Lindsey McKeon is an American actress. She is known for her roles as Marah Lewis on Guiding Light and Taylor James on One Tree Hill . She previously starred on Saved by the Bell: The New Class as Katie Peterson from 1996–2000.
In the late 1990s, McKeon was involved with Scott Ashley Sterling (son of Donald Sterling). The day she broke up with Sterling, a fight ensued between him and his friend Philip Scheid, who Sterling thought was trying to steal Mckeon from him, resulting in Scheid being shot by Sterling with a shotgun.
She is married to longtime boyfriend Brant Hively, with the couple having wed in a small intimate outdoor ceremony.
McKeon starred on Saved by the Bell: The New Class , playing Katie Peterson, debuting with the series' fourth season in 1996 and continuing until the series ended in 2000. She joined the CBS daytime soap opera Guiding Light in November 2001, playing the character of Marah Lewis until 2004.In a June 2002 Victoria Advocate article, McKeon said of her character, Marah, "She could definitely make some smarter choices where men are concerned, but couldn't we all?" and "I just hope she's learned as much as I have after going through all of this."
McKeon has appeared as a series regular in Fox's The Opposite Sex and had a recurring role on Boy Meets World .Additional television credits include the lead in Class Warfare , a USA Network movie-of-the-week, and episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia , Grounded for Life , Maybe It's Me , Special Unit 2 , 3rd Rock from the Sun , House , and Odd Man Out .
Most recently, she has made guest appearances on the shows Supernatural and Veronica Mars , and on One Tree Hill as Taylor James, the sister of Haley James Scott played by fellow Guiding Light alumnus Bethany Joy Galeotti. Her film credits include Shredder and Class Warfare .
|2003||Shredder||Kimberly Van Arx|
|2008||What Doesn't Kill You||Nicole|
|2009||The Land That Time Forgot||Lindsey Stevens||Direct-to-video film|
|2014||Guardian Angel||Darlene Simmons|
|2014||Flock of Dudes||Deb|
|2017||Women and Sometimes Men||Ali|
|TBA||The 420 Movie: Mary & Jane||Mary Hightower|
|1995, 1998||Boy Meets World||Libby Harper||Episodes: "The Last Temptation of Cory", "First Girlfriends' Club"|
|1996–2000||Saved by the Bell: The New Class||Katie Peterson||Main role (seasons 4–7)|
|1999||Odd Man Out||Kendall||Episode: "The First Girlfriend's Club"|
|2000||3rd Rock from the Sun||Tiffany||Episode: "Dick Puts the 'Id' in Cupid"|
|2000||Opposite Sex||Stella||Main role|
|2001||Special Unit 2||Female Victim #1||Episode: "The Depths"|
|2001||Class Warfare||Kristen Marshall||Television movie|
|2001–2002||Maybe It's Me||Crystal||Episodes: "The Birthday Episode", "The Video Episode"|
|2002||Grounded for Life||Kelli||Episode: "Mr. Roboto"|
|2002||A Wedding Story: Josh and Reva||Marah Lewis (uncredited)||Television movie|
|2001–2004||Guiding Light||Marah Lewis||Main role|
|2005, 2010||One Tree Hill||Taylor James||Recurring role, 8 episodes|
|2005||CSI: Miami||Noelle||Episode: "Killer Date"|
|2005||It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||Rebecca Keane||Episode: "The Gang Finds a Dead Guy"|
|2006–2014||Supernatural||Tessa the Reaper / Azazel||4 episodes|
|2006–2007||Veronica Mars||Trish||Episodes: "Wichita Linebacker", "Debasement Tapes"|
|2007||Cold Case||Diane Gilbert||Episode: "Blackout"|
|2007||Without a Trace||Sarah||Episode: "Deep Water"|
|2008||IQ-145||Beth Brody||Main role|
|2010||Airline Disaster||Gina Vitale||Television movie|
|2012||90210||Suzanne||Episode: "It's All Fun and Games"|
|2013||Necessary Roughness||Marcy||Episode: "Gimme Some Lovin'"|
|2014||That GPS Cray||Vivian||Television short|
|2014||Drop Dead Diva||Reesa||Episode: "First Date"|
|2015||NCIS||Taylor Matthews||Episode: "Day in Court"|
|2016||Girlfriends of Christmas Past||Murphy McCall||Television movie|
|2017||Training Day||Jen Mitchell||Episode: Pilot|
|2018||Space Diner Tales||Stella||Unsold television pilot|
|2020||Psycho Party Planner||Kayla Anderson||Television movie; also known as The Party Planner|
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