Yami Gautam

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Indian film actress
Yami Gautam
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Gautam in 2018
Born (1988-11-28) 28 November 1988 (age 30)

Residence Mumbai,[2] India
Nationality Indian
Education Panjab University
Occupation Film actress, model
Years active 2008–present
Parent(s) Mukesh Gautam
Anjali Gautam
Family Surilie Gautam (younger sister)

Yami Gautam (born 28 November 1988[3]) is an Indian film actress[4] and model who predominantly appears in Hindi films. She has also appeared in a few Telugu, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam and Tamil films. In addition to acting, she is a prominent celebrity endorser for brands and products.

In 2012, Gautam made her Bollywood debut with the film Vicky Donor.[5] Upon release, the film was a critical and commercial success, and Gautam gained positive reviews and several nominations for her performance.[6][7]

Gautam then starred as a strong wife in the action thriller Action Jackson (2014), a young woman in the crime thriller Badlapur (2015), a high-school girl in the romance Sanam Re (2016), a blind woman in the romantic thriller Kaabil (2017) and a lawyer in the social-problem film Batti Gul Meter Chalu (2018). Her highest-grossing release came with the action thriller Uri: The Surgical Strike (2019), which ranks among the highest-grossing films of all time.

Early life and background[edit]

Yami Gautam was born in a Hindu family in Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh and was brought up in Chandigarh.[1][8] Her father Mukesh Gautam is a Punjabi film director. Her mother is Anjali Gautam.[9] Yami has a younger sister Surilie Gautam, who made her big screen debut with the Punjabi film Power Cut.[10][11][12] She did her regular schooling, and later entered college to pursue a graduate degree in law honours. She had aspired to join Indian Administrative Services (IAS) as a young girl, but at the age of 20, Yami decided to start her acting career.[13] Though she was pursuing studies in Law Honors (first-year PU Student of law), she left full-time studies for acting. Recently, she has been doing her part-time graduation from Mumbai.[14] Yami is fond of reading, interior decoration and listening to music.[14]


Gautam was twenty when she moved to Mumbai to pursue a career in movies.[15] She made her television debut with Chand Ke Paar Chalo, which was followed by Raajkumar Aaryyan. Following this, she played her most notable role in Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam,[16] which aired on Colors.[17] Furthermore, she participated in the reality shows Meethi Choori No 1 and Kitchen Champion Season 1.

Film career (2010–present)[edit]

Gautam made her film debut in the Kannada film Ullasa Utsaha. Though the film failed at the box office, Gautam received positive reviews for her performance.[18]

Gautam later made her Bollywood debut with Vicky Donor, in which she starred opposite Ayushmann Khurrana.[19] She played the role of the Bengali girl Ashima Roy, a girl who falls in love with a Punjabi boy with a past. Despite its small budget, the movie became a major commercial success and received critical appreciation.[6][7]

Yami Gautam with Ajay Devgn during trailer launch of their film Action Jackson (2014)

Gautam received appreciation for her performance. Taran Adarsh writes: “Yami Gautam makes an imposing debut. She adds enormous value to the movie by her act, screen presence and striking looks. She’s truly admirable towards the latter part of the film.”[20] Madhureeta Mukherjee adds that Gautam “is a sheer delight to watch, emoting effortlessly.”[21] She made her Telugu debut with the 2011 film Nuvvila, directed by Ravi Babu. She signed for her second film in Kollywood with Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum opposite Jai. Her second Hindi film was Eeshwar Nivas‘s Total Siyapaa, opposite Ali Zafar, produced by Reliance Entertainment and Neeraj Pandey, which was released in 2014.

Gautam has completed filming for Prabhu Deva‘s Action Jackson opposite Ajay Devgan and for Sriram Raghavan‘s Badlapur opposite Varun Dhawan. Apart from those, she is busy in shooting the Tamil film Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum and a Telugu film Courier Boy Kalyan.[22][23] In 2016, she acted in Divya Khosla Kumar‘s romantic film Sanam Re.

She also acted in the romantic film Junooniyat.[24] In February 2016, she signed Sanjay Gupta‘s revenge drama Kaabil, produced by Rakesh Roshan, in which she co-starred opposite Hrithik Roshan.[25] The film which released in January 2017 received positive reviews from critics and was a box office success.[26][27]

In October 2016, she signed Ram Gopal Varma‘s Sarkar 3, which is the third part of his Sarkar series.[28][29][30] She stated that ‘Sarkar 3’ was a great opportunity for her as a performer.[31]

In January 2018, she signed Batti Gul Meter Chalu starring along Shahid Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor.[32]

In January 2019, she along with Vicky Kaushal starred in the film Uri: The Surgical Strike made a huge box office collection of ₹70.94 Crore at the opening week and went on to collect ₹160.78 Crore till 18th day of its release. The film is set to become the 1st Blockbuster Hindi Movie of 2019[33]

Brand endorsements[edit]

Her brand endorsements include Fair & Lovely, Cornetto, Samsung Mobile, Chevrolet, and many other brands.[34]


Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Language Notes
2009 Ullasa Utsaha Mahalakshmi Kannada
2011 Ek Noor Rabiha Punjabi
Nuvvila Archana Telugu
2012 Vicky Donor Ashima Roy Hindi
Hero Gauri Menon Malayalam
2013 Gouravam Yazhini Tamil
Yamini Telugu
Yuddham Madhumita
2014 Total Siyapaa Asha Hindi
Action Jackson Anusha
2015 Badlapur Misha Verma
Courier Boy Kalyan Kavya Telugu
2016 Sanam Re Shruti Hindi
Junooniyat Suhani Kapoor
Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum Kavya Tamil
2017 Kaabil Supriya Bhatnagar Hindi
Sarkar 3 Annu Karkare Hindi
2018 Batti Gul Meter Chalu Advocate Gulnaar Rizvi Hindi
2019 Uri: The Surgical Strike Pallavi Sharma/Jasmine Almeida


Year Show Role Channel
2008 Chand Ke Paar Chalo Sana NDTV Imagine
Raajkumar Aaryyan Rajkumari Bhairvi NDTV Imagine
2009 Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam Leher Mathur Vajpayee Colors
2010 Meethi Choori No 1 Contestant Imagine TV
Kitchen Champion Season 1 Colors
2013 CID – Episode 642 – Kabarwali Ladki Ananya Sony TV

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Film Result
2012 5th Boroplus Gold Awards Rising Film Stars From TV Vicky Donor Won[35]
Bhaskar Bollywood Awards Fresh Entry of the Year Nominated[36]
People’s Choice Awards India Favorite Debut Actor (Male/Female) Nominated[37]
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor (Film) Debut – Female Won[38]
2013 ETC Bollywood Business Awards Most Profitable Debut (Female) Nominated[39]
Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut Nominated[40]
Screen Awards Most Promising Newcomer – Female Nominated[41]
Zee Cine Awards Best Female Debut Won[42]
Stardust Awards Best Actress Nominated[43]
Superstar of Tomorrow – Female Nominated[43]
Star Guild Awards Best Female Debut Nominated[44]
Times of India Film Awards Best Debut – Female Nominated[45]
IIFA Awards Star Debut of the Year – Female Won[46]
2017 Lux Golden Rose Awards Versatile Beauty of the Year Award N/A Nominated[47]
Lux Golden Rose Awards Break Through Performer Of The Year Award Kaabil Nominated[47]

Other honours[edit]

  • 2013: iTimes’s No. 12 Most Desirable Woman of 2012.[48


Patricia de Leon (actress)

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Patricia de Leon
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de Leon in August 2011
Patricia Michelle de León

(1976-01-02) January 2, 1976 (age 43)

Nationality Panamanian
Occupation Actress, model, television host
Years active 1990–present
Website patriciadeleon.com

Patricia Michelle de León (Spanish pronunciation: [paˈtɾisja ðe leˈon], born in Panama City, Panama) is a Panamanian actress, TV host, model and beauty pageant title holder. She started working as a model at an early age. After being crowned Miss Panama (1995), she hosted La Corte de Familia and La Corte del Pueblo on Telemundo. She was also featured on Juez Franco on TV Azteca, and the Billboard Latino. From her work on Univision, de Leon obtained roles on American TV, including Lincoln Heights, Cold Case, and Crossing Jordan. Her movie role include The Pool Boys (where she plays the Latina Julia).

Early life and education[edit]

De Leon was a contestant in Miss Panama (now Señorita Panamá), she finished in third place and was crowned Miss Hispanidad 1995[1] at 19 years of age. Her debut on TV was doing the weather for a local station in Panama TVN-Channel 2, followed by featuring as an anchor and a reporter for a news program on the same network. She also created, produced and hosted a tourism show for RPC TV/MEDCOM.[2]

She became an actress in Hollywood [3] by accepting the role of “La Llorona del Río”. She has been able to pursue both the Hispanic and American market. She has been featured on shows like Cold Case, Crossing Jordan, Lincoln Heights for ABC Family, La Corte del Pueblo for Telemundo, Perro Amor for the same network, and The Chicago Code for Fox Network, and in films like “How the Garcia Girls spent their summer”, “All in”, “Love Orchard” and “Pool Boys”.


Patricia de Leon is a big supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) [4] in the Hispanic community and believes in spreading the word about the benefits of being a vegetarian. [5] She currently plays an active role in stopping bullfights around the world and was recently the image for PETA’s campaign against bullfights.[6]

She is also the spokesperson for “One Love Foundation”, which defends the rights and fights against the discrimination of the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Community. [7]


de León in 2010

  • Rica Famosa Latina (2017) as herself
  • Scorpion (2017) as Lucinda
  • Notorious (2016) as Silvia Baez
  • A Christmas Reunion (2015) as Janette Crowder
  • NCIS (1 episode: “The Artful Dodger”) (2015) as Gloria Hernandez
  • Confessions of a Womanizer (2014) as Patricia
  • Fighting for Freedom (2013) as Maria
  • Bad Ass (post-production) (2011) as Marissa
  • The Chicago Code (1 episode: “Black Hand and the Shotgun Man”) (2011) as Beatrice Romero
  • Men of a Certain Age (6 episodes) as Fantasy woman
  • Lincoln Heights (4 episodes ) as Sofia/Sophia Muñoz
  • Crossing Jordan (1 episode: “Isolation”) (2007) as Magda Garcia
  • Cold Case (1 episode: “Baby Blues”) as Marta Chavez – 1982
  • Ghost Whisperer (1 episode: “Drowned Lives”) (2006) as Policewoman
  • All of Us (1 episode: “Wedding Dance” (2004) as an Actress
  • The Chicago Code (2011) Beatrice Romero
  • Perro amor (23 episodes) as Jennifer Lopez
  • The Pool Boys (2010) as Julia
  • Mr. Sadman (2009) as Maria
  • Crossing Jordan (TV series) (2007) as Magda Garcia
  • Blue Lake Massacre (2007)
  • Ghost Whisperer (TV series) (2006) as Policewoman
  • Drowned Lives (2006) as Policewoman
  • All In (2006) as Maria
  • Cloud 9 (2006) as Corazon
  • How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer (2005) as soap opera actress
  • All of Us (TV series) (2004)
  • The Master of Disguise (2002) as Waitress
  • La llorona del río (short) (2001) as Esperanza
  • A Design for a Life (short) (2001) as The Wife
  • La Corte de Familia (TV series) (2001) as Interviewer
  • La Corte del Pueblo (TV series) (2003) as Interviewer
  • Juez Franco (TV series) (2008) as Interviewer


Sofía Lama

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Lama (center) in 2018 along to other actors
Sofía Lama Stamatiades[1]

(1987-06-09) 9 June 1987 (age 31)[1]

Occupation Actress
Years active 1993–present[1]

Sofía Lama (Spanish pronunciation: [soˈfi.a (e)sˈtamaˈtjaðes]; born Sofía Lama Stamatiades on June 9, 1987 in Puebla, Mexico) is a Mexican actress of Greek descent.

Sofia Lama was born in Puebla, Mexico, a state in the center of Mexico . She started acting at the age of 11 and was the star of several TV shows for kids including Disney Club with Disney Channel Mexico.

At the age of 18 Sofia moved to Mexico City. She starred in the musical “Grease” playing “Frenchie” and toured successfully throughout Mexico. She continued her passion for theater and had lead roles in several plays in Mexico City such as “Las Arpias” & “El ultimo Aliento”. Sofia also studied film for 3 years at the Estudios Cinematograficos INIDI. She took acting classes with Adriana Barraza (Oscar nominated for BABEL) and studied with Juan Carlos Corazza (Spain).

Sofia worked consistently in Mexican television before getting the opportunity to travel to Miami and begin her career in the U.S Hispanic Market.

With now over 12 Series Regular credits under her belt, Sofia has become one of the most well known faces in both Latin America and the U.S Hispanic Market. Her series with NBC Universal/Telemundo include Pecados ajenos, Sin senos no hay paraíso, La casa de al lado & Dueños del Paraíso (where she starred opposite Kate Del Castillo & Adriana Barraza) have aired in more than 100 countries worldwide and streamed on Netflix.

One of Sofia’s most important roles was “Alicia Gonzalez” in the acclaimed and popular Univision series “Eva Luna”. Its finale drew more than 9.1 million viewers in the U.S. and she became one of the most popular young actresses in the Latin Market.

Sofia had the lead role of “Fernanda” in the 2015 film “Desde El Mas Alla” which she also produced. The film was a critical success and toured in the most influential film festivals in Mexico. That same year she played ‘Vanessa’ in the romantic comedy “Enamorandome de Abril”.

In 2016 she played “Elizabeth Cardenas”, one of the series regulars on “Eva La Trailera” for NBC Universal/Telemundo.

In 2017 she will star in the Fox International/Telemexico series “Guerra De Idolos”. The story revolves around the death of a regional Mexican music idol and showcases the lives of those who manage and control the Latin music business in the U.S.


Film roles
Year Title Roles Notes
2010 Más sabe el diablo: El primer golpe Young Esperanza Salvador
2015 Enamorándome de Abril Vanessa
2017 Desde el más allá Fernanda
Television roles
Year Title Roles Notes
1993 El peñón del amaranto Child Amaranta
2004 Soñarás Huesitos
2004 La vida es una canción Marisol 3 episodes
2007 Lo que la gente cuenta Unknown role Episode: “La monja”
2007–2008 Pecados ajenos Gloria Mercenario 163 episodes
2008 Decisiones Nora Episode: “Al ataque”
2008–2009 Sin senos no hay paraíso Julieta Riva Palas 56 episodes
2009 Más sabe el diablo Young Esperanza Salvador Episode: “Sentencia divina”
2009 Vidas cruzadas Lucy
2010 Eva Luna Alicia González 108 episodes
2011–2012 La casa de al lado Hilda González 158 episodes
2012 Mia Mundo Stef Episode: “Listen to Your Heart”
2012–2013 Rosa diamante Andrea Fernández
2012 Lado B Maya Television film
2013 Descarri-lados Ivonne
2013 Dama y obrero Mireya Gómez
2015 Dueños del paraíso Silvana Cardona 38 episodes
2016 Eva la trailera Elizabeth “Betty” Cárdenas 68 episodes
2017 Guerra de ídolos Gilda Solar 53 episodes
2017 Designated Survivor Gloria Menez Episode: “Equilibrium”
2018 Chicago PD Marcella Gomez Episode: “Chasing Monsters”


Pixie Le Knot was born as Jennifer Keith. She is known for her work on Game of Thrones (2011), Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (2018) and The Devil Inside (2012).
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Actress (7 credits)
 2019 The Seething (Short)
 2018 The Sidemen Show (TV Series)

 2018/III Apex (Short)
 2017 Dawning of the Dead
Zombie Contortionist
 2016 My Feral Heart
The Girl
 2014 It Never Sleeps
 2013-2014 Game of Thrones (TV Series)

The Lion and the Rose (2014) … Kayla
Walk of Punishment (2013) … Kayla


Ashley Kirk is an aspiring actress who grew up in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Determined to make a career for herself in the modeling field she moved to Miami. She quickly succeeded in that field. Restless and determined to take it to the next level, she moved out to LA to pursue acting. One of her first gigs as an actress will be a leading role in
Actress (3 credits)
 2016 Precious Cargo
 2015 Vice
 2013/I Pawn


Charlotte Kirk was born in Kent, England. Her passion for acting began at the age of 11 when she saw Gone with the Wind for the first time and fell in love with both the stage and screen alike. Taking her first steps in theatre, she performed in Greek tragedies ‘Agamemnon’ and ‘Arturo Ui’, along with plays such as ‘A Christmas Carol’, ‘Oliver …
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Actress (18 credits)
  The Reckoning (pre-production)
Evelyn Haverstock
 2019 Nicole & O.J. (post-production)
Nicole Brown Simpson
 2018 Ocean’s Eight
 2017 First Kill
News Anchor
 2017 The Depths
 2016 No Place to Fall (Short)
 2016 Shero (Short)
Elizabeth Jones
 2016 The Demo
Jessica Davis
 2016 Kat Fight! (TV Movie)
Russian Bride
 2016 Marauders
Vanessa’s Receptionist
 2016 How to Be Single
Bachelorette Tiffany
 2015 Black Dog, Red Dog
 2015 Vice
 2014 Non-Stop
Amy Harris (uncredited)
 2013 Fractured


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Charlotte Hope

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Charlotte Hope
Born (1991-10-15) 15 October 1991 (age 27)

Alma mater University of Oxford
Occupation Actress
Years active 2010–present

Charlotte Hope (born 15 October 1991) is an English actress, known for her roles as Myranda in the HBO drama series Game of Thrones and Philippa Hawking in the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything (2014).


Hope studied French and Spanish at the University of Oxford.[1] Whilst there, she found an agent and began acting professionally.[1] Her first role in a film was as a Factory Woman in the 2012 musical Les Miserables.[2]

In 2013, Hope began playing the role of Ramsay Bolton‘s sadistic lover, Myranda, in HBO‘s fantasy drama series Game of Thrones.[3] She continued in the role until the character died during the sixth season. In 2014, she guest starred in the second season of The Musketeers, playing the role of Charlotte Mellendorf. That same year, she appeared in the film The Theory of Everything, portraying Philippa Hawking, the younger sister of Stephen Hawking. In 2015, she had a leading role in the British gangster film North v South as Willow Clarke. That same year, Hope appeared in the music video “Beautiful to Me” by Olly Murs.[4]

In 2016, Hope appeared in the biographical romantic drama A United Kingdom, and the romantic thriller Allied. In 2017, she had a supporting role in the drama film Three Christs[2] and in 2018, she co-starred in the horror film The Nun.[5]

Hope has also done theatre work, including Broadway shows such as Buried Child where she played the role of Shelly in 2016.[6] In 2017 she played the role of Zara in Almeida Theatre‘s Albion[7] and in 2018 she played as Dr. Michaels’ mother in The New Group‘s Good for Otto.[8]

In March 2018, Hope was cast in the lead role of the upcoming (May 2019) Starz series, The Spanish Princess, in which she will play Catherine of Aragon. The show is a follow up to The White Queen and The White Princess.[9]



Year Title Role Notes
2012 Les Misérables Factory Woman
2013 The Invisible Woman Young Prostitute
2014 Insomniacs Jenny Short film
2014 The Theory of Everything Philippa Hawking
2014 Playhouse Presents: Marked Primrose
2015 North v South Willow Clarke
2015 Miss You Already Teenage Jess
2016 A United Kingdom Olivia Lancaster
2016 Allied Louise
2017 Three Christs Becky
2018 The Nun Sister Victoria


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Casualty Ava Dunlop Episode: “A Day in a Life”
2010 Missing Caitlin Morgan Episode 2.9
2011 Waking the Dead Abigail Harding 2 episodes
2012 Doctors Niamh Curram Episode: “Full Time”
2012–2013 Holby City Eleanor Campbell 3 episodes
2013 Love and Marriage Alice Episode: “Who’s the Boss?”
2013 Law & Order: UK Holly Leigh Episode: “Fatherly Love”
2013 Whitechapel Josie Eagle 2 episodes
2013–2016 Game of Thrones Myranda 8 episodes
2014 Vera Saskia Barnes Episode: “The Deer Hunters”
2014 The Musketeers Charlotte Mellendorf 2 episodes
2016 Death in Paradise Lucy Preville Episode: “One for the Road”
2016 Houdini & Doyle Molly Morgan Episode: “Bedlam”
2017 Diana and I Sophie Lewis Television film
2018 Endeavour Eve Thorne Episode: “Muse”
2019 The Spanish Princess Catherine of Aragon Miniseries


Year Title Role Notes
2012 Belarus The Woman Arcola Theatre
2013 Outlines Various Old Red Lion Theatre
2015 A Midsummer Night’s Dream Hermia Liverpool Everyman
2016 Buried Child Shelly Trafalgar Studios
2017 Albion Zara Almeida Theatre
2018 Good for Otto Mom The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2018 We Happy Few Sally Boyle Debut voice acting role


Evy Kasseth Røsten was born on March 30, 1978 in Norway as Evy Elise Kasseth Røsten. She is an actress, known for Dead Snow (2009), Hawaii, Oslo (2004) and Svarte penger, hvite løgner (2004).


in Norway

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Actress (17 credits)
 2017 Noe som skjedde på jobben (Short)
 2016 Side om side (TV Series)

Crazy-Gunn (2016) … Gitte
 2016 The House
 2014 Operation Arctic
 2013 Hotel Cæsar (TV Series)
Mie Andersen

Episode #30.45 (2013) … Mie Andersen
Episode #30.44 (2013) … Mie Andersen (credit only)
Episode #30.43 (2013) … Mie Andersen
Episode #30.42 (2013) … Mie Andersen
Episode #30.41 (2013) … Mie Andersen
 2013 Hjerterått (TV Series)

Episode #1.8 (2013) … Karen
Episode #1.7 (2013) … Karen
Episode #1.6 (2013) … Karen
Episode #1.5 (2013) … Karen
Episode #1.4 (2013) … Karen
 2012 Dauinger (TV Series)
 2012 Helt perfekt (TV Series)
Evy Kasseth Røsten

Norges kjedeligste mann (2012) … Evy Kasseth Røsten
 2009 Together
 2009 Dead Snow
 2007 Seks som oss (TV Series)

Episode #3.10 (2007) … Birgitte
Episode #3.9 (2007) … Birgitte
Episode #3.8 (2007) … Birgitte
Episode #3.7 (2007) … Birgitte
Episode #3.5 (2007) … Birgitte
 2006 Borderland (Short)
 2004 Hawaii, Oslo
 2003 Solstikk (Short)
 2002 Sejer – Djevelen holder lyset (TV Movie)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2012 4-Stjerners Middag (TV Series)
Herself – Participant

Episode #4.48 (2012) … Herself – Participant
Episode #4.47 (2012) … Herself – Participant
Episode #4.46 (2012) … Herself – Participant
Episode #4.45 (2012) … Herself – Participant


Marianne Westby is an actress, known for Meglerne (2014), Hotel Cæsar (1998) and Borgen skole (1989).
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Actress (3 credits)
 2014 Meglerne (TV Series)

Episode #2.8 … Nurse
 2008-2012 Hotel Cæsar (TV Series)
Cathrine Hove

Episode #28.150 (2012) … Cathrine Hove (credit only)
Episode #28.149 (2012) … Cathrine Hove (credit only)
Episode #28.148 (2012) … Cathrine Hove (credit only)
Episode #28.147 (2012) … Cathrine Hove (credit only)
Episode #28.146 (2012) … Cathrine Hove (credit only)
 1989-1990 Borgen skole (TV Series)

Episode #3.8 (1990) … Anette
Episode #3.7 (1990) … Anette
Episode #3.6 (1990) … Anette
Episode #3.5 (1990) … Anette
Episode #3.4 (1990) … Anette
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2012 4-Stjerners Middag (TV Series)
Herself – Participant

Episode #4.28 (2012) … Herself – Participant
Episode #4.27 (2012) … Herself – Participant
Episode #4.26 (2012) … Herself – Participant
Episode #4.25 (2012) … Herself – Participant


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Stacey Farber

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Stacey Farber
Born (1987-08-25) August 25, 1987 (age 31)

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Education The New School (Eugene Lang College division)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Stacey Farber (born August 25, 1987[1]) is a Canadian actress. She is known for playing Ellie Nash in seasons 2 through 7 of the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation. From 2010–2011, she starred in the CBC series 18 to Life with fellow Canadian Michael Seater of Life with Derek.[2][3] From 2014 to 2017, Farber played Sydney Katz on the Canadian medical drama Saving Hope.


In her role as Ellie Nash on Degrassi: The Next Generation, Farber plays a troubled young girl who has problems with depression and cutting, while dealing with an alcoholic mother. Stacey started off as a recurring character in the show’s second season, but was promoted to a regular role in the third season and continued until the end of season seven. For her work on Degrassi, Stacey was nominated for Canada’s top acting award, a Gemini Award, in the category ‘Best Performance in a Youth Program or Series’.[4][5][better source needed]

In addition to playing Ellie in Degrassi, Farber also appeared in the 2001 Canadian short film Bagatelle. She played Young Kathryn in the 2002 crime film, Narc, she guest starred as Lacy Sanders on an episode of the television drama Doc, and guest hosted the 2004-05 season finale of The N’s Best Friend’s Date. She also plays Mary in the animated science fiction series Dark Oracle. As well, she appeared as herself in Instant Star and in 2006 she had a mini-series on The N‘s The Click titled Stacey’s NYC 101. In addition to her screen work, Farber has appeared in various stage productions, including Love, Loss and What I Wore.[6]

Farber was also one of the last three actresses auditioning for the self-titled role in Juno, which Ellen Page eventually landed.[7] Coincidentally, Daniel Clark, who acted as her onscreen love interest for two seasons of Degrassi, originally auditioned for the role of Bleeker, Junos love interest. The role eventually went to Michael Cera, while Clark landed a smaller role as jock Steve Rendazo.

From 2010–2011, Farber starred in 18 to Life with Michael Seater. The CBC/CW[8] series featured Seater marrying literal girl-next-door Farber at age 18, against both sets of parents’ wishes.[6] The pilot was actually filmed in 2008 in Montreal, with the further eleven episodes filmed in summer 2010.[9] Critic Raju Mudhar wrote in the Toronto Star that the series had an “almost Juno-like quality”. While disliking the series, he suggested the leads have “some chemistry and both are compelling, young actors to watch.”[10] The two were described as “getting along famously” in real life, having met only for the TV movie Degrassi Goes Hollywood.[6] Farber’s mother on the series was played by Angela Asher, who appeared with Farber before that in Made… The Movie.[11] The series was nominated for a Gemini Award for best ensemble performance.[12]

Personal life[edit]

Farber was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is from a Jewish family.[13][14][15][16] She graduated in 2005 from the all-girls private school Branksome Hall. Farber completed her first year of university at York University in Toronto in 2007.[17] She transferred to and, in 2009, graduated from The New School university’s Eugene Lang College in New York and was an intern at Teen Vogue. She finished her internship in Teen Vogue’s Web Department in May 2008; her last Intern Blog entry was made on May 8, 2008.[citation needed]


Television and film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Narc Young Kathryn Film
2002–2008 Degrassi: The Next Generation Eleanor “Ellie” Nash Recurring role (season 2); main role (seasons 3–7); 74 episodes
2004 Doc Lacy Sanders Episode: “Searching for Bonnie Fisher”
2004 Dark Oracle Mary Voice role; [unknown episodes]
2006 Orpheus Petty Television movie
2006 Booky Makes Her Mark Audrey Television movie
2007 King of Sorrow Des Film
2008 Rewind Georgina Beckett Short film
2009 Degrassi Goes Hollywood Eleanor “Ellie” Nash Television movie
2010 Flashpoint Tracey Episode: “Unconditional Love
2010 Made… The Movie Emerson Television movie
2010–2011 18 to Life Jessie Hill Main role
2012 Cult E.J Recurring role; 6 episodes
2014 Rookie Blue Courtney Episode: “Blink
2014–2017 Saving Hope Sydney Katz Main role (season 3); guest role (seasons 4–5); 16 episodes
2015 Take It from Us Aly Unsold television pilot
2016 Flashback Paige Briar Television movie
2017 Chicago Justice Kerry Schmidt Episode: “Drill”
2017 The Brave Cassie Conner Episode: “Moscow Rules”
2018 Grace and Frankie Jo Episode: “The Lockdown”, “The Expiration Date”
2018 UnReal Robin Carr 2 episodes

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