martes, 23 de noviembre de 2010
Melissa Ann Francis (nacido el 12 de diciembre, 1972) es un periodista de televisión y presentadora de noticias de CNBC. Melissa es el co-ancla de CNBC, morning show, la llamada y MSNBC, es la economía. Ella es también una frecuente colaborador de NBC, Today Show y Fin de Semana Today Show. Ella es también un Estadounidense ex niño actriz.Francis graduado de la Universidad de Harvard en 1995 con un Licenciado en economía y sirve como editor ejecutivo de la Universidad de Harvard Economist Magazine. Ella fue el capitán de la Harvard Polo Team.Melissa started her acting career on television before her first birthday, first appearing in a Johnson & Johnson shampoo commercial at 6 months old. She is best known for her role as Cassandra Cooper Ingalls on Little House on the Prairie. She appeared as one of Michael Landon’s children for two seasons during the early 1980's. Other television appearances include two series regular roles:Morningstar/Eveningstar and Joe’s World, and three films including the film Man, Woman and Child where she played Paula Beckwith; she appeared in the television series St. Elsewhere in 1986; she also played a role in Family Affair as Cynthia; and also in the 1988 film Bad Dreams, where she played as young Cynthia. Melissa appeared in nearly 100 commercials during her acting career. She is supposedly inspiration for the fictional character Avery Jessup (played by Elizabeth Banks), a character which she conceived, in the show 30 Rock.