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Ellen Marlow

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Actress who have starred in the 2008 film The Clique and appeared in Quid Pro Quo. She got her first performing experience in an area stage production from the Wizard of Oz. She got guest television jobs on CSI: Criminal offense Scene Investigation, Lawbreaker Minds, and Cool Case. She was extremely near her older sibling, J.R. She performed the young edition of Vera Farmiga’s personality in the 2008 crisis Quid Pro Quo.

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Full Name Ellen Marlow
Date Of Birth February 22, 1994
Place Of Birth Dallas, TX
Profession Movie Actress
Nationality American
Siblings J.R. Marlow
Movies The Clique, Quid Pro Quo, What We Became
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#Fact
1Texas, visiting her family. [August 2005]
2Manhattan, New York, rehearsing for "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" [March 2005]
3Her mother would always say "nothing ventured, nothing gained". That was what gave them both the courage to take a show at Ellen first Broadway audition.
4Occasionally saw productions at the Dallas Children's Theater when she was younger.
5She has an older brother, J.R., who also enjoys acting.
6During her first audition for "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", Ellen sang the song that brought the house down when she was younger, "Don't Rain on my Parade".


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver2015TV SeriesAmber
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation2010TV SeriesSinger #3
Criminal Minds2010TV SeriesLindsay
What We Became2009ShortSunshine Harris
The Forgotten2009TV SeriesAmy Benedict
The Clique2008VideoClaire Lyons
Cold Case2008TV SeriesLaura Finch '69
Cory in the House2008TV SeriesUp With Goodness Singer
Quid Pro Quo2008/IYoung Fiona

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Tyra Banks Show2008TV Series

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