Lisa Zane
American actress
Lisa Zane
Elizabeth Frances "Lisa" Zane is an American actress and singer who has starred on stage, television, and in film.
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DVD REVIEW; A Season Finale After a Nine-Year Wait
NYTimes - over 11 years
There's only one real reason to invest time or money in the just-released DVD ''Profit: The Complete Series,'' and it's the once-in-a-millennium performance of the show's star, Adrian Pasdar. As a precious few will recall, adoring critics and cultish fans were crushed when Fox canceled ''Profit'' just a few episodes after its debut in 1996. Now,
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Personality Changes for a Darwinian Dinotopia
NYTimes - over 14 years
When we last left Dinotopia, the island where humans and dinosaurs dwell in harmony, a father and his two sons were contemplating their fate. These contemporary Americans had arrived on the quaint island after a plane crash, and they had learned that while ''outlanders'' like them had been washing ashore here for centuries, Dinotopia's peculiar
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A NIGHT OUT WITH: Ronnie Cutrone; Another New Thing
NYTimes - about 16 years
RONNIE CUTRONE learned a lot about mixing art and money during his decade as Andy Warhol's assistant, but the lesson that seems to have stuck with him most is the one from the shark: keep moving or you die. Last Monday night, Mr. Cutrone, 52, recalled Mr. Warhol's dedication to the next new thing as he bustled around the Rubber Monkey, a club in
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CABARET GUIDE
NYTimes - over 16 years
A selective listing of new or noteworthy cabaret shows in Manhattan this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended show. CHRISTINE ANDREAS, the Cafe Carlyle, at the Carlyle Hotel, 35 East 76th Street, (212) 744-1600. With her high sweet soprano and eager intensity. Ms. Andreas embodies an eternal ingenue who is just waking up to the realization that
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CABARET GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Here is a selective listing of new or noteworthy cabaret shows in Manhattan this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended show. * KAREN AKERS, the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th Street, (212) 840-6800. Too long absent from the cabaret stage, Ms. Akers, who now lives in London, returns with a beautifully conceived and performed show
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TV Weekend; Poor Dad Seems Confused, And He's Not the Only One
NYTimes - about 17 years
What's worse than having one of those hostile family Christmases ornamented with guilt, sibling rivalry and intergenerational tension -- the kind during which one person blows up and leaves the room in a huff, upsetting the children? Answer: Getting a telephone call shortly afterward announcing that that person has commited suicide. James Coburn,
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A Baby-Faced Warrior Who Yells Up a Storm
NYTimes - over 19 years
As the first episode of ''Roar'' ends, Conor, a teen-ager destined to lead the fourth-century Celts against the invading Romans, stands on a cliff overlooking the ocean and gives forth a sound. Is his stomach rumbling? No, it only seems that way. His supposed warrior's roar is meant to reflect the voice of righteous nature itself. Instead, it
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TELEVISION VIEW;Victims as Avengers In Psychobabble Land
NYTimes - almost 21 years
I FEEL SICK. I DON'T KNOW whether to arrest him or commit him." Joanne Meltzer, who hopes to cause Jim Profit's downfall, has been onto him from the start. She knows that he is so determined to climb the corporate ladder at Gracen & Gracen that he doesn't care how many people he has to kill, frame for murder or blackmail (and that's in just the
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TELEVISION REVIEW;Seduction and Other Corporate Skills
NYTimes - almost 21 years
As the public grumbles about issues like downsizing and escalating C.E.O. rewards, big business has more than enough problems to keep its public-relations staffs sweating. Now corporate America has to deal with a new Fox series called, with diabolical simplicity, "Profit." Here in the sleek corridors of the fictional Gracen & Gracen, the world's
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FILM REVIEW; Downhill After the Los Angeles Riots
NYTimes - over 22 years
"Am I losing my mind? Am I sick?" worries John Boyz (James Le Gros), the unemployed, 30-something narrator of Peter McCarthy's brave but misguided contemporary satire, "Floundering." The Los Angeles riots have barely subsided, and John, who lives in Venice Beach, is haunted by what he calls a "pervasive feeling of doom." His edgy mood is made worse
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TELEVISION; Exhibit A: The Highs and Lows of 'L.A. Law'
NYTimes - over 24 years
"L.A. Law" comes back this week, and diehard fans are holding their breath. When the lawyers at McKenzie, Brackman reconvene Thursday night at 10 for the show's seventh season, will it regain some of its snap? The NBC series began as a story of and for the 80's. Greed, glitz, power, lust -- the Steven Bochco-Terry Louise Fisher creation relished,
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Review/Film; Ending With Class, if an End It Is
NYTimes - over 25 years
"Every town has an Elm Street!" Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) hootingly declares in "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare," a film that also begins with a quotation from Nietzsche. Has Freddy been reading his own press? Has he begun to grasp the larger implications of the "Nightmare on Elm Street" series, with its hellish dreams tailored to fit
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Review/Film; Trading In One's Innocence, Willingly
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: At the beginning of Curtis Hanson's ''Bad Influence,'' life seems to be going exactly the way Michael Boll (James Spader) had planned, though it's a life made up of Maalox moments. At the beginning of Curtis Hanson's ''Bad Influence,'' life seems to be going exactly the way Michael Boll (James Spader) had planned, though it's a life made up
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At the Movies
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: 'Sex, Lies' and Spader ''It's all come as a great surprise.'' 'Sex, Lies' and Spader ''It's all come as a great surprise.'' In Los Angeles, where he was preparing for night shooting on his newest film, a thriller titled ''Bad Influence,'' James Spader was talking about the laurels and excitement wreathing ''Sex, Lies and Videotape.'' Not only
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lisa Zane
    FIFTIES
  • 2013
    Age 51
    In 2013 Zane performed in The Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.
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  • 2012
    Age 50
    She played the part of the "alter ego" in Amanda Eliasch's play "As I Like It" in 2012, and an award winning documentary drama "The Gun the Cake and the Butterfly" (2014), in which she sang with Charles Eliasch.
    More Details Hide Details The same year she performed in The Girl from Nagasaki a film by Michel Comte based on Madame Butterfly.
  • FORTIES
  • 2006
    Age 44
    Zane is a singer, BMI songwriter, and recording artist. In 2006, the Songwriters Hall of Fame recognized her as one of their new songwriters of the year.
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    She provided the voice for She-Hulk in the 1990s cartoon The Incredible Hulk, as well as Charley Davidson in Biker Mice from Mars in the follow-up 2006 series, taking over from Leeza Miller-McGee.
    More Details Hide Details She has originated many roles on stage, making her debut in David Mamet's adaptation of The Cherry Orchard at the Goodman Theatre, and going on to perform as Rita in Craig Lucas's Prelude to a Kiss and Cleo in Lyle Kessler's Robbers. Zane has also made many guest appearances on TV shows, including Lifestories: Families in Crisis, The Outer Limits, Judging Amy, and The Division.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1992
    Age 30
    She had regular roles as Melina Paros in L.A. Law from 1992 to 1993, JoAnne Meltzer in Profit, Diana in Roar, Le Sage in Dinotopia for Hallmark Entertainment and Sophia Keener in Law and Order in 2006.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 27
    Zane's first film role was in the 1989 movie Heart of Dixie.
    More Details Hide Details She starred in Gross Anatomy the same year. Other early acting roles included Claire in Bad Influence (1990), counselor Maggie Burroughs in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991), and a gynaecologist in Cruel but Necessary (2005).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Born
    Born on April 5, 1961.
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