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Some photo scenes from Jenny and Marina (super duper HOT COUPLE)

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Mia Kirshner (Jenny Shecter)

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Mia Kirshner (born January 25, 1975) is a Canadian actress who works in movies and television series. She is best known for her portrayal of Jenny Schecter on The L Word (2004–2009) and for her role in the 2006 crime film The Black Dahlia as Elizabeth Short.

Kirshner was born in TorontoOntario, the daughter of Etti, a teacher, and Sheldon Kirshner, a journalist who writes for The Canadian Jewish News.[1] Kirshner is a granddaughter of Holocaust survivors;[2] her father was born in a displaced persons camp in Germany in 1946 and met Kirshner’s mother, a Bulgarian Jewish refugee, in Israel.[2] Kirshner had a middle class upbringing[3] and studied Russian literature and 20th-century movie industry at McGill University in Montreal. Her younger sister, Lauren Kirshner, a writer, was involved in the I Live Hereproject.[4]

In 1993, Kirshner played a dominatrix in Denys Arcand's Love and Human Remains and won a Genie nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. The following year, she starred in Atom Egoyan's Exotica. In 1996, she appeared in The Crow: City of Angels.

Kirshner also appeared in the first three episodes of 24 as the bisexual assassin Mandy in 2001. She would later reprise the role for the second season’s finale and in the latter half of the show’s fourth season. Also in 2001, Kirshner played Catherine Wyler, The Cruelest Girl in School, in Not Another Teen Movie. The character is primarily a spoof of Kathryn Merteuil (played by Sarah Michelle Gellar) in Cruel Intentions, and was partially based on Mackenzie Siler (played by Anna Paquin) from She’s All That. In Marilyn Manson’s music video for “Tainted Love”, which was featured on the movie’s soundtrack, she made a cameo appearance as her character Catherine Wyler.

In 2004, Kirshner was cast as author Jenny Schecter, a main character in the drama series The L Word. She remained with the show for all of the show’s six seasons through 2009.[5]

In 2006, she starred in Brian De Palma's The Black Dahlia in which she plays the young aspiring actress, Elizabeth Short, who was mysteriously mutilated and murdered in 1947. Kirshner will star in 30 Days of Night: Dark Days which began filming in the fall of 2009.[6] In 2010, she was cast as Isobel Flemming, a guest role on The Vampire Diaries.[5]

In October 2008, after 7 years in production,[7] Kirshner published the book I Live Here,[8] which she co-produced with ex-Adbusters staffers Paul Shoebridge and Michael Simons,[9] as well as writer James MacKinnon. In the book, four different groups of women and children refugees from places such as ChechnyaJuárezBurma and Malawi tell their life stories. The book features original material from well-known comic and graphic artists including Joe Sacco and Phoebe Gloeckner. It was published in the U.S. by Random House/Pantheon. It was supported logistically by Amnesty International, which will receive proceeds from the book. After the release of the book, the Center for International Studies at MIT invited Kirshner to run a 4-week course on I Live Here in January 2009.[10]

Kirshner was ranked #43 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2002.[11] She and Beverly Polcyn were nominated for Best Kiss at the 2002 MTV Movie Awards for Not Another Teen Movie.[12]



FilmYear“Title“Role“Notes1989War of the WorldsJoEpisode: “Loving the Alien”1990Danger BayCatherine WalkerEpisode: “Live Wires”1990Dracula: The SeriesSophie Metternich1990–1991 (21 episodes)1991My Secret IdentityAlana PorterEpisode: “My Other Secret Identity"1991Sweating BulletsCathy PaigeEpisode: “Runaway”1992Sweating BulletsSandyEpisode: “Stranger in Paradise”1992Road to AvonleaEmily Everett-SmytheEpisode: “High Society”1992Are You Afraid of the Dark?Pam/Dora PeaseEpisode: “The Tale of the Hungry Hounds"1993Cadillac GirlsPage1993Love & Human RemainsBenita1994ExoticaChristina1995Johnny’s GirlAmyTV movie1995The Grass HarpMaude1996The Crow: City of AngelsSarah1996Murder in the FirstAdult Rosetta Young1997Mad CityLaurie1997Anna KareninaKitty1999SaturnSarah1999Out of the ColdDeborah Berkowitz2000InnocentsDominique Denright2000Cowboys and AngelsCandice2001Century HotelDominique2001According to SpencerMelora2001Not Another Teen MovieCatherine Wyler200124Mandy3 episodes2001Wolf LakeRuby Cates2001–2002 (9 episodes)2002New Best FriendAlicia Campbell2002Now & ForeverAngela Wilson200324MandyEpisode: “Day 2: 7:00 a.m.-8:00a.m."2003Party MonsterNatasha2004The Iris EffectRebecca2004The L WordJenny Schecter2004–2009 (70 episodes)200524Mandy3 episodes2006The Black DahliaElizabeth Short2007They Come BackFaith HardyTV movie2008Miss ConceptionClem2009The CleanerApril MayEpisode: “Does Everybody Have a Drink?"2009CSI: NYDeborah CarterEpisode: “Dead Reckoning"2010The Vampire DiariesIsobel Flemming4 episodes201030 Days of Night: Dark DaysLilithPost-production

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These pictures taken from Final Season of The L Word shooting….

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Leisha Hailey (Alice Pieszecki)

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Leisha Hailey (born July 11, 1971) is an American actress and musician most widely known for playing Alice Pieszecki in the Showtime Networks production The L Word. Hailey, who had “always wanted to be an actress”,[1] first came to the public’s attention as a musician in the pop duo The Murmurs and has continued a music career as part of the band Uh Huh Her.

Born in OkinawaJapan to American parents, Hailey grew up in Bellevue, Nebraska and attended Bellevue West High School.[citation needed]At 17, she came out as a lesbian before moving to New York City to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.[2]


With her Academy classmate Heather Grody, she formed the pop duo The Murmurs in 1991. In the 1990s they released several albums and toured on the Lilith Fair. In 2001, Hailey and Grody changed their name to Gush. The band split when Hailey began working for The L Word. In 2005, Hailey founded Marfa Records.[3]

In July 2007, Uh Huh Her, an electropop duo consisting of Hailey and Camila Grey, released an EP entitled I See Red; over a year later they released their first album Common Reaction.

Hailey also co-wrote the Shakira hit song Don’t Bother for her 2007 hit album Oral Fixation Vol. 2.


Hailey’s first major role was in the 1997 movie All Over Me, and right around this time she played a struggling musician on an episode of Boy Meets World. Since 2003 she has starred asAlice Pieszecki, a bisexual journalist, on The L Word.

In September 2008, Showtime announced Hailey will star in a “pilot presentation spinoff” The Farm[4] of The L Word, to be written and produced by Ilene Chaiken, creator and executive producer of The L Word.[5] It was announced in April 2009 that the show would not be picked up by Showtime. Hailey’s award winning indie film La Cucina (film) premiered on Showtimein December 2009, where she plays a straight pregnant newlywed.

Hailey has appeared in several Yoplait yogurt commercials. In April 2008, Hailey was named spokesperson for Olivia Cruises, a travel company which sells cruises and resort vacations marketed towards lesbian customers.[6] She stars in the Upcoming After Dark Originals psychological thriller Fertile Ground.[7]


In 2007, Hailey was named the sexiest woman in the AfterEllen Hot 100 list compiled by[8] She responded to topping the list with: “Wow, I don’t even know what to say. I hope Angelina's not mad at me. I have to say this really makes up for the time I was on the Homecoming Court in high school with my boyfriend (yes I had one) and he won and I didn't. So thanks to everyone. I'll try and keep up my hotness.”[9]

[edit]Personal life

Hailey dated k.d. lang for nearly five years, in a relationship that ended in 2001.[2] As of 2006, she is dating retailer Nina Garduno, owner of Free City Supershop in Malibu, California.[10]

Hailey was a soccer player, stating “I was a soccer star… I was a goalscorer, but then I busted my knee out and my whole career ended.’” She has been incorrectly reported to be a supporter of Manchester United F.C., stating that “I don’t know where that rumour started.”[11]


FilmYearFilmRoleNotes1996All Over MeLucy1998Some GirlThe Murmurs1999Sleeping BeautiesSno Blo Band2002The Snowflake CrusadeMarigold2007La Cucina (film)Shelly2009Make UpShelley CabotTelevisionYearTitleRoleNotes1996Boy Meets WorldCorinna1 episode1997EllenWoman in Gay Bar1 episode2004–2009The L WordAlice Pieszecki70 episodes2006CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationAllison Bradford1 episodeGrey’s AnatomyClaire Solomon1 episode2007–2008American Dad!Lily (Voice)2 episodes2009ManeaterHarriet1 episode

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Katherine Moennig (Shane McCutcheon)

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Katherine Sian Moennig (Pronounced ‘meh-nig’) (born December 29, 1977)[2] is an American actress known for her role as Shane McCutcheon on The L Word, as well as Jake Pratt on Young Americans. She recently starred as Dr. Miranda Foster on CBS Three Rivers.


Born in PhiladelphiaPennsylvania, she is the daughter of Broadway dancer Mary Zahn and violin maker William Moennig.[3] She is also the niece of actress Blythe Danner and cousin of Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow.[1]

Moennig is of GermanScottish and Irish descent.[4]

Although there has been much speculation surrounding Moennig’s sexual orientation due to the on-screen lesbian and genderqueer roles she has taken, Moennig refuses to talk about her sexuality because she says that having a personal life is a sacred thing in Hollywood.

However, the New York Post’s Page Six reported sighting Moennig accompanied by Francesca Gregorini in April 2005 at a party for Paper Magazine’s Beautiful People issue,[5] and herL Word costar Jennifer Beals also muddied the issue in an interview with The Advocate in which Beals cited Moennig along with several out lesbians as advisors on Beals’ portrayal of Bette Porter. [5] A rumour that Moennig dated Clementine Ford after their collaboration in The L Word was denied by Ford in a Diva Magazine interview in 2009.[6]

Moennig has several tattoos: the number 2 (her life number in numerology) on her right ring finger, a small orange square on her left hand, a “cross” on her left wrist (which was previously the letter “K”), a swallow on her right triceps (she got it after having a dream that she had a tattoo of a bird on her right triceps), audere est facere (“to dare is to do” in Latin) on her left triceps, what appears to be ivy along her right side, “Mary” (in honor of her mother) on her right inner forearm, and the outline of a violin with an “M” for Moennig inside (which she got the day after her father died, in his honor) on her lower back.

Moennig moved to New York City at the age of 18 to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. There she began a modeling career, and also performed on stage.

In 1999, she had the central role in the Our Lady Peace video ”Is Anybody Home?

Her first major role was in the television series Young Americans, playing Jake Pratt, a girl who enters the Rawley Boys Academy by passing as a boy and ends up falling in love with Hamilton (Ian Somerhalder), the Dean’s son.

Moennig has played many lesbian roles. Best known for her portrayal of Shane McCutcheon on The L Word, she also appeared as a lesbian artist—a former lover of Sophia Myles' character—in Terry Zwigoff's 2006 Art School Confidential.

Moennig has also pursued transgender roles. She auditioned for the part of Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry, which ended up going to actress Hilary Swank, and played Cheryl Avery, a young transsexual woman, in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (episode “Fallacy”).

On April 12, 2006, Moennig made her Off Broadway debut, opposite Lee Pace, in Guardians, by Peter Morris. In it, she plays “American Girl”—a young United States Army soldier fromWest Virginia who becomes a scapegoat in a scandal involving abuse at an Iraqi prison. The story is loosely based on that of Lynndie England.[7]

In 2007 the documentary “My Address: A Look At Gay Youth Homelessness” in New York was launched with Moennig in cooperation with the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI), directed by Gigi Nicolas.

In 2008, Moennig played the role of Mary Landis, a suspect in season 6 episode 19 of CSI:Miami

In 2009, Moennig joined the cast of Three Rivers, a medical drama set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at a hospital specializing in transplants. Moennig played Dr. Miranda Foster, a surgical fellow with a rebellious streak and fiery temper[8] who strives to live up to her deceased father’s excellent surgical reputation. On November 30, 2009, it was announced that CBS had pulled Three Rivers from the schedule, with no plans to return it.

In 2010, Moennig signed on to play a guest-starring role in Dexter as a tattoo artist.[9]

YearFilmRole2000The Ice PeopleWanja Kasczinksy2001The Shipping NewsGrace MoosupLove the Hard WayDebbieSlo-MoRaven2004Invitation to a SuicideEva2006Art School ConfidentialCandace2009Everybody’s FineJilly


YearTitleRoleNotes2000Young AmericansJacqueline “Jake” Pratt8 episodes2001Law & OrderMelissa Cobin1 episode (For Love or Money)2003Law & Order: Special Victims UnitCheryl Avery1 episode (Fallacy)2004The L WordShane McCutcheon70 episodes, 2004 – 20092008CSI: MiamiMary Landis1 episode (Rock and a Hard Place)2009Three RiversDr. Miranda Foster10 episodes

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