Kerrie Keane
Alma materMcMaster University
Years active1981–present

Kerrie Keane is a Canadian actress.[1]

She graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Arts in history in 1970.

Her early film career included roles in The Incubus (1982), Spasms (1983), Morning Man (1986) and Bates Motel (1987). In 1987 she appeared in the film Obsessed[1] and was nominated for the 1989 Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role. Keane also played the leading female role in the film Distant Thunder (1988) and appeared in the superhero film Steel (1997).[1] She co-hosted What Will They Think of Next?, and appeared on episodes of such television series as Star Trek: The Next Generation, Matlock and Beverly Hills, 90210.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
1982 The Incubus Laura Kincaid
1983 Spasms Suzanne Cavadon
1986 The Morning Man (Un matin, une vie) Kate Johnson
1988 Distant Thunder Char
1988 Malarek Claire
1997 Steel Sen. Nolan
2008 The Lucky 7 Carrie Short
2013 The Moment Adele
2015 Cracked Theresa Short
2016 The Accent Wall Mom Short


Year Title Role Notes
1982 Shocktrauma Jill Jackson TV film
1983 Trapper John, M.D. Aphrodite "Mother Load"
1983–84 The Yellow Rose Caryn Cabrera Recurring role
1984 Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac Carole Biggs TV film
1984 Hot Pursuit Kate Wyler / Cathy Ladd Main role
1984 Slim Obsession TV film
1985 Matt Houston Elizabeth "Killing Time", "Final Vows"
1985 A Death in California Shannon Foley TV miniseries
1985 Dirty Work Nadine Leevanhoek TV film
1985 Perry Mason Returns Kathryn Gordon TV film
1986 Kung Fu: The Movie Mrs. Sarah Perkins TV film
1986 Second Serve Meriam TV film
1986 Danger Bay Jessica Stone "Lady Raven"
1986 Matlock Carla Evans "The Stripper"
1987 Bates Motel Barbara Peters TV film
1987 Nightstick Robin Malone TV film
1987 Mistress Margo TV film
1988 Hitting Home Dinah Middleton TV film
1988 Divided We Stand Katie Gibbs TV film
1989 Studio 5-B Carla Montgomery Main role
1989 CBS Schoolbreak Special Pat Graham "Frog Girl: The Jennifer Graham Story"
1989 The Return of Sam McCloud Dr. Ashley Stevens TV film
1990 Star Trek: The Next Generation Alexana Devos "The High Ground"
1990 Jake and the Fatman Morgan Steele "Exactly Like You"
1990 In the Heat of the Night Christine Anderson Millings "Heart of Gold"
1991 Perry Mason: The Case of the Ruthless Reporter Gillian Pope TV film
1991 Murder, She Wrote Atty. Margo Saunders "Terminal Connection"
1991 Father Dowling Mysteries Suzanne Preston "The Missing Witness Mystery"
1991 Matlock Catherine Welden "The Celebrity"
1992 Life Goes On Beverly Atwood "Struck by Lightning"
1992 The House on Sycamore Street Maggie Drummond TV film
1993–95 Beverly Hills, 90210 Suzanne Steele Recurring role
1994 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Rachel Lowry "Temple"
1994 Diagnosis: Murder Lydia Clayton "Nirvana"
1994 Time Trax Dr. Katherine Kincaid "The Scarlet Koala"
1995 Murder, She Wrote Audrey Young "Film Flam"
1996 Alien Nation: Millennium Jennifer TV film
1996 The Perfect Daughter Dr. Cooper TV film
1996 A Kiss So Deadly Patty Deese TV film
1996 Alien Nation: The Enemy Within Jessica TV film
1997 Pacific Palisades Mrs. Cruise "The Bet", "The Other Woman"
1998 Walker, Texas Ranger Dr. Nora Shannon "Tribe"
1998 The Pretender Faye "A Stand-Up Guy"
1999 Chicago Hope Mrs. Haskell "Kiss of Death"
1999 A Crime of Passion Blair Worrall TV film
1999–01 7th Heaven Gillian Brenner "We the People", "One Hundred"
2000 NYPD Blue Joan Dickerson "Sleep Over"
2001 JAG Capt. Meryl Rossbach "Measure of Men"
2002 The Nightmare Room Mrs. Sanders "Dear Diary, I'm Dead"
2003 Cold Case Judy Enright "Churchgoing People"
2004 The Guardian Dr. Brem "Antarctica"
2005 JAG Comm. Lucy Maron "Fit for Duty"
2006 Criminal Minds Fran "Profiler, Profiled"
2007 Shark Barbara Seligman "The Wrath of Khan"
2008–10 The Young and the Restless Judge Judith Isabell Recurring role
2009 Ghost Whisperer Lauren Sable "Greek Tragedy"
2009 Castle Mrs. Davidson "A Chill Goes Through Her Veins"
2010 NCIS Maggie Reed "Obsession"



  1. ^ a b c d "Kerrie Keane". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. 2015. Archived from the original on 21 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Index". Cinema Canada. February–March 1989. p. 3. Retrieved 6 June 2015.