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Veronica Chase (Kirstie Alley) is the best romance expert around. Unfortunately, her expertise only works on others. After dumping her womanizing husband, she must build back her life and image through her company, and with the help of its employees.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 25, 1997

Also Known As: Los secretos de Verónica, Салон Вероники |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Germany (Not Rated) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

new york city
career woman

Company Credits

Production Co: Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, Warner Bros. Television


Andrea Doven
as Madeline
John Mariano
as Chris
Jennifer Lyons
as Female Co-worker
Marc Goldsmith
as Roger
Victor Alfieri
as Italian V O
Connie Ray
as Jan Schaefer
Stuart Pankin
as Phil
Wendy Worthington
as Nurse #1
Darlene Kardon
as Older Female Office Worker
Jill Matson-Sachoff
as Nurse #2
Portia de Rossi
as Carolyn
Mark Derwin
as David
Kerry Scholl
as Model #1
Rebekah Chaney
as Supermodel
Danny Woodburn
as Eddie
David Starzyk
as Pete
Matthew Mullany
as Co-Worker
Ted Danson
as Nick Vanover
John Doe
as Jimmy Walsh
Chuck Scarborough
as Self
Tia Carrere
as Kim
Dona Hardy
as Gram
Ron Silver
as Alec Bilson
Erica Shaffer
as Waitress/Assistant
Trie Donovan
as Young Woman
Kevin Farrell
as The Clerk
Marci Brickhouse
as Tammy
Connie Sawyer
as Margaret
Reem Ashry
as Mandy
Donna Wong
as Woman #1
Eileen Brennan
as Grammy Anderson
Paul Satterfield
as Dan
Alexia Robinson
as Lana
JoNell Kennedy
as Tanya
Lisa Canning
as Self
Kody Cullum
as Jason
Karen Maruyama
as Event Official
Don Bovingloh
as Veterinarian
Bob Goen
as Self
Phil Leeds
as Vince
Lainie Kazan
as Dottie
Helen Greenberg
as Rebeca
Tyne Daly
as Emily Blair
Tom La Grua
as The Official
Jackie Bright
as Elderly Man #2/Johnny Kane/Mr. Miller
Pauley Perrette
as Nicole
Jolene Blalock
as Woman #3
Keyshawn Johnson
as Self
Michele Kelly
as Woman #1
Al Ruscio
as Phil
Patrick Kerr
as Todd
Joanne Baron
as Brenda the waitress/Brenda
William Mesnik
as Ronnie's Lawyer
Brian Palermo
as Usher
Ingo Rademacher
as Reg
John Timothy Botka
as Todd
Richard Zavaglia
as Workman
Michael Haddad
as Cab Driver
Leeza Gibbons
as Self
Robert Gant
as Bernie
Allan Wasserman
as Bob, Bryce's Lawyer
Tom Whitenight
as Boyfriend
Luigi Amodeo
as Santo Amelio
Cynthia Newman
as Lisa
Mark Harelik
as Paul Byrne
Eleanor Mondale
as Self
Cynthia Mann
as Virginia/Receptionist
Ed Cambridge
as Elderly Man #3
Scott Ryan
Cody Tucker
as Linda Lee
Cynthena Sanders
as Female Office Worker #2/Secretary
Eric Roth
as Olive Loaf
Russ Fega
as Mike
Alan F. Smith
as Brian
Angelle Brooks
as Journalist
Marguerite MacIntyre
as Lily
Patrick Cranshaw
as Mr. Leeds
Christopher McDonald
as Bryce Anderson
Crystal Santos
as Tim's Photo Assistant
Richard McGonagle
as Stanley, Ronnie's Lawyer
Alfred Dennis
as Doorman
Cindy Lu
as Waitress
Alexandra Margulies
as Delivery Girl
Matt Kaminsky
as Mark
Tara Lipinski
as Self
Lupe Ontiveros
as Louisa
Mary Manofsky
as Lab Technician
Tait Ruppert
as Lester
Lisa K. Wyatt
as Olivia Cassidy
Joshua Preven
as Cal
Jeffrey Nordling
as Tom
Daryl Mitchell
as Leo Michaels
Jay Leno
as Jay Leno
Michael Welch
as Aaron
Tamala Jones
as Tina
Carole Goldman
as Saleswoman
Anna Nicole Smith
as Donna
Renee Tenison
as Dakota
NiCole Robinson
as Female Office Worker #1
Mo Gaffney
as Karen
Michael Jeter
as Edwin Murloff
Brian Posehn
as The Maintenance Guy
Margie Rhyan
as Woman #2
David Gaines
as Mark
Darcas Macopson
as Alan
Jon Polito
as Mr. Lehman
Todd Kimsey
as Steve
Brad Koepenick
as The Fireman
Kathy Najimy
as Olive Massery
Conan O'Brien
as Self
Donald Gibb
as Spaz
Jeff Blumenkrantz
as Terrence
Gina McClain
as Emma
Julia Pennington
as Kelly
Karen Dior
as Dennis/Moronica Chaste
Bob Stephenson
as Fred
Matt Reid
as Michael
Sandy Brown
as Peri
Jonathan Osser
as Noah
Yasmine Bleeth
as Katrina
Greg Wrangler
as Guy from Self-Exploration Group
Hamilton Mitchell
as The Man
Greg Proops
as Richard Small
Maria Canals-Barrera
as Dani
Amy Van Horne
as Michelle
Lindsay Taylor
as Little Girl
Pilar Sanders
as Laurel
Shannon Maureen Brown
as Dijon
Nestor Carbonell
as Tony Tony
Kari Coleman
as Ms. Jenkins
James Wilder
as Hunter
Isaac Hayes
as Self
Markus Flanagan
as Alex
Sarah Krasner
as Office Worker
John C. Moskoff
as Elderly Man #1
Uwe Schwarzwalder
as Bartender
Michaela Hughes
as Bridesmaid
Nancye Ferguson
as Deborah
Richard Burgi
as Mark
Anya Longwell
as Tree
John Schneider
as Tom
Jocelyn Kelly
as Tammy
Steven Harad
as Norm Mr. Daniels
Tom Hamilton
as Stagehand
Christopher Carroll
as Lawyer
Eric Fleeks
as Police Officer
Denice Kumagai
as Woman with Clipboard
Greg Evigan
as Justin
David Banuelos
as Paparazzo
J.B. Gaynor
as Little Boy
David Lascher
as Jeremy Byrne
Dan Cortese
as Perry Rollins/Laird Perry Rollins
Michael Halpin
as The Male Employee
Cynthia Frost
as Mrs. Gordon
Keith MacKechnie
as The Photoprapher
Paul Gleason
as Hank
Robert Prosky
as Pat Chase
Harry Van Gorkum
as Alan
Susan Mosher
as The Woman With Clipboard
Fred Stoller
as Fred
Shira Scott Astrof
as Employee
Joe Ochman
as Minister
Deirdre O'Neil
as Girl
Scott Baio
as Kevin
Vanessa Angel
as Suzanne
Beverly Jackson
as Crazed Phone Mail Voice
Jim Bentley
as Jay/The Waiter/Waiter
Van Epperson
as Man #2
Jamey Sheridan
as Bryce Anderson
Scott Mosenson
as Larry
Ken Marino
as Wayne
Tom Arnold
as Chris
Richie Keen
as Office Worker Guy
Kirstie Alley
as Veronica Chase
Lorri Bagley
as June Bilson Anderson
John Ritter
as Tim Margolin
Holland Taylor
as Millicent
Jennifer Milmore
as The Waitress
Michael McKean
as Dave Whitby
Kenneth Alan Williams
as Dave
Bodhi Elfman
as Neil
Joanna Bacalso
as Kari
Mariann Aalda
as Brian's Mother
Matthew Sullivan
as David
Gary Kuo
as Violinist
Joseph Chapman
as The Speker
Jennifer Campbell
as Tiffany
John Bennett Perry
as Byron Blair
Richard Fancy
as The Judge
Dan Finnerty
as Pizza Guy
Dee Dee Cortese
as Jaime
Marc Grapey
as Phil Rafkin
Pete Rose
as Self
Jim Wise
as Dale/Heckler
Brad Johnson
as Jeff
as Brett
E.J. Callahan
as John Mulligan
Scott Thompson
as Scotty
Lise Simms
as The Yoga Instructor
Clifton Davis
as Brian's Father
Eric McCormack
as Griffin
Jeannette Papineau
as super model -Herself
Wallace Langham
as Josh Blair
Sandra Gould
as Mrs. Riley
Maxwell Caulfield
as Brian
Paul Cassell
as Toby
Paul Hayes
as The Janitor
Jim Pirri
as Enrico
Greg Brown
as Bar patron
Thomas Gdala
as Man in Office
Mark Watson
as The Unfriendly Man
Ever Carradine
as Pepper
as Model
Tanya Garrett
as Stacy Turner
Billy Connolly
as Campbell
Marsha Warfield
as Shirley
Ernie Grunwald
as The Pizza Guy
Mary Lynn Rajskub
as Chloe
Brigid Brannagh
as Nancy
Zooey Deschanel
as Elena
Rick Boggs
as Kevin

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1997 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

1998 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

1999 | 22 Episodes


Awards & NominationsSee more »

ALMA Awards 1998


ALMA Awards

Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series

American Comedy Awards, USA 1998


American Comedy Awards, USA

Funniest Female Performer in a TV Series (Leading Role) Network, Cable or Syndication

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