Conni Marie Brazelton (born June 28, 1955) is an American film and television actress. She's perhaps best known for her recurring role as Nurse Conni Oligario on the hit NBC Medical drama ER.


Brazelton was born and grew up in Waukegan, Illinois, attended Waukegan High School and studied drama at Southern Illinois University. After graduation she moved to New York and then Los Angeles where she lived for nine months in C.C.H. Pounder's house while she worked on the television show ER.

Brazelton designs jewelry for Banji Face Jewelry, a firm she owns with CCH Pounder. Brazelton quoted, "I was inspired to the name by a script of Michael's (her husband) called Banji Girls" she explains. "Later, I discovered the real meaning of banji: To Go with God."

Brazelton married Michael George in 1991, they have one daughter.

Brazelton is present with two occupations having an acting career and a jewellery career. Brazelton is of African American and Ugandan Jewish ancestry.[1][2]



Year Title Role Other notes
1986 Hill Street Blues Corinne Episode: "Fathers and Guns"
Cagney & Lacey Professor Boucher Episode: "The Rapist: Part 2"
Misfits of Science Director Episode: "Grand Elusion"
1994–2003 ER Nurse Connie Oligario
2005 Crossing Jordan Dr. Ford Episode: "Skin and Bone"
2006 Vanished Raylene
2009 Private Practice Judge Hansen Episode: "Strange Bedfellows"
2011 Prime Suspect Lucy's Mother Episode: "Wednesday's Child"
2012 Criminal Minds Sarah Mapes Episode: "The Fallen"


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