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Antonella Barba

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Antonella Barba
Birth name Antonella Maria Barba
Born (1986-11-26) November 26, 1986 (age 31)
Origin Point Pleasant, New Jersey, United States
Genres Pop
Years active 2007–present

Antonella Maria Barba (born November 26, 1986) is an American singer who placed in the top 16 on the sixth season of American Idol. She was eliminated before the top 12 were chosen.

Biography[edit]

Barba was born in California to parents Vincenzo and Valerie, and raised in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. She went to high school at Red Bank Catholic High School in Red Bank, New Jersey. She has one younger brother and two younger sisters. Barba graduated in 2008 from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., studying architecture.[1]

Barba is currently a non-partisan spokesperson for ElectionMall‘s Voter Space.[2]

On October 14, 2018, Barba was arrested in Norfolk, Virginia and charged with heroin distribution of 100 grams or more.[3]

American Idol[edit]

Barba was first seen on television at the New York City auditions of Idol in a January 2007 episode. She auditioned with her friend Amanda Collucio; after Collucio sang her rendition of Patsy Cline‘s “Crazy” Barba took center stage and belted out a smooth performance of Deniece Williams‘ “Free.” Paula dubbed Barba “fantastic” and Simon advised her “when someone is down on the floor kick them”. Nevertheless, the judges praised her performance and liked it better than her friend Amanda’s performance; eventually both received golden ticket passes to Hollywood. Barba made it into the top 24 but her friend was cut before the top 40.

Photographs[edit]

Barba received notoriety beyond the show when a series of racy photographs of her surfaced on the Internet prior to the final twelve contestants being chosen. These included photos of her posing in a wet T-shirt in the fountain of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C..[4][5]

Fear Factor[edit]

Barba appeared on the January 9, 2012 show of Fear Factor titled “Roach Coach.” Her partner’s name was Jenna. The fact that she was on American Idol did not come up. However, it stated that Jenna and Barba own a singing telegraph business. The duo was eliminated in the first round when Jenna quit.

Film[edit]

Barba appears in Jerseyboy Hero, a documentary film about the Jersey Shore where she is originally from. She and her friend (Amanda Coluccio) comment on their American Idol experience and what they think about the industry’s ups and downs.[6][7]

American Idol performances[edit]

Week # Theme Song Choice Original Artist Order # Result
Top 24 (12 Women) N/A I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing Aerosmith 5 Safe
Top 20 (10 Women) N/A Because You Loved Me Celine Dion 5 Safe
Top 16 (8 Women) N/A Put Your Records On Corinne Bailey Rae 3 Eliminated

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US US
Pop
US Dance CAN
2010 “Jersey Girl”
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Crystal Chappell

Crystal Chappell

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Crystal Chappell
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Chappell at the 2010 Daytime Emmy Awards
Born Crystal Elizabeth Chappell
(1965-08-04) August 4, 1965 (age 53)
Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s)
Scott Fanjoy
(m. 1988; div. 1991)
Michael Sabatino
(m. 1997)
Children 2

Crystal Elizabeth Chappell /ʃəˈpɛl/ (born August 4, 1965) is an American actress who played Carly Manning on Days of Our Lives from 1990 to 1993, Maggie Carpenter on One Life to Live from 1995–97 and Olivia Spencer on Guiding Light from 1999 to 2009.

On October 2, 2009, she began reprising the role of Carly Manning. In May 2011, Chappell revealed that her contract was not renewed and her character ended its run in late summer. She has since appeared as Danielle Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful in 2012.

Acting[edit]

Soap opera and serial roles[edit]

Chappell’s first daytime appearance was as a day player on All My Children in 1989. In a July 2006 interview in industry magazine Soap Opera Digest, Chappell recalled actor Maurice Benard helping her through her first scenes. After a brief run on Santa Barbara in 1990, (she played a classmate of Eden’s who died of an ice overdose), Chappell was cast as Dr. Carly Manning Alamain (Katerina von Leuschner) on Days of Our Lives. She portrayed the role from June 1990 to October 1993. Chappell and future husband Michael Sabatino met on Days of Our Lives, where he played villain Lawrence Alamain.

Chappell was front-burner for most of her time on the show, first when her character Carly was featured in a romance with lead character Bo Brady (Peter Reckell, Robert Kelker-Kelly), and then in a complex, Byzantine storyline that featured her heretofore unknown secret identity as a European blueblood. The story culminated in a controversial plot that had Carly buried alive by Lawrence’s aunt Vivian (Louise Sorel). Chappell left after difficult contract negotiations and differences with head writer James E. Reilly.

Chappell’s next role was as Maggie Carpenter on One Life to Live from October 1995 through September 1997. The character of Maggie was created for Chappell, and she was again paired with a romantic lead on the show, Max Holden (James DePaiva). Her main storyline revolved around the tension between her burgeoning romantic relationship and her plans to profess vows as a nun. The character was eventually written out.

From July 2, 1999 to September 18, 2009, she played complex villainess/anti-heroine Olivia Spencer on Guiding Light. The role of Olivia was initially only intended to be a short-term role, but Chappell’s portrayal was so popular she was signed to a contract. She won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama for her work as Olivia in 2002 and was nominated again in the same category in 2005 and 2006. In 2007, she earned her first nomination in the Outstanding Lead Actress category.

In 2009, her character Olivia and Jessica Leccia‘s character Natalia Rivera were involved in the hugely popular same sex pairing, “Otalia“, which saw two presumably heterosexual women move from sworn enemies to a close friendship, to eventually, after a long period of dramatic angst, admitting their feelings towards each other and becoming a couple. The coupling of Otalia was embraced by fans and critics alike, and named a ‘super-couple’ by Nelson Branco, of TV Guide Canada and writes “In an age of contrived and soulless couples, Olivia and Natalia’s burgeoning romance felt natural, innocent, and most importantly, real.” The final episodes of Guiding Light saw Natalia and Olivia move in and start a family together.

Chappell returned to her role on Days of Our Lives in September 2009 and begin airing in October.[1]

In May 2011, her contract was not renewed and her character ended its run in late summer. Chappell joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful in 2012 as Danielle Spencer, who was featured in the show’s first gay storyline.[2][3]

In 2009, Chappell co-created the soap opera web series Venice: The Series. Chappell executive produces and stars in the series, which centers around the life of Gina (Chappell), a gay interior designer living in Venice Beach, California. Her Guiding Light former co-star Lecchia plays Gina’s ex-girlfriend, Ani. In 2011, Chappell won the first Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime as a producer,[4] and won again in 2014 for Outstanding New Approaches – Drama Series.[5] Chappell also produced and starred opposite Lecchia in a pilot for a new soap web series called The Grove in 2013.[6]

In 2014, Chappell executive produced the soap opera web series Beacon Hill,[7][8] and co-starred as Claire Preston.[9][10]

She was nominated for a 2015 Daytime Emmy for Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series as a producer,[7][8] and was nominated for a 2015 Indie Series Award for Best Supporting Actress (Drama) for her role.[11]

Contract controversy[edit]

In 2005, Chappell was ambivalent about re-signing to Guiding Light, as her storyline had ebbed considerably. Shortly after re-signing her contract, she was offered the front-burner role of Paige on One Life to Live. Since Guiding Light had recently cut a number of its actors from the cast roster, Chappell met with the producers to see if she could be released from her contract with Guiding Light.

The show ultimately refused. In a July 2006 interview with Soap Opera Digest, Chappell indicated that, while there were no hard feelings, she wasn’t sure why the show was so eager to keep Olivia as a character, since the character had not been used much, particularly since the pairing of Olivia and Phillip ended. She has also made appearances in the prime time shows Poltergeist: The Legacy, Silk Stalkings, Pensacola: Wings of Gold, and Burke’s Law.[12]

Personal life[edit]

Chappell was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, and later moved to the Annapolis, Maryland area and attended Arundel High School. She subsequently attended the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She was married to Scott Fanjoy from 1988 to 1991. She has been married to actor Michael Sabatino since January 6, 1997. They have two children.[13]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1992 One Stormy Night Dr. Carly Manning Television film
1993 Night Sins Dr. Carly Manning Television film
1994 Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter Samantha
1994 Lady in Waiting Elizabeth Henley
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1990 Santa Barbara Jane Kingsley 5 episodes
1990–1993, 2009–2011 Days of Our Lives Dr. Carly Manning 380 episodes
Soap Opera Digest Award for Hottest Female Star
Nominated — Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
1994 Diagnosis: Murder Eve Laurie 2 episodes
1994–1997 Silk Stalkings Deborah Buchard/Dr. Bertha Roberts 2 episodes
1995–1997 One Life to Live Maggie Carpenter 300 episodes
1995 Walker, Texas Ranger Stacy Episode: “Trust No One”
1995 Burke’s Law Marilyn Divine Episode: “Who Killed the Movie Mogul?”
1998 Pensacola: Wings of Gold Lieutenant Commander Keaton Episode: “Trials and Tribulations”
1998 Poltergeist: The Legacy Jessica Lansing Episode: “Dream Lover”
1999–2009 Guiding Light Olivia Spencer 999 episodes
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated — Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated — Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (2007–2008)
2009–present Venice: The Series Gina Main role
2012–2013 The Bold and the Beautiful Danielle Spencer Recurring role

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
1993 9th Soap Opera Digest Awards Hottest Female Star Days of Our Lives Won
2002 29th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Guiding Light Won
2002 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Supporting Actress in a Daytime Serial Nominated
2003 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Supporting Actress in a Daytime Serial Nominated
2006 33rd Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2007 34th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2008 35th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
2008 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Actress in a Daytime Serial Nominated
2009 Gold Derby Award Best Lead Actress – Daytime Drama Nominated
2009 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Supporting Actress in a Daytime Serial Nominated
2010 Los Angeles Web Series Festival Best Drama Series Venice: The Series Won
2010 Los Angeles Web Series Festival Best Actress, Comedy or Drama Series Won
2010 2nd Streamy Awards Best Female Actor in a Dramatic Web Series Nominated
2011 38th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Special Class – Short Format Daytime Won
2011 2nd Indie Soap Awards Best Lead Actress Nominated
2012 39th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Days of Our Lives Nominated
2012 3rd Indie Soap Awards Best Lead Actress (Drama) Venice: The Series Nominated
2014 41st Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding New Approaches – Drama Series Won
2015 42nd Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding New Approaches Drama Series Beacon Hill Nominated
2015 6th Indie Series Awards Best Supporting Actress (Drama) Nominated

Jessica Leccia

Jessica Leccia

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Jessica Leccia
Born (1976-01-08) January 8, 1976 (age 42)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Years active 2001-present
Known for Natalia Rivera Aitoro on Guiding Light
Awards 2008 ALMA Award Outstanding Performance in a Daytime Drama Series Guiding Light

Jessica Leccia /ləˈə/, lə-CHEE-ə; (born January 8, 1976) is an American actress. She is known for her portrayals of Natalia Rivera on Guiding Light from 2007 to 2009 and of Inez Salinger on One Life to Live from 2010 to 2011.

Early life and education[edit]

Leccia was born in New York City, New York. She received a B.A. from Bloomsburg University.[1] Graduated from East Stroudsburg High School – South (East Stroudsburg, PA), Class of 1994, as Jessica Rodriguez. She was 1 of 5 candidates for 1993 Homecoming Queen. Her extracurricular activities included the Welcoming Club 12, Float Committee 10-12, Drama Club 9, and Soccer Manager, 12. She was raised by a young, Hispanic (Puerto Rican), single mother.

Career[edit]

Leccia is best known for her portrayal of Natalia Rivera Aitoro on the American daytime drama Guiding Light. Prior to joining Guiding Light, Leccia had a recurring role on the television show Rescue Me starring Denis Leary. Leccia also guest-starred on the American daytime drama As the World Turns.[1]

Leccia joined the cast of Guiding Light on April 25, 2007 as Natalia Rivera, Gus Aitoro‘s (Ricky Paull Goldin) long lost high school sweetheart.[2] Leccia’s character Natalia was paired with Crystal Chappell‘s character Olivia Spencer as the popular same-sex supercouple known by the portmanteau Otalia during the last several months of Guiding Light, which ended its 72-year run on 18 September 2009.[3][4]

Leccia is working with ex Guiding Light castmate Chappell again on Chappell’s new webseries, Venice: The Series, in which she plays Ani, a photographer and ex-girlfriend of Crystal Chappell’s character, Gina. Along with Chappell and Leccia, other ex Guiding Light stars Jordan Clarke, Tina Sloan and Gina Tognoni joined the cast of Venice. Venice aired its first episode on December 4, 2009.

Leccia has also made appearances in the prime time shows Law & Order: Trial by Jury and Love Monkey.[1]

From June 2010 to May 2011, Leccia portrayed Inez Salinger on One Life to Live and also stars as Ivy on The Grove: The Series with and created by Crystal Chappell.

Personal life[edit]

She has been married to Brian Malloy since May 3, 2008. The couple welcomed their daughter Ivy Lola Malloy, on June 10, 2009.[5]

Leccia has said that she enjoys watching the television series Lost and that her favorite singer is Stevie Wonder.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Snipes Receptionist
2005 Preaching to the Choir Groupie
2006 Slippery Slope Stacy
2006 The Wedding Album Jasmine TV Movie
2013 Tio Papi Daniella
2017 ”A million happy nows” Eva Morales
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury Hope Newhall Episode: “Pattern of Conduct”
2005 Rescue Me Mary Magdelene 4 episodes
2006 Love Monkey Detective Aida Perez Episode: “Opportunity Knocks”
2006 As the World Turns Innocencia 1 episode
2007 Queens Supreme Erin Glover Episode: “Case by Case”
2007-2009 Guiding Light Natalia Rivera 247 episodes
2009–Present Venice: The Series Ani Martin
2010 Mercy Camilla Episode: “We All Saw This Coming”
Episode: “Too Much Attitude and Not Enough Underwear”
2010-2011 One Life to Live Inez Salinger 59 episodes
2012 NYC 22 Sarah Episode: “Schooled”
2012 30 Rock Maria Episode: “There’s No I in America”
2012 The Grove Ivy
2013 The Carrie Diaries Woman in Bar Episode: “Read Before Use”

Awards[edit]

Nominated[edit]

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Leslie Grace

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Leslie Grace
Birth name Leslie Grace Martínez
Born (1995-01-07) January 7, 1995 (age 23)
The Bronx, New York, U.S.
Origin Davie, Florida
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2009–present
Labels
Associated acts Sergio George
Website lesliegrace.net

Leslie Grace Martínez (born January 7, 1995), known professionally as Leslie Grace, is an American singer and songwriter.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Leslie Grace was born to Dominican parents on January 7, 1995 in The Bronx, a borough of New York City. Her mother runs a hair salon in South Florida. She was raised in Davie, Florida and attended Indian Ridge Middle School and Western High School, where she participated in musicals, talent shows, and choral performances.[2] Singing and dancing from a young age, Grace entertained them along with her five older siblings since she was two. She speaks English and Spanish.[citation needed]

She recorded and released an independent Christian music album in partnership with CD Baby while in middle school. Her mainstream debut came with “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow“, a bilingual cover of the 1961 Shirelles hit. Her bachata-tinged rendition peaked at number one on both the Billboard Tropical Songs chart and Billboard Latin Airplay charts, making her the youngest female artist to do so.[3] Her self-titled second studio album, Leslie Grace (2013), reached number four on the Billboard Latin Albums chart, and number three on the Billboard Tropical Albums chart.[4]

As of June 2015, Grace is the face of Colgate toothpaste and has signed a distribution deal with Sony Music Latin and a worldwide contract with Sony/ATV.[citation needed]

On April 12, 2018, her collaboration with Super Junior “Lo Siento” was released on S.M. Entertainment‘s YouTube channel. It has been well received by the public.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Studio[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • Lloviendo Estrellas (2015)

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
Latin

[6]
US
Latin
Airplay

[7]
US
Latin
Pop

[8]
US
Trop.

[9]
ARG
[10]
CHI
[11]
ECU
[12]
ES
[13]
SPA
[14]
VEN
[15]
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow 2012 3 1 3 1 Leslie Grace and Lloviendo Estrellas
“Day 1” 21 23 12 1
Be My Baby 2013 8 2 6 6
“Odio No Odiarte” 2014 9
“Nadie Como Tú” 11 Lloviendo Estrellas
“Cómo Duele el Silencio” 2015 29 1
“Aire”
(featuring Maluma)
2016 25 10 Non-album singles
“Nada de Amor”
“Díganle”
(with Becky G or CNCO)
2017 36 37 34 69 39 TBA
“Dulce”
(with Wisin)
“Duro y Suave”
(with Noriel)
2018 49 36 28 32 2 8 12 7
“—” denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
Latin

[6]
US
Latin
Airplay

[7]
US
Latin
Pop

[8]
ARG
[10]
COL
[18]
SPA
[14]
Si Una Vez (If I Once)
(Play-N-Skillz featuring Frankie J, Wisin and Leslie Grace)
2016 22 34 15 Non-album single
Mi Mala (Remix)
(Mau y Ricky and Karol G featuring Lali, Becky G and Leslie Grace)
2018 38 33 21 10 68 57 TBA
Lo Siento
(Super Junior featuring Leslie Grace and Play-N-Skillz)
play
“—” denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Lo Nuestro Awards[edit]

 
Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 Leslie Grace Tropical Female Artist Nominated
2014 Leslie Grace Tropical Album Nominated
2014 Leslie Grace Tropical Female Artist Nominated
2015 Leslie Grace Tropical Female Artist Nominated
2016 Leslie Grace Tropical Female Artist Won

Billboard Latin Music Awards[edit]

 
Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 Leslie Grace Songs Artist of the Year Nominated
2014 Leslie Grace Artist of the Year Debut Nominated
2014 Leslie Grace Female Artist of the Year Nominated

Latin Grammys[edit]

 
Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 Leslie Grace Best Contemporary Tropical Album Nominated
2015 Lloviendo Estrellas Best Contemporary Tropical Album Nominated
2015 “Como Duele el Silencio” Best Tropical Song Nominated

Nickelodeon Mexico Kids’ Choice Awards[edit]

Bout Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
9th 2018 Lo Siento” – Super Junior feat. (Leslie Grace & Play-N-Skillz) Best Collaboration Won [2

LAURA DONNELLY

Laura Donnelly was born in 1982 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She is an actress, known for Outlander (2014), The Fall (2013) and The Program (2015).
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Actress (24 credits)
 2018 Britannia (TV Series)
Hella

Episode #1.9 (2018) … Hella
Episode #1.8 (2018) … Hella
 2014-2017 Outlander (TV Series)
Jenny Fraser

First Wife (2017) … Jenny Fraser
Surrender (2017) … Jenny Fraser
The Battle Joined (2017) … Jenny Fraser
The Fox’s Lair (2016) … Jenny Fraser
The Search (2015) … Jenny Fraser
 2016 Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands (TV Mini-Series)
Elvina

Episode #1.12 (2016) … Elvina
Episode #1.11 (2016) … Elvina
Episode #1.10 (2016) … Elvina
Episode #1.9 (2016) … Elvina
Episode #1.8 (2016) … Elvina
 2015/II The Program
Emma O’Reilly
 2014 Heart of Lightness
Ellida
 2013 The Houdini Girl (Short)
 2013 The Fall (TV Series)
Sarah Kay

My Adventurous Song (2013) … Sarah Kay
Darkness Visible (2013) … Sarah Kay
Dark Descent (2013) … Sarah Kay
 2012 Missing (TV Series)
Violet Heath

Rain on the Evil and on the Good (2012) … Violet Heath
Promise (2012) … Violet Heath
Answers (2012) … Violet Heath
Measure of a Man (2012) … Violet Heath
A Busy Solitude (2012) … Violet Heath
 2009-2010 Merlin (TV Series)
Freya

The Coming of Arthur: Part Two (2010) … Freya
The Lady of the Lake (2009) … Freya
 2010 Comedy Lab (TV Series)
Various

iCandy (2010) … Various
 2009 Right Hand Drive
Ashley
 2009 Dread
Abby
 2009 Occupation (TV Mini-Series)
Katy Hibbs

Episode #1.2 (2009) … Katy Hibbs
Episode #1.1 (2009) … Katy Hibbs
 2009 Best: His Mother’s Son (TV Movie)
Barbara Best
 2008 Insatiable
Rachel
 2007 Be More Ethnic (TV Movie)
Leanne O’Dwyer
 2007 Rough Diamond (TV Series)
Aoife

Episode #1.3 (2007) … Aoife
 2006 The Bill (TV Series)
Jody MacMillan

433: Chasing Shadows (2006) … Jody MacMillan
 2005 Hex (TV Series)
Maya Robertson

Hole (2005) … Maya Robertson
You Lose (2005) … Maya Robertson
Doomed (2005) … Maya Robertson
Where the Heart Is (2005) … Maya Robertson
 2005 Casualty (TV Series)
Fleur Butler

All’s Fair in Love and War (2005) … Fleur Butler
Sticks and Stones (2005) … Fleur Butler
Paper Moon (2005) … Fleur Butler
That’s Amore (2005) … Fleur Butler
Deep Water (2005) … Fleur Butler
 2005 Sugar Rush (TV Series)
Beth

Episode #1.9 (2005) … Beth
Episode #1.8 (2005) … Beth

Stage
Performances

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2018
Caitlin Carney
[West End]
Original West End Production, 2017
Caitlin Carney
[West End]
World Premiere at Royal Court Theatre, 2017
Caitlin Carney
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2014
Performer

JODI MICELLE PYNN

Jodi Michelle Pynn was born as Jodi Michelle Ryan. She is known for her work on I Am Legend (2007), Summer of Sam (1999) and Sherlock Holmes (2009).
Actress (5 credits)
 2015 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Irate Driver #1

With Friends Like These (2015) … Irate Driver #1 (as Jodi Pynn)
 2007 The Nanny Diaries
Screeching Lady
 2001 Pootie Tang
Dirty Dee Girl
 1999 Summer of Sam
Young Woman Shot by Son of Sam

Stunts (94 credits)
  Shelter (TV Movie) (stunt performer) (pre-production)
 2018 Father of the Year (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2018 Crashing (TV Series) (stunts – 1 episode)

Too Good (2018) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2017 The Book of Henry (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2016 Collateral Beauty (stunts)
 2016 Doctor Strange (stunts – uncredited)
 2016 Central Intelligence (stunts)
 2015 The Big Short (stunts)
 2015 The Blacklist (TV Series) (stunts – 1 episode)

The Troll Farmer (No. 38) (2015) … (stunts)
 2015/I The Visit (stunts)
 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (stunts)
 2013-2014 Banshee (TV Series) (stunts – 17 episodes)

Bullets and Tears (2014) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Homecoming (2014) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Evil for Evil (2014) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Ways to Bury a Man (2014) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Armies of One (2014) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2014 Noah (stunts)
 2013/I Paranoia (stunts)
 2013/I Now You See Me (stunt driver – uncredited)
 2013 The English Teacher (stunt double: LInda – as Jodi Pynn)
 2012/I Disconnect (stunt performer – as Jodi Pynn Gabree)
 2012 Premium Rush (stunts)
 2012 21 Jump Street (stunts)
 2012 Man on a Ledge (stunt double)
 2011 New Year’s Eve (stunts – as Jody Pynn Gabree)
 2011 Tower Heist (stunt player)
 2011 Mildred Pierce (TV Mini-Series) (stunts – 1 episode)

Part Five (2011) … (stunts)
 2011/I Limitless (stunts – uncredited)
 2010 Morning Glory (stunt double – as Jodi Pynn)
 2010 My Soul to Take (stunts)
 2010 6 Souls (stunt double: Cara)
 2010 Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (stunts – as Jodi Pynn Gabree)
 2009 Sherlock Holmes (stunt performer – as Jodi Pynn Gabree)
 2009/I Old Dogs (utility stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2009 Surrogates (stunts)
 2009 Sorority Row (stunt performer)
 2009/I Cold Storage (stunt double)
 2008 Meet Dave (stunts: New York – as Jodi Pynn Cabree)
 2008 The Happening (stunts – as Jodi Pynn Gabree)
 2008 Sunshine Cleaning (stunt double: Norah)
 2008 27 Dresses (stunt player – as Jodi Pynn Gabree)
 2007 I Am Legend (stunt performer)
 2007 American Gangster (stunt performer – as Jodi Pynn)
 2007 Turn the River (stunt driver – as Jodi Pynn)
 2007 Margot at the Wedding (stunt double: Nicole Kidman)
 2007/I The Invasion (stunt performer)
 2007 No Reservations (stunts)
 1999-2007 The Sopranos (TV Series) (stunts – 7 episodes)

Kennedy and Heidi (2007) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Kaisha (2006) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Irregular Around the Margins (2004) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Mergers and Acquisitions (2002) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
Big Girls Don’t Cry (2000) … (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2007 Watching the Detectives (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2007 First Born (stunt double: Laura)
 2006 Factory Girl (stunts)
 2006 The Departed (stunts)
 2006 The Devil Wears Prada (stunts)
 2006 Inside Man (stunts)
 2006 Freedomland (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2006 Pucked (stunt performer – as Jodi Pynn)
 2005 Get Rich or Die Tryin’ (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2005 The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (stunt double: Evelyn – as Jody Michelle Pynn)
 2005/I Stay (stunts)
 2005/I Hitch (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2004 Alfie (stunts)
 2004 The Forgotten (stunts)
 2004 The Notebook (stunt double: Allie – as Jodi Pynn)
 2004 Satan’s Little Helper (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2003 In the Cut (stunt double: Frannie)
 2000-2003 Sex and the City (TV Series) (stunt double – 4 episodes)

Lights, Camera, Relationship (2003) … (stunt double: Carrie – as Jody Pynn)
Cock-a-Doodle-Do (2000) … (stunt double: Carrie – as Jodi Pynn)
What Goes Around Comes Around (2000) … (stunt double: Carrie – as Jodi Pynn)
Drama Queens (2000) … (stunt double: Charlotte – as Jodi Pynn)
 2002 Catch Me If You Can (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2002 Analyze That (stunts)
 2002 The Secret Lives of Dentists (stunt double)
 2002 City by the Sea (stunts)
 2002 I’m with Lucy (stunt double: Lucy)
 2002 Igby Goes Down (stunt double: Igby – as Jodi Pynn)
 2002 New Best Friend (stunts)
 2001 Kate & Leopold (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2001 Serendipity (stunt double: Sara – as Jodi Pynn)
 2001 Double Whammy (stunts)
 2000 Autumn in New York (stunt coordinator)
 2000 Cherry Falls (stunts)
 2000 The In Crowd (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 2000 Shaft (stunts)
 2000 28 Days (stunts)
 1999 Flawless (stunt player)
 1999 Oxygen (stunts)
 1999 The Bone Collector (stunts)
 1999 Dogma (stunts)
 1999 Aa Ab Laut Chalen (stunt actor: non-descript street stunt – as Jodi Pynn)
 1999 In Dreams (stunts)
 1998 The Siege (stunts)
 1998 The Giraffe (stunts – as Jodi Pynn)
 1998 Oz (TV Series) (stunts – 1 episode)

Losing Your Appeal (1998) … (stunts)
 1997 For Richer or Poorer (stunts)
 1997 The Jackal (stunts)
 1997 The Peacemaker (stunts: New York)
 1997 Conspiracy Theory (stunts)
 1997 Addicted to Love (stunts)

ALLISON SAROFIM

Allison Sarofim is an actress, producer and the founder of Sixty-Six Productions, a New York-based independent film production company with a diverse slate of projects from a host of next generation filmmakers. As an actress, Sarofim has appeared in “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe” and “The Nanny Diaries. Sarofim …
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Actress (4 credits)
 2016/I Nina
Head Nurse
 2008 Lake City
Beth
 2007 The Nanny Diaries
Eating Disorder Mom
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (3 credits)
 2016/I Nina (executive producer)
 2009 Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak (TV Short documentary) (producer)
 2008 Lake City (producer)