In “There Goes the Neighborhood”, the 118 rush to save a man pinned under a Humvee, and a garage band that rocks out too hard. Michael turns amateur detective after noticing strange behavior at a nearby apartment. Buck’s re-entry into the dating pool ends in disaster.
“It was a surreal experience working alongside A-lister Angela Bassett. Having masks and being separated so much, due to Covid protocol, while being on set makes it hard to get to know everyone but I did get a chance to have a short chat with her on our dinner break. There may have been fewer jobs happening over the past year, but I have booked nine jobs during quarantine. I think it’s helped me focus and has given me tunnel vision because I have more time to join workshops and take classes on Zoom. And, with self-tape auditions you can send the take that you really feel good about. I’ve been acting professionally for 30 years and I still get a thrill every time I audition.”, says Lisa.
Wyandotte, Michigan native Lisa Cole has been working as an actor in Los Angeles for the past twenty years. Catch her in repeats on Lifetime in The Wrong Crush, Her Boyfriend’s Secret, and Killer in Suburbia. Her latest bookings include a print ad for Bank of America, a Cheese-Its commercial, a comedic short film, Bandwith, now in festivals, and Fox’s 9-1-1 with Angela Bassett, airing March 1, 2021. All booked and shot during this time of Covid. Lisa will also be filming a small part in the upcoming miniseries, Angelyne with Emmy Rossum.
Lisa is repped by Liz Fuller with CSP / Citizen Skull Management and Julie Gudz at DDO.
When Lisa isn’t working, she spends time with her husband, cat, and rescue dogs. She is also a volunteer, helping animals and the homeless.