Joely Fisher
American actress
Joely Fisher
Joely Fisher is an American actress best known for her work on television as Paige Clark on Ellen as well as Joy Stark in the Fox sitcom 'Til Death, and most recently as a guest judge on RuPaul's Drag U, and also on stage and in films.
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Joely Fisher pens emotional tribute to sister Carrie
CBS News - about 2 months
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Joely Fisher Breaks Her Silence On Sister Carrie Fisher’s Death
Huffington Post - about 2 months
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Thanksgiving done wrong in satire 'Search Engines'
LATimes - 4 months
Real-life mother and daughter Connie Stevens and Joely Fisher share the screen for the first time, playing mom and daughter in “Search Engines,” an otherwise unnoteworthy, insufferably talky satire centering around an ill-fated Thanksgiving gathering. Fisher plays a recently divorced mother of...
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Thanksgiving done wrong in satire 'Search Engines'
LATimes - 4 months
Real-life mother and daughter Connie Stevens and Joely Fisher share the screen for the first time, playing mom and daughter in “Search Engines,” an otherwise unnoteworthy, insufferably talky satire centering around an ill-fated Thanksgiving gathering. Fisher plays a recently divorced mother of...
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Thanksgiving done wrong in satire 'Search Engines'
LATimes - 4 months
Real-life mother and daughter Connie Stevens and Joely Fisher share the screen for the first time, playing mom and daughter in “Search Engines,” an otherwise unnoteworthy, insufferably talky satire centering around an ill-fated Thanksgiving gathering. Fisher plays a recently divorced mother of...
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LATimes article
Thanksgiving done wrong in satire 'Search Engines'
LATimes - 4 months
Real-life mother and daughter Connie Stevens and Joely Fisher share the screen for the first time, playing mom and daughter in “Search Engines,” an otherwise unnoteworthy, insufferably talky satire centering around an ill-fated Thanksgiving gathering. Fisher plays a recently divorced mother of...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Joely Fisher
    FORTIES
  • 2008
    Age 40
    In late 2008, she became an Artist Ambassador for Save the Children.
    More Details Hide Details She traveled to Xai-Xai, Mozambique, to visit with children that are part of the child sponsorship programs. Discography 1993 Tradition: A family at Christmas She sang 3 songs with her mother Connie Stevens and sister Tricia Leigh Fisher. She has 1 solo: Grown Up Christmas List S.T.A.GE. Music of Harold Arlen "One for my baby" Lerner, Lowe, Lane and Friends "Come back to me."
  • THIRTIES
  • 2003
    Age 35
    From 2003 until 2005, she starred in the Lifetime network's drama series Wild Card as insurance investigator Zoe Busiek. After that, she had a recurring role as Lynette's boss Nina on Desperate Housewives. From 2006 until 2010, Fisher starred opposite actor Brad Garrett as Joy Stark in the Fox TV sitcom 'Til Death. Fisher married cinematographer Christopher Duddy on December 31, 1996.
    More Details Hide Details They have three daughters, Skylar Grace (born June 14, 2001), True Harlow (born February 2, 2006), and Olivia Luna (adopted September 2008). She is also stepmother to Duddy's two sons, Cameron and Collin. The family lives in Los Angeles next to Fisher's sister Tricia, with whom she is very close.
  • 1998
    Age 30
    She played the role until the series ended in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, she earned a Golden Globe Award nomination. She also sang the theme song "Who has a perfect smile? Who has a comical style, who likes to hang out with her friends, who who? Ellen!" With Clea Lewis She followed Ellen with the role of Dr. Brenda Bradford in the feature movie Inspector Gadget (1999) opposite Matthew Broderick. Fisher's Broadway debut was as a replacement in the revival of Grease (1994). She was also a replacement in the revival of Cabaret (1998). Her vocal range is alto.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 26
    In 1994, she landed her most prominent role when she was cast as Paige Clark on the sitcom Ellen.
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  • 1992
    Age 24
    She was named Miss Golden Globe at the 1992 Golden Globe Awards.
    More Details Hide Details Her first movie role was Averil in the comedy Pretty Smart (1986), which starred her sister, Tricia. Joely then played Kris in TV's Schoolbreak Special drama Dedicated to the One I Love (1991) opposite Danielle Ferland. Next came the feature I'll Do Anything (1994) starring Nick Nolte, which helped her career as bigger roles followed. She had a variety of guest roles on series such as Growing Pains, Blossom, Caroline in the City, The Golden Palace, The Outer Limits, Grace Under Fire and Coach.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1967
    Born
    Born on October 29, 1967.
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