Day 22 (2007) … Herself
 2006 Test the Nation: The National IQ Test 2006 (TV Special)
 2006 Celebrity Daredevils (TV Series short)

Danielle Lloyd (2006) … Herself
 2004 Miss World 2004 (TV Special)
Herself – Miss England



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 2017 Rachel Unraveled (TV Series)
Marie Claire

Weekend with Dad (2017) … Marie Claire
Intervention (2017) … Marie Claire
The Sound of Rachel (2017) … Marie Claire
Audition (2017) … Marie Claire
Hide Hide Show Show Self (4 credits)
 2017 Watch Party: The Bachelor (TV Series)
 2016 The Bachelorette Canada After Show (TV Mini-Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.1 (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2016 Entertainment Tonight (TV Series)

Episode #35.126 (2016) … Herself
 2016 The Bachelor (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant / Herself

The Women Tell All (2016) … Herself (as Olivia)
Episode #20.6 (2016) … Herself – Contestant (as Olivia)
Episode #20.5 (2016) … Herself – Contestant (as Olivia)
Episode #20.4 (2016) … Herself – Contestant (as Olivia)
Episode #20.3 (2016) … Herself – Contestant (as Olivia)


Dove Cameron

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American actress and singer
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Chloe Celeste Hosterman

(1996-01-15) January 15, 1996 (age 23)

Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active 2012–present
Musical career
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts The Girl and the Dreamcatcher

Dove Olivia Cameron[1][2][3] (born Chloe Celeste Hosterman; January 15, 1996)[4][5] is an American actress and singer. She is known for playing a dual role as the eponymous characters in the Disney Channel teen sitcom Liv and Maddie and playing Mal in the Descendants film series.

She also had a recurring role as Ruby Hale in the ABC television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in 2018.

Early life[edit]

Dove Cameron was born in Seattle, Washington as Chloe Celeste Hosterman.[6] She is the daughter of Philip Alan Hosterman and Bonnie Wallace, who later divorced, and has an older sister, Claire Hosterman. She grew up in Bainbridge Island, Washington. When she was a child, she attended Sakai Intermediate School. At the age of eight, she began acting in community theater at Bainbridge Performing Arts.[7]

When she was fourteen, her family moved to Los Angeles, California, where she sang in Burbank High School‘s National Championship Show Choir.[4] Cameron has stated that she is of French descent and that she speaks some French.[8] She is also of Russian, Slovak and Hungarian descent.[9] She has stated she was bullied through her entire school experience, starting in fifth grade, through the end of high school. Regardless of the pressure at school and fitting in, she stayed focused on her dreams of becoming successful in entertainment: “I became very passionate about [becoming an actress and singer]. I fully immersed myself”. Her father died in 2011 when she was 15 years old.[10][11] She changed her legal name to Dove in honor of her father who called her by that nickname.[12][1]


In 2007, Cameron played the role of a young Cosette in the Bainbridge Performings Arts stage production of Les Miserables, and in 2008, she had the lead role of Mary in The Secret Garden, again with BPA.[13]

In 2012, Cameron was cast in a new Disney Channel Original Series entitled Bits and Pieces as Alanna. Shortly after filming the pilot, Bits and Pieces was retooled into Liv and Maddie and saw Cameron starring in the dual lead role of Liv and Maddie Rooney. The preview of the series debuted on July 19, 2013 (2013-07-19),[14] and the show premiered on September 15, 2013.[15] The pilot episode gained 5.8 million viewers, which was the most-watched in total viewers in 2.5 years since the series Shake It Up![16] Disney Channel renewed Liv and Maddie for a 13-episode second season slated to premiere in Fall 2014,[17] which was later expanded to 24 episodes.[18]

Cameron in an interview in July 2015

On August 27, 2013, Cameron released a cover of “On Top of the World” by Imagine Dragons as a promotional single.[19] Her cover peaked on the Billboard Kid Digital Songs chart at seventeen and spent three weeks on the chart.[20] On October 15, 2013, “Better In Stereo” was released as a single under Walt Disney Records.[21] “Better In Stereo” made its debut on the Billboard Kid Digital Songs chart at No. 21 before peaking at No. 1, becoming Cameron’s first No. 1 hit.[20] In February 2014, Cameron confirmed reports that recording had begun for her debut studio album.[22] Her next single, “Count Me In”, was released on June 3, 2014.[23] The song peaked at number one on the Billboard Kids Digital Songs chart.[20] Cameron played Liz Larson in her first non-Disney film, Barely Lethal, which was theatrically released by A24 Films in 2015.

Cameron starred in the television film Descendants which premiered on July 31, 2015.[24] The film was viewed by 6.6 million people and spawned Cameron’s two first Billboard Hot 100 songs, “Rotten to the Core” at No. 38[25] and a solo song, “If Only”, at No. 94.[26] Other songs from the film featuring Cameron such as “Set It Off” and “Evil Like Me” charted at No. 6 and 12 respectively on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[27] The soundtrack for the movie peaked atop the Billboard 200 chart becoming the first soundtrack from a Disney Channel Original Movie since High School Musical 2 to do so.[28] As part of the Descendants franchise, Cameron released a cover of Christina Aguilera‘s hit song, “Genie in a Bottle“. The music video premiered on Disney Channel on March 18, 2016. The single received 22 million views in less than a month.[29][30]

In 2015, Cameron and Ryan McCartan formed a band called The Girl and the Dreamcatcher.[31] On October 2, 2015, they released their first single, “Written in the Stars”.[32] The band released their second single, “Glowing in the Dark”, on January 29, 2016.[33]

The Girl and the Dreamcatcher released their third single, “Someone You Like”, on April 8, 2016. They released their fourth single, “Make You Stay”, on June 17, 2016.[34] The video premiered on Disney Channel in July 2016.[citation needed] On July 29, 2016, the band released their first EP, Negatives, featuring their singles “Make You Stay” and “Glowing in the Dark” and four new songs.[35] In October 2016, as a result of Cameron’s and McCartan’s breakup, the musical duo disbanded.

On December 22, 2015, Liv and Maddie was officially renewed for a fourth season, becoming the 9th live-action Disney Channel show in history to achieve this.[36] Cameron began filming the season of Liv and Maddie in early 2016.[37] It was later announced that this would be the final season of the show.[38] The series finale of Liv and Maddie later aired on March 24, 2017.[39]

Cameron played the role of Amber Von Tussle in the NBC live television presentation of Hairspray Live!, which aired on December 7, 2016.[40][41][42] Reception was generally positive, and Cameron’s performance was praised.[43]

Cameron reprised her role as Mal in Descendants 2, the sequel to Descendants, in 2017.[44][45] The film premiered on July 21, 2017. The Descendants 2 soundtrack debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200, with “It’s Goin’ Down” from the soundtrack debuting at No. 81.[46] This became Cameron’s third Hot 100 entry, following “Rotten to the Core” and “If Only”.

Cameron played the role of Sophie in the Hollywood Bowl live production of Mamma Mia!.[47] The show took place from July 28, 2017 to July 30, 2017. On August 21, 2017, Cameron was cast in the film Dumplin’, starring Jennifer Aniston.[48] Cameron played Bekah Cotter in the comedy. In November 2017, Cameron signed on to appear in a recurring role in Season 5 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.[49] This role was later revealed to be Ruby, the daughter of General Hale (Catherine Dent).[50]

In December 2017, Cameron was cast in an animated Marvel project, Marvel Rising, as the voice of Gwen Stacy / Ghost-Spider.[51][52] On August 13, 2018, Marvel Rising: Initiation, a series of 6 shorts, was released on Disney XD. The series focused on Cameron’s character as she was on the run after being framed for her best friend’s murder. Though her character did not appear in the next Marvel Rising installment, Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Cameron did perform the film’s theme song, Born Ready.[53] In 2019, Cameron will reprise the role in Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts.[54]

It was announced on October 8, 2018 that Cameron will play the role of Cher in the musical adaptation of the 1995 film Clueless.[55] On November 9, 2018 it was announced that Cameron would star alongside Renee Fleming in The Light in the Piazza in London in 2019.[56]

Upcoming debut album and focus on music[edit]

Cameron has expressed her desire to begin releasing music and has confirmed that she has been working on her debut album in 2017.[57] Cameron’s debut single, “Talks About”, is due for release in 2019.[58] On March 21, 2018, she announced that she had signed with Columbia’s Disruptor Records label, and that she would begin to release music following the wrap of Descendants 3.[59][60]

Personal life[edit]

Cameron began dating actor and singer Ryan McCartan in August 2013.[61] They announced their engagement on April 14, 2016,[62][63] but called it off in October 2016.[64] Cameron has been dating actor Thomas Doherty since October 2016.[65][66][67]


Television performances
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Shameless Holly Herkimer Episodes: “A Beautiful Mess”, “Father’s Day”
2012 The Mentalist Charlotte Anne Jane Episode: “Devil’s Cherry
2013 Malibu Country Sienna Episode: “Push Comes to Shove
2013–2017 Liv and Maddie Liv Rooney/Maddie Rooney Lead role (dual role)
2014 Cloud 9 Kayla Morgan Television film
2014 Austin & Ally Bobbie Episode: “Duos & Deception[68]
2015 Descendants Mal Television film
2015–2017 Descendants: Wicked World Mal Voice role
2016 Hairspray Live! Amber Von Tussle NBC live production
2016 Ultimate Spider-Man vs. the Sinister 6 Gwen Stacy / Spider-Gwen, Police officer Voice role; episode: “Return to the Spider-Verse” Pt. 4
2017 Project Runway Herself Judge; 1 episode
2017 Descendants 2 Mal Television film
2017 The Lodge Jess 4 episodes
2018 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ruby Hale Recurring role (season 5)
2018 Marvel Rising: Initiation Ghost-Spider Voice role; series of shorts on Disney XD[69]
2018 Angie Tribeca Grace Episode: “Glitch Perfect”
2019 Descendants 3 Mal Television film; in post-production
2019 Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts Ghost-Spider Voice role
Film performances
Year Title Role Notes
2015 Barely Lethal Liz Larson
2015 R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls Beth Direct-to-video film
2018 Dumplin’ Bekah Cotter[70] Netflix original film
2018 Under the Sea: A Descendants Story Mal Short film[71]
2019 The Angry Birds Movie 2 TBA Voice role; in post production


Year Title Role Notes
2017 Mamma Mia! Sophie Sheridan Hollywood Bowl
2018-2019 Clueless: The Musical Cher Horowitz Off-Broadway
2019 The Light in the Piazza Clara Johnson West End


Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2014 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV: Female Breakout Star Liv and Maddie Nominated [72]
2015 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Comedy Liv and Maddie Nominated [73]
2016 Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Female TV Star – Kid’s Show Liv and Maddie Nominated [74]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Comedy Liv and Maddie Nominated [75]
2017 Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Female TV Star Liv and Maddie Nominated [76]
2018 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Series Liv and Maddie Won [77]