Kathy Coleman

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This article is about the American actress. For the Wyoming State Representative, see Kathy Coleman (politician).
Kathy Coleman
Born Kathleen Buck
(1962-02-18) February 18, 1962 (age 53)
Weymouth, Massachusetts, U.S.
Citizenship United States of America United States
Education Canoga Park Senior High, 1979
Canoga Park, California
Occupation Actress
Years active 1974–1976
Known for acting role as "Holly Marshall"
Notable work Land of the Lost, popular 1974-1976 television series
Television NBC Land of the Lost"
Spouse(s) Bob
Children Christopher Michael Bell
Alphonzo Robert Bell III
Website Internet Archive

Kathy Coleman (born February 18, 1962, in Weymouth, Massachusetts) is a former American child actress who is known for playing Holly Marshall in the children's TV show Land of the Lost, a cult favorite.

Life and career[edit]

Kathy Coleman has not acted for many years, but contributed interviews and commentary tracks on all three seasons of the-now-discontinued Land of the Lost DVDs produced by Rhino in 2004 (the commentaries were not included in the 2009 Land of the Lost DVD box set.).

Coleman, along with fellow Land of the Lost cast member Wesley Eure, filmed cameos for the 2009 film version of Land of the Lost, but those scenes were cut from the final theatrical print of the film.[1]

In April of 2015, Coleman published her autobiography, written with Steven Thompson. Lost Girl: The Truth and Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me Kathleen details her two abusive marriages as well as her experiences in music, TV and on the autograph circuit.



  1. ^ White, Marcia (June 4, 2009). "'Land of the Lost' groovy '70s TV show, new Will Ferrell movie". Lehigh Valley Live. Retrieved June 12, 2009. 

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