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Missy Gold (born Melissa Fisher July 14, 1970) is a former American child actress. She is best known as portraying the Governor's daughter, Katie, on the TV sitcom Benson (1979–1986).

Missy was born to Joe and Bonnie Fisher in Great Falls, Montana, one year behind her sister, Tracey. In 1973, after her mother's remarriage to Harry Goldstein, both Missy and Tracey were legally adopted by their stepfather and became known as Tracey and Melissa Goldstein. Missy and Tracey as well as two other siblings born to their mother and new father, Brandy and Jessie, subsequently shortened their family name to Gold for their professional use.

Her acting siblings include older sister Tracey (best known as Carol on Growing Pains), younger sister Brandy Gold (best known as Alexis on St. Elsewhere) and Jessie Gold, who has had a variety of guest spots. The youngest sister Cassie is the only non-acting member of the siblings.

Among her many guest roles, Missy held regular roles on Eight is Enough, Fantasy Island, Nancy Drew, and Trapper John, M.D. Missy earned her fame playing Katie Gatling on Benson, where she won best young actress in a comedy series in 1984 before leaving the business to pursue her education at Georgetown University and then earning her Ph.D. from California School of Professional Psychology.

Now known as Dr. Melissa Gold, she resides in Maine where she is a practicing psychologist.

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