Jessica Lundy Biography
Jessica Lundy is an American actress best known for her television roles, especially as Joel Fleishman’s fiancée/ex-fiancée Elaine Shulman on the series Northern Exposure.
Jessica Lundy Age
She was born on March 20, 1966, San Diego, California, U.S.She is 52 years old.
Jessica Lundy Family
Jessica Lundy is the daughter of Jean McDonald and Joel Lundy, a, a surgical oncologist. She has a sister by the name Judy.Jessica Lundy Photo
Jessica Lundy Dating
Jessica Lundy is currently single.
Jessica Lundy Net Worth
Jessica Lundy has an estimated net worth of $17 million.
Jessica Lundy Movies
- Caddyshack II
- The Stupids
- Just a Little
- Bright Lights,
- Single White
- Of Two Minds
- The Good
- Fudgy Wudgy
- The Town
That Banned Christmas
Jessica Lundy Northern Exposure
Jessica Lundy played the role of fiancee|ex-fiancee Elaine Shulman on the series Northern Exposure in 1990.
Jessica Lundy Detroit
She received a call up to host on Tv20 Detroit after successfully holding an open cast call to find the perfect match person. She will represent TV20 and TV20Detroit.com as an on-air personality and is likely to quickly become a familiar face in metro Detroit. Jessica Lundy wants all the smart alecks out there, the ones who have called her new series “Murder, He Wrote,” to know that if the show had a derivative title at all it would be “Murder, They Wrote.” She’s in the show too, after all, along with Edward Woodward.
Jessica Lundy The Inspectors
She portrayed as Inspector Amanda Wainwright in CBS Series “The Inspectors’.
Jessica Lundy Dead Body
From 1990 to 1991, Lundy appeared opposite Edward Woodward in the short-lived series Over My Dead Body. Jessica Lundy wants all the smart alecks out there, the ones who have called her new series “Murder, He Wrote,” to know that if the show had a derivative title at all it would be “Murder, They Wrote.” She’s in the show too, after all, along with Edward Woodward.
Lundy is the TV-unknown who brings fresh air to the show and a flair for comedy that’s not overbearing but definitely sneaks up on you. The key to the series’ success, she said, is to maintain a balance between good mystery story-telling and keeping the relationship between Nicki and Max interesting. After taping four episodes, she felt the show was still on track.
“It’s a good blend of mystery, with the way in which it’s solved having to do with the personalities of our characters,” she said. “I don’t think we ever forsake one for the other. That’s what makes our show different. We’d lose a lot of the humor if we relied only on one and not the other.”Lundy’s resume’ leaves a reader wondering where her flair for comedy came from. Her father is a surgeon and cancer researcher, her mother a housewife “with a healthy sense of humor.” So much for the comedy pedigree.
Jessica Lundy was born in San Diego, and when she was 2, her family headed east. A number of moves were prompted by her father’s medical career; eventually, Avon, Conn., became home. “We were there for nine years, and that’s where I grew up,” she said. On to college at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. There were roles in Sam Shepard’s “Mad Dog Blues,” “Uncommon Women and Others” and work with actor John Rubinstein and playwright John Guare.
But there was also work with The Drama Club, a comedy improv group; and with fellow student Alec Mapa she wrote and appeared in a number of cabaret shows. That may have been the beginning of comedy work, but the seeds had been planted years before. And it began where she is now — on television.”I watched ‘I Love Lucy,’ ‘Laugh-In,’ ‘Carol Burnett,’ the original ‘Saturday Night Live,'” recalled Lundy. “I would sit about an inch away from the TV set when I was in high school. I watched a lot of TVs — my eyes are crossed now, but otherwise, it didn’t hurt me.”
In the movies, Lundy appeared in “Bright Lights, Big City, her debut film, and played Jackie Mason’s daughter in “Caddyshack II.” And there’s “Madhouse.” “It’s out on video, with John Larroquette,” she said. “That’s what I’d consider a comedy for me — playing a 35-year-old housewife from New Jersey, and they let me do a lot of improvisation.
You can expect to see a lot of her on “Over My Dead Body. Co-star Woodward, who suffered a heart attack during the run of The Equalizer, is back, looking fit. He’s dropped his three-pack-a-day cigarette habit. I miss it every single day of my life, said Woodward. It’s been three years now.”It should also help that Woodward’s workload on the hour-long show will be limited to four or five days a week, and the filming will be done in Los Angeles and San Francisco. “The Equalizer” was shot in New York.
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