Connie Woods

Connie Woods

Height: 173 cm
Connie LoLan Woods is an American actress. She was cast as "The New Girl at One-Eyed Jack's" by director David Lynch in the television series Twin Peaks (1990). She has several television and film rolls to her credit. She played the roll of Janis, one of Elvis Presley's many lovers in the mini-series Elvis and Me (1988), played ... Show more »
Connie LoLan Woods is an American actress. She was cast as "The New Girl at One-Eyed Jack's" by director David Lynch in the television series Twin Peaks (1990). She has several television and film rolls to her credit. She played the roll of Janis, one of Elvis Presley's many lovers in the mini-series Elvis and Me (1988), played Lisa Ballard in the film Evil Altar (1988), had a guest starring in the film The Forbidden Dance (1990), and guest starred again in the hit HBO series, Dream On (1990). She also grabbed attention in Europe in the film Paps, Versprechen hält man! (2001), a German production in which she played a dreamy California girl. In 2010 she was cast in another guest-starring role as "The Mom" in the film Hero. She is part of the cast in the upcoming feature film, Spreading Darkness (2017) and is slated for One More 2.0 is 2017.Connie began modeling at the age of 5 in a runway show for Beeline Fashions. She was a top selling pin-up poster girl during the 90's. Posters of Miss Woods could be found in major chain stores throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. In 1989 Connie Woods became the first woman to have her own trading card set when she conceptualized then created and founded Bench Warmer Trading Cards. This six card set, produced solely by Miss Woods, was limited to a run of 10,000 sets. She holds the distinct honor of being "The Original Bench Warmer" and her silhouette is the logo for Bench Warmer Trading Cards. In 1992 she released a second set of Bench Warmer trading cards featuring nearly 100 different up-and-coming models, actresses and starlets, many of which have gone on to enjoy a significant amount of fame. This time 20,000,000 cards were printed and distributed. Following the release of this larger set she produced Women Of The World Trading Cards. She has modeled for Norma Kamoli Swimwear and Fashion Gal, a chain of women's clothing stores. Connie Wood's has been featured in various publications including New York Magazine, Sport Magazine, and Fit Magazine.Earlier in her career, Connie was featured in music videos for Phil Collins, Tom Petty, Ted Nuggent, and Herb Alpert.Connie's daughter Blue LoLan, is a model and film maker who completed her first film project, at the age of 14.Throughout Miss Wood's career she has enjoyed working in front of and behind the camera. In addition to her varied talents (including art and design), Connie is also a software developer and entrepreneur. Show less «