RONA MORRISON

Rona Morison is an actress, known for Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018), Ready Player One (2018) and City Slacker (2012).
Actress (6 credits)
 2018 Solo: A Star Wars Story
Spaceport Mother
 2018 Ready Player One
Oology Expert
 2017 Decline and Fall (TV Mini-Series)
Pompilia de la Conradine

Episode #1.2 (2017) … Pompilia de la Conradine
 2016 Sliding (Short)
Annie
 2012 Love Bite
Fiona
 2012 City Slacker
Receptionist
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GRACE ANDREWS

Grace Elizabeth Andrews is known for her work on GLOW (2017), American Crime (2015) and After You’ve Gone (2016).
Actress (7 credits)
 2017 GLOW (TV Series)
Blood Disco Girl

The Dusty Spur (2017) … Blood Disco Girl
 2017 I’m OK
Additional Voice (voice, as Grace Andrews)
 2017 American Crime (TV Series)
Sugar

Season Three: Episode Six (2017) … Sugar
 2016 After You’ve Gone (Short)
Bekah
 2015 Double Take (Short)
Kelly
 2014 Rhonda and Ruby (Short)
Lisa
 2014 Step Into: The King Opera House (Short)
Allye Parchman (as Grace Andrews)
Hide Hide Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
 2015 It’s Supposed to be Healthy (Short) (script supervisor) (completed)

PENNY SCOTT ANDREWS

JESSICA MANUEL

Jessica Manuel is an actress, known for CSI: Miami (2002), Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer (2011) and The Life of Riley (2011).
Actress (20 credits)
 2017 In an Instant (TV Series documentary)
Marcy bradley

Match Made in Hell (2017) … Marcy bradley
 2015 Studio Luma (TV Series)
Bella

Bella at the Bowl (2015) … Bella
 2015 Bigfoot Captured (TV Movie)
Beth
 2013 Screwed
Christine
 2013 Mistresses (TV Series)
Nurse

A Kiss Is Just a Kiss? (2013) … Nurse
 2013 Castle (TV Series)
Abby Rollins

Reality Star Struck (2013) … Abby Rollins
 2012 Go On (TV Series)
Lady Skater

Bench-Clearing Bawl (2012) … Lady Skater
 2012 3 of a Kind
Christina
 2011 Hazelnut (Short)
Sophie
 2011 The Life of Riley
Maggie
 2010 Ricky
Tracy
 2010 Parenthood (TV Series)
Gina Garrison

The Booth Job (2010) … Gina Garrison
 2010 90210 (TV Series)
Maternity Nurse

Catch Me If You Cannon (2010) … Maternity Nurse
 2010 Real Men Real Issues (TV Series)
Jessica

Mine or Mime? (2010) … Jessica
 2009 The Hummingbird (Short)
Eva Archer
 2009 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Paramedic #1

Target Specific (2009) … Paramedic #1
 2008 The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series)
Flight Attendant

Episode #1.5337 (2008) … Flight Attendant
 2007 Yacht Rock (TV Series short)
Louise

Footloose (2007) … Louise
 2007 Lesson in Humility (Short)
Jenny

Madelaine Petsch

Madelaine Petsch

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Born Madelaine Grobbelaar Petsch
(1994-08-18) August 18, 1994 (age 24)
Citizenship
  • United States
  • South Africa[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 2015–present
Home town Port Orchard, Washington, U.S.

Madelaine Grobbelaar Petsch[2] (born August 18, 1994) is an American actress. She is known for portraying Cheryl Blossom on The CW television series Riverdale.

Early life[edit]

Petsch was born on August 18, 1994, and grew up in Port Orchard, Washington.[3][4][5][6]

At the age of three, she developed a passion for dance and began dance classes, theatre classes followed two years later. Petsch’s parents are from South Africa, and she spent the first ten years of her life dividing her time between South Africa and Washington.[7][8]

Petsch experienced bullying as a child due to her natural red hair, South African accent, and being raised with no religion.[9] She attended the Tacoma School of the Arts and relocated to Los Angeles after graduating.[10][11][12] Petsch has one brother.[13]

Career[edit]

Petsch appeared in a national advertising campaign for Coca-Cola in 2014. In February 2016, she was cast as Cheryl Blossom in The CW‘s Riverdale,[14] having been pinned for the role since late 2015 after meeting the casting director, who was at the time working on Legends of Tomorrow.[15] The series began filming in September of that year and premiered on January 26, 2017.[16] In March 2017, she joined the cast of Polaroid.[17]

In April 2018, Petsch collaborated with sunglasses company Privé Revaux and released her own collection of sunglasses.[18]

Personal life[edit]

At the age of 14, she became a vegan,[19] after being raised vegetarian. She has also participated in an awareness campaign for PETA.[20]

Filmography[edit]

Film and television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2015 The Hive Current Girl #2 Film
2015 Instant Mom Mermaid Episode: “Gone Batty”
2016 The Curse of Sleeping Beauty Eliza Film
2017–present Riverdale Cheryl Blossom Main role
2017 F the Prom Marissa Direct-to-video film
2018 Polaroid Joanne Flame Completed film

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice Hissy Fit Riverdale Won [21]
2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards Scene Stealer Riverdale Won [22]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Hissy Fit Riverdale Won [23]

WANDA CANNON

Wanda Cannon was born on January 12, 1960 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. She is an actress, known for The 6th Day (2000), The Final Cut (2004) and My Secret Identity (1988).
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Actress (59 credits)
 2007-2018 Heartland (TV Series)
Val Stanton

Somewhere in Between (2018) … Val Stanton
A Fine Balance (2018) … Val Stanton
Decision Time (2017) … Val Stanton
Baby on Board (2017) … Val Stanton
No Regrets (2016) … Val Stanton
 2016 Christmas List (TV Movie)
Ellen Gray
 2015 Angel of Christmas (TV Movie)
Heather Nicholas
 2015 Surprised by Love (TV Movie)
Claire Mayfield
 2014 Motive (TV Series)
Margaret Matthews

Deception (2014) … Margaret Matthews
 2013 Cedar Cove (TV Series)
Mayor

Pilot (2013) … Mayor
 2013 Emily Owens M.D. (TV Series)
Helen

 2011 Good Morning, Killer (TV Movie)
Lynn
 2010 Triple Dog
Mrs. Narn
 2009 Mrs. Miracle (TV Movie)
Joan Maxwell
 2008 Trial by Fire (TV Movie)
Barbara
 2007 My Baby Is Missing (TV Movie)
Dale Pendergast
 2006-2007 Intelligence (TV Series)
Senator Louise Dugay

Down But Not Out (2007) … Senator Louise Dugay
Cleaning Up (2006) … Senator Louise Dugay
 2006 Totally Awesome (TV Movie)
Kimberly’s Mom
 2006 Psych (TV Series)
Leslie Breyfogle

Shawn vs. the Red Phantom (2006) … Leslie Breyfogle
 2006 A Trick of the Mind (TV Movie)
Dr. Hauser
 2006 The Collector (TV Series)
Jane

The Spy (2006) … Jane
 2006 Flight 93 (TV Movie)
Debbie Welsh
 2005 The Christmas Blessing (TV Movie)
Lydia Jones
 2005 Masters of Horror (TV Series)
Kathy Hobart

Homecoming (2005) … Kathy Hobart
 2005 Da Vinci’s City Hall (TV Series)
Gloria Miner

One Man, Two Jobs (2005) … Gloria Miner
 2005 Devour (Video)
Kathy Gray
 2004 Perfect Romance (TV Movie)
Marj
 2004 Da Vinci’s Inquest (TV Series)
Joanne Chavez

A Man When He’s Down (2004) … Joanne Chavez
 2004 The Final Cut
Caroline Monroe
 2003 Andromeda (TV Series)
Ch’kadau Leader

Conduit to Destiny (2003) … Ch’kadau Leader
 2003 Peacemakers (TV Series)
Emma Smith

Bad Company (2003) … Emma Smith
 2003 Just Cause (TV Series)
Lydia Milbury

The Closing (2003) … Lydia Milbury
 2002 Snow Queen (TV Movie)
Minna
 2002 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)
Devora Kroner

Night Route (2002) … Devora Kroner
 2002 First Shot (TV Movie)
Kathryn Yarnell
 2002 The Dead Zone (TV Series)
Martha

Unreasonable Doubt (2002) … Martha
 2001 Mysterious Ways (TV Series)
Amanda Tergeson

The Last Dance (2001) … Amanda Tergeson
 2001 Night Visions (TV Series)
Mother (segment “My So-Called Life and Death”)

Bitter Harvest/My So Called Life and Death (2001) … Mother (segment “My So-Called Life and Death”)
 2001 Voyage of the Unicorn (TV Movie)
Lily Aisling
 2000 Freedom (TV Series)

War (2000)
 2000 Code Name: Eternity (TV Series)
Mrs. Keating / Ms. Keating

All Fall Down (2000) … Mrs. Keating
Never Go Home (2000) … Ms. Keating
 2000 The 6th Day
Katherine Weir
 1999 The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer (TV Movie)
Liz Maddux
 1999 Cry Rape (TV Movie)
Phyllis Roberts
 1998 Earth: Final Conflict (TV Series)
Maiya’s Mom

The Sleepers (1998) … Maiya’s Mom
 1998 Due South (TV Series)
Olivia Murtagh

Dr. Longball (1998) … Olivia Murtagh
 1998 The Wonderful World of Disney (TV Series)
Rita Fletcher

My Date with the President’s Daughter (1998) … Rita Fletcher
 1997 PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (TV Series)
Helen Schraft

The 13th Floor/The Believer (1997) … Helen Schraft
 1997 F/X: The Series (TV Series)
Diana

Medea (1997) … Diana
 1993 Exploring Ontario’s Provincial Parks (TV Mini-Series)
Ellen Burke

Episode #1.3 (1993) … Ellen Burke
Episode #1.2 (1993) … Ellen Burke
Episode #1.1 (1993) … Ellen Burke
 1993 For the Moment
Betsy
 1991 Counterstrike (TV Series)
Kate

Breaking Point (1991) … Kate
 1988-1991 My Secret Identity (TV Series)
Stephanie Clements / Curves

A Bank, a Holdup, a Robber, and a Hero (1991) … Stephanie Clements
My Old Flame (1991) … Stephanie Clements (credit only)
Big Business (1991) … Stephanie Clements
Slave for a Day (1991) … Stephanie Clements
Dr. J’s Brain Machine (1991) … Stephanie Clements
 1989 The Last Winter
Audrey Jamison
 1988 Blades of Courage (TV Movie)
Betty Widmer
 1988 Chasing Rainbows (TV Mini-Series)
Dottie

Episode #1.3 (1988) … Dottie
Episode #1.2 (1988) … Dottie
Episode #1.1 (1988) … Dottie
 1988 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)
Martha

There Was a Little Girl… (1988) … Martha
 1987 Bluffing It (TV Movie)
Kristine
 1985-1987 Night Heat (TV Series)
Bonnie Moreland / Dr. Reynolds

And Baby Makes Grief (1987) … Bonnie Moreland (as Wanda Canon)
Ancient Madness (1985) … Dr. Reynolds (as Wanda Canon)
 1986 Philip Marlowe, Private Eye (TV Series)
Viv

Guns at Cyrano’s (1986) … Viv
 1986 A Judgment in Stone
Bernice
 1983 American Playhouse (TV Series)
Felicia Varley / Lola

Overdrawn at the Memory Bank (1983) … Felicia Varley / Lola
 1983 Chautauqua Girl
Melissande

JESSICA CANNON

Jessica Cannon is an actress, known for Grand Theft Auto V (2013), Thrillville: Off the Rails (2007) and Thrillville (2006).
Actress (6 credits)
 2013 Grand Theft Auto V (Video Game)
The Local Population (voice)
 2010 Carroll Gardens (Video)
Samantha
 2007 Thrillville: Off the Rails (Video Game)
Teen Female Player Character (voice)
 2006 Thrillville (Video Game)
Teen Female – Player Character (voice)
 2006 Moon Calves (Video short)
Narrator
 2004 Potty Power (Video short)
Host / The Queen
TV COMMERCIALS:
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ILANA BECKER

Ilana Becker is an actress, known for Gotham (2014), Crashing (2017) and Kevin Can Wait (2016).
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Actress (25 credits)
 2018 Love Magical
Denise
 2017 Gotham (TV Series)
Myrtle Jenkins

A Dark Knight: They Who Hide Behind Masks (2017) … Myrtle Jenkins
 2017 Crashing (TV Series)
Ellen

The Baptism (2017) … Ellen
 2017 Wishful Whiskers (Short)
Booker
 2017 Girls (TV Series)
Party Guest

Full Disclosure (2017) … Party Guest
 2017 Kevin Can Wait (TV Series)
Jackie

The Back Out (2017) … Jackie
 2017 Future ’38
Elke
 2016 Orange Is the New Black (TV Series)
Salesperson

Power Suit (2016) … Salesperson
 2016/I Good Enough
Rachel Decker
 2015 Fishbowl
Chelsea
 2014-2015 Girl Code (TV Series)
Actress

Self Expression (2014) … Actress
Bad Relationships (2014) … Actress
Money (2014)
 2015 Odd Mom Out (TV Series)
Danielle

Omakase (2015) … Danielle
Dying to Get In (2015) … Danielle
Wheels Up (2015) … Danielle
 2015 Hunting Season (TV Series)
Lexie

Episode #2.1 (2015) … Lexie
 2015 Texting Hat (Short)
Sally
 2014 The Mysteries of Laura (TV Series)
Coach Culp

Pilot (2014) … Coach Culp
 2014 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (TV Series)
Average American (Toe Lady)

Income Inequality and Wealth Inequality (2014) … Average American (Toe Lady)
 2014 All the Beautiful Things
John’s Stepmother (voice)
 2014 Alpha House (TV Series)
Candice

Showgirls (2014) … Candice
 2010 Fruits of Eden (Short)
Richard’s Secretary
 2010 The Stay-At-Home Dad (TV Series)
Pill Poppin’ Momma

Just Say No … Pill Poppin’ Momma
 2009 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (TV Series)
Phoebe

Episode #1.65 (2009) … Phoebe (uncredited)
 2007 OWotO (Video)
Kimmy Spitzer
 2007 Perfect Stranger
H2A Secretary (uncredited)
 2007 My Name Is Earl (TV Series)
Montel Show Guest

Guess Who’s Coming Out of Joy (2007) … Montel Show Guest (uncredited)
 2005 N.Y.-70 (TV Movie)
Boots
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Viberzi TV Spot, 'Anniversary Plans' - 3974 commercial airings
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National Association of Realtors TV Spot, 'Housewarming Party Cake' - 647 commercial airings
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AIRPORT

GEMMA CHAN…UPDATE

Gemma Chan (born 29 November 1982) is a British film, television, and theatre actress and former fashion model. She portrays Charlotte in season four of the Showtime and ITV2 series Secret Diary of a Call Girl; Ruth in Channel 4’s Fresh Meat; Mia Bennett in the BBC’s Doctor Who “The Waters of Mars” and Soo Lin in Sherlock. She also appeared in …
Actress (38 credits)
  Watership Down (TV Mini-Series) (filming)
Dewdrop

Episode #1.1 … Dewdrop (voice)
 2019 Captain Marvel (post-production)
Minn-Erva
 2018 Mary Queen of Scots (completed)
Bess of Hardwick
 2018 London Fields (completed)
Petronella
 2018 Crazy Rich Asians
Astrid Young Teo
 2018 Leading Lady Parts (TV Short)
 2015-2018 Humans (TV Series)
Mia / Anita

Episode #3.8 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.7 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.6 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.5 (2018) … Mia
Episode #3.4 (2018) … Mia
 2017 Stratton
Aggy
 2016 Revolting Rhymes Part Two (TV Movie)
Snow White (voice)
 2016 Revolting Rhymes Part One (TV Movie)
Snow White (voice)
 2016 Everyday Performance Artists (Short)
Melody
 2015 Families
Chen-Lin
 2015 Brotherhood (TV Series)
Miss Pemberton

Pregnant (2015) … Miss Pemberton
Birthday (2015) … Miss Pemberton
School (2015) … Miss Pemberton
 2014 The Game (TV Mini-Series)
Chen Mei

Episode Three (2014) … Chen Mei
Episode Two (2014) … Chen Mei
 2014 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Amy Chang
 2013 The Double
‘The Replicator’ – Glamourous Judge
 2013 Dates (TV Series)
Erica

Erica & Callum (2013) … Erica
Erica & Kate (2013) … Erica
 2013 Shetland (TV Series)
Hattie James

Red Bones: Part 2 (2013) … Hattie James
Red Bones: Part 1 (2013) … Hattie James
 2013 Death in Paradise (TV Series)
Jennifer Cheung

A Deadly Storm (2013) … Jennifer Cheung
 2012 Vengar (Short)
Diana
 2012 Bedlam (TV Series)
Kiera

Reunion (2012) … Kiera
Dare (2012) … Kiera
Jude (2012) … Kiera
Unfaithful (2012) … Kiera
Pool of Tears (2012) … Kiera
 2012 True Love (TV Mini-Series)
Kathy

Adrian (2012) … Kathy
 2011 Fresh Meat (TV Series)
Ruth

Episode #1.5 (2011) … Ruth
Episode #1.4 (2011) … Ruth
Episode #1.3 (2011) … Ruth
 2011 Secret Diary of a Call Girl (TV Series)
Charlotte

Episode #4.8 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.6 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.5 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.4 (2011) … Charlotte
Episode #4.2 (2011) … Charlotte
 2010 Submarine
Kim-Lin
 2010 Sherlock (TV Series)
Soo Lin Yao

The Blind Banker (2010) … Soo Lin Yao
 2010 The IT Crowd (TV Series)
Female Sulu / Ivana

Reynholm vs Reynholm (2010) … Female Sulu
The Final Countdown (2010) … Ivana
 2010 Shanghai
Shin Shin
 2010 Pimp
Bo
 2009 Doctor Who (TV Series)
Mia Bennett

The Waters of Mars (2009) … Mia Bennett
 2009 Exam
Chinese Girl
 2009 Cell: Season 2 (Video)
Isabella
 2008 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Video short)
Sun-Lynn
 2006 When Evil Calls (TV Mini-Series)
Molly Nelson

Episode #1.2 (2006) … Molly Nelson
Episode #1.1 (2006) … Molly Nelson

Katherine Ryan

Katherine Ryan

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Born (1983-06-30) 30 June 1983 (age 35)
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
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Website www.katherineryan.co.uk

Katherine Ryan (born 30 June 1983) is a Canadian-Irish comedian, writer, presenter and actress, based in the United Kingdom.[1] She has appeared on British panel shows including Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, A League of Their Own, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Would I Lie to You?, QI, Just a Minute, Safeword, and Have I Got News for You. In 2015, she replaced Steve Jones as the presenter of Hair on BBC Two. As an actress, she has appeared in the Channel 4 sitcom Campus,[2][3] BBC Two sitcom Episodes[4] and Don’t Sit in the Front Row with Jack Dee.[4]

As a stand-up comedian, Ryan has appeared on the BBC’s Live at the Apollo, both as a featured act and as a lead act. For her work, Ryan won the Nivea Funny Women Award, and was also runner-up in the Amused Moose Laugh-Off competition in 2008.[5] In February 2017, Netflix released Katherine Ryan: In Trouble which features one of her live stand-up performances on a recent UK tour.[6][7]

Early life[edit]

Ryan’s father, Finbar[8], is a draftsman and owner of an engineering company, who originally emigrated from Ireland to Canada. Her mother is Canadian and owns an IT Consulting company.[9] Ryan and her two younger sisters were born and raised in Sarnia, Ontario.[10] The three siblings spent time in Cork, Ireland visiting their paternal grandparents.[11]

Her parents split up when she was 15. When she was 18 years old, she decided to leave home and chose to study city planning at the University of Toronto.[citation needed] While attending university, she worked at Hooters and then began training other waitresses. She was fired from Hooters for writing on a board “club sandwiches not seals”.[12] In her spare time she undertook open mic nights as an alternative form of personal entertainment and by graduation had developed a basic comedic routine.[9]

Career[edit]

After graduation, Ryan continued working for Hooters as a corporate trainer, travelling around Canada to train other waitresses, and helping to open the only UK branch in Nottingham. Her partner at the time wanted to explore London, so she agreed to do so for an initial month from summer 2007, moving there permanently from January 2008.[9][1]

As a comedian[edit]

Ryan performing stand-up in 2012

Ryan first appeared on television as herself on Channel 4‘s 8 Out of 10 Cats in 2012. She had previously appeared in the cast of Channel 4’s Campus. On 23 February 2013, she appeared as a celebrity contestant on BBC One’s Let’s Dance for Comic Relief as Nicki Minaj dancing to “Starships“. Ryan reached the final, and finished in fourth place. Ryan was later featured on the Whitney Cummings Just for Laughs 2013 Gala that was taped before a live audience on 28 July 2013.[13][14] She has since taken new routines to the Edinburgh Festival.[9]

In 2015, Ryan replaced Steve Jones as the presenter of Hair on BBC Two. Also in 2015, Ryan became a panellist for Tinie Tempah‘s team on Sky 1‘s music/comedy panel show Bring the Noise and on the ITV2 show, Safeword.[citation needed] In 2016, Ryan appeared on series 2 of Taskmaster. She beat Doc Brown, Joe Wilkinson, Richard Osman and Jon Richardson, to win the entire series.[15]

She also went on a comedy tour in 2016, called Kathbum. In February 2017, Netflix released Katherine Ryan: In Trouble, featuring one of her stand-up comedy live performances on a recent UK tour.[7]

She joined Jimmy Carr in 2017, to host two series of the reboot of Your Face or Mine?

Other work[edit]

Ryan wrote a weekly column in the British entertainment magazine NME.[16]

On 6 June 2014, YouTube comedy duo Jack and Dean released a music video for their song “Consent”, featuring Ryan in an acting role.[17]

In 2016, Ryan provided the voice of the stuck up white, odd-eyed cat and leader of The Sunshine Circle for Cats Ranceford in Disney XD and Teletoon‘s animated television series Counterfeit Cat.

Personal life[edit]

Ryan has a daughter by an ex-boyfriend.[18] She has faced two bouts of skin cancer.[19][20] She and her daughter live in Crouch End, London.[21] On season 1 episode 6 of Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, Katherine announced that she was dating one of the contestants, fellow comedian Alex Edelman. Later, in UK Tabloid The Sun she said “I don’t see him but he’s allegedly my boyfriend. We’ve been on-and-off for three years, so he’s in some of my stories and then he’s not. But he’s definitely the best one I’ve ever dated.”[22] Ryan can speak fluent French. [23
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Actress (16 credits)
 2012 You’ll Regret It (Short) (completed)
Jemma
 2018 Beyond Bionic (TV Series)
Narrator

Compilation (2018) … Narrator
Peregrine Falcon (2018) … Narrator
Gorilla (2018) … Narrator
Darwin Bark Spider (2018) … Narrator
Flying Squirrel (2018) … Narrator
 2016 Counterfeit Cat (TV Series)
Ranceford / Nelson / Various

Humanoid (2016) … Ranceford / Nelson / Various (voice)
Flea Bag (2016) … Ranceford / Nelson / Various (voice)
Furst Born (2016) … Ranceford / Nelson / Various (voice)
Betty Laser Eyes (2016) … Ranceford / Nelson / Various (voice)
Hang in There Cat (2016) … Ranceford / Nelson / Various (voice)
 2016 Katherine Ryan in Ireland (TV Movie)
Katherine
 2016 Lottie Bearshout ‘Good as Goaled’ (Short)
Lottie (voice)
 2015 Acoustic Kitty (Short)
Agent Jones
 2014/I The Last Resort (Short)
Alex (voice)
 2014 Badults (TV Series)
Lucy

RX: 6 Changes (2014) … Lucy
Work and Play (2014) … Lucy
Champ (2014) … Lucy
 2013 Count Arthur Strong (TV Series)
Tourist Woman

Arthur.com (2013) … Tourist Woman
 2012 Donna Rush: Film Night (Short)
Sam
 2012 Episodes (TV Series)
Merc’s Assistant

Episode Five (2012) … Merc’s Assistant
Episode One (2012) … Merc’s Assistant
 2012 Donna Rush: Panic (Short)
Sam
 2011 Fierce (Short)
Girlfriend
 2011 Don’t Buy It! (Video short)
Saleswoman
 2011 Campus (TV Series)
George Bryan

The Final Preliminary Report of Doom (2011) … George Bryan
Post-Coital (2011) … George Bryan
Come Together (2011) … George Bryan
Hurricane George (2011) … George Bryan