Shae D'Lyn

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Shae D'lyn
Born Shae D'lyn Sherertz
(1963-11-24) November 24, 1963 (age 50)
Abilene, Texas

Shae D'lyn is an American actress. She's best known for her role as Jane Deaux/Cavanaugh on the ABC sitcom Dharma & Greg and as Cousin Vicki in Vegas Vacation.

Biography[edit]

After graduating with honors from the University of Virginia, D'lyn worked as an investment analyst for Morrow & Co. on Wall Street. After a year in New York she moved to Boston as Vice President of real estate investment banking for Boston Capital Partners where she syndicated low-income housing to investors seeking tax credits. Bored with financial services, she applied for, and was accepted to acting school. Upon graduation she was immediately hired for her first leading role, which led to further leading roles in eight feature films, including the soon-to-be-released "The Motel Life" opposite Emile Hirsch and "The Pretty One" opposite Zoe Kazan. Her television work includes series regular Jane on Dharma and Greg, guest-starring appearances in Ellen, Law & Order and Quantum Leap. In addition, she starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of "Secrets" opposite Julie Harris, Arthur Miller's The American Clock for TNT and Tennessee Williams' Baby Doll off-Broadway.

Shae now directs theater, film, and television productions, and has founded a production company based in Los Angeles and Puerto Rico and an artists' cooperative in Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, and Toronto with over 400 members. Her short "Morir Para Ser Libre" was featured in the Boston Latino Film Festival and her first feature premiered at Los Angeles' Zero Film Fest in December. Her most renowned project is HearME[1]] which puts interconnected music studios in orphanages worldwide, including Iraq, Sierra Leone, Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Puerto Rico. Her directing work can be seen at Shot In The Dark film site (see references.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1993 The American Clock Young Doris First Film Role
Ghost Mom Jean TV Movie
1994 Hits! Doozie
1995 Awake to Danger Lorette McAdams TV Movie
Secrets Edwina Phelan TV Movie
1996 346 Girls a Year Unknown
1997 Convict 762 Sheridan
Vegas Vacation Cousin Vicki Feature Film
1998 Girlie Magazine Party Unknown
2002 Ant Woman
2003 Replay Ellie
2006 Happily N'Ever After Additional Voices Feature Film
2011 The Motel Life Claire Feature Film
2012 The Pretty One May Feature Film

Television Roles[edit]

Year TV Series Role Notes
1993 Quantum Leap Lady Alexandra Corrington Guest Starred 1 episode
1994 Law & Order Dory Guest Starred 1 episode
1996 Ellen Debbie Johnson Guest Starred 1 episode
1997 Dharma and Greg Jane Cavanaugh Main Character: 92 episodes
2001 That 70's Show Rudolph Guest Starred 1 episode
2008 Speedie Date Lisa
2013 Alpha House April Mandela Guest star Season 1, Episode 11

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