TV Shows - Amy Steel
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on July 24, 2024. Amy Steel has appeared in 2 television series with data.
  • Home Improvement Poster
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    Home Improvement
    as Eve 1 episode • #599 most popular show
    Home Improvement is an American sitcom that aired from 1991 to 1999. The show revolves around Tim Taylor, a talented but accident-prone handyman who hosts a local home improvement show called 'Tool Time'. Tim is always striving to improve things, but his unique approach often leads to comedic mishaps. Alongside Tim is his patient and loving wife Jill, their three mischievous sons, and their quirky neighbor Wilson, who provides sage advice through his fence. Home Improvement combines humor and heart as it explores the challenges and victories of family life.
  • The A-Team Poster
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    The A-Team
    as Kathy Ludlam 1 episode • #631 most popular show
    The A-Team is an American action-adventure television series that follows the exploits of a group of Vietnam War veterans turned mercenaries, who are wrongly accused of a crime they did not commit. The team, led by former Special Forces operative Hannibal Smith, uses their unique skills to help those in need while avoiding capture by law enforcement. Each member of the team brings their own distinct personality and expertise to the missions they undertake, making The A-Team a thrilling and entertaining watch.
Movies - Amy Steel
Sorted by online popularity. Amy Steel has appeared in 4 movies with data.
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Amy Steel Biography
Amy Steel Pulitzer (born May 3, 1960) is an American film and television actress. She made her acting debut in the comedy film Fat Chance (1981) and gained recognition for her role as Ginny in Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981). Steel also appeared in April Fool's Day (1986), Walk Like a Man (1987), Play Nice (1992), and Tales of Poe (2014). She had lead roles in the TV series The Powers of Matthew Star (1982–83) and For Love and Honor (1983–84), as well as guest appearances on shows like Family Ties, The A-Team, Quantum Leap, Home Improvement, American Gothic, and Millennium. Steel also acted in television films including First Steps (1985) and What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?.

On July 24, 2024, Amy Steel had 103 Wikipedia visits, making her the #18,456 most popular actor online.