Lisa Sheridan

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Lisa Sheridan
Lisa-Sheridan.jpg
BornDecember 5, 1974
DiedFebruary 25, 2019 (aged 44)
Cause of deathChronic alcoholism and brain injury from a fall
EducationCarnegie Mellon School of Drama
OccupationActress
Years active1997–2019

Lisa Sheridan (December 5, 1974 – February 25, 2019) was an American actress.

Life and career[edit]

Sheridan was born in Macon, Georgia, where she graduated from Mount de Sales Academy.[1] She attended the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.[2]

She had main or recurring roles on four short-lived television series: Invasion, FreakyLinks, Legacy and Journeyman. She guest-starred in episodes of various other series, including three episodes each of CSI: Miami and Still the King. Sheridan’s last appearance was the lead role in the 2018 independent film Strange Nature.

Personal life[edit]

Sheridan was engaged until 2003 to Ron Livingston, whom she met when they worked on the 2000 film Beat.[2][3]

Death[edit]

Sheridan died of chronic alcoholism and brain injury from a fall on February 25, 2019, at the age of 44, at her home in New Orleans.[2][3][4][5]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Beat Sadie
2003 Pirates Short
2003 Carolina Debbie
2008 McCartney's Genes Claudia Robertson
2012 Tiny Little Words Woman Short
2014 Elsa & Fred Doctor
2014 A Magic Christmas Holly Carter
2014 Sick Day Cam's Mom Short
2015 Only God Can Sara
2015 A Christmas Eve Miracle Holly Carter
2017 Only God Can Sarah
2018 Strange Nature Kim Sweet

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Step by Step Bonnie Episode: "It Didn't Happen One Night"
1998 Any Day Now Donna Bishop Episode: "Huh?"
1998–99 Legacy Vivian Winters Recurring role
1999 Diagnosis: Murder Lisa Episode: "The Killer Within"
2000–01 FreakyLinks Chloe Tanner Main role
2003 The Practice Karen Evanson Episode: "Concealing Evidence"
2004 Las Vegas Christina Fuentes Episode: "The Family Jewels"
2004 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Crystal Coombs Episode: "Bloodlines"
2004 Monk Lizzie Talvo Episode: "Mr. Monk and the Game Show"
2005 Without a Trace Beth Hobson Episode: "End Game"
2005 Strong Medicine Max Episode: "Clinical Risk"
2005–06 Invasion Larkin Groves Main role
2007 The 4400 Shannon Episode: "Try the Pie"
2007 Moonlight Julia Stevens Episode: "Out of the Past"
2007 Journeyman Dr. Theresa Sanchez Recurring role
2007 Conspiracy Samantha Cross Episode: "Pilot"
2007–08 CSI: Miami Kathleen Newberry Episodes: "Dangerous Son", "Raising Caine", "Ambush"
2008 Shark Marcy Danner Episode: "One Hit Wonder"
2008 Saving Grace Michelle Episode: "It's a Fierce, White-Hot, Mighty Love"
2009 The Mentalist Dr. Brooke Harper Episode: "Miss Red"
2009 NCIS Krista Dalton Episode: "Child's Play"
2010 Healing Hands Alice TV film
2011 CSI: NY Natalie Dalton Episode: "Exit Strategy"
2011 Private Practice Angela Windsor Episode: "... To Change the Things I Can"
2012 Home Invasion Nicole Johnson TV film
2013 Scandal Marion Caldwell Episode: "Boom Goes the Dynamite"
2013 Perception Rebecca Abbott Episode: "Toxic"
2014 Category 5 Ellie DuPuis TV film
2014 Halt and Catch Fire Rebecca Taylor Episodes: "I/O", "FUD"
2014 Taken Away Sarah Martin TV film
2016 The Fosters Nicole Episode: "Highs & Lows"
2016 Still the King Pamela Episodes: "A Family, a Fair", "Back on Top", "Only the Lonely"
2016 Murder in the First Laura Clark Episode: "Daddy Dearest"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Justin Baxley (March 1, 2019). "Lisa Sheridan, Macon native and 'NCIS' actress, found dead in New Orleans apartment". The Macon Telegraph.
  2. ^ a b c Debbie Emery (February 28, 2019). "Lisa Sheridan, 'Halt and Catch Fire,' 'Invasion' Actress, Dies at 44". The Wrap.
  3. ^ a b Erin Nyren (February 27, 2019). "'Halt and Catch Fire' Actress Lisa Sheridan Dies at 44". Variety.
  4. ^ Alexia Fernandez (February 27, 2019). "Lisa Sheridan, Invasion and Halt and Catch Fire Actress, Dies at 44". People.
  5. ^ Anita Bennett (May 10, 2019). "Lisa Sheridan Dies: 'Halt And Catch Fire' Actress Was 44". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved May 10, 2019.

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