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Josie Bissett is recognized internationally for her role as the popular 'Jane Mancini' on FOX-TV's "Melrose Place," which ended its successful seven-year run in May 1999.
To date, she has graced over 50 magazine covers, including such publications as TV Guide, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Shape's Fit Pregnancy and New Woman.
In 2009–10, Bissett made guest appearances in two episodes of The CW's updated version of Melrose Place, reprising her role as Jane Andrews-Mancini.
She has made appearances in such projects as the telefilms The Fire Above and Dare to Love on ABC, Deadly Vows on FOX, Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear on USA, and I Do, They Don't on ABC Family.
“You’ll see when you see the last scene,” she said.
A native of Seattle, Washington, Bissett began her career in front of the camera at the age of 12 as a model in print advertisements and television commercials.
All the women said they hoped to see Bissett — who has appeared in four episodes — on the show more regularly.
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When asked if they had seen the previous Wedding March films, Colangelo confirmed all the women were super fans.
Bissett remained with the series for five-and-a-half seasons until halfway through the 1996–97 season when she suffered a real-life miscarriage.
She then took some time off from the series, but returned to the show in 1998 for its final season.
“Seeing their real personalities and that they care so much about the work they do and about the fans.
It was amazing.” Truex wasn’t the only Hallmarkie to make a long trek to see and hear from the cable network’s stars.
A map in the fan lounge — which also featured a candy bar, tables full of wedding favors and an area for viewing previews and behind the scenes footage of upcoming June Weddings flicks — was full of push pins marking locations super fans had traveled from.