Actress Kirsten Nelson made her debut in the 1993 thriller "The Fugitive," based on the classic TV show, starring Harrison Ford as a falsely convicted man on the run and an Oscar-winning Tommy Lee Jones as the man chasing him. After that, Nelson moved to television, appearing on the David E. Kelley legal drama "The Practice" in 1997 and an episode of the sitcom "Boy Meets World" with Ben Savage in 1999. In 2001, Nelson played the young Mrs. Dolores Landingham on the popular political drama "The West Wing," and in 2002, Nelson did a two-episode stint as Lorraine Ross on the cult favorite "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" with Sarah Michelle Gellar. That same year, Nelson appeared on another Kelley show, "Ally McBeal," with the quirky Calista Flockhart, and then in 2004 she did a guest spot on the sitcom "Frasier." Starting in 2006, Nelson joined the cast of the comic detective series "Psych" in the role of a police chief.