Ashley Gardner

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Ashley Gardner
Born (1964-04-11) April 11, 1964 (age 53)
South Africa
Occupation Film, stage, television actress

Ashley Gardner (born April 11, 1964) is a South African-born American stage, film, television and voice actress. She provided the voice of Nancy Gribble[1] and Didi Hill[2] in the animated series King of the Hill.

She appeared in the sitcom Seinfeld in the episode "The Library" as Marion;[3] and in the pilot of Madman of the People.[4]

John Simon in his review of Keith Curran's 1991 play Walking the Dead , stated that Gardner "does wonders" as Veronica, a lesbian who has a sex change and becomes a man.[5][6] She had previously appeared in Curran's Dalton's Back and co-starred in Timothy Mason's The Fiery Furnace.[7][8]

Gardner has also appeared in the feature films Heart of Dixie (1989), Johnny Suede (1991)[9] and He Said, She Said (1991) where she plays the "Classy with a capital K" ex-lover of Kevin Bacon's character who flirts by exposing her breast for him in public.[10]

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  1. ^ Brooks, Marla (2005-03-30). The American Family on Television: A Chronology of 121 Shows, 1948-2004. McFarland. pp. 203–. ISBN 9780786420742. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  2. ^ Feasey, Rebecca (2008). Masculinity and Popular Television. Edinburgh University Press. pp. 39–. ISBN 9780748627974. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  3. ^ Seinfeld Reference: The Complete Encyclopedia with Biographies, Character Profiles & Episode Summaries. Praetorian Publishing. pp. 188–. ISBN 9780967985244. 
  4. ^ Howard Prouty (1996-09-01). Variety and Daily Variety Television Reviews, 1993-1994. Taylor & Francis. pp. 371–. ISBN 9780824037970. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  5. ^ John Simon (1991-05-27). New York Magazine - Theater review. New York Media, LLC. pp. 73–. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  6. ^ Willis, John (2000-02-01). Theatre World 1990-1991. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 85–. ISBN 9781557831262. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  7. ^ New York Magazine Theater: Now Playing. New York Media, LLC. 1993-10-25. pp. 124–. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  8. ^ Guernsey, Otis L.; Sweet, Jeffrey (1994). The Best Plays of 1993-1994. Limelight Editions. pp. 81–. ISBN 9780879101831. Retrieved 20 July 2015. 
  9. ^ Willis, John (2000-02-01). Screen World 1993: Comprehensive Pictoral and Statistical Record of the 1992 Movie Season. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 169–. ISBN 9781557831750. Retrieved 19 July 2015. 
  10. ^ Comey, Jeremiah (2012-10-02). The Art of Film Acting: A Guide For Actors and Directors. Taylor & Francis. pp. 307–. ISBN 9781136047213. Retrieved 19 July 2015.