Lea Thompson Net Worth

Lea Thompson Net Worth is
$14 Million

Lea Thompson Biography

Lea Thompson net value: Lea Thompson can be an American celebrity who includes a net value is $14 million dollars. Born in Rochester, Minnesota, Lea Thompson began monitoring ballet as a kid and gained multiple scholarships to review with American Ballet Theatre and SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Ballet, among various other ballet schools. She continued to dance with ABT, Pennsylvania Ballet, Minnesota Ballet, and Ballet Repertory, before turning her focus on performing in her early 20s. She started her professional acting profession showing up in multiple Burger King advertisements and began employed in film in the first 80s. Her credits in the 80s consist of “Jaws 3-D”, “All of the Right Moves”, “Crimson Dawn”, “Some type of Amazing”, and “The Wizard of Loneliness”. She actually is most more popular as the mom of Marty McFly in the “Back again to the near future” trilogy. Thompson became popular when she made an appearance in the film Back again to the Long term series like the Beverly Hillbillies, Howard the Duck, Jaws 3-D and much more. Since then, she’s starred in some Hallmark Channel films known as the “Jane Doe” series, and has made an appearance in multiple productions on Broadway. Till date she’s appeared in a number of movies and Television shows. Nevertheless, she became mainly known when she was selected for the part of Lorraine Baines in the 1st film of the trunk to the near future trilogy. Who’s Lea Thompson: A favorite name in the film market, Lea Thompson can be a multi talented woman. She actually is an celebrity, director in addition to a producer. Early Existence (Childhood): She was created on the laps of Clifford and Barbara Barry Thompson in Rochester, Minnesota, USA. She shares her birthday on 31st of May. In the 1980s, Lea Thompson was showing up in a few advertisements for Burger King. She weights 119 pounds or 54 kg and he elevation is five ft and four inches high. She has your body measurement of 34-26-34 in. Personal Life: She actually is a married female. She knotted her wedded bonding with like of her lifestyle Howard Deutch on 23rd of July 1989. But additionally to that, she actually is also referred to as a TV maker and director. Accomplishment: In 2014, she earned her first American Film Awards. Initially it appeared like Thompson really includes a bright upcoming in this field: she quickly earned the scholarship to American Ballet Theatre and a other institutions. Lea Thompson earned $14 Million – $14 000 000 this season which computes to be ~$38356,16 each day; I am sure that a lot of of you understand this actress on her behalf performance on Back again to the near future trilogy, but Lorraine Baines isn’t the only prominent personality she’s created. Lea can be famous for carrying out the leading function on a popular tv sitcom Caroline in the town. She appeared in a lot more than 45 ballets when she was an associate of the American Ballet Theater. Probably the most important functions she’s done lately was on tv series Switched at Birth. That is a brief history of her profession, but let’s examine her way to stardom more thoroughly. Although acting provides boosted Lea Thompson net worthy of to huge amount of money, this is not her first profession choice. Thus, her function in these spheres in addition has increased the entire estimate of Lea Thompson net worthy of. And this had not been simply her hobby: the lady used to spend three to four 4 hours practicing each day and started carrying out professionally by this 14. Rumor: She actually is also an excellent dancer. With American Ballet Theatre the teenager offers performed in 45 takes on. However, around enough time she’s turned 20 Lea made a decision to switch a profession to acting. Among her reasons revolved around cash.63 m) Marital Status Married (Howard Deutch) NAME Lea Kathleen Thompson Nationality USA Date of Birth May 31, 1961 Ethnicity White Weight 117lbs (53kg) Occupation Actress, tv director, tv producer Education American Ballet Theatre, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet Children 2 (Zoey Deutch, Madelyn Deutch) Lea Kathleen Thompson born on, may 31, 1961 is usually a popular American television producer, tv director and actress. Second, she’s received some rather disappointing critique from Mikhail Baryshnikov. To become more particular, Mikhail, who was simply the creative director at American Ballet Theatre, stated she was “a lovely dancer, but as well stocky.” Lea Thompson net worthy of started to grow immediately after she began to pursue profession in films. Thompson began dating Howard Deutch from 1987, their relationship was under no circumstances found before couple made a decision to get married. Shortly the celebrity ascended to stardom as Lorraine Baines on Back again to the near future. For the performance upon this comic technology fiction film Lea was nominated for Saturn Awards as Greatest Supporting Actress. Her following critically acclaimed part was on Some type of Wonderful. She was raised as a ballet dancer. Best named Lorraine Baines in Back again to the near future

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameLea Thompson
Net Worth$14 Million
Date Of BirthMay 31, 1961
DiedAugust 19, 2013, Los Angeles, California, United States
Height1.63 m
ProfessionTelevision producer, Film producer, Ballet Dancer, Film director, Actor, Television Director
SpouseHoward Deutch
ChildrenZoey Deutch, Madelyn Deutch
ParentsBarbara Thompson, Cliff Thompson
SiblingsColeen Goodrich, Barry Thompson, Shannon Thompson Katona
AwardsPeople's Choice Award for Favorite Actress in a New TV Series, Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actress
NominationsSatellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy
MoviesBack to the Future, Howard the Duck, Some Kind of Wonderful, All the Right Moves, Back to the Future Part II, Red Dawn, Back to the Future Part III, Jaws 3-D, Dennis the Menace, Left Behind, SpaceCamp, The Little Rascals, The Wild Life, Exit Speed, The Substitute Wife, Ping Pong Summer, The Trouble with the Truth, The Wizard of Loneliness, Article 99, J. Edgar, The Beverly Hillbillies, Stealing Christmas, Splinterheads, Love at the Christmas Table, Mayor Cupcake, Nightbreaker, The Unspoken Truth, A Life Interrupted, Thin Ice, Casual Sex?, The Right to Remain Silent, The Dog Lover, Adventures of a Teenage Dragon Slayer, Come Away Home, Spy School, The Unknown Cyclist, Call Me Crazy: A Five Film, The Cabin, California Dreaming, Fatal Secrets, Rock Slyde, Senior Skip Day, Fish Don't Blink, Haunted Lighthouse, The Gatekeeper, Jane Doe 9: Eye Of The Beholder
TV ShowsRinger, Jane Doe, Celebrity Duets, For the People, Caroline in the City, Switched at Birth, Dancing with the Stars, A Town Called Malice

Interesting Facts

1 Has been best friends with Christopher Lloyd since they co-starred in Back to the Future. They have also done three movies together outside the trilogy.
2 She is of Irish, English, Scots-Irish, German, and distant Dutch, ancestry.
3 She directs and appears in the film _The Year of Spectacular Men (2016)_ with her daughters, Madelyn Deutch and Zoey Deutch'. The film's screenplay was authored by her daughter, Madelyn.
4 She is the mother of actress-writer Madelyn Deutch and actress Zoey Deutch.
5 She played Salle Bowles in the musical Cabaret for 8 months.
6 She has sung duets with both her daughters at a number of the What A Pair benefit concerts supporting breast cancer research.
7 She was Cecily "Sissy" Loper in the live action video game, MysteryDisc : Murder Anyone? in 1982.
8 Her first role was as water skiing water show performer, she did not know how to water ski or even swim prior to being cast.
9 She met former fiancée, Dennis Quaid on the set of Jaws 3-D (1983).
10 In Back to the Future Part II (1989) a clip for Jaw 19 is mentioned in the movie, Lea was in a supporting role in the movie Jaws 3-D (1983).
11 She sung with both her daughters in the 2008 A Night at Sardi's Bye Bye Birdie production to benefit Alzheimer's research.
12 She appeared with both her daughters in _Mayor Cupcake (2011)_. The mother, daughter, sister relationships of their roles are the same ones they have in real life.
13 She was in series of Burger King commercials in the early 1980's, the series also starred Sarah Michelle Gellar and Elisabeth Shue.
14 Did her own singing in Howard the Duck (1986).
15 Has a brother named Barry Eldon Thompson.
16 Daughter-in-law of Murray Deutch.
17 Her husband's uncle is actor Robert Walden.
18 Aunt of Elizabeth Goodrich.
19 Sister-in-law of Phillip Goodrich.
20 Younger sister of Coleen Goodrich, Andrew Thompson and Shannon Thompson Katona.
21 Her character's name in Back to the Future (1985) underwent numerous changes when the script was being written. In an early draft, her character was called Mary Ellen, and in later drafts, she was called Eileen before it finally became Lorraine.
22 It took approximately four hours to apply the makeup that would make her and co-stars Crispin Glover and Thomas F. Wilson appear to be middle-aged adults in Back to the Future (1985).
23 Her brother, Andrew Thompson, was also a modern ballet dancer with the Colorado Ballet. They both took ballet classes throughout their youth, and he helped her pay for her classes later on in life.
24 Danced in more than 45 ballets with the ABT.
25 Won scholarships to the School of American Ballet and the American Ballet Theatre.
26 Wanted nothing more when she was at the American Ballet Theatre than to dance with the star dancer, Mikhail Baryshnikov. She was heartbroken when he remarked that she was "a beautiful dancer, but too stocky." Shortly after, she left the company.
27 Claims she was one of the few ballerinas at the American Ballet Theatre that didn't have an eating disorder.
28 Has appeared in Friends (1994) as her character from Caroline in the City (1995). "Friends" star Matthew Perry has appeared in "Caroline in the City" as his character Chandler Bing.
29 Met husband Howard Deutch when he directed her in Some Kind of Wonderful (1987).
30 Attended Marshall-University High School (Minneapolis).
31 Has two daughters, Madelyn Deutch (born March 23, 1991) and Zoey Deutch (born December 1, 1994) with her husband Howard Deutch.
32 Was engaged to Dennis Quaid for about 3 years before marrying Howard Deutch. She met Quaid on the set of her first movie Jaws 3-D (1983).


1 [2012, on Article 99 (1992)] Wow, that's a crazy movie. That movie was interesting because I was eight months pregnant when I did it. My husband directed it, and there was another actress in that part, but the studio didn't like her, so they said, "You picked the wrong person, so get your wife to do it for very little money, 'cause she's already there on location in Kansas, anyway". So, yeah, I stepped in for some poor actress who was fired, and it was a really great cast. Luckily, I was wearing a lab coat, so I could hide my big baby bulge, but I remember I did a lot of frantic scenes with Forest Whitaker, and, y'know, he's a big guy, so I was always afraid I was going to get smashed by him. But I was really proud of that movie. I really loved it. It was ahead of its time in a lot of ways. Now we're going to be having more and more issues with all of the veterans coming home, how we're going to treat them, and the state of health care in this country. I liked what that movie said, and I was really proud of Howard for making it. And sad that it didn't do better... It had an amazing score. Danny Elfman did the score, I remember that. And, you know, both my dad and my husband's dad were veterans, so it felt really powerful to do something for them, something about veterans. I was really proud of that. And, again, I was very pregnant. Poor Kiefer Sutherland had to kiss me. Or maybe just flirt with me. I don't remember if he actually kissed me, but either way, he's got to do this when I'm eight months pregnant... and in front of my husband, no less!
2 [2012] SpaceCamp (1986) was an interesting movie because, after the first day of filming, we were already 10 days behind schedule. And it kind of kept on that way. It was supposed to be a three-month shoot, and it ended up taking six. We had T-shirts printed up that said, "SpaceCamp: It's Not Just A Movie, It's A Career". Oh, actually, instead of SpaceCamp, it actually said SpaceCramp. That movie was really fun because of the camaraderie we had. It was Kelly Preston, Tate Donovan, Kate Capshaw, and Leaf Phoenix, who later became Joaquin Phoenix. He was only 10 and just a wonderful kid. We all spent so much time together on that weird mock-up of the space shuttle. And then it was, like, the biggest disaster for a movie, because before the movie came out, between the time we wrapped it and the time it came out, the space shuttle blew up. Which was a horrible, horrible tragedy, so, of course, nobody wanted to see a film about a bunch of wacky kids accidentally blasting off in the space shuttle. It was just a horrible situation. Since then, though, I've had a lot of people come up to me and say that they became physicists or inventors, how much they loved that movie and how much it inspired them. That was really sweet and something I never really expected...It was a crazy movie. Very, very difficult and tortured film to make. But we had a great time, we laughed a lot, and we knew each other very well by the end of it.
3 [2012] Casual Sex? (1988) Well, that was based on a "Groundlings" sketch, and it was a really interesting movie because we basically shot the movie, then they tested it and pretty much reshot half of it. It was really weird. Andrew Dice Clay was designed to be the complete buffoon, then, for some reason, they made me marry him in the reshoots. I've never seen anything like it. This happens a lot, though. Recently, I watched the trailer for it, and they have all these scenes from when he was a buffoon that they'd cut out of the movie but still put in the trailer. So that was bizarre. They actually shot me marrying three different guys in that movie. The whole thing was really weird.
4 [2012] Red Dawn (1984) was really the most fun I ever had making a movie, because I love Westerns, and I love the idea of being a tomboy, and riding horses and shooting guns. I remember Jennifer Grey and I being, like, tormented but amazed by the politics of "Red Dawn", but the truth is that the story is a fascinating one. The idea was so interesting. The movie is like a really, really low budget of its day. You don't see anything. They talk about how Chicago just fell to the Russians, but you don't see it. We only talk about it. I think it's kind of powerful on that level, that it's more like a play or a book, where the war that you actually do see feels more real as a result. I dunno, I just had a lot of fun being out on the tundra with John Milius and all the craziness that went along with that. And the guys were all so awesome, and we had such camaraderie. Patrick Swayze and Charlie Sheen, who was a madman even then. He was awesomely unpredictable even then, but he was adorable. I just had a really interesting time in the '80s. I tore it up in the '80s!
5 {2012, on the "Back to the Future" trilogy] Well, I mean, seriously, how lucky am I? That part was such a gift, you know? They just don't come along that great. I've had a few great parts, and that's definitely at the top of the list. For some reason, I just really got her. I got the depressed, beaten-down, drunken Lorraine, and I got the young, silly, oversexed, repressed Lorraine from 1955. Some parts just click in your head, and you just go for it. I remember the audition or screen test - whatever it was - at Amblin, where Steven Spielberg was working the camera. It was just so much fun, playing dress-up and inventing these characters, and then the idea that they let me play four or five more aspects of the same person in "Back to the Future II and III"... It really was such a gift. It's really interesting to me, and to Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale and all of us, how resonant the movie still is to people. I think the themes were even bigger than they thought when they made the movie. The key theme that I think about is the idea that one moment could change your life forever, that one moment of standing up for yourself or having courage against a bully could change your life forever, like when George punches Biff and saves Lorraine. And the idea that, y'know, your parents were young once. They had the same dreams that you have as a teenager and the same passions and know how important that part of your life is. Those are really important themes that continue to resonate, and I think that's why parents keep wanting to show their kids these movies. And grandparents. I feel really, really lucky to be mostly known for that movie and that part. It was a great part.
6 [2012, on Jaws 3-D (1983)] Well, that was my very first part, the very first movie I ever got, but I lied and said I had done a couple of other movies, so when I showed up, I really knew absolutely nothing. Also, I had said that I knew how to water-ski. And I did not. So I had, like, five days to learn really, really complicated water-skiing things, because I had to fit into the Sea World water-skiing show. I don't even know how to swim! So that was an interesting event. I wiped out a lot. But I pulled it off, I think, because I was a ballet dancer. The acting... was not so good. But I looked pretty good in my bikini, so I think that made up for it.
7 [2012) Caroline in the City (1995)] was such an interesting thing, because I'd never been on the set of a sitcom or even auditioned for a sitcom when they gave me that part. And I'd just had my second daughter. In fact, she was actually breast-feeding during network notes, which in a lot of eras probably would've been a cause for firing. But anyway, it really was a terrifying experience. I remember I went to see another show taping, because I was like, "I have to at least see what it's like before I have to do it", but after I did that, I said, "I can't do this! This is too scary!" The whole experience of doing a sitcom is... Telling jokes with such precision is really exciting, but it's also terrifying. It was a great job, though. I wish it would have gone on for a few more years. The character of Caroline... I kept saying to the writers, "She's got everything. She's young, she's got a great job, she's got this giant apartment in New York. How are you supposed to care about her?" So it made it interesting to try and make people want to be involved in her life. And to like her, because she kind of had everything except for a man, and I was like, "C'mon, guys, can't you come up with something else besides that?" But it still had a lot of fans, we got good ratings, and I'm really proud of it when I watch it now. I'm always amazed at how funny it was. And I'm still really good friends with all of the actors, which is not all that usual. Usually, you don't really end up lifelong buddies with your co-stars.
8 [2012] 'Howard the Duck' (1986)_! That's a really interesting movie. I appreciate my career, because I've had a lot of very interesting ups and downs, and most people... That movie is such a famous flop. In a land of a lot of flops, it's kind of awesome to be in a really famous flop. I mean, it's kind of a poster child for flops. A lot of iconoclasts really love that movie. They love to love something that everyone hates. And those are my kind of folks. I'm happy to be part of that club of people who don't want to be told what's horrible and just want to enjoy it anyway. "Howard the Duck" has a lot of fans, and usually when they come up to me, I just think they're the coolest. Because it takes a lot of strength, a lot of perseverance to love "Howard the Duck". That was a really long shoot - it took six months to shoot - and it was a really, really hard part to get. It was a gigantic movie. George Lucas was producing, it had a very big budget, and everybody wanted that part. And everybody wanted the part of the duck! Everybody wanted to voice the duck. The people that they had coming were like, Robin Williams, Jay Leno... all these people wanted to be the voice of the duck, and they were turned down. So it was a really big deal. And it was really fun for me, because, y'know, I got to be a rock star. Everybody wants to be a rock star, right? So, I got to sing and wear really crazy hair. It's unfortunate that it was such a bomb. But, whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
9 [2012, on Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)] I never would've done it if it hadn't been for Howard the Duck (1986). I'd actually turned it down. And, then, when "Howard The Duck" was such a bomb that weekend, Eric Stoltz came and said, "Howard Deutch wants to offer you this movie again". I'd already turned it down, and I was like, "I'd better take it". I just kept hearing this voice going, "Get back on the horse!" I was so devastated. So I said, "Yes", and, of course, that affected my life a lot, because I met my husband, who I'm still married to, and we have two incredible daughters. People love love love that movie. I think probably once or twice a day someone comes up to me... You know, if I'm not just sitting in my house. If I'm actually out among other people, someone comes up to me and tells me how much that movie affected them, how much they loved that movie, or that it's their favorite movie, which is really quite extraordinary, because the movie was not a hit. But it's had this incredible life. The opening of "Some Kind of Wonderful" is just so exquisite. The way my husband put together that whole montage that sets up the whole story, it's just so beautifully done. The music, the costumes, the story, they're all still really powerful, which is odd for a movie that's 25 years old. They don't make those movies anymore. I'm amazed at how many people love it. I'm also amazed at how many men really like it.
10 [2012, on J. Edgar (2011)] That was just really great. Y'know, when Clint Eastwood asks you to come and play, even if it's one scene, you go. He says, "Jump", you say, "How high?" And I was so curious to see how he works. I thought she was a really interesting character. After kind of researching her, I really wanted to see a whole movie on her. She was a real strange cat. She was a witness for the House Un-American Activities Committee, and she decided what line in what movie was a communist plot. I mean, imagine! Kind of kooky. So she and her politics were, like, really whacked. She was one of J. Edgar's beards. She kind of ended up being his girlfriend. It's not really in the movie, but she and another actress were kind of his girlfriends. So, she was also an actress, a stage mom, a writer... I really wanted to know more about her after doing my research. But it was super fun to work with Leonardo DiCaprio and Armie Hammer, really fun to do a scene with them, and working in that environment with Clint Eastwood. He runs a set like nobody else I've ever been around. It's very quiet, it's very respectful, but it's very tense in a way, because you only get one take or maybe two. It's very church-like, which puts more pressure on the actors, because it's so quiet and focused. As a director and as an actor, I just really appreciated having that experience in my career, where I got to see how he works. I thought the perspective of the movie was so interesting, and it was brave of Clint Eastwood to make that movie, so I was happy to be part of it.


All Lea Thompson pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Marquee American Movie Awards Best Actress The Trouble with the Truth (2011)
2007 LA Femme Filmmaker Award LA Femme International Film Festival Humanitarian Award
1996 People's Choice Award People's Choice Awards, USA Favorite Female Performer in a New TV Series
1990 Blimp Award Kids' Choice Awards, USA Favorite Movie Actress Back to the Future Part II (1989)
1988 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 BTVA Television Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a New Television Series Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (2014) Thomas Middleditch

Adam Devine

Tania Gunadi

Alfred Molina

Larry Wilmore

Gary Cole

Lenny Venito

Rosie Perez

Adam West
1997 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Actress in a Comedy Series Caroline in the City (1995)
1997 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Series, Comedy or Musical Caroline in the City (1995)
1990 CableACE CableACE Awards Actress in a Movie or Miniseries Nightbreaker (1989)
1986 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actress Back to the Future (1985)



Sierra Burgess Is a Loser 2018 post-production Mrs. Burgess
Little Women 2017 pre-production Marmee
The Year of Spectacular Men 2017 post-production
Literally, Right Before Aaron 2017 Deb
Switched at Birth 2011-2017 TV Series Kathryn Kennish
Scorpion 2016-2017 TV Series Veronica Dineen
American Dad! 2016 TV Series Caroline Duffy
The Dog Lover 2016 Liz Holloway
Stars Are Already Dead 2016/I Aunt Sophia
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero 2014-2015 TV Series Vonnie Zero
The Muppets. 2015 TV Series Lea Thompson
Family Guy 2013-2015 TV Series Teenaged Girl in Diner / Lorraine McFly
A to Z 2014 TV Series Lea Thompson
Left Behind 2014/I Irene Steele
My Mother's Future Husband 2014 TV Movie René Henderson
Ping Pong Summer 2014 Crandall Miracle
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2013 TV Series Jennifer Rhodes
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film 2013 TV Movie Julia
Love at the Christmas Table 2012 TV Movie Elissa Beth Dixon
Mystery Case Files: Shadow Lake 2012 Video Game Cassandra Williams
Game of Your Life 2011 TV Movie Abbie
J. Edgar 2011 Lela Rogers
The Trouble with the Truth 2011 Emily
The Cabin 2011 TV Movie Lily MacDougal
Mayor Cupcake 2011 Mary Maroni
Robot Chicken 2011 TV Series Lorraine Baines
Thin Ice 2011 Jo Ann Prohaska
Uncle Nigel 2010 TV Movie Abby Wells
Adventures of a Teenage Dragonslayer 2010 Laura
Greek 2010 TV Series April
Splinterheads 2009 Susan Frost
Rock Slyde 2009 Master Bartologist
The Check 2009 Short Darla
Fatal Secrets 2009 Rebecca
The Christmas Clause 2008 TV Movie Sophie
Exit Speed 2008 Maudie McMinn
Senior Skip Day 2008 Video Cathleen Harris
Spy School 2008 Claire Miller
Jane Doe: Eye of the Beholder 2008 TV Movie Cathy Davis / Jane Doe
Final Approach 2007 TV Movie Alicia Bender
Jane Doe: How to Fire Your Boss 2007 Video Cathy Davis
A Life Interrupted 2007 TV Movie Debbie Smith
Jane Doe: Ties That Bind 2007 TV Movie Cathy Davis / Jane Doe
California Dreaming 2007 Ginger Gainor
10 Tricks 2006 Grace
Jane Doe: The Harder They Fall 2006 TV Movie Cathy Davis
Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well 2006 TV Movie Cathy Davis
Jane Doe: The Wrong Face 2005 TV Movie Cathy Davis
Come Away Home 2005 Carol Lamm
Jane Doe: Til Death Do Us Part 2005 TV Movie Cathy Davis
Jane Doe: Now You See It, Now You Don't 2005 TV Movie Cathy Davis
Jane Doe: Vanishing Act 2005 TV Movie Cathy Davis
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2004 TV Series Michelle Osborne
Ed 2004 TV Series Liz Stevens
Stealing Christmas 2003 TV Movie Sarah Gibson
Haunted Lighthouse 2003 Short Peg Van Legge
For the People 2002-2003 TV Series Chief Dep. Dist. Atty. Camille Paris
Back to the Future: Hilarious Outtakes 2002 Video short Lorraine Baines (uncredited)
Fish Don't Blink 2002 Clara
Caroline in the City 1995-2000 TV Series Caroline Duffy
A Will of Their Own 1998 TV Mini-Series Amanda Steward
The Unknown Cyclist 1998 Melissa Cavatelli
The Right to Remain Silent 1996 TV Movie Christine Paley
Friends 1995 TV Series Caroline Duffy
The Unspoken Truth 1995 TV Movie Brianne Hawkins
The Little Rascals 1994 Ms. Roberts
The Substitute Wife 1994 TV Movie Amy Hightower
The Beverly Hillbillies 1993 Laura Jackson
Dennis the Menace 1993 Mrs. Alice Mitchell
Stolen Babies 1993 TV Movie Annie Beales
Article 99 1992 Dr. Robin Van Dorn
Back to the Future Part III 1990 Maggie McFly Lorraine McFly
Montana 1990 TV Movie Peg Guthrie
Back to the Future Part II 1989 Lorraine
Tales from the Crypt 1989 TV Series Sylvia Vane
Nightbreaker 1989 TV Movie Sally Matthews
The Wizard of Loneliness 1988 Sybil
Casual Sex? 1988 Stacy
Some Kind of Wonderful 1987 Amanda Jones
Howard the Duck 1986 Beverly Switzler
SpaceCamp 1986 Kathryn Fairly
Back to the Future 1985 Lorraine Baines
Going Undercover 1985 Marigold de la Hunt
The Wild Life 1984 Anita
Red Dawn 1984 Erica
All the Right Moves 1983 Lisa
Jaws 3-D 1983 Kelly Ann Bukowski
MysteryDisc: Murder, Anyone? 1982 Video Game Cecily 'Sissy' Loper


The Trouble with the Truth 2011 producer
Mayor Cupcake 2011 executive producer
Pork Chop Night 2010 Short associate producer
Fatal Secrets 2009 associate producer
Caroline in the City 1998-2000 TV Series producer - 22 episodes


Mayor Cupcake 2011 performer: "Red Roses", "Muffin Man"
Caroline in the City 1995-1999 TV Series performer - 6 episodes
The Unknown Cyclist 1998 performer: "I'll Remember You"
Howard the Duck 1986 performer: "Hunger City", "Don't Turn Away Reprise", "It Don't Come Cheap", "Howard the Duck"


The Year of Spectacular Men 2017 post-production
Switched at Birth 2013-2017 TV Series 4 episodes
The Goldbergs 2016 TV Series 1 episode
Jane Doe: Eye of the Beholder 2008 TV Movie
Jane Doe: The Harder They Fall 2006 TV Movie


Head Case 2008 TV Series additional material - 1 episode


Looking Back to the Future 2009 Video documentary special thanks
My Best Friend's Girl 2008 special thanks
Lovely, Still 2008 thanks


Access Hollywood Live 2017 TV Series Herself
The Chew 2012-2017 TV Series Herself - Guest
EW Reunites 2016 TV Series documentary Herself - Lorraine Baines
31st Annual Imagen Awards 2016 TV Movie Herself
Whose Line Is It Anyway? 2016 TV Series Herself - Special Guest
Cupcake Wars 2016 TV Series Herself - Contestant
Hollywood Game Night 2016 TV Series Herself - Celebrity Player
2015 Hero Dog Awards 2015 TV Movie Herself - Presenter
Rachael Ray 2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
Inside Edition 2015 TV Series documentary Herself
Today 2011-2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
Pop Goes the Culture TV 2015 TV Series Herself
Back in Time 2015 Documentary Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2014-2015 TV Series Herself / Herself - Dancing with the Stars
Q N' A with Mikki and Shay 2015 TV Series Herself
Dancing with the Stars 2014 TV Series Herself - Contestant
The View 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Teens Wanna Know 2013-2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Queen Latifah Show 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Good Morning America 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Extra 2014 TV Series Herself
HuffPost Live Conversations 2014 TV Series Herself
The O'Reilly Factor 2014 TV Series Herself (segment "Watter's World")
Life After 2013 TV Series Herself
Milius 2013 Documentary Herself
Bound by Flesh 2012 Documentary voice
Big Morning Buzz Live 2012 TV Series Herself - Guest
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Shirley MacLaine 2012 TV Special Herself
Hollywood Saturday Night 2012 TV Series Herself - Guest Host
80th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade 2011 TV Special Herself
The Talk 2011 TV Series Herself - Guest
Alzheimer's Disease: A Guide for Patients and Families 2011 TV Movie Herself - Spokesperson
Ace of Cakes 2011 TV Series Herself
Tales from the Future 2010 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
A Look Back at Howard the Duck 2009 Video documentary short Herself
Releasing the Duck 2009 Video documentary short Herself
Looking Back to the Future 2009 Video documentary Herself
Head Case 2008 TV Series Herself
TV Land Confidential 2007 TV Series documentary Herself - Interviewee
Celebrity Duets 2006 TV Series Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 2006 TV Series documentary Herself
Looking Back at the Future 2006 Documentary Herself
The Tony Danza Show 2006 TV Series Herself - Guest
I Love the 80's 3-D 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
Hollywood's Master Storytellers: Back to the Future 20th Anniversary 2005 TV Movie Herself
I Love the '80s Strikes Back 2003 TV Series documentary Herself
Hollywood Squares 1999-2003 TV Series Herself
I Love the '80s 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 2002 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1997-2000 TV Series Herself - Guest
Broadway on Broadway 2000 TV Movie Herself - Performer ("Cabaret")
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1993-1999 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 24th Annual People's Choice Awards 1998 TV Special Herself - Presenter: Favorite New Television Comedy Series
The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1998 TV Special Herself - Presenter
TV Guide Looks at Christmas 1998 TV Movie Herself - Host
The Larry Sanders Show 1998 TV Series Herself
Intimate Portrait 1998 TV Series documentary Herself
TV Guide Looks at Christmas 1997 TV Movie Herself - Host
The Daily Show 1997 TV Series Herself - Guest
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1995-1997 TV Series Herself - Guest
The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Presenter
Crook & Chase 1997 TV Series Herself
Late Show with David Letterman 1996 TV Series Herself - Guest
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 1996 TV Movie Herself
The 18th Annual CableACE Awards 1996 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1996 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The 22nd Annual People's Choice Awards 1996 TV Special Herself - Winner & Accepting Award for Favorite New Television Comedy Series
2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1996 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards 1996 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The 17th Annual CableACE Awards 1995 TV Special Herself
Showbiz Today 1995 TV Series Herself
John & Leeza from Hollywood 1993 TV Series Herself
A Menace Named Dennis 1993 TV Movie documentary Herself
The Arsenio Hall Show 1989-1990 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Making of 'Back to the Future II' 1989 Video short Herself
Late Night with David Letterman 1986 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Making of 'Back to the Future' 1985 TV Short documentary Herself
The Making of 'Jaws 3-D': Sharks Don't Die 1983 TV Movie documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Entertainment Tonight 2015-2016 TV Series Herself
Welcome to the Basement 2015-2016 TV Series Irene Steele / Lorraine Baines McFly
CR: Back to the Future 2008 Video Game Lorraine Baines
Retrosexual: The 80's 2004 TV Mini-Series documentary
Back to the Future Video Slots 2004 Video Game Lorraine Baines
Sex at 24 Frames Per Second 2003 Video documentary Lisa Litski (uncredited)

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