Lori Lively

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Lori Lively
Born
Lori Lynn Lively

(1966-11-09) November 9, 1966 (age 53)
OccupationActress, television co-host/designer, acting coach
Years active1986–present
RelativesJason Lively (brother)
Robyn Lively (sister)
Eric Lively (half-brother)
Blake Lively (half-sister)</small\>(husband)

Lori Lynn Lively (born November 9, 1966) is an American actress, television co-host/designer, and acting coach.

Early lifeEdit

Lively was born into a family of actors. Her mother, stepfather and all four siblings are, or have been, in the entertainment industry. She is the daughter of talent manager Elaine Lively (née McAlpin) and Elaine's first husband Ronnie Lively (Ronald Otis Lively). Her siblings are brother Jason, sister Robyn, half-sister Blake, and half-brother Eric.

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Double McGuffin Michelle Carter Credited as Lori Lynn Lively
1986 The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents Frail Woman Episode: "The Jar"
1986 Night of the Creeps Lori (uncredited)
1990 Falcon Crest Woman Episode: "Time Bomb"
1991 Dead Space Jill
1992 Timescape Kleph
1995 Sisters Penelope Episode: "Renaissance Woman"
1998 Sandman Kim Doll
1998 Free Enterprise Leila
1998 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Siana Episode: "Shadows and Symbols"
1998 Melrose Place Maryanne Episode: "Suddenly Sperm"
2001 The Ghost Doris
2003 ER Helen Episode: "Dear Abby"
2004 Two and a Half Men Kathy Episode: "Sarah Like Puny Alan"
2004 Complete Savages Woman #2 Episode: "Savage XXX-mas"
2005 Cold Case Nancy Episode: "Start-Up"
2006 Love, Inc. Carla Episode: "Grace Under Fire"
2006 Simon Says Lonnie
2009 The Mentalist Molly Episode: "Crimson Casanova"
2009 The Unit Tom's Mother Episode: "The Last Nazi"
2010 'Til Death Carol Episode: "Dog Fight"
2010 I Kissed a Vampire Dr. Lori Light
2010 The Defenders Greta Episode: "Nevada v. Carter"
2011 Zeke and Luther Vice Principal Novotona 1 Episode
2012 Walk Of Fame Voice Short Film
2017 Mothers Day Mags Short Film
Video games
Year Title Role
1993 Return to Zork Singing Tree

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