Mary Page Keller
Mary Page Keller (born March 3, 1961, in Monterey Park, California)is an American actress known for roles on television. Keller began her career on the daytime soap operas Ryan's Hope (1982–1983) and Another World (1983–1985) and later starred in a number of television sitcoms. She starred as Laura Kelly in the Fox comedy series Duet (1987-1989) and in the show's spin-off, Open House (1989–1990). Keller later had lead roles in the short-lived sitcoms Baby Talk (1991–1992), Camp Wilder (1992–1993), and Joe's Life (1993).
In film, Keller is known for her performance in the comedy-drama Beginners (2010). In 2000s, she had recurring and guest-starring roles in a number of television dramas. From 2014 to 2015, Keller starred as the mother of the lead character in the ABC Family drama series Chasing Life .
As a child, Keller participated in productions at Toby's Dinner Theatre under the direction of director Toby Orenstein.She later began her acting career on daytime soap operas. She played Amanda Kirkland (1982–1983) on Ryan's Hope and Sally Frame (1983–85) on Another World . Moving to primetime, she played the part of Laura Kelly on two Fox sitcoms, Duet (1987–89) and its spinoff Open House (1989–90). In 1992, Keller was lead actress in Season 2 of the ABC comedy series Baby Talk . She also starred in another short-lived ABC sitcom, Camp Wilder (1992–93). In 1993, she starred in Joe's Life , also on ABC. During the same years, Keller acted in a number of television films and had a dramatic role in Life Goes On .
As of mid-1990s, Keller has made many guest appearances on television series, including Ellen , The Practice , NCIS , Criminal Minds , 24 , Mad Men , Castle , The Closer , CSI: Crime Scene Investigation , Supernatural , Pretty Little Liars and Scandal . She had recurring roles in Cybill , JAG , NYPD Blue , Nip/Tuck , Commander in Chief and Hart of Dixie .She also was regular on Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane (1999) and starred as Johnny Kapahala's mother in the Disney Channel original movies Johnny Tsunami (1999) and Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board (2007). She played the lead character's mother in the 2010 comedy-drama film Beginners .
In 2011, Keller was cast as the lead character's mother in the ABC Family drama pilot Chasing Life .In April 2013, ABC Family picked up the pilot to series, for airing in 2014.
Keller has been married to her former Another World costar Thomas Ian Griffith since 1991. They have two sons, Conner and Eamon.
|1987||Scared Stiff||Kate Christopher|
|1988||A Place to Hide|
|1989||Those She Left Behind||Sue Grimes|
|1990||Revealing Evidence: Stalking the Honolulu Strangler||Sydney Westin||Television film|
|1991||Perry Mason: The Case of the Ruthless Reporter||Cassie Woodfield||Television film|
|1991||Deception: A Mother's Secret||Amanda Milner||Television film|
|1995||The Colony||Leslie Knowlton||Television film|
|1995||Picture Perfect||Vicky Walters-Thomas|
|1997||Any Place But Home||Roberta Dempsey|
|1998||Dirty Little Secret||Ellie Ramer||Television film|
|1998||The Negotiator||Lisa Sabian|
|1999||Johnny Tsunami||Melanie||Television film|
|2000||Father Can't Cope||Robin||Television film|
|2001||Venomous||Dr. Christine Edmonton Henning||DVD Exclusive Award for Best Actress|
|2003||Timecop: The Berlin Decision||Doc|
|2007||Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board||Melanie||Television film|
|2010||Beginners||Georgia||Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Cast|
|1982–1983||Ryan's Hope||Amanda Kirkland||Series regular|
|1983–1985||Another World||Sally Spencer Frame Hobson Ewing||Series regular|
|1986||Kate & Allie||Holly||Episode: "Lucky 13"|
|1987–1989||Duet||Laura Kelly||Series regular, 54 episodes|
|1989–1990||Open House||Laura Kelly||Series regular, 24 episodes|
|1990–1991||Life Goes On||Gina Giordano||Episodes: "Libby's Sister" and "Head Over Heels"|
|1991–1992||Baby Talk||Maggie Campbell||Series regular, 23 episodes|
|1992–1993||Camp Wilder||Ricky Wilder||Series regular, 19 episodes|
|1993||Joe's Life||Sandy Gennaro||Series regular, 11 episodes|
|1996||Ellen||Sarah||Episode: "Bowl, Baby, Bowl"|
|1997||Cybill||Julia Bishop||4 episodes|
|1999||Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane||Mrs. Bean||Series regular, 13 episodes|
|2000||Providence||Monica Lang||3 episodes|
|2001||Emerill||Nora Lagasse||4 episodes|
|2002||The Practice||Melissa Halpern||Episodes: "Privilege" and "Convictions"|
|2002–2003||JAG||Cmdr. Beth O'Neil/Beth O'Neil||3 episodes|
|2004||NCIS||Cmdr. Michaela "Micki" Shields||Episode: "Terminal Leave"|
|2004–2005||NYPD Blue||Brigid Scofield||5 episodes|
|2004–2005||Nip/Tuck||Andrea Hall||3 episodes|
|2005||Commander in Chief||Grace Bridges||5 episodes|
|2006||Criminal Minds||SSA Katherine Cole||Episode: "P911"|
|2009||24||Sarah||Episodes: "Day 7: 5:00 a.m.-6:00 a.m." and "Day 7: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m."|
|2009||Mad Men||Annabelle Mathis||Episode: "The Gypsy and the Hobo"|
|2010||Castle||Rebecca Dalton||Episode: "Almost Famous"|
|2011||The Closer||Emily Dixon||Episode: "Repeat Offender"|
|2011||NCIS: Los Angeles||Angela Tully||Episode: "The Debt"|
|2012||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Leslie Clyborn||Episode: "Seeing Red"|
|2012||Supernatural||Joyce Bicklebee||Episode: "Out with the Old"|
|2012||Grimm||Dr. Higgins||Episode: "The Other Side"|
|2012||Hart of Dixie||Emily Chase||4 episodes|
|2012, 2013, 2017||Pretty Little Liars||Dianne Fitzgerald||Guest Cast: 3 Episodes|
|2013||Scandal||Susan Osborne||Episode: "Molly, You in Danger, Girl"|
|2014-2015||Chasing Life||Sara||Series regular, 34 episodes|
|2015||Bosch||Christine Waters||Guest Cast, 3 episodes|
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