ELLEN HOLLMAN

Ellen Hollman is an actress and producer, known for Spartacus: War of the Damned (2010), Into the Badlands (2015) and NCIS (2003). She has been married to Stephen Dunlevy since August 27, 2016.
Actress (36 credits)
 2018 Army of One (post-production)
Brenner
  The Tower (pre-production)
Haley Davenport
 2018 Fallen Angel (Short)
Mikayla
 2017 Sharing Christmas
Stephanie
 2017 The Good Nanny (TV Movie)
Lily Walsh
 2017/II Justice
Ginny
 2017/I Jack and Jill (Short)
Jill
 2017 Six (TV Series)
Gloria Taggart

Confession (2017) … Gloria Taggart
Tour of Duty (2017) … Gloria Taggart
 2017 Death’s Door (TV Series short)
Dr. Chloe Morgan

Everybody Breaks (2017) … Dr. Chloe Morgan
 2016 Lethal Weapon (TV Series)
Angela Carlson

Best Buds (2016) … Angela Carlson
 2016 The Secrets of Emily Blair
Emily Blair
 2015 Shepherd’s Blade (Short)
Kat Kelly
 2015 Into the Badlands (TV Series)
Zypher

Chapter VI: Hand of Five Poisons (2015) … Zypher
Chapter V: Snake Creeps Down (2015) … Zypher
 2006-2015 NCIS (TV Series)
Tina Larsen / NCIS Special Agent Tina Larsen

Status Update (2015) … Tina Larsen
Family Secret (2006) … NCIS Special Agent Tina Larsen
 2015 The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power (Video)
Valina Reskov
 2014 A Perfect Christmas List (TV Movie)
Sara
 2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Janet Riggins / Helen Morrison

Keep Calm and Carry-On (2014) … Janet Riggins / Helen Morrison
 2012-2013 Spartacus: War of the Damned (TV Series)
Saxa

Victory (2013) … Saxa
The Dead and the Dying (2013) … Saxa
Separate Paths (2013) … Saxa
Mors Indecepta (2013) … Saxa
Spoils of War (2013) … Saxa
 2012/I Y/N: You Lie, You Die
Kate
 2011 Last Halloween (Short)
Jett
 2011 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)
Maya

Double Down (2011) … Maya
 2010 Victorious (TV Series)
Melinda Murray

Beck’s Big Break (2010) … Melinda Murray
 2010 Sinatra Club
Jane
 2010 Medium (TV Series)
Mallory Kessinger

Will the Real Fred Rovick Please Stand Up? (2010) … Mallory Kessinger
 2010 Skateland
Deana Trammel
 2009 Numb3rs (TV Series)
Lola Sacco

Con Job (2009) … Lola Sacco
 2009 Weeds (TV Series)
Tenly

Where the Sidewalk Ends (2009) … Tenly
 2009 In Plain Sight (TV Series)
Amy Atkins / Amy Adams

Gilted Lily (2009) … Amy Atkins / Amy Adams
 2008 Fling
Alison
 2008/IV Asylum
Ivy
 2007 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Vickie Wright

True Night (2007) … Vickie Wright
 2007 The O.C. (TV Series)
Young Kirsten Nichol

The Case of the Franks (2007) … Young Kirsten Nichol
 2006 Surf School
Megan
 2006 Road House 2: Last Call (Video)
Beau
 2005 Malcolm in the Middle (TV Series)
Maayke

Blackout (2005) … Maayke
 2005 Sex, Love & Secrets (TV Series)
Bartender

Secrets (2005) … Bartender
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Ellen Hollman

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Ellen Hollman

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Ellen Hollman
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Hollman at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
Born Ellen Hollman
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Occupation Actress & CEO of Visual Impact Now, non-profit organization
Website www.ellen-hollman.com

Ellen Hollman is an American actress.

Biography[edit]

Hollman was born in Detroit, Michigan, and eventually moved to Troy, Michigan. Ellen Hollman is the oldest of four siblings. Hollman was an all-star track runner, holding the female state record in Michigan for the long jump (17.5 ft).[citation needed]

In 2008, Ellen Hollman became the CEO and Founder of a non-profit organization, Visual Impact Now. Celebrities hosts for the organization include Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, January Jones, and Robert Luketic. Her organization has conducted various eye clinics in Los Angeles, servicing over 6,000 children with glasses.[citation needed]

She made her television debut on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle in 2005, before going on to appear in fourth season of The O.C. as young Kirsten Nichol in a flashback. In 2006, Hollman made her first appearance on film in the movie Road House 2, where she played the role of Beau. Hollman worked on two big-screen projects which debuted in 2008, Fling, with Brandon Routh and Asylum, with Sarah Roemer.[needs update] She was cast as a new series regular ‘Saxa’, a German gladiatrix that is an antagonist to ‘Mira’ (Katrina Law) and love interest for Gannicus (Dustin Clare), but eventually sides with Spartacus during the slave rebellion on Spartacus: Vengeance, which premiered in January 2012. She returned to the role of Saxa in the fourth and final season of Spartacus, which premiered on January 25, 2013, and ended the series. She recently recurred on AMC Into The Badlands as Regent Warrior Zypher.

Personal life[edit]

Hollman is trained in Jiu Jitsu and earned her “Women Empowered” Pink belt as well as ‘Combatives’ Blue Belt from the Gracie Academy, where her The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power co-star Eve Torres is also a member.[1][2] In December 2015 Hollman announced she’s engaged to her Spartacus: Vengeance co-star Stephen Dunlevy.[3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Road House 2 Beau Hampton Video
2006 Surf School Megan
2008 Asylum Ivy
2008 Fling Alison
2010 Skateland Deana Trammel
2010 Sinatra Club Jane
2011 Last Halloween Jett Short
2012 True Love Kate Sunderland
2015 Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power, TheThe Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power Valina Reskov Video
2015 Shepherd’s Blade Kat Kelly Short
2016 Jack and Jill Jill Short
2016 Secrets of Emily Blair, TheThe Secrets of Emily Blair Emily Blair
2017 Justice Ginny
2017 Good Nanny, TheThe Good Nanny Lily Walsh
2017 Maxx Yeager: Black Ops Milla Pre-production
20?? Tower, TheThe Tower Haley Davenport Pre-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Sex, Love & Secrets Bartender “Secrets”
2005 Malcolm in the Middle Maayke “Blackout”
2006 NCIS Tina Larsen “Family Secret”
2007 O.C., TheThe O.C. Young Kirsten Nichol “The Case of the Franks”
2007 Criminal Minds Vickie Wright “True Night”
2009 In Plain Sight Amy Atkins / Amy Adams “Gilted Lily”
2009 Weeds Tenly “Where the Sidewalk Ends”
2009 Numbers Lola Sacco “Con Job”
2010 Medium Mallory Kessinger “Will the Real Fred Rovick Please Stand Up?”
2010 Victorious Melinda Murray “Beck’s Big Break”
2011 Rules of Engagement Maya “Double Down”
2012 Spartacus: Vengeance Saxa Supporting role
2013 Spartacus: War of the Damned Saxa Supporting role
2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Janet Riggins / Helen Morrison “Keep Calm and Carry-On”
2014 Perfect Christmas, AA Perfect Christmas Sara TV film
2015 NCIS Tina Larsen “Status Update”
2015 Into the Badlands Zypher Recurring role
2016 Lethal Weapon Angela Carlson “Best Buds”
2017 Death’s Door Dr. Chloe Morgan “Everybody Breaks”
2017 Six Gloria Taggart “Tour of Duty”, “Confession”

Ellen Hollman

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Ellen Hollman

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Ellen Hollman
Ellen Hollman 2014.jpg

Hollman at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
Born Ellen Hollman
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Occupation Actress & CEO of Visual Impact Now, non-profit organization
Website www.ellen-hollman.com

Ellen Hollman is an American actress.

Biography[edit]

Hollman was born in Detroit, Michigan, and eventually moved to Troy, Michigan. Ellen Hollman is the oldest of four siblings. Hollman was an all-star track runner, holding the female state record in Michigan for the long jump (17.5 ft).[citation needed]

In 2008, Ellen Hollman became the CEO and Founder of a non-profit organization, Visual Impact Now. Celebrities hosts for the organization include Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, January Jones, and Robert Luketic. Her organization has conducted various eye clinics in Los Angeles, servicing over 6,000 children with glasses.[citation needed]

She made her television debut on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle in 2005, before going on to appear in fourth season of The O.C. as young Kirsten Nichol in a flashback. In 2006, Hollman made her first appearance on film in the movie Road House 2, where she played the role of Beau. Hollman worked on two big-screen projects which debuted in 2008, Fling, with Brandon Routh and Asylum, with Sarah Roemer.[needs update] She was cast as a new series regular ‘Saxa’, a German gladiatrix that is an antagonist to ‘Mira’ (Katrina Law) and love interest for Gannicus (Dustin Clare), but eventually sides with Spartacus during the slave rebellion on Spartacus: Vengeance, which premiered in January 2012. She returned to the role of Saxa in the fourth and final season of Spartacus, which premiered on January 25, 2013, and ended the series. She recently recurred on AMC Into The Badlands as Regent Warrior Zypher.

Personal life[edit]

Hollman is trained in Jiu Jitsu and earned her “Women Empowered” Pink belt as well as ‘Combatives’ Blue Belt from the Gracie Academy, where her The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power co-star Eve Torres is also a member.[1][2] In December 2015 Hollman announced she’s engaged to her Spartacus: Vengeance co-star Stephen Dunlevy.[3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Road House 2 Beau Hampton Video
2006 Surf School Megan
2008 Asylum Ivy
2008 Fling Alison
2010 Skateland Deana Trammel
2010 Sinatra Club Jane
2011 Last Halloween Jett Short
2012 True Love Kate Sunderland
2015 Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power, TheThe Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power Valina Reskov Video
2015 Shepherd’s Blade Kat Kelly Short
2016 Jack and Jill Jill Short
2016 Secrets of Emily Blair, TheThe Secrets of Emily Blair Emily Blair
2017 Justice Ginny
2017 Good Nanny, TheThe Good Nanny Lily Walsh
2017 Maxx Yeager: Black Ops Milla Pre-production
20?? Tower, TheThe Tower Haley Davenport Pre-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Sex, Love & Secrets Bartender “Secrets”
2005 Malcolm in the Middle Maayke “Blackout”
2006 NCIS Tina Larsen “Family Secret”
2007 O.C., TheThe O.C. Young Kirsten Nichol “The Case of the Franks”
2007 Criminal Minds Vickie Wright “True Night”
2009 In Plain Sight Amy Atkins / Amy Adams “Gilted Lily”
2009 Weeds Tenly “Where the Sidewalk Ends”
2009 Numb3rs Lola Sacco “Con Job”
2010 Medium Mallory Kessinger “Will the Real Fred Rovick Please Stand Up?”
2010 Victorious Melinda Murray “Beck’s Big Break”
2011 Rules of Engagement Maya “Double Down”
2012 Spartacus: Vengeance Saxa Supporting role
2013 Spartacus: War of the Damned Saxa Supporting role
2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Janet Riggins / Helen Morrison “Keep Calm and Carry-On”
2014 Perfect Christmas, AA Perfect Christmas Sara TV film
2015 NCIS Tina Larsen “Status Update”
2015 Into the Badlands Zypher Recurring role
2016 Lethal Weapon Angela Carlson “Best Buds”
2017 Death’s Door Dr. Chloe Morgan “Everybody Breaks”
2017 Six Gloria Taggart “Tour of Duty”, “Confession”

ELLEN HOLLMAN

Ellen Hollman is an actress and producer, known for Spartacus: War of the Damned (2010), Into the Badlands (2015) and NCIS (2003). She has been married to Stephen Dunlevy since August 27, 2016.

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Filmography

 Actress (36 credits)
 2018 Army of One (pre-production)
Brenner
 2016 Death’s Door (TV Short) (completed)
Dr. Chloe Morgan
 2015 Shepherd’s Blade (Short) (completed)
Kat Kelly
  The Tower (pre-production)
Haley Davenport
 2017 The Good Nanny (TV Movie)
Lily Walsh
 2017/II Justice
Ginny
 2017 Jack and Jill (Short)
Jill
 2017 Six (TV Series)
Gloria Taggart

Confession (2017) … Gloria Taggart
Tour of Duty (2017) … Gloria Taggart
 2017 Death’s Door (TV Series)
Dr. Chloe Morgan

Everybody Breaks (2017) … Dr. Chloe Morgan
 2016 Lethal Weapon (TV Series)
Angela Carlson

Best Buds (2016) … Angela Carlson
 2016 The Secrets of Emily Blair
Emily Blair
 2015 The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power (Video)
Valina Reskov
 2014 A Perfect Christmas List (TV Movie)
Sara
 2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Janet Riggins / Helen Morrison

Keep Calm and Carry-On (2014) … Janet Riggins / Helen Morrison
 2012-2013 Spartacus: War of the Damned (TV Series)
Saxa

Victory (2013) … Saxa
Separate Paths (2013) … Saxa
Mors Indecepta (2013) … Saxa
Spoils of War (2013) … Saxa
 2012/I Y/N: You Lie, You Die
Kate
 2011 Last Halloween (Short)
Jett
 2011 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)
Maya

Double Down (2011) … Maya
 2010 Victorious (TV Series)
Melinda Murray

Beck’s Big Break (2010) … Melinda Murray
 2010 Sinatra Club
Jane
 2010 Medium (TV Series)
Mallory Kessinger

Will the Real Fred Rovick Please Stand Up? (2010) … Mallory Kessinger
 2010 Skateland
Deana Trammel
 2009 Numb3rs (TV Series)
Lola Sacco

Con Job (2009) … Lola Sacco
 2009 Weeds (TV Series)
Tenly

 2009 In Plain Sight (TV Series)
Amy Atkins / Amy Adams

 2008 Fling
Alison
 2008/IV Asylum
Ivy
 2007 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Vickie Wright

True Night (2007) … Vickie Wright
 2006 Surf School
Megan
 2005 Malcolm in the Middle (TV Series)
Maayke

Blackout (2005) … Maayke
 2005 Sex, Love & Secrets (TV Series)
Bartender

Secrets (2005) … Bartender

Ellen Hollman

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Ellen Hollman

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ellen Hollman
Ellen Hollman 2014.jpg

Hollman at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
Born Ellen Hollman
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Occupation Actress & CEO of Visual Impact Now, non-profit organization
Website www.ellen-hollman.com

Ellen Hollman is an American actress.

Biography[edit]

Hollman was born in Detroit, Michigan, and eventually moved to Troy, Michigan. Ellen Hollman is the oldest of four siblings. Hollman was an all-star track runner, holding the female state record in Michigan for the long jump (17.5 ft).[citation needed]

In 2008, Ellen Hollman became the CEO and Founder of a non-profit organization, Visual Impact Now. Celebrities hosts for the organization include Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, January Jones, and Robert Luketic. Her organization has conducted various eye clinics in Los Angeles, servicing over 6,000 children with glasses.[citation needed]

She made her television debut on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle in 2005, before going on to appear in fourth season of The O.C. as young Kirsten Nichol in a flashback. In 2006, Hollman made her first appearance on film in the movie Road House 2, where she played the role of Beau. Hollman worked on two big-screen projects which debuted in 2008, Fling, with Brandon Routh and Asylum, with Sarah Roemer.[needs update] She was cast as a new series regular ‘Saxa’, a German gladiatrix that is an antagonist to ‘Mira’ (Katrina Law) and love interest for Gannicus (Dustin Clare), but eventually sides with Spartacus during the slave rebellion on Spartacus: Vengeance, which premiered in January 2012. She returned to the role of Saxa in the fourth and final season of Spartacus, which premiered on January 25, 2013, and ended the series. She recently recurred on AMC Into The Badlands as Regent Warrior Zypher.

Personal life[edit]

Hollman is trained in Jiu Jitsu and earned her “Women Empowered” Pink belt as well as ‘Combatives’ Blue Belt from the Gracie Academy, where her The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power co-star Eve Torres is also a member.[1][2] In December 2015 Hollman announced she’s engaged to her Spartacus: Vengeance co-star Stephen Dunlevy.[3][4]

Credits[edit]

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Ellen Hollman
Ellen Hollman 2014.jpg

Hollman at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
Born Ellen Hollman
(1986-04-01) April 1, 1986 (age 30)
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Occupation Actress & CEO of Visual Impact Now, non-profit organization
Website www.ellen-hollman.com

Ellen Hollman is an American actress, born on April 1, 1986.

Biography[edit]

Hollman was born in Detroit, Michigan, and eventually moved to Troy, Michigan. Ellen Hollman is the oldest of four siblings. Hollman was an all-star track runner, holding the female state record in Michigan for the long jump (17.5 ft).[citation needed]

In 2008, Ellen Hollman became the CEO and Founder of a non-profit organization, Visual Impact Now. Celebrities hosts for the organization include Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, January Jones, and Robert Luketic. Her organization has conducted various eye clinics in Los Angeles, servicing over 6,000 children with glasses.[citation needed]

She made her television debut on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle in 2005, before going on to appear in fourth season of The O.C. as young Kirsten Nichol in a flashback. In 2006, Hollman made her first appearance on film in the movie Road House 2, where she played the role of Beau. Hollman worked on two big-screen projects which debuted in 2008, Fling, with Brandon Routh and Asylum, with Sarah Roemer.[needs update] She was cast as a new series regular ‘Saxa’, a German gladiatrix that is an antagonist to ‘Mira’ (Katrina Law) and love interest for Gannicus (Dustin Clare), but eventually sides with Spartacus during the slave rebellion on Spartacus: Vengeance, which premiered in January 2012. She returned to the role of Saxa in the fourth and final season of Spartacus, which premiered on January 25, 2013, and ended the series. She recently recurred on AMC Into The Badlands as Regent Warrior Zypher.

Personal life[edit]

Hollman is trained in Jiu Jitsu and earned her “Women Empowered” Pink belt as well as ‘Combatives’ Blue Belt from the Gracie Academy, where her The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power co-star Eve Torres is also a member.[1][2] In December 2015 Hollman announced she’s engaged to her Spartacus: Vengeance co-star Stephen Dunlevy.[3][4]

Credits[edit]