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Repeta, Nina 1967–

Repeta, Nina 1967–


Name is pronounced Nine-a Ra-pett-a; original name, Nina Lynn Blanton; born September 10, 1967, in Shelby, NC; married Mike Repeta (a camera operator). Education: East Carolina University, graduated. Avocational Interests: Singing, writing songs and poetry, watercolor painting.

Addresses: Agent—Gage Group, 14724 Ventura Blvd., Suite 505, Los Angeles, CA 91403.

Career: Actress. Also singer, musician, and songwriter.


Television Appearances; Series:

Bessie Potter, Dawson's Creek, The WB, 1998–2001.

Mrs. Gail Fox, Palmetto Pointe, I Network, 2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Kathy Bridges, Matlock: The Heist, ABC, 1995.

Waitress, A Kiss So Deadly, NBC, 1996.

Monica, A Step Toward Tomorrow, CBS, 1996.

Glenda, The Three Lives of Karen, USA Network, 1997.

Sherry, Buried Alive II, USA Network, 1997.

Megan OHara, Bloodmoon, HBO, 1997.

Mary Natter, Ambushed, HBO, 1998.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Shirley Hutchinson, "The Mark," Matlock, ABC, 1993.

Waitress, "Fatal Seduction," Matlock, ABC, 1993.

Linda Maxwell, "The Conspiracy," Matlock, ABC, 1993.

Amy, "First Strike,"C15:The New Professionals, syndicated, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Dawson's Creek: Behind the Scenes, E! Entertainment Television, 1998.

Bessie Potter (in archive footage), Songs from Dawson's Creek, 1999.

TV Road Trip: Los Angeles, Travel Channel, 2003.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Bessie Potter, Dawson's Creek, The WB, 1998.

Film Appearances:

Member of the Miller Sisters, Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994.

Lady at gas station, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Warner Bros., 2002.

Clerk, The Angel Doll, Mainline Releasing, 2002.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared as Dr. Livingstone, Agnes of God, LA Connection Improv; in title role, Gypsy (musical); and in The Lost Colony, Manteo, NC.

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