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Kate Hodge
Born (1966-01-02) January 2, 1966 (age 54)
Berkeley, California, United States
OccupationActress, film producer

Kate Hodge (born January 2, 1966) is an American actress and film producer.

Life and career

Hodge was born in Berkeley, California,

Her first starring role was as Michelle, the heroine of the 1990 horror film Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III. The gore and content of the film was heavily edited and excised in order to obtain an R rating from the MPAA, which threatened to give it an X rating.[citation needed] She then portrayed tormented college student Randi Wallace in the syndicated horror series She-Wolf of London (1990–1991), which was later retitled Love and Curses.[1]:626 At the end of one early episode, when Randi and Professor Matheson (Neil Dickson) are pulling away in a car, she asks him if they can stop to rent Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, an in-joke and reference to Hodge's earlier movie role.

From 2000–2001, Hodge played FBI Agent Annie Price on Level 9.[1]:597-598 She has also been in the films Rapid Fire (1992) opposite Brandon Lee, Desire (1993), The Hidden II (1994), Three Women of Pain (1997), and the independent movie I Will Avenge You, Iago! (2005) as Eve. Her television movies include Love Kills (1991), Pandora's Clock (1996), and Enough About Me (2005).

She has made appearances in several television series, including thirtysomething (1989), Tales from the Crypt (1990), Ellen (1994–1995), Cupid (1998), and Summerland.

Hodge portrayed Libby Schuster in The George Wendt Show (1995)[1] and Gretchen Lafayette in The Louie Show (1996).[1]:626 She was also seen in Manhattan, AZ (2000) as Jane Pentowski. She was a series regular for ten episodes of the Fred Savage show Working (1998).[2] Her character, Chris Grant, was originally introduced as a woman pretending to be a man in order to gain respect in the business world.[citation needed]

In addition to acting, Hodge has also produced two films, The Perfect Stranger (2005) and Black Velvet Pantsuit (1995), where she served as co-executive producer.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1986 Super Christian 2 Cindy Video short
1990 Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III Michelle
1992 Rapid Fire Karla Withers
1993 Desire Lauren Allen
1993 The Hidden II Juliet Beck Video
1997 Three Women of Pain Mary Ann Short film
2005 I Will Avenge You, Iago! Eve
2007 Finding Oz: A Journey Home Tin Woman Short film
2008 Harold Dusty
2011 Rules of Love Michelle Short film
2012 American Girl Mother Short film
2013 Mount Joy MILF
2017 Beach Rats Donna

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1989 thirtysomething Hope at 17 Episode: "The Burning Bush"
1990 Tales from the Crypt Sally Episode: "Dead Right"
1990–1991 She-Wolf of London Randi Wallace Regular role (20 episodes)
1991 Love Kills Jill Shanahan TV film
1992 Mann & Machine Episode: "The Dating Game"
1993 Jack's Place Kathleen O'Brien Episode: "The Pipes Are Calling"
1993–1994 Silk Stalkings Paige Hamilton 4 episodes
1994 Renegade Lydia Quantro Episode: "The Late Shift"
1994–1995 Silk Stalkings Taylor 4 episodes
1994–1995 Ellen Stephanie 3 episodes
1995 The George Wendt Show Libby Schuster Main role (8 episodes)
1995 Crowfoot Rachel Stoltz TV film
1995 Nowhere Man Angie / Nancy Episode: "The Spider Webb"
1995 Xena: Warrior Princess Celesta Episode: "Death in Chains"
1995 Simon Episode: "Simon and the She-Devil"
1996 Bunk Bed Brothers Jessie TV film
1996 American Pie Unknown episodes
1996 The Louie Show Gretchen Lafayette Main role (6 episodes)
1996 The Lazarus Man Episode: "The Wallpaper Prison"
1996 Murder, She Wrote Alana Kimball Episode: "Race to Death"
1996 Doomsday Virus Brenda Hopkins TV film
1997 The Pretender Carol Bates Episode: "Mirage"
1997 The Sentinel Tanya Episode: "Secret"
1997 Players Gayle Episode: "Contact Sport"
1997 JAG Ens. Elizabeth 'Beth' Lane Episode: "Defenseless"
1998 The Tom Show Jill Episode: "Tom vs. the PTA"
1998 Working Chris Grant / Ellen Regular role (10 episodes)
1998 Cupid Valerie Episode: "A Truly Fractured Fairy Tale"
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave Ginger Episode: "Affairs to Remember"
1998–1999 Brother's Keeper Marilyn 4 episodes
1999 Movie Stars Robyn Winslow Episode: "Third Time's a Charm"
1999 Snoops Linda Jennings 2 episodes
2000 Manhattan, AZ Jane Pentowski Recurring role (5 episodes)
2000–2001 Level 9 Annie Price Main role (12 episodes)
2003 111 Gramercy Park Mimi Philips TV film
2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Carolyn Forbes Episode: "Coerced"
2004 NCIS NCIS Agent Jane Melankovic Episode: "The Good Wives Club"
2005 Enough About Me Paula Conine TV film
2005 Jonny Zero Sharon Episode: "No Good Deed"
2007 Boston Legal Kaye Kent Episode: "Guise 'n Dolls"
2007 As the World Turns Pam Dennison Episode: "1.13065"
2007 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Paula Rush Episode: "Seeds"
2007 Law & Order Attorney Prescott Episode: "Remains of the Day"
2008 Unhitched Katherine Episode: "Pilot"
2008 Fringe Abby Stockton Episode: "The Equation"
2009 Law & Order Serena Kensey Episode: "Shotgun"
2010 White Collar Judge Michelle Clark Episode: "Bad Judgment"
2010 Outlaw Lois Vidalin Episode: "In Re: Tracy Vidalin"
2011 In Between Men Dr. Nicole Shaw Episode: "Trouble in Paradise"
2011 One Life to Live Ionia Masters Recurring role (5 episodes)
2012 Person of Interest Nicola Petrosian Episode: "Baby Blue"
2012 Blue Bloods Theresa Keenan Episode: "Some Kind of Hero"
2013 The Following Sharon Cooper Episode: "Chapter Two"
2013 The Good Wife Lila Ashbaugh Episode: "The Decision Tree"
2014 Elementary Karen Lutz Episode: "Enough Nemesis to Go Around"
2015 Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll Micki Episode: "Don't Wanna Die Anonymous"
2016 Chicago P.D. Deborah Meyer Episode: "In a Duffel Bag"

References

  1. ^ a b c d Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010 (2nd ed.). Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. p. 385. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7.
  2. ^ Beck, Ken (May 10, 1998). "Rock 'n' rolling Rick Nelson died way too young". The Tennessean. Tennessee, Nashville. p. 169. Retrieved September 17, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.

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