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- Vicki Lewis
- Cincinnati Ohio
- United States
- Sexy Ass Before J.LO
Lewis' film appearances include roles in "Finding Nemo", "Mousehunt", "Godzilla (1998 film)", "Pushing Tin" and "California Dreaming (2007 film)" with "Newsradio" costar Dave Foley.
On television, Lewis starred in the NBC sitcom "Three Sisters" and the WB animated comedy "Mission Hill". She made guest appearances on "Seinfeld" (in the episode "The Secretary") and "Murphy Brown". In a recurring role on "Home Improvement", she played Maureen Binford, producer of the show-within-a-show "Tool Time". Other shows on which she has played recurring roles include "Caroline in the City", "The Norm Show", "Grace Under Fire", "Phenom" and "The Five Mrs. Buchanans". Lewis starred in the made-for-TV film adaptation of "Bye Bye Birdie" for ABC opposite Jason Alexander. Most recently, she made guest appearances on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and FX's "Dirt".
Besides "Mission Hill", Lewis has voiced characters for "Justice League Heroes", "Phineas and Ferb", "Rugrats", "King of the Hill", "Hercules: The Animated Series", and "An Extremely Goofy Movie".
On stage, Lewis has appeared in "City of Angels (musical)" and "My One and Only" in Los Angeles, and has performed as a soloist with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. Her Broadway credits include "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up", "Snoopy!!! The Musical", "Damn Yankees", "Chicago" and "The Crucible". She also appeared with Peter Gallagher in "Pal Joey" at the New York City Center. Lewis won the 2007 Ovation Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for the world premiere of Michael John Lachuisa's "Hotel C'est L'amou".
Lewis is often confused with Kathy Griffin, another redhead born in 1960, who played a role similar to Lewis' "NewsRadio" character on the NBC sitcom "Suddenly Susan". Griffin's character, who was also named Vicki, was mimicked by Lewis on a "NewsRadio" episode. Lewis has been vocal about the comparisons on "NewsRadio" DVD commentaries.