GABRIELLE MILLER

Gabrielle Miller

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Gabrielle Miller
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Miller in 2012
Born
Gabrielle Sunshine Miller[1]

(1973-11-09) November 9, 1973 (age 45)

Years active 1993 – present
Awards Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series
2007 Corner Gas (shared) Leo Awards for Best Performance or Host in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series
2005, 2006 Corner Gas
Leo Awards for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series
2007 Robson Arms

Gabrielle Sunshine Miller (born November 9, 1973) is a Canadian actress who, since the start of her career in 1993, has appeared in hundreds of television films and series episodes, including leading roles in two of Canada’s most popular concurrently-running series, the sitcom Corner Gas (2004–09) and the comedy-drama Robson Arms (2005–08). She was also a regular or semi-regular on the TV series Pasadena (2002), Alienated (2003–04), Call Me Fitz (2012–13), Mother Up! (2013) and Good Witch (2015–16).

Career[edit]

She was a cast member of the Canadian television series Corner Gas, for which she won a shared Gemini Awards for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series in 2007[2] and two Leo Awards for Best Performance or Host in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series (2005 and 2006).[3][4]

She is also featured in the CTV series Robson Arms for which she won another Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series in 2007.[5] The limited-length seasons of both programs allowed her to appear in both series simultaneously.

Miller also had a recurring role on the television series Alienated during 2004, giving her the rare distinction of starring in three ongoing series during the same calendar year.

Miller’s TV and film career dates back to 1993, and she has appeared in a variety of Canadian and American productions, including Highlander: The Series (where she played two different roles), The X-Files (where she played two different roles), Stargate SG-1, UC: Undercover, Outer Limits and Frasier. In 2002 she was a cast member on the short-lived American drama series, Breaking News. She also made an appearance on Sliders as Fling.

She is also a sponsor of World Vision Canada.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Digger Rosemary Malone
1996 Starlight Deborah
1998 Rupert’s Land Shelley
2000 The Silencer Jill Martin
2000 Marine Life Joyce
2002 Liebe auf den 2. Blick Sarah Video
2006 Love and Other Dilemmas Ginger Shapiro
2011 Sisters & Brothers Louise
2012 Moving Day Lina
2013 Down River Fawn
2014 Corner Gas: The Movie Lacey Burrows
2016 The Adventure Club Jane Completed

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Judgment Day: The John List Story Patty List Television film
1993 For the Love of My Child: The Anissa Ayala Story Claudine Television film
1993–94 Highlander: The Series Bess / Michelle Episodes: “Epitaph for Tommy”, “Rite of Passage”
1994 Neon Rider Nicole Episode: “Where the Buffalo Roam”
1994 Moment of Truth: To Walk Again Karen Television film
1994 The Disappearance of Vonnie Francine Television film
1994 M.A.N.T.I.S. Antonia Krieg Episode: “The Black Dragon”
1995 Madison Jennifer Steadman Episode: “Bad Girls”
1995 The Other Mother: A Moment of Truth Movie Sister Beatrice Television film
1995–96 The X-Files Paula Gray / Brenda J. Summerfield Episodes: “Our Town“, “Syzygy
1996 The Outer Limits Charlotte Nichols Episode: “From Within
1997 The Sentinel Kate Freeman Episode: “Smart Alec”
1997 Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story Despina Television film
1997 Dead Man’s Gun Louise Episode: “My Brother’s Keeper”
1997 Stargate SG-1 Thetys Episode: “Brief Candle”
1998 Viper Wanda Stirnweis Episode: “Paper Trail”
1998 Voyage of Terror Paula Simon Television film
1998 Poltergeist: The Legacy Mary Miller Episode: “The Covenant”
1998 Floating Away Sugar Television film
1998 In the Doghouse Lauren Gibb Television film
1998 Welcome to Paradox Jane Episode: “Alien Jane”
1998 The New Addams Family Amanda Peterson Episode: “New Neighbors Meet the Addams Family”
1999 Da Vinci’s Inquest Joanna Episodes: “The Hunt”, “The Capture”
1999 The Net Julie “Diva” Davis Episode: “Eye-see-you.com”
1999 First Wave Molly Simon Episode: “Susperience”
2000 The Inspectors 2: A Shred of Evidence Betty Marsh Television film
2000–01 The Outer Limits Wendy Seymour / Megan Episodes: “Glitch“, “The Tipping Point
2001 Anatomy of a Hate Crime Kara Dupree Television film
2001 The Immortal Amente Episode: “Forest for the Trees”
2001 The Chris Isaak Show Officer Bonnie Episode: “Fantasia”
2001 UC: Undercover Vanessa Episodes: “Life on the Wire”, “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye”
2002 Video Voyeur Tisha Salomon Television film
2002 Due East Judi Television film
2002 Jeremiah Naomi Episode: “The Touch”
2002 Pasadena Emily Recurring role
2002 Breaking News Jacqui Savard
2002 The Twilight Zone Angela Perry Episode: “To Protect and Serve”
2003 Jake 2.0 Jenny Episode: “Last Man Standing”
2003–04 Alienated Rebecca Myers Recurring role
2004 Frasier Willa Haver Episode: “Coots and Ladders”
2004 The Collector Alicia Keller Episode: “The Roboticist”
2004–09 Corner Gas Lacey Burrows Main role
2005–08 Robson Arms Bobbi Briggs Main role
2007 Intelligence Rayann Ribiso Episode: “Dante’s Inferno”
2007 Whistler Alexis Grace Episode: “End Game”
2007 Holiday in Handcuffs Jessica Barber Television film
2008 Shoot Me Now Gabrielle Episode: “Leo Awards: Parts 1 & 2”
2010 Cold Case Barb Welter (1974) Episode: “The Runaway Bunny”
2010 NCIS Andrea Mavery Episode: “Jurisdiction”
2011 Trading Christmas Faith Kerrigan Television film
2012–13 Call Me Fitz Melody Gray Recurring role
2013 Mother Up! Sarah (voice) Main role
2013 Lost Girl Caroline Episode: “Adventures in Fae-bysitting”
2013 Person of Interest Dr. Julianna De Matteo Episode: “In Extremis”
2013 Satisfaction Denise Episode: “First Contact”
2013 The Listener Dr. Jillian Sisley Episode: “Fatal Vision”
2014 Christmas at Cartwright’s Fiona Aldrich Television film
2015 Haven Lainey Fortuna Episode: “Wild Card”, “Perditus”
2015–16 Good Witch Linda Wallace Recurring role
2016 Adventures in Babysitting Donna Cooper Television film
2018 Corner Gas Animated Lacey Burrows Main role
2018 Once Upon a Time Mother Flora Episode: “Flower Child

Awards/Nominations[edit]

Awards
Year Award Category Production Result
1999 Gemini Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series Da Vinci’s Inquest Nominated
2004 Gemini Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series Corner Gas (“Face Off”) Nominated
2004 Canadian Comedy Award Television – Pretty Funny Performance – Female Corner Gas Nominated
2005 Leo Dramatic Series: Best Guest Performance by a Female Robson Arms (“The Tell-Tale Latex”) Nominated
2005 Leo Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series: Best Performance or Host(s) Corner Gas (“Face Off”) Won
2006 Leo Best Performance or Host in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series Corner Gas (“The Brent Effect”) Won
2006 Gemini Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series Corner Gas (“Merry Gasmas”) Nominated
2007 Gemini Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series Corner Gas (“Gopher It”) Won
2007 Gemini Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role Robson Arms (“Texas Birthmark”) Nominated
2007 Leo Best Performance or Host(s) in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series Corner Gas (“Dress for Success”) Nominated
2007 Leo Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series Robson Arms (“Texas Birthmark”) Won
2008 Leo Best Performance or Host(s) in a Music, Comedy, or Variety Program or Series Corner Gas (“Happy Campers”) Nominated
2009 Leo Best Performance or Host(s) in a Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series Corner Gas (“Whiner Takes All”) Nominated
2013 Canadian Screen Award Best Supporting Actress Moving Day Nominated
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Larissa Marolt

Larissa Marolt

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Larissa Marolt
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Larissa Marolt in 2014
Born Larissa-Antonia Marolt
(1992-07-10) 10 July 1992 (age 26)
Carinthia, Austria
Occupation Model, actress
Years active 2008–present
Modeling information
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Blue / Green
Website www.maroltlarissa.at

Larissa-Antonia Marolt (born 10 July 1992 in Klagenfurt[1]) is an Austrian fashion model and actress. She was the winner of the first cycle of Austria’s Next Topmodel.[2] After her victory she also participated in the fourth season of Germany’s Next Top Model, where she was placed eighth.[3]

Early life[edit]

Marolt was raised in the Carinthian town of St. Kanzian, where her father, Heinz Anton Marolt, a former member of the Austrian Freedom Party and retired local politician, owns a hotel. She has three siblings (two brothers and one older sister). Marolt attended a Gymnasium and passed her A-Levels in 2010.

Career[edit]

At the age of 16, Marolt auditioned for Austria’s Next Top Model, where she was chosen as one of the ten girls to appear on the TV show. In the last episode she was declared winner of the title “Austria’s Next Topmodel”. The prize included a contract with the modelling agency Wiener Models, an appearance on the cover of the Austrian Magazine Miss in February 2008, a contract as the face of the next advertising campaign for Swarovski Crystallized and a participation in Germany’s Next Topmodel by Heidi Klum, making her the second (After Andrea Akmazdic from Croatia and Bosnia) contestant worldwide to appear on two different Top Model shows.

Despite being a former winner and the audience’s favourite, Marolt failed to garner the sympathy of her fellow contestants, which resulted in her isolation from the group.[4] After her participation in the two shows, she walked the runway in the Amber Fashion Show[5] and the Vienna Life Ball in 2009. She also landed the covers of several Austrian magazines such as Madonna or Live.

Marolt (second from the right) with the other finalists of Germany’s Next Topmodel 2009

Marolt 2014 at the premier of her film Rise Up! And Dance in Vienna

In early 2010, Marolt participated in a spin-off show from Germany’s Next Top Model based on the US reality series Modelville called Die Model WG. Despite getting booked for a runway show in the first episode Marolt decided to quit in Episode 2 in favour of school where she was busy with the preparation of her exams for her upcoming A-Level which she has passed. She went to New York and studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute. After she graduated she went to Berlin where she played the role of Maxi Koenig in the German series Anna und die Liebe. Beside she played a role in the TV series Danni Lowinski.

Marolts first movie, the Austrian production Rise Up! And Dance directed by Barbara Gräftner, premiered on March 11, 2014 at the UCI Cinema in the Millennium City in Vienna.[6][7] Marolt also plays in the 2013 Austrian horror movie Hopped Up – Friedliche Droge, directed by Michael Fischa,[8] the lead role. The film will be shown early 2014 in cinemas in Austria and Germany.[9][10]

In 2014, she participated in the German version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! and finished 2nd place. Marolt had to perform altogether ten bushtucker trials which are used to allow the contestants to gain food and treats for the camp. She was selected by the TV viewers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to eight trials in a row setting a new world record, as no other celebrity in any of the international shows has been chosen that often consecutively.[11][12]

On 8 February 2014, Marolt was honoured by her birth town of Klagenfurt with a reception and received from its mayor Christian Scheider the ‘Special Lindwurm Award’.[13][14] This special award was bestowed before only once in 2004 to the German entertainer Thomas Gottschalk.[15]

From 28 March 2014 to 16 May, Marolt took part in the seventh series of the German TV show Let’s Dance and finished in fourth place with her dancing partner Massimo Sinató.[16]

On 26 April 2014, Marolt won a Romy award at the 25th Romy TV Awards ceremony in the Vienna Hofburg.[17][18]

Marolt will take place in the German television game show Schlag den Star, an offshoot of the Schlag den Raab show, and compete in the first episode under the motto “Duell der Schönheiten” on 19 July 2014 against presenter and model Annica Hansen.[19]

From mid-September 2014, Marolt will be together with Peter Rapp, Oliver Pocher and Petra Frey in the jury of the fourth season of ORF‘s talent show Die große Chance’.[20]

On 17 June 2014, Marolt received the “New-Face-Award” at the Leading Ladies Award ceremony in Vienna. The prices were awarded in eight categories by Austria’s weekly women magazine Madonna for the eight time.[21] Other winners besides Marolt were Christina Stürmer, Anna Fenninger, Ursula Karven and Sara Nuru.[22]

In August 2014, Marolt helped to raise awareness of the disease ALS by participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge.[23]

The head of RTL Television, Frank Hoffmann, announced on 17 July 2014 that filming of a docudrama centering on the life of Marolt had started.[24] The docudrama titled Larissa goes to Hollywood started to be screened in Germany on 25 April 2015.[25]

In January 2016 Marolt shared the first place at the styling contest Promi Shopping Queen by the German television channel VOX with the actor Thomas Held. She was shopping with her sister Lisa-Marie[26] in Klagenfurt and donated the prize money to the Kärntner Kinderkrebshilfe.[27][28]

Personal life[edit]

Lake Klopein

Marolt was dating filmmaker Whitney Sudler-Smith from 2011 to 2016.[29][30][31]

In 2015, Marolt bought together with her father the hotel Seehotel Klopein at the Lake Klopein located within the municipality of Sankt Kanzian in Carinthia, Austria.[32][33] The three star hotel consisting of nine buildings was sold by the UniCredit Bank Austria AG to the Marolt Hotel GmbH and is only one kilometer away from the hotel owned by her parents.[34]

TV appearances[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2014 Special Lindwurm Award
  • 2014 Romy
  • 2014 Leading Ladies Awards (New-Face-Award category)

Angelique Boyer

Angelique Boyer

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Angelique Boyer
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Boyer crying during a scene of Lo que la vida me robó
Born Angelique Monique-Paulette Boyer
(1988-07-04) July 4, 1988 (age 30)
Saint-Claude, Jura, France
Residence Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2004–present
Partner(s)

Angelique Boyer (Spanish pronunciation: [aɲɟʝeˈlik βoˈʝeɾ]; in full Angelique Monique-Paulette Boyer Rousseau[3] French pronunciation: ​[ɑ̃ʒelik mɔnik polɛt bwajeʁ ʁuso] on July 4, 1988) is a FrenchMexican actress.

She started her career playing secondary roles in the telenovelas Rebelde, Muchachitas como tú, and Corazón Salvaje. In 2010, she was given her first protagonist role in Teresa.[4][5]

Biography[edit]

Boyer was born in Saint-Claude, Jura, France.[3] Boyer and her family moved to Mexico when she was two years old.

At a very young age, she became a member of the musical group “Rabanitos Verdes” (Little Green Radishes). At the age of eight she enrolled in the Centro de Educación Artística, where she later graduated at the age of 12.[citation needed]

While filming Rebelde, she and two other co-stars – the characters of Celina (Estefanía Villareal) and José Luján (Zoraida Gómez) – formed the band Citricus or C3Q’S. After Rebelde, Boyer auditioned for Bailando por la Boda de mis Sueños (Dancing for my Dream Wedding).

Transition to mature roles[edit]

In 2009, she was cast in the high crime drama television series Mujeres Asesinas 2.[6] These controversial roles marked a significant change in Boyer’s acting career, for this was the first time fans had seen the actress in more mature roles.

Not long after she was the protagonist-antagonist in Teresa, she participated in a theatre role, Ausencia de Dios (God’s Absence) she went from “la hembra mala” (femme fatale) to a “monja” (a nun in catholic religion), where she worked with Raquel Olmedo once again, and Jacqueline Andere.

In 2012, Boyer starred in the telenovela Abismo de pasión with David Zepeda.[7]

On June 26, 2013, it was confirmed that Boyer (along with Sebastián Rulli and Luis Roberto Guzmán) would star in Angelli Nesma’s Lo que la vida me robó, a remake of Ernesto Alonso’s Bodas de odio produced in 1983.[8] In late 2015, she was cast in Angelli Nesma Medina‘s telenovela Tres veces Ana.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 J-ok’el Chica Francesa

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004–05 Rebelde Victoria “Vico” Paz Recurring Role
2007 Objetos perdidos Miss Fitzgerald “Objeto 2” (Season 1, Episode 2)
Muchachitas como tú Margarita Recurring role
2009 Mujeres asesinas Soledad Oropeza “Soledad, cautiva” (Season 2, Episode 8)
2008–09 Alma de hierro Sandra “Sandy” Hierro Jiménez Recurring role
2009–10 Corazón salvaje Jimena / Estrella / Ángela Villareal
2010–11 Teresa Teresa Chávez Aguirre Lead role
2012 Abismo de pasión Elisa Castañón
2013–14 Lo que la vida me robó Montserrat Mendoza
2016 Tres veces Ana Ana Lucía / Ana Laura / Ana Leticia
2018 Contracara[9] Lúcia Borges

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2010 Premios TVyNovelas Best young actress Corazón salvaje Nominated
Premios People en Español Best young actress Nominated[10]
2011 Premios TVyNovelas Best actress Teresa Won
Premios People en Español Best couples with Aarón Díaz) Nominated[11]
Best couples (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated[12]
Best actress Nominated
Kids Choice Awards México Favorite female character in a series Nominated[13]
Despicable Nominated
Premios Bravo Best actress Won[14]
Premios Juventud Best couples (with Aarón Díaz and Sebastián Rulli) Won
Girl of my dreams Nominated
2012 Premios ACE Best Lead Actress Won[15]
Premios People en Español Best couples (with David Zepeda) Abismo de pasión Nominated
Best actress Nominated
Kids Choice Awards México Favorite Actress Nominated[16]
Premios Juventud Girl of my dreams Nominated[17]
2013 Premios TVyNovelas Best Lead Actress Nominated
2014 Premios Juventud Girl of my dreams Lo que la vida me robó Won[18][19]
2015 Premios TVyNovelas Best Lead Actress Nominated[20]
Favoritos del público[21][22] The Prettiest Nominated
Favorite Kiss (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated
Favorite Couple (with Sebastián Rulli) Nominated
Favorite Slap (with Daniela Castro) Nominated
2017 Premios TVyNovelas Best Lead Actress Tres veces Ana Won

KATHLEEN WILHOITE UPDATE

Born in 1964, Kathleen Wilhoite grew up in Santa Barbara, California, and began singing in her church choir from the first grade. Two years later, she was performing on stage, as part of a back-up choir, with The Carpenters, at the Santa Barbara County Bowl. All the while, she studied piano and songwriting and appeared in her high school’s theater…
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Actress (127 credits)
 2018 The Resident (TV Series)
Claudia Webb

Run, Doctor, Run (2018) … Claudia Webb
 2018 Kevin (Probably) Saves the World (TV Series)
Phoebe Powell

Caught White-Handed (2018) … Phoebe Powell
 2017/I Ride
Amanda
 2017 Wisdom of the Crowd (TV Series)
Karen Sanford

Trojan Horse (2017) … Karen Sanford
 2016 Summer Camp Island (Short)
Oscar’s Mom / Banana / Additional Voices (voice)
 2016 The Dog Lover
Mrs. Gold
 2015 The Fetch (Short)
Dale
 2015 Deathly (Short)
Dianne
 2015 Battle Creek (TV Series)
Susan

Stockholm (2015) … Susan
 2015 Jane the Virgin (TV Series)
Wendy

Chapter Sixteen (2015) … Wendy
 2015 A Sort of Homecoming
Annie Landry
 2014 Jennifer Falls (TV Series)
Cheryl

Triangle (2014) … Cheryl
 2013 Next Week’s Game (Short)
Mom
 2013 Crazy Kind of Love
Doris
 2012 Curse of the Sunset Starlet (Short)
Zarianne
 2012 California Solo
Catherine
 2011 Mindwash. The Jake Sessions (Short) (voice)
 2011 Seeking Justice
Mother
 2011 The Glades (TV Series)
Mrs. Wyatt

Iron Pipeline (2011) … Mrs. Wyatt
 2011 The Defenders (TV Series)
Natalie

Nevada v. Wayne (2011) … Natalie
 2010 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Margo Ketchum

Red Sky in the Morning (2010) … Margo Ketchum
 2009 Ice Dreams (TV Movie)
Debra Laston
 2009 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Leslie Goldman

Invasion (2009) … Leslie Goldman
 2009 Endless Bummer
Peggy
 2009 In Plain Sight (TV Series)
Ingrid Berrenson

A Frond in Need (2009) … Ingrid Berrenson
 2009 The New Adventures of Old Christine (TV Series)
Mrs. Dee Sellick

Hair (2009) … Mrs. Dee Sellick
 2009 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Sherri Brinkman

Wanted (2009) … Sherri Brinkman
 2008 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Kathy Evanson

Minimal Loss (2008) … Kathy Evanson
 2008 The Cleaner (TV Series)
Irene Kemp

Rag Dolls (2008) … Irene Kemp
 2008 Fragments
Jenn
 2004-2007 Gilmore Girls (TV Series)
Liz Danes

Bon Voyage (2007) … Liz Danes
Unto the Breach (2007) … Liz Danes
Will You Be My Lorelai Gilmore? (2007) … Liz Danes
I’m a Kayak, Hear Me Roar (2007) … Liz Danes
Merry Fisticuffs (2006) … Liz Danes
 2007 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Valerie Parker

Children of Ghosts (2007) … Valerie Parker
 2007 King of California
Kelly
 2006 Boston Legal (TV Series)
Sophia Wilson

The Nutcrackers (2006) … Sophia Wilson
 2005 Firecracker
Jessica
 2005 Charmed (TV Series)
Nadine

The Seven Year Witch (2005) … Nadine
 2004 The 4400 (TV Series)
Grace Morrissey

The New and Improved Carl Morrissey (2004) … Grace Morrissey
 2004 Century City (TV Series)
Laura

 2004 Family Sins (TV Movie)
Nadine Devereaux
 2004 Perfect Opposites
Terri Curtis
 2003 The Bug in My Ear (Short)
Kat
 2003 Audrey’s Rain (TV Movie)
Marguerite Walker
 2003 The Division (TV Series)
Christine Phillips

Wish You Were Here (2003) … Christine Phillips
 2003 Will & Grace (TV Series)
Sally

 2003 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Nancy Gilbert

The Best Interests of the Child (2003) … Nancy Gilbert
 2003 Boomtown (TV Series)
Sally McBride

Sinaloa Cowboys (2003) … Sally McBride
 2003 Quicksand
Beth Ann
 2002 3-South (TV Series)
Cindy

Stomach Pump (2002) … Cindy (voice)
College Material (2002) … Cindy (voice)
The Freshmen (2002) … Cindy
 2002 For the People (TV Series)
Maxine Darwell

Dog Day (2002) … Maxine Darwell
 2002 Third Watch (TV Series)
Chloe Lewis

Unleashed (2002) … Chloe Lewis
 1994-2002 ER (TV Series)
Chloe Lewis

Brothers and Sisters (2002) … Chloe Lewis
Fevers of Unknown Origin (1996) … Chloe Lewis
Fire in the Belly (1996) … Chloe Lewis
A Shift in the Night (1996) … Chloe Lewis
The Match Game (1996) … Chloe Lewis
 2002 Philly (TV Series)
Lori Miller

Tall Tales (2002) … Lori Miller
 2002 My Sister’s Keeper (TV Movie)
Mona
 2002 24 (TV Series)
Lauren Proctor

8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. (2002) … Lauren Proctor
 2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Jane Rudd

Care (2001) … Jane Rudd
 2001 Family Guy (TV Series)
Sam / Various

To Love and Die in Dixie (2001) … Sam / Various (voice)
 2001 On the Edge (TV Movie)
Lucy (wraparound segments)
 2001 Gideon’s Crossing (TV Series)
Dying Woman

Father Knows Best (2001) … Dying Woman
 2000 Touched by an Angel (TV Series)
Kathy Benson

An Angel on My Tree (2000) … Kathy Benson
 1997-2000 Pepper Ann (TV Series)
Pepper Ann / Additional Voices / Pepper Ann Pearson

The Finale (2000) … Pepper Ann / Additional Voices (voice)
The Word/The Perfect Couple (2000) … Pepper Ann
Unhappy Campers/The Search for Pepper Ann Pearson (2000) … Pepper Ann / Additional Voices (voice)
Moose in Love/Two’s Company (2000) … Pepper Ann
Dear Debby/Too Cool to Be Mom (2000) … Pepper Ann
 2000 Pay It Forward
Bonnie
 2000 Angels!
Georgeanne
 2000 Nurse Betty
Sue Ann
 2000 East of A
Spark
 2000 Family Law (TV Series)
Janel March

Metamorphosis (2000) … Janel March
 2000 Drowning Mona
Lucinda
 1999 L.A. Doctors (TV Series)
Claire Elliott

Been There, Done That (1999) … Claire Elliott
 1998 Girl
The Hip Salesgirl
 1998 Ally McBeal (TV Series)
Janie Bittner

Body Language (1998) … Janie Bittner
 1997 The Maze
Mira
 1997 Breast Men (TV Movie)
Timmi-Jean Lindsey
 1997 The Edge
Ginny
 1997 Perversions of Science (TV Series)
Paula

Snap Ending (1997) … Paula
 1997 Crisis Center (TV Series)
Sarah Morrow

Where Truth Lies (1997) … Sarah Morrow
 1996 Tales of Erotica
Jolene Wolff (segment “Wet”)
 1996 Terror in the Family (TV Movie)
Judith
 1996 Mad About You (TV Series)
Iris

The Glue People (1996) … Iris
Do Me a Favor (1996) … Iris
 1995 The Chili Con Carne Club (Short)
Pete’s Co-Worker
 1994 18 Minutes in Albuquerque (TV Short)
Anne
 1994 Color of Night
Michelle
 1994 Wet (Short)
Jolene Wolff
 1993-1994 L.A. Law (TV Series)
Rosalie Hendrickson / Rosalie Hendrickson Stulwicz

Finish Line (1994) … Rosalie Hendrickson Stulwicz
God Is My Co-Counsel (1994) … Rosalie Hendrickson
McKenzie, Brackman, Barnum & Bailey (1994) … Rosalie Hendrickson
The Green, Green Grass of Home (1993) … Rosalie Hendrickson
Hackett or Pack It (1993) … Rosalie Hendrickson
 1994 Benders
Terri
 1993 Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back (TV Movie)
Lily Ward
 1993 Fire in the Sky
Katie Rogers
 1992 Crossroads (TV Series)
Selena

Miles Away from Home (1992) … Selena
 1992 Lorenzo’s Oil
Deirdre Murphy
 1992 Quantum Leap (TV Series)
Norma Jean Pilcher

Moments to Live – May 4, 1985 (1992) … Norma Jean Pilcher
 1992 Live! From Death Row (TV Movie)
Lorraine
 1991 Dead on the Money (TV Movie)
 1990 Twin Peaks (TV Series)
Gwen Morton

Episode #2.8 (1990) … Gwen Morton
 1990 Cop Rock (TV Series)
Patricia Spence

The Cocaine Mutiny (1990) … Patricia Spence
A Three-Corpse Meal (1990) … Patricia Spence
Pilot (1990) … Patricia Spence
 1990 Bad Influence
Leslie
 1990 Everybody Wins
Amy
 1989 Road House
Carrie
 1989 Brenda Starr
Reporter Hank O’Hare
 1989 Cathy’s Valentine (TV Movie)
Cathy Andrews (voice)
 1988 Cathy’s Last Resort (TV Movie)
Cathy Andrews (voice)
 1988 Dream Demon
Jenny Hoffman
 1988 Crossing Delancey
Myla Bondy
 1988 Heartbeat (TV Series)
Wendy Moran

Pilot (1988) … Wendy Moran
 1987 Repairs (Short)
Hank
 1987 Under Cover
Corrinne Armour
 1987 Cathy (TV Movie)
Cathy (voice)
 1987 Campus Man
Molly Gibson
 1987 Angel Heart
Nurse
 1986 Witchboard
Zarabeth
 1986 Ratboy
Party Guest
 1986 Throb (TV Series)
Tina Toxoid

My Fair Punker Lady (1986) … Tina Toxoid
 1986 Heart of the City (TV Series)
Mary / Tiger Lady

Cold Steal and Neon (1986) … Mary / Tiger Lady
 1986 Fame (TV Series)
Roberta

W.S.O.A. (1986) … Roberta
 1986 Murphy’s Law
Arabella McGee
 1986 CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series)
Paulie

Have You Tried Talking to Patty? (1986) … Paulie
 1985 Cagney & Lacey (TV Series)
Adrien Wickart

On the Street (1985) … Adrien Wickart
 1985 Goodbye Charlie (TV Short)
Victoria Burns
 1985 The Jeffersons (TV Series)
Robin

State of Mind (1985) … Robin
 1985 Not My Kid (TV Movie)
Penny
 1984 Single Bars, Single Women (TV Movie)
Dee Dee
 1984 Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (TV Movie)
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Nora Jane Struthers

Nora Jane Struthers

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Nora Jane Struthers
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Nora Jane Struthers
Background information
Birth name Nora Jane Struthers
Born (1983-11-11) November 11, 1983 (age 34)
Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Origin Ridgewood, New Jersey, United States
Genres Americana, folk rock,[1] country
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, Band leader
Years active 2008–present
Labels Blue Pig Music
Website Nora Jane Struthers website

Nora Jane Struthers (born November 11, 1983) is an American singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee who is notable for her critically acclaimed Americana (music) and roots rock. Rolling Stone Country debuted a video for “Let Go” from Struthers’ album Wake with an article in which Stephen L. Betts wrote that “the ever-widening scope of Nora Jane Struthers’ musicality means that placing a neat, easy label on the genre she best represents is virtually impossible.”[2] In a post for Amy Poehler’s blog Smart Girls, Alexa Peters wrote that “Nora Jane is entirely and unequivocally herself, and wants to encourage you to do the same.”[3] National Public Radio (United States) described Struthers as “quietly brilliant” in article headlined “Country Music’s Year of the Woman.”[4] Struthers’ 2013 album Carnival, recorded with her touring band The Party Line, spent more than three months in the Top 20 of Americana Radio charts and peaked at No. 7.[5] Carnival ranked 24th on the 2013 Americana Airplay Top 100 list.[6] In a review of Carnival, the Tampa Bay Times wrote that Struthers’ unique brand of “rich storytelling, repeat-worth melodies and a modern mashup of traditional, bluegrass folk, country and rock influences” sets her apart from many roots-inspired contemporaries.[7]

Early life and education[edit]

Struthers was born in Fairfax, Virginia, United States, six months before her family moved to Avon, Conn. When Struthers was four years old, the family moved again to Ridgewood, New Jersey. She grew up singing and playing music with her father Alan Struthers, a bluegrass musician.[5] Struthers was named Nora by her parents after Nora Charles, a character in Dashiell Hammett’s novel The Thin Man, and Jane after English author Jane Austen. Her family called her Jane, but Nora stuck in school when that name was used for calling roll in kindergarten.[8]

Struthers said as a little girl she would often watch out the front window for her father at the end of the day and greet him with a yodel and the two frequented bluegrass festivals and fiddler conventions along the East Coast as she got older.[5]

Struthers was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of four, when a reading specialist told her parents that Nora Jane would never go to college.[3] She ultimately proved the reading specialist wrong, however, studying English Education and Africana Studies at New York University’s School of Education. After graduating in 2005, Struthers worked as a teacher at The Williamsburg Charter High School in Brooklyn, New York, until 2008.[9]

Career[edit]

Struthers played shows with her father under the name Dirt Road Sweetheart and the duo released an album titled I Heard The Bluebirds Sing on May 11, 2008. In 2008, Struthers gave up her job as a teacher and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue a career as a full-time musician. She soon began touring with a band of rotating musicians she dubbed The Bootleggers and ultimately won the prestigious Telluride Bluegrass Festival band contest in June 2010.[5]

Struthers released a self-titled debut solo album on July 10, 2010. Nora Jane Struthers, produced by Brent Truitt, featured established musicians such as multi-instrumentalist Tim O’Brien and fiddler Stuart Duncan.[9]

Struthers joined Americana acoustic quintet Bearfoot later in 2010 and the group released the album American Story in 2011, which featured six songs written or co-written by Struthers. One of them, “Tell Me a Story,” became a top-rated video on Country Music Television.[9]

Struthers had written a collection of songs for a new solo album by 2012 and launched a Kickstarter campaign that raised $22,000 in less than four weeks to help fund it. She formed a touring band called The Party Line and released the 14-track Carnival on April 16, 2013, again produced by Truitt.[9]

Struthers and The Party Line gave nearly 150 live performances across the U.S. in 2013. Struthers said she achieved a childhood dream by playing in the Saturday Night All Star Jam at the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in Oak Hill, New York that year.[10]

Struthers and The Party Line released a six-song record titled Country EP No. 1 in July 2014.[11] One of the tracks, a cover of The Everly Brothers classic “(Til) I Kissed You” was featured on a collection of Americana music called Native: Americana Spotlight, released on September 9, 2014 on Tone Tree Music.[12]

Struthers and The Party Line have recorded a new full-length studio album called Wake, featuring 11 original songs. Wake is slated to be released in February 2015.[13]

Reception[edit]

Reception Grammy Award-winning musician Tim O’Brien said “Old time music continues to reinvent itself in the able hands of young artists like Nora Jane Struthers.”[14]

Kim Ruehl wrote for NPR Music that Struthers has a “voice as sweet as honeysuckle.”[15]

A Tampa Bay Times reviewer called Carnival an “Americana gem,” writing that “the album never fades through 14 tracks, a testament to the songwriting and musical arrangements.”[7]

The video for Struthers’ song “Bike Ride”, from the album Carnival debuted at No. 1 on Country Music Television Pure’s 12-Pack Countdown in November 2013.[16]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • I Heard The Bluebirds Sing, as Dirt Road Sweetheart, a duo with her father Alan Struthers (2008)
  • Nora Jane Struthers (2010)
  • Carnival (2013)
  • Wake (2015)
  • Champion (2017)
EPs
  • Country EP No. 1 (2014)

ANTONIA PREBBLE

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Episode #1.6 (2017) … Edie Flanagan
Episode #1.5 (2017) … Edie Flanagan
Episode #1.4 (2017) … Edie Flanagan
Episode #1.3 (2017) … Edie Flanagan
 2015-2017 Westside (TV Series)
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Episode #3.8 (2017) … Rita West
Episode #3.7 (2017) … Rita West
Episode #3.6 (2017) … Rita West
Episode #3.5 (2017) … Rita West
Episode #3.4 (2017) … Rita West
 2017 Stand Up Girl (TV Series)
Drunk Bride

Decent Woman (2017) … Drunk Bride
 2017 A Woman’s Right to Shoes (Short)
Hayley
 2017 Pork Pie
Susie
 2015 Winter (TV Series)
Alesia Taylor

Back to the Start (2015) … Alesia Taylor
Blow Up (2015) … Alesia Taylor
The Inside Man (2015) … Alesia Taylor
The Bridge (2015) … Alesia Taylor
Gone Girl (2015) … Alesia Taylor
 2015 Timeslow
Amelia
 2014 Anzac Girls (TV Mini-Series)
Hilda Steele

Courage (2014) … Hilda Steele
Mateship (2014) … Hilda Steele
Love (2014) … Hilda Steele
Endurance (2014) … Hilda Steele
Duty (2014) … Hilda Steele
 2014 Salem (TV Series)
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The Stone Child (2014) … Bridget Bishop
 2014/III The Cure
Beth Wakefield
 2013/I White Lies
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 2013 The Blue Rose (TV Series)
Jane March

Girl Afraid (2013) … Jane March
Hand in Glove (2013) … Jane March
This Night Has Opened My Eyes (2013) … Jane March
Handsome Devil (2013) … Jane March
Suffer Little Children (2013) … Jane March
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Antonia

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Episode #1.5 (2011) … Toni
Episode #1.4 (2011) … Toni
Episode #1.1 (2011) … Toni
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Blood and Judgment (2010) … Loretta West
Give Me Up the Truth (2010) … Loretta West
Desperate Undertakings (2010) … Loretta West
Their Grand Commission (2010) … Loretta West
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The Return (2006) … Clare (credit only)
Light Source: Part 2 (2006) … Clare
Light Source: Part 1 (2006) … Clare
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Episode #5.51 (2003) … Trudy
Episode #5.50 (2003) … Trudy
Episode #5.49 (2003) … Trudy
Episode #5.48 (2003) … Trudy
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Damned (2001) … Ruth
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Host (2002-2003)
 1999 A Twist in the Tale (TV Series)
Jem

A Crack in Time (1999) … Jem
 1995 Mirror, Mirror (TV Series)
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