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Temple at the 2011
Sundance Festival

Born

Juno Violet Temple
(1989-07-21) 21 July 1989 (age 23)
London, England, UK

Nationality

British

Occupation

Actress

Years active

1997–present

Juno Violet Temple (born 21 July 1989) is an English actress. She has starred in films such as Atonement, Dirty Girl, Kaboom, St Trinian's, Little Birds, Killer Joe, and The Dark Knight Rises.

 

 




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Early life

Juno Temple was born in London, and is the daughter of producer Amanda Pirie and film director Julien Temple.[1][2] She grew up in Somerset, England, and attended Enmore Primary School, Bedales School, and King's College, Taunton. She has two younger brothers, Leo Temple and Felix Temple.

Film career

Temple began her career as a child actress in the 1997 film Vigo: Passion for Life, a film about Jean Vigo.[3] Another film directed by her father starred Juno in 2000 when she played Emma Southey in Pandaemonium.

She has won critical praise for several supporting roles. One reviewer said that she played her part in Notes on a Scandal with "petulance and angst",[4] while her performance as Lola Quincey in Atonement has been called "impressive".[5] She auditioned to play Luna Lovegood in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,[6] but lost out to Evanna Lynch. Some of her other film credits include Celia in St. Trinian's and St. Trinian's II: The Legend of Fritton's Gold, Drippy (Jennifer Logan) in Wild Child, and Jane Parker in The Other Boleyn Girl.[7] In 2009, Temple starred as Eema in the comedy Year One alongside Jack Black and Michael Cera. She also played Anna in Jaco Van Dormael's Mr. Nobody and Di Radfield in the adaption of Sheila Kohler's Cracks.

She starred in Abe Sylvia's Dirty Girl, which premiered on 12 September 2010, at the Toronto International Film Festival, co-starring Milla Jovovich, Jeremy Dozier, William H. Macy, Mary Steenburgen and Tim McGraw.

Temple has also appeared in Kid Harpoon's music video "Milkmaid" and Plushgun's "Just Impolite".[8]

In 2010, she appeared in an sketch for FunnyOrDie called "Cycop" which premiered on 12 July 2010 and featured the protagonist, from the indie film The Mother of Invention in a poorly made film of his creation. The sketch starred Temple, Andrew Bowser, Ryan Cartwright and Zelda Williams.[9] She also had a major role in the film Kaboom, first winner of the Queer Palm.

In 2011, Temple appeared in Paul W.S. Anderson's 3D film adaption of The Three Musketeers, as Anne of Austria, the Queen Consort of France. The film also starred Matthew Macfadyen, Logan Lerman, Orlando Bloom, Milla Jovovich, Christoph Waltz, and Mads Mikkelsen. She appeared in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), as a "street-smart Gotham girl."[10] She also portrayed Diane in the lesbian lycanthropic tale Jack & Diane.[11]

Temple appeared in the Elgin James film Little Birds. James offered her the choice of playing either of the two female leads and she chose to portray Lily, citing that she connected with the character more and "wanted to set her free".[12] Temple and James worked on the film together for two years, becoming close. They continue to collaborate[13] and in interviews refer to each other as "best friends"[14] and "family".[15] James has said he made Little Birds to honor the strong women in his life, including Temple.[16]

In February 2013 Temple won the EE Rising Star BAFTA, voted for by the public.

Filmography

Year

Title

Role

2000

Pandaemonium

Emma Southey

2006

Notes on a Scandal

Polly Hart

2007

Atonement

Lola Quincey

St Trinian's

Celia

2008

The Other Boleyn Girl

Jane Parker

Wild Child

Jennifer "Drippy" Logan

2009

Year One

Eema

Cracks

Di Radfield

Mr. Nobody

Young Anna (15)

Glorious 39

Celia Keyes

St. Trinian's II: The Legend of Fritton's Gold

Celia

2010

Greenberg

Muriel

Kaboom

London

Dirty Girl

Danielle

2011

The Three Musketeers

Queen Anne

Killer Joe

Dottie Smith

Little Birds

Lily Hobart

2012

Small Apartments

Simone

The Dark Knight Rises

Jen

Jack & Diane

Diane

2013

Lovelace

Patsy

Horns

Merrin Williams

Magic Magic

Alicia

2014

Maleficent

Thistlewit

References

1.      ^ Sennert, Kate (2007-01-15). "Post Punk". V. http://www.vmagazine.com/feature_article.php?n=601. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

2.      ^ "Julien Temple Biography (1953-)". Film Reference. http://www.filmreference.com/film/78/Julien-Temple.html. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

3.      ^ Temple, Michael (2006-09-05). "Vigo Passion for Life". BFI. http://www.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/review/138. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

4.      ^ Pennington, Miranda K. (2007-02-01). "Scandalous behaviour rocks the playground". The Ithacan. http://theithacan.org/am/publish/filmreview/200701_
Scandalous_behavior_rocks_the_playground.shtml. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

5.      ^ Elley, Derek (2007-08-29). Chil "Atonement". Variety. http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117934523.html?categoryid=31&cs=1Wild Chil. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

6.      ^ Hochberg, Mina (2011-09-29). "Juno Temple on Dirty Girl, the Harry Potter Part She Didn’t Get, and Shooting Sex Scenes - Vulture". Nymag.com. http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/10/juno_temple.html. Retrieved 2011-10-07.

7.      ^ Miska, Brad (2010-03-08). "Blonde Bombshell Juno Temple Bitten by Jack & Dianne". Bloody Disgusting. http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/19386. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

8.      ^ Kit, Borys (2010-10-14). "'Greenberg' actress lands three roles". The Hollywood Reporter. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display
/news/e3ib6547f261e43d0f68b45925f8dabd7e9. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

9.      ^ VincentDooly on Funny or Die

10.  ^ Fischer, Russ (2011-03-24). "Juno Temple Confirmed For ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ Likely as Catwoman’s Sidekick". /Film. http://www.slashfilm.com/juno-temple-confirmed-the-dark-knight-rises-catwomans-sidekick/. Retrieved 2011-07-25.

11.  ^ Miska, Brad (2010-05-24). "Elvis' Granddaughter Hot Werewolf Replacement in 'Jack & Diane'!". Bloody Disgusting. http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/20334. Retrieved 2011-06-04.

12.  ^ Friend, Tad. "A former gang leader comes to hollywood". http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2012/09/03/120903fa_fact_friend.

13.  ^ Miller, Danny. "Elgin James, unlikely director of "Little Birds"". http://social.entertainment.msn.com/movies/blogs/
the-hitlist-blogpost.aspx?post=f28b8c00-3837-465b-820c-1170ceb73a7d.

14.  ^ James, Elgin. "little birds filmmaker reflects on his personal transformation". http://www.sundance.org/festival/article/little-birds-
filmmaker-reflects-on-his-personal-and-artistic-transformation/.

15.  ^ Radish, Christina. "Juno Temple talks Little Birds, sexuality vs. violence in film, and playing a fairy in Maleficent". http://collider.com/juno-temple-little-birds-maleficent-interview/191625/.

16.  ^ Miller, Danny. "Elgin James, unlikely director of "Little Birds"". http://social.entertainment.msn.com/movies/blogs/
the-hitlist-blogpost.aspx?post=f28b8c00-3837-465b-820c-1170ceb73a7d.

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McGinley in October 2008

Born

John Christopher McGinley
(1959-08-03) August 3, 1959 (age 53)
New York City, New York, U.S.

Nationality

American

Other names

John C. Mc Ginley
John McGinley

Occupation

Stand-up comedian, actor, comedian

Years active

1985–present

Spouse(s)

Lauren Lambert (1997–2001)
Nicole Kessler (2007–present)

Children

3

John Christopher McGinley (born August 3, 1959) is an American actor. He is most notable for his roles as Perry Cox (Percival Ulysses Cox) in Scrubs, Bob Slydell in Office Space, Sergeant Red O'Neill in Oliver Stone's Platoon and Marv in Stone's Wall Street. He has also written and produced for television and film. Apart from acting, McGinley is also an author and a spokesperson for the National Down Syndrome Society.

 

 



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Personal life

Early life

McGinley, who is one of five children, was born in the Greenwich Village section of New York City, the son of a schoolteacher and a stockbroker.[1] His paternal great-grandfather was from Donegal, Ireland.[2] McGinley was raised in Millburn, New Jersey, and attended Millburn High School, where he played wide receiver for the school's football team.[3] He studied acting at Syracuse University, and later at New York University's Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts, graduating in 1984.[4] Upon completing his education, McGinley did a variety of different work, including Off Broadway and Broadway productions, and a two-year stint on the soap opera Another World.

Subsequent years

In February 1997, McGinley married Lauren Lambert. Their son, Max, was born that year. In December 2001, Lambert and McGinley divorced. In October 2002, he was chosen as "Dad of the Month" at iParenting.com.[5] In August 2006, McGinley became engaged to yoga instructor Nicole Kessler in Malibu, whom he had dated for two years. The couple were married on April 7, 2007 in a private ceremony at their home.[6] They have two daughters together : Billie, born in 2008 and Kate, born in 2010.[7]

McGinley owns a stake in one of Billy Gilroy's New York SoHo bistros along with fellow actor Willem Dafoe. He is a close friend of John Cusack, with whom he likes to play golf.[8] In 2006, McGinley served as the national spokesperson for the National Down Syndrome Society's annual Buddy Walk.[9] McGinley is a vocal supporter for the special needs community, and commented in late 2011 on the experience of raising a teenager with Down syndrome along with two young daughters:

Half the gene pool that spawned Max also spawned Billie, my soon-to-be-four-year-old, so I’m hypersensitive to any challenges she may have. [Kate, at 17 months old, is too young for school.] We’ve discovered that Billie can completely disengage, which troubled Nicole and I, so we took her to an early-education interventionist. She tested our daughter primarily by giving her tactical puzzles. As long as Billie was left alone to do them, she was fine. But when the teacher tried to give Billie praise, she was not interested. What this revealed is that Billie is fine as long as she is engaged in an activity, but she doesn’t care for the traditional approval or an A, B or C grade. Our takeaway is that Billie is fine and that we’ll have to find ways, people, systems, etc., that challenge her, because she doesn’t care about kudos.

Her biggest strength is language. She’s extraordinarily verbal, and Max’s biggest challenge is his lack of spoken language. He can read at a certain level and do arithmetic, but he doesn’t form sentences. So parenting Max and parenting Billie represent two polar opposites on the spoken-word spectrum. How we parent them in the same household and find a happy middle has been really interesting and continues to be.[10]

McGinley appeared on the television show American Gladiators in 1994, during the Celebrity Challenge.[11]

McGinley is also an avid fan of the NHL Detroit Red Wings, and shows this by wearing a Red Wings jersey (usually Chris Chelios') in several Scrubs episodes. He was the narrator of the Red Wings' 2008 Championship DVD. McGinley maintains a home in Malibu, California and is well known as a member of the "Malibu Mob",[12][dead link] a group of celebrity friends and neighbors including John Cusack, Tony Danza, former Detroit Red Wings defenseman Chris Chelios, big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton, beach volleyball pro Gabrielle Reece, and tennis player John McEnroe.[13]

Career

McGinley has had a prolific career, primarily as a supporting character actor. He was noticed by a casting scout while working as John Turturro's understudy in John Patrick Shanley's 1984 production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea,[14] which led to a successful audition for the role of Sergeant Red O'Neill in the Oscar-winning Platoon (1986). McGinley had been cast in his first film role in Alan Alda's Sweet Liberty earlier in 1986. That was followed the next year with Wall Street (1987), and again the next with Talk Radio (1988). He also was featured in a 1980s Subaru commercial.[15] He appeared in the "Celebrity Challenge" version of American Gladiators, losing to Dean Cain. McGinley wrote the script for 1990s Suffering Bastards,[16] in which he also co-starred.

He worked continually throughout the 1990s, appearing in films such as Point Break (1991), Highlander 2 (1991), Article 99 (1992), Wagons East! (1994), Se7en (1995), The Rock (1996), Set It Off (1996), Nothing to Lose (1997) and Office Space (1999) (McGinley improvised several takes about his character's fondness for Michael Bolton). In 2007, he had a role as Chuck in the film Are We Done Yet?. He has also had a small role as a gay highway patrolman in the Touchstone Pictures film Wild Hogs.

McGinley has done voice-over work on animated television series, including the superhero The Atom on several episodes of Justice League Unlimited, a guest appearance as "The White Shadow", the secret government agent overseeing Huey Freeman on The Boondocks, voicing The Whammer on the PBS Kids Go! series WordGirl as well as the lead character in the Sony PSP video game Dead Head Fred.

McGinley received critical acclaim for his performance as a serial killer in Dean Koontz's suspense drama, Intensity (1997). It became Fox Television's highest-rated miniseries. He worked with Koontz and Fox once more in Sole Survivor (2000).

In 2001, McGinley began work as a regular on the NBC television show Scrubs as the acerbic Dr. Perry Cox. Throughout the series Dr. Cox acts as an unwilling mentor to the protagonist J.D. (Zach Braff). McGinley has said that there are three things over the course of the series that he improvises: his constant usage of girls' names for JD, which he does with all his real friends; his whistle, which he describes as "a bad habit"; and his habit of touching his nose, a tribute to Robert Redford's character in The Sting; he says the gesture means "It's gonna be OK."[17]

Since the NFL season of 2007, McGinley has played the "Commish" of the More Taste League commercials for Miller Lite. He has also done commercials for the Champions Tour, a professional golf tour for men over the age of 50.[18] In 2008, McGinley was the narrator of the documentary of the Detroit Red Wings' 2008 Stanley Cup Championship.[19] In 2009, McGinley started narrating commercials for ESPN.com.

McGinley wrote a 2005 book, Untalkative Bunny: How to Be Heard Without Saying a Word, for Big Tent Entertainment.

In 2008 McGinley was named an Honorary Patron of the University Philosophical Society, Trinity College, Dublin.

Recently, he was cast in the film adaptation of the comic book Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, and he plays the role of the classic Superman villain, Metallo.[20]

In 2012, it was announced that McGinley will be a recurring character on USA Network's Burn Notice as Michael Westen's original CIA trainer, Tom Card.[21] He was first introduced in the second episode of the show's sixth season.

In 2012, he appeared in a State Farm Insurance commercial as a father wanting his college graduate son to move out. Using the State Farm magic, he and his wife turn his son's room into a spa, a dojo, and a steam room.

He is currently acting in the Broadway revival of Glengarry Glen Ross as Dave Moss, alongside Al Pacino, Bobby Cannavale, Richard Schiff, David Harbour, and Jeremy Shamos.

Filmography

Film work

Year

Film

Role

Notes

1986

Sweet Liberty

Floyd

 

1986

Platoon

Sergeant O'Neill

 

1987

Wall Street

Marvin

 

1988

Talk Radio

Stu

 

1988

Shakedown

Sean Phillips

 

1989

Lost Angels

Dr. Farmer

 

1989

Born on the Fourth of July

Official #1 – Democratic Convention, Pushing Wheelchair

 

1989

Fat Man and Little Boy

Capt. Richard Schoenfield, MD

 

1989

Suffering Bastards

Buddy Johnson

Writer

1991

Point Break

FBI Agent Ben Harp

 

1991

Highlander II: The Quickening

David Blake

 

1992

Article 99

Dr. Rudy Bobrick

 

1992

Cruel Doubt

Attorney Jim Vos Burgh

 

1992

A Midnight Clear

Major Griffin

 

1993

Hear No Evil

Mickey O'Malley

 

1993

Watch It

Rick

Producer

1994

On Deadly Ground

MacGruder

 

1994

Surviving the Game

John Griffin

 

1994

Car 54, Where Are You?

Officer Francis Muldoon

 

1994

Wagons East!

Julian Rogers

 

1995

Born to Be Wild

Max Carr

 

1995

Se7en

California (SWAT leader)

 

1995

Nixon

Earl in Training Film

 

1996

Rock, TheThe Rock

Marine Captain Hendrix

 

1996

Set It Off

Detective Strode

 

1997

Flypaper

Joe

 

1997

Colin Fitz Lives!

Colin Fitz

 

1997

Intensity

Edgler Foreman Vess

 

1997

Truth or Consequences, N.M.

Eddie Grillo

 

1997

Nothing to Lose

Davis 'Rig' Lanlow

 

1998

Target Earth

Agent Vincent Naples

 

1999

Office Space

Bob Slydell

 

1999

Any Given Sunday

Jack Rose

 

1999

Three to Tango

Strauss

 

1999

Jack Bull, TheThe Jack Bull

Woody

 

2000

Get Carter

Con McCarty

 

2001

Summer Catch

Hugh Alexander

Uncredited

2001

Animal, TheThe Animal

Sgt. Sisk

 

2002

Stealing Harvard

Detective Charles

 

2002

Highway

Johnny the Fox

 

2002

Crazy as Hell

Parker

 

2003

Identity

George York

 

2005

Alien Planet

Narrator

 

2006

Puff, Puff, Pass

Jerry Dupree

 

2006

A.W.O.L.

Garris

 

2006

Two Tickets to Paradise

Mark

Won - Method Fest - Festival Directors Award

2007

Wild Hogs

Gay Highway Patrolman

 

2007

Are We Done Yet?

Chuck Mitchell Jr.

 

2008

American Crude

Jim

 

2009

Life's a Trip

Mark Hewson

 

2009

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

John Corben / Metallo (Voice)

Direct-to-video

2012

Alex Cross

Richard Brookwell

 

2013

42

Red Barber

 

Television work

Television work

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1985–1986

Another World

Ned

Unknown episodes

1988

Spenser: For Hire

K.C.

1 episode

1993

Last Outlaw, TheThe Last Outlaw

Wills

Television film

1994

Frasier

Danny Kriezel

Episode: "Seat of Power"

1997

Practice, TheThe Practice

Atty. Leonard Goode

2 episodes

1997

Intensity

Edgler Foreman Vess

Television film

1998

Pentagon Wars, TheThe Pentagon Wars

Col. J.D. Bock

Television film

2000

Sole Survivor

Victor Yates

Television film

2001–2010

Scrubs

Dr. Perry Cox

179 episodes
Series Regular
Nominated -
TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy (2002)
Nominated -
Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy (2002)

2002

Clone High

Doug Prepcourse (Voice)

1 episode

2003

Kim Possible

Rudolph "White Stripe" Farnsworth (Voice)

1 episode

2003

Spider-Man: The New Animated Series

Richard Damien (Voice)

2 episodes

2003.1 !2003–2005

Justice League Unlimited

The Atom (Voice)

4 episodes

2005

Alien Planet

Narrator

 

2006–2010

Boondocks, TheThe Boondocks

The White Shadow (Voice)

2 episodes

2008–present

WordGirl

The Whammer (Voice)

4 episodes

2011

Dan Vs.

Imposter Dan (voice)

2 episodes

2012

Burn Notice

Tom Card

6 episodes

Awards and nominations

Year

Award

Result

Category

Film or series

2002

Television Critics Association Awards

Nominated

Individual Achievement in Comedy

Scrubs

2003

Satellite Awards

Nominated

Best Performance by an Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical

Scrubs

2006

Method Fest

Won

Festival Director's Award

Two Tickets to Paradise

References

1.       ^ John C. McGinley Biography (1959–)

2.       ^ Irish America Magazine

3.       ^ Biography of John McGinley, AllAmericanSpeakers.com. Accessed August 2, 2011. "A tall, lanky actor who honed his craft on stage before hitting his stride as a character actor in films and TV, John C. McGinley was born in NYC's Greenwich Village and raised in Short Hills, New Jersey."

4.       ^ "NYU Graduate Acting Alumni". 2011. http://gradacting.tisch.nyu.edu/object/ga_alumbios.html. Retrieved 2011-12-01.

5.       ^ iParenting.com's Dedicated Dads: John C. McGinley. Retrieved March 21, 2007.

6.       ^ The Ceremony was conducted by Mary Jean
Valente of A Ceremony of the Heart Scrubs Star John C. McGinley Gets Married retrieved April 9, 2007

7.       ^ John C. McGinley Welcomes Daughter Kate Aleena

8.       ^ John C. McGinley Interview. Retrieved October 21, 2007.

9.       ^ "A Message from the Buddy Walk Spokesman" Retrieved March 21, 2007.

10.    ^ "John C McGinley Interview with Chet Cooper" Retrieved April 03, 2012.

11.    ^ [1] Retrieved November 19, 2008.

12.    ^ Chris Chelios' new team: The Malibu Mob | Freep.com | Detroit Free Press

13.    ^ MSN TV Blog: Paging Dr. Cox: 'Scrubs' Doc John
C. McGinley Dishes on His Motor-Mouthed Alter Ego,
His Famous Friends and His Elle MacPherson Jones

14.    ^ Johnny C Bio Site retrieved August 23, 2007

15.    ^ YouTube – Broadcast Yourself

16.    ^ Suffering Bastards at the Internet Movie Database

17.    ^ Scrubs DVD special features

18.    ^ GOLFONLINE – Shooting Star: John C. McGinley

19.    ^ McGinley narrates the Wings' Cup journey

20.    ^ Superman: The Animated Series DVD news: Announcement for Superman/Batman: Public Enemies | TVShowsonDVD.com

21.    ^ [2]

External links

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Name

McGinley, John C.

Alternative names

 

Short description

 

Date of birth

1959-8-3

Place of birth

New York City, New York, U.S.

Date of death

 

Place of death

 







 









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Födelsenamn

Annika Maria Lundqvist

Född

14 oktober 1963 (49 år)
Västra Frölunda

[Visa]

 Guldbaggen

   

Bästa kvinnliga huvudroll
2005 – Den bästa av mödrar
Bästa kvinnliga biroll
2008 –
Himlens hjärta

IMDb

Annika Maria Lundqvist, född 14 oktober 1963 i Västra Frölunda, är en svensk skådespelare från Hälsö utanför Göteborg.

Lundqvist är utbildad vid Teaterhögskolan i Göteborg och har varit anställd vid Göteborgs stadsteater, Folkteatern och Backateatern, Stockholms Stadsteater, Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern. Som komiker slog hon igenom på allvar när hon medverkade i Povel Ramels revy Kolla klotet Lorensbergsteatern i Göteborg, som senare spelades på Cirkus i Stockholm 1996.

 

 



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Maria Lundqvist läser en saga på NK i Stockholm julen 2012.

 

Lundqvist har gjort många humoristiska kvinnoporträtt, exempelvis den burleska Sally i SVT 1998. Hon gjorde stor succé i musikalen Guys and Dolls Oscarsteatern i Stockholm och har under flera perioder samarbetat med showgruppen Triple & Touch. Hon har belönats med Guldmasken vid två tillfällen. Maria Lundqvist har medverkat i långfilmer som Sprängaren, Familjehemligheter, Heartbreak Hotel.

Lundqvist blev tilldelad Guldbagge för sin roll som Signe i Den bästa av mödrar 2006 och för rollen i Himlens hjärta 2009. Hon har även tilldelats TV 4:s filmpris Guldsolen 2005.

Hösten 2007 gjorde hon rollen som Lina Lamont i Singin' in the Rain Oscarsteatern. Hösten 2009 spelade Lundqvist rollen som Norma Desmond i musikalen Sunset Boulevard av Andrew Lloyd Webber. Musikalen hade Skandinavienpremiär på Värmlandsoperan, Karlstad den 24 september 2009.

Hon tilldelades 2010 års Karamelodiktstipendium.

Hösten 2010 hade hon premiär för sin egen show Blottad Rival. Våren 2011 gick föreställningen på turné med Riksteatern.

Våren 2012 spelade Lundqvist huvudrollen som Kajsa i SVT-Dramas 30 grader i februari.

Filmer och TV-serier, i urval

Utmärkelser

2010 Karamelodiktstipendiet

SCEN 2011 JULSHOW, Färs och Frosta Sparbank Arena

  • 2011 Blottad, Sverigeturné
  • 2010 Blottad, Rival Stockholm
  • 2010 SINGIN´IN THE RAIN, Lina Lamont, Singin' in the Rain Oscarsteatern Stockholm
  • 2009 SUNSET BOULEVARD, Norma Desmond, Värmlandsoperan Karlstad
  • 2008 MARIA&PÄR, Cirkus och Sverigeturné
  • 2008 STJÄRNOR PÅ PARK, Christmas Show Göteborg
  • 2007-08 TVÅ GENERATIONER LUNDQVIST, Sverigeturné Musik i Väst.
  • 2007-08 SINGIN´IN THE RAIN, Lina Lamont, Singin' in the Rain Oscarsteatern Stockholm
  • 2005 EN VÄRLDSKLASSISK KONSERT, Turné med Norrköpings symfoniorkester
  • 2003 LADUSPRALL, Povel Ramel, Hasses Lada
  • 2002 SOM NI VILL HA DET, Rosalinda, Stockholms Stadsteater
  • 2001 STEREO, Triple & Touch och Maria Lundqvist, Trägår’n, Göteborg
  • 2000 Triple & Touch VS MARIA, Sverigeturné
  • 1999 EN KVÄLL PÅ CIRKUS, Triple & Touch och Maria Lundqvist Krogshow, Cirkus Stockholm
  • 1999 RHAPSODY IN ROCK, Sverigeturné
  • 1998-99 GUYS & DOLLS, Adelaide, Oscarsteatern Stockholm
  • 1996-97 KOLLA KLOTET, Revy Povel Ramel, Cirkus Stockholm och Lorensbergsteatern Göteborg
  • 1996 DROTTNINGENS JUVELSMYCKE, Tintomara, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1995-96 LINJE LUSTA, Blanche, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1995 JEPPE PÅ BERGET, Nilla, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1994 CABARET, Sally Bowles, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1994 KANIN, KANIN, Kanin Kanin, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1993 ROPET FRÅN LIVET, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1992 TRETTONDAGSAFTON, Maria Kammarjungfrun, Backateatern Göteborg (gästframträdanden i Stockholm, Holland, Sevilla, Madrid och Chile)
  • 1991 JAG & TANT DAN, Flickan, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1991 PAPPAS FLICKA, Stadsteatern Göteborg
  • 1988 TUNGT GRÄS, Eloine, Folkteatern Göteborg
  • 1988 KNÄCKEBRÖD MED HOVMÄSTARSÅS, Hedvig Elisabeth, Folkteatern Göteborg
  • 1987 BINGO, BANGO, BONGO, revy, Fria Proteatern
  • 1986 DEN INBILLADE SJUKE, Angelique, Dramaten Stockholm

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