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is an American
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singer and actress, best known for her roles on television
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. Her most well known role was that of Merilee Gunderson during the first season of Major Dad
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in 1989 and 1990.
Additional television credits include Something Wilder
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, The Wonder Years
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, Jake and the Fatman
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The Longarm books are a series of western novels featuring the character of Custis Long, who is nicknamed Longarm, a U.S. Deputy Marshal based in Denver, Colorado in the 1880s. The series is written by "Tabor Evans", a house pseudonym used by a number of authors. Lou Cameron helped create the...
, Simon and Simon
, LA Law
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, A Letter to Three Wives
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, Alfred Hitchcock Presents
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HeartBeat is an American television series in the medical drama genre. The series followed the staff of Women's Medical Arts, a medical center founded by three women who are frustrated with how women's health concerns are addressed in the male-dominated medical field. The fictional WMA was based on...
, Two Fathers' Justice
and Knots Landing
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