Laura Mennell

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Laura Mennell
Laura Mennell.jpg
Mennell, photographed in 2009
Born (1980-04-18) April 18, 1980 (age 38)[1]
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present
Website http://www.laura-mennell.com/

Laura Mennell (born April 18, 1980) is a Canadian actress known for her roles in Alphas, Haven, Loudermilk, The Man in the High Castle and Watchmen. In 2011/2012 Mennell co-starred on the Sci-fi television series Alphas. Laura appeared as Charlotte Cross in the fifth season of the SyFy series Haven. In 2017 Laura currently stars in the comedy series Loudermilk as Allison. Despite being best known for her numerous science fiction roles, Mennell says she is not concerned about being typecast.[2]

Biography[edit]

Laura Mennell is of Irish, British, French and Scottish ancestry.[3] She says she was a "major theatre geek in high school".[2]

Mennell is a cousin of Alan Young, who was the voice of Scrooge McDuck and star of the classic TV series, Mister Ed (1961).[1][4] She is a vegetarian and is fluent in French.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Thirteen Ghosts Susan LeGrow, the Bound Woman
2003 Alarium Vivienne Short film
2004 White Grease Paint Short film
11:11 Sara Tobias
2007 The Visitor Teacher Short film
Trick 'r Treat Allie
2008 Elegy Cute Girl
2008 Christmas Cottage Nicole - Portrait
2009 Watchmen Janey Slater
Driven to Kill Lanie Drachev
2010 The Homestead Jane Short film
2017 Limina Lois Short film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1998 I've Been Waiting for You Sarah Lancaster TV movie
1999 Millennium Sorority Sister #1 Episode: "Collateral Damage"
Stargate SG-1 Mary Episode: "Demons"
2000 Scorn Lisa TV movie
2001 Special Unit 2 Amber / Naughty Girl #3 Episode: "The Eve"
Cold Squad Larisa Childs Episode: "The Needle and the Dubutante"
2002 UC: Undercover Collin's Daughter Episode: "Teddy C"
2003 Andromeda Siara Episode: "Conduit to Destiny"
2004 Dead Like Me Desiree Episode: "Rites of Passage"
2005 Stargate Atlantis Sanir Episode: "The Brotherhood"
Personal Effects Nicole Forester TV movie
2006 The L Word Sister Toni Episode: "Lost Weekend"
Episode: "Lobsters"
Flight 93 Elizabeth Wainio TV movie
2007 Montana Sky Lily Mercy TV movie
The Last Trimester Marlene Brenden TV movie
The 4400 Young Audrey Parker Episode: "Audrey Parker's Come and Gone"
Fallen Penemue Episode: "The Time of the Redeemer"
Sanctuary Caird 3 episodes
Flash Gordon Lilian Episode: "Life Source"
Blood Ties Christina Episode: "The Devil You Know"
2008 Sanctuary Caird Episode: "Fata Morgana"
The Christmas Clause Jill TV movie
2009 Eureka Dr. Rivers Episode: "Shower the People"
Sight Unseen Cloe TV movie
Health Nutz Jennifer Noir TV movie
Smallville Toni Episode: "Infamous"
2010 A Trace of Danger Beth TV movie
Fringe Rose Falls Episode: "Johari Window"
Hard Ride to Hell Tessa Video
Supernatural Brigitta / Djinn Episode: "Exile on Main St."
Episode: "Caged Heat"
2011 Smallville Janet Dawson Episode: "Finale"
2011–2012 Alphas Nina Theroux 24 episodes
2013 Republic of Doyle Rachel Malloy Episode: "The Works"
The Christmas Ornament Rebecca TV movie
2014 Motive Samantha Turner 8 episodes
Stolen from the Womb Chelsey Miller TV movie
2014–2015 Haven Charlotte Cross 13 episodes
2015 My New Best Friend Samantha TV movie
When Calls the Heart Samantha Madison Episode: "Heart and Soul"
Episode: "Trials of the Heart"
Gourmet Detective Pauline Duquette TV movie
A Country Wedding Catherine TV movie
Cedar Cove Kelly 2 episodes
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce Marria Episode: "Rule #605: You Can Go Home Again"
2016 Legends of Tomorrow Gail Knox Episode: "Night of the Hawk"
Travelers ADA Peckham Episode: "Donner"
2016–2017 Van Helsing Rebecca 9 episodes
2017 Real Detective Tammy Armstrong Episode: "Every Rose Has a Thorn"
Loudermilk Allison 9 episodes
Maternal Instinct Heather TV movie
2018 The Man In The High Castle Thelma Harris 8 episodes
Blue Book Mimi Hynek filming, 10 episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c TVGuide.com, "Laura Mennell - Biography". Accessed 25 July 2011.
  2. ^ a b starpulse.com, 11 July 2011, "Q&A: Laura Mennell Takes The Lead In 'Alphas'". Accessed 25 July 2011.
  3. ^ "Laura Mennell on Twitter". Retrieved 2016-07-24. 
  4. ^ https://twitter.com/l_mennell/status/733888927778504704
  5. ^ Velocity Public Relations, "Laura Mennell Archived 2010-10-20 at the Wayback Machine.". Accessed 25 July 2011.

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