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|Born||Adair Rae Tishler
October 3, 1996
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress, voice actress, model, singer|
Adair Rae Tishler (born October 3, 1996) is an American actress, model, voice actress, and singer, who has appeared in television shows such as Charmed and House and in movies such as Within and An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong. She is perhaps best known for portraying Molly Walker on NBC's Heroes. She won a Young Artist Award in 2008 for Best Performance in a TV Series - Supporting Young Actress for her performance in Heroes.
Tishler has participated in theater productions of Cinderella and Sound of Music. Her résumé includes voice-over work, and she has also performed in music videos—she appears in Martina McBride's video God's Will and in Rhonda Vincent's video If Heartaches Had Wings which also featured pop-star and actress Miley Cyrus.
Her other performances include the role of Carrie in the short indie film 'Six and the City'; a knock-off of the hit TV show Sex and the City. Tishler has also appeared in the hit WB series Charmed in its final season. She portrayed Tara James in the American Girl movie Chrissa Stands Strong.
Adair used to sing lead vocals for an indie rock band, "Smash It Up". The band consisted of four middle school friends from Burbank California, Cole Clarke (lead guitar), Brennan Flynn (bass guitar), Mia Viesca (drums), and Adair Tishler (vocals), and released a self-titled CD of original songs on April 21, 2009.
Adair has also been involved with modeling in fashion shows and has been hired multiple times for photo shoots. Adair once stated "that she may sign up for a professional modeling school once she gets more acting jobs". Since moving from Los Angeles, California, a representative of Tishler stated in late 2010 that "Adair will be taking a break from acting and singing for "Smash It Up" to focus on school and family". It has not yet been said that Adair will one day return to show business.
|2003||Six and the City||Carrie||Short film|
|2003||Paper Doll||Young Natasha||Short film|
|2004||Ms. Goldman||Haley Davis||Short film|
|2005||White Horse Is Dead, TheThe White Horse Is Dead||Young Naya|
|2005||House||Nikki||Episode: "The Mistake"|
|2006||E-Ring||Ivan's Daughter||Episode: "War Crimes"|
|2006||Pop Star||Shana||Short film|
|2006||Charmed||Phoebe's Daughter||Episode: "The Jung and the Restless"|
|2006||Dead Calling, AA Dead Calling||Mary||Video|
|2006-2008||Heroes||Molly Walker||16 episodes|
|2007||Ten Inch Hero||Julia|
|2007||Saving Grace||Violet||Episode: "Bless Me, Father, for I Have Sinned"|
|2007||Sarah Silverman Program, TheThe Sarah Silverman Program||Young Laura||Episode: "Doody"|
|2008||Your Name Here||8 Year Old Laura|
|2008||Cleaner, TheThe Cleaner||Maggie Mullins||Episode: "Lie with Me"|
|2008||Farm House||Young Scarlet|
|2008||Grey's Anatomy||Tori Begler||Episode: "Life During Wartime"|
|2009||An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong||Tara James||Video|
|2009||Born That Way||Young Bridgette||Video|
|2009||Criminal Minds||Cate Hale||Episode: "Bloodline"|
|2009||Dollhouse||Iris Miller / Caroline Farrell||Episode: "Epitaph One"|
|2010||Dollhouse||Caroline Farrell||Episode: "Epitaph Two: Return"|
|2010||Jack and the Beanstalk||Rapunzel|