An American actress who appeared in many TV series in the '60s and '70s, Katherine Justice had the looks of a leading lady but never became a household name. A native of Ohio, she got her start in TV and film Westerns, including a guest appearance on the series, "The Iron Horse," and the 1967 feature, "The Way West." She had a supporting role in the Dean Martin feature, "5 Card Stud," and appeared a half dozen times on the venerable TV show, "Gunsmoke," including a recurring role as Beth Tilton in a three-part episode from 1971. She was a fixture on TV dramas in the '70s and appeared numerous times on the detective shows, "Mannix," " Barnaby Jones," and "Cannon." In the early '80s, she had her longest recurring role on the primetime soap, "Falcon Crest," appearing in nine episodes over the 1982-83 season. After a few TV guest appearances in the early '90s, she essentially disappeared from the screen.