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Lisa Ann Goldsmith

Lisa Ann Goldsmith is known for Love & Other Drugs (2010), The Next Three Days (2010) and One for the Money (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

Love & Other Drugs Nurse Janice
The Next Three Days Female Guard 2
One for the Money Police Woman
The Lifeguard Matt's Mom


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (14 credits)
 2016 The Elephant in the Room (Short)
 2016 The Umbrella Man
Counter Girl
 2015 Devil's Night
 2014/I Progression
Lisa Ann
 2013 The Lifeguard
Matt's Mom
 2012 One for the Money
Police Woman
 2011 Lightweight (Short)
 2011/III The Director (Short)
 2010/I Anywhere But Here (Short)
 2010 The Next Three Days
Female Guard 2
 2010 Love & Other Drugs
Nurse Janice
 2009 Mombies (Short)
 2006 Down the Road
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 2019 After Forever (TV Series) (dialect coach - 8 episodes)
- Goodbyes (2019) ... (dialect coach)
- Authors (2019) ... (dialect coach)
- Social Evenings (2019) ... (dialect coach)
- One Step Forward (2019) ... (dialect coach)
- The Mouths of Babes (2019) ... (dialect coach)
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 2014/I Progression
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 2017/I Deja Vu (Short) (special thanks)
 2014 Judy's Dead (special thanks)

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(October 4, 2007 to November 4, 2007) She played the Courtesan in William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with Ken Bolden (Angelo); Alex Coleman (Egeon); Nat Dewolf (Dromio of Syracuse); Joseph Domencic (first merchant); Darren Eliker (Antipholus of Syracuse); Evan R... See more »

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