Biography: "Jere Fields started out as a child actress and was credited as "Jerelyn Fields." She is rumored to be a relative of the actress Kim Fields, but that is unconfirmed. She guest-starred on episodes of Gunsmoke (1970) and The Brady Bunch (1973), and was a series regular on Curiosity Shop from 1971-1973 as 'Cindy.'
After that, not much was known, but she re-surfaced in the early 1980s as "Jere Fields," and was married to comedian/actor Jimmie Walker. They appeared together in 1982 on the game show Tattletales. Jere guest-starred on some well-known series during this time, including The Facts Of Life (1982), Diff'rent Strokes (1983), The Jeffersons (1985), T.J. Hooker (1985) and Cheers (1986). She also appeared in the pilots T.L.C. (1984) and No Complaints! (1985). Also on the small-screen, Jere provided voices for animated series, such as The Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam (1981-82) as the voice of 'Misty Magic,' and Scooby And Scrappy-Do (1982).
After her stint as a victim in Friday The 13th:A New Beginning (1985), Jere appeared in a very small role in the wrestling comedy film Body Slam (1987)." - Thanks to Dave Grubka
Update: "Jere Fields graduated from Saddleback High School in Santa Ana, CA where she was a cheerleader and a member of the homecoming court. She also was the girl featured in all of Rick Jamesí videos."
Body Slam (1987)
Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)
Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam! (1981-82) (voice)
Scooby and Scrappy-Doo (1982) (voice)
Curiosity Shop (1971-73)
Television Guest Appearances
T.J. Hooker (1985)
The Jeffersons (1985)
Diff'rent Strokes (1983)
The Facts of Life (1982)
The Brady Bunch (1973)
Where Is She Now?: Jere Fields appears to have retired from acting.