Kimberly Quinn

Small-screen actress Kimberly Quinn has entertained audiences since the mid '90s. She debuted on "Partners" in 1995, an ill-fated FOX sitcom about a pair of up-and-coming architects. In 1998, she appeared in a two-part episode of "Suddenly Susan" alongside stars Brooke Shields and Judd Nelson, and memorably played a former lover of Don Johnson's title character on CBS' San Francisco-based crime serial "Nash Bridges." Quinn co-wrote and headlined "Winding Roads" in 1999, a feature-length romance with Katrina Holden Bronson (the adopted daughter of legendary genre actor Charles Bronson) and supermodel/actress Rachel Hunter. Quinn next starred as conspiracy theorist Ellen Sharp in the Dick Van Dyke-led medical mystery, "Diagnosis Murder." Her character featured prominently in two episodes of the series, including the 2002 finale, and Quinn reprised the role in the subsequent TV-movie, "Without Warning." Fast becoming a staple in police procedurals, Quinn contributed to installments of "Cold Case," "NYPD: Blue," and "CSI: NY." In 2006, she made the first of two appearances as Nurse Wendy on the acerbic hospital drama "House M.D.." She reteamed with Dick Van Dyke the following year for another small screen mystery, "Murder 101: College Can Be Murder." Quinn scrounged up a starring role in the 2010 FX PI series "Terriers," which was axed by the network after its first season.