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Gretchen Palmer (born December 16, 1961) is an American television and film actress.
Born in Chicopee, Massachusetts, Palmer regards Ludlow as her hometown.
She has had recurring roles in television series such as The Joe Schmo Show and The Parkers , and has appeared in films including Fast Forward , Crossroads , Red Heat , When Harry Met Sally... and Trois .
|1985||Fast Forward||Valerie Thompson|
|1986||Crossroads||Beautiful Girl / Dancer|
|1989||When Harry Met Sally...||Stewardess|
|Chopper Chicks in Zombietown||Rusty|
|1993||Rookie of the Year||Uh-Huh Girl|
|1996||Alien Avengers||Melissa Rose||TV Movie|
|I Got the Hook-Up||Sweet Lorraine|
|The Big Blind||Liquor Store Clerk|
|Learning to Surf|
|2002||Gale Force||Tina Mason||Video|
|2004||A Lousy 10 Grand||Janette|
|1987||Matlock||Woman in Night Club||Episode: "The Rat Pack"|
|Who's the Boss?||La Donna||Episode: "Older Than Springtime"|
|21 Jump Street||Nicolette Messiah||Episode: "Don't Stretch the Rainbow"|
|1989||A Different World||Tammy||Episode: "No Means No"|
|Freddy's Nightmares||Tracy Mailer||Episode: "Silence Is Golden"|
|1990||Gabriel's Fire||Young Lady||Episode: "I'm Nobody"|
|1991||True Colors||Roxanne||Episode: "Superman, Superego"|
|1994||One West Waikiki||Stewardess||Episode: "Terminal Island"|
|Married... with Children||Lucille||Episode: "Business Sucks"|
|1994–95||Robin's Hoods||K.T. Parker||Recurring Cast|
|1995||Baywatch||Katherine Fleming||Episode: "Homecoming"|
|Martin||Woman #3||Episode: "Ring a Ding, Ding, Gone"|
|The Crew||Laurie||Episode: "Around the World in 80 Ways (The T&A of PSA?)"|
|1996||Dream On||Foxy Lady #2||Episode: "The Way We War"|
|The Wayans Bros.||Sylvia||Episode: "A Hero's Story"|
|Family Matters||Chondra||Episode: "Scammed"|
|Tales from the Crypt||Kate Lawson||Episode: "Ear Today... Gone Tomorrow"|
|Bedtime||Nikki||Episode: "Episode #1.1"|
|Homeboys in Outer Space||Ula La||Episode: "The Pleasure Planet Principle, or G Marks the Spot"|
|1997||Malcolm & Eddie||Chloe||Episode: "Club Story"|
|Perversions of Science||Various||Episode: "Dream of Doom"|
|Total Security||Tamika||Episode: "Das Bootie"|
|Jungle Cubs||Old Monkey Lady (voice)||Episode: "The Ape That Would Be King"|
|1998||Getting Personal||Diana||Episode: "My Best Fling's Wedding"|
|1999||Walker, Texas Ranger||Kristin||Episode: "Livegirls.now"|
|2001||The Hughleys||Lady Cop Stripper||Episode: "Something About Shari"|
|Black Scorpion||African Violet||Episode: "Roses Are Red, You're Dead"|
|2002||The Young and the Restless||Serena||Regular Cast|
|2003||The Parkers||Paris Walker||3 Episodes|
|2004||The Joe Schmo Show||Ambrosia 'The Bitch'||Main Cast: Season 2|
|2016–17||NCIS: Los Angeles||Heather Wilson||Recurring Cast: Season 8|
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