Judging from her filmography, actress Lar Park-Lincoln certainly seems to have a soft spot for both horror films and television dramas. Lincoln (whose birth name is Laurie Jill Park) got her start acting in TV movies and series in the mid to late 1980s, including the thrillers "Children of the Night" and "Outlaws". Lincoln also began landing roles in low-budget horror sequels, including 1987's "House II: The Second Story" and 1988's "Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood", as well as an episode of the "Nightmare On Elm Street" television spinoff "Freddy's Nightmares". Proving that she would not be typecast in only one genre, Lincoln then embarked on a four year stint on the hit nighttime soap "Knots Landing", portraying the character Linda Fairgate. After her role on "Knots Landing" wrapped up, Lincoln sporadically appeared in other TV series, including the cozy mystery "Murder, She Wrote", and the teen drama "Beverly Hills, 90210".