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Gentile, Denise

Gentile, Denise


Career: Actress.


Film Appearances:

Delores, Netherworld, Paramount Home Video, 1992.

Karen, Pressure Point, Artist View Entertainment, 1997.

Faye Skillman, Ordinary Madness, 2001.

Television Appearances; Series:

Vance/Vanessa DeFranco, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984.

Lise Hampton-Edgars, Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994, 1997, TNT, 1998.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Kim, Family of Spies, CBS, 1990.

Stacey Eckhart, Telling Secrets (also known as Contract for Murder), ABC, 1993.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Marcia, "It's My Art, and I'll Die If I Want To," My Two Dads, NBC, 1990.

Heather, "The Kid," Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1990.

"The Waiting Room," Monsters, syndicated, 1991.

Nikki Bellini, "Piano Man—November 10, 1985," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1991.

Courtney, "Conundrum: Part 1," Dallas, CBS, 1991.

Woman doctor, "The Herman-ator," Herman's Head, Fox, 1991.

Margot, "Lost & Found," Melrose Place, Fox, 1992.

Detective Theresa Baldoni, "Street Justice," Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1992.

Valerie Carlson, "Crush," Silk Stalkings, USA Network and CBS, 1993.

Amber Dane, "The Hot Tip," Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1993.

"Brain Salad," Dead at 21, MTV, 1994.

Maelia Molokani, "Scales of Justice," One West Waikiki, CBS, 1994.

Teddy Grace, "Portrait of Death," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994.

Candance, "New York on $2,000 a Day," Platypus Man, UPN, 1995.

Phoebe, The Monroes, ABC, 1995.

Nancy Rayburn, "Nailed," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995.

Brenda, "Dr. No," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1996.

Playboy announcer, Step by Step, 1996.

Jenny Wolfe, "Man's Best Same Sex Companion," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997.

Kate Wilton, "False Truths," Mike Hammer, Private Eye, syndicated, 1997.

Ellen Bracken, "Sisters," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1997.

Olivia La Fontaine, "The Client," It's Like, You Know …, ABC, 1999.

Ellen Bishop, "Saturday Night," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2001.

ER, NBC, 2002.

Sylvia, "Dead Man, Live Bet," Dr. Vegas, CBS, 2004.

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