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O'Donnell, Annie



Career: Actress.


Film Appearances:

Annette Muldowney, the next door neighbor, Saturday the 14th, New World Pictures, 1981.

Hysterical woman, Stand Alone, New World Pictures, 1985.

Telephone operator, Heartbreak Ridge, Warner Bros., 1986.

Wilma White, prospective adoptive couple, Baby Boom, United Artists, 1987.

Wife at pizza joint, Homer & Eddie, Skouras Pictures, 1989.

Enid, Easy Wheels, Fries Entertainment, 1989.

Marion Parker, Monday Morning (also known as Class of Fear), 1990.

Brian's mother, Kickboxer 2: The Road Back, Trimark Pictures, 1991.

Dental patient, Another You, 1991.

Amish woman, Hot Shots!, Twentieth Century Fox, 1991.

Nurse, House IV (also known as House IV: Home Deadly Home and House IV: The Repossession), New Line Home Video, 1992.

Lynn, Family Prayers (also known as A Family Divided), Arrow Releasing, 1993.

Miss Logan, Malevolence, Ajv Productions, 1995.

Election worker, Black Sheep, Paramount, 1996.

Sad man's wife, Eight Days a Week, Legacy Releasing Corp., 1997.

Lady, The Players Club, New Line Cinema, 1998.

Merrilee, Dead Man on Campus, Paramount, 1998.

Woman, Blast from the Past, New Line Cinema, 1999.

Mrs. Sutton, Born Bad, Concorde, 1999.

Mrs. Jacobs, The Extreme Adventures of Super Dave, Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer, 2000.

Delores, Say It Isn't So, 2001.

Nun, Double Take, Buena Vista, 2001.

Haggard woman, The Good Girl, Fox Searchlight, 2002.

Miss Vicky, The Last Attack of the Beast, 2002.

Vet receptionist, Spun, Silver Nitrate Films, 2002.

Peg Mason, Subway Cafe, 2004.

Ms. Cardigan, Seven's Eleven, 2004.

(Scenes deleted) Nurse Sally, The Cure for a Diseased Life, 2004.

Emmy, Target Audience 9.1, 2005.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Official, I Know My First Name Is Steven (also known as The Missing Years), NBC, 1989.

Flight attendant, Till We Meet Again (also known as Judith Krantz's "Till We Meet Again"), CBS, 1989.

Cruel Doubt, NBC, 1992.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Woman, The Betty Ford Story, ABC, 1987.

Mrs. Fourchatte, Stranger on My Land, ABC, 1988.

June Ryker, Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair, USA Network, 1993.

Kelsey, Out of Darkness, ABC, 1994.

Kate, Journey, CBS, 1995.

Mildred, Milton's wife, Menno's Mind (also known as, Showtime, 1996.

Mrs. Tibbett, My Sister's Keeper, CBS, 2002.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Defendant, Brand New Life: The Honeymooners, NBC, 1989.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Gussie Peabody, "Ding, Dong, the Boss Is Dead," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1983.

Gussie Peabody, "Lulu's Gone Away," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1983.

Ruth, "Mama's Birthday," Mama's Family, NBC, 1984.

June Wheeler, "Wheels of Justice: Parts 1 & 2," Night Court, NBC, 1985.

June Wheeler, "Hurricane: Parts 1 & 2," Night Court, NBC, 1986.

June Wheeler, "Her Honour: Parts 1 & 2," Night Court, NBC, 1987.

Louise, "Normal People," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1987.

Blue Mama, "Dear Mallory," Family Ties, NBC, 1987.

Mrs. Pflug, "Home Sweet Sale," Small Wonder, 1988.

Mrs. Leemon, "The Taxman Cometh," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991.

Mother, "Mr. Chancy" (also known as "Mr. Talbot"), Eerie, Indiana, NBC, 1992.

Dr. Annie Farnum, "Killer Radio," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1993.

Keena, "Progress," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1993.

Mrs. Peterson, "Good Sports," Party of Five, Fox, 1994.

Rosemary, "Woman Trouble," Diagnosis Murder, 1994.

Eartha, "Business Sucks: Part 1," Married ... with Children, Fox, 1994.

Second applicant, "The Christmas Show," Ellen, ABC, 1994.

Social worker, "They Shoot Mothers, Don't They?," Melrose Place, Fox, 1995.

Maud Riker, "Travels with Andy," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1995.

Police employee, "Chapter Twenty–Three," Murder One, ABC, 1996.

Eve, "Fevers of Unknown Origin," ER, NBC, 1996.

Bag lady, "Mama, I Wanna Act," The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1996.

"The Enemy Within," Dark Skies, 1997.

Janitor, "Close Quarters," Working, NBC, 1997.

Terri Olson, "You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1998.

Nurse, "Shame," Malcolm in the Middle, Fox, 2000.

Mrs. Mayfield, "Paradise Inn," Providence, 2000.

Woman, "Go Volcanic," Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, Fox, 2000.

Elderly woman, "Patience," The X–Files, Fox, 2000.

Old woman, "Fool Russians: Part 1," The District, CBS, 2001.

Ms. Kelsey, "It's Not Just a Word: Parts 1 & 2," Any Day Now, 2001.

Miss Odessa, "Daddy in Overdrive," One on One, UPN, 2002.

Record keeper, "Desperately Seeking Agent," Taina, 2002.

Louisa, "In Sabrina We Trust," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, The WB, 2003.

Mrs. Denise Pollard, "Wannabe," Boomtown, NBC, 2003.

Stacy, Days of Our Lives (also known as DOOL and Days), NBC, 2003.

Sister, "One in a Million," American Dreams, NBC, 2004.

Librarian, "Need to Know," Everwood, The WB, 2004.

Also appeared as voice, King of the Hill (animated), Fox; in Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, MTV.

Television Work; Movies:

Automated dialogue replacement loop group member, When Time Expires, The Movie Channel, 1997.

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