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Lisa Elizabeth Wilcox is an American actress, designer and former model, possibly as Alice Johnson in the 1980s "A Nightmare on Elm Street" film franchise.
Born on April 27, 1964 in Columbia, Missouri, she attended the University of California in 1984, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She made her film debut in the film, "Gimme an 'F'" and for much of the Eighties, she appeared on several episodic serires, such as "Hardcastle and McCormick," "You Again?," "CBS Schoolbreak Special," "Valerie's Family," "Mr. Belvedere," "MacGyver," "It's a Living," "Hotel," and "Star Trek: The Next Generation." In 1986, she made her big screen debut in "A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master" playing Alice Johnson, the protagonist in the franchise and reprising the role in two more sequels.
After "Nightmare," she had a recurring role on "Knots Landing," Later landing a role in the short-lived television series "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures." In the 1990s, she had guest roles in "Boy Meets World," "Pacific Blue," "Walker, Texas Range" and "Chicago Hope," later starred alongside Mark Hamill in the movie "Watchers Reborn." Her other films include "Men Seeking Women," "Unauthorized Brady Bunch: The Final Days" and the short film "The All New Adventures of Chastity Blade."
Wilcox went to appear in the TV shows "Big Shots" and "Fear Clinic" as well as the films "Dead Country," "Imago," "Clinger," "Fear Hollow," "The Intruders," "The Church" and "Fear Hollow." She also starred in the TV mini-series, "A Place Called Hollywood." She followed up with appearances in the movies "the Possessed," "Kecksburg," "Mystery Spot," "Seasons," "The House Across The Lake" and "Killer Babes and the Frightening Film Fiasco."
Since 2000, she has been a partner in a footwear jewelry retailer company called ToeBrights with Tuesday Knight, her co-star in "A Nightmare On Elm Street 4." The business is still in business today.