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Chatelain, Christine

CHATELAIN, Christine





Film Appearances:

Zoie, Late Night Sessions, Asylum, 1999.

Blake Dreyer, Final Destination, New Line Cinema, 2000.

Kaitlin, Seeking Winonas, Belial Productions/Rushlight Entertainment, 2001.

Sexy waitress, 3000 Miles to Graceland, Warner Bros., 2001.

Andie, 40 Days and 40 Nights (also known as 40 jours et 40 nuits), Miramax, 2002.

Tonya, Stark Raving Mad, Newmarket Capital Group, 2002.

Mitzi Cole, Intern Academy (also known as White-coats), TVA Films, 2004.

Television Appearances; Series:

Taylor, The Collector, 2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Ellen, For Hope, ABC, 1996.

Monica, Don't Look behind You, Fox Family Channel, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Devia, "When in Rome …," Breaker High, UPN, 1997.

Young Max's mother, "Heat," Dark Angel, Fox, 2000.

Young Max's mother, "C.R.E.A.M.," Dark Angel, Fox, 2000.

Moreena, "Prime Location," The Immortal, syndicated, 2000.

Jenny Tergeson, "The Last Dance," Mysterious Ways, PAX, 2001.

Allie Prescott, "House of Shadows," Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Fox, 2002.

"Bet Your Life," Just Cause, PAX, 2002.

Nicole, "Cabin Pressure," The Dead Zone, USA Network, 2003.

Cavava, "The Spider's Stratagem," Andromeda (also known as Gene Roddenberry's "Andromeda"), syndicated, 2004.

Also appeared in Glory Days, The WB; and as Lorelei, 2gether: The Series, MTV.

Television Appearances; Other:

Farrah, "Disco Inferno," Strange Frequency (pilot), VH1, 2001.

Brenda, Out of Order (miniseries), Showtime, 2003.

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