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Lockhart was born Anne Kathleen Maloney in New York City, the daughter of actress June Lockhart and Dr. John F. Maloney. She is also the granddaughter of actors Gene and Kathleen Lockhart. Anne's legal name was Anne Kathleen Maloney until her marriage, at which time she took the surname of her husband, Adam Carlyle Taylor. Professionally, she has chosen to use her mother's maiden name and has been known as Anne Lockhart throughout her long career.
Raised in California, she entered her mother's profession and began acting. She starred in the movie A Dog's Tale and has also had a number of notable guest appearances in network television shows such as Airwolf, B. J. and the Bear, Knight Rider, and Quantum Leap. She is best known in her role as Lieutenant Sheba on the series Battlestar Galactica.
Anne also starred in the critically acclaimed film Lisa, Bright and Dark in 1973. Anne was John Carpenter's first choice to play the role of main character Laurie Strode in Halloween (1978). Other lesser known movies include a small voice-over role in the 1978 "death-sploitation" flick Beyond and Back. Anne also played the young version of Eunice St. Clair in the 1986 horror film Troll. The older version of Eunice St. Clair in the same movie was played be Anne's mother, June. She also played Lela Markeson, who was molecularly altered to appear as Buck Rogers' long-dead girlfriend, in the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century episode "I Dream of Jennifer".
In recent years, Lockhart has become a voice-over artist, a frequent guest star on episodic television as well as working in television commercials. She married Adam C. Taylor in 1986, the son of actor Buck Taylor and grandson of actor Dub Taylor. She had two children, Carly & Zane. Her husband died in 1994.
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