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Channe Nolen

Channe Nolen was born on June 8, 1957. She is known for her work on The Undershepherd (2012), Power Rangers Zeo (1996) and BeetleBorgs (1996). See full bio »


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The Undershepherd
The Undershepherd First Baptist Church Member
Power Rangers Zeo
Power Rangers Zeo Mrs. Sloan
BeetleBorgs Abbie
'Til Death
'Til Death Texting Mother


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 2012 The Undershepherd
First Baptist Church Member
 2010 'Til Death (TV Series)
Texting Mother
- The Check-Up (2010) ... Texting Mother
 1997-1998 Beetleborgs Metallix (TV Series)
- Mega Borg Power (1998) ... Abbie
- The Poe and the Pendulum (1997) ... Abbie
- Boogerman (1997) ... Abbie
- How Does Your Garden Grow? (1997) ... Abbie
- Son of Frankenbeans (1997) ... Abbie
 1997 BeetleBorgs (TV Series)
- Svengali, by Golly (1997) ... Abbie
- The Good, the Bad and the Scary (1997) ... Abbie
- Bride of Frankenbeans (1997) ... Abbie
- She Wolf (1997) ... Abbie
- Jo's Strange Change (1997) ... Abbie
 1996 Power Rangers Zeo (TV Series)
Mrs. Sloan
- The Lore of Auric (1996) ... Mrs. Sloan
 1994 Under Suspicion (TV Series)
Grieving Lesbian Widow
- Serial Killer: Part 1 (1994) ... Grieving Lesbian Widow (uncredited)
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 2010 Way Black When (TV Movie) (caterer)

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