Chase Victoria is an actress, known for Swiped (2018), Shadow Fighter (2018) and Unusual Suspects (2010).
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Actress (24 credits)
 2018 Rainbow Lights (Short) (post-production)
Two Blind Dates (Video short) (completed)
 2019 Twisted Sisters (TV Series) (announced)
Young & Adult Ana

Hatton-Parr Sisters … Young & Adult Ana
 2018 Chelsea J: Everybody (Video short)
Park pedestrian
 2018/VII Prey (Short)
 2018 Shadow Fighter
Mariah King
 2018/I Swiped
 2018 Reckoning of Darkness
Elizabeth Frankenstein
 2018 The Let Down (TV Mini-Series)

The Let Down (2018) … Taylor
 2018 No Bullets Left (Short)
 2017 Dose (Short)
 2017 Unusual Suspects (TV Series)

Final Curtain (2017) … Rachel
 2016/II Vindicta (Short)
 2016 Shoot the Messenger
Pool Victim #3
 2016 Swamp Murders (TV Series)

Misty River (2016) … Star
 2016 Parked (Short)
 2016 Thunder
 2015 Running Forever
 2015 By Appointment Only (Short)
Macey Douglas
 2015 Grievance (Short)
Melinda Fray
 2015/I The Race (Short)
 2014/X Blue (Short)
 2013 The Devil’s Throne (Short)


Natalie Gal is an American actress and model. She was born in 1989 in the family of an opera singer and a poet. Natalie started studying ballet, gymnastics, arts, along with playing piano, singing, and performing in a theatre at the age of 6. She is often compared to a young Angelina Jolie, considered very promising young actress by media and …
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Actress (31 credits)
 2019 Devotion (pre-production)
 2016 The KiddiePreneurs (TV Series)
PTA President
 2016 Death Beach
Madeleine Cook
 2015 Mr. Hollywood (TV Series)
Jen (2015)
 2015 Wolf Attack
Jasmine Thompson
 2014 The Fly Trap (TV Series short)

Dogma (2014) … Georgia
 2013 Elementary (TV Series)
NYPD Helen

The Woman (2013) … NYPD Helen
 2013/I Syrup
Femme (uncredited)
 2011 Annie Claus Is Coming to Town (TV Movie)
Ice Skater (uncredited)
 2011 Suits (TV Series)
Young Girl

Pilot (2011) … Young Girl (uncredited)
 2011 Fast Five
Brazilian (uncredited)
 2011 He Loves Me (TV Movie)
Hollywood Celebrity (uncredited)
 2010 Running Wilde (TV Series)

Into the Wilde (2010) … Anna (uncredited)
 2010 Going the Distance
Friend (uncredited)
 2010 Eat Pray Love
NYU Student (uncredited)
 2010 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (TV Series)

Episode #2.118 (2010) … Model
 2010 Salt
Reporter (uncredited)
 2010 Royal Pains (TV Series)

Lovesick (2010) … Waitress (uncredited)
 2010 Sex and the City 2
Shopper (uncredited)
 2010 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
NIghtclub Girl (uncredited)
 2009-2010 CSI: NY (TV Series)
NYPD Officer / Nora

Unusual Suspects (2010) … NYPD Officer (uncredited)
Epilogue (2009) … Nora
 2010/I The Bounty Hunter
Wife (uncredited)
 2010 How to Make It in America (TV Series)
Wilhemina Model

Pilot (2010) … Wilhemina Model (uncredited)
 2010 Friendship!
Manne (uncredited)
 2009 White Collar (TV Series)
FBI Agent Sam

Pilot (2009) … FBI Agent Sam
 2009 Blacklist (Short)
Sexy Girl #2 (uncredited)
 2009 Saturday Night Live (TV Series)

Megan Fox/U2 (2009) … Girlfriend (uncredited)
 2008-2009 Gossip Girl (TV Series)
Jesus Student / Serena’s Friend

The Freshmen (2009) … Jesus Student (uncredited)
The Serena Also Rises (2008) … Serena’s Friend
 2009 Trust Me (Short)
 2009 Life on Mars (TV Series)
Doll / Lauren

Let All the Children Boogie (2009) … Doll (as Natasha Galkina)
The Dark Side of the Mook (2009) … Lauren


Jaslene Gonzalez was born on May 28, 1986 in Puerto Rico. She is an actress, known for Death Wish (2018), Nothing Like the Holidays (2008) and Chicago Fire (2012).
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Actress (6 credits)
 2018 Big Dogs (TV Series)
Fast Girl

All for None (2018) … Fast Girl
Noricum Repinse (2018) … Fast Girl
 2018 Death Wish
 2016 First Arabesque (Short)
 2016 Chicago Fire (TV Series)
Seizure Woman

The Path of Destruction (2016) … Seizure Woman
 2008 Nothing Like the Holidays
Fine Girl
Hide Hide Show Show Self (7 credits)
 2010 Running Russell Simmons (TV Series)

You Only Live Once (2010) … Herself
 2009 The Tyra Banks Show (TV Series)

 2008 MTV Tr3s Fashionista (TV Movie)
 2007-2008 America’s Next Top Model (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Cycle 8 Winner / Herself – ANTM Cycle 8 Winner

For Those About to Walk, We Salute You (2008) … Herself – Cycle 8 Winner (as Jaslene)
Where’s the Beef? (2008) … Herself (as Jaslene)
The Girl Who Becomes America’s Next Top Model (2007) … Herself – ANTM Cycle 8 Winner (as Jaslene)
The Girls Go Cruisin’ (2007) … Herself
 2008 Jensen! (TV Series)
Herself – Interviewee

Episode dated 24 March 2008 (2008) … Herself – Interviewee
 2007 The View (TV Series)

Episode dated 13 September 2007 (2007) … Herself
 2007 Live! with Kelly (TV Series)

Episode dated 24 May 2007 (2007) … Herself
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
 2011 Miss Representation (Documentary)


At an early age Francoise passed on an opportunity to study in music and chose to persue a degree in Political Science. It was during those years, Francoise started with modeling. That career didn’t last long, but she did get the opportunity to star with Jackie Chan in Rumble in the Bronx. For her work, she earned two Hong Kong Film Award …
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Actress (76 credits)
 2018 The Predator
Tracking Supervisor (as Francoise Yip)
 2018 Take Two (TV Series)
Cheryl Axelrod

Death Becomes Him (2018) … Cheryl Axelrod (as Francoise Yip)
 2018 The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells (TV Movie)
 2018 Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments (TV Series)
Jia Penhallow

Familia Ante Omnia (2018) … Jia Penhallow (as Francoise Yip)
A Heart of Darkness (2018) … Jia Penhallow (as Francoise Yip)
Salt in the Wound (2018) … Jia Penhallow (as Francoise Yip)
 2017 Prodigals
 2017 My Favorite Wedding (TV Movie)
Stylish Baker (as Francoise Yip)
 2017 iZombie (TV Series)
Meg Nevins

Looking for Mr. Goodbrain, Part 1 (2017) … Meg Nevins
 2017 Ring of Deception (TV Movie)
Elizabeth Smith
 2017 Everything, Everything
Dr. Francis
 2017 Deadly Lessons (TV Movie)
 2017 Ice (TV Series)

Facet (2017) … Ming
 2016 No Tomorrow (TV Series)

No Soup for You (2016) … Rose (as Francoise Yip)
 2016 Travelers (TV Series)

Donner (2016) … Judge
 2016 Motive (TV Series)

We’ll Always Have Homicide (2016) … Lee (as Francoise Yip)
 2016 Wayward Pines (TV Series)

Walcott Prep (2016) … Sharon (as Francoise Yip)
Pass Judgment (2016) … Sharon
 2016 Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart (TV Movie)
Becca (as Francoise Yip)
 2015 Ties That Bind (TV Series)

Paying for It (2015) … Ying
 2015 Mistresses (TV Series)

Unreliable Witnesses (2015) … Doctor (as Francoise Yip)
 2015 Proof (TV Series)
Police Officer

St. Luke’s (2015) … Police Officer (as Francoise Yip)
 2015 Arrow (TV Series)
The Priestess

This Is Your Sword (2015) … The Priestess (as Francoise Yip)
The Fallen (2015) … The Priestess (as Francoise Yip)
 2014 The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story (TV Movie)
Pauline Gosselaar
 2014 For Better or for Worse (TV Movie)
Beverly (as Francoise Yip)
 2013 Garage Sale Mystery (TV Movie)
Katherine Norbet
 2011 Possessing Piper Rose (TV Movie)
Margot Lace (as Francoise Yip)
 2011 Sanctuary (TV Series)
Dr. Lillian Lee

Uprising (2011) … Dr. Lillian Lee (as Francoise Yip)
Into the Black (2011) … Dr. Lillian Lee (as Francoise Yip)
Hangover (2011) … Dr. Lillian Lee (as Francoise Yip)
 2011 Fringe (TV Series)
Dr. Rosa Oporto

Bloodline (2011) … Dr. Rosa Oporto (as Francoise Yip)
 2010 The King of Fighters
Chizuru Kagura (as Francoise Yip)
 2010 Caprica (TV Series)
Desiree Willow

Gravedancing (2010) … Desiree Willow
Rebirth (2010) … Desiree Willow
 2009/II Motherland
Raffi Tang
 2008 Dim Sum Funeral
 2007 Blood Ties (TV Series)
Kate Lam

Deep Dark (2007) … Kate Lam
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (2007) … Kate Lam
Wrapped (2007) … Kate Lam
5:55 (2007) … Kate Lam
Wild Blood (2007) … Kate Lam
 2007 Flash Gordon (TV Series)
Susan Glass

Conspiracy Theory (2007) … Susan Glass (as Franciose Yip)
 2006 Men in Trees (TV Series)
Alice K

Pilot (2006) … Alice K
 2005 The Deal
Janice Long
 2001-2005 Andromeda (TV Series)
Ashael / Rekel Ben-Tzion

One More Day’s Light (2005) … Ashael
Home Fires (2001) … Rekel Ben-Tzion
 2005 Edison
Crow (as Francoise Yip)
 2005 Alone in the Dark
Agent Cheung
 2004 Blade: Trinity
 2004 A Beachcombers Christmas (TV Movie)
Constable Kelly Mah
 2004 The Dead Zone (TV Series)

Speak Now (2004) … Maria
 2003-2004 Smallville (TV Series)
Dr. Lia Teng

Crisis (2004) … Dr. Lia Teng
Resurrection (2004) … Dr. Lia Teng
Obsession (2004) … Dr. Lia Teng
Velocity (2004) … Dr. Lia Teng
Phoenix (2003) … Dr. Lia Teng
 2003 Jeremiah (TV Series)

The Face in the Mirror (2003) … Rachel
Voices in the Dark (2003) … Rachel
 2002 Flatland (TV Series)
Amy Li

Episode #1.12 (2002) … Amy Li
Episode #1.11 (2002) … Amy Li
Episode #1.10 (2002) … Amy Li
Episode #1.3 (2002) … Amy Li
Episode #1.22 (2002) … Amy Li
 2002 The New Beachcombers (TV Movie)
Constable Kelly Mah (as Francoise Yip)
 2002 Cabin Pressure (TV Movie)
 2001 These Arms of Mine (TV Series)
Jenny Wong

Burning Down the House (2001) … Jenny Wong
To Sir, with Love (2001) … Jenny Wong
Nature Boy (2001) … Jenny Wong
 2001 Witness to a Kill
Kirsten Lee
 2001 Wolf Lake (TV Series)

Unaired Pilot (2001) … Reporter (uncredited)
 2000-2001 Freedom (TV Series)

Ransom (2001) … Jin
Thieves (2000) … Jin
Siege (2000) … Jin
Freezone (2000) … Jin
Enemy (2000) … Jin
 2001/I Mindstorm
 2001 RoboCop: Prime Directives (TV Series)
Lexx Icon

Resurrection (2001) … Lexx Icon
Meltdown (2001) … Lexx Icon
 2001 Lunch with Charles
 2001/I The Pledge
Bartender at Airport
 2000 A Good Burn
 2000 Special Delivery (TV Movie)
Flight Attendant
 2000 Seven Days (TV Series)
Li Mai

Olga’s Excellent Vacation (2000) … Li Mai
 2000 Secret Agent Man (TV Series)

WhupSumAss (2000) … Felicia (as Françoisë Yip)
 2000 Romeo Must Die
Motorcycle Fighter (as François Yip)
 1999 Deep in the City (TV Series)

 1999 Earth: Final Conflict (TV Series)
Beverly Wu

Heroes & Heartbreak (1999) … Beverly Wu
 1998 Millennium (TV Series)
Stewardess #2

The Innocents (1998) … Stewardess #2
 1998 Futuresport (TV Movie)
Keahi (as Francoise Yip)
 1997 Ni ge mie ye chang
 1996 Black Mask
Yeuk Laan (as Françoise C.J. Yip)
 1996 Meng Bo
Saeko Nogami / Yachi
 1996 Wan for
Françoise Yip
 1996 How to Meet the Lucky Stars
 1995 Two Impossible Films (Short)
Johann Woo
 1995 Nie lian
 1995 Rumble in the Bronx
Nancy (as Francois Yip)
 1995 Fighting for My Daughter (TV Movie)


Sapir Azulay was born in Beer-Sheva, Israel and grew up in a nearby small town, Sgula. Her father, Moses has a construction company and her mother Ori is a psychologist. Sapir was a Captain in the Israeli Defense Force, she served as a Tank Commander, operating tanks, heavy machine guns, as
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Actress (16 credits)
 2019 Angel Has Fallen (post-production)
Agent Peterson
  Cilantro (Short) (completed)
 2018/I The Angel
 2018 211
 2018 Teachers (TV Series)

Labor Pains (2018) … Estrella
 2017 Trafficked
 2017 Manolita (Short)
 2015 Adam Astra Casting (TV Movie)
Rock Star
 2015 For Blood (Short)
 2015 Rock Candy Funk Party: Don’t Be Stingy (Video short)
 2015/II Alice (Short)
 2014 Selfie (TV Series)

Follow Through (2014) … Thistle
Here’s This Guy (2014) … Thistle
Un-Tag My Heart (2014) … Thistle
Pilot (2014) … Thistle (uncredited)
 2013 Enchanting Hands (Short)
 2013 Beverly Hills Pawn (TV Series)

Spielberg and Superheroes (2013) … Sapir


Esther K. Chae

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Esther K. Chae
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Esther K. Chae
Eugene, Oregon, U.S.
Residence Santa Monica, CA
Education Korea University (BA)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (MA)
Yale University (MFA)
Occupation Actor
Korean name
Revised Romanization Chae Gyeong-ju
McCune–Reischauer Ch’ae Kyǒngju

Esther Chae (Hangul채경주; RRChae Gyeong-ju) is an award-winning Korean-American actor, published playwright, speaker and consultant for Korean entertainment and Hollywood. Chae has appeared in numerous television shows such as NCIS, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, The West Wing, The Shield, and ER.[2] She has also performed on theater stages including Yale Repertory Theater, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Mark Taper Forum/ Kirk Douglas Theater, East West Players, P.S. 122, and Harvard/American Repertory Theater. Chae was among the inaugural class of TED fellows in 2009.[3] She wrote and performed in So The Arrow Flies,[4] an 80-minute one-woman performance about a North Korean spy and the FBI agent that hunts her down. It touches on post-9/11 themes of terrorism, political ideology, national identity and mother-daughter relationships.

Early life and education[edit]

Chae is the daughter of Dr. Hi-kyung Chae and Mrs. Inja Chae. She was born in Eugene, Oregon, and at the age of five moved to Seoul, South Korea.

She graduated from Korea University with a B.A. in French Literature. Upon graduation, she returned to the United States. Chae earned her M.A. in Theater Studies at the University of Michigan and her M.F.A in Acting at the Yale School of Drama.


Esther Chae has been covered by the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Hollywood Reporter. Her life in Hollywood was the subject of a Korean Broadcasting Station (KBS) documentary.

Esther’s television roles include NCIS, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, The West Wing, 24, The Shield and numerous national commercials; her theatre credits include Yale Repertory Theater, La Mama, Mark Taper Forum / Kirk Douglas Theater and Harvard/A.R.T. She currently teaches Advanced Acting for TV and Film at Emerson College (LA).

As a consultant, she has worked extensively in the entertainment business for the past two decades on major hits such as World of Dance (NBC), Black Panther (Marvel), Lost (ABC) and other high-profile projects.

Esther is an inaugural TED Fellow and has presented her talks at TED, TEDx, Arts Council of Korea and numerous other conferences.

Her unique experience as a speaker, actor and teacher allows her to help others hone their public storytelling and presentation skills. As a speaker coach, she teaches students how to craft effective presentations for business at Yonsei University (Seoul), and has worked with companies such as Sephora, XPrize, Overseas Koreans Foundation and other prominent private clients.

Notable awards and recognition[edit]

Esther is an inaugural TED Fellow and has presented her talks at TED, TEDx, Arts Council of Korea and numerous other conferences.

In 2015, Chae was invited to speak at TEDxPHX where she presented “WIBLDD: What If Bruce Lee Didn’t Die.” This unique talk, combined with performance, highlights Asian American representation (and lack of) in the media and arts through an enlightening conversation with a 75-year-old Master Bruce Lee.

In 2014, Chae was nominated for the “Extraordinary Chambers” (Play), ‘Outstanding Dramatic Production,’ and ‘Outstanding Ensemble’ by San Diego Theater Critic Circle.

In 2010, Chae received the 2010 APA Heritage Trailblazer Award by New York governor David Paterson. That year, she also received the 2010 University of Michigan Emerging Artist Alumni Award & King/Chavez/Parks Visiting Professorship and Emerging Artist Award.[5]

In 2009, she was one of the inaugural 2009 TED Fellows. At the conference she performed an excerpt from her solo performance So The Arrow Flies.[6]

In 2008, Chae was invited to the University of Southern California‘s Network of Korean-American Leaders (NetKAL) Fellowship Program which promotes community leadership among successful second-generation Korean-Americans.[7]

In 2007, Chae was awarded the Korean Wave (Hallryu) Asia Star Award which was nationally and internationally televised throughout South Korea, Philippines, China, and Japan.[8]

So The Arrow Flies[edit]

Chae created and performed So the Arrow Flies, her internationally acclaimed solo performance about an alleged North Korean spy and the FBI agent who interrogates her.

SO THE ARROW FLIES, written and performed by Esther Chae, is a political thriller about an alleged North Korean spy and the FBI agent who interrogates her. In his introduction, David Henry Hwang calls the play a “dazzlingly ambitious play, which explores nothing less than the identity of our world today.” Written by award-winning actor Esther K. Chae, the solo performance play explores complex political and social issues including America’s national security apparatus, global identity and gender roles through modern heroines.

The performance debuted at New York’s Estrogenius Festival in 2007. Since then, it has been featured at TED conference, Ars Nova Theater (New York City), Cherry Lane Theater (New York City), World Women’s Forum (Seoul, Korea), Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Scotland), October Nights Theater Festival (Imola, Italy), and educational institutions such as New York University, Wellesley College and City University of New York’s Martin Segal Theater Center.

So the Arrow Flies (Book) Archived in Yale Library, Drama Collection in University of Washington’s East Asian Library (2016)

Archived in Korea’s National Assembly Library (2015)

Published by Dong-in Press, Korea (2015)

Published by No Passport Press (in English and Korean) (2014)

So the Arrow Flies (Stage Play) Library of Congress, Archive Collection (2012)


Filmography and TV[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Come On Screenwriter and Lead Actor Hampton’s International Film Festival
2000 Becoming an Actress in New York City Lead Nominated – Asian American Ammy Award
2002 24 Mina
2003 S.W.A.T Reporter
2003 The Shield Donna
2003 ER Reporter Justine
2003 The West Wing McKenzie
2004 ABC Micro Mini Series Amy AFTRA Best American Scene Award
2005 Esther Chae in Hollywood Herself Documentary nationally televised in South Korea
2005 Cinema AZN Herself Vision Award by The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications
2006 NCIS Yoon Dawson Episode “Light Sleeper
2006 Night Stalker Dae
2007 Law and Order: Criminal Intent Ms. Kim
2008 The Young and the Restless Dr. Che
2011 Untitled Brenda Hampton Project (pilot) Sarah
2014 Almost Human Korean Newscaster
2015 Sisters Party Girls
2017 Guidance Esther Park Jensen
2018 Bosch Aubrey Stenstrom


Year Production Location Role Notes
1999 Measure for Measure Yale Repertory Theater Juliet
2001 Piano Harvard/American Repertory Theater Han
2001 Pojagi: The Korea Project La MaMa (New York)/Millenium Festival (South Korea) Lead Nominated – New York Obie Award Best Production
2005 Distant Shore Kirk Douglas Theater/Mark Taper Mina
2007 Yellowface Mark Taper Forum Various (u/s)
2006–2010 So The Arrow Flies Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Scotland), Ars Nova Theater (New York), World Women’s Forum (South Korea) Creator and Lead

Voice Over and miscellaneous[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Team America: World Police Voice/ADR
2005 Stealth Voice/ADR
2005 Memoirs of a Geisha Voice/ADR
2009 Fast & Furious Voice/ADR
2010 Bones Voice/ADR
2011 Hall Pass Voice/ADR
2011 Thor Voice/ADR
2012 Total Recall Voice/ADR
2013 Battle of the Year Voice/ADR
2014 Gang Related Voice/ADR
2014 The Gambler Voice/ADR
2014 The Interview Voice/ADR
2015 Avengers: Age of Ultron Voice/ADR
2017 Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Voice/ADR
2018 Black Panther Voice/ADR

Personal life[edit]

Chae is fluent in English and Korean, and knows some French and written Chinese. Chae is certified stage combatant, and is trained in Korean Drum and Mask dance. She summited Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, 5,895m) and trekked the Himalayan Mountains (India, 1400m) and Machu Picchu (Peru, 7,972m).

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • 2014 “Extraordinary Chambers” (Play) Nominated for ‘Outstanding Dramatic Production’ & ‘Outstanding Ensemble’ by San Diego Theater Critic Circle
  • 2010 Asian American Trailblazer Award
  • 2010 University of Michigan Emerging Artist Alumni Award
  • 2009 TED Fellow
  • 2009 Tanee Artist Recognition Award
  • 2009 Durfee ARC Grant
  • 2009 Asian Women’s Giving Circle Grant
  • 2009 Santa Fe Art Institute Screenwriting Fellow
  • 2008 University of Southern California, Center for Asia Pacific Leadership
  • 2008 NetKAL Fellowship
  • 2007 Korean Wave Asian Star Award at the Asia Model Festival Awards
  • 2006 Vision Award by The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (“Cinema AZN”/International Channel)
  • 2005 Producer’s Guild of America Film Development Workshop Fellow
  • 2005 AFTRA Best American Scene Award (“Micro Miniseries”/ABC)
  • 2005 Golden Reel Award, Best Radio Play (“Hiroshima” with Tyne Daly and Ruby Dee)
  • 2001 Ammy Award for Asian Americans, Best Documentary Nominee (“Becoming an Actress in NYC”)
  • 2000 Obie Theater Award Nominee (“Pojagi”/Ping Chong and Co.)


Natalie Valerin is an actress, known for S.W.A.T. (2017), 9-1-1 (2018) and The Shift Rising (2015).
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Actress (7 credits)
 2019 L.A.’s Finest (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 … Beauty
 2018 9-1-1 (TV Series)

Point of Origin (2018) … Jamie
 2017 S.W.A.T. (TV Series)

Cuchillo (2017) … Ariel
 2016 Natalie Valerin: Christmas Time (Video short)
Santa’s Fave
 2016 Guidance (TV Series)

Rumor or Trumor? (2016) … Bethany
 2015 The Shift Rising (Short)
Handcuffed Female


Zabeth Russell was born in Mooresville, Indiana, USA. She is an actress and composer, known for Mystic River (2003), Suburgatory (2011) and Bloodsucking Bastards (2015). She has been married to Gregory James Jenkins since 2014.
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Actress (45 credits)
 2019 Too Old to Die Young (TV Series)

Episode #1.3 … Ginny
 2016-2019 Fresh Off the Boat (TV Series)
Jamie / Random Woman

Do You Hear What I Hear? (2017) … Jamie
Four Funerals and a Wedding (2017) … Jamie
Jessica Place (2016) … Random Woman
 2018 You’re the Worst (TV Series)

Episode #5.7 (2018) … Baker
 2018 I Feel Bad (TV Series)
Volunteer Parent

I Lie to My Kids (2018) … Volunteer Parent
 2018 GLOW (TV Series)

Mother of All Matches (2018) … Karen
 2018 Superstore (TV Series)
Middle-Aged Woman

Lottery (2018) … Middle-Aged Woman
 2018 Speechless (TV Series)
Random Mom

THE H-U-S– HUSTLE (2018) … Random Mom
 2017 Modern Family (TV Series)
Juror Eight

Brushes with Celebrity (2017) … Juror Eight
 2017 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
Nurse Veronica

Episode #1.13182 (2017) … Nurse Veronica
Episode #1.13169 (2017) … Nurse Veronica
 2017 Guidance (TV Series)

Dead of Night (2017) … Secretary
 2017 Rabbi Taylor (Short)
 2017 Bizaardvark (TV Series)
Nurse Colleen

The Doctor Will See You Now (2017) … Nurse Colleen
 2017 American Airness (TV Movie)
 2016 Gerls (TV Movie)
 2016 F’d (TV Series)

The Funeral Party (2016) … Oksana
 2016 Uncle Buck (TV Series)
Ms. Beam

Li’l Scarface (2016) … Ms. Beam
 2016 Henry Danger (TV Series)

Text, Lies, & Video (2016) … Jasmine
 2012-2015 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
Sketch Performer / Brooke / Scandal Mom / …

Episode #10.385 (2013) … Scandal Mom
Episode #10.312 (2013) … Fed Up Female Coworker
Episode #10.164 (2012) … Angry Teacher
Episode #10.147 (2012) … Sketch Performer
 2015 Jane the Virgin (TV Series)

Chapter Twenty-Eight (2015) … Nurse
 2015 The Startup (TV Series)
 2015 Bloodsucking Bastards
 2014/I The Group (Short)
Lynette Wilkins
 2014 Dad on Avail (TV Series)
 2013-2014 Suburgatory (TV Series)

Blame It on the Rainstick (2014) … Greta
Junior Secretary’s Day (2013) … Greta
 2013 Prodigal Daughter (TV Movie)
 2013 Nobodies (TV Movie)
Pearl Smith
 2013 Enlightened (TV Series)
Woman in Car

No Doubt (2013) … Woman in Car
 2012 See Dad Run (TV Series)
Laura / Juror #1

See Dad Rest His Case … Laura / Juror #1
 2012 Hollywood Heights (TV Series)
Paparazzi #1

Meeting a Rockstar (2012) … Paparazzi #1
 2012 The Office (TV Series)
Bachelorette Party Guest

Welcome Party (2012) … Bachelorette Party Guest
 2012 Smokewood (TV Movie)
 2012 Raising Hope (TV Series)

Gambling Again (2012) … Woman
 2011 Deerskin Lake (Short)
 2011 Down As We Go
 2011 The Fantasy (Short)
 2011 Consequences (TV Series)

Monisa (2011) … Tara
Everyone (2011) … Tara
 2011 The Stash (TV Series)
Porn Academy Spokeswoman

Episode #1.4 (2011) … Porn Academy Spokeswoman
 2010 Band of Bigfoot Lives (Video documentary short)
Cindy Milford
 2010 Fishnet
 2010 Screenwriting: A Love Story (Short)
 2008 Great Moments in Human Interaction (TV Series)
 2008 Atom TV (TV Series) (segment “Great Moments in Human Interaction”)

Episode #1.14 (2008) … (segment “Great Moments in Human Interaction”)
 2003 Mystic River
Diane Cestra


Nicole Zeoli was born on August 10, 1984 in The Bronx, New York, USA. She is an actress, known for Chloe and Theo (2015), How I Met Your Mother (2005) and The Ropes (2011).
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Actress (19 credits)
 2015 Chloe and Theo
Shop Girl
 2015 Zoey to the Max
Liz Manning
 2013 Zombeo & Juliécula (Short)
 2012 Love & Other Mishaps (TV Series)

The Crappy Day (2012) … Patty
The Fifth Wheel (2012) … Patty
The Birthday Surprise (2012) … Patty
The Workout Partner (2012) … Patty
 2012 KTLA Morning News (TV Series)

Fall Nighttime Fashions (2012) … Model
 2012 The Ropes (TV Series)

V-Day (2012) … Roz
Perception Versus Reality (2012) … Roz
Meet the Boys (2012) … Roz
Interrogation (2012) … Roz
 2012 How I Met Your Mother (TV Series)

The Drunk Train (2012) … Lindsay
 2012 Sand Sharks
 2011 Machine Head
 2011 Closing Doors (Short)
 2010 Roomies (TV Movie)
Ralph’s Sister
 2010 Gravity (TV Series)
Nurse Jane

Calemnity (2010) … Nurse Jane
Love at First Suicide (2010) … Nurse Jane
Old People Creep Me Out (2010) … Nurse Jane (uncredited)
 2010 Important Things with Demetri Martin (TV Series)
Hot Girl

Strategy (2010) … Hot Girl
 2009 Life’s a Butch (TV Series)
Big Wig’s Assistant
 2009 The Telling (Video)
Roxy (segment “Sorority Sisters”)
 2009 Trust Me (TV Series)
Conners ex

The More Things Change (2009) … Conners ex
 2009 A Black Lie (Short)
 2008 Crazy Girls Undercover
Annie Landon
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 2008 Fashion News Live (TV Series)

Episode #5.38 (2008) … Herself