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Josie Bissett is recognized internationally for her role as the popular 'Jane Mancini' on FOX-TV's "Melrose Place," which ended its successful seven-year run in May of 1999. She has recently wrapped production on a starring role in the Lifetime Television original film "The Other Woman" and has written her first children's book, "Tickle Monster," due for release in September 2008.
The Seattle native began her career at the age of 12 as a model in print advertisements and television commercials. Her recent credits include the ABC movies "The Fire Above" and "Dare to Love," the FOX telefilm "Deadly Vows" and the USA cable film "Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear." She most recently starred in the ABC Family Channel original telefilm "I Do, They Don't." She has also made numerous guest-starring appearances, most recently on NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." On the big screen, she made her feature film debut in Oliver Stone's "The Doors" and her subsequent films include the coming-of-age comedy "Book of Love" and the psychological thriller "Mikey."
Josie resides in Seattle with her children, eight-year-old son Mason and five-year-old daughter Maya.