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Melanie Jones is an actress and producer, known for Something Is Out There (1988), Sunset (1988) and The House of Mirth (1981). She is married to David C. Jones. See full bio »

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Something Is Out There Claire Riggs
Sunset Reporter
Falling Like This Biology Teacher


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 2001 Falling Like This
Biology Teacher
 1988 Santa Barbara (TV Series)
Mrs. Clark
- Episode #1.1112 (1988) ... Mrs. Clark
 1988 Something Is Out There (TV Mini-Series)
Claire Riggs
- Part Two (1988) ... Claire Riggs
- Part One (1988) ... Claire Riggs
 1988 Sunset
 1987 Trying Times (TV Series)
Gary's Mom
- Bedtime Story (1987) ... Gary's Mom
 1985 Scarecrow and Mrs. King (TV Series)
- Life of the Party (1985) ... Sally
 1985 Family Ties (TV Series)
Dr. Alexander
- Birth of a Keaton: Part 2 (1985) ... Dr. Alexander
 1983 The Demon Murder Case (TV Movie)
 1983 The Dean of Thin Air (TV Movie)
 1981 The House of Mirth (TV Movie)
Mrs. Bry
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  The Needs of Kim Stanley (Documentary) (associate producer) / (producer) (filming)
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  The Needs of Kim Stanley (Documentary) (filming)
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 1987 Family Ties (TV Series)
Dr. Alexander
- The American Family (1987) ... Dr. Alexander

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(1980 to 1981 season) She directed Adrian Hall and Richard Cumming's adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel, "A Christmas Carol," at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Robert D. Soule was set designer. William Lane was costume designer. John F. Custer was lighting designer. Sharon Jenkins was ... See more »

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