Elizabeth Blackmore is an Australian actress who is associated with both the film and television world. Her career started in 2008, as she was casted in a short movie. Two of the short movies in her career were 'Pip's First Time', and 'Nascondino'. Her first role in television was for 'Legend of the Seeker', which was distributed by Disney- ABC Domestic television. Premiered in November 2008, the show ran for two seasons. In this TV series, she appeared from episodes 39 to 44 (season 1) and in episode 22 (season 2).

In 2009, the actress got associated with another American supernatural drama television series titled ' The Vampire Diaries', which was written by L. J. Smith. She appeared in the seventh season of the series, which was telecasted between 2015-16. Elizabeth Blackmore had appeared in 16 episodes of 'The Vampire Diaries'. Her latest appearances was for an American fantasy horror television series, 'Supernatural' ( Season 11-12), where she appeared in the character of Lady Toni Bevell. Her last two short movies were ‘Skin Deep’ (2014), in which she appeared in a lead role, and ‘Killers And Thieves’ (2015), in which she appeared as a thief.

Before getting a break into movies, Elizabeth participated in the HLS Scholarship, which is awarded to an actor who exhibits high potential, and has an objective that provides support to advance their career. Elizabeth was the finalist and with this scholarship support, she landed in Hollywood.

 

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An eye strikingly talented actress as she might be named, Elizabeth Blackmore has grown and reached a ponderous spot in Hollywood’s tinsel town today. She fluttered her eyes open for the first time on January 6th, 1987, Perth, Australia. She has been a recipient of the Health Lodger Scholarship Award as a finalist but ultimately did not get selected. She has been portraying a substantial role as Sister Marianna in the final season of Legend of the Seeker in 2010.

Later on, she ameliorated to fame by showcasing the role of Natalie in Evil Dead, a 2013 horror movie. The roots of her career branches enhanced when she graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. In 2013, she embarked upon the title of the finalist of Health Lodger Scholarship Award which shines upon the newcomer as the emerging Australian talent and liberates the chance to taste success in Hollywood. Time and again, Elizabeth Blackmore has dazzled us with her unfaltering performances which are worth a mention to inflict upon the colossal amount of talent oozing out of her acting streak.

Some of her dynamic renditions include – Pip’s First Time, Nascondino, The Road Home, Killers and Thieves to list a few in the Short Films category. She has also shown her worth in popular T.V. Series like Legend of Seeker & Home and Away. Recently, she has been a part of the CW series – The Vampire Diaries as Valerie Tulle in the seventh season. Towards the end of it she managed to grab a meaty role in the very much loved fictional series - Supernatural, as Lady Tony Bevell.

Since she has not officially ended her role in The Vampire Diaries, she might be seen juggling her roles between the two shows as commitment demands with time. Right now as per media speculations and collectable paparazzi, Elizabeth Blackmore is all set to take her seat in the Supernatural cast bandwagon as Lady Tony Bevell. Elizabeth Blackmore, a very discreet, introverted but imaginative actress, has enough content within her to mark her worth in the industry as many of her previous works in the acting path has shown.

Elena Morozova English Actress

Elena Morozova

Elena Morozova is a Russian actress born on May 15, 1973, in Moscow. The actress featured in ‘Petrovka, 38’, a Soviet detective movie released in 1980. It was also a heist film, and the flick was about a novel. The title had originated because a detective agency had its office on the Petrovka Street. The movie was successful, and a sequel to it also followed. Besides acting in Soviet films, she was associated with French films too. One of her highly successful movies was 'Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky' which was screened on the final day of Cannes Film Festival. This movie revolves around the honest connection of a successful Russian music composer Igor Stravinsky and a French fashion designer Coco Channel. In this film, Elena Morozova played the supporting actress role and gained international importance. In the year 2000, the actress was directed by Alexei Uchitel, a Russian director for an award-winning movie ‘His Wife's Diary’ which was based on last love affair of a Russian Nobel Prize (Literature) winner Ivan Alekseyevich Bunin. In the year 2007, the actress appeared In a Russian horror movie ‘Dead Daughters’. In 2006, the actress was cast in a black comedy film ‘Playing The Victim’ which won many awards in the international film festival. The actress is also well known for another Russian movie ‘Four Ages Of Love' (2008) which was screened in many film festival and obtained the award as Best Director for Sergey Mokritskiy. In the year 2004, Elena appeared in director Anna Melikian's most successful movie 'Mars' which was also his first directorial debut film in Russia. The movie was financed by one of Russia's largest distribution companies that talk about a boxer in Russia.

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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor is one of the legendary figures in world cinema and can be considered as an icon or perhaps a part of the seven wonders of the cinematic world. Truly, she is one of the most known celebrities in the world and considered as the seventh greatest female legend in cinema. Known for her style and enchanting look (especially her eyes), the actress opened a new chapter in Hollywood. She gave a memorable performance as ‘Cleopatra’ (1963 movie), and while this movie was shot, she fell in love with co-star Richard Burton and got married to him in 1964. She then teamed up with Richard Burton in eleven successful movies, which was perhaps the best time of her career in Hollywood. Taylor also always remained under media’s scrutiny, and hence, remained a well-known public figure until her death. She married eight times in her life and was associated with seven Hollywood men. Above all, she belonged to a wealthy family and it is said that her mother was more interested in molding her career as an actress. Her debut film was 'There's One Born Every Minute' (1942). Her major breakthrough came in the year 1944 when 'National Velvet' released, which was a highly successful movie at the box office. Taylor bagged her role as a young 12-year old horse crazy girl, and this film really shaped her career in Hollywood. She became a teenage star with this movie, but in 1950, she bagged her first adult role as a heroine in the movie, ‘Father of the Bride’, which is being recognized as the greatest American comedy film. In the year 1951, she acted in another critical and commercial success movie, 'A Place in the Sun', which placed her on the top position in Hollywood with actresses like Shelley Winters, and Joan Bennett, among others. She soon became a bankable star for MGM productions, but she disapproved the production control in her career. It was in the mid-1950’s that her career was seen in a high spirit and some highly acclaimed movies got released. In the year 1954, she starred in a leading role in 'The Last Time I Saw Paris', which is perhaps one of the most romantic movies of Taylor with Van Johnson. She repeated her same magic once again in another romantic movie, 'Giant', with Rock Huston too. Both were engrossing romantic drama films of Taylor with praises from the public and critics alike. In the late 50’s, she got nominated twice for an Academy Award for two highly successful movies, ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof', and 'Suddenly, Last Summer’. In the year 1960, she won her first Academy Award for a leading role in the movie, ‘'Butterfield 8', which was also a highly successful movie. After this movie, she signed 'Cleopatra' (1963), for which she was paid $1 million to play the title role. In the mid-60's, her most popular films were with her husband, Richard Burton, and they broke many box office records after getting her highest critical acclaim ever. Richard and Elizabeth became a well-known Hollywood pair and some of their successful movies were ‘The Sandpiper’, 'The Taming of the Shrew', and 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'. For the movie, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?', the actress received her second Academy Award. Thus, Elizabeth Taylor became one of the major stars of Hollywood, and even her name used to appear first in the title of every movie before any male or female stars. Every producer and director praised Elizabeth for her natural style and versatility. Her career took a back seat after the late 60’s, and although she continued acting till the mid-1970s, most of her films weren’t as successful. In the 1980s to 2001, she appeared in various television shows, and in the year 2001, she confirmed her retirement from acting. Being born on February 27, 1932, the actress passed away on March 23, 2011, and left a void in the world of progressive cinema. Even today, no actress can match her talent, beauty, and style. She remains an ageless figure in the world of cinema.

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