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Hannah John-Kamen

Hannah John-Kamen is an English actress born in Anlaby, East Yorkshire, England on September 7, 1989. She is best known for her roles in the shows Killjoys and Game of Thrones and for her roles in the films Ready Player One and Ant-Man and the Wasp. While in high school she trained at the National Youth Theatre in London and in 2012 graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama. In 2011 she made her debut on television in the show Misfits and continued landing roles in the shows Black Mirror, Whitechapel, The Midnight Beast, The Hour, Death in Paradise, Cucumber, Banana, Game of Thrones, Brave New World, Killjoys and more. She made her film debut in 2015 in the movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens and has since had roles in the films Tomb Raider, Ready Player One, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and SAS: Red Notice. She has also voiced characters in the video games Dark Souls and Dark Souls II.

Danai Gurira

Danai Gurira, born Danai Jekesai Gurira on the 14th of February 1978 in Iowa and is an American actress and playwright. Best known for writing the Tony Award winning play, Eclipsed she is also well known for portraying Michonne in The Walking Dead and more recently portraying Okoye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe hit film, Black Panther.

Outside of the above, she has worked in films such as Mother of George, a highly acclaimed film for which she was nominated for many accolades and All Eyez on Me, in which she played Afeni Shakur. In television he has held guest roles in Law & Order and American Experience and on stage she has written award winning plays such as, The Convert and Familiar.

Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams, now Wendy Joan Williams-Hunter was born on July the 18th 1964 in New Jersey and is an American radio personality, fashion designer, author, actor and television host. Williams is currently best known for being the host of The Wendy Williams Show since 2008.

As an actor, Williams worked on the film Think Like a Man, based off the book by Steve Harvey, starring the likes of Kevin Hart and Michael Early, she also had a role in the sequel, Think Like a Man Too. She has also worked in theatre with a role in Chicago as Matron Mama Morton. She has also worked on television shows such as 30 Rock, Drop Dead Diva, Belle’s and Nightcap.

Nicole Murphy

Nicole Murphy, born Nicole Mitchell on January the 5th 1968 in California, is an American designer, actress, businesswoman, television personality and fashion model.  Best known for her international modelling career, Murphy’s career began at the age of thirteen, by winning an international modelling contest and signing with a top agency, she found herself modelling for Ungaro, Yves St. Laurent, Valentino and Chanel.

Now known for participating in the reality television show Hollywood Exes, she I snow credited with having her own jewellery collection titled FLP Jewelery Design and is a successful business woman. As a actress she has appeared in Just Love, and has appeared as herself on Global Beauty Masters, The Contender, Big Morning Buzz Live and many other television shows.

Aarti Mann

Aarti Mann is an Indian-American actress born in Connecticut on March 3, 1978. She became well known as Priya Koothrappali on the popular CBS television show The Big Bang Theory. Mann attended New York University and earned a degree in film writing and directing. She moved to Los Angeles and started taking acting classes while there. In 2006 she made her debut in film in the movie The Memsahib, a film that her sister was making. She has also had roles in the films Today’s Special, Pox, The Monogamy Experiment, Danny Collins, I’ll See You in My Dreams, Love Sonia, and Sharon 1.2.3. Mann has been in several short films like Monsoon, The Punching Dummy, Ner Tamid, and Worker Drone. In 2008 she landed her debut role on television in the show Quarterlife and continued landing roles in shows like Heroes, The Young and the Restless, The Big Bang Theory, Leverage, Suits, Wendell & Vinnie, Scandal, NCIS: New Orleans, and Grey’s Anatomy.

Michelle Pfeiffer

Michelle Pfeiffer, born Michelle Marie Pfeiffer on April the 29th 1958 in California is an American actress and producer. Her debut leading film role came in 1982 with Grease two, after many small roles in both television and film, this part kicked off her career, leading to her award-winning role in Scarface. Her roles in the subsequent films, Love Field, The Fabulous Baker and Dangerous Liaisons left her with three Academy Award nominations.

With critical acclaim for her portrayal of Catwoman in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, and followed this up with more successful films such as What Lies beneath and White Oleander. Most recently she has gotten critical acclaim for her roles in 2017’s Mother! And Murder on the Orient Express.