So here's the first installment of what I've called "All Roads Lead To Marvel" with today's citations in the history of Marvel itself!
She first appeared in this franchise in Avengers: Age Of Ultron (2015) in the guise of 'Laura Barton' ... or perhaps as she's better known as 'Mrs. Hawkeye.' As fate (and the script!) would have it, her character made a return in the ultimate cinematic extravaganza Avengers: Endgame (2019). Her current profile on IMDB.com (here) doesn't indicate a return to the franchise, but we all know that Marvel's biggest secrets are kept well under wrap. I, for one, hope we haven't seen the last of her.
Cardellini was born on this day in 1975.
Back in the days when Disney wanted to capture some of that Marvel magic on plain old broadcast television, the creative powers that be were tapped with giving Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. life on the small screen. And life they gave it as the show racked up an impressive seven seasons. Granted, the program was never a ratings juggernaut, but in its own small way S.H.I.E.L.D. broke creative ground by giving modestly budgeted adventures a prime time slot across America and around the world.
Early in the show's history, actress Shannon Lucio (IMDB.com profile here) brought her own measure of talent to the show. Alas, she wasn't there long, but it was great to have her there while we did. Naturally, SciFiHistory.Net wishes her luck and good fortune wherever her feet might deliver her next!
That said, can I get a round of applause for the lovely Corrina Roshea? Born on this day in 1982, this award-winning stuntwoman has rough-and-tumbled her way through an incredible assortment of genre programs (just check out her full resume on IMDB.com right here), but this citation is about Marvel. In that field, I'm seeing work aboard Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Fox TV's The Gifted series, and Avengers: Endgame (2019) deserving your immediate attention.
Remember: those big name stars couldn't look as good as they do on the silver screen without folks like Roshea, so let's all be thankful she's up to the task.
And just what are her contributions to the wide, wide world of Marvel?
In case you don't recognize her, she played the 13-year-old version of 'Carol Danvers' aboard Marvel's Captain Marvel (2019). How very cool is that? At present, IMDB.com has no indications that she'll return for another picture in that mythology, but you never know as scripts continue to be revised even through active shooting. We'll keep our fingers crossed.
Grace was born on this day in 2006.
That's all we have for today, folks. As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!