Bess Armstrong

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Bess Armstrong
Birth name Elizabeth Key Armstrong
Born December 11, 1953 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
On Our Own (1977) Julia Peters 1977–1978 1
All Is Forgiven Paula Russell 1986 1
Married People Elizabeth Meyers 1990–1991 1
My So-Called Life Patty Chase 1994–1995 1
That Was Then Mickey Glass 2002 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
The Love Boat Laura Stanton 2x04 - The Man Who Loved Women / A Different Girl / Oh, My Aching Brother September 30, 1978
Touched by an Angel Mary 4x20 - How Do You Spell Faith? March 29, 1998
The Nanny Sara Sheffield 5x22 - The Wedding (1) May 13, 1998
Frasier Kelly Kirkland 11x12 - Frasier-Lite January 6, 2004
One Tree Hill Lydia James 2x01 - The Desperate Kingdom of Love September 21, 2004
One Tree Hill Lydia James 2x02 - The Truth Doesn't Make a Noise September 28, 2004
One Tree Hill Lydia James 7x16 - My Attendance Is Bad But My Intentions Are Good February 8, 2010
One Tree Hill Lydia James 7x17 - At the Bottom of Everything February 15, 2010
One Tree Hill Lydia James 7x18 - The Last Day of Our Acquaintance February 22, 2010
Castle Paula Casillas 3x02 - He's Dead, She's Dead September 27, 2010

Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Getting Married Kristine Lawrence May 17, 1978 CBS Wednesday Night at the Movies
How to Pick Up Girls! Sally Claybrook November 3, 1978 ABC Friday Night Movie
Walking Through the Fire Laurel Lee May 15, 1979 CBS Tuesday Night at the Movies
11th Victim Jill Kelso November 6, 1979 CBS Tuesday Night at the Movies
Stolen Innocence Becky Sapp October 3, 1995 CBS Tuesday Movie
Mixed Blessings Pilar Graham Coleman December 11, 1995 NBC Monday Night Movie
Forgotten Sins Roberta "Bobbie" Bradshaw March 7, 1996 ABC Thursday Night Movie
The Perfect Daughter Jill Michaelson August 21, 1996 USA Network Original
She Cried No Denise Connell September 23, 1996 NBC Monday Night Movie
Forever Love Gail September 27, 1998 CBS Sunday Movie

Awards and Accolades

Saturn Awards

(1 Nomination)