Robyn Lively is an American actress. She started her Hollywood career in the 1970s with her debut in the TV film Summer of My German Soldier. The following decade, she made notable guest appearances in such television shows as Punky Brewster and The New Leave It to Beaver. Her first role on the big screen was in 1986’s The Best of Times. She later starred in the films Teen Witch and The Karate Kid Part III. In the ’90s, she became known for her roles as Lana Budding Milford in Twin Peaks, Nurse Michele Farber in Doogie Howser, M.D., and Nurse Maggie Atkisson in Chicago Hope. She later starred as Lane McKenzie Collins in the show Savannah. She also joined the main cast of the series George & Leo. In the 2000s, she mostly made guest appearances on the small screen. In the 2010s, she had roles in the films Ouija and Small Town Crime.