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Marisa Petroro

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Marisa Petroro (born February 11, 1972; sometimes credited as Marisa Parker) is an American actress and model.She got her first TV show job by appearing in Ned and Stacey and her first national commercial, Clear Blue Easy, was directed David Lynch. It wasn't too long before she found herself working regularly on a number of shows including appearances in Rescue 77, The Pretender, The Young & The Restless, According to Jim, Reno 911!, Las Vegas, Scrubs and Rules Of Engagement. She was one of most recognized brief-case beauties for 4 seasons as a model on Deal or No Deal holding case #18, also guest starred opposite Eva Longoria on Desperate Housewives and currently recurs on Dexter. In 2004, she starred in the country music video Whiskey Lullaby along side Rick Schroder. Description above from the Wikipedia article Marisa Petroro licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Feb 11, 1972
Movie/TV Credits:
18
First Appeared:
In the series The Academy Awards 1953-03-18
Latest Project:
Movie One Day Like Rain 2007-06-15
Known For
Poster of Dexter
Poster of No Witness
Poster of Scrubs
Poster of The Pretender
Filmography
Movie One Day Like Rain Tatiana 2007-06-15
Series Rules of Engagement Unknown 2007-02-05
Movie Bachelor Party Vegas The Showgirl 2006-04-25
Series Dexter Unknown 2006-10-01
Movie Unrest Alita Covas 2006-10-22
Series Freddie Unknown 2005-10-12
Series Deal or No Deal 2005-12-19
Movie No Witness Celeste Cartier 2004-04-07
Series Las Vegas Unknown 2003-09-22
Movie Pumpkin Courtney Burke 2002-06-28
Series Scrubs Unknown 2001-10-02
Movie The Learning Curve Maria (as Marisa Parker) 2001-10-05
Series According to Jim Unknown 2001-10-03
Movie A Murder of Crows Laura (as Marisa Parker) 1999-07-06
Movie Contact Oval Office Secretary 1997-07-11
Series The Pretender Unknown 1996-09-19
Series The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Unknown 1992-05-25
Series The Academy Awards Unknown 1953-03-18