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Nancy Fassett

Nancy Fassett was born on June 28, 1969 in Dayton, Ohio, USA. She is an actress, known for Broken and Bleeding (1998), Moonbeams (2001) and Golden Gate (1993). She has been married to Charles Schner since October 26, 2008. See full bio »
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Known For

Broken and Bleeding
(1998)
Moonbeams
Moonbeams Sherry
(2001)
Golden Gate
Golden Gate Tourist
(1993)
Boston Public
Boston Public Mrs. Feldman
(2003)

Filmography

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 2005 Center of the Universe (TV Series)
Marathon Runner
- Marathon Woman (2005) ... Marathon Runner
 2003 Boston Public (TV Series)
Mrs. Feldman
- Chapter Seventy-Six (2003) ... Mrs. Feldman
 2003 First and Foremost (Short)
V.O. Helicopter Pilot
 2001 Almost Salinas
Additional Voices (voice)
 2001 Moonbeams
Sherry
 1999 The Settlement
Additional Voices (voice)
 1998 Broken and Bleeding
Debra
 1993 Golden Gate
Tourist
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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Cancer

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