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Tessa Richarde
Tessa Richarde
tessa Richarde made three guest appearnces on "Night Court", in different roles.
General Actor Information
Gender: Female
Born: (1955-11-30) November 30, 1955 (age 63)
Birthplace United States
Occupation/
Career:
Actress
Years active: 1979-1990
Appearances/Series information
Appeared on: Night Court
Episode(s)
appeared in:
3 in Seasons 2-4
Appears as: Aphrodite / Hooker / Roberta De Vries
Tessa Richarde (born November 30, 1955) made three guest appearances on Night Court, first playing the part of hooker Aphrodite in the Season 2 episode of titled "Christine and Mac (a.k.a. Daddy for the Defense)" (#2), as a hooker in season 3's "The Hostage" (episode #2) , and then as Roberta De Vries in "Earthquake" in Season 4 (episode #9).

Career

A character actress who was mainly cast as likable ditzy blonde/hooker types, Tessa is probably best known as playing Miss Mitzi Fritts in Clint Eastwood's Bronco Billy and Malcolm McDowell's girlfriend in the remake of Cat People. She appears to have retired from acting to bring up her family in the Pinehurst, NC area.


Acting Credits

Year Credit Character Notes
1979 240-Robert (TV series) Penny in episode "Models"
1980 Angie (TV series) Connie 3 episodes
Any Which Way You Can Sweet Sue feature film role
Nobody's Perfect (TV series) Yvette in episode "Daddy's Day"
Bronco Billy Sweet Sue feature film role
Murder Can Hurt You Sophia TV movie
1982 Alice (TV series) Linette in episode "Do You Take This Waitress?"
Young doctors in Love The Gangsters - Rocco's Wife minor role
Police Squad! (TV series) Mary in episodes "Testimony of Evil (Dead Men Don't Laugh)"
& "Ring of Fear (A Dangerous Assignment)" (both uncredited)
The Last American Virgin Brenda supporting role
Cat People Billie film role
The Beach Girls Doreen film role
1983 Happy Foxy Lady #2 TV movie
Three's Company Melissa in episode "Out on a Limb"
National Lampoon's Vacation Motel Guest minor role
Max Dugan Returns Blonde at Shoe Store film role
Cheers (TV series) Bonnie in episode "No Contest"
1984-1986 Night Court Roberta De Vries / Hooker / Aphrodite 3 episodes
1985 This Wife for Hire Brenda TV movie
Trapper John, M.D. Secretay in episode "A Wheel in a Wheel"
1988 Frank Nitti: The Enforcer Minor role/uncredited TV movie
1989 CBS Summer Playhouse (TV series) "B-Men" episode special
1990 Dallas Katie Lynn in episode "Will Power"
Murder, She Wrote Doreen in episode "Good-Bye Charlie"

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