Carrie-Lynn is a Toronto born and raised actor known for her leading role in the critically acclaimed Canadian comedy, Seed. Second daughter of 2 to Heather and Jim Neales and step-daughter to Christina Neales. Theatre credits include Juliet (Romeo and Juliet), Ophelia (Hamlet), Helena (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Joan (Sexual Perversity in
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Actress (13 credits)
 2017 Casting Call (TV Movie) (post-production)
Auditioner #3
 2017 Separated at Birth (TV Movie) (completed)
Chloe Daniels
 2017 Embeds (TV Series)

Things Get Hairy (2017) … Brynn
Exodus (2017) … Brynn
Keg Stands (2017) … Brynn
Off the Record (2017) … Brynn
Pilot (2017) … Brynn
 2016 Saving Hope (TV Series)
Natasha Scott

Let Me Go (2016) … Natasha Scott
 2015 Moctress (Short)
 2013-2014 The Rick Mercer Report (TV Series)

Episode #11.9 (2014) … Mellow
Episode #10.12 (2013) … Mellow
 2014 Seed: Webisodes (TV Series)
Rose Maybely
 2013 Heartland (TV Series)
Book Agent

There But for Fortune (2013) … Book Agent
 2013 Republic of Doyle (TV Series)
Eva Laurant

Young Guns (2013) … Eva Laurant
 2012 Nikita (TV Series)
Yoga Girl #2

3.0 (2012) … Yoga Girl #2
 2012 The L.A. Complex (TV Series)
Test Technician

Make It Right (2012) … Test Technician
 2010 Reception (Short)


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Ashley Everett

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Ashley Everett
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Everett performing during The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour (2013-14)
Born Ashley Chrisha Marie Everett
(1989-04-19) April 19, 1989 (age 28)
Chico, California U.S.
Residence Tampa, Florida, U.S.
  • Dancer
  • Actress
Years active 2006–present
Musical career
Associated acts

Ashley Chrisha Marie Everett (born April 19, 1989)[1][2] is an American dancer and actress. She is most known as lead backup dancer and dance captain for Beyoncé, and has also worked with Usher, Ne-Yo, Tina Turner and Ciara, among other artists. She frequently features in high-profile music videos, television commercials and concert tours.

Everett began her career in New York City at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, where she met choreographer Frank Gatson, Jr., who later gave her the opportunity to meet and audition for Beyoncé. At the age of 17, she dropped out of the Juilliard School to join Beyonce on her 2007 The Beyoncé Experience Tour. After assuming the role of dance captain in 2009 at the age of 19, Everett continued to work with Beyoncé on every major concert tour, a number of TV commercials, and has danced or acted in at least 20 music videos with the singer. She also began to work with a variety of other music artists, and expanded her career into acting with a role in the third season of the VH1 series Hit the Floor, which aired in 2015.

In 2008, Everett was one of two featured dancers in the music video for “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)“, which amassed over 580 million YouTube views and became world-renowned for its dancing and choreography. She has also performed with Beyoncé at the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII halftime show as a lead backup dancer as well as at the 2016 Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Distinguishable on stage by her signature curly, red afro, Everett trained as a contemporary ballet dancer as a child, and has also mastered various styles including tap, jazz, street and hip hop.

Early life[edit]

Everett was born and raised in Chico, California. She is mixed race with her mother being African American and her father being White. Everett has stated that growing up in Chico was a challenge for her being mixed race, as “you don’t fit in with White people because you’re too dark and you don’t fit in with the Black people because you’re too light.”[3]

Dance career[edit]

Everett (right) performing “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” with Beyoncé on Good Morning America

Everett began dancing at the age of three years,[4] originating in ballet, but also training in tap and jazz.[5] At the age of sixteen, Everett moved to New York City to train at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.[6] During a training session here, Everett met Beyoncé’s choreographer at the time, Frank Gatson, Jr.. Around two months later, Everett attended an open audition for Beyoncé. Gatson remembered Everett and ultimately ended up landing her a job with Beyoncé.[5][7]

At seventeen Everett started working with Beyoncé by dancing in music videos. Beyoncé was working on a video anthology album for B’Day (2006), and was filming multiple videos. Everett danced in “Green Light” and “Get Me Bodied“.[6] Following this, Everett began her first worldwide concert tour with The Beyoncé Experience (2007). Everett performed as a backup dancer for 96 shows.[8] Prior to The Beyoncé Experience, Everett was accepted and enrolled into the Juilliard School, but ultimately decided against going, due to touring with Beyoncé and wanting to pursue her dance career this way.[9]

Everett (second from left) performing “Crazy in Love” with Beyoncé during The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

In 2008, Everett started by performing with one of her idols, Tina Turner, at the 2008 50th Annual Grammy Awards with Beyoncé.[7] She featured in the video for “Love in This Club” by Usher and began a working relationship with him. In October of the same year, the video for “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” was released, which featured a J-Setting choreography and contained only Beyoncé, Everett and dancer Ebony Williams. It has since gone viral, amassing over 580 million views and has been recreated thousands of times.[10] It also won the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year.[11] Everett featured in videos for both “Ego” and “Sweet Dreams” from I Am… Sasha Fierce (2008), and begun her second worldwide tour with Beyoncé, on the I Am… World Tour (2009–10). Here, Everett performed as the female Dance Captain for the entire tour.[12] In 2010, Everett begun a working relationship with Ne-Yo and featured in three of his music videos from his album Libra Scale (2010); “One in a Million“, “Champagne Life” and “Beautiful Monster“.[13] In 2011, Everett featured in three videos from Beyoncé’s 4 (2011).[13]

In 2012, Ashley was also one of the dancers on Glee in season 4, episode 16 during Naya Rivera’s performance of Cold Hearted Snake.

On February 3, 2013, Everett served as a lead backup dancer to the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show with Beyoncé. The performance was watched by 110.8 million Americans.[14] Following the performance, Beyoncé announced The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour (2013–14), in which Everett would act as head Dance Captain for 132 shows.[15] In the buildup to the tour, Everett featured in Life Is But a Dream,[16] and television commercials airing worldwide for H&M and in the United Kingdom for O2.[17][18] Everett appeared in six videos from Beyoncé’s self-titled visual album, including a lead acting role in “Heaven”.[13] Two months after The Mrs. Carter Show concluded, Everett was announced as the lead Dance Captain for Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s all stadium On the Run Tour (2014).[19] Everett performed as a backup dancer for the majority of Usher’s The UR Experience Tour (2014–15), however missed some shows due to filming Hit the Floor.[20] In February 2016, Everett joined Beyoncé at the Super Bowl for a second time during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, with Beyoncé and Bruno Mars acting as special guests for Coldplay‘s headlining performance.[21] The performance was watched by 115.5 million people in America.[22] Following the performance, The Formation World Tour was announced, a 49 date all stadium tour with Everett again serving as dance captain for Beyoncé.[23]

Everett has also danced and worked with Robin Thicke, Ciara, La Toya Jackson and Jennifer Lopez.[24]


Everett featured in the pilot episode of Hit the Floor, as character Peyton. In late 2014 Everett stated she was filming for the upcoming third season of the series.[7] In 2012 Everett featured in the finale episode of the second season of Shake It Up.[25] In 2013, Everett starred with Beyoncé in the video to “Heaven” from the album Beyoncé (2013). The video is Everett’s first non-dancing role with Beyoncé, and features Everett acting out a variety of “bucket list” scenarios with her on-screen best friend, Beyoncé. Everett has stated how she wants and hopes to get into more acting, including non-dancing roles.[26] She stated in 2014, “Film and cinematography and stuff lasts forever and that’s something that is really really great and really special to me. It’ll last longer than I’m alive and my kids and my grandkids and their kids and their grandkids can always see me and that’s what creates your legacy.”[4]

Outside of acting, Everett has appeared on television networks such as Fox 32 and WCIU-TV to be interviewed and teach news anchors dance moves, as well as promoting the relevant concert tours she was performing at on said interviews dates.[27][28]


Dance style[edit]

Everett is professionally trained in contemporary ballet, and also trained in tap and jazz whilst growing in her craft.[5] Her work with popular music artists such as Beyoncé and Ciara often sees Everett performing to a more hip-hop and street style of dance, although some elements of ballet are implemented into certain performances.[4]

Public image[edit]

Everett is mostly recognized for her bright red hair, often styled as an afro.[29] Everett stated that it was Beyoncé who originally asked her to dye her hair, and that although the continuous dying is damaging, it has become so recognized that it would be missed by fans if she changed it.[30]


Everett has stated that her greatest dancing influence and most desired artist to work with is Janet Jackson. She also has named Michael Jackson if he was still alive and Justin Timberlake as other artists she would want to dance with.[4] Everett also stated she is influenced and inspired by Beyoncé’s work ethic.[26]


Music videos[edit]

All videos listed feature Everett either dancing or acting within them.

Year Music video Artist(s) Director(s) Reference(s)
2007 Green Light Beyoncé Melina Matsoukas [13][31]
Get Me Bodied Anthony Mandler [13]
2008 Love in This Club Usher Brothers Strause [13]
Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) Beyoncé Jake Nava [10][13]
2009 Ego
+ Remix feat. Kanye West
Beyoncé and Frank Gatson, Jr. [13][32]
Sweet Dreams Adria Petty [13][32]
2010 One in a Million Ne-Yo Wayne Isham [13]
Champagne Life [13]
Beautiful Monster [13]
2011 Run the World (Girls) Beyoncé Francis Lawrence [13][32]
Countdown Adria Petty and Beyoncé [13]
Dance for You Beyoncé and Alan Ferguson [13]
2012 Got Me Good Ciara Joseph Kahn [33]
“Make Love to Me” Luke James Frank Gatson Jr. [34]
2013 Haunted Beyoncé Jonas Akerlund [13][35]
Blow Hype Williams [13][35]
Mine Beyoncé (feat. Drake) Pierre Debusschere [13][35]
Superpower Beyoncé (feat. Frank Ocean) Jonas Akerlund [13][35]
“Heaven” Beyoncé Beyoncé and Todd Tourso [26][35]
“Grown Woman” Jake Nava [13]
2015 Feeling Myself Nicki Minaj (feat. Beyoncé) [clarification needed] [36]
2016 Formation Beyoncé Melina Matsoukas [37]
Don’t Hurt Yourself Various [13]
Love Drought [13]
Freedom [13]


Year TV Show Role Notes
2008 50th Annual Grammy Awards[7] Herself Backup dancing for Beyoncé and Tina Turner
The Ellen DeGeneres Show[38] Herself Lead backup dancer for the performance of “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)
2009 2009 MTV Video Music Awards[38] Herself Lead dancer for the performance of “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”
2009 MTV Europe Music Awards[38] Herself Backup dancer for the performance of “Sweet Dreams
2011 Beyoncé: Year of 4[39] Herself Everett is seen in behind the scenes rehearsal and video footage for “Run the World (Girls)“.
X Factor France[40] Herself Backup dancer for the performance of “Run the World (Girls)”.
Good Morning America: Summer Concert Series[41] Herself Lead backup dancer to a variety of performances with Beyoncé.
Glastonbury Festival[42] Herself Everett is a lead backup dancer for the duration of the 90 minute performance.
A Night with Beyoncé[43] Herself ITV music special, in which Everett is a lead backup dancer.
2012 Shake It Up[25] [clarification needed] Role in the finale episode of season 2, “”Made in Japan”.
2013 Super Bowl XLVII halftime show[14] Herself Everett performed as a lead backup dancer for the halftime show. The performance was viewed by 110.8 million Americans.
Life Is But a Dream[16] Herself Everett is seen in multiple scenes of the documentary, including during and behind the scenes of performances.
Hit the Floor[44] Peyton Pilot episode and has filmed for the upcoming third season.
You and Me This Morning[27] Herself Interview on You and Me This Morning to talk about the at the time upcoming Mrs. Carter Show World Tour show in Chicago.
2014 Good Day Chicago[28] Herself Interview on Good Day Chicago with fellow dancer Kimberly Gipson, to talk about the at the time upcoming On the Run Tour show in Chicago.
2014 MTV Video Music Awards[45] Herself Lead backup dancer. Performed as part of a 15-minute medley of Beyoncé (2013).
On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z[19] Herself HBO special that aired on September 20, 2014. Everett is seen multiple times and acts as lead backup dancer for the duration.
2016 Super Bowl 50 halftime show[46] Herself Everett performed as a backup dancer to Beyoncé, who was a guest appearance to Coldplay who were headlining.


Year Commercial Notes
2013 O2[18] Promoting The Mrs. Carter World Tour in the United Kingdom. Everett is seen backup dancing.
H&M[17] Filmed in the Bahamas, to promote Beyoncé’s 2013 H&M summer collection. Everett is seen backup dancing.
2015 Target[47] Everett is seen dancing in the commercial for Target to promote their denim-wear clothing line.
2016 Ivy Park[48] Everett is seen working out and exercising in a variety of non-dancing scenarios, along with Beyoncé and others, sporting Beyoncé and Topshop‘s athletic wear clothing line, Ivy Park.

Tours and residency shows[edit]

Year Tour/residency name Number of shows Role
2007 The Beyoncé Experience[49] 96 Backup dancer
2009-10 I Am… World Tour[14] 107 Female Dance Captain
2009 I Am… Yours[50] 4 Female Dance Captain and additional choreographer
2011 4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé[51] 4 Female Dance Captain
2012 Revel Presents: Beyoncé Live[52] 4 Female Dance Captain
2013-14 The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour[14] 132 Female Dance Captain
2014 On the Run Tour[53] 21 Dance Captain
2014-15 The UR Experience Tour[24] 50 Backup dancer
2016 The Formation World Tour 49 Dance Captain

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Actress (73 credits)
 2018 Egg (post-production)
 2018 The Pages (post-production)
National Security Advisor
 2017/I Shine (completed)
Linda Tanner
 2018 Primrose Lane
 2016-2017 Better Things (TV Series)

Graduation (2017) … Sunny
Rising (2017) … Sunny
September (2017) … Sunny
Duke’s Chorus (2016) … Sunny (uncredited)
Alarms (2016) … Sunny
 2017 Broad City (TV Series)

Mushrooms (2017)
 2017 The Other F Word (TV Series)
Dr. Lonquist

You Can’t Always Get What You Want (2017) … Dr. Lonquist
 2017 Younger (TV Series)

A Novel Marriage (2017) … Louise
 2017 Odd Mom Out (TV Series)

Jury Doody (2017) … Prosecutor
 2017 The Female Brain
 2017 School Spirits
 2016 Search Party (TV Series)

The Mystery of the Golden Charm (2016) … Trina
The Woman Who Knew Too Much (2016) … Trina
 2016 Masters of Sex (TV Series)

Freefall (2016) … Anita
 2016 Rosewood (TV Series)
Lilian Izikoff

Hydrocephalus and Hard Knocks (2016) … Lilian Izikoff
Paralytics and Priorities (2016) … Lilian Izikoff
 2016 The Mysteries of Laura (TV Series)
Liz Walters

The Mystery of the Political Operation (2016) … Liz Walters
 2016 Equity
Samantha Ryan
 2016 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Joyce Chen

Breathing Space (2016) … Joyce Chen
 2015 The Girl in the Book
 2015 No Letting Go
 2015 The Networker
 2015/XI Grace (Short)
 2015 Bones (TV Series)
Amelia Minchin

The Lost in the Found (2015) … Amelia Minchin
 2014-2015 How to Get Away with Murder (TV Series)
D.A. Wendy Parks

Hello Raskolnikov (2015) … D.A. Wendy Parks
He Deserved to Die (2014) … D.A. Wendy Parks
Let’s Get to Scooping (2014) … D.A. Wendy Parks
Smile, or Go to Jail (2014) … D.A. Wendy Parks
 2015 Well Spent … The Making of Primrose Lane (Short)
Theodocia / Herself
 2015 Down Dog (TV Movie)
 2014 Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Special Agent Chapman

Ka No’eau (2014) … Special Agent Chapman
 2014 Revenge of the Green Dragons
Court Reporter
 2014 5 Flights Up
Blue Leggings Woman
 2014 The Story of Milo & Annie (Short)
 2014 Fort Tilden
Cobble Hill Mom
 2014 Kelly & Cal
 2014 That Awkward Moment
Amanda Silverman
 2013 King Theodore Live (Short)
 2012 Delivering the Goods
New Head Chef
 2012 Backwards
 2012 The Exes (TV Series)

The Party (2012) … Cindy
 2011 Blue Bloods (TV Series)

Model Behavior (2011) … Hannah
 2003-2010 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Michelle Linden / Paula O’Keefe / Leslie Hurst

Lost Children of the Blood (2010) … Michelle Linden
Lady’s Man (2009) … Paula O’Keefe
Stray (2003) … Leslie Hurst
 1999-2010 Law & Order (TV Series)
Amy Felner / Gretchen Stewart

Love Eternal (2010) … Amy Felner
Sundown (1999) … Gretchen Stewart
 2009 Speed Grieving (Short)
 2009 The Jacket (Short)
 2009 White Collar (TV Series)

Free Fall (2009) … Manager
 2009 30 Rock (TV Series)
Real Estate Agent

Sun Tea (2009) … Real Estate Agent
 2009 The Vicious Kind
 2008 The Peppermint Tree
 2008 The Starter Wife (TV Series)

The Forty-Year-Old Virgin Queen (2008) … Cindy
The Diary of a Mad Ex-Housewife (2008) … Cindy
 2008 Puppy Love (TV Series)
 2007 Schooled
Mrs. Luna Hill
 2007 Arranged
 2006 The Narrow Gate
 2006 Cycle Unknown (Short)
 2006 Love Monkey (TV Series)

Coming Out (2006) … Megan
 2006 A-List
 2006 The Sopranos (TV Series)
Linda Vaughn

Mr. & Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request (2006) … Linda Vaughn
 2005 One Last Thing…
Tai Uhlmann
 2004 The Jury (TV Series)
Dr. Ainsley Solomon

The Boxer (2004) … Dr. Ainsley Solomon
 2002 Hourly Rates
 2002 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Cindy Kerber

Juvenile (2002) … Cindy Kerber
 2002 The Drew Carey Show (TV Series)

 2001 Kissing Jessica Stein
Schuller Gallery Artist
 2001 Jack & Jill (TV Series)

California Dreamin’ (2001) … Stewardess
 2000 Little Pieces
Casting director
 2000 Family Law (TV Series)
Ms. Holland

Echoes (2000) … Ms. Holland
 2000 Trust Dance
 2000 The Practice (TV Series)
Reporter #4

Black Widows (2000) … Reporter #4
 1999 The Stand-In
Soap opera nurse
 1999 Row Your Boat (scenes deleted)
 1998 An Englishman in New York (TV Movie)

Shir Elmaliach

Shir Elmaliach is an actress, known for Big Brother VIP (2009), Hakol Avud (2016) and Machar Shabat (2017).

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Actress (1 credit)
 2015 Anachnu BaMapa (TV Series)

Episode #1.12 (2015) … Shirley
Hide Hide Show Show Self (3 credits)
 2017 Machar Shabat (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode #1.4 (2017) … Herself – Guest
 2016 Hakol Avud (TV Series)

Episode #1.4 (2016) … Herself
 2015 Big Brother VIP (TV Series)

Episode #2.10 (2015) … Herself
Episode #2.9 (2015) … Herself
Episode #2.8 (2015) … Herself
Episode #2.7 (2015) … Herself
Episode #2.6 (2015) … Herself

Dayana Mendoza

Dayana Mendoza

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Dayana Mendoza
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Born Dayana Sabrina Mendoza Moncada
(1986-06-01) June 1, 1986 (age 31)
Caracas, Venezuela
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)[1]
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair color Light Brown[1]
Eye color Green[1]
Miss Universe 2008 (Winner)
Elite Model Look International 2001 (Finalist)[2]
Miss Venezuela 2007 (Winner)

Dayana Sabrina Mendoza Moncada (born June 1, 1986) is a Venezuelan actress, model and beauty queen who won Miss Universe 2008. She previously won Miss Venezuela 2007 on September 13, 2007 in Caracas.


Miss Venezuela and Miss Universe

Mendoza after winning the title of Miss Universe

Mendoza beat 27 other candidates to win Miss Venezuela 2007 on September 13, 2007, and became only the second woman representing the Amazonas state to win, following Carolina Izsak in 1991.[3] She was crowned Miss Universe 2008 at the pageant in the Crown Convention Center, Nha Trang, Vietnam, on July 13, 2008.[4] Mendoza became the first winner of the pageant from Venezuela since Miss Universe 1996’s winner Alicia Machado,[5] thus making her the first Venezuelan Miss Universe in the 21st century.

Miss Universe 2007 Riyo Mori crowned her with a tiara worth $120,000 USD. Her prize package includes cash, a year contract promoting Miss Universe, world travel, a rent-free, prestigious New York City apartment, luxury apartment and a gift bag stuffed with designer shoes, dresses and beauty products, a $100,000 stipend for a two-year course at the New York Film Academy and free access to famous fashion houses and beauty parlors. Mendoza will spend her year-long reign traveling the world to lecture on humanitarian issues and to promote education regarding HIV/AIDS.[6]

As of June 2009, Mendoza as Miss Universe has traveled to Indonesia, Singapore, Italy, Vatican City, Spain, France, Nicaragua, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Bahamas, Russia, El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Argentina, Romania and Vietnam, in addition to numerous trips around the United States and her homecoming in Venezuela.[7][8][9] Together with Miss Universe 1969 Gloria Diaz, Mendoza was also used as the goodwill ambassador of Venezuela-based technology firm Smartmatic to thank the Philippines for entrusting the company the success of their 2010 presidential elections.[10][11]

Other appearances

Mendoza in the Amazonas state, Venezuela

Mendoza was a contestant on the 2012 season of the NBC reality competition series The Celebrity Apprentice. In Episode 3, “How Much is That Celebrity in the Window?”, she was the winning project manager of her team on a task to create two themed living window displays for Ivanka Trump‘s clothing and accessory line, winning $20,000 for her charity, the Latino Commission on AIDS.[12] Mendoza notes in Episode 11, “Winning by a Nose” that she holds the record for being brought back to the final boardroom, having done so six times by that episode.[13] She came in sixth place after being eliminated in the 12th episode, “Jingle All the Way Home” (her seventh time in the boardroom), in which she was project manager of the losing team on a task to create a jingle and presentation for Good Sam Club.[14]

On June 3, 2012, Mendoza served as one of the panel of judges for the Miss USA 2012 competition.

Personal life

Mendoza was once kidnapped in Venezuela, and stated that the trauma taught her to remain poised under pressure.[15] In 2001, she signed with Elite Model Management and was a finalist at the Elite Model Look International 2001, in Nice, France.[2] She has worked with the companies Max Mara and Costume National, where she modeled in New York City, Italy, Germany, France, Greece and Spain for Versace, Roberto Cavalli and other fashion designers. She speaks Spanish, English and Italian.[16] After Elite, she signed to Trump Model Management, and in Milan, Names Model Agency.


Modeling photos

After photos of Mendoza modeling naked for a jewelry firm surfaced, officials from the Miss Universe Organization decided against penalizing her, saying that the candid photos were not pornographic but “artistic in nature, and they don’t have an ounce of pornographic content to them.”[17]

Guantanamo Bay visit

On March 27, 2009, Mendoza documented a visit to Guantanamo Bay detention camp on her Internet blog.[18] In it, she was quoted as saying, “[Guantanamo] was such a relaxing place, so calm and beautiful”. She also stated that when she visited the detainees camps, “…we saw the jails, where they shower, how they recreate themselves with movies, classes of art, books. It was very interesting”.[19][20][21] In her home country, Venezuela, the issue became the talk of the town, with the president, Hugo Chávez, reconsidering the praise he had previously given her.[22] The Miss Universe Organization has replied that “…[her] comments on her blog were in reference to the hospitality she received while meeting the members of the U.S. military and their families who are stationed in Guantánamo”. On April 1, 2009, the entry vanished from her blog.[23]

Actress (2 credits)
 2013 The Mermaid Complex (Short)
 2010 Lord of the Dreams (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (12 credits)
 2012 The 2012 Miss USA Pageant (TV Special)
Herself – Judge
 2012 The Apprentice (TV Series)
Herself – Contestant / Herself

And the Winner Is … (2012) … Herself
And Then There Were Two (2012) … Herself – Contestant (credit only)
Blown Away (2012) … Herself – Contestant (credit only)
Jingle All the Way Home (2012) … Herself – Contestant
Winning by a Nose (2012) … Herself – Contestant
 2012 Starting Point (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Apprentice Attitude (2012) … Herself – Guest
 2012 Chow Ciao! With Fabio Viviani (TV Series)

The Perfect Meat Sauce (2012) … Herself
 2012 Showbiz Tonight (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Miss Universe (2012) … Herself – Guest
 2012 Good Day New York (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Miss Universe Joins the Celebrity Apprentice Cast (2012) … Herself – Guest
 2012 Weekend Today (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Celebrity Apprentice Premieres Tonight (2012) … Herself – Guest
 2009 Miss Universe Pageant (TV Special)
Herself – Miss Universe 2008
 2009 Ceská Miss 2009 (TV Movie)
 2008 Live! with Kelly (TV Series)

Episode dated 21 July 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Today (TV Series)

Episode dated 21 July 2008 (2008) … Herself
 2008 Miss Universe Pageant (TV Special)
Herself – Miss Venezuela (Miss Universe 2008)


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Self (3 credits)
 2016 E! News Live (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 6 December 2016 (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2014 This Morning (TV Series)

Episode dated 7 October 2014 (2014) … Herself
 2014 Ladies of London (TV Series)

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (2014) … Herself (as Caroline)
I’ve Been to London to Visit the Queen (2014) … Herself (as Caroline)
New Allegiances (2014) … Herself (as Caroline)
To the Manner Born (2014) … Herself (as Caroline)
Mad as a Hatter (2014) … Herself (as Caroline)


Francesca Valtorta was born on February 24, 1986 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. She is an actress, known for Kiss Me Again (2010), Immaturi – Il viaggio (2012) and Margerita (2013).
Actress (13 credits)
 2014-2015 Squadra antimafia – Palermo oggi (TV Series)
Rachele Ragno

Episode #7.8 (2015) … Rachele Ragno
Episode #7.3 (2015) … Rachele Ragno
Episode #6.9 (2014) … Rachele Ragno
Episode #6.8 (2014) … Rachele Ragno
Episode #6.6 (2014) … Rachele Ragno
 2014 Una buona stagione (TV Mini-Series)
Marianne Von Brurer

Episode #1.6 (2014) … Marianne Von Brurer
Episode #1.5 (2014) … Marianne Von Brurer
Episode #1.4 (2014) … Marianne Von Brurer
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Marianne Von Brurer
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Marianne Von Brurer
 2014 Le mani dentro la citta’ (TV Series)
Agata Marruso

Episode #1.1 (2014) … Agata Marruso
 2014 The Red Band Society (TV Series)

Episode #1.2 (2014) … Carola
 2014 Freaks! (TV Series)

Segui il filo (2014) … Celeste
 2013 99899 (Short)
 2013 Margerita (Short)
 2011 Il commissario Manara (TV Series)

 2010 L’inquilino (Short)
 2010 Marco Guazzone: Love Will Save Us (Video short)
The Girl
 2010 Kiss Me Again
 2008 Photocrossing (Short)
Ragazza 2
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2013 Italia, un paese ospitale (Short)

Laara Sadiq

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Laara Sadiq

Laara Sadiq is an actress, known for 2012 (2009), Willard (2003) and Dragon Ball Z (1996).
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Actress (68 credits)
 2017 The Breadwinner
Fattema (voice)
 2017 The Arrangement (TV Series)
Quinn Dobsky

The Betrayal (2017) … Quinn Dobsky
 2017 Arrow (TV Series)
Councilwoman Pollard

Fighting Fire with Fire (2017) … Councilwoman Pollard
Spectre of the Gun (2017) … Councilwoman Pollard
 2016 Eyewitness (TV Series)
Bureau Director

Bless the Beast and the Children (2016) … Bureau Director
 2016 The Strain (TV Series)
Dr. Arva Somani

First Born (2016) … Dr. Arva Somani
 2016 Private Eyes (TV Series)
Krishna the Magnificent

Disappearing Act (2016) … Krishna the Magnificent
 2016 Baroness Von Sketch Show (TV Series)
President of Chinastra

I Can’t Believe This Used to Take Days (2016) … President of Chinastra
 2016 Special Correspondents
British Host
 2016/II Happily Ever After
 2016 The Stepchild (TV Movie)
Dr. Vaughn
 2016 Far Cry Primal (Video Game) (voice)
 2015 Hemlock Grove (TV Series)
Judge Sheila Kapoor

A Place to Fall (2015) … Judge Sheila Kapoor
 2013-2015 Heartland (TV Series)
Dr. Tricia Verani

Hotshot (2013) … Dr. Tricia Verani
Thread the Needle (2013) … Dr. Tricia Verani
Living the Moment (2013) … Dr. Tricia Verani
 2015 Rogue (TV Series)
ASA Sandra Berman

Beyond Judgment (2015) … ASA Sandra Berman
 2015 Killjoys (TV Series)
Mother Sal

Vessel (2015) … Mother Sal
 2014-2015 Remedy (TV Series)
Dr. Summers

Day One (2015) … Dr. Summers
Blood & Guts (2015) … Dr. Summers
 2012-2015 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (TV Series)
Dr. Anna / Additional Voices

Daniel Explores Nature/Daniel’s Nature Walk (2015) … Dr. Anna / Additional Voices
It’s Love Day/Daniel’s Love Day Surprise (2015) … Dr. Anna / Additional Voices
Daniel Fixes Trolley/Problem Solver Daniel (2014) … Dr. Anna / Additional Voices
 2014 Far Cry 4 (Video Game) (voice)
 2013 The Dick Knost Show
 2013 The Listener (TV Series)
Angela Harvey

House of Horror (2013) … Angela Harvey
 2013 Cracked (TV Series)
Ria Kush

No Traveller Returns (2013) … Ria Kush
 2012 Degrassi: The Next Generation (TV Series)

Walking on Broken Glass: Part 2 (2012) … Doctor
 2012 Martha Speaks (TV Series)

Eyes on the Skies/Camp Truman (2012) … (voice)
Verb Dog, When Action Calls!/Martha’s Adverb Adventure (2012) … (voice, as Loara Sadiq)
 2012 King (TV Series)
Jillian Saunders

Wendy Stetler (2012) … Jillian Saunders
 2012 The Firm (TV Series)
A.D.A. Helen Figgis

Chapter Eighteen (2012) … A.D.A. Helen Figgis
 2011 Michael: Every Day (TV Series)

Sweating (2011) … Renata
 2011 Covert Affairs (TV Series)
Safia Ramsay

 2010 Fringe (TV Series)
Carol Bryce

White Tulip (2010) … Carol Bryce
 2009/I 2012
British Newscaster
 2009 Flashpoint (TV Series)
Laleh Amiri

Just a Man (2009) … Laleh Amiri
 2009 Excited
 2008 Battlestar Galactica (TV Series)

Sine Qua Non (2008) … Priestess
Escape Velocity (2008) … Priestess
 2007 American Venus
Customs Officer #1
 2007 Kyle XY (TV Series)
Dr. Kheel

 2007 The Invisible
Ms. Barclay
 2006 Class of the Titans (TV Series)
Sybaris / Thalia

Sybaris Fountain (2006) … Sybaris / Thalia (voice)
 2006 Eight Below
Bureaucrat #3 (as Laara Sadig)
 2005 Frogger: Helmet Chaos (Video Game)
Berry / Blue (voice)
 2005 Frogger: Ancient Shadow (Video Game)
Berry / Lily (voice)
 2005 Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War – Winter Assault (Video Game)
Farseer Taldeer / Fire Dragons (voice, as Laura Sadiq)
 2005 Elemental gelade (TV Series)

Âku eiru (2005) … Orfus (English version, voice)
Jiyû he no shissô (2005) … Orfus (English version, voice)
Oburigâzu he no ketsui (2005) … Orfus (English version, voice)
Ano hi no tia doroppu (2005) … Orfus (English version, voice)
Sora to kaze no uta (2005) … Orfus (English version, voice)
 2004 Dead Like Me (TV Series)
Mrs. Brody

The Escape Artist (2004) … Mrs. Brody
 2004 Wild Card (TV Series)

Dr. Sidney Loses a Kidney (2004) … Yasmin
 2003 Gadget and the Gadgetinis (TV Series)

Claw’s Nephew (2003) … (voice)
Santa Claw (2003) … (voice)
Operation Get Gadget (2003) … (voice)
The Lost City of Gold (2003) … (voice)
 2003 Frogger’s Adventures: The Rescue (Video Game)
Mechanic Frog / Lily (voice)
 2003 Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (Video Game)
Isha / Noi / Xisa / … (voice)
 2003 Joe (Short) (voice)
 2003 Spook
 2003 Willard
Janice Mantis
 2002 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)
Yasmine Haleem

Upgrade (2002) … Yasmine Haleem
 2002 Cold Squad (TV Series)
Letter Analyst

Dead Letters (2002) … Letter Analyst
 2002 Dark Angel (TV Series)
Attending Nurse

Harbor Lights (2002) … Attending Nurse
 2002 The Outer Limits (TV Series)

The Human Factor (2002)
 1999-2001 Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century (TV Series)
Guest Voice

A Case of Identity (2001) … Guest Voice (voice)
The Adventure of the Mazarin Chip (2001) … Guest Voice (voice)
The Adventure of the Beryl Board (2001) … Guest Voice (voice)
The Adventure of the Creeping Man (2001) … Guest Voice (voice)
The Adventure of the Six Napoleons (2001) … Guest Voice (voice)
 2001 Da Vinci’s Inquest (TV Series)
Dr. Stroud’s Partner

Better Broke Than Naked (2001) … Dr. Stroud’s Partner
 2000 Personally Yours (TV Movie)
Maisie #2
 2000 They Nest (TV Movie)
Nurse #1
 1998-2000 Stargate SG-1 (TV Series)
Technician / Technician Davis / Female Technician / …

Upgrades (2000) … Technician Davis
Learning Curve (1999) … Technician
Fair Game (1999) … Technician
Spirits (1998) … Female Technician
 1999 Little Witch (TV Short)
Dippy Witch (voice)
 1999 Poltergeist: The Legacy (TV Series)

The Portents (1999) … Stephanie
 1996-1998 Dragon Ball Z (TV Series)
Chi-Chi / Nurse / Social Worker / …

Goku… Super Saiyan? (1998) … Chi-Chi (voice)
Enter Goku (1998) … Chi-Chi (voice)
The Ruthless Frieza (1997) … Chi-Chi (voice)
Face-Off on Namek (1997) … Chi-Chi (voice)
Who’s Who?! (1997) … Chi-Chi (voice)
 1997 Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (TV Mini-Series)

The Tree of Might: Part 2 (1997) … Chi-Chi (voice)
The Tree of Might: Part 1 (1997) … Chi-Chi (voice)
 1997 The X-Files (TV Series)
Female EMT

Leonard Betts (1997) … Female EMT
 1995 Live Bait
 1994 Madison (TV Series)

Treehuggers (1994) … Reporter (as Laura Sadiq)
 1989 Danger Bay (TV Series)
Sarah Roblin

Shaughnessy Island (1989) … Sarah Roblin


Ornella Muti was born on March 9, 1955 in Rome, Lazio, Italy as Francesca Romana Rivelli. She is an actress, known for Flash Gordon (1980), Tales of Ordinary Madness (1981) and Trilogy: Two (2002). She was previously married to Federico Fachinetti and Alessio Orano.
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Actress (110 credits)
 2016/IV Checkmate (Short) (completed)
 2016 Deep (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.3 (2016) … Gabriella
Episode #1.2 (2016) … Gabriella
Episode #1.1 (2016) … Gabriella
 2012 To Rome with Love
Pia Fusari
 2010 SOKO 5113 (TV Series)
Lavinia Bertone

Vendetta (2010) … Lavinia Bertone
 2009 Doc West (TV Movie)
Debra Downing
 2008 Io non ci casco
Professoressa Lamberti
 2008 Il sangue e la rosa (TV Series)
Barbara Forleis / Sfinge Rossa

Quarta puntata (2008) … Barbara Forleis / Sfinge Rossa
Terza puntata (2008) … Barbara Forleis / Sfinge Rossa
Seconda puntata (2008) … Barbara Forleis / Sfinge Rossa
Prima puntata (2008) … Barbara Forleis / Sfinge Rossa
 2007 Civico zero
 2007 Peopling the Palaces at Venaria Reale
Marchesa di Caraglio
 2007 Ma chi l’avrebbe mai detto… (TV Movie)
 2006 French Fried Vacation 3: Friends Forever
Graziella Sparaggi Lespinasse
 2005 Friday or Another Day
La mère de Philippe Rohan
 2005 A Life in Suitcases
Mathilde Figura
 2005 La bambina dalle mani sporche (TV Movie)
Wanda Rosso
 2004 Di que sí
Francesca, la directora
 2003 Le lion (TV Movie)
Sybil Bullit
 2002 Lo zio d’America (TV Series)

Episode #1.8 (2002) … Maria
Episode #1.7 (2002) … Maria
Episode #1.6 (2002) … Maria
Episode #1.5 (2002) … Maria
Episode #1.4 (2002) … Maria
 2001 Hotel
Flamenco Spokesperson
 2001 Last Run
 2001 Tomorrow
Stefania Zerenghi
 2001 Um Crime Nobre
Claudia Maccari
 2000 Un colpo al cuore (TV Movie)
Giulia Pascoli
 2000 Jet Set
Camilla Balbeck
 2000 The Unscarred
 2000 Tierra del fuego
 1999 Esther (TV Movie)
Queen Vashti
 1999 Dirty Linen
 1998 The Count of Monte Cristo (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (1998) … Mercedes
Episode #1.3 (1998) … Mercedes
Episode #1.2 (1998) … Mercedes
Episode #1.1 (1998) … Mercedes
 1998 L’inconnu de Strasbourg
Madeleine Wals
 1998 Widows
Maria Sommer
 1997 L’avvocato Porta (TV Series) (1997)
 1997 Mordbüro
Madame Béhar
 1996 Stella’s Favor
 1996 Pour rire!
Maître Alice Obini
 1995 Il grande Fausto (TV Movie)
Giulia la ‘Dama Bianca’
 1993 Estasi (TV Movie)
 1992 Non chiamarmi Omar
 1992 Once Upon a Crime…
Elena Morosco
 1991 Vacanze di Natale ’91
 1991 Especially on Sunday
Anna (segment “La domenica specialmente”)
 1991 Oscar
Sofia Provolone
 1990 A Season of Giants (TV Movie)
 1989 Wait Until Spring, Bandini
Maria Bandini
 1989 ‘O re
Maria Sofia of Austria
 1988 Codice privato
 1988 Il frullo del passero
 1987 Io e mia sorella
Silvia Piergentili
 1987 Chronicle of a Death Foretold
Angela Vicario
 1987 Casanova (TV Movie)
 1986 Stregati
 1986 Grandi magazzini
Ornella / Luisa
 1986 Deadly Nightmares (TV Series)
Sister Theresa

True Believer (1986) … Sister Theresa
 1984 The Future Is Woman
 1984 Bonnie e Clyde all’italiana
Rosetta Foschini – aka Giada
 1983 Rich and Poor
 1982 The Girl from Trieste
 1982 Love & Money
Catherine Stockheinz
 1981 Madly in Love
Principessa Cristina
 1981 Nessuno è perfetto
 1980 The Taming of the Scoundrel
Lisa Silvestri
 1978 Eutanasia di un amore
Ursenna aka Sena
 1978 Nest of Vipers
Elena Mazzarini
 1977 Viva Italia!
Autostoppista (segment “Autostop”) / Hostess (segment “Senza parole”)
 1977 The Bishop’s Bedroom
Matilde Scrosati in Berlusconi
 1976 Pure as a Lily
Lucia Mantuso
 1975 La joven casada
 1975 Leonor
 1974 Romanzo popolare
Vincenzina Rotunno Basletti
 1974 Appassionata
Eugenia Rutelli
 1974 Una chica y un señor
Caridad ‘Ariadna’
 1973 The Sensuous Sicilian
 1973 The Nun and the Devil
 1972 Fiorina la vacca
Teresa – daughter of Betta
 1972 Experiencia prematrimonial
Alejandra Espinosa
 1971 An Ideal Place to Kill
Ingrid Sjoman
 1971 Summer Affair


Louisette Geiss was born in Miami, Florida, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001), Dave’s Blind Date (2000) and Novel Romance (2006).
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Actress (27 credits)
 2014 The Flip Side (TV Movie)
Lady, Then & Now
 2012 Livin’ the Dream LA (TV Series)

Home Is Where the Heart Is (2012) … Paige
 2009 The Lost Nomads: Get Lost!
Girl with Spider
 2007 The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series)
Eileen Simpson

Episode #1.5143 (2007) … Eileen Simpson
 2007 The ½ Hour News Hour (TV Series)

Episode #1.13 (2007)
Episode #1.9 (2007) … Guest
 2006 Novel Romance
Swedish Pop
 2006 Saints Row (Video Game)
Radio Voice (voice)
 2003 Two and a Half Men (TV Series)

Pilot (2003) … Karen
 2003 Grounded for Life (TV Series)

Welcome to the Working Week (2003) … Kelly
 2003 The King of Queens (TV Series)
Mrs. Hofferman

Prints Charming (2003) … Mrs. Hofferman
 2002 All That (TV Series)

 2001 Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (Video)
Katie York
 2001 Strong Medicine (TV Series)

Drugstore Cowgirl (2001) … Marissa
 2001 Cahoots
 2000 Dave’s Blind Date (Short)
Lust Girl
 2000 Martial Law (TV Series)
Jewel Holland

Heartless (2000) … Jewel Holland
 2000 Angel (TV Series)

Expecting (2000) … Emily
 1999 Royal Standard (TV Movie)
 1999 Molly
Girlfriend (uncredited)
 1998 The Drew Carey Show (TV Series)

Drew Dates a Senior (1998) … Ellen
 1998 Diagnosis Murder (TV Series)

Murder x 4 (1998) … Receptionist
 1998 Silk Stalkings (TV Series)
Crime-Lab Technician

Sins of the Mother (1998) … Crime-Lab Technician
 1997 Champions
 1996 White Cargo
Party Girl
 1995 Streets of Darkness (Video)