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Cindy Pickett

Cindy Pickett

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    • April 18th, 1947
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Cindy Lou Pickett (born April 18, 1947) is an American actress best known for her 1970s role as Jackie Marler-Spaulding on the CBS soap Guiding Light; her role as Dr. Carol Novino on the hugely-popular television drama St. Elsewhere in the 1980s; for her critically acclaimed performance as the real-life Kay Stayner, the mother of a boy who was kidnapped for several years, in the dramatic TV movie I Know My First Name Is Steven; and for her cinematic roles and performances as Valerie St. John in Roger Vadim's little-known 1980 erotic cult film, Night Games, for which she would have the leading role, and as the tough-as-nails and heroic Dr. Jane Norris in the 1989 sci-fi-horror film DeepStar Six. Pickett, however, is handily best-known to audiences for her highly memorable turn as Katie Bueller, Matthew Broderick's titular character's loving and unsuspecting mother, in the 1986 classic and iconic American comedy movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

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Filmography

Acting (17 Credits)

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2017Wrapped Up In Christmas as Patty McKee
2014Stranded in Paradise as Mona Nelson
2007Sex and Death 101 as Roderick's Mother
2005Hate Crime as Barbara McCoyWatch Free
1997The Killing Secret as Mrs. Voss
1995Evolver as Melanie BaxterWatch Free
1993Son in Law as Connie Warner
1992Sleepwalkers as Mrs. Robertson
1991Crooked Hearts as Jill Warren
1989I Know My First Name Is Steven as Kay
1989DeepStar Six as Dr. Diane Norris
1988Hot to Trot as Victoria Peyton
1988She's Having a Baby as Cindy Pickett (uncredited)
1987Amerika as Amanda Bradford
1986Ferris Bueller's Day Off as Katie Bueller
1986The Men's Club as Hannah
1983Hysterical as Kate

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