Lisa Robertson Actor
Lisa Robertson (born November 7, 1965 in Collegedale, Tennessee) is a QVC home shopping host. In 1988 Lisa graduated and received her bachelor of science degree in Long-Term Health Care Administration from Southern College, Collegedale, TN. Lisa is a former Miss Tennessee having won the crown in 1989 and competed in the Miss America Pageant. During her reign, Lisa sang at a New Jersey Nets Game and with the Pride of the Southland Marching Band at the University of Tennessee's 98,000–seat stadium. Lisa is a trained classical violinist. That same year, Lisa also received an Outstanding Service Award from the Governor for her school and business community lectures on behalf of the Governor's Drug Free Program. In 1992 Lisa had a starring role in the independently produced comedy feature film Island Girl as the Head Cheerleader. She joined QVC as a program host in 1995, to present product information, conduct demonstrations and interact with on-air guests, celebrities and viewers. Lisa currently hosts the show "P.M. Style" on Monday nights as well as other shows during the rest of the week for QVC.
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|November 7th, 1965|
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1. Southern Adventist University Colleges/University
Southern Adventist University is a college in Collegedale, Tennessee, owned and operated by the Southern Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. U.S. News & World Report categorizes it as a Southern Regional College, and the magazine has consistently ranked it as one of the top-tier schools in that category. Southern Adventist University occupies a 1,000 acres (4.0 km) campus in a rural setting in the Tennessee River Valley.
2010. 21.1 mil. $
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2011. 18.3 K $
2010. 17.7 K $
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1. Island Girl (1993)
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Island Girl is a 1993 film directed by Mark Hannah and Allen Posten.
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