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Dee Pelletier

Dee Pelletier is an actress, known for Consensus Reality, Third Watch (1999) and Elementary (2012). See full bio »
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Third Watch
Third Watch Patricia / Sheila
Elementary Polygraph Examiner
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Catherine Dooley / Laraine Farrell


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 2017 Laying Low (TV Movie) (post-production)
 2013 Thank You, Cabbage (Short)
Rosalind (Literary Agent)
 2013 Elementary (TV Series)
Polygraph Examiner
- On the Line (2013) ... Polygraph Examiner
 2012 Girls (TV Series)
 2004 Simple Revenge
 2003-2004 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Laraine Farrell / Catherine Dooley
- Conscience (2004) ... Laraine Farrell
- Cold Comfort (2003) ... Catherine Dooley
 2003 A Boy and a Girl (Short)
 2003 Four Simple Rules (Short)
 2002-2003 Third Watch (TV Series)
Patricia / Sheila
- Second Chances (2003) ... Patricia (uncredited)
- Crash and Burn (2002) ... Sheila
 2001 Law & Order (TV Series)
Mother #1
- School Daze (2001) ... Mother #1
 1997 Ghost Stories (TV Series)
- Cold Dark Space (1997)

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(February 23 to April 2, 1994) She played Roz Berringer in Tina Landau's play, "1969," in a Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with J. Ed Araiza (Royce Martinson); Sheila Daniels (Stefanie Teller); Jesse Sinclair Lenat (Lester Moscowitz); Barney O'Hanlon (Howie Raskin); Neil ... See more »

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