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Joleen Lutz is an American actress best known for her role as the ditsy court stenographer Lisette Hocheiser on the 1980s TV Series, "Night Court."
Not much is known about her early career. A native of Chicago, Illinois, she was born October 6, 1958 and started out as a Chicago Bulls cheerleader. Her dancing parlaid her into acting roles, making her first screen appearance in "Outtakes," a sketch movie comedy starring Forrest Tucker similar to "Kentucky Fried Movie." More roles followed with appearances in "Frankenstein General Hospital" and "Twice Dead" along with TV roles in "L.A. Law," "Dynasty" with Emma Samms and "Generations." After roles in the films, "Deadly Spygames" and "Easy Wheels," she landed her first starring role in the iconic Eighties series, "Night Court" with Markie Post, playing the ditsy stenographer Lisette Hockheiser for the last two seasons.
Since "Night Court," Lutz has also appeared in "Lois & Clark," "Night Stand," "City Guys," "Living Single," "The Simple Life," "Brimstone" and the TV movie, "Breast Men." She also had a recurring role in "Port Charles" and appeared in "Boston Legal," "CSI," "Desperate Housewives" and "Pushing Daisies." She also had a recurring role in "Takezo Kensei: Sword Saint." She has acted in several theatrical performances, including "Poetry Without Prozac" which she wrote, and "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "The Importance of Being Ernest" and her one-woman show, "Gossamer Wings." She has also done a number of television commercials, most notably acting in spots for Burger King.
Lutz is an expert in animal behavior. She has appeared on several talk shows, such as "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "After Curfew," "Next," "Live on Q" and several Animal Planet shows. She once appeared on "The Ointment" in her capacity as an expert to discuss the sex lives of animals.