Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Emily Allyn Barth

Date of Birth
6 April 1980, Columbia, Maryland, USA


5' 3" (1.60 m) 

Mini Biography
Emily Allyn Barth was born and raised in Columbia, Maryland, a planned community located between Baltimore and Washington. She began acting professionally before she turned 5, working in regional theatre, industrials, local commercials, and film. Her career blossomed from there as people saw and requested her for other projects. As an actor, she has performed all over the world, including at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, in the American production of "Ghetto" directed by Israeli playwright Joshua Sobol, and for President and Mrs. Clinton at The White House. She can be seen on "One Life to Live" on ABC as "Mary" the diner waitress. She graduated from Wesleyan University's acclaimed Film Studies program with a BA in 2001, completing the program in only 3 years. Emily, along with writer Ashley Minihan, produced the first New York reading of the new play,"Ophelia" in fall 2005. She began producing at Wesleyan, where she co-produced the award winning short narrative, "Getaway." She is currently co-producing "Bridge Ladies", a documentary, in association with Gloaming Pictures. Her work also includes producing two commercials with Ad Hoc Productions and Gloaming Pictures, as well as a full production of her own play, "Cabin 8" in Baltimore, Maryland. She currently lives in New York, with husband Jim Isler, who is a film and television editor and documentary filmmaker. She is proud to announce that her father, Andy Barth, is running for United States Congress to represent Maryland's 3rd District.
IMDb Mini Biography By: Pnut2spoon

Jim Isler (3 April 2004 - present)

Began acting professionally at age 5.
Is also a writer of young-adult fiction.
Earned a B.A. in Film Studies from Wesleyan University.


Jump to filmography as: Actress - TV, Actress, Writer
Actress - TV:
  • 2010s
  • 2000s
  1. "Chaos Theory" .... Michelle Dumas (21 episodes, 2009-2010)
        - Christmas and the Hard Luck Kid (2010) TV episode .... Michelle Dumas
        - Exposed (2010) TV episode .... Michelle Dumas
        - The Fallout (2010) TV episode .... Michelle Dumas
        - Fate: It's All Happening (2010) TV episode .... Michelle Dumas
        - Monica Dearest (2010) TV episode .... Michelle Dumas
          (16 more)
  2. "One Life to Live" (1968) TV series .... Mary the Diner Waitress (2004-present) (unknown episodes)
  3. "100 Centre Street" .... Pregnant Girl (1 episode, 2002)
        - It's About Love (2002) TV episode .... Pregnant Girl
  4. "The Education of Max Bickford" (2001) TV series .... Student (unknown episodes)
  • 2000s
  • 1990s
  1. Nigger (2004) .... Sandra/Prostitute
  2. Up to the Roof (2002) .... Club Girl
  3. Washington Square (1997) (uncredited) .... Party Guest
  1. "Chaos Theory" (24 episodes, 2009-2010)
        - Christmas and the Hard Luck Kid (2010) TV episode (writer)
        - Team Bonding (2010) TV episode (writer)
        - Exposed (2010) TV episode (writer)
        - The Fallout (2010) TV episode (writer)
        - Fate: It's All Happening (2010) TV episode (writer)
          (19 more)

Additional Details

Drama | Short See more »
Plot Keywords:
New York City | Number In Title | Sex | Widower See more » 

Elsa Pataky

Birthday: 18 July 1976, Madrid, Spain
Height: 5' 3½" (1.61 m)



Elsa Pataky grew up in Madrid and attended the Universidad de San Pablo CEU where she studied journalism and began to take an interest in acting. She joined Teatro Cámara de Ángel Gutiérrez, a theater company in Madrid, and left college when she was offered a role in the long-running Spanish TV series "Al salir de clase" (1997).

More Spanish TV roles followed, alongside a growing career in movies, first in Spain but increasingly internationally.

Elsa Pataky was born in Madrid, Spain,[1] the daughter of José Francisco Lafuente, a Spanish biochemist, and Cristina Pataky Medianu, a publicist of Romanian and Hungarian ancestry.[2][3] Pataky attended the CEU San Pablo University,[4] studying journalism and taking acting classes.
In addition to Spanish, she is fluent in English, Romanian, Italian, and French.[5]


Pataky was a member of the Madrid theatre company Teatro Cámara de Ángel Gutiérrez. Eventually, she left school when she was cast in the television series Al salir de clase.[2] Some of her subsequent films were co-productions with the UK and France, which introduced her to working in English and French. She was in the cast of the television series Queen of Swords (2000) as Señora Vera Hidalgo, trophy wife of Gaspar Hidalgo and mistress of Captain Grisham, credited in the opening titles but appearing in only 14 of the 22 episodes. She also had a recurring role in the television series Los Serrano, playing teacher Raquel, who fell in love with her student Marcos (Fran Perea).http://media.santabanta.com/gallery/global%20celebrities(f)/elsa%20pataky/elsa-pataky-19-e.jpg
Pataky has appeared in over 10 Spanish films and co-starred in the French film Iznogoud (2004). She was also on the cover of August 2006 issue of Maxim. She was cast in 2009 in the Mexican series Mujeres Asesinas as Paula Moncada in the episode "Ana y Paula, Ultrajadas". She also starred in the action noir film Give 'Em Hell, Malone and Dario Argento's Giallo. Pataky became the female face for the first collection of Time Force's jewelry line Ultimate Jewel, opposite soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo.[6] She played Officer Elena Neves in the movie Fast Five, with Dwayne Johnson as her partner. MTV Networks' NextMovie.com named her one of the Breakout Stars to Watch for in 2011.[7]

Personal life

Pataky began dating American actor Adrien Brody in 2006.[8] For Pataky's 31st birthday in July 2007, Brody purchased her a 19th-century castle in New York state. Pataky and Brody were featured at their New York home in a 35-page spread for HELLO! magazine in October 2008.[9] The pair broke up in 2009, and Pataky subsequently dated French actor Olivier Martinez that year.[10] She then began dating Australian actor Chris Hemsworth in early 2010, after meeting through their mutual representatives.[11] Pataky and Hemsworth married over the Christmas holidays in 2010.[12] Their daughter, India Rose Hemsworth, was born in May 2012 in London, United Kingdom.[13]
In September 2012, Pataky won €310,000 in Spain's supreme court against publishing group Ediciones Zeta that owns Interviu magazine which published topless photos of Pataky, in March 2007, taken with a long lens while she was changing clothes when posing topless, but with her hands covering her breasts, for photographs that were to appear in Elle magazine. The Zeta group said it would appeal the decision.[14]



Pataky at a presentation for Time Force watches in December 2007
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Solo en la buhardilla[15] Chica revista Short
2000 The Art of Dying [16] Candela
2000 Tatawo[16] Blanqui
2000 Less Is More [16] Diana
2001 Don't Tempt Me Waitress in Hell
2001 Twelfth Night[16] Marta Cuspineda
2002 Peor imposible ¿qué puede fallar?[16] Fátima
2003 Beyond Re-Animator Laura Olney
2003 El furgón[16] Nina
2003 Atraco a las 3... y media[16] Katya
2004 Romasanta: The Werewolf Hunt Barbara
2004 Tiovivo c. 1950 Balbina
2005 Iznogoud Prehti-Ouhman
2005 Arquitectura efímera deconstruida Vídeo 'Retorciendo palabras' Video
2005 Ninette Alajandra 'Ninette'
2006 Snakes on a Plane Maria
2007 Manuale d'amore 2[16] Cecilia
2008 Máncora Ximena Saavedra
2008 Skate or Die Dany
2008 Santos Laura Luna
2009 Giallo Celine
2009 Give 'Em Hell, Malone Evelyn
2010 Mr. Nice Ilza Kadegis
2010 Di Di Hollywood[16] Di Di
2011 La importancia de llamarse Enesto[17] Short
2011 Fast Five Elena Neves
2011 Where the Road Meets the Sun[18] Michelle
2011 Snowflake, the White Gorilla / Copito de nieve[16] Bruja del Norte
2012 All Things to All Men Sophia Peters
2012 The Wine of Summer Veronica Post-production
2013 Fast & Furious 6 Elena Neves


Year Title Role Notes
1997 Al salir de clase Raquel Alonso 192 Episodes
1998 Tio Willy 1 Episode
1998 La vida en el aire 13 Episodes
2000 Hospital Central Maribel 2 Episodes
2000 Queen of Swords Vera Hidalgo 14 Episodes
2002 Clara[citation needed] TV movie
2002 Paraíso Luisa 1 Episode: "El cebo"
2003 7 vidas Cristina 1 Episode: "La jaula de las locas"
2003 Los Serrano Raquel Albaladejo 11 Episodes
2005 Films to Keep You Awake: The Christmas Tale[19] Ekran TV movie
2009 Mujeres asesinas Paula Moncada 1 Episode: "Ana y Paula, ultrajadas"

Ellen Marlow

Birthday: 22 February 1994, Dallas, Texas, USA
Height: Height Not Available



Following regional theater appearances in Wizard of Oz, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Grease, Texas native Ellen Marlow moved to New York City at the age of eleven to create the lead role of Jemima Potts in the Broadway production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. In addition to making numerous public singing appearances in support of Chitty such as Broadway on Broadway and Broadway in Bryant Park, Ellen has also performed the National Anthem at various sporting events in Texas and New York. While in New York, Ellen also gained experience in front of the camera when she appeared as "Young Fiona" in the motion picture, Quid Pro Quo which will be released in 2007. At age 13, Ellen relocated to Los Angeles where she continues to develop her career in film, television, theater and music.

Ellen's first love is music and she appreciates a wide range of styles from hip-hop and rock to Broadway show tunes. In her spare time, Ellen enjoys spending time with her older brother J.R. and visiting family, friends and her beloved golden retriever Rudy back in Texas 

Ellen Taylor Marlow was born in Dallas, Texas. She moved to Austin, Texas at age 3 and became active in sports and cheerleading. Her love of performance and musical theatre in particular began during a family vacation to New York City at age 4.
Marlow's early education was in the Texas school system, but after beginning her formal acting career in Chitty, she alternated between private tutoring and the Burbank, California public school system as her acting career allowed until she formally signed with Quality Education by Design (QED), a homeschool educational consultancy.[1]
Ellen's first love is music and she appreciates a wide range of styles from hip-hop and hard rock to Broadway show tunes. Ellen enjoys collaborating with her older brother J.R. who is an accomplished musician, composer and choreographer. In her spare time, Ellen loves to travel and often returns to her home state of Texas to visit family and friends.
She now lives in the Los Angeles area, but frequently returns to New York City for various projects.


Ellen Marlow portrayed the role of Claire Lyons in the Warner Premiere movie The Clique based on the New York Time’s best selling book by Lisi Harrison that was released in fall of 2008.
Ellen originated the lead role of Jemima Potts in the Broadway production of the Tony-nominated musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (directed by Adrian Noble and co-starring Raúl Esparza and Philip Bosco). In dream-come-true fashion, she was chosen for the coveted role from among 3000 young hopefuls at an open casting call and, at the age of ten, moved to New York City, where she would also appear as Katarina in director Des McAnuff’s NY staged reading of the musical Zhivago.
Prior to Broadway, the Texas native was seen in regional theatre productions of Grease (as Sandy), Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Wizard of Oz.
In addition to making numerous public singing appearances in support of Chitty (including The Today Show), Ellen has performed the National Anthem at various sporting events in Texas and New York. On film, she played the young Fiona in Quid Pro Quo (directed by Carlos Brooks, starring Nick Stahl, Kate Burton and Vera Farmiga), which debuted to acclaim at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.[2]
Now at age 18, Marlow continues to develop her career in film, television, theater, and music. She has appeared in the Jerry Bruckheimer produced ABC pilot for The Forgotten starring Christian Slater as well as episodes of Cold Case, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Criminal Minds.


Year Film Role Notes
2008 The Clique Claire Lyons direct-to-video
2008 Quid Pro Quo Young Fiona 2008 Sundance Film Festival
2009 What We Became Sunshine Harris
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Cory in the House An "Up With Goodness Singer"
2008 Cold Case Laura Finch
2008 The Today Show Performer/Guest
2008 Criminal Minds Lindsay (episode Risky Business)
2009 The Forgotten Amy Benedict 1 episode
2010 Hannah Montana Felicia "Feli" Unders 1 episode

Ellary Porterfield

Birthday: 5 June 1989, Bend, Oregon, USA
Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m)



Ellary Porterfield was born June 5, 1989 in Bend, Oregon to Walt and Traci Porterfield. Ellary splits her time between Bend, which she declares "is the best place in the world to live" and Los Angeles, California. Ellary and her brother, Harlan, attend High School in Bend. Ellary was discovered at a talent competition in Los Angeles in 2001. Since then she has filmed 3 pilots for NBC and CBS and starred in a Dreamworks major motion picture, _The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio (2005)_. She recently booked a starring role on a new NBC Pilot, _Baraboo 2010 (2006)_. Ellary has enjoyed the rare
Ellary Porterfield was born in Bend, Oregon on June 5, 1989 to Walt and Traci Porterfield.[2] Porterfield was discovered at a talent competition in 2001 where she was doing an impression of her seventh grade teacher.[2]
She graduated from Duke University in 2011 with a major in International Studies. [3]


Porterfield has participated in three television pilots for both NBC and CBS.[2][4] Her most notable role was in the 2005 film The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio.[1]
She also starred in the CW teenage drama Hidden Palms as Liza Witter.[2]
Porterfield then took on a role in the 2008-released film Sugar, playing Anne Higgins, the Christian daughter in an Iowan family who is attracted to a minor-league baseball player from the Dominican Republic.[2]
She starred as Ki Swan on the webseries, Video Game High School.

Personal life

Porterfield is a vegetarian.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
2005 The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio Terry "Tuff" Ryan
2006 Sugar Anne Higgins
2009 A Liar and a Thief Molly Pierson Short
Year Title Role Notes
2003 Stuck in the Middle with You Lauren TV movie
2005 Untitled David Diamond/David Weissman Project Riley TV movie
2007 Hidden Palms Liza Witter 8 episodes
2012 NCIS: Los Angeles Navy Petty Officer Smalls 1 episode "Free Ride"
Web series
Year Title Role Notes
2012- Video Game High School Ki Swan 15 episodes

Elizabeth McNulty

Elizabeth Bienvenu McNulty (born January 24, 1982) is a former American beauty queen from Lafayette, Louisiana who competed in the Miss USA pageant in 2007.
McNulty won the Miss Louisiana USA 2007 title in a state pageant held in Lafayette on Sunday December 4, 2006.[1] She won the competition in her fourth attempt at the title, having placed second runner-up in the 2006 event, in the top fifteen in 2005, and in the top 10 in 2001. She was crowned by outgoing titleholder Christina Cuenca.
McNulty represented Louisiana in the nationally televised Miss USA 2007 pageant broadcast live from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 23, 2007 and placed in the top 15, 12th overall. Her sister titleholder is Logan Travis of Amite, Louisiana, Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2007.

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson (born July 3, 1979) is an American actress. Her big break came when she was cast as character Frankie Stone on the daytime drama All My Children. Her equally popular role of Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin, launched the character into iconic status as one half of supercouple Bianca Montgomery and Maggie Stone.[1][2]
Following her departure from All My Children, Hendrickson guest starred in several primetime shows. In 2008, she joined the cast of The Young and the Restless as fashion vixen Chloe Mitchell.

Early life

Elizabeth Hendrickson was born in New York City. Her family later moved to Northport, Long Island, and maintained a home there.[3] At an early age, Hendrickson showed an interest in the performing arts. "Artistic people have always surrounded me," she stated in an Q&A interview, citing her actor/artist family as her inspiration for wanting to become an actress. "Their talent and love for the arts continue to inspire me and always will."[4] Her cousin is documentary filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch. By age 5, Hendrickson was tap dancing on tabletops at family weddings.[4] As she aged, her love for performing deepened.
My first play was in fourth grade, Johnny Appleseed. By the time I was in sixth grade, I knew that I wanted to be an actress. My dream has always been to be on Broadway. In eighth grade, I was one of the six finalists for New York for The Mickey Mouse Club. But I goofed on my screen test. It was my first professional audition. I heard the advertisement on the radio and I dragged my mother there. My favorite performance was my role in The Music Man my senior year in High School. I played Minnie. I had so much fun playing the little pipsqueak, it was so me![4]
Hendrickson studied musical theatre at Syracuse University for two years before returning to New York.[3] She transferred to Fordham College in her sophomore year.[3]
She auditioned for the roles of Bianca Montgomery, Rain Wilkins and Pine Valley High cheerleader Mindy on the daytime drama All My Children, but others were cast in the parts.[3] She tried out as Guiding Light character Michelle Bauer Santos, a role that eventually went to actress Rebecca Budig.[3]


All My Children

In 2001, when All My Children head writer Richard Culliton wanted to set up a murder storyline, he created character Mary Frances Stone (referred to onscreen as "Frankie"). Hendrickson was cast in the part. Her character was set to be the lesbian girlfriend of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel) and be killed in 3 months. It was deemed unlikely that a homosexual pairing on a soap opera would be successful, but fan reaction to the Bianca and Frankie pairing was unprecedented.[5][6] Unfortunately, the Culliton murder storyline could not be rewritten, so Frankie was killed and Bianca's mother, Erica Kane (Susan Lucci), was seen standing over her corpse holding a gun.
This prompted uproar in the soap opera community,[5] and producers quickly thought up a way to bring the actress back to the show.[6] Rather than rewrite Frankie's murder, the writers created her identical twin sister, Mary Margaret Stone (better known as Maggie), in 2002. Maggie quickly became instrumental in solving her sister's murder.[6]
Storyline tension was created when it was revealed that unlike Frankie, character Maggie was not gay. This, however, did not stop Bianca and Maggie (fondly referred to in soap circles as BAM) fans from becoming very vocal about their support for the couple. After several heterosexual pairings involving Maggie did not work on the show, the writers began to develop a deepening relationship between the two characters. Eventually, Maggie kissed Bianca, moments before Bianca's lover, Lena Kundera (Olga Sosnovska), walked in.[7]
Bianca and Maggie became one of the most demanded couples in soap opera history.[8][9] Hendrickson subsequently gained a loyal lesbian following. In 2006, Lesbianation.com, self-proclaimed as the leading online community for lesbians, voted her on their top ten list of Women We Love.[10] The following year, Hendrickson again made the list.[11]
A popular role for Hendrickson, she portrayed Maggie until February 2005. Onscreen, Maggie exited Pine Valley with Bianca, traveling with her and her daughter, Miranda, to live in Paris. In late 2005, during Bianca's visit to Pine Valley, it was revealed that Maggie and Bianca had become lovers offscreen. In real life, Hendrickson and former castmate Eden Riegel have since separately moved to Los Angeles, and are pursuing other acting ventures. Riegel, however, did return to All My Children for a year, as part of a major storyline in late 2006, early 2007. Hendrickson returned again in January 2007 for a short 3-week stint. Her last airdate was February 7, 2007 when her character returned to Paris.[12]

Other roles

Since leaving All My Children, Hendrickson has earned guest starring roles in the television shows Medium, Cold Case, CSI: Miami and an uncredited role in Criminal Minds.[13] She was to guest star on an episode of Criminal Minds titled Doubt on April 25, 2007, in the role of Katie, but the episode was pulled in deference to the tragedy at Virginia Tech and similar subject matter. The episode became the Season 3 premiere instead.
Hendrickson has since signed on in the role of Chloe Mitchell, a fashionista who stirs up trouble on the daytime drama The Young and the Restless.[13][14] It was revealed on the August 29, 2008 episode that the character is actually Kate, daughter of Katherine Chancellor's maid, Esther Valentine.
Hendrickson is currently starring in the web series Imaginary Bitches with Riegel.


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Searching for Bobby D Denise TV movie
2006 That Guy 411 Partygoer Comedic short
2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Mandy Schumacher Episode: "Consent"
2006 Medium Mindy Episode: "Method to His Madness"
Cold Case Emma Elizabeth Vine - 1968 Episode: "Debut"
CSI: Miami Rebecca Roth Episode: "Going, Going, Gone"
2001–2007 All My Children Mary Frances "Frankie" Stone / Mary Margaret "Maggie" Stone Contract roles
2006–2007 Criminal Minds Various Episodes: "P911" & "Doubt"
2008-present The Young and the Restless Chloe Mitchell Contract role
Other work
unknown Tide Young wife TV commercial[15]
2009 McDonald's Girlfriend TV commercial[15]
Special K: Scary Girl TV commercial[16]
Bud Light: Language of Love Hot girl TV commercial[17]
Ford Fusion: Ice Girlfriend TV commercial[16]
Imaginary Bitches Lizzie Web series[18]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Work Result Ref
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches - (Daytime Entertainment) Imaginary Bitches Nominated
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series The Young and the Restless Nominated

Eliza Coupe

Birthday: 6 April 1981, New Hampshire, USA
Height: Height Not Available



Eliza grew up in Plymouth, New Hampshire and graduated from Plymouth Regional High School. She has suffered from dyslexia since childhood.

In 2003, she toured France playing a soldier in an all-female version of King Lear.

She married Randall Whittinghill an Acting Coach in L.A.

She performed as part of Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City along with Happy Endings

Coupe was born and raised in Plymouth, New Hampshire to parents Ernie and Kate.[2] She has two brothers, Sam and Thom.[3] Coupe attended Plymouth Regional High School in her hometown of Plymouth, New Hampshire and graduated in 1999. She is of French heritage.[4]
Coupe was active in her high school's award-winning theatre program. Her roles included Bonnie in Anything Goes and a Mundy sister in Dancing at Lughnasa. Coupe graduated from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). After college, Coupe studied in improvisational comedy at The Groundlings and ImprovOlympic. In 2003, Coupe toured France playing a soldier in an all-female version of King Lear. In November 2005, her one-woman sketch show The Patriots premiered at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and won her the breakout performer award at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen in March 2006.
In 2007, Coupe appeared in I Think I Love My Wife. She went on to appear in the short lived MTV series Short Circuitz and on the eighth episode of the first season of Flight of the Conchords, entitled "Girlfriends", as well as an episode of Unhitched. She was a series regular in HBO's 12 Miles of Bad Road and had a recurring role in Samantha Who?.
She had a recurring role as Dr. Denise "Jo" Mahoney on the eighth season of the TV series Scrubs and the companion web series Scrubs: Interns. She was made a regular in Scrubs' ninth season.[5]
In March 2009, Coupe was cast as Callie in the ABC pilot, No Heroics, an adaptation of the UK series of the same name. Coupe played the female lead in the independent film Shanghai Calling, filmed in Shanghai, China. Coupe also appeared in the 2011 movie What's Your Number? with Anna Faris and Chris Evans.
From April 2011 to May 2013, Coupe starred on the ABC ensemble comedy series Happy Endings alongside Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, Damon Wayans Jr. and Casey Wilson. Despite critical acclaim and a cult following, the show was cancelled by ABC after concluding its third season on May 3, 2013.

Personal life

Coupe has suffered from dyslexia and ADHD since childhood.[6]
Coupe was married to acting teacher and puppeteer Randall Whittinghill since 2007. They separated in early 2013, and in June, Whittinghill filed for a divorce.[7]


Year Film Role Other notes
2006 The Day the World Saved Shane Sawyer Allison
2007 I Think I Love My Wife Lisa
2010 Somewhere Hotel Room Neighbour
2011 What's Your Number? Sheila
2012 Shanghai Calling Amanda
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz Various 1 episode
Flight of the Conchords Lisa 1 episode
2008 Unhitched Julia 2 episodes
12 Miles of Bad Road Gaylor Shakespeare 6 episodes
Samantha Who Willow 2 episodes
2009 Royal Pains Katie 1 episode
2009–2010 Scrubs Denise Mahoney Recurring Season 8; Regular Season 9
2011 Community Special Agent Robin Vohlers 1 episode
2011–2013 Happy Endings Jane Kerkovich-Williams Series regular
2012 Happy Endings: Happy Rides Jane Kerkovich-Williams Web series

Elena Satine

Birthday: 24 November 1987, Tbilisi, USSR [now Republic of Georgia]
Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m)



Elena Satine received a Diploma of Specialist in Acting Art from the legendary Moscow Art Theater School, founded by Konstantin Stanislavski. She was born in Tbilisi, Georgia (former USSR), and raised on the Black Sea coast of the "Russian Riviera" (Sochi). She began her professional career at the tender age of 6 when she appeared on the popular childrens variety show "Utrennaya Zvezda" ("Morning Star"). At age 9, already a winner of numerous international awards, Elena became the youngest performer to headline at "Kinotavr"-International Film Festival. In 1998, on a spontaneous trip to New York City, the young actress attended an open call for at the Professional Performing Arts School, and got accepted on the spot. After graduating with honors at age 16, Elena continued her dramatic studies at the Moscow Art Theater School in Russia, as well as as doing several international fellowships at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England 


Satine's first role was in the independent feature Ripple Effect. She has since appeared on TV shows including Gemini Division, Cold Case, CW's Melrose Place, and an episode of Smallville (Season 10, Episode 9) where she acted as Mera, the wife of Aquaman.[1] She learned French and Hungarian for her role as Countess Elena Andrenyi in Murder on the Orient Express. Elena currently appears as Judi Silver in the Starz series Magic City.


Personal Life

Satine is engaged to The All-American Rejects frontman Tyson Ritter.[2]



Year Film Role Notes
2007 Ripple Effect Sophia
Holier Than Thou Ainka
2008 Bar Starz Starlet
2009 The Harsh Life of Veronica Lambert Penelope
Don't Look Up
Adventures in Online Dating Christine



Year Title Role Notes
2008 Gemini Division Nadia Training Day
Cold Case Nadia Koslov '89 Triple Threat
2009 Melrose Place Abby Douglas Vine
2010 Agatha Christie's Poirot Countess Andrenyi Murder on the Orient Express
Smallville Mera Patriot
2011 NCIS Adriana Gorgova Defiance
2012 Magic City Judi Silver

Edy Ganem

Edurne "Edy" Ganem is an American actress. She currently stars as Valentina Diaz in the Lifetime comedy-drama series Devious Maids

Life and career

Ganem was born in Modesto, California and raised in Mexico. She has Mexican and Lebanese heritage.[3] A Hollywood newcomer,[4] Ganem's prior television work includes The Cleveland Show and Rob.[5]
On Devious Maids, she plays the daughter and co-worker of Zoila Diaz (Judy Reyes) and love interest of Genevieve Delatour's (Susan Lucci's) son, Remi Delatour (Drew Van Acker).[6] The Diaz' both serve as maids to Delatours and the romance between Valentina and Remi is something that Zoila discourages.[7] She plays as a positive, open minded 19 year old.


Year Title Role Notes
2009 The Way to Happiness Andi Bali
2010 Las Angeles Conchita
2010 Roundabout Linda Short film
2010 The Loneliest Road in America Amarantha
2010 Black Limousine Delores
2011 Salvador Iris Short film
2011 Lucha Lucha Short film
2011 Sex/Absurd Kacie
2011 Laptop Jenny Mendez Short film
2011 Like Crazy Isabelle Uncredited
2011 The Ghostmaker Gina
2012 Unspoken Anna Short film
2012 Ojalá Young Olga Short film
2012 Lola's Love Shack Felicia
2012 Goodbye, I Love You Short film
2013 Violeta Carmen Short film
2014 After the Wedding Mariana Diaz
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Life, Love & Hollywood Model Episode: "Taking Risks"
2008 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Model Contestant Episode: "America's Next Top Paddy's Billboard Model Contest"
2008 Entourage Showroom Attendee / Customer Girl / Makeup Artist Episodes:
"Gotta Look Up to Get Down"
"First Class Jerk"
2008 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Go-Go Dancer Episode: "Let It Bleed"
2010–2011 Livin' Loud Herself 6 episodes
2012 The Cleveland Show Flora (voice) Episode: "Y Tu Junior Tambien"
2012 Rob Monica Episode: "Dad Comes to Visit"
2013–present Devious Maids Valentina Diaz Main role