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Jan Shutan

Jan Shutan was born on November 5, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an actress, known for Dracula's Dog (1977), Dick Tracy (1967) and This House Possessed (1981). She has been married to David Levinson since December 24, 1980. See full bio »
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Known For

Dracula's Dog
Dracula's Dog Marla Drake
(1977)
Dick Tracy
Dick Tracy Lizz
(1967)
This House Possessed
(1981)
The Seven Minutes
The Seven Minutes Anna Lou White
(1971)

Filmography

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 1981 This House Possessed (TV Movie)
Helen
 1979 NBC Special Treat (TV Series)
Selena Jefries
- I Don't Know Who I Am (1979) ... Selena Jefries
 1979 Hello, Larry (TV Series)
Laura Winslow
- Larry's First Date (1979) ... Laura Winslow
 1978 Mother, Juggs & Speed (TV Short)
Mrs. Barry
 1977 Dracula's Dog
Marla Drake
 1976-1977 Quincy M.E. (TV Series)
Ginny / Lorraine
- Hit and Run at Danny's (1977) ... Ginny
- Who's Who in Neverland (1976) ... Lorraine
 1976 Charlie's Angels (TV Series)
Paula
- Lady Killer (1976) ... Paula
 1975 Three for the Road (TV Series)
Susanne Aberling
- Match Point (1975) ... Susanne Aberling
 1974 Sons and Daughters (TV Series)
Ruth Cramer
- The Tryst (1974) ... Ruth Cramer
- The Invitation (1974) ... Ruth Cramer
- The Pregnancy (1974) ... Ruth Cramer
- The Accident (1974) ... Ruth Cramer
- Lucille's Problem (1974) ... Ruth Cramer
 1974 Love Is Not Forever (TV Movie)
Ruth Cramer
 1973 Message to My Daughter (TV Movie)
Lorraine
 1972 Love, American Style (TV Series)
Janet (segment "Love and the President")
 1971 Night Gallery (TV Series)
Jane Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
- The Different Ones/Tell David.../Logoda's Heads (1971) ... Jane Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
 1971 The Seven Minutes
Anna Lou White
 1970 Nanny and the Professor (TV Series)
Mrs. Baker
- Star Bright (1970) ... Mrs. Baker
 1969-1970 Room 222 (TV Series)
Bonnie
- Just Between Friends (1970) ... Bonnie
- The New Boy (1970) ... Bonnie
- The Exchange Teacher (1969) ... Bonnie
- Clothes Make the Boy (1969) ... Bonnie
- Our Teacher Is Obsolete (1969) ... Bonnie
 1967 Dick Tracy (TV Short)
Lizz
 1966 The Felony Squad (TV Series)
Sue Bradley
- A Date with Terror (1966) ... Sue Bradley
 1966 Man in the Square Suit (TV Movie)
Marilyn Johnson
 1963-1966 Ben Casey (TV Series)
Joanie Cramer / Joanie Shutan
- Weave Nets to Catch the Wind (1966) ... Joanie Shutan
- Fun and Games and Other Tragic Things (1966) ... Joanie Cramer
 1965 The F.B.I. (TV Series)
Sgt. Judy Kessler
- The Exiles (1965) ... Sgt. Judy Kessler
 1965 The Fugitive (TV Series)
Lois
- The Old Man Picked a Lemon (1965) ... Lois
 1965 The Andy Griffith Show (TV Series)
Gloria
- Guest in the House (1965) ... Gloria
 1965 Barnaby (TV Movie)
 1964 The Outer Limits (TV Series)
Mrs. Subiron
- The Inheritors: Part II (1964) ... Mrs. Subiron
 1964 My Three Sons (TV Series)
Mrs. Proctor
- House for Sale (1964) ... Mrs. Proctor
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She co-starred in an unsold comedy pilot, called "Rambling Wreck from Discotheque", with Paul Dooley starring as a TV writer who reluctantly agrees to produce a rock-and-roll television series aimed at the teeny-bopper set. See more »

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Trivia:

Probably best known for her appearance in the Star Trek (1966) episode, Star Trek: The Lights of Zetar (1969), in which she played Lt. Mira Romaine, the young officer Scotty was in love with.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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