Lisa Zane

Lisa Zane

Highest Rated: 100% Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010)

Lowest Rated: 19% Monkeybone (2001)

Birthday: Apr 5, 1961

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Lisa Zane is the older sister of actor Billy Zane, with whom she co-starred in the 1990 film Femme Fatale. On her own, Lisa has racked up an impressive list of movie and (especially) TV credits. She first gained a following in the guest-star role of Melinda Paros in the popular series L.A. Law, a part that matriculated into a weekly assignment during the 1993-1994 season. Then followed the role of Diane Leeds in another widely seen drama series, ER. In 1996, Lisa Zane starred as Joanne Meltzer in the weekly TVer Profit.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet The Girl From Nagasaki Actor 2013
92% Coriolanus Actor $0.5M 2011
100% Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy Actor 2010
No Score Yet Cruel But Necessary Gynecologist 2005
No Score Yet Murder in My House (Blood Stains) Roxanne 2005
19% Monkeybone Medusa $5M 2001
No Score Yet Stolen from the Heart Karen Revetch 2000
No Score Yet Missing Pieces Renata 2000
No Score Yet A Table for One Ariana 1999
No Score Yet The Pact Actor 1998
No Score Yet The Nurse Laura Harriman 1997
No Score Yet Baby Face Nelson Helen Womack 1995
No Score Yet Terrified Pearl 1995
67% Floundering Jessica 1994
No Score Yet Unveiled Stephanie Montgomery 1994
No Score Yet Babe Ruth Claire 1991
20% Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Maggie 1991
71% Bad Influence Claire 1990
No Score Yet Femme Fatale Cynthia 1990
30% Gross Anatomy Luann 1989
No Score Yet Heart of Dixie M.A. 1989
No Score Yet Pucker up and Bark Like a Dog Taylor 1989

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
Sophia 2006
50% Roar
1997
Queen Diana 2004
1997
No Score Yet Judging Amy
1999-2005
Catherine Novins 2003
94% Profit
1996
Joanne Meltzer 1996
No Score Yet ER
1994-2009
Diane Leeds Diane 1996
1995
No Score Yet L.A. Law
1986-1994
Paros 1993

QUOTES FROM Lisa Zane CHARACTERS

John says: I'll go into his dream...I'll try and bring him out before he gets killed.

John says: I'll go into his dream. I'll try and bring him out before he gets killed.

Maggie says: That's crazy.

John says: (Spencer flies to his feet and launches into the ceiling) - Well, what do you call that...Rational?

John says: (Spencer flies to his feet and launches into the ceiling) Well, what do you call that, Rational?

Maggie says: They caught one of your star pupils beating up on one of our kids again.

Doc says: Tracy?

Maggie says: Thought you said you were making progress.

Doc says: I only get twenty three minutes a week with these kids. With that kind of attention...be lucky she didn't kill him.

Doc says: I only get twenty three minutes a week with these kids. With that kind of attention, be lucky she didn't kill him.

Maggie says: That's a good attitude for a therapist!

John says: (looks at a child's drawing) - "K. Krueger." ...Could mean anything from Kevin to Kyle.

John says: (looks at a child's drawing) 'K. Krueger.' Could mean anything from Kevin to Kyle.

Maggie says: All it really means is there was a child here by that name.

John says: No. It's me. I'm his kid. That's why he's kept me alive. He's trying to play some sick game with me.

Maggie says: He is dead, all right. He's dead, and you're not his kid.

John says: How do you know? (points at the orphanage woman) - ...She remembered me.

John says: How do you know? (points at the orphanage woman) She remembered me.

Maggie says: She remembered me, too, and 50 other imaginary friends. Let's get out of here.

Freddy Krueger says: Time to start all over again.

Maggie says: But this isn't Springwood.

Freddy Krueger says: Every town has an Elm Street!

Maggie says: (looking at a poster) - This is new.

Maggie says: (looking at a poster) This is new.

Doc says: You like it? These are ancient dream demons. Supposedly they roam the dreams of the living till they find the most evil, twisted human imaginable. Then they give him the power to cross the line and turn our nightmares into reality.

Maggie says: (last lines in the movie) - ...Freddy's dead.

Maggie says: (last lines in the movie) Freddy's dead.

Tracy says: Whoa! Look at this knife!

Doc says: Hey, put that away.

Maggie says: That's too small.

Tracy says: (she pulls out a big club with spikes on the end of it) - Guess so.

Tracy says: (she pulls out a big club with spikes on the end of it) Guess so.

Maggie says: (kisses Freddy after sticking a stick of dynamite into his chest) - ...Happy Father's Day.

Maggie says: (kisses Freddy after sticking a stick of dynamite into his chest) Happy Father's Day.

Freddy Krueger says: Oh...Kids! (blows up)

Freddy Krueger says: Oh. Kids! (blows up)

Tracy says: No one remembers John or Carlos. It's like they never existed. I've been hearing strange shi*t; like some of the kids are dreaming about Carlos. And they don't even remember him.

Doc says: I remember him.

Tracy says: Why?

Doc says: Because I can control my dreams. I'm not fooled by this thing you saw.

Maggie says: Freddy.

Doc says: Whatever he is, he's fu*king with the line between dreams and reality. He didn't just kill Carlos and the others. He erased them.

Doc says: Now he's gonna try and trick you just like he tricked Tracy. He'll try and use your eyes to fool you. You'll use these... (shows Maggie a pair of 3D glasses)

Doc says: Now he's gonna try and trick you just like he tricked Tracy. He'll try and use your eyes to fool you. You'll use these. (shows Maggie a pair of 3D glasses)

Maggie says: Get the hell outta here.

Doc says: You want to live? These mean nothing here, but in a dream, they can be anything you want. He got inside your head. You get inside of his.

Maggie says: That's my job, isn't it?

Tracy says: Be careful. He's good at finding out what hurts the most.

Doc says: Exactly.

Tracy says: That's why you gotta take me with you.

Maggie says: I can't. It's gotta be me and him. All right, Doc...Put me in.

Maggie says: I can't. It's gotta be me and him. All right, Doc. Put me in.