Tricia Leigh Fisher started her acting career at the age of 17. Known for making audiences laugh, Fisher began her acting career in comedies like "Chud II: Bud the Chud" (1989) and the Keith Coogan film "Book of Love" (1991). She also appeared in the TV movie "Strange Voices" (NBC, 1987-88). She had an early role on the television special "Time Out For Dad" (NBC, 1986-87). She kept working in film throughout the nineties, starring in the Nick Nolte dramatic comedy "I'll Do Anything" (1994) and "Hostile Intentions" (1996). She also appeared in the TV special "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade" (NBC, 1994-95). Her work around this time also included a part on the TV movie "The Good Doctor: The Paul Fleiss Story" (CBS, 1995-96). She also was featured in the TV movie "These Old Broads" (ABC, 2000-01). Most recently, Fisher acted in the period drama "Saving Grace B. Jones" (2012) with Penelope Ann Miller. Fisher was married to Byron Thames and had one child.