Lisa Wilcox, October 2008
|Born||Lisa E. Wilcox
April 27, 1964
Columbia, Missouri, U.S.
Lisa E. Wilcox (born April 27, 1964) is an American actress and designer. She made her film debut in Gimme an 'F'. Wilcox is best known for her role as Alice Johnson in the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series. She subsequently starred in Watchers Reborn (1998), Clinger (2015), and The Church (2016). Wilcox has had guest appearances on several television series, such as Star Trek: The Next Generation (1989), Knots Landing (1989), Boy Meets World (1993-95), as well as a lead role on Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (1992).
In 1984, Wilcox made her film debut in Gimme an 'F'. From 1985 to 1987, Wilcox guest starred on the television series Hardcastle and McCormick (1985), You Again? (1986), CBS Schoolbreak Special (1987), Valerie's Family: The Hogans (1987), Mr. Belvedere (1987), and MacGyver (1987). In 1988, Wilcox guest starred on the television series It's a Living and Hotel before portraying Alice Johnson in the fantasy horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.
The following year, Wilcox had a recurring role on Knots Landing as Ellen and guest starred on Something Is Out There before reprising her role as Alice in A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child. The same year, Wilcox guest starred on Star Trek: The Next Generation as Yuta. In 1992, Wilcox was cast as Missy Preston in the television series Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures. From 1993 to 1995, Wilcox had guest roles on Boy Meets World. In 1997, Wilcox starred alongside Will Ferrell in the comedy film Men Seeking Woman.
In 2000, Wilcox portrayed Florence Henderson in Unauthorized Brady Bunch: The Final Days and Chastity Blade in The All New Adventures of Chastity Blade. In 2007, Wilcox appeared in 3 episodes of Big Shots. The following year, Wilcox was cast in Dead Country. In 2013, she starred in the thriller film Imago under the direction of Chris Warren, alongside actors such as Natalie Jones, Danielle Jones, Melanie Donihoo, Parrish Randall and Debbie Rochon. Wilcox was nominated for the 2010 Streamy Awards with the FEARnet produced webseries Fear Clinic. In 2016, she portrayed Joan Laurels in the horror film The Church and is set to star in the sequel The Church: Second Offering.
Wilcox was born in Columbia, Missouri. In 2000, Wilcox and A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 co-star Tuesday Knight founded a footwear jewelry retailer company called ToeBrights which is still in business today.
|1984||Gimme an 'F'||Demons Dance Squad Member|
|1988||A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master||Alice Johnson|
|1989||A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child||Alice Johnson|
|1997||Men Seeking Woman||Judy|
|2000||The All New Adventures of Chastity Blade||Chastity Blade||Short|
|2011||The Intruders||Sofia Drake|
|2016||The Church||Joan Laurels|
|2017||William Froste||Nurse Boise|
|2017||The Watcher of Park Ave||Gwen Hedren|
|1988||Hotel||Donna Hayes||Episode: "Grand Designs"|
|1989||Knots Landing||Ellen||4 episodes|
|1989||Star Trek: The Next Generation||Yuta||Episode: "The Vengeance Factor"|
|1992||Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures||Missy Preston||7 episodes|
|1993-1995||Boy Meets World||Kris / TV Voice||3 episodes|
|2007||Big Shots||Waxer||2 episodes|
|2009||Fear Clinic||Nurse Owens||5 episodes|
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