Anne Ramsay

Anne Ramsay

This tall, slim character player portrayed Helen Hunt's wisecracking, neurotic sister Lisa on the hit NBC sitcom "Mad About You" from 1992 to 1997. Ramsay began her career with Continuum, an acting group of fellow UCLA alumni whose 1987 production of "Waiting" (which she co-wrote) won them acclaim and landed Ramsay an agent. She launched her TV career with guest spots on Fox crime series "Booker" and "DEA" before winning the recurring role of a nutty psychiatrist on the CBS sitcom "Doctor, Doctor" (1990-91). She made her feature film debut in the courtroom drama "Class Action" (1991) starring Gene Hackman, then Penny Marshall cast her in "A League of Their Own" (1992) playing first base on an all-female baseball league during WWII.



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