|Born:||May 26, 1956|
|Birthplace:||Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S.|
(or involved with):
|Dallas (first series)|
|Appeared as:||Heather Wilson / Liz Adams|
| Episodes appeared in|
|2 in Season 5 and 16 in Seasons 13|
Barbara Stock (born May 26, 1956) played the role of U.S. goverment agent Liz Adams in a total of 16 episodes of the original Dallas TV series which aired on CBS, first appearing in the episode "The Southfork Wedding Jinx". She had previsouly appeared in two episodes as Heather Wilson "The Split" (Season 5, episode 8) and "Head of the Family" (Season 5, episode 15).
Barbara made her debut TV acting appearance in the ABC-TV prime-time drama/crime series Spenser: For Hire for two non-consecutive seasons (1985-1986; 1987-1988) as "Susan Silverman", the love interest of "Spenser" (Robert Urich). She also starred in the season of Dallas from 1990-1991 as Liz Adams, the girlfriend of Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval).
In 1997, she had a recurring role on the now-defunct ABC daytime soap opera Port Charles as "Nicole Devlin". She appeared in an episode of Seinfeld where she seduced George Costanza off a subway, brought him to a hotel, handcuffed him to a bed and stole all of his eight dollars as well as his clothes.
In 1981, Barbara portrayed C.H.P. Officer Paula Wood attempting to become one of the first female motorcycle officers on television in the hit NBC-TV series CHiPs. Her final screen appearance was in the 2001 television film The Princess & the Marine starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Stock later began working as interior designer in Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley.