Tiffany Michelle Brissette
December 26, 1974
Paradise, California, U.S.
Tiffany Michelle Brissette (born December 26, 1974) is an American former child actress and nurse. She is best known for her role as Vicki the Robot (aka Vicki Lawson) on the syndicated American sitcom Small Wonder , which aired from 1985 to 1989.
Born in Paradise, California, Brissette first appeared in the 1983 film Heart Like a Wheel opposite Bonnie Bedelia and Beau Bridges. She then had a guest role on Webster before landing the role of V.I.C.I. the Robot in the syndicated series Small Wonder in 1985. After the series was canceled in 1989, Brissette continued acting, appearing in Parker Lewis Can't Lose as well as an unsold television pilot entitled Beanpole. In 1990, she voiced Wrenifred Brown the bird in the two-dimensional computer animated video Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect , which is based on the book of the same name and stars the voice talents of Jodi Benson, Tony Melendez, and Ray Benson.Her last professional acting role was in 1991 in Christopher Knopf's television series Equal Justice .
In 2007, Brissette was working as a registered nurse for Boulder Community Hospital in Boulder, Colorado.
|1982||A Woman Called Golda||Voice||TV movie|
|1982||Marco Polo||TV miniseries|
|1983||Heart Like a Wheel||Little Shirley|
|1984||Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure||Voice||TV movie|
|1985–1989||Small Wonder||Vicki the Robot||96 episodes|
|1986||New Love, American Style||Episode: "Love and the Doll"|
|1987||The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin||Safety Tips Officer (voice)||TV series|
|1988||Fox's Fun House||1 episode|
|1990||Beanpole||Alice Gillette||TV pilot|
|1990–1991||Equal Justice||Katie Rogan||7 episodes|
|1990||Why Christmas Trees Aren't Perfect||Wrenifred Brown (voice)||Direct-to-video|
|1991||Parker Lewis Can't Lose||Annie Ricker||Episode: "Heather the Class"|
|Year||Award||Category||Title of work|
|1985||Young Artist Award||Best Young Actress Starring in a New Television Series.||Small Wonder|
|1986||Young Artist Award||Best Young Actress Starring in a New Television Series||Small Wonder|
|1987||Young Artist Award||Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress, Starring in a Television, Comedy or Drama Series||Small Wonder|
|1989||Young Artist Award||Best Young Actress in a Family Syndicated Show||Small Wonder|
|1990||Young Artist Award||Best Young Actress in an Off-Primetime Family Series||Small Wonder|
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