Kathleen Wilhoite
Kathleen Wilhoite

Katheen Wilhoite appears as new tenant Robin in the episode "State of Mind" in Season 11 of The Jeffersons.

Personal Information
Birthplace: Santa Barbara, California, U.S.
Actress, Singer/Musician, Voice artist
Years active: 1982-present
Spouse(s): David Harte (1997 - present)
Character information
Appeared on: The Jeffersons in guest appearance
Character played: Robin in the episode "State of Mind" in Season 11
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Kathleen Wilhoite (born June 29, 1964) appeared as new tenant Robin in the episode of The Jeffersons titled "State of Mind" in Season 11. In addition to her career as an actress, Kathleen is also a talented rock singer-songwriter. She is known for her roles in the films Witchboard (1986), Murphy's Law (1986), Lorenzo's Oil(1992), and The Edge (1997). She is also known for her recurring roles on ER and Gilmore Girls, and for voicing the title character in the animated series Pepper Ann.


Kathleen is an accomplished musician with two widely released albums, Pitch Like a Girl (1997, Daves' Record Company) and Shiva (2000, Ruby Ray Records). Her songs have appeared in such films as Murphy's Law (1986), which she also starred in, Valerie Flake (1999), and East of A (2000), Touched by an Angel (2000), as well as on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. ("Wish We Never Met" from Pitch Like a Girl appeared in the season three episode "Consequences". Wilhoite has starred in films such as: Private School (1983), Angel Heart (1987) Road House (1989), The Edge (1997), Drowning Mona (2000) and Pay It Forward (2000).

TV seriesEdit

Kathleen also has guest starred in dozens of TV series, which include Cop Rock, Twin PeaksMad About YouAlly McBealQuantum Leap, The short-lived 2002 series BoomtownWill & GraceCharmed24Grey's AnatomyCriminal MindsThe 4400,The CleanerBoston LegalGhost Whisperer, and The Mentalist, as well as notable recurring roles on NBC's L.A. Law, and ER as Chloe Lewis and FOX-TV's Gilmore Girlsplaying Luke Danes' sister Liz.</p>

n May 2006, Wilhoite wrote and performed a one-woman show, Stop Yellin', directed by Kathy Najimy. The show consisted of autobiographical monologues and performances of songs from her albums. The show consisted of autobiographical monologues and performances of songs from her albums.

Personal lifeEdit

Kathleen married writer/producer/actor David Harte in 1997. She and her husband have two children. Katheen has a condition iridum heterochromia, meaning her right eye is blue-green and her left is brown.


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