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Born: December 21, 1955 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Greendale, Wisconsin, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Lost on Purpose (2013)
Elizabeth James operates a third generation dairy farm in the San Joaquin Valley. Her fierce independence puts her at odds with the area's largest co-op run by Delbert Furgeson who is determined to push her out.
2.
Reviving Ophelia (2010)
Sixteen year old Elizabeth Kent thinks she has found the love of her life in seventeen year old Mark Stanton, but when he becomes physically and emotionally abusive, she still finds it difficult to break free from their tumultuous relationship.
3.
Jenifer Estess Story, The (2001) as Valerie Estess
The true story of New York theater producer Jenifer Estess and her two sisters. Estess was diagnosed with ALS, an incurable motor neurological disease and has since launched Project ALS, raising close to $1 million to date for research.
4.
Pleasantville (1998) as David'S Mom
Pleasantville is a 1950s sitcom enjoying cult status on a contemporary cable channel. David loves it, but his sister Jennifer is too hip. When a mysterious TV repairman gives them a new remote control, the pair are transported into the world of Pleasantville like it or not. They find themselves trapped in an alternate reality where the town exists in black and white--in a white bread world without passion or violence. But the teenagers have also brought an unexpected--and double-edged--gift to Pleasantville: a sense of possibility that spreads like wildfire throughout the town. There can be no turning back once the citizens begin experiencing such strange wonders as sex, art, rain, and ideas. First it is a red rose, a blade of green grass, eyes turn hazel... flesh tones shock and anger with their beauty. Gradually, the infection spreads Pleasantville becomes divided--rife for the first time with stark differences as it attempts to grasp the kaleidoscopic new world before it.
5.
Wildly Available (1997) as Rita
A married man, experiencing a mid-life crisis, jopardizes everything when he has an affair with a young prostitute dominatrix.
6.
Chamber, The (1996) as Dr Anne Biddows
In 28 days, convicted killer and white supremacist Sam Cayhall will die in the Mississippi gas chamber for the 1967 bombing murders of two small children. While counting down his final days, Sam is visited by a stranger: young, inexperienced law associate Adam Hall, who comes to Parchman Prison to t
7.
Without Warning (1994) as "Evening World News" Science Editor Dr Caroline Jaffe
True-to-life science-fiction drama played out as a newscast covering the aftermath of three asteroid impacts in remote areas of Wyoming, France and China. Motivated by the comet Shoemaker-Levy-9's impacts on the planet Jupiter in July 1994.
8.
All's Fair (1989) as Linda
When a group of stressed-out executives go to the country for a weekend of paint-gun war games, it's anything but relaxing. This is particularly true for Ann, who is tired of being passed over for promotions by men who perform better in the company's war game retreats. Fed up, she joins forces wit
9.
D.O.A. (1988) as Gail Cornell
Story about an English professor poisoned with a slow-acting toxin who has 24 hours to discover the identities of the people who poisoned him.
10.
Vice Versa (1988) as Robyn
A kid and his father switch bodies due to a mysterious skull.
11.
Three Kings, The (1987) as Dr Paula Bolet
A Christmas story about three inmates from a mental institution who believe they are The Three Wise Men of the Bible. They escape on camelback into the urban sprawl of Los Angeles in a whimsical search for the Christ child.
12.
Christmas Gift, The (1986) as Susan
A big city architect surveys a site in a small Colorado town which seems to have remained unchanged for a hundred years, and where all the inhabitants believe in Santa Claus.
13.
Right of the People (1986) as Alicia Frost
The dramatic change which occurs when an American city passes a local law allowing people to carry guns for self-defense after a holdup becomes a massacre, is examined in this television movie.
14.
Heavenly Kid, The (1985) as Emily
A dead man is sent back to be a guardian angel to a teenage boy that is facing similar problems as the dead man faced before he died.
15.
Something About Amelia (1984) as Mrs Hall
Controversial, highly publicized drama about incest, spotlighted at the time as TV's "last taboo," with Ted Danson -- as far from his "Cheers" character of Sam Malone as imaginable -- playing the father accused by his teenage daughter of having sex with her. Original, more exploitive title was "Daddy's Little Girl." Emmy Award nominations included Outstanding Drama Special, actor, actress, supporting actress (Zal), director, writer, composer and film editor.
16.
Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (1984) as Donna Olian
Realistic dramatization of the fatal Air Florida crash in Washington, D.C. in January 1982, and its effects on the survivors, their families and those who helped in the rescue attempts. Among the notable sidelights: the crash itself is never shown and the rescues are staged from a heated pool in the
17.
Door to Door (1984) as Katharine Holloway
18.
Falling in Love (1984) as Ann Raftis
A chance meeting could lead married commuters to an affair.
19.
Uncommon Valor (1983) as Mrs Wilkes
A man's son has been missing in Vietnam for ten years. No longer able to live the nightmare of not knowing whether his son is dead or alive, he decides to take matters into his own hands. Utilizing the strength of his own convictions, he enlists the help of a number of men to rescue his son and all the MIAs.
20.
For Lovers Only (1982) as Margie Spoleto
Viewed as a land-locked "Love Boat," this comedy pilot about a honeymoon haven in the Poconos run by its founder/owner Andy Griffith, his career minded daughter Deborah Raffin, and her unsuccessful playwright husband Gary Sandy, has the predictable assortment of TV luminaries as guests. The prospective series was to have been titled "Honeymoon Hotel."

Cast (special)

21.
56th Annual Writers Guild Awards, The (2004) as Host
Highlights from the presentation of the 56th Annual Writers Guild Awards, which honors the best in writing for film and television.
22.
10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (2004) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 10th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards, honoring the best in acting for film and television.
23.
TV GUIDE'S GREATEST MOMENTS (2003) as Special Appearance
TV Guide magazine presents this two-hour ABC special honoring television's top moments and personalities. In addition to tribute packages honoring the top moments and trends in television, fans got to vote via ballots and the Internet for their favorite actors and actresses in comedy, drama, and re
24.
55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 55th annual Primetime Emmy awards.
25.
Great Women of Television Comedy: A Museum of Television & Radio Special (2003) as Interviewee
Television clips and interviews salute the great women of television comedy.
26.
John Ritter Remembered (2003) as Interviewee
A look back on the life of comedic actor John Ritter through archival performance and interview footage.
27.
Tracey Ullman in The Trailer tales (2003)
Special in which actress/comedian Tracey Ullman plays a cast of eclectic characters whose anecdotes are documented by alter-ego Ruby Romaine, a showbiz make-up artist and mingler who tells tales big and small while prettying up the faces of Hollywood.
28.
Intimate Portrait: Jane Kaczmarek (2002) as Interviewee
Details the life of actress Jane Kaczmarek through interviews with those close to her.
29.
53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
30.
2001 TV Guide Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 3rd annual TV Guide Awards presentation, voted by readers of the magazine, honoring television series and performers from the Shrine Expo Center in Los Angeles, California. The program launches a new awards category, "TV Moment of the Year," designed to identify the most poignant, co
31.
America: A Tribute to Heroes (2001)
A live, commercial-free benefit for the victims of the attacks of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
32.
3rd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2001)
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who best represent family programming and values. The catagories and honorees are: Actor (Tom Cavanaugh from "Ed"); Actress (Lauren Graham from "Gilmore Girls" and Jane Ka
33.
15th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 15th annual American Comedy Awards presentation from Universal Studios Hollywood. Award categories include Funniest Television Series, Funniest Female/Male Performer in a Television Special, Funniest Motion Picture, Funniest Actress/Actor in a Motion Picture and the Career Achievemen
34.
Wisconsin: An American Portrait (2000) as Voice
A retrospective of Wisconsin's first 150 years as the nation's 30th state. The program highlights the turbulent battle between early settlers and the great native Chief Blackhawk and Wisconsin's part in the underground railroad. Some of Wisconsin's actors bring the state's history to life by reading
35.
SAG Awards Show (1999)
Live presentation of the 7th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. Honors performances in five film categories and eight television categories. In addition, SAG presents its Life Achievement Award, celebrating career achievement as well as humanitarian a
36.
Educating Mom (1996) as Nancy Gallagher
A mother decides to return to high school in order to graduate. This results in an educational experience for her and her son, who is also attending the same school.
37.
Boys Will Be Boys (1994) as Mary Reed
A teenager takes legal action against her high school when her complaints of sexual harassment are mishandled. Based on a true story.
38.
Journey Into Genius (1988) as Susan Glaspell
Drama tracing the early artistic development of the writer Eugene O'Neill.
39.
Last Leaf, The (1984) as Joanna Brady
The story of a very sick girl who believes that when the last leaf of a dying vine is blown away by the winter wind, she will die. An aging artist risks his life to give the girl the hope she needs to live, by secretly painting the last leaf on the wall to which the vine clings. Based on the story b

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

40.
Apollo 11 (1996) as Jan Armstrong
41.
Spooner (1989) as Gail Archer

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

42.
I'll Take Manhattan (1987) as Nina Stern
Tinselly eight-hour miniseries based on Judith Krantz's best-selling romantic novel of, as the publicity releases heralded, "a young woman's struggle to preserve her father's magazine empire against treachery from within, set against the glamorous, exciting and powerful world of New York magazine pu

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