Sheridan, Lisa 1974–
SHERIDAN, Lisa 1974–
Born December 5, 1974, in Juliette, GA; raised in Macon, GA. Education: Carnegie-Mellon University, B.F.A.; also studied in Moscow.
Addresses: Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010.
Television Appearances; Series:
Vivian Winters, Legacy, UPN, 1998–99.
Chloe Tanner, Freaky Links, Fox, 2000–2001.
Larkin Groves, Invasion, ABC, 2005.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Bonnie Casset, "It Didn't Happen One Night," Step by Step, ABC, 1997.
Donna Bishop, "Huh?," Any Day Now, Lifetime, 1998.
Karen Evanston, "Concealing Evidence," The Practice, ABC, 2003.
Crystal Coombs, "Bloodlines," CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 2004.
Lizzie Talvo, "Mr. Monk and the Game Show," Monk, USA Network, 2004.
Beth Hobson, "End Game," Without a Trace, CBS, 2005.
Max, "Clinical Risk," Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2005.
Appeared as Lisa Bramston in an episode of Diagnosis Murder, CBS.
Sadie, Beat, Background Productions/Martien Holdings/Millenium Pictures/Pendragon Film/Pfilmco/Walking Pictures, 2000.
Pirates (short film), Ma & Pa Pictures, 2003.
Debbie, Carolina (also known as Carolina—Auf der suche nach Mr. Perfect), Miramax, 2004.
Claudia Robertson, McCartney's Genes, Project Mayhem Pictures/Purple Mountain Productions, 2005.
Appeared in off-Broadway production of Yard Bird; also appeared in Dancing at Lughnasa, A Doll's House, The Glass Menagerie, and The Tempest; also appeared in London.
UnderGround Online, http://www.uguo.org, October 20, 2005.
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