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Janet Gunn
Born Janet Lynn Fulkerson
November 2, 1961
Fort Worth, Texas
Occupation Actress
Years active 1978 –
Spouse(s) Carl Gunn (divorced); Derek Norton

Janet Gunn is an American actress who was born on November 2, 1961, in Fort Worth, Texas. At birth, her name was Janet Lynn Fulkerson.


Janet Gunn graduated in 1980 from W.E. Boswell High School in Saginaw, Texas where she was active in school dramas and plays. She was also a varsity cheerleader and was elected Homecoming Queen her senior year. Later she worked at a variety of jobs, including a car saleswoman, a personal assistant, a flight attendant with Southwest Airlines and as one of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders (for two seasons) in the early 1980s. Her opening into acting began as Susan Howard's stunt double on the television series "Dallas" in 1988. Her first major starring role was that of Kelly Cochran in the CBS series "Dark Justice" in 1991. She is best known as Detective Cassandra St. John on the USA Network's "Silk Stalkings" from 1996- 1999.

She originally married Carl Gunn on September 7, 1985. They later divorced. She is currently married to the founder and entrepreneur of the L.A. based Watertower Group, Derek Norton. The couple reside in North Beverly Hills.

She is 5'-3" tall.

Partial filmogrophy

  • Lost Voyage (2001) (TV movie for the SciFi channel) .... Dana Elway
  • "The Fugitive" .... Becca Ross (2001)
  • The Nurse (1997) .... Karen Martin
  • "The Quest" .... Carrie (1996)
  • Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (1996) .... Dr. Hodges
  • Night of the Running Man (1994) .... Chris Altman
  • "Silk Stalkings" .... Det. Sgt. Cassandra "Cassy" St. John / ... (38 episodes, 1996-1999)
  • "Dark Justice" (1991) TV Series .... Kelly Cochrane (unknown episodes, 1992-1993)

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