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Kate Williamson (I) (1931–2013)


Kate Williamson was born on September 19, 1931 in Ellenville, New York, USA as Robina Jane Sparks. She was an actress, known for Dream Lover (1993), Disclosure (1994) and Dahmer (2002). She was married to Al Ruscio. She died on December 6, 2013 in Encino, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Dream Lover
Dream Lover Mrs. Sneeder
(1993)
Disclosure
Disclosure Judge Barbara Murphy
(1994)
Dahmer
Dahmer Grandma
(2002)
JAG
JAG Bea Green
(1998)

Filmography

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 2003 7th Heaven (TV Series)
Marie Martin
- The One Thing (2003) ... Marie Martin
 2003 NYPD Blue (TV Series)
Edith Kuzmenko
- And the Wenner Is... (2003) ... Edith Kuzmenko
 2002 Dahmer
Grandma
 2002 Interview with the Assassin
Walter's Ex-Wife
 1998 The Hi-Lo Country
Mrs. Young
 1998 Home Improvement (TV Series)
Lois
- The Son Also Mooches (1998) ... Lois
 1998 JAG (TV Series)
Bea Green
- Father's Day (1998) ... Bea Green
 1997 Nothing Sacred (TV Series)
 1997 The Last Time I Committed Suicide
Nurse Waring
 1997 Profiler (TV Series)
Lillian Rutherford
- Blue Highway (1997) ... Lillian Rutherford
 1997 Touch
Edith
 1995 Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story (TV Movie)
Diane
 1995 Ellen (TV Series)
Mrs. Rodgers
- Ellen's Choice (1995) ... Mrs. Rodgers
- Trick or Treat - Who Cares? (1995) ... Mrs. Rodgers
- The Bridges of L.A. County (1995) ... Mrs. Rodgers
 1995 Bye Bye Love
Grandmother
 1994 Disclosure
Judge Barbara Murphy
 1994 Shadow of Obsession (TV Movie)
Mrs. Knapp
 1994 State of Emergency (TV Movie)
Dr. Yvonne Chambers
 1993 Dream Lover
Mrs. Sneeder
 1992 Red Shoe Diaries (TV Movie)
Old Lady
 1989 The Final Days (TV Movie)
Mrs. Buzhardt
 1989 Beauty and the Beast (TV Series)
Marilyn Campbell
- Orphans (1989) ... Marilyn Campbell
 1988 Something Is Out There (TV Series)
Mrs. Gardener
- Don't Look Back (1988) ... Mrs. Gardener
 1987 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Lady Customer
- Steal Me a Story (1987) ... Lady Customer
 1986 Highway to Heaven (TV Series)
Doctor
- A Special Love: Part 1 (1986) ... Doctor
 1986 The Paper Chase (TV Series)
- Graduation (1986)
 1985 Falcon Crest (TV Series)
Nurse
- Devil's Harvest (1985) ... Nurse
 1984 Cheers (TV Series)
Mona
- A Ditch in Time (1984) ... Mona
 1984 Racing with the Moon
Mrs. Winger
 1983 Newhart (TV Series)
Cleaning Lady
- It Happened One Afternoon: Part 2 (1983) ... Cleaning Lady
 1983 Hill Street Blues (TV Series)
Mrs. Dobson
- A Hill of Beans (1983) ... Mrs. Dobson
 1982 House Calls (TV Series)
- Ducks of Hazzard (1982)
 1981 Darkroom (TV Series)
Doctor
- Closed Circuit (1981) ... Doctor
 1981 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)
Mrs. Redner
- Tough Girl (1981) ... Mrs. Redner
 1980 Little House on the Prairie (TV Series)
Nurse #2
- To See the Light: Part 2 (1980) ... Nurse #2
 1977 Tabitha (TV Series)
Hostess
- Mr. Nice Guy (1977) ... Hostess
 1977 Police Story (TV Series)
Shirley
- End of the Line (1977) ... Shirley

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