Full name, Joelle Marie Carter. Education: Attended Augusta College for two years.
Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 41 Madison Ave., 33rd Floor, New York, NY 10036.
Career: Actress. Previously worked as a model.
First office worker, The Horse Whisperer, Buena Vista, 1998.
Heidi Wilson, Suits, Taurus Entertainment, 1999.
Amy, Just One Time, 1999.
Josee, Swimming, Oceanside Pictures, 2000.
Penny Hardwick, High Fidelity, Buena Vista, 2000.
Brenda, Famous (also known as Lisa Picard Is Famous), 2000.
Claire Parker, It Had To Be You, Regent Entertainment, 2000.
Amy, "Just One Time," Boys Life 3, Strand Releasing, 2000.
Lynn, Dial 9 for Love (also known as Men Are Dogs), Amberlon Pictures, 2001.
Natalie, American Pie 2, Universal, 2001.
Kate, The Perfect You (also known as Crazy Little Thing), Screen Media Films LLC, 2002.
Monique, Justice, 2003.
Sam, When Will I Be Loved, IFC Films, 2004.
Stacey, Nick and Stacey (short film), 2005.
Cathy, Cold Storage, 2006.
Television Appearances; Series:
Heather Miles, Wonderland, ABC, 2000.
Patrice Locicero, Inconceivable, NBC, 2005.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Lucinda Kempers, Quarantine, ABC, 1999.
Sandra Bonventure (some sources cite Ellen Goldman), Final Jeopardy, ABC, 2001.
Lauren, Tempting Adam, Oxygen, 2004.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Donna Richland, "Girlfriends," Law & Order, NBC, 1996.
Sharon, "Gina," The Job, 2002.
Tori, "Judgment Day," Third Watch, NBC, 2002.
Tori, "Castles of Sand," Third Watch, NBC, 2003.
Tori, "Snow Blind," Third Watch, NBC, 2003.
Cassandra Nichols, "Memories," The Jury, Fox, 2004.
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