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This article is about Lisa Webber from the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series. If you are looking for one or more other versions of Lisa Webber, please check the Lisa Webber (disambiguation).

You had another nightmare, didn't you?

Lisa Webber is a character in A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge.

She was the main deuteragonist, the girlfriend of Jesse Walsh and also the only Freddy Krueger's defeater as seen in the film. She is finally dragged into nightmares along with Jesse and her other friends, which leaves her fate as unknown. She is portrayed by the actress Kim Myers.


A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge[]

Lisa is raised in a wealthy family, and is a popular girl in Springwood High School. She is best-friends with Kerry Hellman, and takes her romantic interest in Jesse Walsh when he moves into her neighborhood.

At the beginning of the film, It's revealed Lisa and Jesse share feelings for each other and begin dating while Jesse becomes increasingly erratic under the influence of Freddy Krueger.

One day helping Jesse to arrange his room, they discovered a diary owned by the previous owner of the house, Nancy Thompson. Throughout the film Freddy tries to make his way back into the real world by using Jesse’s body and Jesse is terrified and does his best to escape the problem, rather than face it head-on. When he confides in Lisa, Lisa is dubious but she does her best to learn about Freddy and as she starts to believe that this problem may be more than just Jesse’s imagination, she encourages him to fight against Freddy’s influence.


She then researches the mysterious killer, and leads Jesse to the factory where Freddy used to work. Lisa attempts to help Jesse to realize that Freddy is dead until she sees him manifest in the real-world through Jesse's body.

At her pool party, Jesse leaves her after a failed attempt to have sex with her. Later that night, Jesse, who has murdered Ron Grady earlier, transforms into Freddy and brutally murders the teenagers at the party. Freddy also tries to kill her, but her proclamations of love weaken his hold over Jesse.

Lisa then goes to the factory once again, this time facing Freddy Krueger on her own. She uses her power of love try to free Jesse from Freddy's possession, seemingly allowing Jesse to banish him from his body.

After this incident, while riding on the school bus with Jesse, their friend Kerry is impaled through the chest by Freddy and the bus careers off the road, revealing them to be again trapped in a dream by Freddy. Her fate is left ambiguous.


Lisa is sociable, sensible, warmhearted and independent as well as sensitive and intelligent. After being aware of Jesse's odd behavior she researches for the murderous killer Freddy Krueger, and encourages Jesse to fight against Freddy’s influence.

Being strong and independent, Lisa's courage and love for her boyfriend has ultimately defeated Freddy and saves her boyfriend.

Physical appearance[]

Lisa Webber is introduced as a young woman with blue-gray eyes.


Jesse Walsh[]

Lisa was the first to want to meet Jesse when she moved to Springwood. He usually takes her to school every morning and, as the story progresses, she ends up falling in love with him. She knows that Jesse is in trouble and that's why she never judges him, she always tries to be as understanding as possible with him, so she wants to be with him most of the time to protect him.

Kerry Hellman[]

Kerry seems to be the kind of stalwart friend who is always looking for advice to Lisa, managing to put a smile on her face when she is sad, she spends with her most of the time when they are in high school.

Other media[]

Jesse's Lost Journal[]

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While the events depicted in Jesse's Lost Journal are not part of the series timeline or canon, Mark Patton (who played Jesse Walsh in A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge) wrote a string of events that he believes could go down in history as "what really happened." Following the timeline of the film series, the events we see in Freddy's Revenge take place in 1986, while the events described in Jesse's diary are mentioned as occurring in 1982 and 1985.

  • Please see here the special article for the character of Lisa Webber in the story written by Mark Patton.



  • (To Jesse): "Come back to me, Jesse. I love you. Come back to me."
  • (To Kerry): "I don't know, Kerry. I feel like I should go see him, but I can't just leave the party."
  • (To Freddy): "He's in there, and I want him back! I'm going to take him away from you, and you are gonna go straight back to hell, you son of a bitch!"