|Occupation(s)||Film, television actress|
|Spouse||John Masius (1986–1999)|
Bry gained acting experience in school plays, community theater productions, and summer stock theatre. At one point, she left acting and worked as a paralegal for New York City's Department of Consumer Affairs. A scripted fight on an episode of Kojak led to Bry's working for a while as a stuntwoman in New York.
Bry also appeared as medical student Jean Hallinan in three episodes of the television series Dallas (Season Four, 1981) and as photographer Julie Masters on the 1978 CBS series The Amazing Spider-Man.
Bry's family moved to Stamford, Connecticut, when she was a child.
|1976||To Fly!||Herself||Documentary short|
|1979||Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders||Joanne Vail||TV movie|
|1978-1979||The Amazing Spider-Man||Julie Masters||8 episodes|
|1980||Quincy, M.E.||Linda Hayes||Episode: "The Final Gift"|
|1982-1987||St. Elsewhere||Nurse Shirley Daniels||52 episodes|
|1983||Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land||Laura||TV movie|
|1984||Battle of the Network Stars XVI||Self - NBC Team||TV special|
|1986||MacGyver||Carole Tanner||Episode: "Countdown"|
|1986||Disneyland||Karen McCorder||Episode: "I-Man"|
|1987||Murder, She Wrote||Linda Stevens||Episode: "The Cemetery Vote"|
|1992||Star Trek: The Next Generation||Dr. Farallon||Episode: "The Quality of Life"|
|1995||Bye Bye Love||Debbie|
|1999||Emergency Room 2||Video Game|
|2006||Mission: Impossible III||Lindsey's Mother|
|2009||The Lost & Found Family||Ester|
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- "Ellen Bry —- Spider-Man finds a girlfriend". The Messenger. Kentucky, Madisonville. September 1, 1978. p. 31. Retrieved June 27, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Ellen Bry, Spider man's new 'webmate'". The Kokomo Tribune. Indiana, Kokomo. October 21, 1978. p. 25. Retrieved June 27, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.