Anne Marie McEvoy
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|Born||Anne Marie McEvoy
September 19, 1975
|Other names||AnneMarie McEvoy,
Ann Marie McEvoy,
|Alma mater||University of Michigan|
|Occupation||Actress, Psychologist, Assistant Professor|
|Years active||1982–1991, 2016|
Anne Marie McEvoy is an American actress, psychologist, and assistant professor.
McEvoy's first major role was as Little Girl on the American sitcom Archie Bunker's Place, from 1982. She also guest starred and starred in many movies and television series. McEvoy is known for playing Kathy Santoni in season three of the sitcom Full House. She also appeared as Sarah in the film Children of the Corn (1984) and in the television movie Lots of Luck (1985).
In 1991, McEvoy retired from acting and started focusing on her personal life.
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McEvoy received her B.A. in Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley in 2000. She received her PhD in Education and Psychology at the University of Michigan in 2007. As of now she is an assistant professor at the University of California, Irvine. In fall of 2009 she was awarded two new grants from the National Science Foundation. She is now married to James Bradford Conley. They both have three children together. She got a hip injury while doing yoga nearly two years ago. She sued Health Net after being denied coverage by the insurance provider.
|1982||Archie Bunker's Place||Little Girl||Episode: "Father Christmas"|
|1983||The Paper Chase||Stephanie Norman||Episode: "Cinderella"|
|1984||Children of the Corn||Sarah|
|1984||Invitation to Hell||Janie|
|1985||Lots of Luck||TV movie|
|1989–90||Full House||Kathy Santoni||4 episodes in season 3|
|2016||Fuller House||Kathy Santoni||Season 2 Episode 11: "DJ and Kimmy's High School Reunion"|
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