Mädchen Amick (born December 12, 1970 in Sparks, Nebraska) is an American actress.
Amick is best known for her role as Shelly Johnson in David Lynch's cult classic television series Twin Peaks, a role she would reprise in its 1992 film continuation Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and then Showtime 2017's revival Twin Peaks: The Return.
After Twin Peaks, Amick would continue to act primarily on television, either starring or guest appearing in a multitude of shows that include Central Park West, Fantasy Island, Gilmore Girls, My Own Worst Enemy, and Witches of East End.
- Twin Peaks (1990 — 1991) as Shelly Johnson
- The Borrower (1991) as Megan
- Sleepwalkers (1992) as Tanya Robertson
- Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) as Shelly Johnson
- Dream Lover (1993) as Lena Mathers
- Central Park West (1995 — 1996) as Carrie Fairchild
- Fantasy Island (1998 — 1999) as Ariel
- Dawson's Creek (1999) as Nicole Kennedy
- Gilmore Girls (2002 — 2003) as Sherry Tinsdale
- ER (2004 — 2005) as Wendall Meade
- Joey (2005) as Sara
- Freddie (2005 — 2006) as Allison
- Kidnapped (2006 — 2007) as Yvonne Guttman
- Viva Laughlin (2007) as Natalie Holden
- Gossip Girl (2008) as Duchess Catherine Beaton
- Californication (2008) as Janie Jones
- My Own Worst Enemy (2008) as Angie Spivey
- Damages (2010) as Danielle Marchetti
- CSI: NY (2010) as Aubrey Hunter
- Priest (2011) as Shannon Pace
- Ringer (2012) as Greer Sheridan
- In Plain Sight (2012) as Associate Director Susan Campbell
- Drop Dead Diva (2012) as Gina Blunt
- Political Animals (2012) as Mindy Meyers
- Longmire (2013 — 2014) as Deena
- Witches of East End (2013 — 2014) as Wendy Beauchamp
- American Horror Story: Hotel (2015) as Mrs. Ellison
- Love (2016 — 2017) as Mom
- Twin Peaks: The Return (2017) as Shelly Johnson
- Riverdale (2017 — present) as Alice Cooper
She provides tropes of:
- Ms. Fanservice: She's a very beautiful woman, no doubt about that.
- Silver Vixen: She's over 50 and still looks quite good for her age.
- Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: Her name, Mädchen, literally translates to "girl" in German, which her parents gave to her because it was unusual.