HALLIE MEYERS-SHYER

Hallie Meyers-Shyer was born on July 26, 1987 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for Home Again (2017).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2001 The Affair of the Necklace
Demonstrating Girl
 2000 What Women Want
Girl at Lunch Counter (as Hallie Meyers Shyer)
 1998 The Parent Trap
Lindsay
 1995 Father of the Bride Part II
Annie Banks (Age 7)
 1994 I Love Trouble
Girl in Barn
 1991 Father of the Bride
Flower Girl
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SHELLY ALEXIS

Shelly Alexis is an actress and writer, known for Body Shots (2009), The Ali-wood Shuffle (2015) and 5 Minutes (2010).
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Actress (3 credits)
 2015 The Ali-wood Shuffle
Dream Sequence Female Customer / Dream Sequence Defense Attorney
 2010 5 Minutes (Short)
Holly Fuentes
 2009 Body Shots (TV Series)
Hostess

Summertime Drinks (2009) … Hostess
Hefferveisen (2009) … Hostess

CARLY MEYER

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Theatre TREVOR: The Musical Writer’s Theatre | Marc Bruni The Jimmy Awards Minskoff Theatre, New York Fiddler on the Roof Glenbrook North High School Little Shop of Horrors Glenbrook North High School Bare: A Pop Opera Another Door Theatre | Janet Louer Secret Garden Lake Forest Theatre Shrek The Musical Skokie Theatre | Stacey Flaster Magic Flute/Mozart Petite Opera Productions (adult) Godspell Wilmette Theatre | Janet Louer Hansel and Gretel(opera) Main Street Opera (adult) Into the Woods Northbrook Theater
Readings/Lab Presentations TREVOR: The Musical Writer’s Theatre| Marc Bruni
Singing Engagements Opening Anthem Pritzker Pavilion | Chicago Featured Medley Soloist Minskoff Theatre | New York Best Actress IL 2016/17 Playhouse Theater|Broadway In Chicago KIDZ ROC Clay Cooper Theater |Branson, MO Valslist Concert Series
Height: 5’5″
Ensemble Soloist/Ensemble Hodel Crystal(trio) Tanya/Cherub Mary Fiona Spirit One Joanne Ballerina/Chorus Cinderella
Ensemble
Broadway in Chicago The Jimmy Awards IHSMTA Featured Soloist Featured Soloist Chicago Area
Performance

TROIAN BELLISARIO

Troian Bellisario, daughter of producers Donald P. Bellisario and Deborah Pratt, made her film debut at the age of 3 in Last Rites (1988). She made several TV and movie appearances in her teens (most of the TV appearances were in shows produced by her father) before attending the University of Southern California. She rose to worldwide prominence …
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Actress (37 credits)
 2018/III Clara
Clara
 2018 We Are Here (Short)
Woman
 2017 Feed
Olivia
 2010-2017 Pretty Little Liars (TV Series)
Spencer Hastings / Alex Drake

Til DeAth Do Us PArt (2017) … Spencer Hastings / Alex Drake
Farewell, My Lovely (2017) … Spencer Hastings
Choose or Lose (2017) … Spencer Hastings
Driving Miss Crazy (2017) … Spencer Hastings
The Glove That Rocks the Cradle (2017) … Spencer Hastings
 2016 Sister Cities (TV Movie)
Baltimore
 2015 Martyrs
Lucie
 2015 Suits (TV Series)
Claire

Mea Culpa (2015) … Claire
Fork in the Road (2015) … Claire
 2015 Still a Rose (Short)
Juliet
 2015/II Amy (Short)
Amy
 2015 Surf Noir (Short)
Lacey
 2014 Pa-gents with Chris Pine (Short)
Cathryn Crest
 2014 Immediately Afterlife (Short)
Bennett
 2013 Hey Tucker! (TV Mini-Series)
Troian

Pretty Little Troian (2013) … Troian
Pretty Little Liars (2013) … Troian
 2013 Exiles (Short)
Juliet
 2012-2013 Lauren (TV Series)
Lauren

Episode #2.12 (2013) … Lauren
Episode #2.11 (2013) … Lauren
Episode #2.10 (2013) … Lauren
Episode #2.8 (2013) … Lauren
Episode #2.7 (2013) … Lauren
 2013 C.O.G.
Jennifer
 2012 Joyful Girl (Short)
Belle
 2012 The Come Up (Short)
Jessica
 2012 Pleased to Meet You
Carson
 2011 A November (Video short)
Girlfriend
 2010 Peep World
Film Set P.A. (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
 2010 Consent
Amanda
 2009 Intersect (Short)
Victoria
 2009 Before the Cabin Burned Down (Short)
Meg
 2007 Archer House (Short)
Tatum (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
 2006 Unspoken (Video short)
Jani (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
 2005-2006 NCIS (TV Series)
Sarah McGee

Twisted Sister (2006) … Sarah McGee
Red Cell (2005) … Sarah McGee
 2002 First Monday (TV Series)
Kimberly Baron

Strip Search (2002) … Kimberly Baron
Dangerous Words (2002) … Kimberly Baron
 1998 Billboard Dad (Video)
Kristen
 1998 JAG (TV Series)
Erin Terry

Tiger, Tiger (1998) … Erin Terry
 1997 Girlfriends (Short)
Cassie Palmer
 1992 Tequila and Bonetti (TV Series)
Teresa Garcia

The Rose Cadillac (1992) … Teresa Garcia (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
 1990 Quantum Leap (TV Series)
Teresa Bruckner

Another Mother – September 30, 1981 (1990) … Teresa Bruckner (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
 1988 Last Rites
Nuzo’s Daughter (as Troian Avery Bellisario)

Renae Ayris

Renae Ayris

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Renae Ayris (2012)
Born
Renae Ayris

(1990-09-17) 17 September 1990 (age 28)

Height 1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Title Miss Universe Australia 2012
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Blue
Major
competition(s)
Miss Universe Australia 2012
(Winner)
Miss Universe 2012
(3rd Runner-Up)

Renae Ayris (born 17 September 1990) is an Australian dancer, model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Australia 2012[1][2] and placed 3rd Runner-Up at the Miss Universe 2012 pageant. In 2014 she appeared in the starring role of Shannon Noll‘s music video for his single We Only Live Once[3]

Pageantry[edit]

Miss Universe Australia 2012[edit]

Ayris won the Miss Universe Australia competition on 9 June 2012 in a ceremony held at Melbourne’s Sofitel Hotel, outdoing 35 other delegates from across the country. This confirmed her place in the Miss Universe pageant. As Miss Universe Australia, Ayris got the opportunity to travel around her country working for charities, events, and photoshoots, and most recently worked in China with Operation Smile Australia, is a nonprofit medical service organization which provides cleft lip and palate repair surgeries to children.

Miss Universe 2012[edit]

Ayris represented Australia at Miss Universe 2012 on 19 December 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. She finished fourth overall (3rd Runner-Up), ahead of Gabriela Markus (Brazil) and behind Irene Esser (Venezuela), Janine Tugonon (Philippines) and eventual winner Olivia Culpo (USA) (her roommate).

Appearance in Reality shows[edit]

Ayris was a contestant in the Australian reality television series, ‘Celebrity Splash!’.[when?]

In 2016 Ayris was cast in the second season of SBS TV series First Contact.[4
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Self (4 credits)
 2016 First Contact (TV Series documentary)
Herself

Episode #2.3 (2016) … Herself
Episode #2.2 (2016) … Herself
Episode #2.1 (2016) … Herself
 2013 Celebrity Splash! Australia (TV Series)
Herself

Heat 1 (2013) … Herself
 2012 Miss Universe 2012 (TV Special)
Herself – Australia
 2012 Miss Universe Australia (TV Special)
Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2016 A Current Affair (TV Series)
Herself

Ray Martin’s First Contact (2016) … Herself

 

Öykü Karayel

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Öykü Karayel

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Öykü Karayel
Born (1990-08-20) 20 August 1990 (age 28)

Istanbul, Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Education Istanbul Girls High School
Alma mater Istanbul University State Conservatory
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present
Spouse(s)
Can Bonomo (m. 2018)

Öykü Karayel (born 20 August 1990) is a Turkish actress.

Life and career[edit]

Born in 1990 in Istanbul, Öykü Karayel graduated from Çemberlitaş Girls High School. She has a twin sister.[1] After receiving a short period of training at Kenter Theater, she entered the Theater Department of the State Conservatory of Istanbul University in 2007.[2] While she was still a conservatory student she played the lead character of Ayşe in the movie Güzel Şeyler Bizim Tarafta. Her performance in a play at Theatre Krek was drawn to the attention of the screenwriter Ece Yörenç. At the time he was searching a new actor for the TV series Kuzey Güney to play the character Cemre and she was chosen for it. At the end of June 2017 she started acting in a TV series called Kalp Atışı playing the role of Eylül Erdem.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film / Series Role Note Genre
2005 Beni Unutma Aygül Guest star, TV series Drama
2010 Güzel Şeyler Bizim Tarafta Ayse Leading, movie Drama
2011–2013 Kuzey Güney Cemre Çayak Tekinoğlu Leading, TV series Drama, romance, action
2013 Katil Joe Dottie Smith Leading, movie Drama, horror
2014–2015 Kara Para Aşk İpek[3] Guest star, TV series Drama, action
2015 Bulantı Aslı Leading, movie Drama
2015 Dust Azra Naziri Leading, movie Drama
2016 Muhteşem Yüzyıl Kösem Dilruba Sultan Guest star, TV series Drama, historic
2017 Kalp Atışı Eylül Erdem Denizoğlu Leading, TV series Drama, romance, action
2017 İşe Yarar Bir Şey Canan Leading, movie Drama
2018 Put Şeylere Elif Leading, movie Fantasy
2018 Muhteşem İkili Yağmur Leading, TV series Drama, action

Theater[edit]

Awards[edit]

Awards
Year Award Category Result
2011 16. Sadri Alışık Cinema and Theater Awards Efes Special Award Won[4]
2011 Theater Critics Association Young Talent Award Won
2014 Haydarpaşa High School Best Actress Won[5]
2014 Gecce.com Awards The Most Beautiful Turkish Actress Nominated
2015 19. Sadri Alışık Cinema and Theater Awards Best Actress Won
2016 53rd Anatalya International Film Festival Best Actress Won
2017 86th Izmir International Film Festival Best Actress Won
2017 Malatya International Film Festival Best Actress Won
2017 Shanghai International Film Festival Best Actress Won
2017 5th Bosphorus Sinema International Best Actress Won
2017 Pantene Altın Kelebek Best Couple with Gökhan Alkan Won
2017 Kristal Ekran Awards Best Actress Won
2017 Marie Claire Magazine Best Couple with Gökhan Alkan Won
2017 Turkey Youth Awards Best Actress Won
2017 20th Hürriyet Awards Best Couple with Gökhan Alkan Won
2017 KTÜ Media Awards Best Actress Won
2017 Academy Quality Awards Best Actress Won
2017 Televizyon Dizisi.com Awards Best Actress Won
2017 ShowTV Yılının Awards Best Actress Won
2018 KTÜ Media Awards Best Actress Won
2018 Sadri Alisik Awards Best Actress Won
2018 Elazığ Sinema Awards Best Actress Won
2018 Flying Broom International Film Festival Best Actress Won

Billie D. Merritt

Ashley was born in Dallas, Texas and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her career in film, dance and music spans over 20 years, though her professional acting career began at age ten working regionally in TV and Film. Ashley can be seen in season 3 of USA’s “Queen of the South” and season 1 of AMC’s “The Son”- portraying Indigenous American …
Actress (22 credits)
  Major Players: Ray Ray vs the Monster (announced)
Monique (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2018/XXIII Broken (pre-production)
Jordan (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2018 Prep School #Problems (TV Mini-Series) (filming)
Blair (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2018 Heavenly (Short) (completed)
Ashley (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2018 Queen of the South (TV Series)
Woman #1

El Carro (2018) … Woman #1 (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2018 Murder Made Me Famous (TV Series)
Shayanna Jenkins

Aaron Hernandez (2018) … Shayanna Jenkins (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2018 The Price of Fame (TV Series)
Denise Matthews / Vanity

Prince (2018) … Denise Matthews / Vanity (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2017/IV The Cure (Short)
Dr. Senceria Grathree (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2017 The Son (TV Series)
Tiny Dove

Second Empire (2017) … Tiny Dove (as Ashley D. Merritt)
The Plum Tree (2017) … Tiny Dove (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2017 Sequences (TV Mini-Series)
Dasha

Pilot (2017) … Dasha (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2016 The Last Laugh Presents (TV Series)
Melissa

Cigarettes (2016) … Melissa (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2016 Christina Grimmie: The Ballad of Jessica Blue (Video short)
Ann (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2016 Daylight’s End
Brandi ( VR Trailer) (uncredited)
 2016 The Tattoo (Short)
Extra (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2016 Dirty Grandpa
Spring Break Student (uncredited)
 2014 Punch Rolla
Nicole (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2013 High School Honeys (Short)
Jasmine (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2013 Sideline Confessions
Valerie (as Ashley Merritt)
 2012 Cowgirls ‘n Angels
Brooke (as Ashley Merritt)
 2011 Bad News (Short)
Casey (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2010 Awkward Silences (Short)
Lauren (as Ashley D. Merritt)
 2005 Elizabethtown
Daughter (uncredited)

SUSANA GIBB

Firmly established in the North Texas film industry, Susana Gibb graduated from the University of North Texas with a major in Theater and a minor in English. With a wide array of feature film, 200 plus commercial and music video credits, Susana has most notably appeared in “Dr. T and the Women” for director Robert Altman, played Chris Kattan’s …
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Actress (47 credits)
 2018 The Harrowing (completed)
Nurse Decker
 2017 Bad Kids of Crestview Academy
Mrs. Jackson
 2016 The Sector
Dresher’s Moll
 2016 Daylight’s End
Madeline
 2016/I Element
Anna
 2015 A Horse Tale
Nikki
 2015/I Son (Short)
The Mother
 2015 Sunny in the Dark
Sandy
 2015 V.O. The Show (TV Series)
Costanze

Braughmadeus (2015) … Costanze
 2015 Take My Body (Short)
Sarah Ross
 2014 Morganville: The Series (TV Mini-Series)
Teacher

Sucks to Be You (2014) … Teacher
 2014 First Kill (TV Series)
Gwen Thoma

Timothy Krajcir (2014) … Gwen Thoma
 2014 Darker by the Minute (Short)
Marion
 2013 Finding Nic (TV Short)
Nic
 2013 Suburbanite
Sylvia
 2013 Phobia
Lesley’s Mother
 2012 Crazy Enough
Lorna Mulberry
 2010-2012 Sons of the Brotherhood (TV Series)
Callie / Callie Anderson

Back to Homebase (2012) … Callie
The Siege Pt.2 (2012) … Callie
The Siege (2012) … Callie Anderson
War Games (2012) … Callie (uncredited)
Baby Talk (2012) … Callie
 2012 Odds or Evens (Short)
Lisa
 2012 Are We Listening? (Short)
Susan
 2012 Hope on the Airwaves (Short)
Judy
 2011 Raspberry Jam (Short)
Woman Driver
 2011 God’s Pub (Short)
God
 2010 Exposed (TV Series)
Art Professor

Rule of Thirds (2010) … Art Professor
 2010 Earthling
Dr. Sibley
 2009 Angela’s Body (Short)
Angela
 2009 By the Devil’s Hands
Jamie Anderson
 2009 The Night We Died (Short)
Fran
 2009 The Other Side of Paradise
Courtney Hewitt
 2009 Pink (TV Series)
Annie (Party Host)

Think. Different. (2009) … Annie (Party Host)
 2008 Opal White (Short)
Cecelia
 2008 Technophiliac (Short)
Ivy
 2008 Karma Police
Receptionist #1
 2006-2007 Inspector Mom (TV Series)
Sandra Daines / Sandra

Rake Your Thieves (2007) … Sandra Daines
The Haunted House Horror (2007) … Sandra
Mother Goose Murder (2007) … Sandra Daines
A Pinch of Death (2006) … Sandra Daines
Casualty Friday (2006) … Sandra Daines
 2007 Inspector Mom: Kidnapped in Ten Easy Steps (TV Movie)
Sandra Daines
 2006 A House Divided (TV Movie)
Young woman screaming
 2006 Inspector Mom (TV Movie)
Sandra Daines
 2006 After Sundown (Video)
Shannon
 2006 Perfect Disasters (TV Series documentary)
Anna Abbott

Super Tornado (2006) … Anna Abbott
 2005 Falling Hard
Sarah
 2004 A Killer Within
Nikki Spider
 2004 Seventy-8
Alice Rowlands
 2004 Night Dawn Day (Short)
Woman at Party
 2001 The Rage Within
Lana
 2000 Dr. T & the Women
Dr. T’s Patient
 2000 Hell Swarm (TV Movie)
Co-worker (uncredited)
 1998/I Detention
Julie

FARAH WHITE

Farah White, was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and began acting professionally in 1999. She started landing roles in film and commercials almost immediately. She’s won over directors and fellow actors in such hits as “Miss Congeniality” (2000), “Serving Sara” (2001) and “Hate Crime” (2005). Her role in “Hate Crime” as a struggling detective and…
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Actress (52 credits)
 2019 To the Stars (post-production)
Barbara Dell
 2018 Howlers
Bartender – Temple Wells
 2018 This Is a Love Story (TV Series)
Preston

The Trip (2018) … Preston (voice)
 2018 Heavy Chemistry (Short)
Newscaster
 2017 Finding Glory
Jordan Jensen
 2017 Segfault
Coyote
 2017 Ripped
Julie
 2016 Broken (TV Series)
Rose Chastain

Pilot … Rose Chastain
 2016 Aaron’s Blood
Karen
 2016 Daylight’s End
Annabelle
 2015 Chloe’s Hope (Short)
Kitty
 2014 Focus Puller
Mary Jo
 2014 Flutter
Lauren
 2013 Descanso Means a Place to Rest (Short)
Grieving Woman
 2013 The Education of Eddie and Mortimer (TV Movie)
Sexy Producer
 2013 Two Story (Short)
 2013 My Dog the Champion
Faith
 2013 5 Souls
Woman in Red
 2013/II Slash (Short)
Mom (uncredited)
 2012 Cubicle Cowboy (TV Movie)
Sunny Starks
 2012 The Troubadoors (TV Series)
Client

National Bosses Day (2012) … Client
 2012 Lunch Break (TV Series)
Saunders

Job Promotion (2012) … Saunders
House Calls (2012) … Saunders
Re-Boot (2012) … Saunders (credit only)
F.M.L. (2012) … Saunders (credit only)
Stick Finger (2012) … Saunders (credit only)
 2011 The Lying Game (TV Series)
Danni Samuels

Sex, Lies and Hard Knocks High (2011) … Danni Samuels
 2011 Duke Nukem Forever (Video Game)
Females (English version, voice)
 2011 Dallywood (TV Series)
Amy Starmaker

The Pilot (2011) … Amy Starmaker
 2011 Traveling
Sarah
 2011 God’s Pub (Short)
Jessica
 2011 The Legend of Hell’s Gate: An American Conspiracy
Madam Whitney (uncredited)
 2011 Angel Dog
Caroline Mason
 2011 Sedona
Jude
 2010 Flatline
Nurse / Mother
 2010 Mind of Its Own
Mom
 2010 The Good Guys (TV Series)
Pam MacIntyre

Broken Door Theory (2010) … Pam MacIntyre
 2010/I The Final
Angie the Reporter
 2009 Bollywood Beats
Elizabeth
 2009 By the Devil’s Hands
Michelle Walker
 2009 The Locker
Kate Walsh
 2009 Bandslam
Sa5m’s Mom
 2009 ExTerminators
Marsha
 2006 Fallen Angels
Tamela
 2005 Hate Crime
Det. Elizabeth Fisher
 2004 Seventy-8
June Olsen
 2004 Suburban Nightmare (Video)
Stacy Simmons
 2004 Find Her, Keep Her (Short)
Meg
 2003 Screen Door Jesus
Rouella
 2002 Serving Sara
Woman in Elevator (uncredited)
 2000 House of the Generals
Liza Kharacter
 2000 Miss Congeniality
Belinda Brown, Miss Tennessee