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Colleen Wheeler is a Actor Canadien born on 21 march 1967

Colleen Wheeler

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Nationality Canada
Birth 21 march 1967 (55 years)

Colleen Wheeler est une actrice canadienne née le 21 mars 1967.

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Diablo Cody
Diablo Cody
(1 films)
Jessica Biel
Jessica Biel
(1 films)
Jeff Probst
Jeff Probst
(1 films)
Jason Reitman
Jason Reitman
(1 films)
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Filmography of Colleen Wheeler (4 films)

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Tully
Tully (2018)
, 1h36
Directed by Jason Reitman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Actors Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Mark Duplass, Ron Livingston, Elaine Tan, Colleen Wheeler
Roles Dr. Smythe
Rating68% 3.4487653.4487653.4487653.4487653.448765
Marlo, âgée d'une quarantaine d'années, accouche de son troisième enfant. Comme cadeau de naissance, son frère Craig engage une nounou de nuit mais Marlo refuse. Elle est rapidement débordée et épuisée par cette nouvelle maternité et finit par accepter la venue d'une nounou prénommée Tully dont la présence la réconforte et l'apaise.
The Tall Man, 1h40
Directed by Pascal Laugier
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about children
Actors Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland, Stephen McHattie, William B. Davis, Samantha Ferris, Colleen Wheeler
Roles Mrs. Johnson
Rating59% 2.950922.950922.950922.950922.95092
Julia lives in a small town in Washington called Cold Rock. She is the town's local nurse, widowed by her husband, who was the town's doctor. Cold Rock was formerly a prosperous mining town, but has become poverty-stricken. There is little work, the school has been closed and the town is virtually vanished from the map. During her day, Julia visits several families. Jenny and Carol live with their mother and her violent, alcoholic boyfriend, who has impregnated Carol. Despite this, their mother did not kick him out, drawing Julia's ire. Instead, she sends away Carol and her baby, whom Julia helped to deliver. Because of her rough life, Jenny is selectively mute, communicating through a journal she carries. She also sketches things she's seen, including "the tall man". This is a local legend or urban myth surrounding a being who abducts local children who are never seen again.
Finder's Fee, 1h40
Directed by Jeff Probst
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Escroquerie
Actors Erik Palladino, James Earl Jones, Ryan Reynolds, Carly pope, Dash Mihok, Matthew Lillard
Roles Female Cop
Rating62% 3.14973.14973.14973.14973.1497
The film takes place over the course of a single evening. Tepper, played by Erik Palladino, finds a wallet on his way home from work. He contacts the owner of the wallet by telephone, and then later discovers that the wallet contains the winning ticket in a $6 million lottery.
Cabin by the Lake, 1h31
Directed by Po-Chih Leong, Po-Chih Leong
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about writers, Serial killer films
Actors Judd Nelson, Hedy Burress, Daniella Evangelista, Michael Weatherly, Susan Gibney, Colleen Wheeler
Roles Lauren
Rating55% 2.7515152.7515152.7515152.7515152.751515
The film opens with Stanley (Judd Nelson) on his boat in the middle of Summit Lake. After speaking with his agent, Regan (Susan Gibney) over the phone, Stanley accesses a hidden room in his house revealing a young woman who is chained to the floor by her ankle. He greets the woman and calls her Kimberly (Daniella Evangelista) as he places a plate of food in front of her. When he leaves the room, Kimberly walks over to the mirror and begins to cry, unaware that Stanley is studying her on the other side. Afterwards, Stanley brings her a fresh change of clothes and instructs her to dress, before gagging her with an orange and binding her hands behind her back. He forcibly escorts her onto his boat and drives out to the middle of Summit Lake, where he ties a cement block around her ankles. Curious about her predicament, he asks Kimberly how she feels, but the terrified woman does not respond. Stanley then pushes her into the lake, but promptly pulls her back up by the hair to study her expression before letting her sink to the bottom. Later, Stanley returns home to resume working on his script using the details he had gleaned from his latest victim. The next morning, he dives to the bottom of Summit Lake to tend his "garden", which consists of several women kidnapped and drowned in a similar fashion.