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Shannon Presby

Shannon Presby was born on April 18, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for The New Kids (1985), Strike Force (1981) and CHiPs (1977). See full bio »

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The New Kids
The New Kids Loren
Strike Force
Strike Force Billy
CHiPs Wally
Five Mile Creek
Five Mile Creek Matt Buckland


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 1985 Five Mile Creek (TV Series)
Matt Buckland
- One Fine Day (1985) ... Matt Buckland
- A Lot of Hot Air (1985) ... Matt Buckland
- A Death in the Family (1985) ... Matt Buckland
- The Great Coach Race (1985) ... Matt Buckland
- A Fish Out of Water (1985) ... Matt Buckland
 1985 The New Kids
 1983 Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer (TV Movie)
John Charles Turner
 1982 Diff'rent Strokes (TV Series)
- Crime Story: Part 2 (1982) ... Eddie
- Crime Story: Part 1 (1982) ... Eddie
 1982 Strike Force (TV Series)
- Fallen Angel (1982) ... Billy
 1982 CHiPs (TV Series)
- Tiger in the Streets (1982) ... Wally
 1981 Crazy Times (TV Movie)
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 2012 Snapped (TV Series documentary)
- Stephanie Lazarus (2012) ... Himself

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As a prosecutor, he prosecuted a famous cold case in 2012 and won a murder conviction against a veteran LAPD police detective named Stephanie Lazarus. In 1986, Lazarus shot and killed her ex-boyfriend's wife out of jealousy. There were no eyewitnesses and DNA testing wasn't conducted then, even though a swab was taken, capturing saliva from a bite mark on victim's body. The LAPD didn't consider ... See more »

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