Paula Marshall is an American actress who has an unfortunate reputation for starring in numerous television series which have been prematurely cancelled in their first season, and several shows on which she was a guest star cancelled soon after her appearance.
Such series include Wild Oats, Chicago Sons, Cupid, Snoops, Cursed, Hidden Hills and Out of Practice.
Marshall has also been cast in several pilots that never got picked up, including the Elizabeth Lackey series Cooking Lessons and Rob Thomas's Sticks.
She has had more successful recurring roles on The Wonder Years, Spin City, Just Shoot Me! and Veronica Mars.
Other television shows she has acted in include True Blue (her screen acting debut in 1990), Life Goes On, Seinfeld, Diagnosis Murder, Nash Bridges, Sports Night, and Miss Match.
Marshall has also made appearances in the made-for-TV movies The Flash (1990), Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7 (1993), Full Eclipse (1993), A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Wicked Wives (1993), W.E.I.R.D. World (1995), Second to None (2001), Alligator Point (2003), and Cooking Lessons (2004).
In addition, she has acted in the feature films Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992), Warlock: The Armageddon (1993), The New Age (1994), A Family Thing (1996), That Old Feeling (1997), A Gun, a Car, a Blonde (1997), Thursday (1998), Cheaper by the Dozen (2003), Break a Leg (2005) and I Know Who Killed Me (2007).
Marshall was married to acting coach Tom Ardavany from 14 October 1989-1998. The marriage ended in divorce.
She has been married to actor and Snoops co-star Danny Nucci since 12 October 2003. The couple have one child, born in March 2005.