Lynette Mettey appeared in various roles as different nurses on the M*A*S*H TV series from seasons 1-5.
|Born:||April 4, 1943|
|Birthplace||Tarrytown, New York, U.S.|
|Appeared on/in:||M*A*S*H TV series|
|Episodes appeared in:||6 from Seasons 1-4|
|Character(s) played:||Various Nurses|
Lynette Mettey (born April 4, 1943) is a prolific TV and voice actress with a long list of credits starting from a nurse character in Medical Center in 1970. She made appearances on shows as diverse as Hogan's Heroes, Marcus Welby, Kojak, The Rockford Files, The F.B.I., Banacek, Cannon, Trapper John M.D. She made 7 appearances as Quincy's girlfriend, Lee Potter, on the television show Quincy, M.E.. She had a recurring role in the short-live NBC comedy Fitz and Bones and also several appearances in the detective series Simon and Simon. She also acted in TV movies such as Sunday Drive. Lynette's other roles include parts in Heat of Anger (1972), and Hawaii Five-O
She also appeared in dozens of television commercials in the 1970s and 1980s, and she has lent her highly recognizable voice to hundreds of radio commercials.
Lynette appeared in various nurse roles in six episodes of the CBS-TV series M*A*S*H, first appearing as Lieutenant Nancy Griffin in "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet", and then last appearing as Nurse Able in "Some 38th Parallels" in Season 4 of the series.
Appearances on M*A*S*HEdit
|Season||Episode||Role (as credited)||Notes|
|1||Sometimes You Hear the Bullet||Lt. Nancy Griffin||as Lynnette Mettey|
|1||Sticky Wicket||Lt. Nancy Griffin||as Lynnette Mettey|
|1||Ceasefire||Lt. Nancy Griffin||as Lynnette Mettey|
|2||Carry On, Hawkeye||Nurse Sheila Anderson||as Lynnette Mettey|
|3||The General Flipped at Dawn||Nurse Baker||as Lynnette Mettey|
|4||Some 38th Parallels||Nurse Able|
- ↑ Chance, Norman (2011) Who Was Who on TV vol III, Xlibris Corporation, ISBN 978-1-4568-2454-9, p. 85
- ↑ Holston, Kim (2009) Susan Hayward: Her Films and Life, McFarland & Co Ltd, ISBN 978-0-7864-4334-5, p. 185
- ↑ Rhodes, Karen (2007) Booking "Hawaii Five-O": An Episode Guide and Critical History of the 1968-1980 Television Detective Series, McFarland & Co Inc, ISBN 978-0-7864-3108-3, p. 139