Jacqueline Schultz

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Jacqueline Schultz
Occupation Actress
Years active 1979-2004
Spouse(s) Larry Bryggman (1992-1997)
Stephen Sachs

Jacqueline Schultz is a film and television actress

Career[edit]

In addition to her recurring roles on two television soap operas — as Dee Stewart on As the World Turns (1979–1982); and as the last Patti Tate on Search for Tomorrow (1985–1986) — Schultz has appeared in over twenty-five other television productions, including a brief appearance on the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Extreme Measures" as Jessica Sloan.

She has also appeared in three films.

Year Film Role Genre
1993 Love Bites (also known as Love Bites: The Reluctant Vampire) Paula romantic comedy
1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Screamer science-film thriller
2002 BraceFace Brandi Mrs. Mabel Crowe short

Personal life[edit]

Schultz was married to actor Larry Bryggman, whom she met while on working on As the World Turns.[1] She is currently married to theater director Stephen Sachs, artistic director of the Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Actress mixes soap and stage". The New York Times. May 4, 1986. pp. 27, Section 11LI. "Then came her first soap opera, As the World Turns....On the program, she met her husband, the actor Larry Bryggman." 

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