Joely Fisher is a director, producer, author , and actress on Broadway and Television. She is the daughter of Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens. In her memoir, "The Fishbowl" she reveals what it was like to grow up under the intense scrutiny of being the kid of a Hollywood power couple.
She attended many schools in the U.S. and Europe, including Boston's Emerson College which is famous for training some the biggest entertainment icons who work in front of and behind the camera.
It was her 5 seasons as Paige Clark, Ellen’s best friend, the monstrously ambitious, seductive Hollywood executive on the historic and groundbreaking ABC show, "Ellen," that introduced her to television audiences around the world, and earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
Joely starred opposite John Goodman in Fox's series "Normal Ohio". Then she spent two seasons starring in her own series "Wild Card" on Lifetime.
In 2005, Joely joined the cast of the hit television series "Desperate Housewives" She then joined Brad Garrett for four seasons in Fox’s” ‘Til Death."
Her crowning achievement to date was starring with Matthew Broderick in the $100 million-grossing Disney film "Inspector Gadget."
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