Lisa Wilcox, October 2008
|Born||Lisa E. Wilcox
April 27, 1964
Columbia, Missouri, U.S.
Wilcox's best known film role is in the 1988 hit horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master as Alice Johnson. In 1989, she reprised the role in the sequel A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child. Her television credits include the soap operas General Hospital (as Kay) in 1987 and Knots Landing (as Ellen) in 1989. She has made guest appearances on several television shows, including Pacific Blue, Chicago Hope, Walker, Texas Ranger, Hardcastle and McCormick, and Star Trek: The Next Generation in the season three episode "The Vengeance Factor" as Yuta. In 2009, she starred in the thriller film Imago under the direction of Chris Warren, alongside actors such as Natalie Jones, Danielle Jones, Melanie Donihoo, Parrish Randall and Debbie Rochon. Wilcox is a nominee for the Streamy Awards 2010 with the FEARnet produced webseries Fear Clinic. 2015 starred as Joan Laurels, in Dom Frank's Horror thriller film The Church and his sequel The Church: Second Offering.
Wilcox was born in Columbia, Missouri. In 2000, Wilcox and A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 co-star Tuesday Knight founded a footwear jewelry retailer company called ToeBrights which is still in business today.
- William Froste (2015)
- Clinger (2014)
- The Church (2013)
- A Place Called Hollywood (2013)
- Monsters School (2012)
- Imago (2010)
- Sebastian (2010)
- Savage (2009)
- The Intruders (2009)
- Fear Clinic (2009)
- Black Friday (2008)
- Dead Country (2007)
- Unauthorized Brady Bunch: The Final Days (2000) (TV)
- The All New Adventures of Chastity Blade (2000)
- Watchers Reborn (1998)
- Men Seeking Woman (1997)
- Boy Meets World (1995)
- Wedding Band (1990)
- A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child as Alice Johnson (1989)
- Star Trek: The Next Generation as Yuta (1989)
- A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master as Alice Johnson (1988)
- Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis (1988) (TV)
- Little Miss Perfect (1987) (TV)
- Gimme an 'F' (1984)
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- Lisawilcox.com Official Site Of Lisa Wilcox
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- Lisa Wilcox at the Internet Movie Database