Lise Cutter

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Lise Cutter
Born (1959-07-31) July 31, 1959 (age 57)
Palmdale, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1985–95

Lise Cutter (born July 31, 1959) is an American actress who is known for her roles as Susan Campbell on Perfect Strangers, and as Gina McKay on Dangerous Curves.



Year Title Role Notes
1987 Buy & Cell Dr. Ellen Scott
1990 Havana Patty
1992 Nickel & Dime Cathleen Markson
1992 Shadow Force Mary Denton
1994 Sioux City Allison also known as Ultimate Revenge
1994 Fleshtone Jennifer Womak


Year Title Role Notes
1985 Dallas Model Episode: "Legacy of Hate"
1986 Remington Steele Triathlon Worker Episode: "Steele in the Running"
1986 Perfect Strangers Susan Campbell Recurring role (seasons 1–2), 8 episodes (and unaired pilot[citation needed])
1987 Matlock Kathy Dawson – Nurse Episode: "The Nurse"
1987 L.A. Law Lucinda Bonner Episode: "Oy Vey! Wilderness!"
1987 Desperado Nora Malloy Television movie
1988 Frank's Place Alexandra 'Pudd'n' Boatwright Episode: "Shorty's Belle"
1988 Desperado: Avalanche at Devil's Ridge Nora Television movie
1988 Lovers, Partners & Spies Satin Carlyle also known as Satin's Touch; unsuccessful television pilot(?)
1989 MacGyver Professor Zoe Ryan Episodes: "Legend of the Holy Rose: Part 1", "Legend of the Holy Rose: Part 2"
1989 Desperado: The Outlaw Wars Nora Television movie
1989 21 Jump Street Cheryl Episode: "Things We Said Today"
1990 Equal Justice Andrea Kanin Episode: Pilot
1990 Jake and the Fatman Kathy Jameson Episode: "Goodbye"
1990, 1994 Murder, She Wrote Tillie Bascomb
/ Melissa Maddox
/ Terry Deauville
Episodes: "Good-Bye Charlie",
"Deadly Misunderstanding",
"Murder by Twos"
1992 Civil Wars Julia Hemmings Episode: "Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense"
1992–93 Dangerous Curves Gina McKay /
Jessie Halloran (1 episode)
Lead role, 34 episodes
1994 Walker, Texas Ranger Pamela Episode: "Rampage"
1994 Renegade Reba Cross Episode: "Rustler's Rodeo"
1995 The Cosby Mysteries FBI Agent Episode: "Goldilocks"

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