Barbara Stock

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Barbara Stock
Born(1956-05-26) May 26, 1956 (age 57)
Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S.
OccupationActress
Years active1980-2001
 
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Barbara Stock
Born(1956-05-26) May 26, 1956 (age 57)
Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S.
OccupationActress
Years active1980-2001

Barbara Stock (born May 26, 1956[1]) is an American actress, best known for roles as Susan Silverman in ABC crime drama series Spenser: For Hire (1985-1988), and as Liz Adams in CBS primetime soap opera Dallas (1990-1991).

Life and career[edit]

Stock was born in Downers Grove, Illinois, and began acting professionally in 1978. She played the role of Claudia in the Tommy Tune-directed, Tony Award-winning, Nine, on Broadway, replacing Shelley Burch in the original cast in 1983.[2] She is best known for having appeared in the prime-time drama Spenser: For Hire for two non-consecutive seasons (1985–1986; 1987–1988) as Susan Silverman, the love interest of Spenser (Robert Urich).[3]

Stock starred in the final season of Dallas from 1990-1991 as Liz Adams, the fiancée of Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval).[4]

In 1997, Stock had a recurring role on the now-defunct ABC daytime soap opera Port Charles as Nicole Devlin. She appeared in an episode of Seinfeld where she seduced George Costanza off a subway, brought him to a hotel, handcuffed him to a bed and stole all of his eight dollars as well as his clothes.

Stock has appeared in more than 100 hours of television, and made over 30 guest appearances on television shows, including CHiPs, The Facts of Life, Fantasy Island, Remington Steele, Knight Rider, Moonlighting, Murder, She Wrote, The Twilight Zone, MacGyver, Touched by an Angel and Charmed.[5]

Filmography[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1980Fantasy IslandPruEpisode: "The Love Doctor/Pleasure Palace/Possessed"
1981CHiPsOfficer Paula WoodsEpisodes: "Ponch's Angels: Part 1" and "Ponch's Angels: Part 2"
1981-1982DallasHeather WilsonEpisodes: "The Split" and "Head of the Family"
1982Desire, the VampireMona
1982The Facts of LifeNurse Barbara BurtonEpisode: "The Big Fight"
1983Bring 'Em Back AliveEpisode: "To Kill a Princess"
1983T.J. HookerAmy RobbinsEpisode: "Too Late for Love"
1983Fantasy IslandAbby PoutreauEpisode: "King of Burlesque/Death Games"
1983Remington SteeleKitty CurtainEpisode: "Steele's Gold"
1984The A-TeamGirl in Red FerrariEpisode: "Deadly Maneuvers"
1984The Yellow RoseLila DevereauxEpisode: "Chains of Fear"
1984Knight RiderMargo SheridanEpisode: "Knight of the Drones: Part 1"
1984Mike HammerLenore WigginEpisode: "24 Karat Dead"
1985OtherworldScarla RayeTV Mini-Series
1985Berrenger'sDebbieEpisodes: "Dangerous Ground" and "Roll Tape"
1985MoonlightingLaura BoydEpisode: "The Next Murder You Hear"
1985Street HawkElizabeth MorganEpisode: "The Arabian"
1985Scene of the CrimeSharon BryceEpisode: "A Vote for Murder"
1985Wizards of the Lost KingdomUdea
1986Long Time GoneGeorgia Diablo
1986Murder, She WroteDaniella Morgana CarmodyEpisodes: "Death Stalks the Big Top: Part 1" and "Death Stalks the Big Top: Part 2"
1986SidekicksCatherine SableEpisode: "Catherine the Not-So-Great"
1987Mike HammerMarie RiviereEpisode: "Mike Gets Married"
1987The Verne Miller StoryVi Miles
1985-1986, 1987-1988Spenser: For HireSusan SilvermanSeries regular, 43 episodes
1988The Twilight ZoneMary McNealEpisode: "Memories"
1988In the Heat of the NightJacqueline 'Jackie' HoltEpisode: "Hot Nights"
1989Father Dowling MysteriesJessica FordEpisode: "The Missing Body Mystery"
1989MacGyverDr. Laura SandEpisode: "The Ten Percent Solution"
1990-1991DallasLiz AdamsSeries regular, 26 episodes
1991Pacific StationCary FiedlerEpisode: "Bob's Son"
1992SeinfeldScam WomanEpisode: "The Subway"
1993Hearts AfireJan LindsayEpisode: "Class Reunion"
1993Trade WindsGrace SommersTV Mini-Series
1995Touched by an AngelJill BennettEpisode: "Trust"
1996Hijacked: Flight 285Veronica Mitchell
1997Port CharlesNicole DevlinRecurring role
1997BaywatchDr. MeyersEpisode: "Eel Nino"
1998CharmedMrs. Grace SpencerEpisode: "The Wedding from Hell"
2001The Princess & the MarineSusan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Barbara Stock Biography, Rotten Tomatoes
  2. ^ The Broadway League. "Barbara Stock | IBDB: The official source for Broadway Information". IBDB. Retrieved 2013-09-13. 
  3. ^ "I've read all of Robert B. ...". TV Guide. Marth 7, 2006. Retrieved 2013-05-02. 
  4. ^ Dallas: Win Season 14 on DVD!
  5. ^ "Barbara Stock: Credits". TV Guide. Retrieved 2013-05-02. 

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