LARSEN THOMPSON

Larsen has been dancing, acting, and modeling professionally for several years. She has a passion for dance and has been recognized throughout the industry for her work as a dancer/actor on many live television shows- The Voice, Kids Teen Choice Awards, Radio Disney Music Awards, X-Factor, and Disney/Nickelodeon shows – as well as working with …
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Actress (8 credits)
 2018/III Bloodline
Kelly
 2017 Mean Girl’s Jingle Bell Rock (Video short)
 2016 Sia: The Greatest (Video short)
Dancer
 2016 What’s Happening (TV Series)
Whats Happening

Radio Disney Music Awards 2016 (2016) … Whats Happening (uncredited)
 2013 Shake It Up (TV Series)
Dancer

Opposites Attract It Up (2013) … Dancer
 2011 The Fresh Beat Band (TV Series)
Dancer

Keeping It Green (2011) … Dancer (credit only)
 2010/I I Am
Daughter
Hide Hide Show Show Self (7 credits)
 2016 Dance Video Throwdown (TV Movie)
Herself
 2015 America’s Got Talent (TV Series)
Sugar n Spice Crew

Audition 3 (2015) … Sugar n Spice Crew
 2015 The Voice (TV Series)
Dancer

Live Top 6 Eliminations (2015) … Dancer (uncredited)
 2013 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2013 (TV Special)
Dancer
 2012 The X Factor (TV Series)
Dancer

Top 12 Perform (2012) … Dancer
 2012 Dr. Phil (TV Series)
Dancer

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MELISSA ORDWAY

Melissa Ordway

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Melissa Ordway
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Ordway in 2014
Born
Melissa Pam Ordway

(1983-03-31) March 31, 1983 (age 35)

Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2004–present
Spouse(s)
Justin Gaston (m. 2012)
Children 2

Melissa Pam Ordway Gaston[1] (born March 31, 1983[2]) is an American actress and model. She has modeled in many campaigns and acted in such films as 17 Again and on television in Privileged. She currently portrays the character of Abby Newman on the drama series The Young and the Restless.

Life[edit]

Ordway was born in Atlanta, Georgia, an only child, to John and Christine Ordway. She began doing community theatre in Atlanta and also acting in theatre productions at her high school in Snellville, Georgia. She starred in the stage performances of Beauty and the Beast, The Women, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and many other shows. After graduating from high school, Ordway attended Georgia State University and is a member of the Delta Zeta sorority. While at Georgia State, Melissa was chosen to participate in a reality show on MTV called The Assistant. She won the show and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting and modeling.[3]

On September 22, 2012 she married Justin Gaston, whom she met during the filming of Escapee.[4] In 2016, Gaston and Ordway adopted their first child, a daughter named Olivia.[5] Ordway gave birth to their second daughter, Sophie Jolie, on December 9, 2017.[6][7]

Career[edit]

Modeling[edit]

She moved to Los Angeles and signed with Nous Model Management. She started booking national campaigns and magazine covers almost immediately. Melissa’s first big campaign was for Skechers. Within a year Ordway had modeled for Old Navy, Fabrizio Gianni, David’s Bridal, Anchor Blue and Tillys; she had also appeared on the cover Los Angeles Weddings Magazine, Grand Sierra Magazine and Hona Hou Magazine. She appeared on The Price is Right as a fill-in model the week of October 7, 2015.

Acting[edit]

Melissa Ordway’s first major acting part was the recurring roles of Jordanna on The CW television series Privileged. Ordway’s feature film debut was in 17 Again. She has guest starred on such television shows as Entourage and How I Met Your Mother, as well as starring in several independent films including Callers, Tales of an Ancient Empire[8] and I Heart Veronica Martin. In 2010, Ordway appeared in the film The Last Song as Ashley and guest starred on Melrose Place as Morgan McKellan. She starred in the fantasy thriller film Tales of an Ancient Empire.[9] In 2011, she co-starred in Escapee and appeared in Ted directed by Seth MacFarlane.

She was cast in the main role of Chloe Carter on the TeenNick series Hollywood Heights in 2012.[10] In March 2013, Ordway was cast in the role of Abby Newman on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, replacing previous actress Marcy Rylan.[11]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Friendly Fire Roller Goddess
2008 I Heart Veronica Martin Vanessa Short film
2009 17 Again Lauren
2009 Miss March Gorgeous Girl
2009 Alpha Males Experiment Tiffany
2010 Elektra Luxx Sabrina Capri
2010 The Last Song Ashley
2010 Bones Samantha Reeves
2010 Tales of an Ancient Empire Princess Tanis
2011 Minkow Mindy Jameson
2011 Escapee Renee Sanders
2011 Retail Lizzie Short film
2011 Callers Amanda
2011 In Time Leila
2011 A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas Grace
2012 Amelia’s 25th Loralei
2012 Ted Michelle
2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Reporter
2013 Channeling Victoria
2013 Odd Thomas Lysette
2014 The Outsider Samantha
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2004 The Assistant Herself Contestant (winner)
2007 Entourage Morgan Episode: “The Young and the Stoned”
2007 How I Met Your Mother Woman #1 Episode: “Third Wheel
2008–09 Privileged Jordanna Recurring role, 8 episodes
2009 Xtra Credit Lindsey Television movie
2010 Cold Case Diane Yates ’80 Episodes: “Bullet”, “The Last Drive-In”
2010 Melrose Place Morgan McKellan Episodes: “Mulholland”, “Santa Fe”, “Wilshire”
2010 CSI: NY Jenny Harper Episode: “Out of the Sky”
2011 The Chicago Code Taylor Episode: “The Gold Coin Kid”
2011 Miami Magma Emily Vitrini Television movie
2012 Hollywood Heights Chloe Carter / Cynthia Kowalski Main role, 80 episodes
2012 The League Sutton Episode: “The Hoodie”
2013 90210 Sydney Price Recurring role, 6 episodes
2013–present The Young and the Restless Abby Newman Main role
The Price Is Right Herself/Model 8 episodes

SAINTY NELSON

Sainty Nelsen was born on May 20, 1989 in Fort Worth, Texas, USA as Molly St. John Reid. She is an actress and producer, known for Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (2018), The Boss Baby: Back in Business (2018) and Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (2015). She has been married to Eric Nelsen since November 29, 2013.
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Actress (15 credits)
 2019 The Last Whistle (completed)
Sarah Trenton
 2018 Bridezillas Parody (Short)
Crystal
 2018 Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (TV Series)
Nova Swift

Musical Thrones/Branch Bum (2018) … Nova Swift
Three Trolls-keteers/The Helper (2018) … Nova Swift
The Bunker List/The Interns (2018) … Nova Swift
FOMO-OPUP/Lost in the Woods (2018) … Nova Swift (voice)
Meet the Peppy/Party Crash Course (2018) … Nova Swift (voice)
 2018 The Boss Baby: Back in Business (TV Series)
Ms. Summer

Night of the Frodarg (2018) … Ms. Summer (voice)
Hush, Little Baby (2018) … Ms. Summer (voice)
 2018 Stand-In (TV Series)
Jenny
 2018 Liberty: Vigilance (TV Series)
Creed

The Great Awakening (2018) … Creed (voice)
 2014-2017 The Bay (TV Series)
Myra

Episode #3.10 (2017) … Myra
Episode #3.11 (2017) … Myra
Episode #3.7 (2017) … Myra
Episode #3.2 (2017) … Myra
Episode #1.16 (2014) … Myra
 2015 Something Blue (Short)
Hazel
 2015 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (TV Series)
Becky

Don’t Wanna Die Anonymous (2015) … Becky
 2015/II Chasing Yesterday
Tiffany
 2015 The Squeeze
Church Goer
 2013 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series)
Sue- ‘Losing It’ Preview

Episode #11.36 (2013) … Sue- ‘Losing It’ Preview (as Sainty Reid)
 2013 Losing It with John Stamos (TV Mini-Series)
Sue

Jeff Ross (2013) … Sue (as Sainty Reid)
 2012-2013 Psycho-Pass (TV Series)
Female Student / Female Nurse / Lady Assistant Principal

The Town Where Sulfur Falls (2013) … Female Student (voice)
Devil’s Crossroad (2012) … Female Nurse (voice)
Ato wa, Chinmoku (2012) … Lady Assistant Principal (voice)
 2012 Eureka Seven: Ao (TV Series)
Fleur Blanc

Gates of Summer (2012) … Fleur Blanc (English version, voice, as Sainty Reid)
The Final Frontier (2012) … Fleur Blanc (English version, voice, as Sainty Reid)
Galaxy 2 Galaxy (Coral Carriers) (2012) … Fleur Blanc (English version, voice, as Sainty Reid)
World 2 World (Rising Sun) (2012) … Fleur Blanc (English version, voice, as Sainty Reid)
Better Days Ahead (Last Message) (2012) … Fleur Blanc (English version, voice, as Sainty Reid)

ADRIENNE PEREZ

Adrieanne Perez was born in the Rhine Valley in Germany and grew up on the East Coast. At an early age Adrieanne loved to gather an audience and perform scenes from movies, television and plays; she also wrote stories, comic books and scripts that provided her family and friends much laughter and entertainment.
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Actress (12 credits)
 2018 Cold Season (Short) (completed)
Emilia
 2016 All I Need
Victim
 2014 Metropolitan Detective (TV Series)
Glorious

 2014 Beverly Pills (TV Series)
Daisy

Pill Pill, Bang Bang (2014) … Daisy
Roses Are Red, Valiums Are Blue (2014) … Daisy (as Audrey Marsden)
Adrenaline Junkie (2014) … Daisy
Diagnosis: Grow Up (2014) … Daisy
For the Love of Pills (2014) … Daisy
 2014 The Toy Soldiers
Bikini Girl
 2014 The American’t Dream (Short)
Kelly
 2013 The Long Strange Trip (Short)
Sarah
 2013 We’ve Got Balls
Cheerleader
 2013 Cheer Girls (TV Series)
Kristie
 2012/I The Last Act
GIna
 2009 Hot Tub Sleeper Picks (TV Series)
 2009 Streetballers
Sarah
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (1 credit)
 2014 Beverly Pills (TV Series) (associate producer – 4 episodes)

Diagnosis: Grow Up (2014) … (associate producer)
For the Love of Pills (2014) … (associate producer)
The Higher You Are, the Harder the Comedown (2014) … (associate producer)
The PiLLot (2014) … (associate producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (1 credit)
 2013 Cheer Girls (TV Series)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2013 Cheer Girls (TV Series)
Hide Hide Show Show Art department (1 credit)
 2014 Beverly Pills (TV Series) (set dresser – 1 episode)

For the Love of Pills (2014) … (set dresser)
Hide Hide Show Show Costume and Wardrobe Department (1 credit)
 2014 Metropolitan Detective (TV Series) (wardrobe – 1 episode)

Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 2013 Naked Vegas (TV Series)
Herself

Paint the Town, Red (2013) … Herself
FILM:

The Long, Strange Trip                               Starring                                           Director: Patrick Flaherty 

We’ve Got Balls                                             Featured                                         Director: Cherie Kerr *

Awake                                                              Starring                                           Director: Matthew T. Price

All I Need                                                        Featured                                         Director: Dylan K. Narang 

The Last Act                                                   Supporting                                     Director: Ronald Quigley

American Streetballers                              Lead                                                 Director: Matthew Krentz **

Meet Bill                                                         Extra                                                Director: Melisa Wallack & Bernie Goldman

* Won Best Comedy Feature & Outstanding Cast Performance at the Action On Film Festical 2013

** Won Audience Choice Award Best Feature Film at the St. Louis International Film Festival 2008

THEATER:

Girl With A Dream                                       (Lead) Ashley                                     The Greenway Court Theatre / David Shaughnessy

So Damn Proud                                            (Supporting)Claire/Vanessa         La Jolla Playhouse & The Autry Theatre / Olivia Espinosa

Off the Rails                                                  (Supporting) Mariana                     The Autry Theatre / Chris Anthony 

Cyrano                                                             (Lead) Roxanne                                AMDA L.A  / Jamison Jones

Gint                                                                   (Lead) Sally Vicks                           AMDA L.A / Bill Mesnik

The Comedy of Errors                                 (Supporting) Luciana                     AMDA L.A / Jim Bontempo 

Sound of Music                                            (Lead) Maria                                      Shrewsbury Theatre of St. Louis

Rigolleto                                                        (Lead) Gilda                                       Opera Theatre of St. Louis

Beauty and the Beast                                 (Lead) Belle                                       Spotlight Players Threatre Group

JOLLY ABRAHAM

Jolly Abraham is an actress, known for Stay (2005), A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014) and Wallflowers (2013).
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Actress (21 credits)
  Seriex Eversion (Short) (post-production)
Turning
 2003-2018 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Dr. Patel / Detchen Gyatso

Revenge (2018) … Dr. Patel
Community Policing (2015) … Dr. Patel
Transgender Bridge (2015) … Dr. Patel
Agent Provocateur (2015) … Dr. Patel
Psycho/Therapist (2014) … Dr. Patel
 2018 Elementary (TV Series)
Valerie Field

Nobody Lives Forever (2018) … Valerie Field
 2017/II Conquistadors (Short)
Anu
 2015 The Adderall Diaries
Reporter #2
 2014 A Walk Among the Tombstones
Bellevue Doctor
 2014 Unforgettable (TV Series)
Gita Singh

A Moveable Feast (2014) … Gita Singh
 2014 Wallflowers (TV Series)
Jane Tavana

Roar! (2014) … Jane Tavana
My Own Worst Enemy (2014) … Jane Tavana
V (2014) … Jane Tavana
Misfits of Science (2014) … Jane Tavana
Super Friends (2014) … Jane Tavana
 2014 Bocce Ballers (TV Series)
Eileen, Teacher Team Captain

Mind Games (2014) … Eileen, Teacher Team Captain
 2013 Onion News Empire (TV Movie)
Abigail
 2013 Smash (TV Series)
Casting Director

On Broadway (2013) … Casting Director
 2011 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Miss Balin

Trophy Wine (2011) … Miss Balin
 2011 Lights Out (TV Series)
Doctor Patel

Combinations (2011) … Doctor Patel (as Jolly Abrahams)
 2010 After You Left (Short)
Jolly
 2010 Nurse Jackie (TV Series)
CF Lab Tech

Twitter (2010) … CF Lab Tech
 2010 White Collar (TV Series)
Indian Nurse

Vital Signs (2010) … Indian Nurse
 2009 Loving Leah (TV Movie)
Priya
 2008 Gossip Girl (TV Series)
Waiter

Desperately Seeking Serena (2008) … Waiter
 2005/I Stay
Young Woman / Intern
 2004 Sex and the City (TV Series)
Woman on Street

The Cold War (2004) … Woman on Street
 2003 Ed (TV Series)
Hip girl

Therapy (2003) … Hip girl

Stage
Performances

[Off-Broadway]
Manhattan Theatre Club Off-Broadway Premiere, 2017
Jess
[Off-Broadway]
Pearl Theatre Company Production, 2011
Henry Percy
The Queen
[Off-Broadway]
Pearl Theatre Company Production, 2010
Sissy Jupe
Mrs. Pegler
Mary Stokes
[Off-Broadway]
2007
Ophelia
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2007
Molly
[Off-Broadway]
2005
Katya (Understudy)
[Broadway]
Broadway Production, 2004
Ensemble
Shaheen
Rani (Understudy)

LEIGHA KINGSLEY

Leigha Kingsley is a producer and actress, known for Semi-Pro (2008), The Abandoned and Splitting the Synapse.
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Actress (7 credits)
  Splitting the Synapse (Short) (completed)
Kiley Savoir
 2016/II The Choice (Short)
Anna Ryan
 2013 I Dream of Dinner (TV Series)
Guest

Episode #1.2 (2013) … Guest
 2012 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Cara Smith

Divining Rod (2012) … Cara Smith
 2009 Accidentally in Love (Short)
Pam
 2008 Semi-Pro
Ball Girl

WENDY SCHAAL

Wendy Schaal was born on July 2, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Wendy K. Schaal. She is known for her work on Innerspace (1987), The ‘Burbs (1989) and *batteries not included (1987). She was previously married to Stephen M. Schwartz.
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Actress (66 credits)
 2013-2018 Family Guy (TV Series)
Secretary / Francine Smith

Con Heiress (2018) … (voice)
The Peter Principal (2017) … Secretary (voice)
Bigfat (2013) … Francine Smith (voice)
 2005-2018 American Dad! (TV Series)
Francine Smith / Francine Smith as Sexpun T’Come / Becky / …

Mean Francine (2018) … Francine Smith (voice)
OreTron Trail (2018) … Francine Smith (voice)
My Purity Ball and Chain (2018) … Francine Smith (voice)
Railroaded (2018) … Francine Smith (voice)
The Never-Ending Stories (2018) … Francine Smith (voice)
 2006 Loving Annabelle
Senator Tillman (as Wendy Schall)
 2002 Boomtown (TV Series)
Darlene Beechem

The Freak (2002) … Darlene Beechem
 2002 Providence (TV Series)
Nancy Neiman

Limbo (2002) … Nancy Neiman
 2001 Holiday in the Sun (Video)
Jill
 2001 Six Feet Under (TV Series)
Vickie Dimas

The Trip (2001) … Vickie Dimas
The New Person (2001) … Vickie Dimas
Life’s Too Short (2001) … Vickie Dimas
 2001 The Huntress (TV Series)
Helena Barsamian

Undercover (2001) … Helena Barsamian
 2001 Boston Public (TV Series)
Mrs. Callie Webb

Chapter Fifteen (2001) … Mrs. Callie Webb
 2000 The X-Files (TV Series)
Martha Crittendon

Chimera (2000) … Martha Crittendon
 1998 Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (TV Series)
Mom

The Woods (1998) … Mom
 1998 Small Soldiers
Marion Fimple
 1997 Fired Up (TV Series)
Susan

Are We Not Friends? (1997) … Susan
 1997 Star Trek: Voyager (TV Series)
Charlene

Real Life (1997) … Charlene
 1997 Friends (TV Series)
Jeannine

The One with All the Jealousy (1997) … Jeannine (as Wendy Schall)
 1995 The John Larroquette Show (TV Series)
Brenda

An Odd Cup of Tea (1995) … Brenda
 1995 Hope & Gloria (TV Series)
Nurse Nancy

Money You Should Mention (1995) … Nurse Nancy
 1995 Out There (TV Movie)
Paige Davis
 1995 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Zuleika Brown

Nan’s Ghost: Part 2 (1995) … Zuleika Brown
Nan’s Ghost: Part 1 (1995) … Zuleika Brown
 1994 Rebel Highway (TV Series)
Velmont Girl / Mrs. Mildred Cahn

Reform School Girl (1994) … Velmont Girl
Runaway Daughters (1994) … Mrs. Mildred Cahn
 1994 Reform School Girl (TV Movie)
Velmont Girl
 1994 My Girl 2
Emily Pommeroy (uncredited)
 1993 Red Shoe Diaries (TV Series)
‘Lilac’ Boss

Hotline (1993) … ‘Lilac’ Boss
 1992 Northern Exposure (TV Series)
Tammy Tambo

My Mother, My Sister (1992) … Tammy Tambo
 1991 Going Under
Jan Michaels
 1990-1991 Good Grief (TV Series)
Debbie Lapidus

13th Episode Anniversary Special (1991) … Debbie Lapidus
The Big Bang Theory (1991) … Debbie Lapidus
The Bear (1991) … Debbie Lapidus
Birth of a Notion (1990) … Debbie Lapidus
Ringo Gets a Job (1990) … Debbie Lapidus
 1989 Nearly Departed (TV Series)
Liz Dooley

Grant’s Aunt (1989) … Liz Dooley
Grandpa’s Date (1989) … Liz Dooley
TV or Not TV (1989) … Liz Dooley
Altared States (1989) … Liz Dooley
Adventures in Babysitting (1989) … Liz Dooley
 1989 Dear John (TV Series)
Lisa

Sisters (1989) … Lisa
 1989 The ‘Burbs
Bonnie Rumsfield
 1988 Mutts (TV Movie)
Janice Gillman
 1988 Night Court (TV Series)
Diane

Harry and the Tramp (1988) … Diane
 1988 Bright Lights, Big City
Additional Voices (voice)
 1988 Full House (TV Series)
Vivian

Sisterly Love (1988) … Vivian
 1987 My Two Dads (TV Series)
Christine

Sex, Judge, and Rock & Roll (1987) … Christine
 1987 Duet (TV Series)
Electra

Satin Doll (1987) … Electra
 1987 Innerspace
Wendy
 1987 When the Time Comes (TV Movie)
Laura
 1987 Munchies
Marge Mavalle
 1987 Gung Ho (TV Series)
Kelly

Love Me Tender (1987) … Kelly
 1986 Amazing Stories (TV Series)
Sheena

Boo! (1986) … Sheena
 1986 Airwolf (TV Series)
Marilyn Kelsy

Hawke’s Run (1986) … Marilyn Kelsy
 1986 MacGyver (TV Series)
Karen Blake

Deathlock (1986) … Karen Blake
 1985 The A-Team (TV Series)
Karen

Lease with an Option to Die (1985) … Karen
 1985 Finder of Lost Loves (TV Series)
Emma Tate

Connections (1985) … Emma Tate
 1985 Creature
Beth Sladen
 1985 Knight Rider (TV Series)
Jamie Downs

The Nineteenth Hole (1985) … Jamie Downs
 1984 Cover Up (TV Series)
Rebecca

Midnight Highway (1984) … Rebecca
 1984 Fatal Vision (TV Mini-Series)
Colette MacDonald

Episode #1.2 (1984) … Colette MacDonald
Episode #1.1 (1984) … Colette MacDonald
 1984 Where the Boys Are
Sandra Roxbury
 1983 After MASH (TV Series)
Bonnie Hornback / Bonnie Hornbeck

All About Christmas Eve (1983) … Bonnie Hornback
Bladder Day Saints (1983) … Bonnie Hornback
Shall We Dance (1983) … Bonnie Hornback
Klinger vs. Klinger (1983) … Bonnie Hornback
September of ’53/Together Again (1983) … Bonnie Hornbeck
 1982-1983 The Love Boat (TV Series)
Milicent Finley / Elaine Hamilton

 1982 Happy Days (TV Series)
Lorraine

Since I Don’t Have You (1982) … Lorraine
 1982 Love, Sidney (TV Series)

 1981-1982 Fantasy Island (TV Series)
Julie / Jennie Rowlands / Ruth Ann McAllister

Forget Me Not/The Quiz Masters (1982) … Julie
Face of Love/Image of Celeste (1982) … Julie
Sitting Duck/Sweet Suzi Swann (1982) … Julie
 1982 Strike Force (TV Series)
Mandy

Chinatown (1982) … Mandy
 1980-1981 It’s a Living (TV Series)
Vicki Allen

You’re Not Old, You’re Fired (1981) … Vicki Allen
Kids (1981) … Vicki Allen
R-E-S-P-E-C-T (1981) … Vicki Allen
Our Man Barry (1981) … Vicki Allen
Making the Grade (1981) … Vicki Allen
 1979 Little House on the Prairie (TV Series)
Christie Norton

Annabelle (1979) … Christie Norton
 1979 Family (TV Series)
Sarah

Malicious Mischief (1979) … Sarah
 1978 Record City
Lorraine
 1977 Fish (TV Series)
Peggy Dunnagan

Fish’s Job (1977) … Peggy Dunnagan
 1977 Phyllis (TV Series)
Daughter

Broken Hearted Bess (1977) … Daughter
 1976 Rhoda (TV Series)
Jan

Guess Who I Saw Today (1976) … Jan
 1976 Bound for Glory
Mary Jo Guthrie – Woody’s Sister
 1976 Welcome Back, Kotter (TV Series)
Girl in Hallway

Sadie Hawkins Day (1976) … Girl in Hallway