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Contents• Early life and career [ ] Perkins was born in ,. As a child actress she was in three made-for-television films: , , and 's. In 1998, Perkins took a supporting role in the Canadian TV crime-drama series as Carmen in the episode "The Most Dangerous Time". She returned to the series in 2001 to take a recurring, supporting role as the prostitute Sue Lewis for a further 34 episodes, a role which earned her a for Best Supporting Performance in 2003. In 2000, Perkins starred in the film as Brigitte Fitzgerald. In 2004 she starred in two back-to-back films, a sequel titled , and a prequel titled. Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed is Perkins' largest role in a film. In 2004 the horror magazine awarded Perkins their Chainsaw Award for her work in GS2: Unleashed. Perkins had supporting roles in , , and a small role as a receptionist in. She stars in the thriller Blood: A Butcher's Tale. In 2009 and 2011, she appeared as "superfan" Becky Rosen in the CW TV series. She reprised her role in 2019 for the 15th and final season of the show. Starting March 1, 2010, Perkins played the regular role of Crystal Braywood in the Canadian TV comedy series. After two seasons the show was cancelled. She is married to Belgian Canadian academic , who has written about , including her roles in the Ginger Snaps series. ", "Atomic Monsters" 2010 Crystal Braywood Season 2 Regular 2014 Marty Crocker Episodes "Cease and Desist", "Lost and Found" Awards and nominations [ ] Year Title Awards Category Result Ref s 1990 YTV Achievement Award Best young actress Won 2001 Best Actress Won 2002 Best Actress Nominated 2003 Best supporting actress in a drama series Won 2005 Best Actress Won Fangoria Horror Hall of Fame Inducted References [ ]• Leoawards. com. Retrieved May 4, 2014. Iconsoffright. com. Retrieved May 4, 2014. Retrieved August 19, 2012. Hiccups. Retrieved May 4, 2014. CBC News. September 14, 2011. Retrieved October 20, 2017. Shaefer, Glen 2012-01-04. Retrieved 2014-06-25. in Spanish. Archived from on 2007-01-09. Retrieved 2006-12-11. July 2002. 214. Retrieved June 9, 2020 — via. External links [ ]•

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Emily Perkins

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ビル・デンブロウ(主人公) ドラマ版:Jonathan Brandis ジョナサン・ブランディス 映画版:Jaeden Lieberher ジェイデン・リーバハー 2003年1月4日生 14歳 弟がペニーワイズの犠牲になる直前に一緒にいたため罪悪感を抱く。 その後ホラー小説家になった。 女優をしている妻の頼みは断れないよう。 正義感が強い。 ジェイデン・リーバハーは、St. Vincent 2014 , Midnight Special 2016 , The Book of Henry 2017 など主役級の子ども役をやることが多い。 ひょろっと細くてか弱いイメージだったから、王道子ども映画の主人公的ヒーロー像は持ってなかった。 あと、ジョナサン・ブランディス的イケメンでもないと思う。 どんなビルなのか楽しみ。 244• 113•

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エミリー・パーキンス(Emily Perkins)

エミリー パーキンス

Contents• Early life and career [ ] Perkins was born in ,. As a child actress she was in three made-for-television films: , , and 's. In 1998, Perkins took a supporting role in the Canadian TV crime-drama series as Carmen in the episode "The Most Dangerous Time". She returned to the series in 2001 to take a recurring, supporting role as the prostitute Sue Lewis for a further 34 episodes, a role which earned her a for Best Supporting Performance in 2003. In 2000, Perkins starred in the film as Brigitte Fitzgerald. In 2004 she starred in two back-to-back films, a sequel titled , and a prequel titled. Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed is Perkins' largest role in a film. In 2004 the horror magazine awarded Perkins their Chainsaw Award for her work in GS2: Unleashed. Perkins had supporting roles in , , and a small role as a receptionist in. She stars in the thriller Blood: A Butcher's Tale. In 2009 and 2011, she appeared as "superfan" Becky Rosen in the CW TV series. She reprised her role in 2019 for the 15th and final season of the show. Starting March 1, 2010, Perkins played the regular role of Crystal Braywood in the Canadian TV comedy series. After two seasons the show was cancelled. She is married to Belgian Canadian academic , who has written about , including her roles in the Ginger Snaps series. ", "Atomic Monsters" 2010 Crystal Braywood Season 2 Regular 2014 Marty Crocker Episodes "Cease and Desist", "Lost and Found" Awards and nominations [ ] Year Title Awards Category Result Ref s 1990 YTV Achievement Award Best young actress Won 2001 Best Actress Won 2002 Best Actress Nominated 2003 Best supporting actress in a drama series Won 2005 Best Actress Won Fangoria Horror Hall of Fame Inducted References [ ]• Leoawards. com. Retrieved May 4, 2014. Iconsoffright. com. Retrieved May 4, 2014. Retrieved August 19, 2012. Hiccups. Retrieved May 4, 2014. CBC News. September 14, 2011. Retrieved October 20, 2017. Shaefer, Glen 2012-01-04. Retrieved 2014-06-25. in Spanish. Archived from on 2007-01-09. Retrieved 2006-12-11. July 2002. 214. Retrieved June 9, 2020 — via. External links [ ]•

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