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Lisa Hartman (b. June 1, 1956 in Houston, Texas, USA) is an actress.
She made her television debut in 1977, in the TV flop ''Tabitha'', the belated spin-off of the 1960's sitcom ''Bewitched''. Lisa played the now grown-up Tabitha Stevens, who tried making it on her own without having to use her inherited powers of witchcraft. In the middle of her series run on ''Tabitha'', she had a primetime show called The Lisa Hartman Show. The series ended in 1978 after only a year. Her primetime show ended a year after ''Tabitha''.
Five years later, she starred in the primetime soap ''Knots Landing'' as both ill-fated rocker Ciji Dunne (1982-1983) and look-alike gospel singer Cathy Geary Rush (1983-1986). That same year, she married country star Clint Black. Now credited as Lisa Hartman Black, she has made a number of TV movies and recorded several CDs. In the music industry, she is most famous for singing a duet with her husband entitled When I Said I Do.