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Valerie Cutko

Valerie Cutko is an actress, known for The Phantom of the Opera (2004), Les Misérables (2012) and Lonelygirl15 (2006). She was previously married to Terence Bayler. See full bio »

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The Phantom of the Opera Female Ensemble
Les Misérables Ensemble Paris Beggar
Lonelygirl15 Michelle Clore
Darling Neighbour


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 2015 The Sound of Music Live (TV Movie)
Party and Concert Ensemble
 2014 Water Earth Wind Fire (Short)
 2014 Omlet (TV Mini-Series)
Alice Guy Blanche
 2013 Darling (Short)
 2013 Beneath the Diamond Sky (Short)
The Seer
 2012 Les Misérables
Ensemble Paris Beggar
 2012/II Cold Shoulder (Short)
Linda Alden
 2011 The Buggy Grand Prix (Short)
Posh Mum
 2010 Bridge Over Blue (Short)
Art Teacher
 2010 Material Girl (TV Series)
Japonica Stone
- Episode #1.5 (2010) ... Japonica Stone
 2009 Filthy (Short)
Respectable Person
 2008 Lonelygirl15 (TV Series)
Michelle Clore
- Computer Penetration (2008) ... Michelle Clore
- Outta Here (2008) ... Michelle Clore
- What Is She Saying? (2008) ... Michelle Clore
 2005 The Robinsons (TV Series)
Sofia Robinson
- Episode #1.2 (2005) ... Sofia Robinson
 2004 The Phantom of the Opera
Female Ensemble
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 2004 The Phantom of the Opera (performer: "Down Once More/Track Down This Murderer")

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She performed in Martin Charnin's revue, "9 1/2 Quid Revue," at the King's Head Theatre in London, England with Linda Marlowe, Geri Feeney, Jack Rebaldi, Annemarie Lewis Thomas, and Chris Vincent in the cast. See more »

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