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Dawn Halfkenny


Dawn Halfkenny is known for her work on Osiris (2011), Nothing Like Thanksgiving and Inner Demons the Thrillogy (2013). See full bio »
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Known For

Osiris
Osiris Agent Reeves
(2011)
Words to Kill
Words to Kill Stacie Bonet
(2011)

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 2011 Let's Stay Together (TV Series) (stand-in - 9 episodes)
- Together, Forever-Ever? (2011) ... (stand-in)
- Back Together Again (2011) ... (stand-in)
- Daddy's Home (2011) ... (stand-in)
- Rules of Disengagement (2011) ... (stand-in)
- There Goes the Groom (2011) ... (stand-in)
 2009 I Can Do Bad All by Myself (stand-in - uncredited)
 2007-2008 House of Payne (TV Series) (stand-in - 40 episodes)
- We've Come This Far by Faith: Part 2 (2008) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- We've Come This Far by Faith: Part 1 (2008) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- The Last Supper (2008) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- Party Over Here! (2008) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
- All Is Not Lost (2008) ... (stand-in - uncredited)
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Dawnisha Halfkenny

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