ADRIYAN LOVE

Adriyan Rae was born on October 7th in Seaford, Delaware. When Adriyan went to college she did so in Philadelphia at the University of the Sciences double majoring in Physician Assistant Studies and Medical Laboratory Science. After finishing both degrees and becoming a certified Medical Laboratory Scientist;
Actress (16 credits)
 2015 Don’t Be Fooled (Short) (completed)
Celeste
 2019 American Soul (TV Series)
Pearl Madigan

68 BC (2019) … Pearl Madigan
 2018 Champaign ILL (TV Series)
Tasha

Show Me That Lamb (2018) … Tasha
Loop De Loop Fastballs (2018) … Tasha
 2018 Platonic (TV Series)
Nina

House Party (2018) … Nina
Ultimatum (2018) … Nina
 2018 Brockmire (TV Series)
Yvonne

In the Cellar (2018) … Yvonne (uncredited)
Broadcasters Jinx (2018) … Yvonne
Platoon Player (2018) … Yvonne (uncredited)
 2018/I A Father’s Love (Short)
Tiffany
 2018 SuperFly
Candice
 2018 Star (TV Series)
Tammi

 2018 Atlanta (TV Series)
Candice

Champagne Papi (2018) … Candice
 2017 Good Streets
Candice
 2017 Burning Sands
Candy
 2016 Tracey Hill PR (Pilot) (TV Movie)
Toni
 2015 Love Crimes (TV Series)
Sabrina

It’s Always the Curious Ones (2015) … Sabrina
No Helping Yourself (2015) … Sabrina
 2015 Fatal Attraction (TV Series documentary)
Sunday Proctor’s Friend

Grim Obsession (2015) … Sunday Proctor’s Friend
 2015 Life Twirls On (TV Series)
Megan Brown
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AMY AQUINO

Amy Aquino was born on March 20, 1957 in Teaneck, New Jersey, USA as Amy Louise Aquino. She is an actress, known for Working Girl (1988), White Oleander (2002) and Picket Fences (1992). She has been married to McGinnis Andrew McCoy since 1995.
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Actress (88 credits)
 2014-2018 Bosch (TV Series)
Lt. Grace Billets

Rojo Profundo (2018) … Lt. Grace Billets
Dark Sky (2018) … Lt. Grace Billets
The Wine of Youth (2018) … Lt. Grace Billets
Missed Connections (2018) … Lt. Grace Billets
The Coping (2018) … Lt. Grace Billets
 2017 Sensum (Short)
Dr. Rita Montal
 2016 Hacked
Mushira
 2015 The Lazarus Effect
President Dailey
 2014 Suits (TV Series)
Judge

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (2014) … Judge
 2013-2014 Being Human (TV Series)
Donna Gilchrist

Too Far, Fast-Forward! (2014) … Donna Gilchrist
Gallows Humor (2014) … Donna Gilchrist
Lil’ Smokie (2014) … Donna Gilchrist
Old Dog, New Tricks (2014) … Donna Gilchrist
Ruh-Roh (2013) … Donna Gilchrist
 2013 Divorce: A Love Story (TV Movie)
 2013 Glee (TV Series)
Funny Girl Producer

All or Nothing (2013) … Funny Girl Producer
Sweet Dreams (2013) … Funny Girl Producer
 2013 Armed Response
Lena’s Mom
 2013 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Judge Patricia Davis

Little Red Corvette (2013) … Judge Patricia Davis
Days of Wine and Roses (2013) … Judge Patricia Davis
 2012 The Finder (TV Series)
Cristina Farrel / Christina Farrel

The Boy with the Bucket (2012) … Cristina Farrel
The Last Meal (2012) … Cristina Farrel
Eye of the Storm (2012) … Christina Farrel
An Orphan Walks Into a Bar (2012) … Cristina Farrel
 2010-2011 The Whole Truth (TV Series)
Judge #2

The State Calls Kathryn Peale (2011) … Judge #2
Young Love (2010)
 2011 Harry’s Law (TV Series)
Judge Marylin Coulis

Last Dance (2011) … Judge Marylin Coulis
Send in the Clowns (2011) … Judge Marylin Coulis
In the Ghetto (2011) … Judge Marylin Coulis
A Day in the Life (2011) … Judge Marylin Coulis
Wheels of Justice (2011) … Judge Marylin Coulis
 2010 Deal O’Neal (TV Movie)
Marie O’Neal
 2010 Private Practice (TV Series)
Claire

In the Name of Love (2010) … Claire
 2010 In My Sleep
Detective Curwen
 2010 Castle (TV Series)
Janine Marks

The Late Shaft (2010) … Janine Marks
 2010 Big Love (TV Series)
Leslie Usher

End of Days (2010) … Leslie Usher
Next Ticket Out (2010) … Leslie Usher
 2009-2010 Brothers & Sisters (TV Series)
Dr. Joan Avadon

A Bone to Pick (2010) … Dr. Joan Avadon
From France with Love (2009) … Dr. Joan Avadon (uncredited)
Almost Normal (2009) … Dr. Joan Avadon
Breaking the News (2009) … Dr. Joan Avadon
The Road Ahead (2009) … Dr. Joan Avadon
 2005-2009 Monk (TV Series)
Rhonda / Mrs. Bowen

Mr. Monk Goes to Group Therapy (2009) … Rhonda
Mr. Monk and the Red Herring (2005) … Mrs. Bowen
 2009 Prison Break (TV Series)
Warden Alice Simms

The Old Ball and Chain (2009) … Warden Alice Simms
Free (2009) … Warden Alice Simms
 1995-2009 ER (TV Series)
Dr. Janet Coburn

Love Is a Battlefield (2009) … Dr. Janet Coburn
Separation Anxiety (2009) … Dr. Janet Coburn
The High Holiday (2008) … Dr. Janet Coburn
Truth Will Out (2008) … Dr. Janet Coburn
Owner of a Broken Heart (2008) … Dr. Janet Coburn
 2006-2008 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
A.D.A. Valerie Nichols

Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda (2008) … A.D.A. Valerie Nichols
Post Mortem (2006) … A.D.A. Valerie Nichols
 2008 Twenty Good Years (TV Series)
Lois

Come Fly with Me (2008) … Lois
 2008 Grey’s Anatomy (TV Series)
Marianne Grandy

Brave New World (2008) … Marianne Grandy
 2008 The Closer (TV Series)
Laura Mayhan

Speed Bump (2008) … Laura Mayhan
 2008 Head Case (TV Series)
Lorraine Finkelstein

Goode Vibes (2008) … Lorraine Finkelstein
 2007 Shark (TV Series)
Judge Grant

In Absentia (2007) … Judge Grant
 2007 Boston Legal (TV Series)
Judge Phyllis Tamber

Trial of the Century (2007) … Judge Phyllis Tamber
 2007 Desperate Housewives (TV Series)
Erika Gold

Come Play Wiz Me (2007) … Erika Gold
 2006 Heist (TV Series)
Captain

Bury the Lead (2006) … Captain
Sex, Lies and Vinny Momo (2006) … Captain
 2006 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Georgina

Demon Child (2006) … Georgina
 2005 Just Legal (TV Series)

Pilot (2005)
 2005 Weeds (TV Series)
School Psychologist

Lude Awakening (2005) … School Psychologist
 2005 CSI: NY (TV Series)
Diane Lipstone

Supply & Demand (2005) … Diane Lipstone
 2005 A Lot Like Love
Diane Martin
 2002-2005 Everybody Loves Raymond (TV Series)
Peggy

A Date for Peter (2005) … Peggy
Party Dress (2004) … Peggy
Sleepover at Peggy’s (2003) … Peggy
Cookies (2002) … Peggy
 2004 In Good Company
Alicia
 2004 Strong Medicine (TV Series)
Willa James

Code (2004) … Willa James
 2001-2004 Crossing Jordan (TV Series)
Detective Lois Carver

Necessary Risks (2004) … Detective Lois Carver
Deja Past (2004) … Detective Lois Carver
Family Ties (2003) … Detective Lois Carver
There’s No Place Like Home (2002) … Detective Lois Carver
With Honor (2002) … Detective Lois Carver
 2004 Woman Thou Art Loosed
Miss Rodgers
 2003 The Practice (TV Series)
Judge Louise Moreno

Concealing Evidence (2003) … Judge Louise Moreno
 2003 The Singing Detective
Nurse Nozhki
 2003 National Security
Councilwoman
 2002 Alias (TV Series)
Virginia Kerr

The Indicator (2002) … Virginia Kerr
 2002 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)
Susan Braudy

The Corpse-Sniffing Dog (2002) … Susan Braudy
The Terrorist Attack (2002) … Susan Braudy
 2002 White Oleander
Miss Martinez
 2002 Undisputed
Darlene Early
 2000-2002 Felicity (TV Series)
Dr. Toni Pavone

Time Will Tell (2002) … Dr. Toni Pavone
My Best Friend’s Wedding (2001) … Dr. Toni Pavone
The Last Summer Ever (2001) … Dr. Toni Pavone
Surprise (2000) … Dr. Toni Pavone
The Biggest Deal There Is (2000) … Dr. Toni Pavone
 2001 Citizen Baines (TV Series)
Marina Isaacs

Lost and Found (2001) … Marina Isaacs
 2001 Gideon’s Crossing (TV Series)
Dr. Fieldstone

Orphans (2001) … Dr. Fieldstone
 2000 That’s Life (TV Series)
Bernadette

Saint Bernadette (2000) … Bernadette
 2000 Freaks and Geeks (TV Series)
Mrs. Schweiber

Noshing and Moshing (2000) … Mrs. Schweiber
The Garage Door (2000) … Mrs. Schweiber
 1999-2000 Action (TV Series)
Connie Hunt

Dead Man Floating (2000) … Connie Hunt
Mr. Dragon Goes to Washington (1999) … Connie Hunt
 2000 Time of Your Life (TV Series)
Mrs. Liebowitz

The Time They Got E-Rotic (2000) … Mrs. Liebowitz
 1999-2000 Judging Amy (TV Series)
Judge Greta Anastassio

The God Thing (2000) … Judge Greta Anastassio
Victim Soul (1999) … Judge Greta Anastassio
Trial by Jury (1999) … Judge Greta Anastassio
 2000 NYPD Blue (TV Series)
Annabelle Cito

Lucky Luciano (2000) … Annabelle Cito
 2000 The West Wing (TV Series)
Becky Reeseman

The White House Pro-Am (2000) … Becky Reeseman
 1999 7th Heaven (TV Series)
Ms. Williams

…And Expiation (1999) … Ms. Williams
 1999 Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane (TV Series)
Mrs. Milch

Under Mom’s Thumb (1999) … Mrs. Milch
The Advice (1999) … Mrs. Milch
Pilot (1999) … Mrs. Milch
 1998 Becker (TV Series)
Bev

Pilot (1998) … Bev
 1997 Ally McBeal (TV Series)
Dr. Harper

Boy to the World (1997) … Dr. Harper
 1997 Michael Hayes (TV Series)
Stephanie Lofton

Heroes (1997) … Stephanie Lofton
 1996 The Larry Sanders Show (TV Series)
Rabbi Marcy Klein

My Name Is Asher Kingsley (1996) … Rabbi Marcy Klein
 1995-1996 Picket Fences (TV Series)
Dr. Joanna ‘Joey’ Diamond

Liver Let Die (1996) … Dr. Joanna ‘Joey’ Diamond
To Forgive Is Divine (1996) … Dr. Joanna ‘Joey’ Diamond
Winner Takes All (1996) … Dr. Joanna ‘Joey’ Diamond
Three Weddings and a Meltdown (1996) … Dr. Joanna ‘Joey’ Diamond
Bye-Bye, Bey-Bey (1996) … Dr. Joanna ‘Joey’ Diamond
 1994-1995 Madman of the People (TV Series)
Sasha Danziger

The Madman and the Showgirl (1995) … Sasha Danziger
Anytime, Anywhere (1995) … Sasha Danziger
The Pen Is Mightier Than the Sword (1995) … Sasha Danziger
Truths My Father Told (1995) … Sasha Danziger
Notes from the Underground (1995) … Sasha Danziger
 1995 My Brother’s Keeper (TV Movie)
Terry
 1995 Boys on the Side
Anna
 1994 Once in a Lifetime (TV Movie)
Barbara
 1994 Betrayal of Trust (TV Movie)
Jeannie Wilcox
 1993 Jack Reed: Badge of Honor (TV Movie)
Sharon Hilliard
 1991-1993 Brooklyn Bridge (TV Series)
Phyllis Berger Silver

No Time Like the Future (1993) … Phyllis Berger Silver
The Hollywood Country Club (1993) … Phyllis Berger Silver
Keeping Up with the Joneses (1993) … Phyllis Berger Silver
The Date (1993) … Phyllis Berger Silver
The Wild Pitch (1993) … Phyllis Berger Silver
 1993 A Place to Be Loved (TV Movie)
Debby Hunter
 1993 Murphy Brown (TV Series)
Julianna

Murphy and the Amazing Leaping Man (1993) … Julianna
 1993 Sisters (TV Series)
Iris

The Whole Truth (1993) … Iris
 1992 Lifestories: Families in Crisis (TV Series)
Carol Di Paolo

Blood Brothers: The Joey DiPaolo Story (1992) … Carol Di Paolo
 1992 Alan & Naomi
Ruth Silverman
 1991 False Arrest (TV Movie)
Cathy
 1991 Roseanne (TV Series)
Linda Wagner

Dances with Darlene (1991) … Linda Wagner
 1991 Davis Rules (TV Series)
Mrs. Chavez

Habla Espanol? (1991) … Mrs. Chavez
 1991 The Last to Go (TV Movie)
Ginny
 1990 Law & Order (TV Series)
Erica Stohlmeyer

Prisoner of Love (1990) … Erica Stohlmeyer
 1990 Descending Angel (TV Movie)
Catherine
 1989 One of the Boys (TV Series)
Bernice DeSalvo

Maria Conchita Lukowski (1989) … Bernice DeSalvo
The Wedding (1989) … Bernice DeSalvo
The Proposal (1989) … Bernice DeSalvo
The Date (1989) … Bernice DeSalvo
The Dance (1989) … Bernice DeSalvo
 1988 Working Girl
Alice Baxter
 1987 Moonstruck
Bonnie
 1987 Easy Street (TV Series)

Maid in Italy (1987)
 1982 The Slumber Party Massacre
Pam (uncredited)

LAILA KHAROUBA

Laila Kharouba is a Canadian actor, singer, and writer born in Ottawa, Ontario. After much encouragement from her family, Laila pursued her childhood love for acting and music in her early teens, studying on camera and performing in musical theatre in Toronto. Laila holds a BAH degree from the Queen’s University Dan School of Drama and Music
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Actress (5 credits)
 2017 Stop This Ride I Want to Get Off (Short)
Fire Girl
 2017 Alias Grace (TV Mini-Series)
Inmate

Part 4 (2017) … Inmate
Part 2 (2017) … Inmate (uncredited)
 2017 Kalopsia (Short)
Woman
 2017 DATE NIGHT (Short)
Vanessa

ELISE GATIEN

Elise Gatien is an actress, known for her major roles in Ghost Wars (SYFY), Colony (USA), Supernatural (The CW), iZombie (The CW), Smallville (The CW), and more. Born in Kamloops, British Columbia, Elise studied ballet, tap and contemporary starting from age 4. As a teenager she was scouted by a talent agent, and began modeling and commercial …

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Actress (36 credits)
 2019 The Murders (TV Series) (filming)
Daria Nichols

Queen of Hearts … Daria Nichols
 2018 Colony (TV Series)
Meadow

What Goes Around (2018) … Meadow
Sea Spray (2018) … Meadow
Lazarus (2018) … Meadow
A Clean, Well-Lighted Place (2018) … Meadow
 2018 Life Sentence (TV Series)
Allie

Sleepless Near Seattle (2018) … Allie
 2010-2018 Supernatural (TV Series)
Jennie Plum / Kristen

Various & Sundry Villains (2018) … Jennie Plum
Live Free or Twihard (2010) … Kristen
 2018 Secret Millionaire (TV Movie)
Candice
 2017-2018 Ghost Wars (TV Series)
Maggie Rennie

…My Soul to Keep (2018) … Maggie Rennie
There’s No More Room in Hell (2017) … Maggie Rennie
The Feast (2017) … Maggie Rennie
Whistle Past the Graveyard (2017) … Maggie Rennie
Whatever Happened to Maggie Rennie (2017) … Maggie Rennie
 2017 Moonlight in Vermont (TV Movie)
Haley
 2017 Aeris (Short)
Colleen
 2016 Motive (TV Series)
Paige Lytton

Foreign Relations (2016) … Paige Lytton
 2016 Ms. Matched (TV Movie)
Annie
 2016 Love on the Sidelines (TV Movie)
Ava Holland
 2015 Christmas Truce (TV Movie)
Lilly Braun
 2015 Lost After Dark
Jamie
 2015 Sorority Murder (TV Movie)
Natalie Swanson
 2015 Perfect Match (TV Movie)
Lucy
 2015 UnREAL (TV Series)
Rita

Relapse (2015) … Rita
Return (2015) … Rita
 2015 iZombie (TV Series)
Corinne

Dead Air (2015) … Corinne
Liv and Let Clive (2015) … Corinne
The Exterminator (2015) … Corinne
 2015 Fifty Shades of Grey
Young Woman at Bar
 2014 Signed, Sealed, Delivered (TV Series)
Vanessa Dougherty

The Edge of Forever (2014) … Vanessa Dougherty
 2014 The Tomorrow People (TV Series)
Sophie Coburn

Endgame (2014) … Sophie Coburn
 2014 Spooksville (TV Series)
Kelsey

Shell Shock (2014) … Kelsey
 2013 Restless Virgins (TV Movie)
Heather
 2012 The Selection (TV Movie)
May
 2012 The Secret Circle (TV Series)
Elizabeth Meade

Prom (2012) … Elizabeth Meade
 2011 Level Up (TV Movie)
Heather
 2011 R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour (TV Series)
Stella

The Red Dress (2011) … Stella
 2010 Tower Prep (TV Series)
Candace ‘CJ’ Ward / CJ

Fathers (2010) … Candace ‘CJ’ Ward
Snitch (2010) … Candace ‘CJ’ Ward
Trust (2010) … Candace ‘CJ’ Ward
Phone Home (2010) … Candace ‘CJ’ Ward
Dreams (2010) … Candace ‘CJ’ Ward
 2009-2010 Smallville (TV Series)
Mia Dearden / Speedy

Disciple (2010) … Mia Dearden / Speedy
Crossfire (2009) … Mia Dearden / Speedy
 2009 The Guard (TV Series)
Megan

Out of the Woods (2009) … Megan
 2008 Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief (Video)
Courtney Sterling
 2007 Bionic Woman (TV Series)
Anne Corvus

Sisterhood (2007) … Anne Corvus
 2007 Eureka (TV Series)
Megan

Duck, Duck Goose (2007) … Megan
 2007 In the Land of Women
Tiffany
 2006 The Obsession (TV Movie)
Erika Matthews

Vanessa Lengies

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Vanessa Lengies
Born (1985-07-21) July 21, 1985 (age 33)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Residence United States
Occupation Actress, dancer, singer
Years active 1996–present

Vanessa Lengies (born July 21, 1985[1]) is a Canadian actress, dancer and singer. She is known for starring in the drama American Dreams as Roxanne Bojarski. She appeared as Charge Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama HawthoRNe, and has appeared in the recurring role of Sugar Motta in the third, fourth, and sixth seasons of the Fox series Glee.

Early life[edit]

Born to a German father and an Egyptian mother in Montreal, Lengies grew up in Hudson, Quebec, where she graduated from Hudson High School in 2002.[citation needed]. She cames out as queer, gender fluid and bisexual on her own documental series “The ‘S’ word with Vanessa Lengies” in 2017. [2]

Career[edit]

Lengies got her start in Canadian television on shows such as Sponk!, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Radio Active, and Popular Mechanics for Kids. Her voice was lent to Emily on the PBS animated series Arthur. In 2000, she had the lead role in the Showtime film Ratz.

In 2002, she was cast as a series regular in the NBC comedy-drama American Dreams, playing teenager Roxanne Bojarski. The show was set in Philadelphia in the mid-1960s, and Roxanne becomes one of the dancers on the American Bandstand television show hosted by Dick Clark. The series ran for three seasons, with the final episode broadcast in March 2005.

In August 2005, she co-starred with Hilary Duff and Heather Locklear in the comedy The Perfect Man. She also plays a supporting role as the jailbait hostess, Natasha, in the 2005 American film Waiting…,[3] and reprised the role in the film’s 2009 sequel, Still Waiting…. In 2006, she co-starred with Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym as a gymnast in the film Stick It.

For The Grudge 2, the role of Vanessa was originally written for Lengies, who eventually turned it down to film My Suicide; the part still bears her name. She has also appeared in CBS show Ghost Whisperer in an episode titled “The Vanishing” and the NBC show Medium in the episode “Apocalypse… Now?”. She made another appearance in an episode of the short-lived CBS show Moonlight.

Lengies was seen as Sophia in the Lifetime original drama series Monarch Cove. She also co-starred in the ABC online comedy, Squeegees.[3]

She appeared as Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama Hawthorne from 2009 through 2011. The role was a recurring one for the first season, and Lengies became a series regular for the following two seasons. The show, which ran for three seasons of ten episodes starting each June, was not renewed for a fourth summer.[4] She appeared in the role of Loco Uno in an online mockumentary and sitcom called MyMusic.[citation needed]

She was cast as Kacey, a bubbly cocktail waitress, in the sitcom Mixology. However, ABC canceled Mixology after only one season.[5] Originally cast in a guest role, Lengies was upped to a main cast role on FOX’s 2016 drama Second Chance (earlier titled Lookinglass).[6]

Glee[edit]

In August 2011, Lengies was cast in the recurring role of Sugar Motta for the third season of Glee. Sugar, who is well-off, self-confident, and has a tin ear, first appeared in the season premiere on September 20, 2011.[7][8] Since then, Sugar’s singing has greatly improved, and she now performs with the main glee club, New Directions; she had her first solo line in the season’s tenth episode, “Yes/No“.[9] In 2013, Lengies visited her old high school, Hudson High School (now Westwood Senior High School) to see how much it had changed, and to speak to the Student Life and Drama students about her journey of how she got to be on the hit TV show Glee.

According to Lengies, Sugar’s self-diagnosed Aspergers is part of her character. She said that it was difficult to sing poorly on purpose, especially with piano accompaniment.[10] Sugar’s debut was praised by Salon‘s Matt Zoller Seitz, who said of the new addition to McKinley, “She’s awful. She’s also an entitled little snot… She’s a great character, and I hope we haven’t seen the last of her.”[11] Entertainment Weekly‘s Abby West praised Sugar, and with Sue otherwise occupied hoped to see more of Sugar as “a thorn in the Glee club’s side.”[12] On the other hand, TV Guide “jeered” Sugar, calling her “an off-key addition to the cast”.[13] The A.V. Club‘s Todd VanDerWerff concurred, and said of “I Am Unicorn”, “Sugar continues to be one of my least favorite new characters in ages”.[14] The Huffington Post named Sugar Motta one of the “Worst TV Characters” in 2012.[15] Respers France was entirely unimpressed with the routine. For her, Sugar’s scene following it was one of the episode’s few highlights, although she described Sugar as having “a horrible voice”.[16]

Following the end of the fourth season, Lengies announced her departure from Glee, citing frustration with not having the opportunity to act as she was hired per episode,[17] though she did return for two appearances in the sixth season.

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Waiting… Natasha
2005 The Perfect Man Amy Pearl
2006 The Substance of Things Hoped For Daphne
2006 Stick It Joanne Charis
2008 Foreign Exchange Robyn Lead role
2008 Extreme Movie Carla
2009 Archie’s Final Project Mallory
2009 Still Waiting… Natasha
2015 We Are Your Friends Mel
2016 Happy Birthday Katie Elizondo
2018 Immortal Alex Post-production
2018 I’d Like to Be Alone Now Lisa Post-production
2018 Married Young Talya Post-production
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1995–96 The Little Lulu Show Annie Inch Voice role
1996–2002 Arthur Emily Voice role
1997 Lassie Charity Episode: “The Manhunt”
1998 Radio Active Sarah Leigh Main role
1998 Caillou Boy / Girl Voice role
1999–2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Vange Main role
1999–2001 Popular Mechanics for Kids Herself Host
2000 For Better or For Worse Elizabeth Patterson Main role
2000 Ratz Marci Kornbalm TV film; Main role
Nominated — Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress
2002–05 American Dreams Roxanne Bojarski Main Role
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress
Nominated — Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Sidekick
2003–05 Pet Star Herself / Judge 4 episodes
2005 8 Simple Rules Monica Episode: “The After Party
2006 Ghost Whisperer Caitlin Emerson Episode: “The Vanishing
2006 Monarch Cove Sophia Preston Main role
2006 Split Decision Ashley TV film
2007 Moonlight Leni Hayes Episode: “Fever
2007 The Cleaner Lolly Episode: “Rag Dolls
2007 Untitled David Kohan/Max Mutchnick TV Project Tessa TV film
2008 Squeegees Annie Hackett TV film
2009 Medium Zoey Lehman Episode: “Apocalypse… Now?
2009–11 Hawthorne Kelly Epson Recurring role (Season 1); main role (Seasons 2–3); 29 episodes
2010 Accidentally on Purpose Tracy Episode: “Back to School
2010 CSI: Miami Shea Williamson Episode: “Reality Skills
2010 Rules of Engagement Julia Episode: “Refusing to Budget
2011 Castle Eliza Winter Episode: “Poof! You’re Dead
2011–13, 2015 Glee Sugar Motta Recurring role (Seasons 3–4, 6); 26 episodes
Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
2012–13 MyMusic Loco Uno Recurring role (Season 1); 7 episodes
2014 Mixology Kacey Main role
2014 Llama Cop Dr. Kristen Reynolds Episodes: “Bad Llieutenant”, “Dirty, Hairy”
2015 Resident Advisors Marissa Recurring role; 4 episodes
2016 Second Chance Alexa Main role
2016 The Detour Elf Episode: “The Drop”
2016–17 Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Kordi Freemaker Main role
2017 The ‘S’ Word with Vanessa Lengies Herself / Host TV Mini-Series; also producer
2018 I.R.L. Catherine VanRicher Episode: “The Boredroom – “The Future Is””
Music videos
Year Title Artist
2006 We Run This Missy Elliot

Awards and nomination[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2001 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress Ratz Nominated
2003 Young Artist Awards Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) American Dreams Nominated
2004 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Sidekick Nominated
2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Glee Nominated

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart
positions
US CAN UK ARIA
2011 Candyman 158
Survivor/I Will Survive 51[18] 47[19] 97 78
2012 Cell Block Tango 175
“—” denotes releases that did not chart

VANESSA LENGIES

Vanessa Brittany Lengies, born July 21, 1985, Canadian actress, dancer and singer. She is best known for her role on American Dreams and she had a recurring role as Sugar Motta on Glee. Lengies was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to a German father and an Egyptian mother. She speaks French, English and some Arabic. Lengies graduated from Hudson …
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Actress (48 credits)
 2018/I Immortal (post-production)
Alex
 2018 I.R.L. (TV Series)
Catherine VanRicher

The Boredroom – “The Future Is” (2018) … Catherine VanRicher
 2016-2017 Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (TV Series)
Kordi / Kordi Freemaker

Return of the Return of the Jedi (2017) … Kordi (voice)
Free Fall (2017) … Kordi (voice)
Escape from Coruscant (2017) … Kordi (voice)
A Perilous Rescue (2017) … Kordi (voice)
Flight of the Arrowhead (2017) … Kordi (voice)
 2016/VI Happy Birthday
Katie Elizondo
 2016 The Detour (TV Series)
Elf

The Drop (2016) … Elf
 2016 Second Chance (TV Series)
Alexa

Gelassenheit (2016) … Alexa
Geworfenheit (2016) … Alexa
May Old Acquaintance Be Forgot (2016) … Alexa
That Time in the Car (2016) … Alexa
 2015 Resident Advisors (TV Series)
Marissa

Halloween (2015) … Marissa
The Fire (2015) … Marissa
Alcohol Awareness (2015) … Marissa
Move in Day (2015) … Marissa
 2011-2015 Glee (TV Series)
Sugar Motta / Quinn Fabray

Dreams Come True (2015) … Sugar Motta
A Wedding (2015) … Sugar Motta
All or Nothing (2013) … Sugar Motta
Girls (and Boys) on Film (2013) … Sugar Motta
Sadie Hawkins (2013) … Sugar Motta
 2014 Llama Cop (TV Series)
Dr. Kristen Reynolds

Bad Llieutenant (2014) … Dr. Kristen Reynolds
Dirty, Hairy (2014) … Dr. Kristen Reynolds
 2014 Mixology (TV Series)
Kacey

Closing Time (2014) … Kacey
Last Call (2014) … Kacey
Bruce & Maya (2014) … Kacey
Liv & Jim (2014) … Kacey
Dominic & Kacey (2014) … Kacey
 2012-2013 MyMusic (TV Series)
Loco Uno

The End?! (2013) … Loco Uno
Cops and Clues (2012) … Loco Uno
Diabolical Plan (2012) … Loco Uno
New Staff?! (2012) … Loco Uno
Company Picnic! (2012) … Loco Uno
 2009-2011 Hawthorne (TV Series)
Kelly Epson

A Shot in the Dark (2011) … Kelly Epson
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (2011) … Kelly Epson
Price of Admission (2011) … Kelly Epson
To Tell the Truth (2011) … Kelly Epson
Just Between Friends (2011) … Kelly Epson
 2011 Castle (TV Series)
Eliza Winter

Poof, You’re Dead (2011) … Eliza Winter
 2010 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)
Julia

Refusing to Budget (2010) … Julia
 2010 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Shea Williamson

Reality Kills (2010) … Shea Williamson
 2010 Accidentally on Purpose (TV Series)
Tracy

Back to School (2010) … Tracy
 2009 This Might Hurt (TV Movie)
Lily Birdsall
 2009 Medium (TV Series)
Zoey Lehman

Apocalypse… Now? (2009) … Zoey Lehman
 2009 Still Waiting… (Video)
Natasha
 2008 Extreme Movie
Carla
 2008 Foreign Exchange
Robyn
 2008 The Cleaner (TV Series)
Lolly

Rag Dolls (2008) … Lolly
 2008 Squeegees (TV Movie)
Annie Hackett
 2007 Moonlight (TV Series)
Leni Hayes

Fever (2007) … Leni Hayes
 2006 Monarch Cove (TV Series)
Sophia Preston

Episode #1.14 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.12 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.11 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.10 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.9 (2006) … Sophia Preston
 2006 Split Decision (TV Movie)
Ashley
 1996-2006 Arthur (TV Series)
Emily

Arthur’s Snow Biz/Bugged (2003) … Emily (voice)
Arthur, It’s Only Rock and Roll (2002) … Emily (voice)
Arthur Loses His Marbles/Friday the 13th (2001) … Emily (voice)
The Good Sport/Crushed (2001) … Emily (voice)
 2006 Stick It
Joanne Charis
 2006 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Caitlin Emerson

The Vanishing (2006) … Caitlin Emerson
 2005/I Waiting…
Natasha
 2005 The Perfect Man
Amy Pearl
 2002-2005 American Dreams (TV Series)
Roxanne Bojarski

It’s My Life (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
No Satisfaction (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
California Dreamin’ (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
Commencement (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
Starting Over (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
 2005 8 Simple Rules (TV Series)
Monica

The After Party (2005) … Monica
 1998-2001 Radio Active (TV Series)
Sarah Leigh

For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls (2001) … Sarah Leigh
Role Reversal (2001) … Sarah Leigh
Culture Shock (2001) … Sarah Leigh
No Trouble Atoll (2001) … Sarah Leigh
Commercial Chaos (2001) … Sarah Leigh
 2000 Caillou (TV Series)
Boy / Girl

I’m All Better (2000) … Boy / Girl (voice)
Getting the Message (2000) … Boy / Girl (voice)
Caillou’s Neighbourhood … Boy / Girl (voice)
 2000 For Better or for Worse (TV Series)
Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’)

A Special Kind of Dad … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
Learning Curve … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
There Goes My Baby … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
Aaargh!! … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
Family Lies … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
 1999-2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? (TV Series)
Vange

The Tale of the Night Nurse (2000) … Vange
The Tale of Many Faces (2000) … Vange
The Tale of the Laser Maze (2000) … Vange
The Tale of the Last Dance (2000) … Vange
The Tale of the Photo Finish (2000) … Vange
 2000 Ratz (TV Movie)
Marci Kornbalm
 1997-1999 The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures (TV Series)
Various

Three Mice and You’re Out (1999) … Various (voice, uncredited)
Panama Mice (1999) … Various (voice, uncredited)
Adventure on the Orient Express! (1998) … Various (voice, uncredited)
The Mouse-o-Taur (1998) … Various (voice, uncredited)
Frisco Rumble (1998) … Various (voice, uncredited)
 1999 The Little Lulu Show (TV Series)
Annie

 1997 Lassie (TV Series)
Charity

The Manhunt … Charity

VANESSA LENGIES

Vanessa Brittany Lengies, born July 21, 1985, Canadian actress, dancer and singer. She is best known for her role on American Dreams and she had a recurring role as Sugar Motta on Glee. Lengies was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to a German father and an Egyptian mother. She speaks French, English and some Arabic. Lengies graduated from Hudson … See full bio »
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Actress (46 credits)
 2016-2017 Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (TV Series)
Kordi / Kordi Freemaker

Return of the Return of the Jedi (2017) … Kordi (voice)
Free Fall (2017) … Kordi (voice)
Escape from Coruscant (2017) … Kordi (voice)
A Perilous Rescue (2017) … Kordi (voice)
Flight of the Arrowhead (2017) … Kordi (voice)
 2016/VI Happy Birthday
Katie Elizondo
 2016 The Detour (TV Series)
Elf

The Drop (2016) … Elf
 2016 Second Chance (TV Series)
Alexa

Gelassenheit (2016) … Alexa
Geworfenheit (2016) … Alexa
May Old Acquaintance Be Forgot (2016) … Alexa
That Time in the Car (2016) … Alexa
 2015 Resident Advisors (TV Series)
Marissa

Halloween (2015) … Marissa
The Fire (2015) … Marissa
Alcohol Awareness (2015) … Marissa
Move in Day (2015) … Marissa
 2011-2015 Glee (TV Series)
Sugar Motta / Quinn Fabray

Dreams Come True (2015) … Sugar Motta
A Wedding (2015) … Sugar Motta
All or Nothing (2013) … Sugar Motta
Girls (and Boys) on Film (2013) … Sugar Motta
Sadie Hawkins (2013) … Sugar Motta
 2014 Llama Cop (TV Series)
Dr. Kristen Reynolds

Bad Llieutenant (2014) … Dr. Kristen Reynolds
Dirty, Hairy (2014) … Dr. Kristen Reynolds
 2014 Mixology (TV Series)
Kacey

Closing Time (2014) … Kacey
Last Call (2014) … Kacey
Bruce & Maya (2014) … Kacey
Liv & Jim (2014) … Kacey
Dominic & Kacey (2014) … Kacey
 2012-2013 MyMusic (TV Series)
Loco Uno

The End?! (2013) … Loco Uno
Cops and Clues (2012) … Loco Uno
Diabolical Plan (2012) … Loco Uno
New Staff?! (2012) … Loco Uno
Company Picnic! (2012) … Loco Uno
 2009-2011 Hawthorne (TV Series)
Kelly Epson

A Shot in the Dark (2011) … Kelly Epson
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (2011) … Kelly Epson
Price of Admission (2011) … Kelly Epson
To Tell the Truth (2011) … Kelly Epson
Just Between Friends (2011) … Kelly Epson
 2011 Castle (TV Series)
Eliza Winter

Poof, You’re Dead (2011) … Eliza Winter
 2010 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)
Julia

Refusing to Budget (2010) … Julia
 2010 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Shea Williamson

Reality Kills (2010) … Shea Williamson
 2010 Accidentally on Purpose (TV Series)
Tracy

Back to School (2010) … Tracy
 2009 Medium (TV Series)
Zoey Lehman

Apocalypse… Now? (2009) … Zoey Lehman
 2009 Still Waiting… (Video)
Natasha
 2009 This Might Hurt (TV Movie)
Lily Birdsall
 2008 Extreme Movie
Carla
 2008 Foreign Exchange
Robyn
 2008 The Cleaner (TV Series)
Lolly

Rag Dolls (2008) … Lolly
 2008 Squeegees (TV Movie)
Annie Hackett
 2007 Moonlight (TV Series)
Leni Hayes

Fever (2007) … Leni Hayes
 2006 Monarch Cove (TV Series)
Sophia Preston

Episode #1.14 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.12 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.11 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.10 (2006) … Sophia Preston
Episode #1.9 (2006) … Sophia Preston
 2006 Split Decision (TV Movie)
Ashley
 1996-2006 Arthur (TV Series)
Emily

Arthur’s Snow Biz/Bugged (2003) … Emily (voice)
Arthur, It’s Only Rock and Roll (2002) … Emily (voice)
Arthur Loses His Marbles/Friday the 13th (2001) … Emily (voice)
The Good Sport/Crushed (2001) … Emily (voice)
 2006 Stick It
Joanne Charis
 2006 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Caitlin Emerson

The Vanishing (2006) … Caitlin Emerson
 2005/I Waiting…
Natasha
 2005 The Perfect Man
Amy Pearl
 2002-2005 American Dreams (TV Series)
Roxanne Bojarski

It’s My Life (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
No Satisfaction (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
California Dreamin’ (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
Commencement (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
Starting Over (2005) … Roxanne Bojarski
 2005 8 Simple Rules (TV Series)
Monica

The After Party (2005) … Monica
 1998-2001 Radio Active (TV Series)
Sarah Leigh

For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls (2001) … Sarah Leigh
Role Reversal (2001) … Sarah Leigh
Culture Shock (2001) … Sarah Leigh
No Trouble Atoll (2001) … Sarah Leigh
Commercial Chaos (2001) … Sarah Leigh
 2000 For Better or for Worse (TV Series)
Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’)

A Special Kind of Dad … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
Learning Curve … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
There Goes My Baby … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
Aaargh!! … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
Family Lies … Elizabeth Patterson (segment ‘The Growing Years’) (voice)
 1999-2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? (TV Series)
Vange

The Tale of the Night Nurse (2000) … Vange
The Tale of Many Faces (2000) … Vange
The Tale of the Laser Maze (2000) … Vange
The Tale of the Last Dance (2000) … Vange
The Tale of the Photo Finish (2000) … Vange
 2000 Ratz (TV Movie)
Marci Kornbalm
 2000 Caillou (TV Series)
Boy / Girl

I’m All Better (2000) … Boy / Girl (voice)
Getting the Message (2000) … Boy / Girl (voice)
Caillou’s Neighbourhood … Boy / Girl (voice)
 1997-1999 The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures (TV Series)
Various

Three Mice and You’re Out (1999) … Various (voice, uncredited)
Panama Mice (1999) … Various (voice, uncredited)
Adventure on the Orient Express! (1998) … Various (voice, uncredited)
The Mouse-o-Taur (1998) … Various (voice, uncredited)
Frisco Rumble (1998) … Various (voice, uncredited)
 1999 The Little Lulu Show (TV Series)
Annie

 1997 Lassie (TV Series)
Charity

The Manhunt … Charity

Soundtrack (2 credits)
 2011-2015 Glee (TV Series) (performer – 16 episodes)

Dreams Come True (2015) … (performer: “I Lived” – uncredited)
A Wedding (2015) … (performer: “I’m So Excited” – uncredited)
All or Nothing (2013) … (performer: “I Love It” – uncredited)
Girls (and Boys) on Film (2013) … (performer: “Diamonds Are A Girls’ Best Friend/ Material Girl”, “In Your Eyes “, “Footloose” – uncredited)
Sadie Hawkins (2013) … (performer: “Tell Him”, “Locked Out of Heaven” – uncredited)
 2002 American Dreams (TV Series) (performer: “My Boyfriend’s Back”)

Vanessa Lengies

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vanessa Lengies
Born (1985-07-21) July 21, 1985 (age 32)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress, dancer, singer
Years active 1996–present

Vanessa Lengies (born July 21, 1985[1]) is a Canadian actress, dancer and singer. She is known for starring in the drama American Dreams as Roxanne Bojarski. She appeared as Charge Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama HawthoRNe, and has appeared in the recurring role of Sugar Motta in the third, fourth, and sixth seasons of the Fox series Glee.

Early life[edit]

Born to a German father and an Egyptian mother in Montreal, Lengies grew up in Hudson, Quebec, where she graduated from Hudson High School in 2002.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Lengies got her start in Canadian television on shows such as Sponk!, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Radio Active, and Popular Mechanics for Kids. Her voice was lent to Emily on the PBS animated series Arthur. In 2000, she had the lead role in the Showtime film Ratz.

In 2002, she was cast as a series regular in the NBC comedy-drama American Dreams, playing teenager Roxanne Bojarski. The show was set in Philadelphia in the mid-1960s, and Roxanne becomes one of the dancers on the American Bandstand television show hosted by Dick Clark. The series ran for three seasons, with the final episode broadcast in March 2005.

In August 2005, she co-starred with Hilary Duff and Heather Locklear in the comedy The Perfect Man. She also plays a supporting role as the jailbait hostess, Natasha, in the 2005 American film Waiting…,[2] and reprised the role in the film’s 2009 sequel, Still Waiting…. In 2006, she co-starred with Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym as a gymnast in the film Stick It.

For The Grudge 2, the role of Vanessa was originally written for Lengies, who eventually turned it down to film My Suicide; the part still bears her name. She has also appeared in CBS show Ghost Whisperer in an episode titled “The Vanishing” and the NBC show Medium in the episode “Apocalypse… Now?”. She made another appearance in an episode of the short-lived CBS show Moonlight.

Lengies was seen as Sophia in the Lifetime original drama series Monarch Cove. She also co-starred in the ABC online comedy, Squeegees.[2]

She appeared as Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama Hawthorne from 2009 through 2011. The role was a recurring one for the first season, and Lengies became a series regular for the following two seasons. The show, which ran for three seasons of ten episodes starting each June, was not renewed for a fourth summer.[3] She appeared in the role of Loco Uno in an online mockumentary and sitcom called MyMusic.[citation needed]

She was cast as Kacey, a bubbly cocktail waitress, in the sitcom Mixology. However, ABC canceled Mixology after only one season.[4] Originally cast in a guest role, Lengies was upped to a main cast role on FOX’s 2016 drama Second Chance (earlier titled Lookinglass).[5]

Glee[edit]

In August 2011, Lengies was cast in the recurring role of Sugar Motta for the third season of Glee. Sugar, who is well-off, self-confident, and has a tin ear, first appeared in the season premiere on September 20, 2011.[6][7] Since then, Sugar’s singing has greatly improved, and she now performs with the main glee club, New Directions; she had her first solo line in the season’s tenth episode, “Yes/No“.[8] In 2013, Lengies visited her old high school, Hudson High School (now Westwood Senior High School) to see how much it had changed, and to speak to the Student Life and Drama students about her journey of how she got to be on the hit TV show Glee.

According to Lengies, Sugar’s self-diagnosed Aspergers is part of her character. She said that it was difficult to sing poorly on purpose, especially with piano accompaniment.[9] Sugar’s debut was praised by Salon‘s Matt Zoller Seitz, who said of the new addition to McKinley, “She’s awful. She’s also an entitled little snot… She’s a great character, and I hope we haven’t seen the last of her.”[10] Entertainment Weekly‘s Abby West praised Sugar, and with Sue otherwise occupied hoped to see more of Sugar as “a thorn in the Glee club’s side.”[11] On the other hand, TV Guide “jeered” Sugar, calling her “an off-key addition to the cast”.[12] The A.V. Club‘s Todd VanDerWerff concurred, and said of “I Am Unicorn”, “Sugar continues to be one of my least favorite new characters in ages”.[13] The Huffington Post named Sugar Motta one of the “Worst TV Characters” in 2012.[14] Respers France was entirely unimpressed with the routine. For her, Sugar’s scene following it was one of the episode’s few highlights, although she described Sugar as having “a horrible voice”.[15]

Following the end of the fourth season, Lengies announced her departure from Glee, citing frustration with not having the opportunity to act as she was hired per episode,[16] though she did return for an appearance in the sixth season.

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Waiting… Natasha
2005 The Perfect Man Amy Pearl
2006 The Substance of Things Hoped For Daphne
2006 Stick It Joanne Charis
2008 Foreign Exchange Robyn Lead role
2008 Extreme Movie Carla
2009 Archie’s Final Project Mallory
2009 Still Waiting… Natasha
2015 We Are Your Friends Mel
2016 Happy Birthday Katie Elizondo
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1995–96 The Little Lulu Show Annie Inch Voice role
1996–2006 Arthur Emily Voice role
1997 Lassie Charity Episode: “The Manhunt”
1998 Radio Active Sarah Leigh Main role
1998 Caillou Boy/Girl Voice role
1999–2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Vange Main role
1999–2001 Popular Mechanics for Kids Herself Host
2000 For Better or For Worse Elizabeth Patterson Main role
2000 Ratz Marci Kornbalm TV film; Main role
Nominated — Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress
2002–05 American Dreams Roxanne Bojarski Main Role
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress
Nominated — Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Sidekick
2005 8 Simple Rules Monica Episode: “The After Party
2006 Ghost Whisperer Caitlin Emerson Episode: “The Vanishing
2006 Monarch Cove Sophia Preston Main role
2006 Split Decision Ashley TV film
2007 Moonlight Leni Hayes Episode: “Fever
2007 The Cleaner Lolly Episode: “Rag Dolls
2007 Untitled David Kohan/Max Mutchnick TV Project Tessa TV film
2008 Squeegees Annie Hackett TV film
2009 Medium Zoey Lehman Episode: “Apocalypse… Now?
2009–11 Hawthorne Kelly Epson Recurring role (Season 1); main role (Seasons 2–3); 29 episodes
2010 Accidentally on Purpose Tracy Episode: “Back to School
2010 CSI: Miami Shea Williamson Episode: “Reality Skills
2010 Rules of Engagement Julia Episode: “Refusing to Budget
2011 Castle Eliza Winter Episode: “Poof! You’re Dead
2011–13, 2015 Glee Sugar Motta Recurring role (Seasons 3–4, 6); 26 episodes
Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
2012–13 MyMusic Loco Uno Recurring role (Season 1); 7 episodes
2014 Mixology Kacey Main role
2015 Resident Advisors Marissa Recurring role; 4 episodes
2016 Second Chance Alexa Main role
2016 – 17 Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Kordi Freemaker Main role

Awards and nomination[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2001 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress Ratz Nominated
2003 Young Artist Awards Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) American Dreams Nominated
2004 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Sidekick Nominated
2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Glee Nominated

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart
positions
US CAN UK ARIA
2011 Candyman 158
Survivor/I Will Survive 51[17] 47[18] 97 78
2012 Cell Block Tango 175
“—” denotes releases that did not chart

Vanessa Lengies

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vanessa Lengies
Born (1985-07-21) July 21, 1985 (age 32)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress, dancer, singer
Years active 1996–present

Vanessa Lengies (born July 21, 1985[1]) is a Canadian actress, dancer and singer. She is known for starring in the drama American Dreams as Roxanne Bojarski. She appeared as Charge Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama HawthoRNe, and has appeared in the recurring role of Sugar Motta in the third, fourth, and sixth seasons of the Fox series Glee.

Early life[edit]

Born to a German father and an Egyptian mother in Montreal, Lengies grew up in Hudson, Quebec, where she graduated from Hudson High School in 2002.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Lengies got her start in Canadian television on shows such as Sponk!, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Radio Active, and Popular Mechanics for Kids. Her voice was lent to Emily on the PBS animated series Arthur. In 2000, she had the lead role in the Showtime film Ratz.

In 2002, she was cast as a series regular in the NBC comedy-drama American Dreams, playing teenager Roxanne Bojarski. The show was set in Philadelphia in the mid-1960s, and Roxanne becomes one of the dancers on the American Bandstand television show hosted by Dick Clark. The series ran for three seasons, with the final episode broadcast in March 2005.

In August 2005, she co-starred with Hilary Duff and Heather Locklear in the comedy The Perfect Man. She also plays a supporting role as the jailbait hostess, Natasha, in the 2005 American film Waiting…,[2] and reprised the role in the film’s 2009 sequel, Still Waiting…. In 2006, she co-starred with Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym as a gymnast in the film Stick It.

For The Grudge 2, the role of Vanessa was originally written for Lengies, who eventually turned it down to film My Suicide; the part still bears her name. She has also appeared in CBS show Ghost Whisperer in an episode titled “The Vanishing” and the NBC show Medium in the episode “Apocalypse… Now?”. She made another appearance in an episode of the short-lived CBS show Moonlight.

Lengies was seen as Sophia in the Lifetime original drama series Monarch Cove. She also co-starred in the ABC online comedy, Squeegees.[2]

She appeared as Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama Hawthorne from 2009 through 2011. The role was a recurring one for the first season, and Lengies became a series regular for the following two seasons. The show, which ran for three seasons of ten episodes starting each June, was not renewed for a fourth summer.[3] She appeared in the role of Loco Uno in an online mockumentary and sitcom called MyMusic.[citation needed]

She was cast as Kacey, a bubbly cocktail waitress, in the sitcom Mixology. However, ABC canceled Mixology after only one season.[4] Originally cast in a guest role, Lengies was upped to a main cast role on FOX’s 2016 drama Second Chance (earlier titled Lookinglass).[5]

Glee[edit]

In August 2011, Lengies was cast in the recurring role of Sugar Motta for the third season of Glee. Sugar, who is well-off, self-confident, and has a tin ear, first appeared in the season premiere on September 20, 2011.[6][7] Since then, Sugar’s singing has greatly improved, and she now performs with the main glee club, New Directions; she had her first solo line in the season’s tenth episode, “Yes/No“.[8] In 2013, Lengies visited her old high school, Hudson High School (now Westwood Senior High School) to see how much it had changed, and to speak to the Student Life and Drama students about her journey of how she got to be on the hit TV show Glee.

According to Lengies, Sugar’s self-diagnosed Aspergers is part of her character. She said that it was difficult to sing poorly on purpose, especially with piano accompaniment.[9] Sugar’s debut was praised by Salon‘s Matt Zoller Seitz, who said of the new addition to McKinley, “She’s awful. She’s also an entitled little snot… She’s a great character, and I hope we haven’t seen the last of her.”[10] Entertainment Weekly‘s Abby West praised Sugar, and with Sue otherwise occupied hoped to see more of Sugar as “a thorn in the Glee club’s side.”[11] On the other hand, TV Guide “jeered” Sugar, calling her “an off-key addition to the cast”.[12] The A.V. Club‘s Todd VanDerWerff concurred, and said of “I Am Unicorn”, “Sugar continues to be one of my least favorite new characters in ages”.[13] The Huffington Post named Sugar Motta one of the “Worst TV Characters” in 2012.[14] Respers France was entirely unimpressed with the routine. For her, Sugar’s scene following it was one of the episode’s few highlights, although she described Sugar as having “a horrible voice”.[15]

Following the end of the fourth season, Lengies announced her departure from Glee, citing frustration with not having the opportunity to act as she was hired per episode,[16] though she did return for an appearance in the sixth season.

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Waiting… Natasha
2005 The Perfect Man Amy Pearl
2006 The Substance of Things Hoped For Daphne
2006 Stick It Joanne Charis
2008 Foreign Exchange Robyn Lead role
2008 Extreme Movie Carla
2009 Archie’s Final Project Mallory
2009 Still Waiting… Natasha
2015 We Are Your Friends Mel
2016 Happy Birthday Katie Elizondo
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1995–96 The Little Lulu Show Annie Inch Voice role
1996–2006 Arthur Emily Voice role
1997 Lassie Charity Episode: “The Manhunt”
1998 Radio Active Sarah Leigh Main role
1998 Caillou Boy/Girl Voice role
1999–2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Vange Main role
1999–2001 Popular Mechanics for Kids Herself Host
2000 For Better or For Worse Elizabeth Patterson Main role
2000 Ratz Marci Kornbalm TV film; Main role
Nominated — Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress
2002–05 American Dreams Roxanne Bojarski Main Role
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress
Nominated — Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Sidekick
2005 8 Simple Rules Monica Episode: “The After Party
2006 Ghost Whisperer Caitlin Emerson Episode: “The Vanishing
2006 Monarch Cove Sophia Preston Main role
2006 Split Decision Ashley TV film
2007 Moonlight Leni Hayes Episode: “Fever
2007 The Cleaner Lolly Episode: “Rag Dolls
2007 Untitled David Kohan/Max Mutchnick TV Project Tessa TV film
2008 Squeegees Annie Hackett TV film
2009 Medium Zoey Lehman Episode: “Apocalypse… Now?
2009–11 Hawthorne Kelly Epson Recurring role (Season 1); main role (Seasons 2–3); 29 episodes
2010 Accidentally on Purpose Tracy Episode: “Back to School
2010 CSI: Miami Shea Williamson Episode: “Reality Skills
2010 Rules of Engagement Julia Episode: “Refusing to Budget
2011 Castle Eliza Winter Episode: “Poof! You’re Dead
2011–13, 2015 Glee Sugar Motta Recurring role (Seasons 3–4, 6); 26 episodes
Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
2012–13 MyMusic Loco Uno Recurring role (Season 1); 7 episodes
2014 Mixology Kacey Main role
2015 Resident Advisors Marissa Recurring role; 4 episodes
2016 Second Chance Alexa Main role
2016 Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Kordi Freemaker Main role

2017

Awards and nomination[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2001 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress Ratz Nominated
2003 Young Artist Awards Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) American Dreams Nominated
2004 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Sidekick Nominated
2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Glee Nominated

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart
positions
US CAN UK ARIA
2011 Candyman 158
Survivor/I Will Survive 51[17] 47[18] 97 78
2012 Cell Block Tango 175
“—” denotes releases that did not chart

Vanessa Lengies

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Vanessa Lengies

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Vanessa Lengies
Born (1985-07-21) July 21, 1985 (age 31)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress, dancer, singer
Years active 1996–present

Vanessa Lengies (born July 21, 1985[1]) is a Canadian actress, dancer and singer. She is known for starring in the drama American Dreams as Roxanne Bojarski. She appeared as Charge Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama HawthoRNe, and has appeared in the recurring role of Sugar Motta in the third, fourth, and sixth seasons of the Fox series Glee.

Early life[edit]

Born to a German father and an Egyptian mother, Lengies grew up in a little town called Hudson, Quebec. There she graduated from Hudson High School in 2002.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Lengies got her start in Canadian television on shows such as Sponk!, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Radio Active, and Popular Mechanics for Kids. Her voice was lent to Emily on the PBS animated series Arthur. In 2000, she had the lead role in the Showtime film Ratz.

In 2002, she was cast as a series regular in the NBC comedy-drama American Dreams, playing teenager Roxanne Bojarski. The show was set in Philadelphia in the mid-1960s, and Roxanne becomes one of the dancers on the American Bandstand television show hosted by Dick Clark. The series ran for three seasons, with the final episode broadcast in March 2005.

In August 2005, she co-starred with Hilary Duff and Heather Locklear in the comedy The Perfect Man. She also plays a supporting role as the jailbait hostess, Natasha, in the 2005 American film Waiting…,[2] and reprised the role in the film’s 2009 sequel, Still Waiting…. In 2006, she co-starred with Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym as a gymnast in the film Stick It.

For The Grudge 2, the role of Vanessa was originally written for Lengies, who eventually turned it down to film My Suicide; the part still bears her name. She has also appeared in CBS show Ghost Whisperer in an episode titled “The Vanishing” and the NBC show Medium in the episode “Apocalypse… Now?”. She made another appearance in an episode of the short-lived CBS show Moonlight.

Lengies was seen as Sophia in the Lifetime original drama series Monarch Cove. She also co-starred in the ABC online comedy, Squeegees.[2]

She appeared as Nurse Kelly Epson on the TNT medical drama Hawthorne from 2009 through 2011. The role was a recurring one for the first season, and Lengies became a series regular for the following two seasons. The show, which ran for three seasons of ten episodes starting each June, was not renewed for a fourth summer.[3] She appeared in the role of Loco Uno in an online mockumentary and sitcom called MyMusic.[citation needed]

She was cast as Kacey, a bubbly cocktail waitress, in the sitcom Mixology. However, ABC canceled Mixology after only one season.[4] Originally cast in a guest role, Lengies was upped to a main cast role on FOX’s 2016 drama Second Chance (earlier titled Lookinglass).[5]

Glee[edit]

In August 2011, Lengies was cast in the recurring role of Sugar Motta for the third season of Glee. Sugar, who is well-off, self-confident, and has a tin ear, first appeared in the season premiere on September 20, 2011.[6][7] Since then, Sugar’s singing has greatly improved, and she now performs with the main glee club, New Directions; she had her first solo line in the season’s tenth episode, “Yes/No“.[8] In 2013, Lengies visited her old high school, Hudson High School (now Westwood Senior High School) to see how much it had changed, and to speak to the Student Life and Drama students about her journey of how she got to be on the hit TV show Glee.

According to Lengies, Sugar’s self-diagnosed Aspergers is part of her character. She said that it was difficult to sing poorly on purpose, especially with piano accompaniment.[9] Sugar’s debut was praised by Salon‘s Matt Zoller Seitz, who said of the new addition to McKinley, “She’s awful. She’s also an entitled little snot… She’s a great character, and I hope we haven’t seen the last of her.”[10] Entertainment Weekly‘s Abby West praised Sugar, and with Sue otherwise occupied hoped to see more of Sugar as “a thorn in the Glee club’s side.”[11] On the other hand, TV Guide “jeered” Sugar, calling her “an off-key addition to the cast”.[12] The A.V. Club‘s Todd VanDerWerff concurred, and said of “I Am Unicorn”, “Sugar continues to be one of my least favorite new characters in ages”.[13] The Huffington Post named Sugar Motta one of the “Worst TV Characters” in 2012.[14] Respers France was entirely unimpressed with the routine. For her, Sugar’s scene following it was one of the episode’s few highlights, although she described Sugar as having “a horrible voice”.[15]

Following the end of the fourth season, Lengies announced her departure from Glee, citing frustration with not having the opportunity to act as she was hired per episode,[16] though she did return for an appearance in the sixth season.

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Waiting… Natasha
2005 The Perfect Man Amy Pearl
2006 The Substance of Things Hoped For Daphne
2006 Stick It Joanne Charis
2008 Foreign Exchange Robyn Lead role
2008 Extreme Movie Carla
2009 Archie’s Final Project Mallory
2009 Still Waiting… Natasha
2015 We Are Your Friends Mel
2016 Happy Birthday Katie Elizondo
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1995–96 The Little Lulu Show Annie Inch Voice role
1996–2006 Arthur Emily Voice role
1997 Lassie Charity Episode: “The Manhunt”
1998 Radio Active Sarah Leigh Main role
1998 Caillou Boy/Girl Voice role
1999–2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Vange Main role
2000 For Better or For Worse Elizabeth Patterson Main role
2000 Ratz Marci Kornbalm TV film; Main role
Nominated — Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress
2002–05 American Dreams Roxanne Bojarski Main Role
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama)
Nominated — Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress
Nominated — Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Sidekick
2005 8 Simple Rules Monica Episode: “The After Party
2006 Ghost Whisperer Caitlin Emerson Episode: “The Vanishing
2006 Monarch Cove Sophia Preston Main role
2006 Split Decision Ashley TV film
2007 Moonlight Leni Hayes Episode: “Fever
2007 The Cleaner Lolly Episode: “Rag Dolls
2007 Untitled David Kohan/Max Mutchnick TV Project Tessa TV film
2008 Squeegees Annie Hackett TV film
2009 Medium Zoey Lehman Episode: “Apocalypse… Now?
2009–11 Hawthorne Kelly Epson Recurring role (Season 1); main role (Seasons 2–3); 29 episodes
2010 Accidentally on Purpose Tracy Episode: “Back to School
2010 CSI: Miami Shea Williamson Episode: “Reality Skills
2010 Rules of Engagement Julia Episode: “Refusing to Budget
2011 Castle Eliza Winter Episode: “Poof! You’re Dead
2011–13, 2015 Glee Sugar Motta Recurring role (Seasons 3–4, 6); 26 episodes
Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
2012–13 MyMusic Loco Uno Recurring role (Season 1); 7 episodes
2014 Mixology Kacey Main role
2015 Resident Advisors Marissa Recurring role; 4 episodes
2016 Second Chance Alexa Main role
2016 Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures Kordi Freemaker Main role

Awards and nomination[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2001 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) – Leading Young Actress Ratz Nominated
2003 Young Artist Awards Best Ensemble in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) American Dreams Nominated
2004 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actress Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Sidekick Nominated
2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Glee Nominated

Discography[edit]

Main article: Glee discography

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart
positions
US CAN UK ARIA
2011 Candyman 158
Survivor/I Will Survive 51[17] 47[18] 97 78
2012 Cell Block Tango 175
“—” denotes releases that did not chart