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Joanne Kelly

Joanne Kelly
Kelly at the NBCUniversal Summer press day on 8 April 2014
Born December 1978 (age 36)
Bay d'Espoir, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Occupation Actress

Joanne M. Kelly (born December 22, 1978[1] in Bay d'Espoir) is a Canadian actress, known for her appearances in films such as Going the Distance and in the TV series Warehouse 13, in which she played Secret Service agent Myka Bering.

Career

Kelly at the Big Apple Convention in Manhattan, October 17, 2009.

Joanne Kelly was born in Bay d'Espoir, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. She studied at Acadia University. Her first movie role was the 2002 drama film The Bay of Love and Sorrows.[2] She played alongside actors such as Paul Gross in Slings and Arrows and Gordon Pinsent in Heyday. From 2003 to 2004 she played Libby on the J. Michael Straczynski series Jeremiah on Showtime. She also played the role of Sara Collins in Fox's Vanished and the vampire Bianca in SciFi's The Dresden Files. She also appeared in the film Going the Distance. Since 2009 she had played the role of Secret Service agent Myka Bering on the Syfy series Warehouse 13. The series finale was aired on May 19, 2014. She also stars in the independent film, "Cantuckee."

Awards and nominations

Kelly was nominated in 2006 for a Gemini at the Gemini Awards/2006 Gemini Awards for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series for Playing House (2006) (TV).[3]

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Bay of Love and Sorrows, TheThe Bay of Love and Sorrows Madonna Eveline Brassaurd
2003 Crime Spree Sophie Nicols
2004 Going the Distance Sasha
2006 Solar Attack Joanna Parks
2008 Remembering Phil Julia
2013 Extraction Natalie Meyers
2014 Runoff Betty Freeman Post-production
2014 Don't Blink Claire

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Mentors Mata Hari "Secrets and Lies"
2002 Tracker Zareth "To Catch a Desserian"
& "Remember When"
2002 Largo Winch Elektra Dane "Love Hurts"
2002 Mutant X Kim "The Future Revealed"
2003 Mafia Doctor Loreena TV movie
2003 Jeremiah Liberty 'Libby' Kaufman 8 episodes
2004 Snakes and Ladders Trudy Jennings "Sisters"
2004 Newsroom, TheThe Newsroom George's Hallucination "The Second Coming"
2005 Catch, TheThe Catch Mo Kozikowski TV pilot
2005 Whiskey Echo Jenna Breeden TV movie
2005 Selling Innocence Simone TV movie
2005 Slings and Arrows Sarah 5 episodes
2006 I Am an Apartment Building Kelly TV short
2006 Playing House Frannie Mackenzie TV movie
2006 Heyday! Laurie Dwyer TV movie
2006 Solar Attack Joanna Parks TV movie
2006 Vanished Sara Collins 13 episodes
2007–2008 Dresden Files, TheThe Dresden Files Bianca TV miniseries :"Bad Blood"
& "Storm Front"
2008 Supernatural Michelle Montgomery "Metamorphosis"
2008–2009 Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit Nadia Ramadan TV miniseries : Parts 1, 2 & 3
2008–2009 Diamonds Stephanie Dresser "Part One", "Part Two"
2009 Castle Lee Wax "Ghosts"
2009–2014 Warehouse 13 Myka Bering 64 episodes
2010 Republic of Doyle Stacey Layden "The One Who Got Away"
2010 Deep End, TheThe Deep End Mia Smith "White Lies, Black Ties"
2010 CSI: Miami Heather Chapman "Happy Birthday"
2011 No Ordinary Family Rachel Jacobs "No Ordinary Detention"
2013 Hostages Vanessa Moore "Hail Mary",
"The Good Reason"
& "Burden of Truth"

References

  1. ^ "Joanne Kelly Biografie auf Filmous.com". Retrieved 2014-05-18. 
  2. ^ Banks, Wendy. "Bay watching - Joanne Kelly doesn’t look like a newcomer in Canuck feature". Now. January 30 - February 6, 2003
  3. ^ (30 August 2006). Cancelled show could be Gemini winner, Ottawa Citizen ("Miniseries actress nominees include ... Joanne Kelly, for Playing House")

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