Shannen Doherty filmography

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Doherty attending the premiere of 90210 in 2008

American actress Shannen Doherty has appeared in numerous television programs and motion pictures. After her television debut in Father Murphy in 1981,[1] she landed her first major role in the dramatic western television series Little House on the Prairie (1982–1983), and reprised her role in its three television specials.[2] Doherty received two Young Artist Award nominations for playing the oldest Witherspoon sibling Kris in the family drama Our House (1986–1988).[3][4] She appeared in four films during the 1980s, including the positively-received, animated film The Secret of NIMH (1982)[5] and the cult classic Heathers (1988).[1] Her breakthrough role was as Brenda Walsh in the teen drama Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990-1994), but she was later dropped from the series because of backstage issues and her negative image as a "bad girl".[6] She starred in television films in the early and mid-1990s, and played Rene Mosier in the romantic comedy Mallrats (1995) in an attempt to rebuild her career.[7][8]

Doherty enjoyed a resurgence in popularity after being cast by producer Aaron Spelling to play Prue Halliwell on the supernatural drama Charmed (1998–2001). The series was their second collaboration following Beverly Hills, 90210.[1] The character was praised by critics and fans, earning a spot as one of the best witches in television history according to a TVLine article,[9] and Doherty took an active role in the show's production, directing three of its episodes. Following disagreements with Spelling and co-star Alyssa Milano, Doherty left the series in its third season.[7][10] Doherty starred in a string of television films, and reunited with Spelling taking a recurring role on the prime-time soap opera North Shore (2004–2005). The following year, she was cast as Denise Johnson in the unaired pilot of the sitcom Love, Inc.,[11][12] but was dropped from the show by producer United Paramount Network (UPN).[13] She reprised her role as Brenda Walsh in the reboot of 90210 (2008–2009), appearing as a special guest star in eight episodes in its first season.[14]

While acting in scripted material, Doherty also participated in five reality television shows, none of which had much success, except Shannen Says (2012), in which she received positive reviews.[15][16] In 2010, Doherty competed in the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars to honor her father who had a stroke in December 2009.[17] Later that year, she also voiced the identical twins Mari and Kari on the animated web series Mari-Kari, and starred in the independent satirical thriller Burning Palms after a nine-year absence from film. In 2012 and 2014, she directed two music videos for the band Radical Something. In 2016, she starred alongside Alec Baldwin, Danny Glover, and Michael Madsen in the sports drama film Back in the Day.

Film

Key
Film has not yet been released Indicates a film that has not yet been released
Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
The Secret of NIMH 1981 Teresa Brisby (voice)
[18]
Night Shift 1982 Bluebird
[19]
Girls Just Want to Have Fun 1985 Maggie Malene
[20]
Heathers 1988 Heather Duke
[20]
Almost Dead 1994 Katherine Roshak
[21]
Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult 1994 Herself Cameo
[22]
Mallrats 1995 Rene Mosier
[23]
Nowhere 1997 Val-Chick 2 Cameo
[24]
Striking Poses 1999 Gage Sullivan
[25]
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back 2001 Herself Cameo
[26]
Burning Palms 2010 Dr. Shelly
[27]
Back in the Day 2016 Maria
[28]
Bethany 2017 Susan Producer
[29]
Undateable John dagger TBA Charlene In post-production
[30]
How to Make a Deal with the Devil dagger TBA The Devil Completed
[29]
Bukowski dagger TBA Young Katherina Bukowsk In post-production
[20]

Television

Key
Shows that have not yet been aired Denotes shows that have not yet been aired
Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Father Murphy 1981 Drusilla Shannon Episodes: "By the Bear That Bit Me" (Parts 1 & 2)
[31]
The Phoenix 1982 Little Girl (uncredited) Episode: "One of Them"
[32]
Voyagers! 1982 Betty Parris Episode: "Agents of Satan"
[33]
Little House on the Prairie 1982–1983 Jenny Wilder Series regular (18 episodes)
[20]
Little House: Look Back to Yesterday 1983 Jenny Wilder Television film
[34]
Magnum, P.I. 1983 Ima Platt Episode: "A Sense of Debt"
[35]
Airwolf 1984 Phoebe Danner Episode: "Bite of the Jackal"
[36]
Little House: The Last Farewell 1984 Jenny Wilder Television film
[37]
Little House: Bless All The Dear Children 1984 Jenny Wilder Television film
[38]
Robert Kennedy and His Times 1985 Kathleen Kennedy Miniseries (Parts 1 & 2)
[39]
The New Leave It to Beaver 1985 Laurie Episode: "Steppin' Out"
[40]
The Other Lover 1985 Alson Fielding Television film
[41]
Highway to Heaven 1985 Shelley Fowler Episode: "The Secret"
[42]
Alf Loves a Mystery 1987 The Lady in Red Television film
[43]
Our House 1986–1988 Kris Witherspoon Series regular (46 episodes)
[44]
21 Jump Street 1989 Janine Episode: "Things We Said Today"
[45]
Life Goes On 1990 Ginny Green Episode: "Corky's Crush"
[46]
Beverly Hills, 90210 1990–1994 Brenda Walsh Series regular (112 episodes)
Soundtrack, Episode: Wild Fire (uncredited)
[47]
Forever Young 1991 Party Girl Television film
[48]
The Secret of Lost Creek 1992 Jeannie Fogle Series regular (4 episodes)
[49]
Obsessed 1992 Lorie Brindel Television film
[50]
Freeze Frame 1993 Lindsay Scott Television film
[51]
Blindfold: Acts of Obsession 1994 Madeleine Dalton Television film
[52]
A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story 1994 Margaret Mitchell Television film
[53]
Jailbreakers 1994 Angel Norton Television film
[54]
Gone in the Night 1996 Cyndi Dowaliby Television film
[55]
Friends 'Til the End 1997 Heather Romley Television film
[56]
Sleeping with the Devil 1997 Rebecca Dubrovich Television film
[57]
The Ticket 1997 CeeCee Reicker Television film
[58]
Charmed 1998–2001 Prue Halliwell Series regular (Season 1–3; 67 episodes)
Director ("Be Careful What For", "The Good, the Bad, and the Cursed", "All Hell Breaks Loose"
Choreographer ("Coyote Piper")
Very special thanks ("Forever Charmed")
[59]
Satan's School for Girls 2000 Beth Hammersmith / Karen Oxford Television film
[60]
Another Day 2001 Kate Television film
Co-executive producer
[61]
The Rendering 2002 Sarah Reynolds Television film
[62]
Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay 2002 Lexi Wilcox Television film
[63]
Nightlight 2003 Celeste Timmerman Television film/Also known as View of Terror
[64]
Scare Tactics 2003 Herself (host) Season 1
[65]
North Shore 2004–2005 Alexandra Hudson Recurring role (11 episodes)
[66]
Category 7: The End of the World 2005 Faith Clavell Television film
[67]
Love, Inc. 2005 Denise Johnson Unaired pilot
[68]
Breaking Up with Shannen Doherty 2006 Herself (host) Executive producer
Writer ("Dancing By Myself" and "You Need My Helpline: Chemistry Test")
[69]
Christmas Caper 2007 Kate Dove Television film
[70]
Kiss Me Deadly 2008 Marta Television film
[71]
The Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon 2008 Susan Jordan Television film
[72]
90210 2008–2009 Brenda Walsh Special guest star (Season 1; 8 episodes)
[14]
Encounter with Danger 2009 Lori Television film
[73]
Dancing with the Stars 2010 Herself (competitor) Season 10 (Voted off in Week 2)
[74]
Growing the Big One 2010 Emma Silber Television film
Soundtrack, "The Yankee Doodle Boy" (uncredited)
[75]
Les Anges de la téléréalité 2011 Herself Season 3: I Love New York
[76]
Witchslayer Gretl 2012 Gretl Television film
[77]
Shannen Says 2012 Herself Series regular (8 episodes)
Executive producer
[78]
The New Normal 2012 Brenda Walsh/Herself Episode: "The XY Factor"
[79]
All I Want for Christmas 2014 Brenda Patterson Television film
[80]
Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys 2014 Cate Parker Television film
[81]
Off the Map with Shannen & Holly 2015 Herself Series regular (6 episodes)
Executive producer
[82]
Rock in a Hard Place 2016 Janice Cable pilot (Indiegogo campaign)
[83]
Heathers dagger TBA Heather In pre-production
Television film
MallBrats dagger TBA Rene Announced

Web

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Mari-Kari 2010 Mari/Kari (voice)
[84]
Suite 7 2011 Adrianne Episode: "Company"
Director ("Captive Audience")
Producer ("Captive Audience" and "Company")
[85]
"Naked in Venice" 2012 Director
Producer
Music video for Radical Something
[86]
"Pure" 2014 Director
Producer
Music video for Radical Something
[87]
Borgore & Sikdope: Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse 2014 News Anchor Short film
[88]

References

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Bibliography

  • Terrace, Vincent. Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010. McFarland: 2008. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7.

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