Melissa Newman (actress)
Newman's career after her film debut consisted of appearances in television movies and series, such as Bonanza, Gunsmoke, Lou Grant, Starsky & Hutch, Getting Away from It All, River of Gold, and Revenge of the Stepford Wives.
She returned to the big screen in the 1983 film One Dark Night, after which, in 1985, she performed as a voice actress in the anime series Robotech and in the English dub version of the animated television movie, Time Patrol.
In the 1971 Bonanza episode "A Time to Die" she plays the role of Lori who is engaged to be married, while her mother Mrs. April Christopher (played by Vera Miles) is succumbing to the effects of a bite from a rabid wolf.
In the made for TV comedy movie Getting Away from It All (1972), she portrays April Brodey, the bikini-clad daughter of the owner of the local store. She becomes enamored of Larry Hagman's character Fred Clark, and swims out to the island to give him and his wife Helen (Barbara Feldon) a tour of the property they have purchased.
Also in the 1972 Gunsmoke episode, "The Wedding" she portrays 20-year old Donna Clayton who wants to marry Corey Soames (played by Sam Elliott). Newman (as Karen Guilfoyle) would again appear with Sam Elliot (as Luther Wilkes) a year later in a 1973 episode of Hawkins, however not as a love-interest.
Also in 1973, she had a role in the premiere episode of The New Perry Mason as Nita More, secretary to Jules Barron (Paul Richards), in which she had three scenes; in an office setting, out and about with Mason's detective Paul, and on the stand testifying in a courtroom setting.
Branching out into the mystery/thriller genre in Revenge of the Stepford Wives (1980), she portrayed Muffin Sheridan, who interviews for the job of assistant to investigative reporter Kaye Foster (Sharon Gless), and has various scenes throughout the movie.
In 1983 she returned to the big-screen in the horror film One Dark Night as Mrs. Olivia McKenna, wife of Allan McKenna (portrayed by Adam West), and daughter of the villain, Karl Raymarseivich Raymar. 
Newman was the voice of Dana Sterling in 1985 for twenty-four episodes of Robotech Part 2: The Masters. In the same year, she voiced Ginny in Time Patrol in which she is credited as Lisa Mannon, instead of Melissa Newman.
- The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1968) "Way Off Broadway" (S1E9) as Nancy 
- The Undefeated (1969) as Charlotte Langdon 
- Bracken's World (1970) "A Beginning, a Middle and an End" (S1E23) as Aileen Davies 
- Julia (1970) "The Switch Sitters" as Wilma 
- River of Gold (1971) as Julie 
- The Jimmy Stewart Show (1971) as college student, Ida Levin 
- "By Way of Introduction" (S1E1)
- "Cock-a-doodle Don't" (S1E14)
- Gunsmoke (1972) "The Wedding" (S17E24) as Donna Clayton
- Hawkins (1973) "Die, Darling, Die" (S1E2) as Karen Guilfoyle 
- Lou Grant (1978) "Sect" (S1E18) as Kim Ballard 
- Robotech (1985) as Dana Sterling (Voice)
- 24 Episodes in Part 2: "The Masters"
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- Melissa Newman at IMDb