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Birth name
  
Lisa Anne Loeb

Instruments
  
Vocals, guitar


Years active
  
1989–present

Name
  
Lisa Loeb

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Born
  
March 11, 1968 (age 55) Bethesda, Maryland (
1968-03-11
)

Origin
  
Dallas, Texas, United States

Genres
  
Contemporary Folk / Rock

Occupation(s)
  
Singer-songwriter, guitarist, composer, actress

Role
  
Singer-songwriter · lisaloeb.com

Spouse
  
Roey Hershkovitz (m. 2009)

Children
  
Lyla Rose Loeb Hershkovitz, Emet Kuli Loeb Hershkovitz

Albums
  
The Very Best of Lisa Loeb, Cake and Pie, Tails, Camp Lisa, Hello Lisa

Profiles

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Lisa Anne Loeb (; born March 11, 1968) is an American singer-songwriter, producer, touring artist, actress, author, and philanthropist who started her career with the platinum-selling number 1 hit song, "Stay (I Missed You)" from the film Reality Bites, the first number 1 single for an artist without a recording contract. Her studio albums include two back-to-back albums that were certified Gold; these were Tails and the Grammy-nominated Firecracker.

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Loeb’s film, television and voice-over work includes a guest starring role in the series finale of Gossip Girl, and she starred in two other television series, Dweezil & Lisa, a weekly culinary adventure for the Food Network that featured her alongside Dweezil Zappa, and Number 1 Single on E! Entertainment Television. She has also acted in such films as House on Haunted Hill, Fright Night, Hot Tub Time Machine 2, and Helicopter Mom.

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Loeb has released award-winning children’s CDs and books such as Catch the Moon, Lisa Loeb’s Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs, and Songs for Movin’ and Shakin’, Nursery Rhyme Parade! is her album and long-form video of over 30 children’s favorites. She co-wrote the lyrics and co-composed the music to Camp Kappawanna, a family musical that was premiered in New York on March 21, 2015, by the Atlantic Theater Company. Loeb’s latest album, Feel What U Feel was released in October 2016.

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In 2010, she founded the Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection, which is based on her own designs. In addition, she created The Camp Lisa Foundation, a non-profit that sends kids to camp. It is funded by Loeb’s own organic and fair trade coffee, Wake Up! Brew. She was honored as the 2015 Camp Champion by the American Camp Association (ACA). She constructed a crossword puzzle with Doug Peterson for The New York Times, which was published on June 6, 2017.

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Early life and education

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Lisa Loeb was born in Bethesda, Maryland, on March 11, 1968. She was raised in Dallas, Texas, with her three younger siblings, all of whom became involved with music: conductor Benjamin Loeb, musician Debbie Loeb, and mix engineer Philip Loeb. As of 2012, her parents continued to live in Dallas. Her mother, Gail, was the president of the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance and Foundation and her father, Dr. Peter Loeb, is a gastroenterologist. She was raised in a Jewish family. As a child, she studied piano, but later switched to guitar. She attended The Hockaday School, an all-girls private school. For three years, she had her own radio show on 88.5 KRSM-FM, a 10-watt station licensed to the nearby all-boys St. Marks School of Texas. After graduating from high school in 1986, she went to Brown University, where she graduated in 1990 with a degree in comparative literature.

Early years and first bands (1980s–1993)

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At Brown University in the mid-1980s, Loeb and Elizabeth Mitchell formed a band named Liz and Lisa, with future singer/songwriter and classmate Duncan Sheik as a guitarist. The duo released the albums Liz and Lisa (1989) and Liz and Lisa - Days Were Different (1990) independently. After college, bassist Rick Lassiter and drummer Chad Fisher joined the band. After developing a following together, Loeb and Mitchell parted ways a few years after college.

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Loeb attended Berklee College of Music in Boston for a session of summer school, and in 1990 formed a full band called Nine Stories. The band, which was named after the book by J.D. Salinger, included Tim Bright on guitar, Jonathan Feinberg on drums, and Joe Quigley on bass. Loeb began working with producer Juan Patiño to make the cassette Purple Tape in 1992. It included the earliest recordings of later popular tracks such as “Do You Sleep?,” “Snow Day,” “Train Songs,” and “It’s Over.” Loeb sold the violet-colored cassette to fans at gigs and used it as a sonic calling card to industry gatekeepers. She and her band also made a recording of her song "Stay (I Missed You)" during the same period.

Loeb also developed a following from her solo acoustic performances on the New York City coffeehouse circuit and the rock club circuit. She travelled to cities such as Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Dallas, but she focused mainly on New York City. She played acoustically and with her band in folk and rock clubs, including CBGBs. Loeb also performed at music festivals such as the New Music Seminar and South by Southwest.

"Stay (I Missed You)" (1994)

Loeb's big break came through her friendship with actor Ethan Hawke, who lived in an apartment across the street from her in New York City. She told Cosmopolitan that she met Hawke in the NYC theater community where, as she phrased it, "I made music for his plays." Loeb gave Hawke the Juan Patiño-produced version of "Stay (I Missed You);" he in turn gave it to director Ben Stiller during the making of the 1994 film Reality Bites, with Stacy Sher. Stiller subsequently decided to use the song in the film’s ending credits, and it was included by Ron Fair on the soundtrack on RCA Records. Hawke also directed a rare one-take video on film, a continuous steadicam shot operated by Robin Buerki.

"Stay (I Missed You)" ultimately went on to become a number one hit on the American charts. When her song hit number one, Loeb earned the distinction of being the first artist to top the Hot 100 before being signed to any record label. The single reached Gold status on July 12, 1994, just over three months after its official release date. Loeb and Nine Stories received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Group, and were named Best International Newcomer in the Brit Awards.

Tails and Firecracker (1995–1999)

In September of 1995, Loeb's debut album, Tails, was released on Geffen Records. The album was co-produced by Juan Patiño, her then longtime boyfriend. "Stay" was included on the album, and Loeb also managed a top 20 hit with "Do You Sleep?" and two moderately successful radio hits with "Taffy" and "Waiting for Wednesday." The album was certified Gold by the RIAA on December 1, 1995. Critics were also favorable to the album, with Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly, in particular, noting, "Loeb has an undeniable gift for creating an air of intimacy and vulnerability, which may well be enough for 'Stay' fans looking for additional doses of contemplative melancholy."

In 1997, Loeb released a second major-label album on Geffen, Firecracker, and began experimenting even more with orchestrations done with Dan Coleman. At this point, Loeb started going under her own name for the albums instead of using the band name, although she still continued to tour worldwide with Nine Stories, as well as acoustically as she had done from the start. Firecracker included hit singles such as "I Do," which received radio success, peaking at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and music television. The album was certified Gold on June 10, 2008. She subsequently toured with The Wallflowers and Chris Isaak, and also performed at Lilith Fair.

Guest appearances (2000–2001)

In 2000, Loeb participated in the Ozzy Osbourne tribute album Bat Head Soup, performing "Goodbye to Romance" with Dweezil Zappa on guitar. She also contributed to An All Star Tribute To Cher with “Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves,” and to An All Star Tribute To Shania Twain with “Don’t Be Stupid,” both of which were released in 2005. Other international work includes Loeb’s guest performance on the song “Anti-Hero” for an all-female Japanese musical group Rin''s album Inland Sea.. Loeb contributed vocals to New Found Glory's cover of "Stay," from their 2007 LP From the Screen to Your Stereo Part II, as well as performing the song live with the band.

Though Reality Bites was the first, Loeb’s music has been featured in additional soundtracks. The popular single "How" was included on the soundtracks for films Twister and Jack Frost, and was heard in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Homecoming." “We Could Still Belong Together” earned a spot on the Legally Blonde soundtrack in 2001, while “I Wish” can be heard on the soundtrack for Anywhere But Here (1999).

Cake and Pie (2002)

Cake and Pie, Loeb’s third album and debut for A&M/Interscope, was released in 2002. She co-produced the album and collaborated with Glen Ballard, then boyfriend Dweezil Zappa, Randy Scruggs (Vince Gill, Sawyer Brown, Waylon Jennings), and Peter Collins (Rush, Bon Jovi, Indigo Girls). It peaked at 199 on the Billboard Charts.

In mid-2002, Loeb inked a deal with Artemis Records, a new boutique label run by record company veterans Danny Goldberg and Daniel Glass, after Interscope allowed her to buy the rights to her masters. Artemis had offered to re-release the record with more promotion. With new artwork, some songs added and some removed, Cake and Pie was re-launched as Hello Lisa, a play on Sanrio’s signature Hello Kitty, who appears on the album cover wearing Lisa Loeb's trademark glasses.

She released an EP with just the new songs on it, as well as an alternative version of the song "Underdog" for fans who had already purchased the Cake and Pie CD. She also co-directed a video with Dweezil for "Underdog" co-starring Hello Kitty playing guitar. Loeb toured the world again, making special stops in Sanrio stores for in-store autographs while appearing with Hello Kitty at the Japanese MTV Music Awards.

The Way It Really Is (2004)

In 2003, Loeb voiced the role of Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, which ran for one season on MTV.

In 2004, Loeb signed to the more experienced and established independent label Zoë/Rounder Records, home of Grammy Award winners Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. The Way It Really Is was released August 2004 as Loeb's fifth studio-recorded album, based on the song "The Way It Really Is." Although the album was not as commercially successful as its predecessors, critics who noted on the mature and strong writing by Loeb. Stephen Erlewine called it "the best, most cohesive record she's made, a clean, crisp collection of well-crafted, gentle tunes that slowly, surely work into the subconscious."

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Her greatest hits compilation, The Very Best of Lisa Loeb, was released through Universal in January 2006 as well as a Japanese version of the album. Loeb was a judge for the 1st and 8th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists.

In 2008, she released her Purple Tape album remixed and remastered on a double CD. It included an interview by Andy Denemark, highlighting the creative process behind each song. There were also extensive liner notes and photos documenting her early history in NYC.

No Fairy Tale and touring (2013–2014)

Her seventh studio album No Fairy Tale was released on January 29, 2013, by 429 Records, coproduced by Chad Gilbert and Loeb herself. She released the original single "A Holiday Song" through Furious Rose Productions on December 10, 2013.

Loeb tours with and without her band, recently touring with Daru Oda and Adam Levy. Other band members include: Mark Spencer, Matt Beck, Ronny Crawford, Joe Quigley, Joe Travers, Mark Meadows, Michael Eisenstein, Dave Gibbs, and Leland Sklar. In September 2014, she performed at the Billboard Live venues in Tokyo and Osaka. During the performances she ended with a rendition of her new song “3, 2, 1, Let Go.” On December 9, 2014, she released the original single "Light." The Hanukkah song tells a "story of hope in the darkness," and was co-written by Loeb and Cliff Goldmacher, with Renee Stahl on guest vocals. The song was put in rotation on SiriusXM among other stations.

Camp Kappawanna, singles (2015)

She co-wrote the lyrics and co-composed the music to Camp Kappawanna, a family musical that was premiered in New York on March 21, 2015 by the Atlantic Theater Company. Other collaborators on the score included Michelle Lewis and Dan Petty. The musical follows "the misadventures of Jennifer Jenkins, an awkward and adorable 12-year-old kid," and was inspired by Loeb's own memories of summer camp. The show received a positive write-up in The New York Times, with the review describing it as "fresh and funny" and praising the acoustic music and characterizations of the campers.

Her song “3, 2, 1, Let Go" was released in April 2015 as a single. Co-written and co-composed with Chris Unck, the song was also used in the April 2015 film Helicopter Mom. Loeb also starred in the film as a high school English teacher. On November 20, 2015, Loeb released the single "Champagne (I'm Ready)" as a digital download through Amazon. Loeb described the New Year's track as "something you'd probably hear more in a dance club."

Catch the Moon album (2003–2006)

In 2003, Loeb reunited with her college music partner Elizabeth Mitchell on children’s CD and companion book Catch the Moon through Artemis Records. According to Allmusic, "The songs are rendered in a folk/country acoustic minimalism that is, in a word, enchanting." Videos from this album, as well as the single “Jenny Jenkins,” have been featured on the Noggin TV network for children.

In 2006, Loeb contributed to the album A World of Happiness, designed to disseminate messages of kindness, compassion, tolerance, and self-reliance to children of all ages. She performed as Lady Leonali the Ladybug singing “In the Details.”

Camp Lisa album and non-profit (2008–2010)

In 2008 she released Camp Lisa, also released by Loeb’s own Furious Rose Productions with distribution through Redeye, and produced by Loeb with Michelle Lewis and Dan Petty. The disc includes a mix of 21 original and classic camp songs and guest performers including Kay Hanley, Dave Gibbs, Nina Gordon, Jill Sobule, Lee Sklar, Maia Sharp, and funnyman/banjo player Steve Martin.

As Loeb spent many summers of her childhood at summer camp, Camp Lisa is inspired by her camp memories as well as 1970s-style rock and pop. Camp Lisa garnered National Parenting Publications Awards Honors, 2008 Parents' Choice and NPR's year-end Top 10 list of the best kids music for 2008. In July of 2010, she debuted her children's musical Camp Kappawanna, which is based on the songs from Camp Lisa.

In conjunction with Camp Lisa, she launched her own non-profit, The Camp Lisa Foundation, designed to help underprivileged kids attend summer camp through its partnership with SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education, Inc.). In 2009, The Camp Lisa Foundation provided funding for many camp scholarships, enabling economically disadvantaged children to attend ACA-accredited overnight camps.

Lisa Loeb's Silly Sing-Along album and book (2011)

In September 2011, Loeb released Lisa Loeb's Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs, illustrated by Ryan O'Rourke. The book was published by Sterling Publishing, and also includes activities, choreography, and recipes. The book is published with an included CD, with four original songs and six classics.

Movin’ and Shakin’ book (2013)

In April 2013, Loeb released the children's book Lisa Loeb's Songs for Movin' and Shakin': The Air Band Song and Other Toe-Tapping Tunes, which she co-wrote with Ryan O'Rourke. It includes both covers and some original songs, as well as a CD.

Nursery Rhyme Parade! album and videos (2015)

Loeb's third children's album, Nursery Rhyme Parade!, was made available exclusively through Amazon Music on October 16, 2015. The album includes 35 nursery rhymes and songs, including renditions of "The Muffin Man" and "The Farmer in the Dell." Beyond Loeb and her family as performers, guest artists included singer-songwriter Renee Stahl, while Rich Jacques produced. InStyle opined the album would "delight" both children and adults, describing it as having "stripped-down melodies and a strict adherence to traditional lyrics."

Loeb's Nursery Rhyme Parade! won a 2016 NAPPA Award (National Parenting Product Awards).

On December 16, 2016, Loeb released a long-form video of the over 30 songs from Nursery Rhyme Parade!

Feel What U Feel album (2016)

In November 2016, Loeb released her fourth children's album entitled Feel What You Feel. She wrote and composed the selections on this album based on “what I’d like to pass along to my kids and kids in general.” The title track, "Feel What U Feel," featured Craig Robinson of The Office, and it became the #1 song on SiriusXM's Kids Place Live, on which program it continued to be played as of the last days of August of 2017. The parenting site, CoolMomPicks.com, chose "Feel What U Feel" as a 2016 Pick of the Year.

When Amazon Studios announced their November 25, 2016 holiday special, If You Give a Mouse a Christmas Cookie, they invited Loeb to contribute music. She recorded "Christmas Cookie Song" to accompany the Amazon Original program. In addition, Loeb is the composer for the entire If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Amazon series.

Media appearances

Reality shows

On January 16, 2004, Loeb's reality show Dweezil & Lisa first aired on Food Network, in which she shared title billing with then-boyfriend, Dweezil Zappa. The series showed the two musicians touring the country together and sampling unique and diverse dishes. In the opening for each episode, Loeb announced she was a vegetarian who enjoyed eating an occasional piece of bacon.

In the fall and winter of 2005, following her breakup with Zappa, Loeb taped a reality show called Number 1 Single, which premiered in January of 2006 on the E! Channel in New York City. The show dealt with her quest for love, success, career, and family. A re-recording of Loeb's selection "Single Me Out" was used as the program's theme.

Guest appearances

Loeb has made several guest appearances on television shows such as The Nanny in 1997, and Cupid the following year. In September of 1999, she made an appearance on the comedy show MADtv, singing the theme song for a WB drama sketch called "Pretty White Kids with Problems." In 2007, Loeb appeared on an episode of Jack's Big Music Show singing the song "Jenny Jenkins." In 2008, she made a guest appearance on Gossip Girl, followed by a cameo on an episode of The Sarah Silverman Program in which the cast formed a mock band called “The Loeb Trotters.” On the final episode of Gossip Girl on Monday, 17 Dec 2012, Lisa ended up with the character Rufus Humphrey in the five years after glimpse.

In addition to television shows, Loeb has also appeared in the horror films House on Haunted Hill (1999), Serial Killing 4 Dummys (1999), and Fright Night (2011). She has done voice work including the voice of Mary Jane Watson for the animated show Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, broadcast on MTV. Loeb also voiced the character of Lutina in the video game Grandia Xtreme and characters for The Rugrats Movie and Shorty McShorts' Shorts. As of 2012, Loeb provided the voice of Princess Winger on the Disney Junior animated series Jake and the Never Land Pirates.

In 2008, Loeb was one of the contributors to Carrie Borzillo-Vrenna's book Cherry Bomb; she gave advice on how to be the perfect hostess.

In 2010, Loeb provided guest voices for Disney's Special Agent Oso. In 2012, she provided voice over talent for BonTon industries in their spring TV spots. In December 2012, Loeb made a brief cameo as Matthew Settle's (Rufus Humphrey) love interest in "New York, I Love You XOXO," the final episode of Gossip Girl.

In February of 2013, Loeb also made a cameo in an episode of Workaholics where her song "Stay (I Missed You)" is referenced several times. In January of 2014, Loeb appeared on the cover of Making Music. In April of 2014, Loeb appeared in the first episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver in a short musical sketch about Oregon's health care website failure.

In 2015, Loeb appeared as Julie, lead singer of the fictitious band "Natalie is Freezing," in "Advanced Safety Features," a season 6 episode of the TV series Community. She also appeared as herself in Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Other shows she has recently been involved in include Orange Is the New Black, About a Boy, King of the Nerds, The Muppet Show, and Sunny Side Up Show.

Businesses

According to People: "Though Lisa Loeb rose to fame as a singer, she’s probably just as well known for her eyeglasses." In November of 2010, Loeb launched the Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection. Each type of frame is named after one of her song titles, and while most models are for women, there are models for young girls and men.

Loeb also sells a brand of coffee called her "Wake Up! Brew," a reference to her "Everybody Wake Up" song from her Camp Lisa album. The brand is organic and fair trade, with all profits going to Camp Lisa, and it is only available through the Coffee Fool website.

Personal life

Loeb dated Dweezil Zappa from 1998 to 2004. She married Roey Hershkovitz in 2009; they met in 2006 during a business meeting for a food TV show. The couple now have two children, Lyla Rose and Emet Kuli.

Discography

Studio albums
  • 1990: Liz and Lisa – Days Were Different
  • 1992: Purple Tape (re-released in 2008)
  • 1995: Tails
  • 1997: Firecracker
  • 2002: Cake and Pie
  • 2002: Hello Lisa
  • 2004: The Way It Really Is
  • 2013: No Fairy Tale
  • Children's albums
  • 2003: Catch the Moon
  • 2008: Camp Lisa
  • 2011: Lisa Loeb's Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs
  • 2015: Nursery Rhyme Parade!
  • 2016: Feel What U Feel
  • Books

  • 2011: Lisa Loeb's Silly Sing-Along: 'The Disappointing Pancake' and Other Zany Songs
  • 2013: Lisa Loeb's Songs for Movin' and Shakin'
  • Plays

  • 2015: Camp Kappawanna – co-wrote lyrics and co-composed music
  • Filmography

    Actress
    2022
    Hanukkah on Rye (TV Movie) as
    Natalie
    2022
    1660 Vine (Video) as
    Veteran Producer
    2022
    Power Trip (Podcast Series) as
    Jane's Mother
    - Hate Me (2022) - Jane's Mother
    2021
    Robot Chicken (TV Series short) as
    General Leia Organa / Lice Singer
    - May Cause Random Wolf Attacks (2021) - General Leia Organa / Lice Singer (voice)
    2021
    Family Guy (TV Series) as
    TV Show Singer
    - Customer of the Week (2021) - TV Show Singer (voice)
    2020
    Lisa Loeb: Another Day (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2020
    Lisa Loeb: This is My Life (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2020
    Pinkapotamus (TV Series) as
    Mommapotamus
    - Australia - Mommapotamus
    2019
    Fuller House (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - Our Very Last Show, Again (2020) - Lisa Loeb
    - Five Dates with Kimmy Gibbler (2019) - Lisa Loeb
    2019
    Lisa Loeb: Skeleton (Music Video)
    2018
    Lisa Loeb: Lullaby Girl (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2018
    Lisa Loeb: Rainbow Connection (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2018
    A.P. Bio (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - Freakin' Enamored (2018) - Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: Close Your Eyes (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: Don't Stop (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: Dream A Little Dream (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: Inch Worm (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: O-o-h Child (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Lisa Loeb: Tomorrow (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2017
    Sandy Wexler as
    Testimonial
    2017
    Teachers (TV Series) as
    Dirty Hippie
    - Brokebitch Mountain (2017) - Dirty Hippie
    2016
    Creative Galaxy (TV Series) as
    Melody
    - Heart Day (2017) - Melody (voice)
    - Epiphany's Dino Dance / Epiphany and Eureka (2016) - Melody (voice)
    - The Birdie Ballet/Arty's Instruments (2016) - Melody (voice)
    - Baby Georgia'a Art Dance/The Art-tacular Galaxy - Melody
    2015
    Community (TV Series) as
    Julie
    - Advanced Safety Features (2015) - Julie
    2015
    Hot Tub Time Machine 2 as
    Lisa Loeb
    2015
    About a Boy (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - About a Manniversary (2015) - Lisa Loeb
    2011
    Captain Jake and the Never Land Pirates (TV Series) as
    Winger / Princess Winger
    - Hook's Treasure Nap/Princess Power! (2014) - Princess Winger (voice)
    - Play It Again, Cubby!/Trading Treasures (2014) - Winger (voice)
    - Sail Away Treasure/The Mystery of Mysterious Island! (2012) - Winger (voice)
    - Big Bug Valley!/The Queen of Never Land (2012) - Winger (voice)
    - Captain Hook's Parrot/SkyBird Island Is Falling! (2011) - Princess Winger (voice)
    - Birds of a Feather/Treasure Show and Tell! (2011) - Winger (voice)
    2014
    Helicopter Mom as
    Mrs. Moore
    2014
    Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (TV Series) as
    Singer
    - POM Wonderful v. Coca-Cola (2014) - Singer
    2013
    Frida Kahlo, Junior Marketing Exec (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - Lisa Loeb Eyewear (2013) - Lisa Loeb
    2013
    Workaholics (TV Series) as
    Webcam Girl
    - Webcam Girl (2013) - Webcam Girl
    2013
    Marie (TV Series)
    - Jackie Collins & Lisa Loeb (2013)
    2012
    Gossip Girl (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - New York, I Love You XOXO (2012) - Lisa Loeb
    2012
    Doc McStuffins (TV Series) as
    Milli the Microphone
    - A Good Case of the Hiccups/Stuck Up (2012) - Milli the Microphone (voice)
    2012
    CollegeHumor Originals (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - The Vibe (2012) - Lisa Loeb
    2011
    Fright Night as
    Victoria
    2008
    The Sarah Silverman Program. (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - I Thought My Dad Was Dead, But It Turns Out He's Not (2008) - Lisa Loeb
    2007
    Lisa Loeb: Jenny Jenkins (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2007
    Lisa Loeb: Someone You Should Know (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2007
    Shorty McShorts' Shorts (TV Series short) as
    Beauty
    - The Imperfect Duplicates of Dodger Dare (2007) - Beauty (voice)
    2004
    Serial Killing 4 Dummys as
    Sasha Fitzgerald
    2003
    Spider-Man (TV Series) as
    Mary Jane Watson
    - Flash Memory (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Mind Games: Part 2 (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Heroes and Villains (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Royal Scam (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Mind Games: Part 1 (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Spider-Man Dis-Abled (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - When Sparks Fly (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Tight Squeeze (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Head Over Heels (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Sword of Shikata (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Law of the Jungle (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - Keeping Secrets (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    - The Party (2003) - Mary Jane Watson (voice)
    2002
    Lisa Loeb: Underdog (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    2002
    The Andy Dick Show (TV Series)
    - The Garage Sale (2002)
    2002
    Grandia Xtreme (Video Game) as
    Lutina (English version, voice)
    2001
    The Chris Isaak Show (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - T&A (2001) - Lisa Loeb
    1999
    House on Haunted Hill as
    Channel 3 Reporter
    1999
    Mad TV (TV Series) as
    Singer in Hallway
    - Episode #5.1 (1999) - Singer in Hallway
    1998
    Lisa Loeb: All Day (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    1998
    The Rugrats Movie as
    Newborn Baby (singing voice)
    1998
    Cupid (TV Series) as
    Sophie
    - First Loves (1998) - Sophie
    1998
    The Drew Carey Show (TV Series) as
    Lisa Loeb
    - In Ramada Da Vida (1998) - Lisa Loeb
    1997
    Lisa Loeb: I Do (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    1997
    Lisa Loeb: Let's Forget About It (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    1997
    The Nanny (TV Series) as
    Chloe
    - The Bobbi Flekman Story (1997) - Chloe
    1997
    Black Circle Boys as
    Angry Woman
    1995
    Lisa Loeb: Taffy (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    1995
    Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories: Do You Sleep (Music Video) as
    Lisa Loeb
    1994
    Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories: Stay (I Missed You) (Music Video short) as
    Lisa Loeb
    1989
    Tabloid as
    Rose Tuttle
    Music Department
    -
    If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (TV Series short) (composer - 20 episodes, 2015 - 2018) (musician - 13 episodes, 2015 - 2017) (theme song performer - 2 episodes, 2018)
    - Day at the Museum/Pizza Delivery (2018) - (composer: lyrics/composer: theme music/theme song performer)
    - Mouse Around Town/Rainy Day (2018) - (composer: lyrics/composer: theme music/theme song performer)
    - Sledding Adventure/Snowy Sleepover (2018) - (composer: lyrics/composer: theme music/theme song performer)
    - Treasure Hunt!/A Surprise for Henry (2018) - (composer: lyrics/composer: theme music/theme song performer)
    - Dog's Day Out/Doggie Day Camp (2018) - (composer: lyrics) / (composer: theme music) / (theme song performer)
    - Recycle Races/Change is Good (2018) - (composer: theme music) / (theme song performer)
    - Mouse Minds the Store/Captain Mouse (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Toy Round Up!/Masked Mouse Mobile (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Farm Friends/Picnic (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Dinosaur Mystery/Inventor Fair (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Something to Squawk About/Sick Day (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - A House for Mouse/Delivery Mouse (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Muffin Party/Arcade (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - If You Take a Mouse to School/Cookie Factory (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Town Fair/Beach Day (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Hoopla!/Animal Band (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - The Big Campout/Missing Sock! (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Mouse to the Rescue!/The Amazing Art Chase (2017) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    - Applesauce/Cat and Mouse (2015) - (composer: theme music) / (musician)
    2010
    Shalom Sesame (TV Series) (performer - 5 episodes)
    - Shabbat Shalom Grover (2011) - (performer: theme song)
    - Mitzvah on the Street (2011) - (performer: theme song)
    - Grover Plants a Tree (2011) - (performer: theme song)
    - Welcome to Israel (2010) - (performer: theme song)
    - Chanukah: The Missing Menorah (2010) - (performer: theme song)
    2006
    #1 Single (TV Series) (composer - 6 episodes)
    - Stay (2006) - (composer: theme music)
    - Timing Is Everything (2006) - (composer: theme music)
    - Wingman (2006) - (composer: theme music)
    - Cats and Dogs (2006) - (composer: theme music)
    - Welcome to New York (2006) - (composer: theme music)
    - Leaving Los Angeles (2006) - (composer: theme music)
    Soundtrack
    2022
    Station Eleven (TV Mini Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Who's There? (2022) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    -
    The George Lucas Talk Show (TV Series) (lyrics - 1 episode, 2021) (music - 1 episode, 2021) (performer - 1 episode, 2021)
    - Episode XXII: Icky Icky Goo (2021) - (lyrics: "Hanna-Barbera") / (music: "Hanna-Barbera") / (performer: "Hanna-Barbera")
    2020
    The Kelly Clarkson Show (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Summer Staycation #9 (2020) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2019
    Lisa Loeb: Skeleton (Music Video) (performer: "Skeleton") / (writer: "Skeleton")
    2019
    Perfect Harmony (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Any Given Monday (2019) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)" - uncredited)
    2019
    After Midnight (writer: "Stay(I Missed You)")
    2018
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Lords of the Deep (2018) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)" - uncredited)
    -
    If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (TV Series short) (writer - 3 episodes, 2017 - 2018) (performer - 1 episode, 2018)
    - Dog's Day Out/Doggie Day Camp (2018) - (performer: "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Theme Song") / (writer: "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Theme Song", "Silly Sing-Along")
    - Mouse Minds the Store/Captain Mouse (2017) - (writer: "Running a Store", "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie Theme Song " - uncredited)
    - If You Take a Mouse to School/Cookie Factory (2017) - (writer: "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Theme", "Rollin'" (uncredited), "Space Cookie" (uncredited))
    -
    A.P. Bio (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2018) (writer - 1 episode, 2018)
    - Freakin' Enamored (2018) - (performer: "Stay (I Missed You)") / (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2013
    Conan (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
    - Kyle MacLachlan/Rob Schneider/Lisa Loeb (2017) - (performer: "Lullaby Girl")
    - The Surprising Bar Mitzvah of Seamus O'Flannery (2013) - (performer: "No Fairy Tale")
    -
    Beat Shazam (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2017) (writer - 1 episode, 2017)
    - Episode #1.8 (2017) - (performer: "Stay (I Missed You)") / (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2016
    If You Give a Mouse a Christmas Cookie (TV Short) (performer: "If You Give a Mouse a Christmas Cookie Theme Song", "Christmas Cookie Song" (uncredited), "Christmas Cookie") / (writer: "If You Give a Mouse a Christmas Cookie Theme Song", "Christmas Cookie Song" (uncredited), "Christmas Cookie")
    2015
    The Muppets. (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Pig Out (2015) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2015
    Community (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Advanced Safety Features (2015) - (performer: "Pillar of Garbage" - uncredited)
    2015
    The Good Wife (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Red Meat (2015) - (performer: "Home On the Range" - uncredited)
    2015
    Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2014
    Guapas (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - La tregua (2014) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)" - uncredited)
    2014
    Captain Jake and the Never Land Pirates (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Hook's Treasure Nap/Princess Power! (2014) - (performer: "Princess Power")
    2014
    Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - POM Wonderful v. Coca-Cola (2014) - (performer: "Oregon, You Fucking Idiots" - uncredited)
    2013
    New Girl (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Virgins (2013) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)" - uncredited)
    -
    Atop the Fourth Wall (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2013) (writer - 1 episode, 2013)
    - Titans Retrospective: Titans #26-#50 (2013) - (performer: "We Could Still Belong Together") / (writer: "We Could Still Belong Together")
    2013
    Girls (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - It's a Shame About Ray (2013) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    -
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2013) (writer - 1 episode, 2013)
    - Episode #21.84 (2013) - (performer: "No Fairy Tale") / (writer: "No Fairy Tale")
    2012
    For a Good Time, Call... (performer: "Stay") / (writer: "Stay")
    2010
    Shalom Sesame (TV Series) (performer: "Shalom Sesame Theme Song") / (writer: "Shalom Sesame Theme Song")
    2008
    The Sarah Silverman Program. (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - I Thought My Dad Was Dead, But It Turns Out He's Not (2008) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)" - uncredited)
    2007
    100 Greatest Songs of the 90s (TV Mini Series documentary) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #1.1 (2007) - (writer: "Stay")
    -
    Family Guy (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2006) (writer - 1 episode, 2006)
    - Hell Comes to Quahog (2006) - (performer: "Stay (I Missed You)") / (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2006
    Angela's Eyes (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Pilot (2006) - (performer: "Fools Like Me")
    2005
    Idols (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Top 11: Number 1 Hits from the 90s (2005) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    -
    Grey's Anatomy (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2005) (writer - 1 episode, 2005)
    - Winning a Battle, Losing the War (2005) - (performer: "Fools Like Me") / (writer: "Fools Like Me")
    2002
    Stars in Their Eyes Kids (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #1.5 (2002) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    2001
    Legally Blonde (performer: "We Could Still Belong Together") / (producer: "We Could Still Belong Together") / (writer: "We Could Still Belong Together")
    -
    Periodistas (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2001) (writer - 1 episode, 2001)
    - Las vacas de Tejas (2001) - (performer: "I Do") / (writer: "I Do")
    1999
    The Bumblebee Flies Anyway (performer: "Truthfully") / (writer: "Truthfully")
    1999
    Anywhere But Here (performer: "I Wish") / (producer: "I Wish") / (writer: "I Wish")
    -
    Dawson's Creek (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 1999) (writer - 1 episode, 1999)
    - To Be or Not to Be- (1999) - (performer: "I Do") / (writer: "I Do")
    1998
    Jack Frost (performer: "How") / (writer: "How")
    1998
    The Rugrats Movie (performer: "All Day", "This World Is Something New to Me") / (writer: "All Day")
    1998
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series) (1 episode)
    - Homecoming (1998) - ("How")
    1996
    Twister (producer: "How") / (writer: "How")
    1996
    Stars in Their Eyes (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #7.3 (1996) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    1996
    Late Night with Conan O'Brien (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Martin Scorsese/Richard Belzer/Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (1996) - (writer: "Taffy" - uncredited)
    1994
    Mystery Science Theater 3000 (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
    - Racket Girls (1994) - (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)" - uncredited)
    -
    Top of the Pops (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes, 1994) (writer - 2 episodes, 1994)
    - Episode dated 15 September 1994 (1994) - (performer: "Stay (I Missed You)") / (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    - Episode dated 1 September 1994 (1994) - (performer: "Stay (I Missed You)") / (writer: "Stay (I Missed You)")
    1994
    Party of Five (TV Series) (writer: "Do You Sleep?")
    1994
    Reality Bites (writer: "Stay")
    Producer
    2008
    Lisa Loeb Songwriting: Just Like You (Documentary short) (executive producer)
    2006
    #1 Single (TV Series) (producer - 8 episodes)
    - Stay (2006) - (producer)
    - Timing Is Everything (2006) - (producer)
    - Wingman (2006) - (producer)
    - Time to Fly (2006) - (producer)
    - Cats and Dogs (2006) - (producer)
    - Following the Rules (2006) - (producer)
    - Welcome to New York (2006) - (producer)
    - Leaving Los Angeles (2006) - (producer)
    Composer
    2020
    Artichoke Boy (Short)
    2018
    If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (TV Series short) (2 episodes)
    - Dog's Day Out/Doggie Day Camp (2018)
    - Recycle Races/Change is Good (2018)
    2011
    SLANT 45: The Movie (Documentary)
    1994
    Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories: Stay (I Missed You) (Music Video short)
    Thanks
    2007
    Turn the River (very special thanks)
    Self
    -
    Resistance: They Fought Back (Documentary) (completed) as
    Ruzka Korchak
    2023
    Go Fact Yourself (Podcast Series) as
    Self - Contestant
    - Lisa Loeb & Reggie Watts (2023) - Self - Contestant
    2023
    Hey Dude... The 90s Called! (Podcast Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Reality (Bites) Check w/ Lisa Loeb (2023) - Self - Guest
    2021
    Sue (Documentary short) as
    Self
    2021
    The George Lucas Talk Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode XXII: Icky Icky Goo (2021) - Self
    2021
    Earth to Ned (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest Star
    - The Neddies (2021) - Self - Guest Star
    2020
    Elepalooza! (TV Special) as
    Self
    2020
    American Humane Hero Dog Awards: 10th Anniversary Celebration (TV Special) as
    Self
    2020
    Animal Talking with Gary Whitta (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Phil Spencer, Lisa Loeb, Dylan Sprouse (2020) - Self - Guest
    2020
    The Pop Culture Show (Podcast Series) as
    Self
    - Lisa Loeb Interview + Cubby Hits a Jackpot + Bradley Cooper Sighting (2020) - Self
    2013
    Home & Family (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Musical Guest / Self - Guest
    - Annie Potts/Lisa Loeb/J Pickens/Courtney Rich (2019) - Self
    - Heather Krueger & Chris Dempsey/Lisa Loeb/Vickie Howell/Kevin Sorbo (2018) - Self
    - Catherine Bell/Taylor Cole/Lisa Loeb/Debbe Dunning (2017) - Self - Musical Guest
    - Alexa PenaVega/Carrie Preston/Lisa Loeb (2017) - Self - Musical Guest
    - Episode dated 17 May 2013 (2013) - Self - Guest
    2017
    Ok! TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #4.124 (2019) - Self
    - Episode #4.116 (2019) - Self
    - Episode #4.110 (2019) - Self
    - Episode #3.107 (2018) - Self
    - Episode #3.49 (2017) - Self
    2019
    Hollywood Insider (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Over 10 of the Most Empowering Female Grammy Winners (2019) - Self
    2018
    207 15th Anniversary (TV Special short) as
    Self
    2018
    The Night Time Show (Podcast Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - #100: Lisa Loeb, Kate Flannery, Oscar Nunez, EG Daily, Rachel True, and Kendall Schmidt- Grammy Winner, The Office, Rugrats, The Craft, Big Time Rush (2018) - Self - Guest
    2013
    Conan (TV Series) as
    Self - Musical Guest
    - Kyle MacLachlan/Rob Schneider/Lisa Loeb (2017) - Self - Musical Guest
    - The Surprising Bar Mitzvah of Seamus O'Flannery (2013) - Self - Musical Guest
    2016
    The 85th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (TV Movie) as
    Self
    2016
    Red Carpet Report (TV Series short) as
    Self
    - Hollywood Christmas Parade (2016) - Self
    2016
    The Song (TV Series) as
    Self - Judge (2016-2017)
    2016
    @midnight (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #3.159 (2016) - Self
    2016
    Sidewalks Entertainment (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Lisa Loeb (2016) - Self - Guest
    2016
    My Story (TV Mini Series) as
    Self
    - Yvonne Chaka Chaka (2016) - Self
    2015
    Today (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 10 September 2015 (2015) - Self
    2015
    Hell's Kitchen (TV Series) as
    Self - Restaurant Patron
    - Winner Chosen (2015) - Self - Restaurant Patron
    2015
    Oprah: Where Are They Now? (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Chef Curtis Stone; 90s Singer Lisa Loeb; Reality Star Taylor Armstrong (2015) - Self
    2015
    The Chew (TV Series) as
    Self - Musical Guest
    - Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring! (2015) - Self - Musical Guest
    2015
    King of the Nerds (TV Series) as
    Self - Judge
    - Do They Choose Wisely- Or Poorly? (2015) - Self - Judge
    2014
    CollegeHumor Originals (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Star Wars Cantina Band Auditions (2014) - Self
    2013
    Good Day L.A. (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 9 July 2013 (2013) - Self
    2013
    Big Evening Buzz with Carrie Keagan (TV Series) as
    Self - Musical Guest
    - Lisa Loeb (2013) - Self - Musical Guest
    2012
    Big Morning Buzz Live (TV Series) as
    Self - Musical Guest / Self
    - Keshia Knight Pulliam/Anne Burrell/Lisa Loeb (2013) - Self - Musical Guest
    - Hulk Hogan/Lisa Loeb/A Fine Frenzy (2012) - Self
    2013
    Piers Morgan Live (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 1 March 2013 (2013) - Self
    1996
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Musical Guest
    - Episode #21.84 (2013) - Self - Musical Guest
    - Episode #12.149 (2004) - Self
    - Episode #6.231 (1998) - Self
    - Episode #5.215 (1997) - Self
    - Episode #4.85 (1996) - Self - Musical Guest
    2012
    Rachael Ray (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Helen Hunt (2012) - Self
    2011
    Never Not Funny (Podcast Series) as
    Self
    - Pardcast-a-Thon 2011 (2011) - Self
    2011
    Las Vegas Morning Blend (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 20 May 2011 (2011) - Self - Guest
    2011
    The Moms View (TV Series) as
    Feature Guest
    2009
    Kevin Pollak's Chat Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Lisa Loeb (2009) - Self
    2008
    Gossip Girl (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Woman on the Verge (2008) - Self
    2008
    Lisa Loeb Songwriting: Just Like You (Documentary short) as
    Self
    1998
    Late Night with Conan O'Brien (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Musical Guest
    - Bret Michaels/Antonio Pierce/Lisa Loeb (2008) - Self
    - Teri Hatcher/Oliver Platt/Lisa Loeb & Dweezil Zappa (1998) - Self - Musical Guest
    2007
    100 Greatest Songs of the 90s (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self - #93: 'Stay' (as Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories)
    2007
    Jack's Big Music Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Jack's Super Swell Sing-Along (2007) - Self
    2006
    Love Monkey (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Coming Out (2006) - Self
    2006
    Howard Stern on Demand (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Lisa Loeb & Sister (2006) - Self
    2006
    #1 Single (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Stay (2006) - Self
    - Timing Is Everything (2006) - Self
    - Wingman (2006) - Self
    - Time to Fly (2006) - Self
    - Cats and Dogs (2006) - Self
    - Following the Rules (2006) - Self
    - Welcome to New York (2006) - Self
    - Leaving Los Angeles (2006) - Self
    2005
    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (TV Series) as
    Self - Interviewee / Musical Guest / Self
    - Episode #2.91 (2006) - Self - Interviewee / Musical Guest
    - Episode #1.52 (2005) - Self
    2006
    The View (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 20 January 2006 (2006) - Self
    2005
    The Colbert Report (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Jim Cramer (2005) - Self
    2005
    I Love the '90s: Part Deux (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self
    2004
    Dweezil & Lisa (TV Series) as
    Self
    2003
    The New Tom Green Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 15 July 2003 (2003) - Self
    2003
    The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 25 June 2003 (2003) - Self
    2003
    The Jamie Kennedy Experiment (TV Series)
    - Episode #2.23 (2003)
    2003
    The Stage TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    2003
    On the Spot (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Pilot (2003) - Self
    2003
    The Wayne Brady Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.78 (2003) - Self
    2002
    Life with Lisa Loeb (TV Series) as
    Self
    2002
    I Love the '80s (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self
    2002
    The Rosie O'Donnell Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 11 June 2002 (2002) - Self
    2001
    The Chris Isaak Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - The Professionals (2001) - Self
    1999
    Music Bridges Over Troubled Waters (Documentary) as
    Self
    1999
    Where Music Meets Film: Live from Sundance (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1999
    100 Greatest Women of Rock & Roll (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1998
    En directe, Mari Pau (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 21 May 1998 (1998) - Self
    1998
    Sen kväll med Luuk (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Avsnitt 6 (1998) - Self
    1998
    Roda dos Milhões (TV Series) as
    Self (1998)
    1997
    Hard Rock Live (TV Series) as
    Performer
    1997
    Lilith Fair: A Celebration of Women in Music (TV Special documentary) as
    Self
    1997
    Behind the Music (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Lilith Fair (1997) - Self
    1996
    Austin City Limits (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Lisa Loeb/Jimmy LaFave (1996) - Self
    1995
    Brit Awards 1995 (TV Special) as
    Self - Winner
    1995
    Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 22 November 1995 (1995) - Self
    1995
    Saturday Night Live (TV Series) as
    Self - Musical Guest
    - Chevy Chase/Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories (1995) - Self - Musical Guest
    1994
    Top of the Pops (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 22 September 1994 (1994) - Self
    1994
    1994 MTV Video Music Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    Archive Footage
    2020
    A Year in Music (TV Series) as
    Self
    - 1994 (2020) - Self
    1994
    Top of the Pops (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 13 October 1994 (1994) - Self
    - Episode dated 15 September 1994 (1994) - Self
    - Episode dated 1 September 1994 (1994) - Self

    References

    Lisa Loeb Wikipedia