We overwhelmingly harbor an innate passion for Canadian thespians and Catherine McNally has the dynamic glow to enthrall audiences. She guest-stars on “Conviction” as the wife of death row inmate Earl (Richard Thomas) who has no interest in helping him. Catherine convincingly captures the scars of her character due to her husband’s infidelity and viewers will love her mean streak. Things aren’t looking good for Hayley Atwell’s Hayes Morrison who has vowed to save Earl from his impending execution. Lauded as a riveting, witty performer, Catherine also possesses the charismatic voice that has its commanding inflection. It’s apt to see her guest-starring as Judge Susan Frey over the course of 2 Season of “Rogue” who at times ruffle the feathers of mid-level DEA agent Harper Deakins (Sarah Carter). Hers is a flawed personality on the show that’s full of black sheeps and Catherine elegantly threads the strife fermenting in her conscience.
The vivacious Catherine has also appeared on some of my favorite shows which include “Murdoch Mysteries, “Reign” and “12 Monkeys”. This festive season, you can also catch her in “Charming Christmas” on the Hallmark Channel playing Cheryl Rossman, the mother of savvy busineswoman Meredith Rossman (Julie Benz). Catherine and Julie make for a great mother-daughter pairing as their chemistry is palpable in its sincerity. An award-winning actress, Catherine has entertained us across film,television,theatre and Broadway garnering praiseworthy reviews. This December don’t miss her as the wise Escalus in “Measure For Measure“. The graceful Catherine is also notable as a well-respected acting coach/instructor. With a string of accolades and achievements, she’s destined for boundless admiration.
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Invitingly luminous, Lauren Baldwin is on course to garner attention seeing how she’s in a star-studded sci-fi film due for release in 2017. Look out for her in “The Circle”, the riveting film starring Tom Hanks and Emma Watson who plays the fast rising talent in a powerful tech company. Judging from the published work of fiction by esteemed author Dave Eggers, Emma’s Mae Holland is not your average, straight-laced woman as she might just lean to Machiavellian intentions in a futuristic world. We can’t wait to watch the story arc of Lauren’s character Gretchen in “The Circle” that paints the dangerous picture of a dystopian society fueled by technology.
She’s been in several independent features which include the thriller “Rage Of Innocence”. Her delightful presence on film and television will find amorous standing with audiences. Here’s Lauren giving us an insight into her role in “Rage of Innocence”:
I play Josette, the babysitter. I am the picture of innocence and all that is good, in stark contrast to Raven who is played by Stef Dawson (who appeared as Annie Cresta in the Hunger Games franchise). It’s a challenging role and the audience will hopefully be rooting for my survival throughout the film!
Television is another medium we can take a peek at Lauren as she has guest-starred recently on “The Odd Couple” alongside Thomas Lennon and Lindsay Sloane. She played Donna, a waitress who is mistakenly identified by Emily (Lindsay) as an English Stereotype in Felix’s English themed surprise. It gets awkward for Emily when her own triteness gets the better of her as Donna is revealed to be an employee of Langford’s the bar…oops! Actually Lauren is a British actress dazzling up the LA scene so her gorgeous accent is 100% authentic. Having been born in Merseyside, football fans especially followers of Liverpool F.C. will adore her since she’s an avid supporter. You can also watch Lauren on the shows “You’re The Worst” and “Southland”. Having appeared as Virgin Mary in the indie drama “The God Complex”, Lauren’s immaculate facets are very lovely indeed and should gain her a wealth of followers.
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