Kellie martin

Kellie martin

Kellie martin

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Kellie Martin at IMDb (Source: en.wikipedia.org A child star of likable 1980s fluff such as "Troop Beverly Hills" (1989), Kellie Martin proved she had top-tier acting chops with her ferociously intelligent and searching portrayal of awkward daughter Becca Thatcher on "Life Goes On" (ABC, 1989-1993), a family drama that explored formerly taboo topics like Down syndrome and HIV/AIDS. Emmy-nominated for her wise-beyond-her-years work, Martin went on to star in a string of made-for-TV movies including "A Friend to Die For" (NBC, 1994) opposite Tori Spelling and "The Face on the Milk Carton" (CBS, 1995), and continued in this vein throughout her entire career, working steadily on the TV film format. She returned to episodic TV as an early 1900s schoolteacher in the uplifting Appalachian drama "Christy" (CBS, 1994-95) and as ultimately doomed med student Lucy Knight on "ER" (NBC, 1994-2009). After graduating Yale, she resumed accruing high-profile television credits, most notably starring in the long-running "Mystery Woman" (Hallmark Channel, 2003) franchise, several installments of which she also directed. While her career never blossomed into full-fledged superstardom, Kellie Martin achieved an enviable work/life balance while becoming one of the most accomplished and prolific television actresses of her generation. (Source:www.rottentomatoes.com))

While Kellie Martin has garnered many acting credits, she is probably still most fondly remembered for her work as Becca Thatcher in the popular ABC series “Life Goes On,” for which she received an Emmy® nomination for Best Supporting Actress. From there, Martin played the title role in the CBS drama “Christy,” as well as medical student Lucy Knight on NBC’s “ER” from 1998-2000. Martin broke ground as Army Captain Nicole Galassini on “Army Wives,” and appeared in the quirky TBS comedy “The Guest Book.” Most recently, she starred in Lifetime’s “Death of a Cheerleader.” She has starred as fan- favorite sleuth Hailey Dean in the “Hailey Dean Mysteries” franchise, which is in its seventh installment. Martin also serves as executive producer on the popular Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “Emma Fielding Mysteries” franchise. (Source: www.hallmarkmoviesandmysteries.com)

Kellie Noelle Martin is an American television actress, voice actress, and producer, who is best known for her roles as Christy Huddleston in the CBS drama series Christy from 1994 to 1995, Lucy Knight in the NBC medical drama series ER from 1998 to 2000, and Rebecca Thatcher in the ABC drama series Life Goes On throughout its entire run, from 1989 to 1993. She also voiced Daphne Blake in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo! in 1988-1991, along with Carl Steven. (Source: disney.fandom.com)

Hallmark Channel fans no doubt recognize Kellie Martin from her Hailey Dean Mystery series and Mystery Woman films on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries as well as multiple Christmas films like Christmas in Montana and The Christmas Ornament. But the actress has had a steady career in Hollywood since she was just a young child all thanks to one iconic TV star. (Source: www.wideopencountry.com

The Guest Book is an American anthology comedy television series created by Greg Garcia. Season one starred Charlie Robinson, Carly Jibson, Lou Wilson, and Kellie Martin, while season two starred Jibson, Eddie Steeples, Kimiko Glenn, Jimmy Tatro, and Dan Beirne. (Source: www.bing.com)Martin was born in Riverside, California with two parents who didn't work in the entertainment industry. Her mother was a kindergarten teacher and her father was a retail executive. But she did have one connection. Her aunt happened to be the nanny for Michael Landon's children so she was able to help a young Kellie get her first gig appearing in a guest spot on Landon's show Father Murphy as well as Highway to Heaven. (Source:www.wideopencountry.com))

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