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Actress (5 credits)
 2017 Successful People (TV Series)

 2015 Jim & Helen Forever (Short)
 2014 Tami und Jacky im Hollywood (TV Series)

Tami und Jacky Immernoch im Hollywood (2014) … Jacky (as Alina Bock)
Tami und Jacky im Hollywood (2014) … Jacky (as Alina Bock)
 2012 I’m Not a DJ (TV Movie)


Actress (4 credits)
 2016 Bearded Men Presents D&D: The Improvised Campaign (TV Series)

Here There Be Monsters (2016) … Ensemble
 2013 The Coffee Table (Video short)
 2012 Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device (Video Game)
Ellie York (voice)
 2011 Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse (Video Game)
Anja Mittelmeier (voice)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2017 The Hambone Group (TV Series)

Big Leaguing (2017) … Herself
The Proposal (2017) … Herself




The Tempest

The Hunt


Standardized Patient
The Coffee Table


Q13 “This Morning”


THEATER (Selected)

The Trial*

Much Ado About Nothing

The Merchant of Venice

Anna Karenina

The Lorax & The Sneetches*

Into the Woods

Romeo and Juliet


The Winter’s Tale

Duel of the Linguist Mages*

A Mouse Who Knows Me*

*World Premiere


Dorothy Parker UnScripted
Horror UnScripted

Star Trek: The Improvised Generation

X-Files Unsolved

Twilight Zone Improvised

Jane Austen Improvised

Passion Noir Improvised
Rom Com Improvised

Ripley Improv presents Dystopia

In the Car with Nick and Sara

Seattle TheatreSports (2009-2014)

Peter and the Wolf

The Listener

The Magic Horn
Music, Noise, and Silence

Dr. Metronome…Orchestra of Doom*


Antonio (Lead)

Cheryl (Lead)

Wife (Lead)

Brianne (Recurring)

Fear (Co-Star)

Self (Short-form improv)



Kitty Scherbatsky

Sylvester McMonkey McBean

Cinderella’s Stepmother

Lady Capulet

Abby/Jane/Mom** u/s



Dr. Audrey Whitman

** Performed Role

Long-form improv

Long-form improv

Long-form improv

Long-form improv

Long-form improv
Long-form improv

Long-form improv
Long-form improv

Long-form improv

Long-form improv

Short-form improv


The Ballerina

The Genie


The Bassoonist

Improvisation: Impro Theatre, The Groundlings, Unexpected Productions (Seattle)

Acting: Lesly Kahn @ Lesly Kahn Inc.; Anthony Meindl’s Acting Workshop; Freehold Theatre (Seattle)

Commercial: Keli Daniels & Cyd Strittmatter @ Camera Left/Stage Right; Jodi Rothfield Casting (Seattle)

Voice/Voice-Over: Voice Trax West

Bassoon, Clown, Geek Culture, Improv Comedy, Mime, Physical Comedy, Recorder, Scooter Driver, Whistling.

Agnes Bruckner

Agnes Bruckner

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Bruckner promoting Blood and Chocolate in 2007
Born (1985-08-16) August 16, 1985 (age 32)
Hollywood, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 1996–present

Agnes Bruckner (born August 16, 1985) is an American actress and former model. She began acting on television in the late 1990s and has since appeared in several films, including The Woods, Blue Car,[1] Murder by Numbers, Blood and Chocolate, and The Anna Nicole Story.

Early life[edit]

Bruckner was born in Hollywood, California, to a Hungarian father and a Russian mother who have since divorced; her paternal grandfather was German.[2] Her parents met in Hungary and immigrated to the U.S. in 1984 through a refugee camp in Italy.[2] She has two sisters and a brother.

Bruckner speaks some Russian and is fluent in Hungarian, having grown up speaking the language.[2] She has been involved in dance, ballet, and tap since the age of five and initially wanted to pursue a career as a dancer. At the age of eight, Bruckner worked as a child model at the suggestion of her mother and also appeared in a beauty pageant.[2] Bruckner grew up in the Los Feliz section of Los Angeles, California, until age five and then lived in Portland, Oregon, until age ten. She returned with her family to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, moving to Burbank, California.[3]


Bruckner began her career at age 11.[4] She appeared in commercials, in a few television pilots, and on the daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful in 1999. At the age of 15, Bruckner got her first lead role in the independent film Blue Car (2002), in which she played a high school student involved in an affair with her teacher, played by David Strathairn. Film critic Roger Ebert wrote that Bruckner “negotiates this difficult script with complete conviction.”[5] Bruckner received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for “Best Female Lead” for the role.

In the 2000s, other minor roles in television and film followed, including roles in the thrillers The Glass House (2001) and the Sandra Bullock-starring Murder by Numbers (2002). Bruckner has appeared in episodes of the television series 24 and Alias. She starred in the horror films Venom (2005) and The Woods (2006). Also in 2006, she appeared in the drama Peaceful Warrior opposite Scott Mechlowicz and received a ShoWest Female Star of Tomorrow Award and played the lead role in Dreamland.

In 2007, Bruckner appeared in the horror/romance film Blood and Chocolate and later Say Hello to Stan Talmadge (2008), Kill Theory (2008), Vacancy 2: The First Cut (2009),[6] and The Craigslist Killer (2011).

On October 3, 2012, Bruckner was cast to play Anna Nicole Smith in a Lifetime original movie The Anna Nicole Story.[7]



Year Title Role Notes
1997 Girl Lydia Short film
1998 Shrunken City, TheThe Shrunken City Lori Video
2001 Glass House, TheThe Glass House Zoe
2002 Blue Car Megan ‘Meg’ Denning
2002 Home Room Cathy
2002 Murder by Numbers Lisa Mills
2003 Rick Eve O’Lette
2004 Stateside Sue Dubois
2004 Haven Pippa Ridley
2005 Iris Effect, TheThe Iris Effect Katya
2005 Venom Eden Sinclair
2006 Dreamland Audrey
2006 Woods, TheThe Woods Heather Fasulo
2006 Peaceful Warrior Susie
2007 Blood & Chocolate Vivian Gandillon
2008 Vacancy 2: The First Cut Jessica Video
2009 Kill Theory Jennifer
2009 Good Funeral, AA Good Funeral Junior
2011 Open Gate Jesselyn
2011 The Craigslist Killer Megan McAllister
2012 Breaking the Girls Sara Ryan
2012 Pact, TheThe Pact Nicole Barlow
2012 Millionaire Tour, TheThe Millionaire Tour Billie
2012 Baytown Outlaws, TheThe Baytown Outlaws Mona
2012 Citizen, TheThe Citizen Diane
2013 Wrong Cops Julia Kieffer
2014 Bit of Bad Luck, AA Bit of Bad Luck Heather


Year Title Role Notes
1997–1999 Bold and the Beautiful, TheThe Bold and the Beautiful Bridget Forrester TV series
2000 American Adventure Sydney TV film
2000 Pacific Blue Connie Lamb Episode: “Fifty-Nine Minutes”
2001 Fugitive, TheThe Fugitive Mallory Wickes Episode: “Safekeeping”
2001 Touched by an Angel Lisa Episode: “Visions of Thy Father”
2002 Alias Kelly McNeil Episodes: “The Box: Parts 1 & 2”
2003 24 Linda Recurring role (5 episodes)
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent May Episode: “Country Crossover”
2009 Dirty Sexy Money Daphne Episode: “The Bad Guy”
2009 Private Practice Heather Recurring role (5 episodes)
2011 The Craigslist Killer Megan McAllister TV film
2011 Hawaii Five-0 Tanya Episode: “Kai e’ e”
2012 Fairly Legal Lea Ferran Episode: “Ripple of Hope”
2012 Covert Affairs Zarya Fischer Episodes: “Let’s Dance”, “Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide”
2013 The Anna Nicole Story Anna Nicole Smith TV film
2015 The Returned Deputy Nikki Banks A&E TV series
2015 Once Upon a Time Lilith “Lily” Page/Starla Recurring (3 episodes)


Julie Gonzalo

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Julie Gonzalo

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Gonzalo at the PaleyFest 2013 forum for Dallas
Born Julieta Susana Gonzalo
(1981-09-09) September 9, 1981 (age 36)
Buenos Aires, Argentina[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present

Julieta SusanaJulieGonzalo (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈʝuli ɣonˈsalo]; born September 9, 1981) is an Argentine– actress and producer. She starred as Pamela Rebecca Barnes in the TNT drama series Dallas (2012–14). Gonzalo is also known for her roles in films, including Freaky Friday, A Cinderella Story, and Christmas with the Kranks, and on television series Veronica Mars and Eli Stone.

Early life[edit]

Gonzalo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in Miami, Florida, where she began her career as a print model.[2][3] She later became interested in acting as she began taking theatre classes. Gonzalo moved to Los Angeles, and made her feature film debut in a supporting role of 2002 independent romantic comedy I’m with Lucy opposite Monica Potter.[3]


On television, Gonzalo debuted in The WB comedy series Greetings from Tucson. In early 2003, she won the main role of The WB comedy pilot, called Exit 9, but the show was not picked up.[4] The same year, she appeared on NCIS. In 2004, Gonzalo starred opposite Tori Spelling in another pilot Me, Me, Me for UPN, which was also not picked up.[5] She also guest-starred in the pilot episode of Drake & Josh in 2004.

Gonzalo appeared in several films in her early career. In 2003, she had a role as Lindsay Lohan‘s character’s rival in Freaky Friday. The following year, she starred as Shelby, the cheerleader, in the romantic comedy A Cinderella Story, opposite Hilary Duff, and Chad Michael Murray, and also appeared in DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story and Christmas with the Kranks, as Jamie Lee Curtis‘ character’s daughter. In 2005, she had supporting role in another romantic comedy, Must Love Dogs. Her other credits including 2007 thriller Cherry Crush and the lead role in the 2013 comedy horror movie Vamp U.[6]

In 2006, Gonzalo was cast in a series regular role as Parker Lee on The CW mystery television series Veronica Mars.[3] After the cancellation of the series, she was cast as one of the leads in the ABC comedy pilot called The News.[7] In next year, Gonzalo began starring as Maggie Dekker in ABC legal comedy-drama Eli Stone opposite Jonny Lee Miller. In 2008 she won ALMA Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for role in Eli Stone.[2] The series was cancelled after two seasons in 2009.[8]

Gonzalo was to be the lead in the NBC‘s not aired science fiction series Day One in 2009.[3] While originally intended to air on NBC midseason in the 2009–2010 TV season with a thirteen-episode season, it was reported on October 1, 2009 that the episode order had been reduced to four and would air as a mini-series.[9] On May 16, 2010, Entertainment Weekly reported that the show would likely never air.[10] She later guest-starred in Castle, Nikita, The Glades and CSI: Miami.[11]

In 2011, Gonzalo was cast as series regular in the TNT revival of Dallas,[12][13] which premiered on June 13, 2012.[14] Her character, Rebecca Sutter, was later revealed to be Pamela Rebecca Barnes, the daughter of the characters Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval) and Afton Cooper (Audrey Landers) from the original series.[15][16][17]


Gonzalo at the 2013 Monte-Carlo Television Festival


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Penny Game, TheThe Penny Game Cherry Moss Short film
2002 I’m with Lucy Eve
2003 Special Vicki Short film
2003 Freaky Friday Stacey Hinkhouse
2004 DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story Amber
2004 Cinderella Story, AA Cinderella Story Shelby Cummings
2004 Christmas with the Kranks Blair Krank
2005 Must Love Dogs June
2007 Silent Night Lucy Short film, also producer
2007 Cherry Crush Desiree Thomas
2007 To Rob a Thief Gloria
2007 Saving Angelo Receptionist Short film
2011 3 Holiday Tails Lisa
2013 Vamp U Chris Keller/Mary Lipinsky
2014 The List Lara
2015 Waffle Street Becky Adams
2016 Pumpkin Pie Wars[18] Casey Hallmark Movie


Year Title Role Notes
2002–2003 Greetings from Tucson Kim Modica 2 episodes
2003 Exit 9 Brooke TV pilot
2003 NCIS Sarah Schaefer Episode: “Hung Out to Dry”
2004 Drake & Josh Tiffany Margolis Episode: “Hug Me, Brother: Pilot”
2004 Me, me, me Pearl TV pilot
2006–2007 Veronica Mars Parker Lee Series regular, 20 episodes
2007 News, TheThe News Gretchen Holt TV pilot
2008–2009 Eli Stone Maggie Dekker Series regular, 25 episodes
ALMA Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (2008)
Nominated – ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (2009)
2009 Day One Kelly Series regular, not aired series
2010 Castle Madison Queller Episode: “Food to Die For”
2010 Nikita Jill Morelli Episode: “Kill Jill”
2010 Glades, TheThe Glades Kim Nichols Episode: “Breaking 80”
2011 CSI: Miami Abby Lexington Episode: “Match Made in Hell”
2012–2014 Dallas Pamela Rebecca Barnes Series regular
Nominated – ALMA Award for Favorite TV Actress in a Drama Series (2012)
Nominated – Imagen Award for Best Supporting Actress in Television (2013)[19]
2017 Falling for Vermont Angela Young/Elizabeth Hallmark movie


Laura Silverman was born on June 10, 1966 in Bedford, New Hampshire, USA as Laura Jane Silverman. She is an actress and writer, known for Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (1995), Half Baked (1998) and The Sarah Silverman Program. (2007).
Actress (44 credits)
 2017 Camera Store
Tonia Canucci
 2011-2017 Bob’s Burgers (TV Series)
Andy / Mother / Dillon / …

Paraders of the Lost Float (2017) … Andy (voice)
Mom, Lies and Videotapes (2017) … Andy (voice)
The Grand Mama-Pest Hotel (2017) … Dillon / Stage Manager / Student (voice)
They Serve Horses, Don’t They? (2016) … Andy (voice)
Secret Admiral-irer (2016) … Andy / Nurse (voice)
 2016 Future-Worm! (TV Series)
Maude / Mira Faye / Computerized Voice

Robo-Carp-Alypse/The Reemen/Dr. D, Ghost Hunter (2016) … Mira Faye / Maude (voice)
Meetiversary/Steak Starbolt/The Very Hungry Killa-Pillah (2016) … Computerized Voice (voice)
 2011-2016 Adventure Time (TV Series)
Ethel Rainicorn

Lady Rainicorn of the Crystal Dimension (2016) … Ethel Rainicorn (voice)
Her Parents (2011) … Ethel Rainicorn (voice)
 2016 Nerdland
Policewoman (voice)
 2015 Masters of Sex (TV Series)

High Anxiety (2015) … Stephanie
 2015 Midnight Sex Run
 2013/II The Sidekick (Short)
Tango Girl
 2012 Nurse Jackie (TV Series)

Chaud & Froid (2012) … Laura
The Wall (2012) … Laura
Disneyland Sucks (2012) … Laura
Kettle-Kettle-Black-Black (2012) … Laura
 2012 Last Man Standing (TV Series)

House of Spirits (2012) … Brenda
 2011 Pretend Time (TV Series)

Full Blown Eggs (2011) … Nurse
 2011 L!fe Happens
Ms. Crenshaw
 2011 Goodnight Burbank (TV Series)
Whitney Appleby

The Casting Couch (2011) … Whitney Appleby
Lesbians on Acid (2011) … Whitney Appleby
Demon Seed (2011) … Whitney Appleby
The Phantom of the Garage (2011) … Whitney Appleby
Phantom of the Garage (2011) … Whitney Appleby
 2010 Love Shack (Video)
Darlene Sugarman-Spitz
 2009 All American Orgy
 2009 The Shaman (TV Series)
 2009 Jesus People: The Movie
Tami Wiles
 2008 Mano-a-Mano (Short)
 2008 House (TV Series)

Don’t Ever Change (2008) … Roz
 2007 Insatiable (TV Series)

Pilot (2007)
 2005-2006 The King of Queens (TV Series)

Moxie Moron (2006) … Dawn
Hartford Wailer (2006) … Dawn
Like Hell (2005) … Dawn
 2006 Metalocalypse (TV Series)
Valerie Vransinn / Grishnack’s Assistant / Rebecca Nightrod

Dethstars (2006) … Valerie Vransinn / Grishnack’s Assistant (voice)
Girlfriendklok (2006) … Rebecca Nightrod (voice)
 2006 Just the Three of Us (Video short)
Cindy Blitz Girl
 2006 Freak Show (TV Series)
Island Child / Various

Pilot (2006) … Island Child / Various (voice)
 2006 Blogland (TV Series short) (voice)
 2006 The Room (TV Movie)
Laura Silvers
 2005 Last Laugh ’05 (TV Movie)
Sarah’s Vagina (voice)
 2005 Freeze Out
 2004 Pilot Season (TV Mini-Series)
 1999-2004 Home Movies (TV Series)
Linda / Freda / Improv Girl / …

Psycho-Delicate (2004) … Freda (voice)
Coffins and Cradles (2003) … Linda (voice)
Improving Your Life Through Improv (2002) … Improv Girl (voice)
The Wedding (2002) … Linda (voice)
Therapy (2002) … Linda (voice)
 2004 Channel 101 (TV Movie)
Tiffany (voice)
 2002 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)

Club Soda and Salt (2002) … Saleswoman
 2001 Family Guy (TV Series)

Death Lives (2001) … Amy (voice)
 2000 State and Main
 2000 Angel (TV Series)
Girl in Car

Five by Five (2000) … Girl in Car (uncredited)
 1998 Half Baked
 1997 Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series)
Vampire #2

What’s My Line?: Part 1 (1997) … Vampire #2 (uncredited)
 1997 Science Court (TV Series)

Water Cycle (1997) … (voice)

Maria Dinulescu

Maria Dinulescu was born on May 2, 1981 in Ploiesti, Romania. She is an actress, known for California Dreamin’ (2007), Hooked (2008) and The Concert (2009).

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Acting career

Maria Dinulescu studied acting at the National University of Cinema and Drama in Bucharest, Romania. She came to international attention in 2003, when one of the first shorts she played in, “Traffic”, won the Palme d’Or in Cannes. She came back to Cannes in 2007, as the lead female actress in the full-feature “California Dreamin’ (endless),” the winner of the “Un Certain Regard” section. Her performance in this movie won her a few other awards including the Best Actress Prize at BIAF Georgia and Arte Mare from France.

Maria subsequently played the lead role in “Hooked”, a film that had its world premiere at the 65th Venice film Festival. Her performance in “Hooked” was described as “bewitching” (Hollywood Reporter) and “bubbly (in a difficult role)” (Variety) and was rewarded with the Best Actress Prize at the Thessaloniki Film Festival and the Buenos Aires Film Festival.

Of the 12 full-length feature films that Maria has starred in, she has played the lead 7 times. She also has several television credits, including the HBO-produced Romanian version of the “In Treatment” HBO series. She has acted in more than 10 successful short films, commercials, and was the lead in the music video, “Peace” by Depeche Mode. In 2010, Dinulescu won the Esquire Magazine, Sexiest Woman Alive Atlas, 2010 for Romania.

She moved to Los Angeles where she studied at UCLA, Groundlings Theatre & School and she participate in many laboratory and workshops with prestigious actors, directors and teachers. Maria played in different short movies for USC and New York Film Academy students. “Stepping Out” brought her the award for best actress at Los Angeles Indie Film Fest 2014.

Maria has a master in Japanese theater and culture, is member of European Film Academy and speak Romanian, English and Italian.

What others have to say about Maria:

Jay Weissberg (Variety), met Ms. Dinulescu at Cannes in 2007 and he writes:

“. . .it is very rare that jaded critics stand up and take notice, but quite a number of us remarked at the time that Dinulescu was an actress to watch.”

"She has chosen roles wisely and has been fortunate in that several films she’s starred in have been screened at the world’s most important festivals, including Cannes, Venice and Toronto. This exposure has broadened her name recognition far beyond Romania’s borders, and she is currently one of the most recognizable and watched actresses in the Romanian film industry – an industry, I should add, whose extraordinary renaissance in recent years has meant that every major 

International film festival actively seeks out Romanian films for their roster.”

Yale University Professor, David Chambers, states:

“As an actress, Maria Dinulescu is uncommonly protean, absolutely distinct and different in each role she plays. Her range of abilities as an actress is simply astounding: here a beguiling gamine, there an androgynous mystery woman, next a rebellious fury, then a delightfully comic trickster with a twinkle in her eye.”

Columbia University Professor, Andrei Serban, states:

“Maria Dinulescu is an extremely gifted actress with love for her craft and enthusiasm for her profession. I am impressed with her ardor and devotion to the classic roles as well as new characters she plays so charmingly on the big screen, which brought her impressive awards. Without hesitation I can declare that Maria Dinulescu is an outstanding actress with a skilled potential and upcoming career.”

Guillermo Arriaga, Writer & Director, Cannes Palme d’Or Winner and Oscar Nominated, writes:

“She is an extraordinary actress with a bright future ahead of her due to her great talent. She is sought after by several of the top directors for difficult roles. I am sure that Maria Dinulescu can bring many good things to the American cinema.”


  • Far from here (2016)
  • Smokers Die Slowly Together (2016)
  • Selfie 69 (2016)
  • Double (2016)
  • Rollover (2014)
  • Stepping Out (2013)
  • The Ridicule (2013)
  • Plongeur (2012)
  • Doina (2010)
  • Beyond America (2008)
  • L’enfance d’Icare (2008)
  • The Dot Man (2008)
  • Hooked (2008)
  • Blood and Chocolate (2007)
  • California Dreamin’ endless (2007)
  • Examen (2006)
  • Impasse (2005)
  • Le tramway d’Andréa (2005)
  • Gadjé (2005)
  • Milionari de weekend (2004)
  • Camera ascunsă (2004)
  • Trafic (2004)
  • Forme aberrante (2003)
  • Green Oaks (2003)
  • Poveste la scara C (2003)
  • 17 minute întârziere (2002)
  • Bucureşti-Wien, 8-15 (2000)


  • În derivã (2010)
  • Păcatele Evei (2005)


Aimee Lynn Chadwick hails from the small Cape Cod town of Sandwich, Ma. Growing up she attended the prestigious Capachione School of Performing Arts. Chadwick performed a variety of Leading roles in stage plays such as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Martha in The Secret Garden, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls. Following her studies at CSPA, she went on…
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Actress (35 credits)
 2018 Behind You (post-production)
  The Lullaby League (announced)
Tinsel Townsend
 2015-2017 Tinsel’s Town (TV Series)
Tinsel Townsend

Walk This Way (2017) … Tinsel Townsend
Batten Your Hatches (2017) … Tinsel Townsend
TNAI: Totally New and Improved (2017) … Tinsel Townsend
Gaping Wounds (2017) … Tinsel Townsend
The Big Fat Shame (2017) … Tinsel Townsend
 2016 The Happys
 2016 Casual Encounters
Sarah Hanes
 2015 Guilt by Association (TV Movie)
Caitlin / Cat Chalmers
 2014 The Truth About You
 2013 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Sarah Parsons

Red and Itchy (2013) … Sarah Parsons (as Aimee Lynn Chadwick)
 2013 Thoroughly Melted Minnie (Video short)
 2011 Hard (Short)
 2011 The Closer (TV Series)
Kelly Meyers

Road Block (2011) … Kelly Meyers (as Aimee Lynn Chadwick)
 2011 Last Chance Lloyd (Short)
 2011 Rizzoli & Isles (TV Series)
Sabrina Scott

Bloodlines (2011) … Sabrina Scott
 2011 Prom
 2010 A Killer App (Video short)
 2009 All American Orgy
Rachel (as Aimee Lynn Chadwick)
 2009 The Forgotten (TV Series)

Pilot (2009) … Jessica
 2009 Soul Fire Rising (Short)
 2009 Supa Pirate Booty Hunt (TV Series short)
Bar Girl / Street Girl

Yo Ho Hoooo (2009) … Street Girl
Love Bites (2009) … Bar Girl
Cupid’s Crush (2009) … Bar Girl
 2009 2 Dudes and a Dream
 2008 Las Vegas (TV Series)
Mandy Freemont

Secrets, Lies and Lamaze (2008) … Mandy Freemont
 2007 The Greatest Show Ever (TV Movie)
 2007 In Case of Emergency (TV Series)
Off-Camera Singer

Proof of Love (2007) … Off-Camera Singer (singing voice, uncredited)
 2007/I Trade
School Girl
 2007 Campus Ladies (TV Series)

Safety First (2007) … Becky
 2006 The Iron Man
 2006 State’s Evidence
Girl #1
 2006 What About Brian (TV Series)
Punker Girl

Two in Twenty-Four (2006) … Punker Girl (uncredited)
 2004 A Cinderella Story
D.J. (as Aimee Lynn Chadwick)
 2004 Drake & Josh (TV Series)

First Crush (2004) … Student

Julie Piekarski was born on January 2, 1963 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Julie Ann Piekarski. She is an actress, known for The Facts of Life (1979), Best of Times (1981) and The Miracle of Kathy Miller (1981). She has been married to John Probst since 1986. They have three children.
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Actress (10 credits)
 1979-1986 The Facts of Life (TV Series)
Sue Ann Weaver

Front Page (1981) … Sue Ann Weaver
Sex Symbol (1981) … Sue Ann Weaver
Gossip (1981) … Sue Ann Weaver
Dope (1980) … Sue Ann Weaver
 1983 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)

 1983 Three’s Company (TV Series)
Julie Lipton

Janet’s Little Helper (1983) … Julie Lipton
 1982 Quincy M.E. (TV Series)

Bitter Pill (1982) … Julie (uncredited)
 1981 The Miracle of Kathy Miller (TV Movie)
 1981 Best of Times (TV Movie)
 1977 The New Mickey Mouse Club (TV Series)
Julie Piekarski
Hide Hide Show Show Self (2 credits)
 2007 E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary)

Mickey Mouse Club (2007) … Herself
 1980 The Hollywood Squares (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Episode dated 19 May 1980 (1980) … Herself – Panelist
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (2 credits)
 2005 Biography (TV Series documentary)
Sue Ann Weaver

The Facts of Life (2005) … Sue Ann Weaver
 2005 Fred Roos and the Casting of ‘The Outsiders’ (Video documentary short)
Herself (uncredited)

Cory Lee

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Cory Lee

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Lee in September 2008
Background information
Birth name Cory Lee Urhahn
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres R&B, pop
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, actress
Years active 2004–present
Labels Sextent Records (2004–2005)
WIDEawake Entertainment Group Inc (2006–2008)

The SMC Group (Universal Music) (2011-Present)

Associated acts Instant Star

Cory Lee (born as Cory Lee Urhahn) is a Canadian singer-songwriter and actress.[1] She is most noted for playing the role of Karma in the television series Instant Star, and Miss Oh on Degrassi. Currently (2014), she is a judge on The Next Star: Supergroup

Early life[edit]

Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to a Chinese mother and German father. She grew up immersed in a musical environment. She attended Lord Byng Secondary School. At age 15, Lee turned down an offer from Sony Hong Kong to join the short-lived girl group Ris-K. Eager to explore her Chinese roots and to see the world, in 2002, Lee joined another group called NRG performing in Hong Kong. When the SARS outbreak hit China, Lee returned home to focus on her solo career.

Lee aligned with Vancouver-based Hipjoint Production, and achieved “indy-cred” with her debut album What a Difference a Day Makes. Its flagship single “The Naughty Song” was initially released through the club scene, which, in addition to the Juno nomination, scored nominations for a 2006 Indie Music Award for Pop Artist of the Year and 2 Canadian Radio Music Awards.

She had a brief appearance in the MTV movie 2Ge+her, as a girl booing at the Spelling Bee show.

Musical career[edit]

Initially her music caught fire in the clubs across Canada; radio soon followed with her first single “The Naughty Song”. nominated for a Juno Award.

Her second album, Sinful Innocence, was released through WIDEawake/Universal on May 15, 2007. Featuring production from multi-platinum and 3-time Juno Award winner Perry Alexander (Keshia Chante, Shawn Desman) and KUYA (Nelly, Ginuwine, MASE), Sinful Innocence enthusiastically explores society’s “good girl/bad girl” double-standard from Lee’s own independent liberal perspective.

After releasing Sinful Innocence, Cory released a Remix Collection album, featuring hip-hop, reggaeton, and club remixes of The Naughty Song, Lover’s Holiday, and Ovaload.

In a recent update to her official website, Lee stated that she is currently in the studio working on a third album. On April 19, 2009 a new song surfaced on the internet called Turn Me Off (Red Light). The song however, has yet to be confirmed as a single. The track was composed by Canadian producer KUYA, who Lee has previously worked with on her Sinful Innocence album.

Lee recently signed a global management deal with leading entertainment brand partnerships agency The SMC Group. Group CEO Maurice Hamilton commented “We’re extremely happy to have Cory Lee join our team, this year is going to be an important year for her and we’re excited to be part of that process.”

Cory partnered with high end lingerie brand La Perla to host a number of exclusive events across Asia.

In Summer 2011 on iTunes Cory released single – “Best Shot” – collaboration song between Cory and Shaggy. Later in November 2011 was released a remix of Best Shot as well as new song – “Fashion Show“. The music video was posted on YouTube on Cory’s official account. In April 2012 on YouTube Cory posted a teaser for her new song – “Cruel Intentions“. Two months later a full-length music video was released. In July 2012 Cory released via digital download an extended play album with both song – “Cruel Intentions & Fashion Show“. On that album also can be found remixes of her last 2 songs. On October 16, her third studio album was released via iTunes. It is titled Hot Pink Heart Part One. On the album are included her last two songs as well as 6 new songs.

On 11 March 2013, Cory posted on her official YouTube channel [2] a song titled Heart Into Stone and confirmed, that Hot Pink Heart – Part Two will be released later this year.


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