Darlene Vogel

Darlene Vogel

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Darlene Vogel (b. October 25, 1962 in Modesto, California), is an American actress who was a model and did commercials before getting into acting.


Vogel's first feature film was the 1989 science fiction film, Back to the Future Part II and as the IFT intern in the pre-show segment for 1991 film ride, The Ride for the Universal movie parks.

Acting roles

Vogel has appeared in numerous TV roles, with probably best known role being a part on the USA Network TV series, Pacific Blue as Officer Chris Kelly from 1996 to 1999. She is also known for her role on the soap opera One Life to Live as Dr. Melanie Farrell McIver from January 2000 to October 2001. Vogel's other films include are Ski School, Angel 4: Undercover, and Ring of Steel. She has made guest appearances on TV shows, including Full House, Northern Exposure, Boy Meets World and Crime Scene Investigation.


Presently, Vogel appears regularly on the TV infomercial circuit as a pitchperson for such prouducts as the "Youtholoy" wrinkle remover, and the "DogPedic" dog sleep system with Montel Williams.

Personal life

On May 9, 2003 Vogel, with fiance Mark Howard, gave birth to a son, Owen Timothy Howard. They also had a baby daughter, Audrey Caroline Vogel Howard, born March 22, 2008. An avid animal activist, Vogel and fiancee Howard provide a home for three dogs.


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