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Lois June Nettleton (August 16, 1927 – January 18, 2008) was an American film, stage, radio, and television actress.

She was Miss Chicago 1948 and a semifinalist at the Miss America 1948 pageant.note 

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TV series with pages on TV Tropes:

  • Decoy (1958, episodes: "Deadly Corridor", "Ladies Man") as Lois Bergen
  • The Twilight Zone (1961, episode: "The Midnight Sun") as Norma
  • Route 66 (1961-1963, episodes: "The Opponent"; "Some of the People, Some of the Time"; "Suppose I Said I Was the Queen of Spain") as Isabelle / Jahala West / Susan
  • Gunsmoke (1961, 1967; episodes: "Nina's Revenge", "The Returning") as Amy Todd / Nina Sharkey
  • The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1963, episode: "The Dark Pool") as Dianne Castillejo
  • Dr. Kildare (1964-1965, episodes: "Speak Not in Angry Whispers"; "My Name Is Lisa, and I Am Lost") as Lisa Dowling / Hildy Pochek
  • The Fugitive (1964-1966, episodes: "Man on a String", "In a Plain Paper Wrapper", "Death Is the Door Prize") as Marcia Stone / Susan Cartwright / Lucey Russell
  • Bonanza (1966, episodes: "The Pursued: Part 1 & 2") as Elizabeth Ann Clauson
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  • The F.B.I. (1966, 1970; episodes: "Vendetta", "The Innocents") as Elizabeth Colling / Catherine Fossburg
  • Daniel Boone (1968, episode: "The Bait") as Sulie
  • The Virginian (1968, episode: "The Wind of Outrage") as Suzanne Mayo
  • The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1969, episode: "And Those Unborn") as Laura Michaels
  • Night Gallery (1972, episode: "I'll Never Leave You - Ever/There Aren't Any More MacBanes") as Moira
  • Cannon (1972, episode: "The Shadow Man") a Linda Dean
  • The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1973, episode: "What Do You Do When the Boss Says 'I Love You'") as Barbara Coleman
  • Movin' On (1974, episode: "Life Line") as Karen
  • Marcus Welby, M.D. (1974, episode: "Child of Silence") as Mary Anderson
  • Barnaby Jones (1974, episode: "Death on Deposit") as Ellen Blazeford
  • Kung Fu (1975, episodes: "Danny Caine: Barbary House", "Flight to Orion") as Delonia Cantrell
  • Petrocelli (1975, episode: "A Night of Terror") as Gloria
  • Hawaii Five-O (1975, episode: "Sing a Song of Suspence") as Chelsea Merriman
  • The Streets of San Francisco (1977, episode: "Interlude") as Carolyn Blake
  • Centennial (1978-1979) as Maude Wendell
  • The Love Boat (1980, episode: "Celebration/Captain Papa/Honeymoon Pressure") as Susan Stoddard
  • Trapper John, M.D. (1982, episode: "Three on a Mismatch") as Janet Weems
  • Murder, She Wrote (1984-1991, episodes: "Lovers and Other Killers", "Mourning Among the Wisterias", "Terminal Connection") as Ginny Blanchard / Deidre French / Amelia
  • Hotel (1985, episode: "Lost and Found") as Cheryl Pomeroy
  • The Golden Girls (1986, episode: "Isn't It Romantic?") as Jean
  • The Facts of Life (1986-1987, episodes: "Ready or Not", "Ex Marks the Spot") as Noreen Stickle / Radio Voice
  • Cagney & Lacey (1987, episode: "Divine Couriers") as Faith Dewey
  • Mr. Belvedere (1988, episode: "Black Widow") as Barbara Collins
  • In the Heat of the Night (1988-1989) as Joanne St. John
  • The Munsters Today (1989, episode: "Eau de Munster") as Ms. Jessica Bowton
  • The Flash (1990, episode: "Ghost in the Machine") as Belle Crocker
  • Full House (1991, episodes: "The Wedding: Part 1 & 2") as Nedra Donaldson
  • Seinfeld (1994, episode: "The Gymnast") as Mrs. Enright
  • Babylon 5 (1994, episode: "Soul Mates") as Daggair
  • Coach (1995, episode: "Fool for Lunch") as Lois
  • Baywatch Nights (1995, episode: "Bad Blades") as Frances Sandreen
  • General Hospital (1996-1998) as Virginia Benson
  • The Pretender (1999, episode: "Risqué Business") as Gloria
  • Crossing Jordan (2001) as Evelyn

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