Missy Gold is an American psychologist and former child actress. She was known to play the governor's daughter, Katie Gatling, in the Benson sitcom. Gold was born to Joe and Bonnie Fisher on July 14, 1970 in Great Falls, Montana, a year after her sister, Tracey. In 1973, after her mother remarried to Harry Goldstein, Missy and Tracey were legally adopted by their stepfather and known as Tracey and Melissa Goldstein. His acting siblings include sisters Tracey, sisters Brandy, and Jessie, who have had multiple guest positions. Gold has appeared on Eight Is Enough, Fantasy Island, The Hardy Boys / Nancy Drew Mysteries and Trapper John, MD and gained some popularity playing Katie Gatling on Benson, where she won an award for actress. Best Young Child in a Comedy Series in 1984 before leaving the company. Gold received a B.A. from Georgetown University and then a Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology She is currently a registered psychologist.
|Born||Melissa Fisher, July 14, 1970, Great Falls, Montana, U.S.|
|Alma mater||Georgetown University, California School of Professional Psychology|
|Relatives||Tracey Gold (sister)|
|IMDb||Missy Gold's IMDb|
The actress plays Katie, the governor's daughter, in the Benson sitcom.
She attended Georgetown University and California School of Professional Psychology.
She has also played roles in Eight is Enough, Fantasy Island and Trapper John, M.D.
She is the daughter of Joe and Bonnie Fisher.
She is the sister of actress Tracey Gold.
- California School of Professional Psychology Alumni
- The actresses are from Montana
- American adopters
Latest information about Missy Gold updated on May 10 2021.