The Info List - Barbara Stock

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Barbara Stock (born May 26, 1956[1]) is an American actress, best known for roles as Susan Silverman in ABC crime drama series Spenser: For Hire (1985-1988),[2] and as Liz Adams
Liz Adams
in CBS primetime soap opera Dallas (1990-1991); she also appeared in the role of Heather Wilson in two episodes in Season 5 of the series.


1 Life and career 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External links

Life and career[edit] Stock was born in Downers Grove, Illinois, and began acting professionally in 1978. She played the role of Claudia in the Tommy Tune-directed, Tony Award-winning musical Nine on Broadway, replacing Shelley Burch in the original cast in 1983.[3] She is best known for having appeared in the prime-time drama Spenser: For Hire for two non-consecutive seasons (1985–1986; 1987–1988) as Susan Silverman, the love interest of Spenser (Robert Urich).[4] Stock starred in the final season of CBS primetime soap opera Dallas from 1990 to 1991 as Liz Adams, the fiancée of Cliff Barnes
Cliff Barnes
(Ken Kercheval).[5] She later starred in the ABC primetime soap opera miniseries Trade Winds[2]:1103 as Grace Sommers. She also appeared in "The Subway," an episode of Seinfeld, where she enticed George Costanza (Jason Alexander) off a subway, brought him to a hotel, then handcuffed him to a bed and robbed him of eight dollars and all of his clothes. In 1997, Stock had a recurring role on the now-defunct ABC daytime soap opera Port Charles
Port Charles
as Nicole Devlin. Stock has appeared in more than 100 hours of television, and made over 30 guest appearances on television shows, including CHiPs, The Facts of Life, Fantasy Island, Remington Steele, Knight Rider, Moonlighting, Murder, She Wrote, The Twilight Zone, MacGyver, Touched by an Angel, and Charmed.[6] Her final screen appearance was in the 2001 television film The Princess & the Marine, alongside Mark-Paul Gosselaar. After she gave up acting, Stock changed careers and commenced to run an interior design firm whose clientele were generally located in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.[7] As of the middle of April 2017, " Barbara Stock Design," as she called the firm, remained in business. Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

1980 Fantasy Island Pru Episode: "The Love Doctor/Pleasure Palace/Possessed"

1981 CHiPs Officer Paula Woods Episodes: "Ponch's Angels: Part 1" and "Ponch's Angels: Part 2"

1981-1991 Dallas Heather Wilson / Liz Adams Episodes: "The Split" and "Head of the Family" (Season 5) and 16 in Season 13

1982 I, Desire Mona

1982 The Facts of Life Nurse Barbara Burton Episode: "The Big Fight"

1983 Bring 'Em Back Alive

Episode: "To Kill a Princess"

1983 T.J. Hooker Amy Robbins Episode: "Too Late for Love"

1983 Fantasy Island Abby Poutreau Episode: "King of Burlesque/Death Games"

1983 Remington Steele Kitty Curtain Episode: "Steele's Gold"

1984 The A-Team Girl in Red Ferrari Episode: "Deadly Maneuvers"

1984 The Yellow Rose Lila Devereaux Episode: "Chains of Fear"

1984 Knight Rider Margo Sheridan Episode: "Knight of the Drones"

1984 Mike Hammer Lenore Wiggin Episode: "24 Karat Dead"

1985 Otherworld Scarla Raye TV Mini-Series

1985 Berrenger's Debbie Episodes: "Dangerous Ground" and "Roll Tape"

1985 Moonlighting Laura Boyd Episode: "The Next Murder You Hear"

1985 Street Hawk Elizabeth Morgan Episode: "The Arabian"

1985 Scene of the Crime Sharon Bryce Episode: "A Vote for Murder"

1985 Wizards of the Lost Kingdom Udea

1986 Long Time Gone Georgia Diablo

1986 Murder, She Wrote Daniella Morgana Carmody Episodes: "Death Stalks the Big Top: Part 1" and "Death Stalks the Big Top: Part 2"

1986 Sidekicks Catherine Sable Episode: "Catherine the Not-So-Great"

1987 Mike Hammer Marie Riviere Episode: "Mike Gets Married"

1987 The Verne Miller Story Vi Miles

1985-1986, 1987-1988 Spenser: For Hire Susan Silverman Series regular, 43 episodes

1988 The Twilight Zone Mary McNeal Episode: "Memories"

1988 In the Heat of the Night Jacqueline 'Jackie' Holt Episode: "Hot Nights"

1989 Father Dowling Mysteries Jessica Ford Episode: "The Missing Body Mystery"

1989 MacGyver Dr. Laura Sand Episode: "The Ten Percent Solution"

1990-1991 Dallas Liz Adams Series regular, 26 episodes

1991 Pacific Station Cary Fiedler Episode: "Bob's Son"

1992 Seinfeld Scam Woman Episode: "The Subway"

1993 Hearts Afire Jan Lindsay Episode: "Class Reunion"

1993 Trade Winds Grace Sommers TV Mini-Series

1995 Touched by an Angel Jill Bennett Episode: "Trust"

1996 Hijacked: Flight 285 Veronica Mitchell

1997 Port Charles Nicole Devlin Recurring role

1997 Baywatch Dr. Meyers Episode: "Eel Nino"

1998 Charmed Mrs. Grace Spencer Episode: "The Wedding from Hell"

2001 The Princess & the Marine Susan


^ Barbara Stock Biography, Rotten Tomatoes ^ a b Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010 (2nd ed.). Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. p. 1003. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7.  ^ The Broadway League. " Barbara Stock IBDB: The official source for Broadway Information". IBDB. Retrieved 2013-09-13.  ^ "I've read all of Robert B. ..." TV Guide. March 7, 2006. Retrieved 2013-05-02.  ^ "Win Dallas season 14 on DVD". canceled TV shows - TV Series Finale. Retrieved 23 August 2015.  ^ "Barbara Stock: Credits". TV Guide. Retrieved 2013-05-02.  ^ "About". Barbara Stock Interior Design. Retrieved 23 August 2015. 

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