Robyn Lively:Mormon Actress

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Robyn Lively Mormon actress

Robyn Elaine Lively is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Louise in Teen Witch.

She was born on February 7, 1972, in Powder Springs, Georgia, to Elaine Lively, a talent manager, and her first husband, Ronnie Lively. Lively debuted on screen at age six in the television movie Summer of My German Soldier.

She appeared in several television shows including Punky Brewster and Silver Spoons, and films such as Wildcats, The Karate Kid, 'Part III, and Not Quite Human. She continued to act beyond childhood and has appeared in a long list of television shows including Twin Peaks; Doogie Howser, M.D.; Quantum Leap; Chicago Hope; The X-Files; Savannah; George & Leo; JAG; Nip/Tuck; Cold Case; The Mentalist; Saving Grace; Criminal Minds; 30 Rock; and Psych. She has a long list of TV movies to her credit as well. She was nominated for an Emmy Award for her role in a 1991 ABC Afterschool Special, Less Than Perfect Daughter.

Lively was born into an acting family. Her mother, stepfather, and all four siblings have been in the entertainment industry, including sister Blake Lively.

Lively married Bart Johnson in September 1999, and they are the parents of three children. They live in Los Angeles, but also own the award-winning Johnson Mill Inn and Gardens in Midway, Utah, where Bart lived with his family since 1985. Lively joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as an adult.