|Born||Nancy Jane Steen
January 31, 1950
Shoreview, Minnesota, U.S.
|Education||University of Minnesota, 1972, B.A. Theater|
|Occupation||Actress, TV screenwriter, and producer|
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Steen, after graduating in 1972, she studied with Jacques Lecoq in Paris. Later she made her home in Los Angeles when she continued acting on stage and television. In 1980, she began writing on the ABC-TV series Police Squad! which starred Leslie Nielsen, and Happy Days. Steen began her career as an actress at Dudley Riggs' Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She then began appearing the television series Charlie's Angels, Taxi, Mork & Mindy and M*A*S*H.
Her television producing and writing credits also include Happy Days, Night Court, Married... with Children, Caroline in the City, Titus, Roseanne, The Love Boat, Jesse, What I Like About You, Kirk and I'm with Her.
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