TRACY TRUEMAN

Tracy Trueman is known for her work on Saving Silverman (2001), Fringe (2008) and Man About Town (2006).
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Actress (23 credits)
 2017 The Flash (TV Series)
Dr. Foster

When Harry Met Harry… (2017) … Dr. Foster
 2016 Chesapeake Shores (TV Series)
Maggie Ferguson

We’re Gaining a Daughter (2016) … Maggie Ferguson
 2014 What an Idiot
Tracey
 2013 Signed Sealed Delivered (TV Movie)
Mother
 2013 Secret Liaison (TV Movie)
Caylee Leduc
 2013 Motive (TV Series)
Susan Greenwood

Crimes of Passion (2013) … Susan Greenwood
 2011 True Justice (TV Series)
Rizzo’s Wife

Lethal Justice: Part 2 (2011) … Rizzo’s Wife
 2010 Fringe (TV Series)
Mom

The Box (2010) … Mom
 2008 Flirting with Forty (TV Movie)
Sabrina
 2008 Stargate: Continuum (Video)
Neighbor
 2008 Storm Cell (TV Movie)
Molly
 2007 Silk 2006 (Short)
Mother
 2007 To Be Fat Like Me (TV Movie)
Manager
 2006 Sketch with Kevin McDonald (TV Movie)
Various Characters (as Face Full of Theatre)
 2006 Psych (TV Series)
Amy

Who Ya Gonna Call? (2006) … Amy
 2006 A Trick of the Mind (TV Movie)
Lili
 2006 Godiva’s (TV Series)
Woman

Exit Strategies (2006) … Woman
 2006 Presumed Dead (TV Movie)
Heather Mason
 2006 Man About Town
Agency Assistant
 2005 Killer Instinct (TV Series)
Rachel

Game Over (2005) … Rachel
 2005 The Long Weekend
Attractive Single Mother #2
 2002 Life or Something Like It
Pete’s Ex-Wife
 2001 Saving Silverman
Hooker
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DAYA VAIDYA

Daya was raised in Oakland, California by her East Indian father and Latin/Italian mother. Because of her diverse background and skill with accents, comedy and language, Daya can play a range of characters. Whether it be a tough nuyorican detective from Queens, a funny and fiery Colombian telenovela star, a gritty Oakland homegirl, or an elite …  
Actress (31 credits)
  South Beacon Hill (pre-production)
Officer Crystal M. Davis
 2018 Beyond the Badge (TV Series) (post-production)
Kalani Allen

Pilot … Kalani Allen
 2018 Fatal Crossing
Detective Reyes
 2016-2018 Bosch (TV Series)
Jen Kowski

Missed Connections (2018) … Jen Kowski
Past Lives (2018) … Jen Kowski
Book of the Unclaimed Dead (2018) … Jen Kowski
Ask the Dust (2018) … Jen Kowski
The Smog Cutter (2017) … Jen Kowski
 2017 Major Crimes (TV Series)
Det. Linda Chavez

Conspiracy Theory: Part 3 (2017) … Det. Linda Chavez
 2017 General Hospital (TV Series)
Martina Morales

Episode #1.13815 (2017) … Martina Morales
Episode #1.13814 (2017) … Martina Morales
Episode #1.13813 (2017) … Martina Morales
Episode #1.13811 (2017) … Martina Morales
Episode #1.13807 (2017) … Martina Morales
 2015 Castle (TV Series)
Sophia Del Cordova

Private Eye Caramba! (2015) … Sophia Del Cordova
 2013 Twisted (TV Series)
Sandy Palmer

Sleeping with the Frenemy (2013) … Sandy Palmer
PSA de Résistance (2013) … Sandy Palmer
Grief Is a Five-Letter Word (2013) … Sandy Palmer
 2011-2012 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Nina Inara

A Man in the Woods (2012) … Nina Inara
Endgame (2012) … Nina Inara
You Are Here (2012) … Nina Inara
Allegiances (2012) … Nina Inara
The Comeback (2012) … Nina Inara
 2009/II Blue
Carmen
 2008 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)
Lucy

Best H.O. Money Can Buy (2008) … Lucy
 2007 Dexter (TV Series)
FBI Guy 2

That Night, a Forest Grew (2007) … FBI Guy 2
 2007 Lincoln Heights (TV Series)
A.D.A. Margolies

The Old Man and the G (2007) … A.D.A. Margolies
 2007/I The Hit
Day
 2007 April Fools (Video)
Eva Hernandez
 2007 Wifey (TV Movie)
Eva Jones
 2007 Motives 2 (Video)
Saundra
 2005-2006 All of Us (TV Series)
Andrea

He’s Gotta Have It (2006) … Andrea
Kiss, Kiss, Pass (2005) … Andrea
 2005 Clean Up Men
Yvette
 2005 Almost Too Late
Lisa
 2005 Cuts (TV Series)
Wendy

A Superstar Is Born (2005) … Wendy
 2005 NCIS (TV Series)
Keisha ‘Summer Diamond’ Scott

Pop Life (2005) … Keisha ‘Summer Diamond’ Scott
 2004 Out on Parole (Video)
Glenda
 2004 My Baby’s Daddy
Background Dancer
 2003 Naked Brown Men
Gina
 2002 Robbery Homicide Division (TV Series)
M’lissa

In/Famous (2002) … M’lissa
 2002 Haunted (TV Series)
Nichelle

Grievous Angels (2002) … Nichelle
 2000 Leprechaun in the Hood (Video)
Waitress #1
 1999 Hyperion Bay (TV Series)
Emily

The Weight of the World (1999) … Emily
A Matter of Trust (1999) … Emily
With Friends Like These… (1999) … Emily
Valentine’s Bay (1999) … Emily
Strange Days (1999) … Emily
 1998 One World (TV Series)
Dr. Johnson

Community Service (1998) … Dr. Johnson
Marci’s Job (1998) … Dr. Johnson

ROXANNA HOPE RADJA

Roxanna Hope Radja is an actress, known for No Reservations (2007), All My Children (1970) and Puncture (2011). See full bio »
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Actress (15 credits)
 2011-2018 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Dr. Alexis Sidnana / Janey Thomas

Flight Risk (2018) … Dr. Alexis Sidnana
Double Strands (2011) … Janey Thomas (as Roxanna Hope)
 2015 Bad Dates (TV Mini-Series)
The Wife (as Roxanna Hope)
 2013 Elementary (TV Series)
Callie Burrell

Déjà Vu All Over Again (2013) … Callie Burrell (as Roxanna Hope)
 2012 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Jenna Milo

Whistle Blower (2012) … Jenna Milo (as Roxanna Hope)
 2011 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Wendy Wilson

Pilot (2011) … Wendy Wilson (as Roxanna Hope)
 2011 Puncture
Sylvia (as Roxanna Hope)
 2011 The Good Wife (TV Series)
Babette Penn

Killer Song (2011) … Babette Penn (as Roxanna Hope)
 2009-2010 All My Children (TV Series)
Dr. Ali Kahn / Dr. Kahn

Episode #1.10329 (2010) … Dr. Ali Kahn (as Roxanna Hope)
Episode #1.10328 (2010) … Dr. Ali Kahn (as Roxanna Hope)
Episode #1.10327 (2010) … Dr. Ali Kahn (as Roxanna Hope)
Episode #1.10326 (2010) … Dr. Ali Kahn (as Roxanna Hope)
Episode #1.10321 (2010) … Dr. Kahn (uncredited)
 2004-2008 Law & Order (TV Series)
Rachel Munroe / Angela Gusmarino

Bottomless (2008) … Rachel Munroe (as Roxanna Hope)
Cut (2004) … Angela Gusmarino (as Roxanna Hope)
 2007 No Reservations
Sous Chef Applicant (as Roxanna Hope)
 2006 Upside Out
Francesca (as Roxanna Hope)
 2006 Why Not… (Short) (as Roxanna Hope)
 2005 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Anya Czabo

My Good Name (2005) … Anya Czabo (as Roxanna Hope)
 2004 The Jury (TV Series)
Lisa Hartwig

Memories (2004) … Lisa Hartwig (as Roxanna Hope)
 2002 Stage on Screen: The Women (TV Movie)
Princess Tamara / Second Hairdresser / Helene / … (as Roxanna Hope)

Stage
Performances

[Off-Broadway]
World Premiere Manhattan Theatre Club Production, 2016
Performer
[Off-Broadway]
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Production, 2014
Performer
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2008
Gretchen (Understudy)
Gloria (Understudy)
Gabriella (Understudy)
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2007
Caroline Cushing [Replacement]
Ensemble
Evonne Goolagong (Understudy)
Caroline Cushing (Understudy)
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2004
Secretary
Maggie (Understudy)
[Broadway]
Roundabout Revival, 2001
Helene
Princess Tamara
Second Hairdresser
Debutante
Crystal Allen (Understudy)
[Off-Broadway]
2001
Nastasya

CAROLE RADZIWILL

Carole started her journalism career, as an unpaid intern on the ABC News magazine show, 20/20 (1978), in 1986. She rose in the ranks at ABC, first as a production secretary on ABC Close-Up! (1960) and, then, as a producer working with Peter Jennings. Working alongside the legendarily dashing Jennings, she dealt with almost every kind of …
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Self (10 credits)
 2012-2018 The Real Housewives of New York City (TV Series)
Herself / Herself (2018)

Reunion Part 1 (2018) … Herself
Life is a Cabaret (2018) … Herself (2018)
There’s No Place Like Home (2018) … Herself
Ship Happens (2018) … Herself
Guess Who’s Arguing at Dinner? (2018) … Herself
 2012-2018 Watch What Happens: Live (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Guest

Carole Radziwill/Tinsley Mortimer (2017) … Herself
Pharrell Williams & Carole Radziwill (2012) … Herself – Guest
Michelle Trachtenberg & Carole Radziwill (2012) … Herself – Guest
 2018 Page Six TV (TV Series)
Herself – Plus One Guest

Episode #1.143 (2018) … Herself – Plus One Guest
 2018 Bethenny & Fredrik (TV Series)
Herself

The Proof is in the Porcelain (2018) … Herself
 2017 The President Show (TV Series)
Herself

Carole Radziwill (2017) … Herself
 2017 Then and Now with Andy Cohen (TV Mini-Series documentary)
Herself

Being Rich (2017) … Herself
1981 (2017) … Herself
Scandals (2017) … Herself
1990 (2017) … Herself
2003 (2017) … Herself
 2016 Hollywood Medium (TV Series)
Herself

 2015 Today (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 6 April 2015 (2015) … Herself – Guest
 2014 Good Day L.A. (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 5 March 2014 (2014) … Herself
 2014 The View (TV Series)
Herself

Lia Marie Johnson

Lia Marie Johnson

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Lia Marie Johnson

Johnson at the 2014 VidCon at the Anaheim Convention Center
Born (1996-11-23) November 23, 1996 (age 21)
Wahiawa, Hawaii, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Singer, songwriter, actress, YouTube personality
Years active 2007–present
Known for MyMusic, YouTubers React, Teens React, Kids React, Expelled,
Terry the Tomboy, The Thinning
Website www.liamariejohnson.com

Lia Marie Johnson (born November 23, 1996) is an American singer, songwriter, actress and Internet personality notable for appearing in various web series, including the Emmy-winning web series Kids React created by the Fine Brothers, and for her own vlogging and social media output. She is known for her starring role in the Nickelodeon movie Terry the Tomboy and for recurring roles in AwesomenessTV‘s Side Effects TV Series and My Music.[1] In 2012 her personal YouTube channel, “Lia Marie Johnson”, was reported to have received 16 million views.[2] As of 2017, Lia’s YouTube channel is reported to have surpassed 117 million views and currently maintains over 1.7 million subscribers, while her Instagram account was followed by 1.5 million followers. In a 2014 Adweek profile she was referred to as one of “10 of the biggest young stars on YouTube”.[3] In 2015 she was named one of the Top 100 YouTubers in the world.[4][5]

Early and personal life[edit]

Johnson was born in Wahiawa, Hawaii, the daughter of a military family. Her family eventually settled in California.[2] In 2012, in a combined episode of Teens React and Elders React about the 2012 United States presidential election, Johnson stated that she is a Democrat.[6]

Career[edit]

Johnson’s YouTube account was created on December 17, 2007, with early videos uploaded by her mother which featured her performances at talent shows,[7] and church recitals.[3] After two years, Johnson began to control the output of the channel, creating content that has come to include personal commentary, sketch comedy, and musical performances.[7] In 2010, Johnson began to work with the Fine Brothers as a recurring guest on their Kids React series.[2] This exposure increased the traffic to her own channel and became an early source of her online fame. In the aftermath of the initial series episodes, she was surprised by the phenomenon of strangers knowing her and approaching her as fans, and remarked “I think Kids React was my very first viral video, ‘cus everyone knew my name after that.”[7]

In 2011, Johnson was added to the recurring cast of the spin-off series Teens React, and in 2014 was moved again to the newly established YouTubers React, which featured herself and various well known YouTube personalities. In 2014, Johnson appeared at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards,[8] and starred in Terry the Tomboy: The Movie, a spin-off film based on the eponymous character she portrays on the Nickelodeon sketch comedy series, AwesomenessTV.[9] In 2015 she covered the single “Latch” by Disclosure, singing with Alejandro Luis Manzano of Boyce Avenue, and released it on YouTube. The song was originally performed by singer Sam Smith. Johnson has also been featured on the covers of Adweek and BYou Magazine.[3][9] On January 9, 2015, Johnson released her first single, “Moment Like You”, along with a music video which can be found on her YouTube channel.[10]

Johnson’s YouTube career slowed during 2016, during which time she did not post a video for over seven months. She finally uploaded a video on September 28 explaining to her fans that she had signed to Capitol Records, and was continuing to work on the music album she had been recording for the previous two years.[11] In October 2016, she released her first single through Capitol Records titled “DNA”[5] which surpassed 8 million Spotify streams.[12] On February 17, 2017 Johnson released her second single “Cold Heart Killer”. The music video for the song was released on March 10, 2017.

A year later, Johnson debuted her third single “Champagne” on May 17, 2018.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2015 Woodie Awards[13] Social Climber Woodie Herself Nominated

Filmography[edit]

List of acting performances in film and television
Year Title Role Notes
2008 No Man’s Land
2008 When Weather Changed History Granddaughter 1 episode
2009 Shattered Allegiance Danielle Rourke (age 10) Short
2009 I Do and I Don’t Kim (age 10) Short
2009 Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Cheerleader One episode (credited as Lia Johnson)
2009 The Unit Soccer player 1 episode (uncredited)
2009 Collide Little girl Short
2009 Cam Gigandet vs. Twilight Fans Fan #7 Video short
2010 The Ryan and Randi Show Singer Short
2010 Shane Dawson TV Girl watching Degrassi Episode: “Hot Teens Go Wild On Degrassi: Part 2”
2010–11 Kids React Herself
2010 The Station Bethanny 1 episode
2010 Sidewalk Symphony Female drummer Short
2010–11 OMGtv!! LIVE Herself 3 episodes
2011 Monster in My Swimming Pool Katie Short
2011–14 Teens React Herself
2011 The Rehearsal Penny
2012 Nerd Wars! Doris Short
2012 Open Your Eyes Short
2012 It’s a Criminal World Segment: “Shattered Allegiance”
2012 Teens Wanna Know Guest 1 episode
2012–14 Terry the Tomboy Terry
2012 Finding Cody Lilli
2012–14 MyMusic Rayna 14 episodes
2013 Counterpunch Lia
2013 Spirits Kaelyn Farrow 3 episodes
2013–2014 AwesomenessTV Various
2014 Expelled Katie
2014 Terry the Tomboy Terry Television film (Nickelodeon)
2014 React to That Herself
2014–present YouTubers React Herself
2015 Everything Before Us Tiff Wong Fu Productions
2016 The Thinning Ellie Harper YouTubeRed Original Movie
2016 American Wrestler: The Wizard Kristi Larson ESX Productions
2016–present T@gged Hailey Jensen

Discography[edit]

As a lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Dance

[14]
“Moment Like You” 2015 Non-album single
“DNA” 2016
“Cold Heart Killer” 2017
“The Wave”
(with R3HAB)
2018 33
“Champagne”

As a featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
“Falling For You”
(Norman Doray & Anevo featuring Lia Marie Johnson)
2016 Non-album single

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Original Artist(s)
2015 Let’s Roll Trevor Moran
“Moment Like You” Herself
2016 Youth Troye Sivan
Go Flex Post Malone
“DNA” Herself
2017 “Cold Heart Killer” Herself

SARAH LOUISE LILLY

Sarah Louise Lilley is an actress and producer, known for The Blacklist (2013), The Mysteries of Laura (2014) and Law & Order (1990).
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Actress (11 credits)
 2018 The Blacklist (TV Series)
Jill Conway

Pattie Sue Edwards (No. 68) (2018) … Jill Conway
 2015 The Mysteries of Laura (TV Series)
Liane Skinner

The Mystery of the Deceased Documentarian (2015) … Liane Skinner
 2015 Saturday Night Live (TV Series)
Barbara

Kevin Hart/Sia (2015) … Barbara (uncredited)
 2010/I Nothing Happened (Short)
 2009 Blue Road
Kate
 2009 The Date (Short)
Girl
 2007/II Raising the Bar (Short)
Sasha
 2006 Zooey
Zooey
 2005 Late Night with Conan O’Brien (TV Series)
Various

Episode #13.62 (2005) … Various
 2001-2005 Law & Order (TV Series)
Young Woman / Sara

Sects (2005) … Young Woman
Soldier of Fortune (2001) … Sara
 2002 Thousand Dollar Shoes (Short)
Saskia

ROSA BLASI

A native of Chicago, Rosa comes from a strong theater background, having performed in more than 40 professional productions beginning at age eight; ranging from comedy at the esteemed Piven Performance Company, as well as Second City, to starring in numerous musicals and touring with Kenny Rogers. Blasi’s television debut was a recurring role on … »
Actress (38 credits)
 2013-2018 The Thundermans (TV Series)
Barb Thunderman

The Thundredth (2018) … Barb Thunderman
Mad Max: Beyond Thunderhome (2018) … Barb Thunderman
Looperheroes (2018) … Barb Thunderman
The Thunder Games (2018) … Barb Thunderman
All the President’s Thunder-Men (2018) … Barb Thunderman
 2017 Christmas Princess (TV Movie)
Sara
 2014 The Haunted Hathaways (TV Series)
Barb Thunderman

Haunted Thundermans: Part 2 (2014) … Barb Thunderman
 2013 Second Shot (TV Series)
Julia Rivas

 2012 Teenage Bank Heist (TV Movie)
Agent Christine Mendoza
 2012 Hot in Cleveland (TV Series)
Jessica

What’s Behind the Door (2012) … Jessica
 2009-2012 Make It or Break It (TV Series)
Ronnie Cruz

United Stakes (2012) … Ronnie Cruz
Growing Pains (2012) … Ronnie Cruz
Smells Like Winner (2012) … Ronnie Cruz
Requiem for a Dream (2011) … Ronnie Cruz
The Buddy System (2011) … Ronnie Cruz
 2010-2011 The Whole Truth (TV Series)
Dani

The End (2011) … Dani
Liars (2010) … Dani
 2011 Mr. Sunshine (TV Series)
Jessica

Heather’s Sister (2011) … Jessica
 2010 Lone Star (TV Series)
Blake Thatcher

Unveiled … Blake Thatcher
 2010 Next Stop Murder (TV Movie)
Heather
 2010 General Hospital (TV Series)
Fernanda

Episode #1.12108 (2010) … Fernanda
 2010 American Dad! (TV Series)
Jeanine Winthrop

A Jones for a Smith (2010) … Jeanine Winthrop (voice)
 2009 Friends of Dorothy (Short)
Cameron Lagares
 2009 Melrose Place (TV Series)
Nicolette Sarling

Pilot (2009) … Nicolette Sarling
 2007 Eight Days a Week (TV Movie)
Randi
 2007 Fist of the Warrior
Woman in Black
 2006 Inseparable (TV Movie)
 2000-2006 Strong Medicine (TV Series)
Dr. Luisa Delgado

Special Delivery (2006) … Dr. Luisa Delgado
Dr. Thornton Hears a Who? (2006) … Dr. Luisa Delgado
Baby BOOM! (2006) … Dr. Luisa Delgado (as Rosa Blasi-Finn)
Unorthodox Treatment (2006) … Dr. Luisa Delgado
My Sister, My Doctor, Myself (2006) … Dr. Luisa Delgado
 2005 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Ana Garcia

Shootout (2005) … Ana Garcia
 2004 The Grudge
Maria
 2004 Making Changes (Short)
Deanna
 2001 Rendez-View (TV Series)
Guest Host

She Loves Him, Loves Him Not (2001) … Guest Host
 2000 Noriega: God’s Favorite (TV Movie)
Vicky Amador
 2000 V.I.P. (TV Series)
Cassandra

New Val’d Order (2000) … Cassandra
 1999 The Drew Carey Show (TV Series)
Isabel

Drew Cam (1999) … Isabel
 1999 Avalon: Beyond the Abyss (TV Movie)
Carolina Marquez
 1999 Grown Ups (TV Series)
Carla

The Out of Work-Out (1999) … Carla
 1999 Sons of Thunder (TV Series)
Marita Cortez

Moment of Truth (1999) … Marita Cortez
 1999 Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
Clara Covington

Withdrawal (1999) … Clara Covington
 1998 Caroline in the City (TV Series)
Lana

Caroline and the Booby Trap (1998) … Lana
 1998 Becker (TV Series)
Carmen

Sex in the Inner City (1998) … Carmen
 1998 Frasier (TV Series)
Waitress

Secret Admirer (1998) … Waitress
 1998 Holding the Baby (TV Series)
Wendy

Make Room for Da Da … Wendy
 1997 Hitz (TV Series)
April Beane

Give the Drummer Some (1997) … April Beane
You Can Almost Go Home Again (1997) … April Beane
Guys and Dolls (1997) … April Beane
Comedy Jam (1997) … April Beane
 1997 Lost on Earth (TV Series)
Dawn

Episode #1.11 (1997) … Dawn
 1997 Married with Children (TV Series)
Woman #1

Breaking Up Is Easy to Do: Part 2 (1997) … Woman #1
 1996 High Tide (TV Series)

Julia Ling

Julia Ling

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Julia Ling in 2011.
Born Xiao Wei Lin 林小微
Temple City, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003-present
Website www.julialing.com

Julia Ling, born Xiao Wei[1] Lin (Chinese: 林小微; pinyin: Lín Xiǎowēi) is an American actress. Her television work includes recurring roles on NBC series such as ER, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and as a series regular on Chuck.[2]

Early life and education[edit]

Ling was born in Temple City, California.[1][3]

At age 6, Ling won the “Best Storyteller Award” by Chinese World News for storytelling. Ling’s artwork was featured on the front page of Pasadena Star News and in magazines and festivals. By age 9, Ling was performing award-winning solo dances throughout California, and her umbrella dance had aired on national television.

At Temple City High School, as a scholar athlete, she competed in dance, tennis, and swimming.

At UCLA, Ling majored in biomedical chemical engineering. She was Treasurer of the Chemical Engineering Society, Vice President of the Engineering Society of UCLA, and honorary member of the Society of Women Engineers.

Career[edit]

Ling has starred in over 20 independent films and had numerous TV roles. She made her TV debut in 2003 on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and later starred in the recurring role of Kim Tao on NBC’s Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. She played Anna Wu on NBC’s Chuck for 3 seasons. Her other major guest and recurring roles on television include stints on House, ER, Grey’s Anatomy, The O.C. and The Deep End.

In 2007, Ling competed in the martial arts competition Jackie Chan Disciples. She was selected as a “Top Four Finalist” representing the U.S. at the International Finalists tournament in China. Her performance also won her the “Best Acting Award”. She was unable to compete in China because of her role on Chuck.

In 2008, Ling voiced and filmed her first live action series for the video game Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3.

Filmography[edit]

All credits are from IMDb.[2]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Educating Lewis Julia Television film
2005 We All Fall Down Schoolgirl Short film
2005 Guess Who Speedracer Uncredited
2005 Memoirs of a Geisha Spring Festival Dancer Uncredited
2006 Undoing Linda
2009 Angus Petfarkin Pants His Masterpiece Epsilon
2010 High School Charlyne
2010 Cinder Mei Short film
2010 Love Sick Diaries Origami Girl
2011 Halloween Knight Val Short film
2013 Dynamite Swine Lulu

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Power Potential #2 Episode “Chosen
2006–2007 ER Michelle, Mae Lee Park 6 episodes
2006 House Anne Ling Episode: “Sleeping Dogs Lie”
2006–2007 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Kim Tao 5 episodes
2007 The O.C. Lucy Episode: “The Dream Lover”
2007–2010 Chuck Anna Wu 22 episodes
2007 Grey’s Anatomy Emma Rachel Lane Episode: “Forever Young”
2010 The Deep End Mei Brundage Episode: “To Have and to Hold”
2011 I Hate My Teenage Daughter Jane Episode: “Pilot”

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 – Uprising Izumi
Actress (36 credits)
  Justice Angel (pre-production)
Xiaoying (rumored)
 2018 The Criminal Kind (pre-production)
Special Agent
 2018 We Need to Talk (TV Series) (pre-production)
Server

Episode #2.6 … Server
 2018 Chuck’s Apartment (Short) (filming)
Jewel-Ski
  Tango Down (Short) (post-production)
Samantha Salas
 2018/I Solus (Short) (post-production)
Alexa Martingale
 2016-2018 Tactical Girl (TV Series)
Tactical Girl

Tactical Girl Does Tombstone (2018) … Tactical Girl
Tactical Girl Goes Corporate (2018) … Tactical Girl
Tactical Girl Chills and Kills (2018) … Tactical Girl
Tactical Girl Explains the Dick Flick Pick (2018) … Tactical Girl
Dating Tactical Girl – Part 2 (2017) … Tactical Girl
 2017 Bonds of Brotherhood (Short)
Evelyn
 2016 Tell Me How I Die
Sorority Girl
 2013 Dynamite Swine
Lulu
 2011 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (TV Series)
Jane

Pilot (2011) … Jane
 2011/I Halloween Knight (Short)
Val
 2010 Love Sick Diaries
Origami Girl
 2010 Cinder (Short)
Mei
 2007-2010 Chuck (TV Series)
Anna Wu

Chuck Versus the Tooth (2010) … Anna Wu
Chuck Versus the Ring (2009) … Anna Wu
Chuck Versus the Colonel (2009) … Anna Wu
Chuck Versus the First Kill (2009) … Anna Wu
Chuck Versus the Dream Job (2009) … Anna Wu (credit only)
 2010 The Deep End (TV Series)
Mei Brundage

To Have and to Hold (2010) … Mei Brundage
 2010 High School
Charlyne
 2008 Buy More (TV Series)
Anna Wu

Leadership (2008) … Anna Wu
Customer Service (2008) … Anna Wu
 2008 Chuck: Meet the Nerd Herders (TV Series)
Anna Wu

Nerd Herd Reviews: Heroes DVD (2008) … Anna Wu
Nerd Herd Reviews: Avril Lavigne (2008) … Anna Wu
Anna’s Sword Skills (2008) … Anna Wu
Anna’s Mad Skillz (2008) … Anna Wu
 2008 Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (Video Game)
Izumi
 2008 Chuck Versus the Webisodes (TV Mini-Series)
Anna Wu

Buy More #7: Customer Service (2008) … Anna Wu
Buy More #17: Leadership (2008) … Anna Wu
 2007 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Emma

Forever Young (2007) … Emma
 2006-2007 ER (TV Series)
Mae Lee Park / Michelle

Sea Change (2007) … Mae Lee Park
I Don’t (2007) … Mae Lee Park
Photographs and Memories (2007) … Mae Lee Park
From Here to Paternity (2007) … Mae Lee Park
Out on a Limb (2006) … Michelle
 2006-2007 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (TV Series)
Kim Tao

The Harriet Dinner: Part II (2007) … Kim Tao
The Harriet Dinner: Part I (2007) … Kim Tao
Monday (2007) … Kim Tao
Nevada Day: Part 2 (2006) … Kim Tao
Nevada Day: Part 1 (2006) … Kim Tao
 2007 The O.C. (TV Series)
Lucy

The Dream Lover (2007) … Lucy
 2006 Undoing
Linda
 2006 House (TV Series)
Anne

Sleeping Dogs Lie (2006) … Anne
 2005 Memoirs of a Geisha
Spring Festival Dancer (uncredited)
 2005 Ride or Die
Mei Lin
 2005 Guess Who
Speedracer (uncredited)
 2005/II We All Fall Down (Short)
Schoolgirl
 2004 Educating Lewis (TV Movie)
Julia
 2003 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series)
Potential with Power #2

Chosen (2003) … Potential with Power #2

RYAN NEWMAN

Ryan Newman, up and coming “Young Hollywood” beauty, can recently be seen in eight episodes of the Nickelodeon hit series “The Thundermans” and Sharknado 4 coming this July. Newman got her start in print modeling but quickly caught the eye of casting for commercials, television and film. With her charming personality and comedic timing, Newman … »
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Actress (17 credits)
 2015-2017 The Thundermans (TV Series)
Allison

Date of Emergency (2017) … Allison
Thundermans: Banished! (2016) … Allison
Thundermans: Secret Revealed (2016) … Allison
Beat the Parents (2016) … Allison
 2017 Alexander IRL
Lo
 2016 How We Work 2 (Short)
Ryan
 2016 The Thinning
Sarah Foster
 2016 Super Novas
Marcie
 2016 Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (TV Movie)
Claudia Shepard
 2015 Bad Sister
Zoe Brady
 2015 Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (TV Movie)
Claudia Shepard
 2012-2014 See Dad Run (TV Series)
Emily Hobbs

See Dad Get in the Ring (2014) … Emily Hobbs
See Dad Fire Original Katie… Again (2014) … Emily Hobbs
See Dad Watch Janie Run Away (2014) … Emily Hobbs
See Dad Live at Five (2014) … Emily Hobbs
See Dad Become Room Mom (2014) … Emily Hobbs
 2012/I The Call (Short)
Becky
 2009-2011 Zeke and Luther (TV Series)
Ginger

Sk8 Mile (2011) … Ginger
The Gingernator (2011) … Ginger
Zeke and Lu’s New Crew (2011) … Ginger
Luther Turns Four (2011) … Ginger
Sibling Rivalries (2011) … Ginger
 2010 Good Luck Charlie (TV Series)
Kit

Kit and Kaboodle (2010) … Kit
 2008 Lower Learning
Carlotta
 2007 The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (TV Series)
Camper Girl

Graduation (2007) … Camper Girl (uncredited)
 2007 Hannah Montana (TV Series)
Young Miley

I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak (2007) … Young Miley
Smells Like Teen Sellout (2007) … Young Miley
 2006 Zoom
Cindy Collins / Princess
 2006 Monster House
Little Girl (voice)

Self (23 credits)
 2018 Sum of Us (Documentary) (post-production)
Ryan
 2016 Paradise Run (TV Series)
Herself

It’s All About the Thunder-man! (2016) … Herself
 2015 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2015 (TV Special)
Herself
 2014 Webheads (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant

Girls of Nick Celebrity Edition (2014) … Herself – Contestant
 2013 82nd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (TV Special)
Herself
 2013 TeenNick Halo Awards (TV Special)
Herself
 2013 Hub Network’s First Annual Halloween Bash (TV Special)
Herself – Presenter
 2013 Katie (TV Series)
Herself

Scott Baio/People Magazine (2013) … Herself
 2013 Big Time Rush (TV Series)
Herself

Big Time Dreams (2013) … Herself
 2013 Figure It Out (TV Series)
Herself

 2013 On the Spot Interviews (TV Series documentary short)
Herself

 2013 Home & Family (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 8 May 2013 (2013) … Herself – Guest
 2013 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2013 (TV Special)
Herself – presenter
 2013 Tweet Out (TV Series)
Herself

Ryan Newman (2013) … Herself
 2012 TeenNick Halo Awards (TV Special)
Presenter Herself
 2012 Chelsea’s Channel (Video short)
Herself
 2010-2011 Piper’s Picks TV (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Bella Thorne, Ryan Newman & Adair Tishler (2010) … Herself – Guest
 2010-2011 Piper’s QUICK Picks (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

 2006 Headline News (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 16 August 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 Showbiz Tonight (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 16 August 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 Access Hollywood (TV Series)
Herself

Episode dated 10 August 2006 (2006) … Herself

Logan Browning

Logan Browning

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Logan Browning
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Born Logan Laurice Browning
(1989-06-09) June 9, 1989 (age 29)
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004–present

Logan Laurice Browning (born June 9, 1989)[1] is an American actress. She is best known for starring as Samantha White in the 2017 Netflix satirical-drama series Dear White People. She is also known for playing Sasha in the 2007 film Bratz: The Movie, Brianna Ortiz in Meet the Browns, Jelena Howard on the VH1 series Hit the Floor and Zora in the Playstation Network series Powers. [2]

Early life[edit]

Browning was born in Atlanta, Georgia. Although biracial (her birth mom was white and her birth father was black), she was adopted and raised by her African American parents.[3] She attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.[4][5]

Career[edit]

Logan Browning while promoting the 2007 film Bratz: The Movie

She made her acting debut in the teen series Summerland as the character Carrie, and played Vanessa in the Nickelodeon series Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide in 2005–2006. She also appeared as the main love interest in Dijon Taton’s song “Wild Out”.

In 2007, Browning starred as one of the main characters, Sasha, in the live-action theatrical feature Bratz: The Movie, based on the popular fashion doll line.

Browning joined the cast of Meet the Browns during the second season, replacing Brianne Gould as the character Brianna Ortiz. She makes a brief appearance in Prima J‘s “Rockstar” music video, as well as B5‘s music video “U Got Me”. Browning had a recurring role on the Disney XD series Pair of Kings.

She appeared in two episodes of The Secret Circle, a TV series based on the novels of the same name by L.J. Smith. In April 2012, Browning was cast as Jelena Howard in VH1’s Hit the Floor. Before “Hit the Floor”, Browning was not a professional dancer. She was cast for her acting ability and trained for 8 months prior to the series filming.[citation needed]

Browning starred alongside her Hit the Floor co-star, Katherine Bailess, in the YouTube comedic series Shit Southern Women Say.[6]

In July 2016, it was announced that Browning would star in the role of Samantha White in the Netflix satirical-drama series Dear White People.[7]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Bratz: The Movie Sasha
2013 Breaking at the Edge Sara
2015 Brotherly Love Trina
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2004–2005 Summerland Carrie 4 episodes
2005–2006 Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide Vanessa 5 episodes
2009–2011 Meet the Browns Brianna Ortiz 106 episodes
2010–2013 Pair of Kings Rebecca Dawson 6 episodes
2011 The Secret Circle Sally Matthews Episodes: “Bound” and “Loner
2013–present Hit the Floor Jelena Howard 33 episodes
2014 Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse Shawn 2 episodes
2015 Powers Zora 10 episodes
2016 Survivor’s Remorse Trina Guest star
2017-present Dear White People Samantha White Main cast
2018 RuPaul’s Drag Race Herself, guest judge 1 episode (season 10)[8]