Melanie Vincz is an actress that was born on December 7, 1949.
But Vincz is a prolific actress of both television and movies.
She began her career in 1979 with an appearance on the Robin Williams comedy Mork & Mindy.
In 1980 she was on the show The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo that was created by Glen A. Larson one of TV’s most prolific individuals.
In 1981 she had a character on TV’s long running daytime soap opera General Hospital playing Corinne.
Throughout the 1980s Melanie Vincz would also have roles on TV shows like The Fall Guy, The Greatest American Hero, Three’s Company, The Devlin Connection, The Dukes of Hazzard, House Calls, The Yellow Rose, Fantasy Island, Hardcastle and McCormick and Hart to Hart as well as numerous others.
Mork & Mindy (TV show) (1979) as Kathy
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo (TV show) (1980) as Beauty Contestant Diane
Bob Hope in the Starmakers (1980) as Herself
General Hospital (TV show) (1981) as Corinne
Goldie and the Boxer Go to Hollywood (1981) as Jane
The Fall Guy (TV show) (1982) as Jackie
The Greatest American Hero (TV show) (1982) as Dawn
Three’s Company (TV show) (1982) as Girl
The Devlin Connection (TV show) (1982)
The Dukes of Hazzard (1982) as Girl #2
House Calls (TV show) (1981–1982) Linda Fuller
The Yellow Rose (TV show) (1983)
Fantasy Island (TV show) (1983) as Blonde
Oh Madeline (TV show) (1984)
Automan (TV show) (1984) as Girl
The Lost Empire (1984) as Angel Wolfe
Let’s Make a Deal (TV show) (1984–1986) as Model
Hardcastle and McCormick (1984) as Rita
Hart to Hart (1984) as Melanie
Night Court (1984) as Barbara Buffy
Lottery! (1984) as Paula Barnes Triscano
Falcon Crest (TV show) (1985) as Thelma Crocker
Who’s the Boss? (TV show) (1985) as Phoebe
Blade in Hong Kong (TV Movie) (1985)
Magnum, P.I. (TV show) (1986) as Mandy Smith
Hunk (1987) as Laurel Springs
Simon & Simon (1987) as Pam Woods
She’s the Sheriff (1988) as Felicia
Small Wonder (TV show) (1988) as Shanna Green
Moonlighting (1988) as Nurse #1
Full House (1990) as Adult D.J.
Dangerous Women (1991) as Crystal Fox
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