Lisa Blount on the set of the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentlemen, in which she played Lynette Pomeroy.
Lynette Pomeroy (played by Lisa Blount) argues with Sid Worley (David Keith) in the 1982 film An Officer and a Gentleman.
Lisa Blount, photographed at Cotham's in Scott for the June 2009 cover of Little Rock Soiree.
Services for Lisa Blount, who was found dead in her Little Rock home Wednesday (Oct. 27), will be at noon Monday (Nov. 1) at Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church, 1601 S. Louisiana St.,Little Rock. Donations to support Lisa's favorite charities can be made to Lisa Blount Memorial Fund, Metropolitan National Bank, Little Rock.
According to a story in USA Today Thursday (Oct. 28), Lisa's mother, Louise Blount of Cabot, who found her daughter in the bedroom of her Hillcrest house around 2 p.m. Wednesday (Oct. 27), told RadarOnline that Lisa had battled a rare and painful blood disorder called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP), for 17 years. ITP keeps blood from clotting and leads to bleeding and bruising.
Lisa and her husband moved to Little Rock in 2005. She had recently been inducted into the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame and was working on a pilot with Mary Steenburgen called Outlaw Country that was shooting in Nashville.
To read an interview with Lisa Blount that appeared in Little Rock Soiree in June 2009 click here.