Maria Ellingsen was born on January 22, 1964 in Reykjavík, Iceland. She is an actress, known for D2: The Mighty Ducks (1994), Agnes (1995) and Foxtrot (1988).
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Actress (19 credits)
 2014 Spark and Light (Short)
 2014 Hraunið (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (2014) … Marín (as María Ellingsen)
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Marín (as María Ellingsen)
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Marín (as María Ellingsen)
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Marín (as María Ellingsen)
 2013 Of Horses and Men
 2011 Engill (Short)
The Mother
 2010 The Cliff (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.1 (2010) … Marín
Episode #1.4 … Marín
Episode #1.3 … Marín
Episode #1.2 … Marín
 2010 Hæ gosi (TV Series)
 2005-2006 The Eagle (TV Series)
Isbjørg / Isbjörg

Kodenavn: Minos – Del 21 (2006) … Isbjørg
Kodenavn: Thanatos – Del 20 (2006) … Isbjørg
Kodenavn: Keres – Del 16 (2005) … Isbjørg
Kodenavn: Keres – Del 15 (2005) … Isbjørg
Kodenavn: Agamemnon – Del 14 (2005) … Isbjörg
 2002 A Man Like Me
 2001 No Such Thing
Karlsdóttir / Gate Manager (as María Ellingsen)
 1997 Count Me Out
 1995 Agnes
Agnes (as María Ellingsen)
 1994 The New Age
 1994 D2: The Mighty Ducks
 1993 Curacao (TV Movie)
 1991-1992 Santa Barbara (TV Series)
Katrina Ruyker

Episode #1.2057 (1992) … Katrina Ruyker
Episode #1.2053 (1992) … Katrina Ruyker
Episode #1.2052 (1992) … Katrina Ruyker
Episode #1.2043 (1992) … Katrina Ruyker
Episode #1.2042 (1992) … Katrina Ruyker
 1989 Magnús
Edda Magnúsdóttir (as María Ellingsen)
 1988 Foxtrot
Lísa (as María Ellingsen)
 1982 Okkar á milli: Í hita og þunga dagsins (as María Ellingsen)
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 1995 Joe Bob’s Drive-In Theater (TV Series)

Blood, Breasts, and Beasts (1995) … Diana


After gaining stardom by winning America’s Next Top Model at the age of 20, Curry went on to appear on numerous magazine covers, runway shows and advertisements. She was a regular fixture on reality television shows as a participant, host and producer. She was named one of Maxim’s Hot 100, Playboy’s 25 Sexiest Celebrities and was even anointed “…
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Actress (11 credits)
 2015 Tales of Halloween
Adrianne Curry (segment “The Night Billy Raised Hell”)
 2013 It’s All Geek to Me (TV Mini-Series)

Pilot (2013)
 2012 Fan Wars (TV Series)

Jimmy Olsen vs. Bucky Barnes (2012) … Juror
Adam West vs. Val Kilmer (2012) … Juror
Gwen Stacy vs. Mary Jane (2012) … Juror
 2009 My Antonio (TV Series)
Associate producer

Episode #1.9 (2009) … Associate producer
Episode #1.8 (2009) … Associate producer
Episode #1.7 (2009) … Associate producer
Episode #1.2 (2009) … Associate producer
Episode #1.1 (2009) … Associate producer
 2008 Light Years Away
Alexis Best
 2008 Jack Rio
 2007 Dirt (TV Series)
Adrianne Curry

What to Expect When You’re Expecting (2007) … Adrianne Curry
 2006 Fallen Angels
 2005 Hot Properties (TV Series)

Dating Up, Dating Down (2005) … Danushka
 2005 Ballbreakers (TV Series)
 2003 Half & Half (TV Series)

The Big Mis-Conception Episode: Part 1 (2003) … Roberta

Self (69 credits)
 2016 Vixens Who Rule (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Adrianne Curry: Part II (2016) … Herself – Guest
Adrianne Curry: Part I (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2015 Super Into (TV Series)
 2015 My Cat from Hell (TV Series)

My Boyfriend vs. My Cat (2015) … Herself
 2014 The Comlink (TV Series)
Herself – Correspondent

Kevin Smith and Adrianne Curry (2014) … Herself – Correspondent
 2014 We’ve Got Stuff (Video short)
 2014 Famous in 12 (TV Series)

Family, Fame, and Free Stuff (2014) … Herself
Lace, Leather and Karma (2014) … Herself
 2014 L.A. Hair (TV Series)

Chair Battle Royale (2014) … Herself
 2006-2014 E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary)

Reality Ex Wives (2014) … Herself
America’s Next Top Model (2006) … Herself
 2014 Hello Ross! (TV Series)

Episode #2.8 (2014) … Herself
 2013-2014 Dr. Drew on Call (TV Series)

Episode dated 18 February 2014 (2014) … Herself
Episode dated 31 May 2013 (2013) … Herself
 2014 Game Talk Live (TV Series)
Herself / guest host

Episode #1.4 (2014) … Herself / guest host
 2013 Cosplaya (TV Movie)
Herself / Admiral
 2013 Fangasm (TV Mini-Series)

A Date with a Super Model (2013) … Herself
 2013 The Doctors (TV Series)

 2013 Summer of Action (TV Series)
Herself – Host

Episode #1.4 (2013) … Herself – Host
 2012 Lifestyle Weekly Series (TV Series)
Herself – Host
 2012 Dave’s Old Porn (TV Series)

Retro Orgy Night (2012) … Herself
 2012 The Soup (TV Series)

 2012 Adrianne Curry’s Super Fans (TV Series)

Episode #1.8 (2012) … Herself
Episode #1.7 (2012) … Herself
Episode #1.6 (2012) … Herself
Episode #1.5 (2012) … Herself
Episode #1.4 (2012) … Herself
 2012 unCONventional (TV Series)

Stan Lee’s Joss Whedon Revue (2012) … Herself
 2011-2012 Hollywood Uncensored with Sam Rubin (TV Series)

Episode #1.202 (2012) … Herself
Episode dated 12 December 2011 (2011) … Herself
 2010-2012 The Tester (TV Series)
Herself – Judge

Season Finale (2012) … Herself – Judge
PlayStation® Trivia Trial! (2012) … Herself – Judge
Tower Power! (2012) … Herself – Judge
Blindfold Battle! (2012) … Herself – Judge
Creative Crossover (2012) … Herself – Judge
 2010-2012 Attack of the Show! (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist, ‘The Tester’ / Herself

Ray Park (2012) … Herself – Panelist, ‘The Tester’
Episode dated 5 November 2010 (2010) … Herself
 2006-2012 Howard Stern on Demand (TV Series)

Adrianne Curry Has a New Boyfriend (2012) … Herself
Adrianne Curry in Playboy (2006) … Herself
 2011 Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope (Documentary)
Salve Leia
 2011 Celebrity Nightmares Decoded (TV Series)
 2011 Underbelly (TV Series)

Underbelly @ Wizard World 2010 (2011) … Herself
 2011 Bridalplasty (TV Series)

Flower Power (2011) … Herself
 2010 Private Chefs of Beverly Hills (TV Series)

A Very Brady Birthday (2010) … Herself
 2010 Dancing with the Stars (TV Series)
Herself – Audience Member

Episode #11.7 (2010) … Herself – Audience Member
 2010 Totally Tracked Down (TV Series)

 2010 Playboy Shootout (TV Series)
Herself – Guest Judge

Episode #1.1 … Herself – Guest Judge
 2009 Fox Reality Really Awards (TV Special)
 2009 The Newlywed Game (TV Series)

Episode #2.2 (2009) … Herself
 2009 The John Kerwin Show (TV Series)

Episode dated 19 August 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2009 Trivial Pursuit: America Plays (TV Series)

Episode dated 10 March 2009 (2009) … Herself
 2008-2009 World’s Dumbest (TV Series)

Drivers 7 (2009) … Herself
Criminals 10 (2009) … Herself
Drivers 6 (2009) … Herself
Record Breakers (2009) … Herself
Employees (2008) … Herself
 2008 Mother Goose Parade (TV Special documentary)
 2008 Gimme My Reality Show! (TV Series)
Herself – Judge

Episode #1.4 (2008) … Herself – Judge
Episode #1.3 (2008) … Herself – Judge
Episode #1.2 (2008) … Herself – Judge
Episode #1.1 (2008) … Herself – Judge
 2005-2008 My Fair Brady (TV Series)

Aloha Means I Love You (2008) … Herself
Bring on the Boobs (2008) … Herself
Living the Surreal Life (2008) … Herself
Father Knows Best (2008) … Herself
On the Brink (2008) … Herself
 2007 Dr. Phil (TV Series)

Does Age Matter? (2007) … Herself
 2007 Chris & Adrianne Do Russia (TV Movie documentary)
Herself – Co-executive producer
 2007 Fox Reality Really Awards (TV Special)
Herself – Presenter
 2007 Chelsea Lately (TV Series)
Herself – Guest / Herself

Episode #1.39 (2007) … Herself – Guest
Episode #1.38 (2007) … Herself
 2007 Dirt (TV Series)

The Secret Lives of Altar Girls (2007) … Herself
 2006 Celebrity Paranormal Project (TV Series)

Episode #1.9 (2006) … Herself
Cult Commune (2006) … Herself
Wooden Lucy (2006) … Herself
Tanner’s Ghost (2006) … Herself
Mad Ray (2006) … Herself
 2006 In the Cutz (TV Series)

Pursuing Happiness (2006) … Guest
 2006 The Wendy Williams Experience (TV Series)

Episode dated 10 November 2006 (2006) … Herself
 2006 The Dr. Keith Ablow Show (TV Series)

Episode #1.25 … Herself
 2003-2006 Live! with Kelly (TV Series)

Episode dated 20 July 2006 (2006) … Herself
Episode dated 4 July 2003 (2003) … Herself
 2006 Gameshow Marathon (TV Series)
Herself – Panelist

Match Game (2006) … Herself – Panelist
 2006 20 Greatest Celebreality Moments (TV Movie)
 2006 Playboy: Celebrity Centerfolds (TV Movie documentary)
 2006 Lingerie Bowl (TV Special)
 2006 Meet the Barkers (TV Series)

Gettin’ to Work (2006) … Herself
 2005 Playboy: Hef’s Halloween Spooktacular (Video documentary)
 2005 VH1 Big in 05 (TV Movie)
 2005 2005 Radio Music Awards (TV Special)
 2005 Queer Edge with Jack E. Jett (TV Series)

Episode #1.12 (2005) … Herself
 2003-2005 The Surreal Life (TV Series)
Herself / Herself – Host

Get Out (2005) … Herself
Burning Questions: Clip Show (2005) … Herself – Host
Dirty Laundry (2005) … Herself
Seven Celebrities of Death: Part 2 (2005) … Herself
Seven Celebrities of Death: Part 1 (2005) … Herself
 2005 The View (TV Series)

Episode dated 11 February 2005 (2005) … Herself
 2004 Rock Me, Baby (TV Series)

Look Who’s Talking (2004) … Herself


Candis Nergaard was born in Kent, England. She is known for Grantchester (2017)(TV), appearing alongside James Norton; Stuart: A Life Backwards (2007), her film debut alongside Tom Hardy; Call the Midwife (2012) alongside Miranda Hart and E4’s Glue (2014), appearing alongside Jonny Owen and working as Romany cultural advisor to the show. Candis …
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Actress (20 credits)
 2018/I Groomed (Short)
 2017 Kiss of Death (TV Series)

Highway to Hell (2017) … Amber
 2017 Grantchester (TV Series)

Episode #3.5 (2017) … Freda
 2015 The Interceptor (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (2015) … Policewoman
 2015 Fear of Water
 2014 Glue (TV Mini-Series)

Episode #1.4 (2014) … Kate
Episode #1.3 (2014) … Kate
Episode #1.2 (2014) … Kate
Episode #1.1 (2014) … Kate
 2013/II Sleeping Dogs
 2012 Dis-Life (TV Movie)
 2012 Call the Midwife (TV Series)
Mrs. Leonard

Episode #1.5 (2012) … Mrs. Leonard
 2012 Magwitch (Short)
 2011/I Sket
Scarred Woman
 2009 The Firm
Older Girl
 2008/I Affinity
Black Eyed Sue
 2007 The Bill (TV Series)
Lucy Thomas

Dead and Buried (2007) … Lucy Thomas
Identity Fraud (2007) … Lucy Thomas
Good Cop, Bad Cop (2007) … Lucy Thomas
 2007 Stuart: A Life Backwards (TV Movie)
 2005 Life Begins (TV Series)

From the Past (2005) … Waitress (as Candis Nerguard)
 2004 EastEnders (TV Series)
Young Woman

Episode dated 23 February 2004 (2004) … Young Woman


Brandy Zapata is an actress and producer, known for Mysteries of the Unexplained (2017), Lockbox and The Mark (2012).
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Actress (23 credits)
 2018 Only at Divas (TV Mini-Series) (post-production)
Kimberlee Parker (2018)
  Lockbox (Short) (completed)
 2018/I Blue (completed)
 2018 Relationship Status: It’s Complicated (TV Series short)
Female Narrator
 2018 S.L.A.Y. (Video short)
Carrie Carpenter
 2018 Baby Daddy Day (Video short)
 2018 Shmegegge (Short)
 2018 Yo Cupid! (Video short)
 2018 Life’s a Joke (TV Series)

#miserysajoke (2018) … Kim
#bangarangsajoke (2018) … Kim
#thispartysajoke (2018) … Kim
#authoritysajoke (2018) … Kim
 2017 Corrupt Crimes (TV Series documentary)
Natalie Russell

Mysogynist Murderer (2017) … Natalie Russell
 2017 Mysteries of the Unexplained (TV Series)
Ghost Woman

Haunted Jerome (2017) … Ghost Woman
 2017 Friday Night In Gotham (Short)
 2017 Incruentus
Cassandra Braun
 2015 Chasing Hayes (Short)
Savannah’s Friend
 2014 2 Hours (Short)
 2014 Murder Book (TV Series documentary)

Whispers from the Woods (2014) … Beth
 2014 Repeat Stuff (Video short)
Girl on Stool
 2014 Sinner Victim Saint (Short)
 2014 Tattoo Nightmares (TV Series)
Gym Girl

Baywatch Bimbo! (2014) … Gym Girl
 2013 Aidan 5 (TV Series)

Episode #2.1 (2013) … Beth
 2013/III Mirage (Short)
Crying Wife
 2012/IV The Mark


Elizabeth Evans

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Anime – Dubbing

Anime Shorts – Dubbing

Movies – Dubbing

OVA – Dubbing


Sally Pressman was born on August 1, 1981 in New York City, New York, USA as Sally Pressman Bernstein. She is an actress and writer, known for My Best Friend’s Girl (2008), Army Wives (2007) and Love Sick: Secrets of a Sex Addict (2008). She has been married to David Clayton Rogers since September 17, 2011. They have one child.
Actress (29 credits)
 2017 9JKL (TV Series)

Pilot (2017) … Christina
 2017 iZombie (TV Series)
Tori Sutcliffe

Zombie Knows Best (2017) … Tori Sutcliffe
 2016 Pure Genius (TV Series)

You Must Remember This (2016) … Suzie
 2016 Younger (TV Series)

Ladies Who Lust (2016) … Malkie
Me, Myself, and O (2016) … Malkie
P Is for Pancake (2016) … Malkie
 2016 The Catch (TV Series)
Stephanie Duncan

The Wedding (2016) … Stephanie Duncan
The Happy Couple (2016) … Stephanie Duncan
 2016 Girls (TV Series)

Queen for Two Days (2016) … Coco
 2016 Rally (TV Series)
Stephanie Miller

Hollywood Sign (2016) … Stephanie Miller
 2015 400 Days
 2015 Major Crimes (TV Series)
Gretchen Tucker

Wish You Were Here (2015) … Gretchen Tucker
 2014 Once Upon a Time (TV Series)
Princess Helga

The Snow Queen (2014) … Princess Helga
 2014 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Young Dr. Ellis Grey

Only Mama Knows (2014) … Young Dr. Ellis Grey
I Must Have Lost It on the Wind (2014) … Young Dr. Ellis Grey
 2014 Ladies on Top (Short)
Cassie Bieber
 2014 Person of Interest (TV Series)

4C (2014) … Holly
 2013 Scandal (TV Series)
Candace Marcus

Vermont Is for Lovers, Too (2013) … Candace Marcus
Icarus (2013) … Candace Marcus
More Cattle, Less Bull (2013) … Candace Marcus
 2013 Speed Queen (Short)
 2013 The Barter System (Short)
 2007-2013 Army Wives (TV Series)
Roxy LeBlanc / Virginia

From the Ashes (2013) … Roxy LeBlanc
Ashes to Ashes (2013) … Roxy LeBlanc
Onward (2012) … Roxy LeBlanc
Domestic Maneuvers (2012) … Roxy LeBlanc
Handicap (2012) … Roxy LeBlanc
 2013 Joe, Joe & Jane (TV Movie)
Jane Waxman
 2011 Man Up (TV Series)

Camping (2011) … Kelly
 2008 My Best Friend’s Girl
 2008 Love Sick: Secrets of a Sex Addict (TV Movie)
Sue Silverman
 2008 The New Adventures of Old Christine (TV Series)

Between a Rock and a Hard Place (2008) … Melanie
 2007 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Chrissy Wilkinson

Birthright (2007) … Chrissy Wilkinson
 2007 The Dread
 2007 Life Unkind (Short)
 2006 Zombies Anonymous
Angela’s Boss
 2006 Shark (TV Series)
Deena Brock

Pilot (2006) … Deena Brock
 2003 Swordswallowers and Thin Men
Monica (as Sally Bernstein)

Kimberly Stewart

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Kimberly Stewart

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Kimberly Stewart
Born Alana Kimberly Stewart
(1979-08-20) August 20, 1979 (age 37)
Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Model, actress
Children Delilah Genoveva del Toro (b. 2011)
Parent(s) Rod Stewart (father)
Alana Stewart (mother)
Relatives Ashley Hamilton (half-brother)
Sean Stewart (brother)
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Hair color Blonde
Manager Storm Model Management in UK

Alana Kimberly Stewart (born August 20, 1979) is an American socialite, reality TV star, model, and fashion designer. She is the daughter of singer Rod Stewart and actress and model Alana Stewart.

Early life[edit]

Stewart was born on August 20, 1979, in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California.[1] She is the second of Rod Stewart′s eight children and second of Alana Stewart′s three children. After graduating from Buckley school in Sherman Oaks, California,[citation needed] she spent several years studying acting with coaches Janet Alhanti and Ivana Chubbuck.[2][3] Stewart studied in London with theatre coaches Barbara Houseman (Central School of Speech and Drama/Royal Shakespeare Company coach) and Penny Dyer (Rada and Central School of Speech & Drama coach) and with singing coach Mark Meylan, who works with The Royal National Theatre.[2][3]

She is close with both her parents, and also George Hamilton; the father of her older half-brother Ashley Hamilton. She and her brother Sean both consider George to be their stepfather due to his close friendship with their mother.



Stewart has worked as an actress[4] and brand ambassador.[2] Stewart’s American television work includes a leading role in Going to California, written by Scott Rosenberg and directed by Ted Demme,[2] and appearing in one episode of Judd Apatow‘s series, “Undeclared.”[2] Stewart′s first film was James Toback′s Black and White, which also starred Robert Downey, Jr. and Jared Leto.[2] In 2011 Stewart starred in the movie Homecoming, written and directed by Sean Hackett.[2]


Stewart has appeared on the covers for Tatler and German Vanity Fair, which Bryan Adams shot;[2] and she has worked with fashion companies including Tommy Hilfiger,[5] American Vogue,[2] L’uomo Vogue,[2] Elle,[2] Italian Vogue,[2][6] Vanity Fair,[2] MaxMara,[2] Richard Tyler,[5] Catherine Malandrino,[5] underwear line Ultimo (in a £100,000 deal),[7] Tatler,[2] InStyle,[2] House of Field,[5] and Chrome Hearts.[2]

She realized an early ambition, at age 19, when she launched her own fashion collection – “Pinky Starfish.”[2][6] Known for its dresses made from French vintage fabrics,[2] the range was sold in Tracey Ross, Lisa Kline and Barney’s.[2] She started her own clothing label, but it foundered because she couldn’t get the supply chain to work.[8]


On September 9, 2008 the Atlanta-based band, “Elevation”, released the music video for its single, “Razoreyes”, starring Stewart, marking a first in her career.[9][10]

Stewart posed nude in 2008 in the British society magazine Tatler, along with Peaches Geldof, daughter of the Boomtown RatsBob Geldof, and Leah Wood, daughter of the Rolling StonesRonnie Wood.[11] The photographer was Canadian rocker and photographer Bryan Adams. Stewart had previously posed nude with a crucifix in Italian Vogue, dismaying the Vatican.[6]

Personal life[edit]

In 2005, Stewart became engaged to one of the stars of the MTV reality show Laguna Beach, Talan Torriero, after knowing him just a few weeks.[12] At the time, he was 19 and she was 26.[12] The couple called off their engagement less than two weeks after announcing it.[13]

On April 11, 2011, Benicio del Toro‘s publicist announced that Stewart was pregnant with their child.[14][15] Stewart gave birth to a daughter, Delilah Genoveva del Toro, although they were never a couple, [16] on August 21, 2011.[17] Delilah is Rod Stewart’s first grandchild.[14]


Year Film Role Notes
2011 Homecoming Jane
2012 Lost Lake Kim
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Going to California Claire Episode: “Pilot”
2002 Undeclared Amanda Haythe Episode: “Parents’ Weekend”
2007 Living with… Kimberly Stewart Herself Main Role; Also as Executive Producer
2010 Hercule Poirot Doris Episode: “Three Act Tragedy”
Music video
Year Music Video Artist
2008 “Razoreyes” Elevation

Anna Paquin (UPDATE)

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Anna Paquin

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Anna Paquin
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Born Anna Helene Paquin
(1982-07-24) 24 July 1982 (age 34)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Citizenship New Zealand
Occupation Actress
Years active 1993–present
Spouse(s) Stephen Moyer (m. 2010)
Children 2

Anna Helene Paquin (/ˈpækwɪn/; born 24 July 1982) is a Canadian-born New Zealand actress.[1][2][3][4] Born in Manitoba and brought up in Wellington, New Zealand, Paquin studied at Hutt Intermediate School and the Wellington Girls’ College in New Zealand before moving to Los Angeles during her youth where she studied at Windward School and went on to complete a year at Columbia University before leaving post-secondary to focus on her acting career. As a child, she beat 5000 candidates for the role of Flora McGrath in Jane Campion‘s romantic drama film The Piano (1993), despite having had little to no acting experience prior to getting the role. For her performance, she received the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the age of 11, making her the second-youngest Academy Award winner in Oscar history.[5]

Paquin went on to become a successful child actress, receiving multiple Young Artist Award nominations for her roles in Fly Away Home (1996), The Member of the Wedding (1997), and A Walk on the Moon (1999), and was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for appearing in Cameron Crowe‘s comedy-drama film Almost Famous (2000). She played mutant superheroine Rogue in multiple films of the X-Men franchise and was nominated for a Saturn Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance in the first instalment.

Paquin is also known for playing the lead role of Sookie Stackhouse in the HBO vampire drama television series True Blood (2008–2014). For her performance in the series, Paquin won the Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama in 2009[6] and was nominated for an additional Golden Globe Award in 2010, as well as three Saturn Awards and a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2010. Among other accolades, Paquin has been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her work on the 2007 television film Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee and a Golden Globe Award for her work on the 2009 television film The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler. Paquin has been married since 2010 to actor Stephen Moyer, with whom she has two children.

Early life[edit]

Paquin was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, the daughter of Mary Paquin (née Brophy), an English teacher and native of Wellington, New Zealand, and Brian Paquin, a high school Physical Education teacher from Canada. Paquin has two older siblings: Andrew (born 1977), a director, and Katya (born 1980),[7][8] whose partner is the Green Party of New Zealand‘s former co-leader Russel Norman.[9] Paquin is of Dutch, French and Irish descent.[10] Paquin’s family moved to New Zealand when she was four. She attended the Raphael House Rudolf Steiner School until she was eight or nine.[11] Her musical childhood hobbies in New Zealand included playing the viola, cello and piano. She also participated in gymnastics, ballet, swimming and downhill skiing, though she did not have any hobbies related to acting.[12][13]

While in New Zealand, Paquin attended Hutt Intermediate School (1994–95). Having begun her secondary education in Wellington at Wellington Girls’ College, she completed her high school diploma at Windward School in Los Angeles, after moving to the U.S. with her mother following her parents’ divorce (1995).[14] She graduated from Windward School in June 2000 and completed the school’s Community Service requirement by working in a soup kitchen and at a Special Education Centre. She studied at Columbia University for one year but has since been on a leave of absence to continue her acting career.


Paquin at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con with fellow True Blood actors Ryan Kwanten, Deborah Ann Woll, Nelsan Ellis, Rutina Wesley, and Stephen Moyer.

Child actress[edit]

Director Jane Campion was looking for a little girl to play a main role in The Piano, set to film in New Zealand, and a newspaper advertisement was run announcing an open audition. Paquin’s sister read the ad and went to try out with a friend; this inspired Paquin to also audition. When Campion met Paquin—whose only acting experience had been as a skunk in a school play—she was very impressed with the nine-year-old’s performance of the monologue about Flora’s father, and she was chosen from among the 5000 candidates.[13]

When The Piano was released in 1993 it was lauded by critics, won prizes at a number of film festivals, and eventually became a popular film among a wide audience. Paquin’s debut performance in the film earned her the 1993 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the age of 11, making her the second-youngest Oscar winner in history, behind Tatum O’Neal.[13] The Piano was made as a small independent film and wasn’t expected to be widely known, and Paquin and her family did not plan to continue in the acting circles.[12] However, she was invited to the William Morris Agency, and she kept receiving offers for new roles. She systematically refused them, but she did appear in three commercials for the phone company MCI in 1994.[15] She later made a series of television commercials for Manitoba Telecom Systems in her birth city of Winnipeg.[16] She also appeared as a voice in an audio book entitled The Magnificent Nose in 1994.

In 1996, she appeared in two films. The first role was as young Jane in Jane Eyre. The other was a lead part in Fly Away Home playing a young girl who, after her mother dies, moves in with her father and finds solace in taking care of orphaned goslings.[17]

As a teenager, she had roles in films, including A Walk on the Moon, Amistad, Hurlyburly, She’s All That and Almost Famous.

X-Men, True Blood and beyond[edit]

Paquin at 25th Annual Paley Television Festival, April 2009

Paquin played the mutant superheroine Rogue in the Marvel Comics movie X-Men in 2000,[5] its sequel X2 in 2003, and its third installment, X-Men: The Last Stand, in 2006.

Between 2006 and 2007, she starred in, as well as executive-produced Blue State. The film is made by Paquin Films, a production company formed by both her and her brother, Andrew Paquin.[18] In November 2006, she completed the film Margaret, which was released in 2011. She played Elaine Goodale in HBO‘s made-for-TV film Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, based on Dee Brown‘s best-seller. In 2007, she played the role of Laurie in the horror film Trick ‘r Treat, which was released in 2009.

Paquin was cast as waitress Sookie Stackhouse in the HBO series True Blood in 2008, her first role in a TV series. The show is based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris, set in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. While working on True Blood, she started dating co-star Stephen Moyer and later married him in 2010.

In 2009, Paquin played Irena Sendler, a Polish woman hailed as a heroine of the Holocaust, in The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler, a CBS TV film biographical film based on the book Mother of the Children of the Holocaust: The Irena Sendler Story, by Anna Mieszkowska. The film was made in Latvia, and was a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation for the network.[19]

In 2010, Paquin’s film The Romantics, a romantic comedy with Josh Duhamel and Katie Holmes, was released in the US at selected cinemas in September. She played a cameo role in Scream 4, alongside Kristen Bell in 2011.[20] She also played the voice of Kristin on an episode of Phineas and Ferb.

Paquin reprised her role as Rogue in the 2014 film X-Men: Days of Future Past, but most of her scenes were cut out for the theatrical release.[21][22] An alternate version of the film with all of Paquin’s scenes reinstated was released as The Rogue Cut on 14 July 2015.[23] Paquin voiced Ramsey in Disney•Pixar‘s film The Good Dinosaur.[24] She also played Nancy Holt, the wife of a Confederate soldier, in the 2016 miniseries Roots.[25]

In June 2016, the Human Rights Campaign released a video in tribute to the victims of the 2016 Orlando gay nightclub shooting; in the video, Paquin and others told the stories of the people killed there.[26][27]

Paquin currently stars in the Canadian crime drama Bellevue which airs on CBC Television and can next be seen in husband Steven Moyer‘s directorial debut, The Parting Glass.[28]

Personal life[edit]

Paquin with husband and True Blood costar Stephen Moyer, 2009

On 5 August 2009, Paquin announced her engagement to her True Blood co-star Stephen Moyer, whom she had been dating since filming the series pilot in 2007.[29][30] They married on 21 August 2010 at a private residence in Malibu, California.[31] Paquin and Moyer have a son, Charlie, and a daughter, Poppy, who are fraternal twins born in September 2012.[32][33][34] Through her marriage to Moyer, Paquin also has a stepson, Billy (born in 2000), and a stepdaughter, Lilac (born in 2002).[35] The family resides in Venice, Los Angeles, California.[36]

Philanthropy and advocacy[edit]

On 1 April 2010, Paquin came out as bisexual in a public service announcement for the Give a Damn campaign as part of the True Colours Fund, an advocacy group organized by Cyndi Lauper dedicated to LGBT equality.[37] The True Colours Fund was created to “inspire and engage everyone, especially straight people, to become active participants in the advancement of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality”.[38] The video features Anna Paquin stating, “I’m Anna Paquin. I’m bisexual, and I give a damn”.[39] When asked about her participation in the video, Paquin responded by saying, “It wasn’t like it was a big secret, it was just a cause I cared about and privately supported, but not one that I had ever had an opportunity to speak out about in a way that would be useful. Obviously I know that one person’s voice doesn’t necessarily do that much, but I just wanted to do my bit.”[40] In May 2012, in an Us Weekly interview Paquin rejected the notion that bisexuality is a choice. “My sexuality is not made up, for a bisexual, it’s not about gender. That’s not the deciding factor to who they’re attracted to,” stated Paquin.[41]

Paquin also supports other charities and foundations such as the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Elton John AIDS Foundation, and The Art of Elysium.[42]



Paquin at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2010

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Piano, TheThe Piano Flora McGrath
1996 Jane Eyre Young Jane Eyre
1996 Fly Away Home Amy Alden
1997 Amistad Queen Isabella II of Spain
1998 Hurlyburly Donna
1999 Walk on the Moon, AA Walk on the Moon Alison Kantrowitz
1999 She’s All That Mackenzie Siler
1999 It’s the Rage Annabel Lee
2000 X-Men Rogue / Marie
2000 Almost Famous Polexia Aphrodisia
2000 Finding Forrester Claire Spence
2001 Buffalo Soldiers Robyn Lee
2002 Darkness Regina
2002 25th Hour Mary D’Annunzio
2003 X2 Rogue / Marie
2003 Laputa: Castle in the Sky Sheeta Voice (English dub, 1998)
2004 Steamboy James Ray Steam (voice)
2005 Squid and the Whale, TheThe Squid and the Whale Lili
2006 X-Men: The Last Stand Rogue / Marie
2007 Blue State Chloe Hamon
2007 Mosaic Maggie Voice
2007 Trick ‘r Treat Laurie
2010 Romantics, TheThe Romantics Lila Hayes
2010 Open House Jennie
2011 Scream 4 Rachel Cameo
2011 Margaret Lisa Cohen
2011 Carrier, TheThe Carrier Kim Short film
2013 Straight A’s Katherine
2013 Free Ride Christina
2014 X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue / Marie Cameo
2015 X-Men: Days of Future Past – The Rogue Cut Rogue / Marie
2015 The Good Dinosaur Ramsey Voice


Year Title Role Notes
1997 Member of the Wedding, TheThe Member of the Wedding Frankie Adams Television movie
2007 Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Elaine Goodale Television movie
2008–14 True Blood Sookie Stackhouse Lead role; 80 episodes
2009 Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler, TheThe Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler Irena Sendler Television movie
2011 Phineas and Ferb Kristen (voice) Episode: “The Curse of Candace”
2013 Susanna Katie Lead role; 6 episodes (Webseries)
2016 Roots Nancy Holt Lead role
2017 Bellevue Annie Ryder Lead role
2017 Alias Grace Nancy Montgomery Miniseries

Theatre credits[edit]

Year Title Role Venue
2001 The Glory of Living Lisa MCC Theater
2002 This is Our Youth Jessica Goldman Garrick Theatre
2003 Manuscript Elizabeth Hawkins Falmouth Academy
2003 Drug Buddy Wendy Manhattan Theatre Club
2004 Roulette Jenny Ensemble Studio Theatre
2004 The Distance From Here Shari MCC Theater
2004 The 24 Hour Plays, South Of The Border Maylene MCC Theater
2005 After Ashley Julie Bell Vineyard Theatre
2005 Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead Marcy Westside Theatre
2006 The 24 Hour Plays, The Blizzard Jenny MCC Theater

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
1994 Academy Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role The Piano Won
1994 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress The Piano Won
1994 Golden Globe Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture The Piano Nominated
1997 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Fly Away Home Nominated
1997 Young Artist Award Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film Fly Away Home Nominated
1998 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Movie/Pilot/Mini-Series – Leading Young Actress The Member of the Wedding Nominated
1999 Young Artist Award Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Film A Walk on the Moon Nominated
2000 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actress A Walk on the Moon Nominated
2000 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Motion Picture Almost Famous Nominated
2001 MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Team X-Men Nominated
2001 Saturn Award Best Performance by a Younger Actor X-Men Nominated
2001 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture X-Men Nominated
2003 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Chemistry (with: Shawn Ashmore) X2 Nominated
2004 MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss (with: Shawn Ashmore) X2 Nominated
2005 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Ensemble The Distance From Here Won
2007 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Nominated
2008 Golden Globe Award Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Nominated
2008 Satellite Award Best Actress – Drama Series True Blood Won
2008 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Nominated
2009 Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama True Blood Won
2009 Satellite Award Best Ensemble – Television Series True Blood Won
2009 Saturn Award Best Actress in Television True Blood Nominated
2009 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female True Blood Nominated
2009 Scream Award Best Horror Actress True Blood Won
2010 Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler Nominated
2010 Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama True Blood Nominated
2010 People’s Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama Actress N/A Nominated
2010 Satellite Award Best Actress – Drama Series True Blood Nominated
2010 Saturn Award Best Actress on Television True Blood Nominated
2010 Scream Award Best Horror Actress True Blood Won
2010 Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series True Blood Nominated
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female True Blood Nominated
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi True Blood Nominated
2010 Saturn Award Best Actress on Television True Blood Nominated
2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi True Blood Nominated
2011 London Film Critics’ Circle London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Actress of the Year (ex aequo with Meryl Streep) Margaret Won
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi True Blood Nominated
2016 Critics’ Choice Television Awards Supporting Actress – Movie or Miniseries Roots Nominated
















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Karen Gillan
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Born (1987-11-28) 28 November 1987 (age 29)
Inverness, Scotland
Residence Los Angeles, California, US
Alma mater Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts
Occupation Actress, director
Years active 2006–present
Relatives Caitlin Blackwood (cousin)

Karen Sheila Gillan (born 28 November 1987) is a Scottish actress and director. She is known for the role of Amelia Pond, companion to the Eleventh Doctor, in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (2010–13). In film, she has starred as Jane Lockhart in Not Another Happy Ending (2013), Kaylie Russell in the horror film Oculus (2013), and Nebula in the Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and its sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017). She took part in the upcoming films Jumanji (2017), The Circle (2017), Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and its untitled sequel (2019). In 2017, she directed her first feature film Tupperware Party.

Early life[edit]

Gillan was born and raised in Inverness in the Scottish highlands, the only child of Marie (née Paterson) and Raymond Gillan, a singer and recording artist.[1] When she turned 16, Gillan moved to Edinburgh and completed an HNC Acting and Performance course at Telford College.[2] She moved to London at age 18 to study at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts drama school, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in acting.[3][4]



While studying at Italia Conti, Gillan was scouted by a modelling agency.[5] Gillan has said she would not give up her acting career to return to modelling, stating that she enjoyed modelling but acting was always her main interest and goal.[6]

Acting and directing[edit]

Gillan with Matt Smith, promoting series 5 of Doctor Who, March 2010

Gillan’s early television acting career included guest appearances on several drama series, with her first role being in an episode of Rebus, a role she obtained while still at Italia Conti.[7] Gillan then undertook a two-year stint as a member of the ensemble cast of the sketch comedy series The Kevin Bishop Show, in which she played multiple characters including celebrities such as Katy Perry and Angelina Jolie. She appeared in the Channel 4 film Stacked, playing the role of Ginny.[8] Gillan also appeared on TV in a leading role in a horror project entitled The Well, which was broadcast as a series of episodic short films on BBC Two and later as a web series on Part of the BBC’s multimedia “switch” programming, the short episodes interconnect with online games that further explore the environments presented in the series.[9]

She was cast for the role of the Eleventh Doctor‘s first companion, Amy Pond, on the British sci-fi series Doctor Who in May 2009. She made her first on-screen appearance as Amy Pond in “The Eleventh Hour” with her cousin Caitlin Blackwood portraying a young Amelia (Amy) Pond.[10][11][12] She appeared in the following sixth series in 2011 and the first five episodes of the seventh series in 2012. She reprised the role in a cameo appearance in the 2013 Christmas special “The Time of the Doctor“. Gillan had appeared in Doctor Who once before in the series four episode “The Fires of Pompeii” in the role of a Soothsayer.[5]

Gillan made her first theatre appearance playing the role of Shirley in John Osborne‘s play Inadmissible Evidence along with Douglas Hodge.[13] The play debuted at the Donmar Warehouse on 16 October 2011.[13]

During an interview at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con, Gillan revealed that she would be returning to Doctor Who for its seventh series.[14] On 15 December 2011, it was announced Gillan and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) would be leaving Doctor Who during the seventh series in 2012.[15] On 26 January 2012, Karen Gillan played the part of supermodel Jean Shrimpton in the television film We’ll Take Manhattan, which told the story of Shrimpton’s relationship with the photographer David Bailey.[16]

In August 2011, it was announced that Gillan would star in an indie Scottish rom-com called Not Another Happy Ending alongside Emun Elliott.[17] She was selected by director John McKay because he came to know her during the production of We’ll Take Manhattan, which he also directed, as “a very bubbly, vibrant, energetic, funny, slightly clumsy person” who was a perfect fit for the character.[18] Filming took place in July 2012,[17] though Elliott was replaced by Stanley Weber.[19] Gillan told journalists that she was happy to be involved in a Scottish production that “isn’t about drug use or fighting the English”.[20] The film premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2013.[21][22][23]

Gillan starred in the lead role in the supernatural horror movie Oculus, which was filmed in Alabama and released in April 2014.[24] She also revealed that she has been cast in comedian Charlie Brooker’s TV series A Touch of Cloth.[25] Gillan has also been cast in a film titled The List which began filming in Los Angeles in May 2013.

FHM magazine ranked Gillan number 42 on their list of the 100 Sexiest Women 2011,[26] and in 2012, they also ranked her number 36.[27] Gillan has also voiced advertisements for eHarmony and The Royal Bank of Scotland. In May 2013, Gillan was cast as Nebula in the Marvel superhero science fiction film Guardians of the Galaxy, which was released in August 2014. Gillan had her head shaved bald for the role.[28]

Gillan joined the regular cast of Adult Swim‘s NTSF:SD:SUV:: for the show’s third season in 2013.[29][30] In November 2013 Gillan appeared on Broadway in a play called Time to Act, one of the plays included in “The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway” to benefit the non-profit Urban Arts Partnership.[31]

In February 2014, Gillan was cast as the lead in Selfie, an American single-camera sitcom for ABC, which is produced by Warner Bros. Television and was greenlit for the 2014–15 US television season. Gillan played a social media-obsessed socialite named Eliza Dooley, a modern-day take on the main character from My Fair Lady, Eliza Doolittle. This is Gillan’s first time starring in the lead role of an American television series.[32][33][34] The series was cancelled by ABC on 7 November 2014 after seven episodes;[35] the remaining six episodes were made available on Hulu starting 25 November 2014.[36]

In May 2014, Gillan was cast in the Ti West-directed Western film In a Valley of Violence opposite John Travolta, Ethan Hawke and Taissa Farmiga. Gillan will portray Ellen, the older sister to Farmiga’s character.[37] Gillan also appeared in TV on the Radio‘s “Happy Idiot” music video, released on 3 October 2014. BuddyTV ranked her number six on its list of “TV’s 100 Sexiest Women of 2014”.[38] In 2015, Gillan appeared in the Adam McKay-directed drama film The Big Short alongside Brad Pitt, Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell and Melissa Leo.[39]

Gillan speaking at the 2015 Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest

Gillan wrote and directed her first short film, Coward, which screened at the 2015 Edinburgh Film Festival, and nominated for several awards.[40][41] Later in the year she wrote, directed, and starred in another short film called Conventional.[42]

In October 2015, Gillan completed filming The Circle in which she was cast in a main role alongside Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, and John Boyega. The film was directed and written by James Ponsoldt, based on the novel by Dave Eggers.[43][44] Gillan reprised her role as Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, this time becoming a member of the film’s eponymous team.[45]

On 30 August 2016, it was announced that Gillan was cast in the lead female role in the Jumanji sequel. Gillan starred alongside Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Nick Jonas.[46] On 2 November 2016, it was announced that Gillan will write, direct and star in her feature directorial debut with Burbank-based development and production company Mt. Hollywood Films’ indie drama project titled Tupperware Party. Set in her home city of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands, filming began in January 2017[47] and wrapped in the next month.[48] Also in January 2017, principal photography for Avengers: Infinity War and its untitled sequel began at Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayette County, Georgia, and is expected to shoot back-to-back with its sequel until late 2017. Gillan is set to appear in both films as Nebula.

Personal life[edit]

In 2011, Gillan helped promote Fashion Targets Breast Cancer (FTBC)[49] and the opening of Squirrel Ward in Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.[50][51] During a 2012 interview on The Late Late Show, she stated that she had relocated to the US to star in the film Oculus and confirmed that she now lives in Los Angeles, California.[7]

She has stated that, though her family is Catholic, she was never baptised and is not religious, instead agreeing with the statement that, “we’re just minuscule dots in the vast cosmic emptiness of the universe”.[52]



Year Title Role Notes
2010 Outcast Ally
2012 We’ll Take Manhattan Jean Shrimpton
2013 Not Another Happy Ending Jane Lockhart
2013 Oculus Kaylie Russell
2014 Guardians of the Galaxy Nebula
2014 Bound for Greatness Maeve MacDonough Short film
2015 Warning Labels Mindy Short film
2015 Coward N/A Short film; director and screenwriter
2015 Conventional Rachel Milligan Short film; also director and screenwriter
2015 List, TheThe List Lily
2015 The Big Short Evie
2016 In a Valley of Violence Ellen
2017 The Circle Annie Allerton Post-production
2017 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Nebula Post-production
2017 All Creatures Here Below Martha Post-production
2017 Jumanji Ruby Roundhouse Post-production
2017 Tupperware Party Lucy Post-production;[48] also director and screenwriter
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Nebula Filming
2019 Untitled Avengers film Filming


Year Title Role Notes
2006 Rebus Teri Cotter Episode: “A Question of Blood
2008 Stacked Ginny Turner Television film
2008 Doctor Who Soothsayer Episode: “The Fires of Pompeii
2008 Harley Street Holly Episode 1
2008–09 Kevin Bishop Show, TheThe Kevin Bishop Show Various characters Main role (12 episodes)
2008 Coming Up Anna Episode: “Thinspiration”
2009 Well, TheThe Well Coll 4 episodes
2010–12, 2013 Doctor Who Amy Pond 34 episodes (Series 5, Series 6, Series 7, “The Time of the Doctor(cameo))
2010–11 Doctor Who Confidential Herself 26 episodes
2012 We’ll Take Manhattan Jean Shrimpton Movie
2012 In Love with Coward Laura
2013 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Daisy Main role (9 episodes, season 3)
2014 Touch of Cloth, AA Touch of Cloth Kerry Newblood 2 episodes
2014 Selfie Eliza Dooley Main role (13 episodes)
2015 Comedy Bang! Bang! Herself Episode: “Karen Gillan Wears A Black and White Striped Pullover and Coral Skirt
2015 7 Days in Hell Lily Allsworth Movie
2015 Robot Chicken Anastasia Steele Voice
Episode: “Zero Vegetables
2016 Emo Dad Jessica Voice
5 episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Voice role
2010 Doctor Who: The Adventure Games: City of the Daleks Amy Pond
2010 Doctor Who: The Adventure Games: Blood of the Cybermen Amy Pond
2010 Doctor Who: The Adventure Games: TARDIS Amy Pond
2010 Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth Amy Pond
2010 Doctor Who: Return to Earth Amy Pond
2010 Doctor Who: The Adventure Games: Shadows of the Vashta Nerada Amy Pond
2011 Doctor Who: The Adventure Games: The Gunpowder Plot Amy Pond


Year Title Role Venue
2011 Inadmissible Evidence Shirley Donmar Warehouse
2013 Time to Act Karen Broadway

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2010 TV Quick Awards Best Actress Doctor Who Nominated [53]
2010 Cosmopolitan “Woman of the Year” Awards Best Actress Won [54]
2011 SFX Awards Best Actress Won [55]
2011 TV Choice Awards Best Actress Won [56]
2011 Scream Awards Best Sci-Fi Actress Nominated [57]
2012 National Television Awards Best Drama Performance: Female Won [58]
2012 Nickelodeon UK Kids’ Choice Awards Favourite UK Actress N/A Nominated [59]
2012 Scottish Fashion Awards Scotland’s Fashion Icon N/A Won [60]
2013 National Television Awards Best Drama Performance – Female Doctor Who Nominated [61]
2014 Fright Meter Awards Best Actress Oculus Nominated [62]
2014 Detroit Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Guardians of the Galaxy Won [63]
2014 Nevada Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Cast Won [64]
2014 Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Cast Nominated [65]
2015 Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Nominated [66]
2015 Empire Awards Best Female Newcomer Guardians of the Galaxy and Oculus Won [67][68]
2015 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actress Oculus Nominated [69]
2015 Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival Best Actress in a Short Film (Long) Bound for Greatness Nominated [70]
2015 IFS Film Festival Best Actress in a Short Film Won [71]
2015 IFS Film Festival Best Independent Short Coward Won [71]
2015 Edinburgh International Film Festival Best Short Film Nominated [72]
2016 London IFF Film Festival Best Lead Actress in a Short Film Bound for Greatness Won [73]
2016 FirstGlance Film Festival Best Actress in a Short Film Won [74]