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Malin Åkerman

Malin Maria Åkerman (born May 12, 1978) is a Swedish–Canadian actress and model born in Stockholm, Sweden. She moved to Canada at the age of two and as a child appeared in several television commercials before going on to win a modeling contract at age sixteen. Åkerman's subsequent acting career began with her debut on the Canadian television series Earth: Final Conflict in 1997, followed by many small television and film parts, including The Utopian Society (2003) and Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004). Åkerman gained her first starring role as Lila in The Heartbreak Kid (2007), opposite Ben Stiller and the following year played a supporting role in the romantic comedy 27 Dresses (2008) with Katherine Heigl. In 2009, Åkerman got her big break when cast as Silk Spectre II in the superhero film Watchmen, for which she received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Other notable films include The Proposal, Couples Retreat, and The Bang Bang Club. Description above from the Wikipedia article Malin Åkerman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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The Brothers Solomon

Character : Tara

Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

Character : Liane

27 Dresses

Character : Tess Nichols


The Heartbreak Kid

Character : Lila

Heavy Petting

Character : Daphne


Character : Laurie Jupiter / Silk Spectre II

The Romantics

Character : Tripler

The Bang Bang Club

Character : Robin Comley


Character : Annie

The Proposal

Character : Gertrude

Rock of Ages

Character : Constance Sack


Character : Eva

Couples Retreat

Character : Ronnie

Elektra Luxx

Character : Trixie


Character : Tes

The Numbers Station

Character : Katherine

The Giant Mechanical Man

Character : Jill

Cottage Country

Character : Cammie Ryan


Character : Debbie Harry


Character : Riley Jeffers

Hotel Noir

Character : Swedish Mary

I'll See You in My Dreams

Character : Katherine Petersen

The Ticket

Character : Sam

The Utopian Society

Character : Tanci

The Skulls

Character : Coed


Character : Emily Hynes


Character : Herself - Narrator (voice)

A Path Appears

Character : Herself

The Phenomenon: The Comic That Changed Comics

Character : Herself

The Invasion

Character : Autumn

Say It Ain't Solo

Character : Herself

The Final Girls

Character : Nancy / Amanda Cartwright

Camp Hollywood

Character : Herself


Character : Claire Wyden

The Circle

Character : Tess

City of Sin

Character : Swedish Mary


Character : Molly

To the Stars

Character : Grace Richmond

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The Others

Character : Diane Stillman

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Character : No character defined

Earth: Final Conflict

Character : Avatar

Love Monkey

Character : No character defined

Love Monkey

Character : Kira Dungen


Character : Maddy Dodge


Character : No character defined


Character : Karen Bronte


Character : Alex

Burning Love

Character : Willow

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Character : No character defined

Robot Chicken

Character : Black Widow

Robot Chicken

Character : Nerd's Niece

How I Met Your Mother

Character : No character defined


Character : No character defined

The Comeback

Character : Juna Millken

Relic Hunter

Character : Elena


Character : Lara Axelrod

Megan Wants a Millionaire

Character : Kate

Twice in a Lifetime

Character : No character defined

Twice in a Lifetime

Character : Ramona Dubois


Character : No character defined

Funny or Die Presents

Character : Cast (Holdup)

Trophy Wife

Character : Kate Harrison


Character : Lucy

Sin City Saints

Character : Dusty Halford

Childrens Hospital

Character : Dr. Valarie Flame

Lip Sync Battle

Character : Herself


Character : Guest

The Talk

Character : No character defined