Marnette Provost Patterson
April 26, 1980
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Other names||Marne Patterson Verzino|
Marnette Provost Patterson (born April 26, 1980)is an American actress.
Patterson was raised as an only child by her mother in Los Angeles, California, where she was born. Her name is her mother's middle name: Marnette. Her aunt is Dana Dillaway, former child actress who appeared in Giant (1956) as Elizabeth Taylor's and Rock Hudson's daughter Judy (age 4), along with a couple of Twilight Zone episodes.
In 1986, she played "Dorrie" in Mama's Family, 'Santa Mama' (S3-E13) a little girl who asked Santa for things just for her family.
In 1989, Patterson was the junior vocalist winner on Star Search .
Patterson has appeared in films such as Camp Nowhere (1994).In 1996, Patterson appeared briefly as a volleyball schoolgirl attracting the attentions of Tommy in the premiere episode of 3rd Rock From The Sun . From 1996–1998 Patterson portrayed Nicole Farrell on the NBC series Something So Right . Patterson starred in the short-lived WB sitcom Movie Stars and the made-for-TV movie The Stalking of Laurie Show . Patterson made appearance in That '70s Show as Shelly in the episode: "Eric's Panties" in 2000. Who's Your Daddy? (2003), Pope Dreams (2005), and Cloud 9 (2005). She also voiced Lucy van Pelt in It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown and It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown . In 2004, Patterson appeared on Grounded for Life as an underage drinker. In 2005, she guest starred on Supernatural as a high school student, Charlie, in the episode Bloody Mary.
In 2006, Patterson landed the role of Christy Jenkins on the eighth and final season of Charmed . Her character was a witch who was kidnapped by demons as a child and had been held captive in The Underworld for many years. Her sister, Billie Jenkins, played by Kaley Cuoco, sought help of the Charmed ones to rescue Christy.
Patterson also portrayed Holly Little in the 2008 film Starship Troopers 3: Marauder . She then starred as Maggie Schaffer on the web series, called LG15: The Resistance . In 2009, she appeared on an episode of the TV series House , where she starred as Ashley. In 2011, she appeared briefly on an episode of The Mentalist ("Every Rose Has Its Thorn") as a con artist who would sleep with wealthy men and then blackmail them. Her character was named Naomi/Victoria. Patterson is close friends with Jennifer Finnigan, her co-star on The Stalking of Laurie Show .[ citation needed ]
Patterson's charity work includes an animal advocacy group called the Amanda Foundation.[ citation needed ] Her hobbies include singing, horseback riding, hiking, kickboxing, and cooking.
On September 4, 2011, she married James Verzino,a financial advisor at Northwestern Mutual Los Angeles, at a ranch in Malibu, California. They have two children, a son, Hudson, and a daughter, London.
|1989||A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child||Little Girl|
|1990||The Kingdom Chums: Original Top Ten||Annie||Voice role; direct-to-video film|
|1994||Camp Nowhere||Trish Prescott|
|1996||Sweet Evil||Jenny (young)|
|2002||Who's Your Daddy?||Brittany Van Horn||Direct-to-video film|
|2006||Pope Dreams||Brady Rossman|
|2007||Ghosts of Goldfield||Julie||Direct-to-video film|
|2007||Remember the Daze||Stacey Cherry|
|2008||Starship Troopers 3: Marauder||Holly Little||Direct-to-video film|
|2009||The Beacon||Christina Wade|
|2010||Wild Things: Foursome||Rachel Thomas||Direct-to-video film|
|2020||Think Like a Dog||Cindy|
|1986||Mama's Family||Dorrie||Episode: "Santa Mama"|
|1990||Good Grief||Little Girl||Episode: "Cub Scouts & Horses & Whiskers on Kittens"|
|1991||Under Cover||Emily Del'Amico||Main role|
|1992||It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown||Lucy Van Pelt / Frieda||Voice role; TV film|
|1992||It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown||Lucy Van Pelt||Voice role; TV short|
|1993–1994||Secret Adventures||Arlene Blake||Video short series|
|1994||Boy Meets World||Allison Cheever||Episode: "Turnaround"|
|1995||Unhappily Ever After||Cindy Stalling||Episode: "Boxing Mr. Floppy"|
|1995||Something Wilder||Granddaughter||Episode: "Hanging with Mr. Cooper"|
|1995||Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story||Jane Powell||TV film|
|1995||The Great Mom Swap||Nicole Henderson||TV film|
|1995||Kirk||Amanda||Episode: "Night at the Movies"|
|1996||3rd Rock from the Sun||Volleyball Girl||Episode: "Brains and Eggs"|
|1996||Minor Adjustments||Joanna Emsen||Episodes: "Ask Dr. Ron", "The Ungrateful Dead", "Baby Boomer Angst"|
|1996–1998||Something So Right||Nicole Farrell||Main role|
|1997||Saved by the Bell: The New Class||Robyn Peterson||Episode: "Big Sister Blues"|
|1999||Odd Man Out||Caroline||Episode: "The Unbelievable Truth"|
|1999–2000||Movie Stars||Lori Lansford||Main role|
|2000||Touched by an Angel||Katie Sullivan||Episode: "With God as My Witness"|
|2000||The Stalking of Laurie Show||Michelle Lambert||TV film|
|2000||That '70s Show||Shelly||Episode: "Eric's Panties"|
|2001||Dead Last||Brandy||Episode: "Jane's Exit"|
|2003||Nip/Tuck||Fluffer||Episode: "Sofia Lopez"|
|2003||Run of the House||Jessica||Episode: "The Party"|
|2003||Secret Santa||Callie||TV film|
|2004||Cracking Up||Eve||Episode: "Birds Do It"|
|2005||Supernatural||Charlie||Episode: "Bloody Mary"|
|2005||Grounded for Life||Jenna||Episode: "Oh, What a Knight"|
|2006||Charmed||Christy Jenkins||Recurring role (season 8)|
|2006||Untitled Brad Copeland Project||Jen||TV film|
|2007||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Aimee||Episode: "Ending Happy"|
|2007||By Appointment Only||Angie||TV film|
|2008||LG15: The Resistance||Maggie Schaeffer||Episode: "A Call to Arms"|
|2011||The Mentalist||Viktoria Shays||Episode: "Every Rose Has Its Thorn"|
|2011||Keeping Up with the Randalls||Samantha||TV film|
|2011||The Chamberland Sisters||Maria Chamberland||TV film|
|2015||Major Crimes||Donna Cochran||Episode: "Reality Check"|
|1994||Young Artist Awards||Outstanding Youth Mini-Video Series||Secret Adventures: Spin||Nominated|
|1995||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Performer in a Film Made for Video||Secret Adventures||Won|
|1997||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Comedy: Supporting Young Actress||Something So Right||Nominated|
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Marnette Patterson, who has been trying to become a sex symbol since her breakthrough in the NBC series Something So Right, then WB's Movie Stars, has finally found a role to feed her aspirations.
Even when we talk about Kaley Cuoco's Billie, we're going to be bringing her sister, Christy, into the show [played by recent Supernatural guest star Marnette Patterson]