Lisa Nicole Carson

TV Actress

Lisa Nicole Carson was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States on July 12th, 1969 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 53, Lisa Nicole Carson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
July 12, 1969
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Age
53 years old
Zodiac Sign
Cancer
Networth
$400 Thousand
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor
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Lisa Nicole Carson Career

Carson appeared in productions at the famed Negro Ensemble Company. Her first notable credit came in 1991, when she appeared in Law & Order and in 1992 she had a non-speaking, minor role in the comedy series, The Cosby Show. She was a regular on The Apollo Comedy Hour before appearing in film in Let's Get Bizzee (1993), Jason's Lyric (1994) and Devil in a Blue Dress (1995). She has appeared in Love Jones and Life. She also performed as an R&B singer in the 1995 television movie Divas. She had a role in the 1997 movie Eve's Bayou, as Mattie Mereaux.

On television, she played the recurring character Carla Reece, the on/off girlfriend of Eriq La Salle's Dr Peter Benton in NBC's ER between 1996 and 2001. Between 1997 and 2002 she played prosecutor Renee Raddick in Fox's Ally McBeal, a role for which she received multiple award nominations. Carson was fired from both roles, amid reports about her erratic behavior on and off set, alleged drug use, being arrested and admissions to a mental health facility. In 2012, she was featured in a guest appearance in the second-season finale of the canceled NBC series Harry's Law reprising her character Renee Raddick from Ally McBeal.

In 2017, she starred in the BET miniseries The New Edition Story.

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Jane Krakowski says she has not yet been asked to star in Ally McBeal sequel

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 7, 2022
Hollywood veteran Jane Krakowski does not seem to age. The 53-year-old blonde actress glowed in a green skirt suit that made the most of her toned legs as she headed to the Today show in New York City to plug her one-night stage show. While sitting down with Hoda Kotb, the siren confirmed that she has not yet been asked to work on the Ally McBeal sequel which is in early development at ABC, according to Deadline .

Where are the cast of Ally McBeal now?

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 2, 2022
As Deadline reports ABC is planning to revive Ally McBeal for a sequel, FEMAIL takes a look at the careers and personal lives of the stars of the show since it left our screens in 2002 after five seasons. The show launched the careers of stars including Robert Downey Jr (far left), Portia de Rossi (second from left) and Lucy Liu (far right) with stars of the smaller screen including Peter MacNicol (second from right) earning awards for their roles in the legal drama.

What DOES the return of Ally McBeal say about women's lives today? Asks LIZ JONESĀ 

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 1, 2022
Rarely do I provoke someone to the extent that they answer back on the cover of a glossy magazine. Yet, at the tail end of the 1990s, I did exactly that, prompting the biggest (and smallest) star of the day into expressly telling me in huge letters: 'I'm thin, so what?' I had been wailing in print - in my own magazine, Marie Claire, and in this newspaper - that Calista Flockhart, the star of Ally McBeal, was a danger to women's health. She was the kind of Hollywood thin that rendered her features too big for her face, her skull too large for her tiny body, clad as it ubiquitously was in a pelmet skirt that revealed her kidneys.