Melinda O. Fee

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Melinda O. Fee
David McCallum Melinda Fee Craig Stevens The Invisible Man 1975.JPG
Melinda Fee with David McCallum and Craig Stevens on The Invisible Man (1975).
Born
Melinda Evelyn Fee

(1942-10-07) October 7, 1942 (age 77)
OccupationActress
Years active1965-1991
Spouse(s)
Steven S. Harrison (m. 1985)
Parent(s)Astrid Allwyn
Charles O. Fee

Melinda O. Fee (born Melinda Evelyn Fee; October 7, 1942) is an American actress who has starred in films and on television.

Early life[edit]

Her mother was actress Astrid Allwyn, her father was Charles O. Fee (the second husband of Astrid Allwyn). Her younger sister, Vicki Fee, is also an actress.

Career[edit]

Her first starring role was on the television series Love of Life. Most of Fee's other television roles were on soap operas like Guiding Light as Charlotte Waring Fletcher Bauer from 1971–1973, Days of Our Lives as Mary Anderson from 1981–1982, and Santa Barbara as Olivia Welles from 1987–1988. She also starred with David McCallum on the short-lived television series The Invisible Man (1975–76), playing the title character's wife, Dr. Kate Westin. Fee has also starred in made-for-TV movies, and guest starred on many 1970s television series, including Quincy, M.E., The Bionic Woman, CHiPs, Eight is Enough and Dallas.

In 1984, Fee served as temporary replacement for Brenda Dickson as Jill Foster Abbott on The Young and the Restless.

She has appeared in the feature films The Unkissed Bride (1966), Fade to Black (1980) and A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985). Fee has made guest appearances on television series including My Favorite Martian, Lost in Space, Knight Rider and Beverly Hills, 90210 and a couple of winning appearances on The Match Game with Gene Rayburn.

Personal life[edit]

She married Steven S. Harrison in 1985.

Selected filmography[edit]

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