Loryn Locklin

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Loryn Locklin
Born November 3 1968
Los Angeles County
Occupation Actress

Loryn Locklin is an American actress born on November 3, 1968 in Los Angeles County, California


In 1990 she starred in Wes Craven's TV movie Night Visions as psychic criminal profiler Dr. Sally Powers.[1][2] She starred in the 1993 film Fortress[3] and appeared in Taking Care of Business[4] and Denial, among others. She has also appeared in a few television shows, such as Frasier, JAG and Home Improvement.

Locklin was married to producer/restauranteur Victor Drai; they had a child in 1993.[5][6]


Year Film Role
1989 Catch Me If You Can Melissa Hanson
1990 Taking Care of Business Jewel Bentley
1993 Fortress Karen B. Brennick
1998 Denial Art's Date
1999 Operation Splitsville Estelle


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Night Visions Dr. Sally Powers Television movie
1991 Shoot First: A Cop's Vengeance Lea[7] Television movie
1992 The Human Factor Gwenn Two Episodes
1996 Abducted: A Father's Love Andrea Costner Television movie
1997 Home Improvement Robin Episode "Taps"
1998 The Perfect Getaway Sarah Television movie
1998–2004 JAG Jill Waddington Three Episodes
1999 The Rockford Files: If It Bleeds... It Leads Cindy Carteret Television movie
1999 Frasier Sabrina Episode "Father of the Bride (Frasier episode)"


  1. ^ Roberts, Jerry (2009) Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors, Scarecrow Press, ISBN 978-0810861381, p. 106
  2. ^ Muir, John Kenneth (2004) Wes Craven: The Art of Horror, McFarland, ISBN 978-0786419234, 246
  3. ^ Stephen Hunter, "'Fortress' a cheap retelling of recall", The Daily Gazette, September 9, 1993.
  4. ^ Mickie Edwardson, "Business borrows a bunch", Gainesville Sun, August 17, 1990.
  5. ^ Robert W. Welkos, "Drai's Restaurant: Parlez-Vous le Show Biz? : Industry: Hollywood powerbrokers flock to Victor Drai's West Hollywood restaurant. But is it for the former producer's Southern France-style food?" Los Angeles Times, July 7, 1994.
  6. ^ Michael Kaplan, "Vegas' After-Hours King Makes a Comeback", Vegas, February 27, 2014.
  7. ^ Prouty, Howard H. (1994) Variety Television Reviews 1991-1992, Routledge, ISBN 978-0824037963 (March 22, 1991 page)

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