Katheryn Winnick(Actress Vikings 2013-2016)

Katheryn Winnick (born December 17, 1977) is a Canadian film and television actress best known for her roles in Amusement (2008), TV series Bones (2010), A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III (2012) and Vikings (2013). In 2013 she appeared in the comedy film The Art of the Steal with Kurt Russell and Matt Dillon.
Life and career
Winnick was born in Etobicoke, Ontario and is of Ukrainian descent. She spoke Ukrainian as her first language and did not begin speaking English until she was age 8. Winnick began training in martial arts at age 7 and obtained her first black belt at 13. By age 21, she had started three martial arts schools.
Winnick has appeared in many films including Fisher Stevens' Stand Up Guys, Tom Dey's Failure to Launch, Ed Zwick's Love and Other Drugs and Robert Luketic's Killers. She has also guest starred in numerous television shows, most notably House M.D. ("One Day, One Room"), The Glades, Bones, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, CSI, CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds and Nikita. In her role on the Fox drama Bones, she portrays Hannah Burley, a war correspondent who had been posted to cover the War in Afghanistan and eventually becomes a love interest for main character Seeley Booth.
Winnick starred with Paul Giamatti in the dramatic comedy Cold Souls, which had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2009.
In 2011, Winnick was cast in a guest role on The CW's sophomore spy drama Nikita in which she plays Kelly, a tough ex-partner of Nikita.
In 2013, Winnick starred as Charlie Sheen's ex-girlfriend in Roman Coppola's A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III and appeared as Kurt Russell's girlfriend, Lola, in the comedy The Art of the Steal. She also joined History Channel's Vikings in the role of Lagertha, a legendary figure in Viking history.
Year     Title     Role     Notes
2001     Biohazardous     Jennifer    
2002     Smoking Herb     Marcia    
2002     The It Factor     Herself    
2002     Fabled     Liz    
2002     Daddy's Little Girl         Short
2002     Two Weeks Notice     Tiffany    
2003     What Alice Found     Julie    
2004     50 First Dates     Young Woman    
2004     Satan's Little Helper     Jenna Whooly    
2004     Going the Distance     Trish    
2004     Our Time is Up     Waif     Short
2005     Trump Unauthorized     Ivana Trump     TV movie
2005     Hellraiser: Hellworld     Chelsea    
2006     13 Graves     Amy     TV movie
2006     Cloud 9     Olga    
2006     Kiss Me Again     Chalice    
2006     Failure to Launch     Melissa    
2007     Tipping Point     Nina Patterson     TV movie
2007     Law Dogs     Lisa Bennett     TV movie
2007     When Nietzsche Wept     Lou Salome    
2008     Amusement     Tabitha    
2009     Cold Souls     Sveta    
2010     Tranced     Cleo    
2010     Night and Day     July     Short
2010     Radio Free Albemuth     Rachel Brady    
2010     Choose     Fiona Wagner    
2010     Killers     Vivian    
2010     Love & Other Drugs     'Lisa'    
2011     Bad $#*! Crazy     Girlfriend    
2012     Children of the Air     Samantha Thomas     Short
2012     Stand Up Guys     Oxana    
2012     A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III     Ivana    
2013     The Art of the Steal     Lola    
Year     Title     Role     Notes
1999     PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal         Episode: "Sacrifices"
1999     Student Bodies     Holly Benson     5 episodes
2000     Relic Hunter     Roselyn     Episode: "Nine Lives"
2001     Screech Owls     Brianna Styles     Episode: "Face Off"
2002     Tracker     Laura     2 episodes
2002     Law & Order: Criminal Intent     Karyn Bennett     Episode: "Seizure"
2003     Oz     Liesel Robson     Episode: "4giveness"
2003     Wild Card     Kendall     Episode: "Hell Week"
2003     10-8: Officers on Duty     Lucy Johnson     Episode: "Lucy in the Sky"
2004     CSI: Miami     Nicole Harjo     Episode: "Rap Sheet"
2004     1-800-Missing     Julie Snyder     Episode: "In the Midnight Hour"
2005     CSI: NY     Lisa Kay     Episode: "Corporate Warriors"
2006     Criminal Minds     Maggie Lowe     Episode: "Somebody’s Watching"
2007     House     Eve     Episode: "One Day, One Room"
2008     Law & Order: Criminal Intent     Carrie Conlon     Episode: "Faithfully"
2008     Law & Order     Sarah Shipley     Episode: "Excalibur"
2009     CSI: Crime Scene Investigation     Maureen Martin     Episode: "One to Go"
2010     The Gates     Kat Russo     Episode: "Identity Crisis"
2010     Bones     Hannah Burley     7 episodes
2011     The Glades     Valerie Dorman     Episode: "Lost and Found"
2011     Nikita     Kelly     Episode: "Partners"
2012     Transporter: The Series     Darcy Daniels     Episode: "Hot Ice"
2013 – present     Vikings     Lagertha     10 episodes

Jaime Murray(Actress Definance 2013)

Jaime Murray (born 21 July 1977) is an English actress, best known for playing Stacie Monroe in the BBC television series Hustle (2004–2007; 2012) and Lila West in season two of the Showtime television series Dexter (2007). She is also known for her recurring roles as Gaia in Starz' Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (2011) and as Olivia Charles in The CW's Ringer (2011–2012). She is currently appearing as Stahma Tarr in the Syfy series Defiance and Helena G. Wells in Warehouse 13.
Early life and education
Murray was born in London, England, to Elaine and Billy Murray. She was named after Lindsay Wagner's character Jaime Sommers in The Bionic Woman. Just before taking her A Levels, Murray was diagnosed with dyslexia. She briefly studied philosophy and psychology at the London School of Economics, but dropped out to train at the Drama Centre London, graduating in 2000.[citation needed]
Murray's first taste of stardom was miming the lyrics in the 1996 original video of Stretch & Vern's dance track "I'm Alive" Some of her early television appearances included minor guest roles in BBC One's Casualty, The Bill, Love Soup, and ShakespeaRe-Told: The Taming of the Shrew.
Murray starred as Stacie Monroe in Hustle from series 1 until series 4. In one episode of Hustle, Murray so impressed her co-star Robert Vaughn with her modeling of a Wonder Woman costume that, according to several online sources, he showed it to studio executives in Hollywood; on the strength of this, Murray was invited to audition for the part of Wonder Woman in the upcoming Wonder Woman movie.
Relocating to Los Angeles, California, Murray starred in Dexter as Lila Tourney, Dexter Morgan's Narcotics Anonymous sponsor and the main antagonist in Season 2. Dexter has an affair with her, leading to his breakup with his girlfriend Rita Bennett, but he soon realizes that Lila is in fact a sociopath who hangs out in support groups in an attempt to vicariously experience emotions in a safe environment by closely observing them in recovering addicts. She immediately sees through Dexter's "mask" and becomes obsessed with him, believing him to be her soulmate.
In mid-2008, Murray joined the cast of The CW's Valentine playing the lead character, Grace Valentine.The show began airing in October 2008, but was cancelled by the end of the month.
Murray starred in another CW show, The Beautiful Life: TBL (also known as The Beautiful Life), an American television drama series which ran from 16 to 23 September 2009. Murray was cast to play a powerful wardrobe stylist and resident cougar who has her eyes on Isaac (Corbin Bleu).
Murray finished shooting Possessions, in 2010, and is currently shooting The Rapture.She starred in the film The Devil's Playground (2010) directed by Mark McQueen and then appeared as Helena G. Wells on the Syfy's series, Warehouse 13. Murray's portrayal of Helena G. Wells received critical praise. Her portrayal was described as "saucy","superb" as able to "anchor a series" and "endlessly fascinating" Her absence as the villain in the Season 3 Christmas episode The Greatest Gift was bemoaned with the lamentation "she would have done it better" Murray was nominated for a 2012 Portal Award for her portrayal of Helena G. Wells on Warehouse
Murray has also had a guest appearance the Fox show The Finder (now cancelled), where she played a drug coordinator.
Murray starred in the Starz miniseries Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, as Gaia, a longtime friend of Lucretia.
Murray had an interesting appearance on the Partially examined life philosophy podcast, playing a part in Sarte's "No Exit", together with Lucy Lawless and Mark Linsenmayer.
She is currently cast in a new Syfy series Defiance, which premiered in April 2013
Murray modelled clothing in television advertisements for Debenhams department store.Murray is signed to Models 1 in London. She has also appeared in men's magazines such as GQ, Mayfair, and FHM, as well as women's magazines such as Hello!, Cosmopolitan, and OK!.[22]
Films Year     Title     Role     Notes
2005     Animal     Saleswoman    
2007     Demons     Rebecca     TV film
The Deaths of Ian Stone     Medea    
Botched     Anna    
2010     The Rapture     Fiona    
Devil's Playground     Lavinia    
2011     Samuel Bleak     Vivian Bleak    
2012     Possessions     Chloe    
2013     Fright Night 2: New Blood     Gerri Dandridge    
Television Year     Title     Role     Notes
2001     The Bill     Tania Matthews     Episode: "A Pound of Flesh"
2002     Casualty     Sonia Guzman     Episode: "Thicker Than Water"
2002     The Bill     Melanie     Recurring character (3 episodes)
2003     Keen Eddie     Kiki     Episode: "Pilot (a.k.a. Eddie)"
2004     Doctors and Nurses     Bella Olazabal     Episode: "Bella Bella"
2005     Love Soup     Natalie Brown     Episode: "Death And Nurses"
ShakespeaRe-Told     Bianca Minola     Episode: "The Taming of The Shrew"
Agatha Christie's Poirot     Ruth Kettering     Episode: "The Mystery of the Blue Train"
2007     Dexter     Lila West     Main cast (10 episodes)
2009     The Mentalist     Nadia Sobell     Episode: "Carnelian, Inc."
Eli Stone     Diane Rundlet     Episode: "Flight Path"
NCIS     ICE Agent Julia Foster-Yates     Episode: "Semper Fidelis"
The Beautiful Life: TBL     Vivienne     Recurring character (5 episodes)
2008–2009     Valentine     Grace Valentine/Aphrodite     Main cast (8 episodes)
2010     Suite 7     Jessy     Episode: "Good in Bed"
2011     Spartacus: Gods of the Arena     Gaia     Recurring character (4 episodes)
2004–2007; 2012     Hustle     Stacie Monroe     Main cast (25 episodes)
2011–2012     Ringer     Olivia Charles     Recurring character (10 episodes)
2010–2014     Warehouse 13     Helena "H.G." Wells     Recurring character (14 episodes)
2012     The Finder     Amadea Denaris     Episode: "An Orphan Walks Into a Bar"
Jan     Andie     Recurring character (4 episodes)
Childrens Hospital     Kitty Black     Episode: "British Hospital"
2013     Defiance     Stahma Tarr     Main cast

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Tara Holt

Date of Birth     15 February 1988 , Newport Beach, California, USA
Height     5' 5" (1,65 m)
Tara Ashley Holt was born and raised in Newport Beach, California to parents Kristy and Steven Holt. She has two brothers, Trevor and Tyler and her sister Kelly. Tara began acting in drama classes and productions throughout elementary school and junior high. Her passion for acting soon got her accepted into one of the most prestigious art schools in the West: Orange County High School of the Arts (OCHSA), concentrating her round-the-clock studies on acting and drama courses. After graduating high school, Tara moved to Los Angeles and promptly began booking steady film, television, commercial, and print jobs. Continued dedication to developing her career allowed Tara to graduate top of her class at the Sanford Meisner Studio, where she trained to perfect her craft with uncommon discipline.
 Tara Holt attended Orange County High School of the Arts for the drama conservatory.
Los Angeles, CA [August 2010]