Kelly Coffield Park
A blonde, stage-trained actress best known for her work on the Fox-TV comedy "In Living Color," Kelly Coffield introduced audiences of that show to such characters as black-and-white screen vixen Velma Mulholland, Andrea Dice Clay, Samantha Kinison and grade school troublemaker Edna Louise. She made her feature debut in "Field of Dreams" (1989), as Timothy Busfield's wife Dee, played a small role in "Quiz Show" (1994) and also appeared in "Jerry Maguire" (1996). She returned as a TV series regular in the role of attorney Sylvia Jennings on Fox's "413 Hope Street" (1997). Among her stage performances, Coffield starred as Marlene in "Mill Fire," both at the Goodman Studio in Chicago and later at The Women's Project in New York, and in a production of "Food and Shelter" at New York's The Vineyard Theater. She also acted in the short film "Idyllwild," shown at the 1994 Hamptons Film Festival.