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Melody Anderson
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An actress, whose most high-profile role was playing Dale Arden in the 1980 adaptation of Flash Gordon. While doing singing, she also trained as an actress, leading to roles in films and television during the 1970s and 1980s.

Her first national exposure was as a guest star in the 1977 series Logan's Run and as a "Sweathog" in a 1977 episode of Welcome Back, Kotter. She made numerous guest appearances on television, including Archie Bunker's Place, Battlestar Galactica, Dallas, T. J. Hooker, CHiPs, the pilot episode of The A-Team and The Fall Guy. She had recurring roles on St. Elsewhere and Jake and the Fatman. She was the female lead of the NBC 1983 series Manimal. She was a guest star in the Murder, She Wrote episode "Prediction: Murder" in 1989.

She played the female lead Dale Arden in the cult classic Flash Gordon (1980) and the female lead Janet Gillis in Dead and Buried (1981). In 1983, she played the title role in a made-for-television film called Policewoman Centerfold, in which her character, a divorced police officer, is fired after posing nude for a men's magazine (based loosely on the true story of Springfield, Ohio patrolwoman Barbara Schantz, who was subsequently fired from her job after posing nude in Playboy magazine in the early 1980s). She appeared with Nicolas Cage in The Boy in Blue (1986). She starred in the made-for-television movie Beverly Hills Madam (1896), which starred Faye Dunaway. From 1992-93, Anderson portrayed Natalie Marlowe, and briefly her twin sister Janet Dillon, on the soap opera All My Children.

She starred as Edie Adams in the television film Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter, opposite Jeff Goldblum as Ernie Kovacs and played the coveted role of Marilyn Monroe in the television movie Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair (1993). Her last television appearance was in 1995 as a guest star in the short-lived CBS revival of Burke's Law.
Gary Conway
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His most notable credits include a co-starring role with Gene Barry in the detective series Burke's Law from 1963-1965. In addition, he starred in the Irwin Allen sci-fi series Land of the Giants from 1968-1970.

Conway has been married for many years to Marian McKnight, who is Miss America 1957. The couple has two children.They have worked together in film production and writing, and also own a winery called Carmody McKnight.

Conway's film credits include Once Is Not Enough, I Was a Teenage Frankenstein as the monster, How to Make a Monster, Black Gunn, The Farmer,and American Ninja 2. He appeared with Bette Davis in the television movie The Judge and Jake Wyler in 1972. He starred in Woman's Story which he also wrote and directed.
Lisa Loring
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an American actress. She is best known for playing Wednesday Addams on The Addams Family television show.

She joined the cast of ABC sitcom The Pruitts of Southampton in 1966. After her childhood career, she also was a cast member of the CBS soap opera As the World Turns from 1981 to 1983, where she created the role of Cricket Montgomery.
Vicki Lawrence
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Victoria Ann "Vicki" Lawrence is an American actress, comedian, and singer known for the many characters she originated on CBS's The Carol Burnett Show, where she appeared from 1967 to 1978, for the entire series run.

One such character, "The Family" matriarch Thelma Harper/Mama, later was the central character of the television situation comedy series Mama's Family on NBC and, later, in first-run syndication.

In 1973, she became a one-hit wonder on the U.S. chart with "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia". It reached number one on both the United States and Canada top charts. Lawrence has multiple Emmy Award nominations, winning one in 1976. She is also a multiple Golden Globe nominee, all for The Carol Burnett Show. Lawrence has made numerous post-Mama's Family guest TV show appearances in her famed Thelma Harper/Mama role. On February 5, 2013, Lawrence appeared as the character in a special sketch for Betty White's 2nd Annual 90th Birthday.[1] In addition, Lawrence regularly hosts an untelevised stage show titled Vicki Lawrence & Mama: A Two-Woman Show.

As a comedian and actress, Lawrence is known for her work on The Carol Burnett Show, of which she was a part from 1967 to 1978. She was the only cast member, except for Burnett herself, who stayed on the show for the entire 11 seasons. After The Carol Burnett Show ended in 1978, Lawrence and her husband Al Schultz moved with their children to Maui, Hawaii, but after a few years, returned to Los Angeles, where they have remained.

Her portrayal of the Mama character on The Carol Burnett Show's "The Family" sketches was so popular that NBC subsequently created the sitcom Mama's Family, elaborating on the Mama character. (Burnett reprised the Eunice Higgins character for the sitcom from time to time.) The series ran from 1983 to 1985 on NBC; after its cancellation from NBC, it was renewed from 1986 to 1990 in first-run syndication. The show was more successful in the renewed version. She also reprised the Mama character on stage for Vicki Lawrence & Mama: A Two-Woman Show.

Lawrence has made appearances on other programs, such as the sitcoms Laverne & Shirley (as the girls' drill sergeant, Alvinia T. Plout), Major Dad, Roseanne, Hannah Montana, and Yes, Dear. Between the NBC and syndication runs of Mama's Family, Lawrence starred in the 1985 comedy pilot Anything for Love, which aired as a special on CBS that summer and co-starred Lauren Tewes and Rebeca Arthur. Lawrence has also appeared with Burnett, Korman, and Tim Conway in the Burnett show retrospectives that were broadcast in 1993, 2001, and 2004. Lawrence played Sister Mary Paul (Sister Amnesia) in the TV special based on Nunsense Jamboree that originally aired on TNN in 1998.

Lawrence played Mamaw Stewart (the mother of Robby Ray Stewart and grandmother of Jackson and Miley Stewart) in the hit Disney series Hannah Montana alongside Billy Ray Cyrus and his daughter Miley Cyrus.

Lawrence recently played as Mama in an Ohio commercial, promoting a constitutional amendment that would permit casino gambling in Ohio. Lawrence played Dan's old high-school flame, Phyllis, in an episode of Roseanne. She also appeared in a special celebrity-edition episode of the Anne Robinson version of The Weakest Link. Playing for a charity, she made it to the final two, but ended up losing to Ed Begley, Jr.
Teri Garr
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an American actress and dancer best known for her film roles in Young Frankenstein; Close Encounters of the Third Kind; Oh, God!; Mr. Mom; After Hours; The Black Stallion; One from the Heart and Tootsie, for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She also had a recurring guest role on television's Friends.

Early in her career she was credited as Terri Garr, Terry Garr, Teri Hope, or Terry Carr. Her movie debut was as an extra in A Swingin' Affair (1963). At the end of her senior year in high school (at Magnificat High School) she auditioned for the cast of the Los Angeles Road Company production of West Side Story, where she met one of the most important people in her early career, David Winters, who became her friend, her dance teacher, and her mentor and cast her in many of his early movies and projects.

Garr began as a background dancer in uncredited roles for youth-oriented films and TV shows choreographed by Winters, including Pajama Party, a beach party film, the T.A.M.I. Show, Shindig!, Hullabaloo, and Movin' with Nancy, and nine Elvis Presley features (many of which were also choreographed by Winters, including Presley's most profitable film, Viva Las Vegas).

Teri Garr and Hector Elizondo on the set of Perfect Alibi with director Kevin Meyer. Garr gave the following answer to a question in a magazine interview about how she landed the job in a Presley film: "One of the dancers in the road show of West Side Story, (David Winters) started to choreograph movies and, whatever job he got, I was one of the girls he'd hire. So he was chosen to do Viva Las Vegas. That was my first movie."

Her first speaking role in a motion picture was a one-line appearance as a damsel in distress in the Monkees film, Head (1968), written by Jack Nicholson. She landed her first significant motion-picture role in Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation (1974). Her career breakthrough came in the Mel Brooks comedy Young Frankenstein (also 1974) as Inga. She appeared in a string of highly successful films, often playing a housewife. These films include Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), Oh, God! (1977), The Black Stallion (1979), Mr. Mom (1983), The Sting II (1983), After Hours (1985), and Let It Ride (1989) with Richard Dreyfuss. Garr was nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting role as Dustin Hoffman's actress friend in Tootsie (1982).

She also appeared frequently on television. She began as a go-go dancer on several musical variety shows, along with friend Toni Basil, such as Shindig! and Hullabaloo. In 1966 Garr made one appearance on Batman (episode 7, uncredited). In 1968 she appeared in both The Andy Griffith Show and Mayberry R.F.D.and was in two episodes of It Takes a Thief. Also in 1968 she was featured as secretary Roberta Lincoln in the Star Trek episode "Assignment: Earth", designed as a backdoor pilot episode for a new series which was not commissioned. In the early 1970s, she was a regular cast member on The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour, dancing and acting in comedy sketches. She also had a recurring role as a ditsy policewoman on McCloud, and appeared on M*A*S*H, The Bob Newhart Show, The Odd Couple, Maude, Barnaby Jones, and Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers. She hosted Saturday Night Live in 1980, 1983, and 1985, and was a frequent visitor on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.

As a recurring guest on Late Night with David Letterman, she was renowned for her unscripted banter with David Letterman, who once goaded her into showering in his office while the camera rolled. She landed a role as recurring character Phoebe Abbott in Friends, the estranged birth mother of Phoebe Buffay.
Adam West
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better known as Adam West, is an American film, television, character, voice, and stage actor whose career spans six decades.

His acting career began in films in 1959. He played opposite Chuck Connors in Geronimo (1962) and The Three Stooges in The Outlaws Is Coming (1965). He has also appeared in the science-fiction film Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964), opposite Paul Mantee, and achieved continuing success for the title role in the 1960s ABC series Batman and its theatrical feature film. He has done voice work on The Fairly OddParents, The Simpsons and Family Guy (all of which he voices fictional versions of himself) and also Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.

Burt Ward
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Burt had all the makings of a true boy wonder: At the age of two, Burt was the youngest professional ice skater in the world and was featured in "Strange As It Seems," a predecessor to the Guinness Book of Records.

As a teenager, Burt was an all-around athlete, strong in martial arts, wrestling, track, tennis and golf, combined with a sharp intellect, playing "first board" in chess for Beverly Hills High School, achieving the top 3% in the U.S. in math and science tests at UCLA, and becoming the world’s fastest reader – Burt tested before the American Medical Society in Beverly Hills, California and was clocked at 30,000 words per minute with 90% comprehension (the average reader reads 240 words per minute with 40% comprehension). Burt was featured in an article entitled, "Will the Real Boy Wonder Please Stand Up" and subsequently appeared on the national television educational show "Read Right."

With the help of his father, a prominent real estate broker in Beverly Hills, CA, Burt became one of the youngest real estate agents in California, and met producer, Saul David, who arranged for him to sign with a Hollywood agent. His first interview was set up at 20th Century Fox Studios, and a few weeks later, Burt was called back for a screen test with Adam West.

Little did aspiring actor, Burt Ward, know that learning martial arts in addition to his mental and athletic prowess would change his life forever. Holder of a brown belt in karate at the time, Burt showed off his athletic ability for the producers by demonstrating some falls and tumbles, and even broke a one-inch thick pine board with his hand. Later, Burt attained his black belt from his instructor, All Korean champion, Young Ik Suh. Burt was friends with Bruce Lee. A special piece of movie trivia is that Bruce Lee’s first filmed fight scene of his career was fighting Burt Ward. In October 2015, Burt was inducted into the International Karate and Kickboxing Hall of Fame.

Executive Producer William Dozier told Burt that he was chosen out of more than 1,100 other young actors trying out for the role of Robin because the producers believed that "If there really was a real 'Robin, The Boy Wonder,' then Burt would be it," so they requested him to "just be himself and be enthusiastic." As a result, all of the mannerisms you see Robin doing like punching his fist into his palm, jumping over the door in and out of the Batmobile, and all the unique Robin traits of the character that were not scripted, were created by Burt himself as his contribution to the legendary role of the Robin character. When he first met Burt, Executive Producer, William Dozier, commented about Ward’s tall size in comparison to Adam West, and the new Boy Wonder prospect replied, "I promise you, sir, I won’t grow anymore." Dozier laughed and told Burt that he would hold him to that.

It wasn’t until six weeks after the screen test that Burt learned that he had won the coveted role of Robin, the Boy Wonder in the new "Batman" TV series for ABC-TV. He was everything they wanted. All he had to do was just be himself.

Batman Was an Overnight Sensation!

Biff, Bam, Boom! The Ratings Soared!

Burt and Adam West made hundreds of personal appearances together and were featured in dozens of magazine articles, including the cover of Life magazine. Years later, when accepting Harvard’s "Man of the Year" award, Burt brought one of his original Robin costumes, even then valued at six figures. Some students came up to him dressed as security guards and told him they would keep the costume safe. Then, in the middle of Burt’s speech, one student stood up and asked, "When is a costume not a costume? When it's stolen." The lights dimmed and the students grabbed the costume and made off. After snapping photos with one another in the cape, they later called Ward and gave the costume back. The ringleader of the gang? Harvard Lampoon editor, Conan O'Brien.

From "Caped Crusader" to "Canine Crusader"

In 1994, Burt and his wife, Tracy Posner Ward, philanthropist (and daughter of billionaire industrialist and philanthropist, Victor Posner), rescued a Great Dane in distress. From this experience, they learned about dozens of other Great Danes also needing homes. When they called weeks later to see what had happened to the others, they were horrified to hear that they had all been destroyed. Both Burt and Tracy have a huge love for animals. They made a decision, and created a rescue for Great Danes and other giant dog breeds. Located 50 miles east of Los Angeles, Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions is a non-profit charity created by Burt and Tracy. Gentle Giants has rescued and adopted more than 15,500 giant breed, medium breed, and small breed dogs, along with unique combinations, during their 23 years of operation. All of their dogs are socialized and behaviorally trained, and live communally together in their home. Gentle Giants is now the largest giant breed dog rescue in the world and rescues and finds homes for 45 different dog breeds, ranging from 2 lbs. to 300 lbs.

Traditionally, giant breed dogs usually have short lifespans, living 6-8 years or 7-9 years, depending upon the breed. Spending millions of dollars of their own money and more than a decade of rescuing and adopting, research and testing, and combining their special care and feeding program with their own all natural Gentle Giants dog food, Burt and Tracy have successfully doubled the average lifespan of their rescued giant breed dogs, and significantly lengthened the average lifespan of their rescued small and medium breed dogs as well, with dogs living as long as 27 active, healthy years.

Gentle Giants Products manufacturers all natural Gentle Giants dog food, both dry food and canned food, which is sold in more than 1,250 stores in California, and in 339 Walmart Supercenters in Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Florida. Gentle Giants dog food is sold nationally through mail order on Chewy.com, Walmart.com, and Amazon.com. In California, Gentle Giants is sold in Walmart Supercenters, Stater Bros. Markets, Ralphs Grocery Stores, and Gelson’s Supermarkets.

Gentle Giants has a spectacular new line of wet (canned) dog food, with 90% Beef, 90% Chicken, 90% Salmon, and 90% Turkey & Liver. Each entrée has eight (8) fruits and vegetables, all certified Non GMO (do not contain genetically modified organisms), along dandelion greens for liver and gastrointestinal health, and New Zealand green lipped mussels, which provide a natural concentration of glucosamine and chondroitin for joint health. Gentle Giants Products also has a new line of super premium supplements for dogs and super premium dog treats.

The Caped Crusader has truly evolved into the Canine Crusader.
Barbara Bouchet
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a German-American actress. She has acted in more than 80 films and television episodes and founded a production company that has produced fitness videos and books as well as owning a fitness studio. Some of her roles include playing Miss Moneypenny in Casino Royale, Kelinda in Star Trek: "By Any Other Name", as Patrizia in Non si sevizia un paperino and Mrs. Schermerhorn in Gangs of New York.

Barbara Bouchet began her career modeling for magazine covers and appearing in television commercials, before eventually becoming an actress. Her first acting role was a minor part in What a Way to Go! (1964), which led to a series of other roles in the 1960s. She appeared in the films John Goldfarb, Please Come Home (1964), In Harm's Way (1964), and Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966). She appeared in a pictorial for the February 1967 edition of Playboy.

In Casino Royale (1967), she played the role of Miss Moneypenny. Her early films gave her the grounding in character development that she needed in order to tackle more substantial roles later on in her career. In 1968, she guest-starred in the Star Trek episode "By Any Other Name".

In 1970, she moved to Italy where she began acting in Italian films after growing tired of being typecast and unable to get starring roles in Hollywood. In Italy, she mostly appeared in giallo, poliziottesco and commedia erotica all'italiana films.

Bouchet also appeared in La Tarantola dal ventre nero (Black Belly of the Tarantula, 1971), a giallo mystery film. Other films in this era in which she appeared included:

Alla ricerca del piacere (Amuck, 1971)
Casa d'Appuntamento (French sex murders, 1972)
Milano calibro 9 (1972), with Gastone Moschin, a "poliziottesco" (gangster film)
Non si sevizia un paperino (1972)
L'Anatra all'arancia (Duck in Orange Sauce, 1975)
Con la rabbia agli occhi (Death Rage (1976), a giallo mafia film
40 gradi all'ombra del lenzuolo (Sex with a Smile), a commedia erotica.

In the 1980s, she became a television personality on Italian television.[citation needed] She starred with Gregory Peck in The Scarlet and The Black in 1983, a successful World War II war rescue TV movie. In 1985, she established a production company and started to produce a successful series of keep fit books and videos. In addition, she opened a fitness studio in Rome.

In 2002, she returned to American cinema, appearing in Gangs of New York, playing "Mrs. Schermerhorn".
Barry Corbin
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Barry Corbin (born October 16, 1940), is an American actor with more than 100 film, television, and video game credits.

Corbin began his career as a Shakespearean actor in the 1960s, but today he is more likely to be seen in the role of the local sheriff, military leader, or some other authority figure, though on occasion, he has effectively portrayed murderous villains, as well. To moviegoers, he is well remembered as General Beringer in WarGames, John Travolta's uncle Bob Davis in Urban Cowboy, co-starring with Clint Eastwood in Any Which Way You Can, or Roscoe Brown, July Johnson's bumbling deputy in the acclaimed western Lonesome Dove.

From 1979 until 1984, he appeared in several episodes of Dallas as Sheriff Fenton Washburn. In 1983, Corbin co-starred in the famed television miniseries The Thorn Birds. Corbin played Mary Carson's stockman Pete, who teaches the Cleary's sons how to shear sheep on their aunt's gigantic sheep station Drogheda, in Australia. In 1983-1984, Corbin played Merit Sawyer in the NBC television series Boone. Corbin's role was that of a stern father to the young actor Tom Byrd, who played Boone Sawyer, an aspiring singer. The program was set in rural Tennessee during the 1950s and was created by Earl Hamner, who had great success earlier with CBS's The Waltons. From 1990 to 1995, Corbin portrayed former astronaut and local business leader Maurice Minnifield on CBS's Northern Exposure, for which he received an Emmy Award nomination.

In 1994, Corbin narrated the acclaimed TBS documentary MoonShot, telling the story of the 1960s space race from the first-person viewpoint of Mercury Seven astronaut Deke Slayton. In 2007, He played the character Clay Johnson, father of Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on The Closer series.

From 2003-2008, Corbin played Whitey Durham, the basketball coach for the Tree Hill Ravens on The WB/CW teenage drama series One Tree Hill. He also had a role in 2008's Oscar-winning film No Country for Old Men.
Barry Williams
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Bernie Casey
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Casey was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 1961 as the 9th pick in the first round He played for eight NFL seasons: six with the 49ers and two with the Los Angeles Rams.

Casey had a productive career, and his most famous moment came in 1967 for the Rams in the next to last game of the season against the Green Bay Packers. The Rams needed to win to keep their division title hopes alive, but trailed the Packers 24-20 with under a minute to play. The Rams then blocked a punt and ran it back to the 5 yard line. After an incomplete pass, Casey caught the winning touchdown pass from Roman Gabriel with under 30 seconds to play to give the Rams a 27-24 victory. The Rams defeated the Colts the following week to win the Coastal Division title.

In a piece for NFL Films, he expressed his disillusionment with the NFL and professional sports in general, feeling like his creativity and individuality were thwarted by conservative elements in the league and ownership hierarchy.

Casey began his acting career in the film Guns of the Magnificent Seven, a sequel to The Magnificent Seven. Then he played opposite fellow former NFL star Jim Brown in the crime dramas ...tick...tick...tick... and Black Gunn. He also played Tamara Dobson's love interest in 1973's Cleopatra Jones. From there he moved between performances on television and the big screen such as playing team captain for the Chicago Bears in the TV film Brian's Song. In 1979 he starred as widower Mike Harris in the NBC television series Harris and Company, the first weekly American TV drama series centered on a black family. In 1980, he played Major Jeff Spender in the television mini-series The Martian Chronicles, based on the novel by Ray Bradbury.

In 1981, Casey played a detective opposite Burt Reynolds in the feature film Sharky's Machine, directed by Reynolds. He reunited with Reynolds a few years later for the crime story Rent-a-Cop.

In 1983, he played the role of CIA agent Felix Leiter in the non-Eon Productions James Bond film Never Say Never Again. He co-starred in Revenge of the Nerds and had a comedic role as Colonel Rhombus in the John Landis film Spies Like Us. Casey also appeared in the movie Hit Man.

Also during his career, he worked with such well-known directors as Martin Scorsese in his 1972 film Boxcar Bertha and appeared on such television series as The Streets of San Francisco and as U. N. Jefferson, the national head of the Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity in Revenge of the Nerds.

He played a version of himself, and other football players turned actors, in Keenen Ivory Wayans's 1988 comedic film I'm Gonna Git You Sucka. He played a high school teacher in the cult-classic Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, released in 1989. Casey appeared as a very influential prisoner with outside connections in Walter Hill's Another 48 Hrs.. In 1994, Casey guest-starred in a two-episode story arc in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (along with series star Avery Brooks) as the Maquis leader Lieutenant Commander Cal Hudson, and in 1995 as a guest-star on both SeaQuest 2032 as Admiral VanAlden and Babylon 5 as Derek Cranston.
Blanca Blanco
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Bobbi Eakes
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Bobbie Eakes is an American actress and singer. She is known for her role as Macy Alexander on The Bold and the Beautiful (1989-2000, 2001, 2002-2003) and for her role as Krystal Carey on All My Children (2003-2011).

Bonnie Bartlett
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Bonnie Bartlett (born June 20, 1929) is an American television and film actress. Her career spans over 60 years, with her first major role being on a 1950s daytime drama, Love of Life.

She is best known for her role as Ellen Craig on the medical drama series St. Elsewhere. She and her husband, actor William Daniels, who played her fictional husband Dr. Mark Craig, won the 1986 Emmy Awards on the same night, becoming the first married couple to accomplish the feat since Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in 1965.
Brett Halsey
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an American film actor, He is known for a prolific career in B pictures and in European made feature films as well as being the original John Abbott on the soap opera The Young and the Restless, a role he held from May 1980 to March 1981, before being replaced by Jerry Douglas.

He is the great nephew of Admiral Bull Halsey; Universal Pictures selected his acting name from the Admiral.

Interested in acting since he was a child, Brett was employed as a page at CBS Television studios. Whilst there he met Jack Benny and his wife Mary Livingstone who introduced him to the head of Universal Pictures who placed him in a school with other aspiring actors for the studio.

In 1958, Halsey guest starred in the episode "The Imposter" of Richard Carlson's syndicated western television series Mackenzie's Raiders, a fictional account of cavalry Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie. Also in 1958, Halsey had the lead role of a life-saving sailor in an episode of Highway Patrol. Halsey also guest starred in Wendell Corey's Harbor Command, a military drama about the United States Coast Guard. In 1959, he had a co-starring role in the science-fiction film The Atomic Submarine with Arthur Franz and Dick Foran. Halsey guest starred in the episode "Thin Ice" in 1959 of Paluzzi's NBC espionage series, Five Fingers, starring David Hedison.

From 1961–1962, Halsey starred with Barry Coe and Gary Lockwood in the ABC television series Follow the Sun, a story of two magazine free-lance writers living in Honolulu, Hawaii.

In 1961, Halsey won the Golden Globe Award for "New Star of the Year". His Follow the Sun co-star, Barry Coe, had won the same honor in 1960. The award was discontinued in 1983.

Halsey played supporting and co-starring roles in Hollywood, having appeared in such films as Return of the Fly (1959) with Vincent Price. By the early 1960s, he relocated to Italy where he found himself in high demand in a score of adventurous films such as Seven Swords for the King or The Avenger of Venice, being often cast a swashbuckling hero. he also appeared in a few Spaghetti Westerns and Eurospy films.

He returned to the United States in the early 1970s and worked in film and television. He made many appearances in such serials as General Hospital and Love Is a Many Splendored Thing, but also made supporting appearances in higher-profile films such as The Godfather Part III. He also appeared as the captain of a luxury space liner in the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century episode "Cruise Ship to the Stars".

Halsey worked with Italian horror director Lucio Fulci on such films such as Touch of Death, A Cat in the Brain and Demonia.
Brian Thompson
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Brian Thompson is an American character actor. Thompson has worked primarily in the action adventure and science fiction genres where his stature and unique appearance lends him to menacing roles.

His career began with a small role in the 1984 film The Terminator. He played the villanous "Night Slasher" in the 1986 film Cobra. His first named role was on Werewolf, a horror series that ran during Fox's inaugural broadcasting year of 1987-1988 Thompson has played several characters in the Star Trek franchise, the Alien Bounty Hunter on The X-Files, and Eddie Fiori on Kindred: The Embraced In 2014, he produced, wrote and starred in the B movie parody The Extendables.

Thompson was cast in The Terminator while still in school. He and Bill Paxton had minor roles as punk thugs.

He followed that up with "bad guy" roles on Moonlighting, Otherworld, Street Hawk and Knight Rider before landing the role in the Sylvester Stallone vehicle, Cobra (1986). Although the film was critically panned, it was a commercial success. The New York Times wrote of Thompson's portrayal, "the archvillain, a character that is a cross between a James Bond fantasy villain such as Jaws and a raging psychopath, delivers a scorching monologue - a feat of linguistic sophistication that Cobra would have a hard time matching."

He appeared in the film Rage and Honor (1992) as Conrad Drago. In 1993, Thompson landed a role on the large ensemble series Key West which was filmed on location in the Florida Keys. The series lasted for 13 episodes. In a departure from his previous work, he played a "new-age sheriff", which Thompson stated was his favorite role of his career The character uttered the introductory line, "I'm Sheriff Cody Jeremiah Jefferson. I'm a direct descendant of Wyatt Earp and the Lone Ranger. My personal heroes are Ted Nugent, Buddha and Davy Crockett. I am the last real lawman and the first peace officer of the 21st century."

The following year, Thompson began his tenure on The X-Files and followed that with roles in the science fiction-fantasy series Seven Days, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Charmed. Between these, Thompson made dozens of appearances in other series and films, often in similar roles. In 1996, he appeared in Dragonheart as the lead henchman of David Thewlis' villainous king. The fantasy film, starring Dennis Quaid and Sean Connery, was a moderate success.

Thompson then returned to the big screen as lead antagonist Shao Kahn in the film adaptation of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. In 2014, Thompson released The Extendables, a film he produced, written and starred in. A parody of movies like The Expendables, Thompson stated that it contained true-to-life instances from his own career.It was released via iTunes .
Bruce Boxleitner
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Bruce Boxleitner an American actor, and science fiction and suspense writer. He is known for his leading roles in the television series How the West Was Won, Bring 'Em Back Alive, Scarecrow and Mrs. King (with Kate Jackson), and Babylon 5 (as John Sheridan in seasons 2–5, 1994–98).

He is also known for his dual role as the characters Alan Bradley and Tron in the 1982 Walt Disney Pictures film Tron, a role which he reprised in the 2003 video game Tron 2.0, the 2006 Square-Enix/Disney crossover game Kingdom Hearts II, the 2010 film sequel, Tron: Legacy.
Carol Connors
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CAROL CONNORS IS A LEGENDARY SINGER-SONGWRITER. SHE HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR 10 MAJOR MUSIC AWARDS.. EMMY'S GRAMMY GOLDEN GLOBES AND 2 OSCARS, and is considered one of the ladies that broke through the glass ceiling.

TO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM was written by the genius of rock 'n roll phil spector off his fathers' epitaph who committed suicide.. he fell in love with carol's voice and she became the voice of the Teddy Bears,, "To Know Him Is To Love Him", Spector wrote specifically to showcase Connors' singing voice, reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in late 1958. she had a terrible car accident and this was one of the reasons the group broke up.

The reason ELVIS PRELSY became her first love , her very first love , was also because of To know him is to love him" He also fell in love with her voice and wanted 2 meet her. Elvis was her first love and they went together for 9 months.. cc today laughs and says, "Ishould of had his baby!!!!!"

She co-wrote ( Bill Conti and Ayn Robbins ) "Gonna Fly Now", the theme song from ROCKY which earned her one of her two Academy Award nominations, THE OTHER BEING FOR WALT DISNEY'S THE RESCUERS and today GONNA FLY NOW THE THEME FROM ROCKY is considered one of the most important themes in film history. Carol Connors co-wrote sang the theme to the film Orca, called "My Love, We Are One." WHICH HER FRIEND CLINT EASTWOOD, CALLS THE MAESTRO Ennio Morricone. It is considered today to be a cult classic according to the American film institute.

SHE IS THE ONLY GIRL IN THE HISTORY OF ROCK 'N ROLL MUSIC TO EVER WRITE A HOT ROD HIT.. "Hey Little Cobra" BY THE RIPCHORDS.. It went 2 ###1 AND BIGGER THAN LIFE CARROLL SHELBY WHO BUILT THE CAR GAVE HER A COBRA AND TOO HER TO MANS , FRANCE SHE OWNED 3 COBRAS IN ALL.. HER LAST COBRA IS WORTH OVER $1,300,000 2day. , she also co-wrote for one of the loves of her life, Robert, I SPY" CULP Billy Preston/Syreeta Wright's MEGA HIT duet "With You I'm Born Again". IT IS CONSIDERED 2DAY 2 B ONE OF THE GREAT LOVES SONGS OF OUR TIMES. Connors also wrote and performed songs for several films. The 1967 beach-party film Catalina Caper features her song "Book of Love" (not to be confused with the Monotones' song), co-written with Roger Christian, which she performed backed by The Cascades. She co-composed ALL THE songs FOR WALT Disney film, The Rescuers: " In 1983 Connors was nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award, for the 'Worst Original Song' for "It's Wrong for Me to Love You", from Butterfly, which she co-composed with Ennio Morricone.

SHE HAS AN HONORARY DOCTORATE IN FINE ARTS AND PUBLIC SERVICE FROM THE JOHN F. KENNEDY UNIVERSITY In 2011, SHE CONDUCTED THE ORCHESTRA TO THE THEME FROM ROCKY, "GONNA FLY NOW" IN WASHINGTON D.C. AT THE KENNEDY CENTER., PERFORMED AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL AND THEN WENT SCUBA DIVING AS THE STATUE OF LIBERTY IN KEY LARGO IN 50 FEET OF WATER TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE WOUNDED WARRIORS. A Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars was dedicated to her in 1999 A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT A MOMENT IN TIME IN HER LIFE IS CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION IT IS CALLED,

THE LAST SONG 4 ELVIS
THE NAME OF THE SONG THAT SHE WROTE IS " you loved my night away"
IT IS ABOUT HER LOVE AFFAIR WITH ELVIS, AND WAS WRITTEN THE NIGHT HE DIED
AUG. 16, 1977... 38 YEARS AGO
Charlotte Ross
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Born and raised in Winnetka, Illinois to Princeton and Harvard grads, it was expected that Charlotte Ross would follow in her parent's footsteps and continue in the field of education. However, falling in love with acting in the tender years of her childhood, Charlotte had other plans in mind and decided at an early age she would follow the "Hollywood" route instead.

From that moment on, Charlotte studied with anyone and everyone she possibly could to polish and sharpen her craft. She worked at Second City and the Goodman Theater in Chicago and earned an early living with numerous commercial and modeling gigs. Then a month after graduating from the famous New Trier High School, Charlotte made the move to Los Angeles where she quickly landed her first role in Hollywood as 'Eve Donovan' on Days of Our Lives, a role that later garnered her 2 Emmy Nominations. After a wonderful four years on the infamous Soap, she went on to pursue other roles. Charlotte then quickly jumped into starring in numerous TV movies including, Kiss So Deadly, Kidnapped in Paradise, Fall into Darkness, and She Says She's Innocent, to name a few. She also landed the lead in Aaron Spelling's, The Heights (FOX), which earned a Gold record for her and the cast's singing.

Since then Charlotte has remained a prominent figure in the entertainment industry, starring in TV series such as CBS's comedy The Five Mrs. Buchanans by Marc Cherry, FOX's Mommie and Me with Pauly Shore, NBC's ER and later their family drama Trinity. She also starred in Showtime's critically acclaimed Beggars and Choosers as 'Lorri Valpone', a role the Los Angeles Times said made Charlotte an "Emmy Shoe-in".

Before Beggars and Choosers was officially canceled after two seasons, Charlotte was asked to consider replacing Kim Delany on the Emmy Award winning show, NYPD Blue. Charlotte gratefully jumped at the opportunity and made her debut on the ever successful cop drama as the tough talking Irish Detective, 'Connie McDowell'. Again, the media's response to Charlotte echoed that of Beggars and Choosers saying "If NYPD Blue still had the popularity it once had, Charlotte would have a shelf of Emmy's".

At the end of her fifth season as 'Detective Connie McDowell' on NYPD Blue, Charlotte was 8 months pregnant with her first child and eager to take a break from acting to just be a Mom. After so many years of being so grateful for work, she craved a break and today still says that time off was the best decision she ever made.

Two years after the birth of her beautiful little boy, Max, Charlotte went back to work starring in the "re-tooled" second season of Jake in Progress , LIFETIME'S Nora Roberts film, Montana Sky, Christmas in Paradise, and Law & Order as the memorable character 'Anne Coltour', which once again generated Emmy buzz.

Today Charlotte stays busy with work and in addition to playing 'Quinn's' uptight, Escada wearing mother, 'Judy Fabray' on Glee, she continues to challenge and reinvent herself for a diverse array of roles. Whether it be showing off her athleticism as the first female umpire in professional baseball in "The Umpire", seducing Nicolas Cage as the white trash, tattoo covered sex cougar, 'Candy' in Summit's 3D film, Drive Angry, or starring in Street Kings: Motor City opposite Ray Liotta, Charlotte continues to captivate audiences and impress critics with her unbelievable range as an actress. In 2013, Charlotte starred on the hit series "Hit The Floor" on VH-1.
Now Charlotte is pursuing her lifelong dream of producing as well as acting and has numerous projects in development for both Feature Film distribution and television.
Chester Rushing
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Chester Rushing is an actor and musician best known for his role of Tommy H. on Netflix critically acclaimed series, Stranger Things.

His work spans such films as, Cold Moon, My Father Die, "The Duel, Don't Look in the Basement 2, and Believe Me. Chester has also appeared on the hit show NCIS: New Orleans and South of Hell. When Chester is not filming he tours with his band Chester Rushing performing hits from his album, "Halfway Across the Stars", produced by Ryan Greene. His original music has been remixed by several DJs across the globe including the hit single, "Paint the World", which reached #2 on the Italian EDM charts
Christina Hart
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Christina Hart is an American film producer/director, playwright and retired actress.

Originally from Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, she has acted in many popular movies such as The Stewardesses (1969), The Mad Bomber (1973) and Charley Varrick (1973).

The Stewardesses (1969) as Samantha
The Woman and Bloody Terror (1970) as Karen Washington
Red Sky at Morning (1971) as Velva Mae Cloyd
The Roommates (1973) as Paula
The Mad Bomber (1973) as Fromley's Victim
Charley Varrick (1973) as Jana
The Bunny Caper (aka Games Girls Play/Sex Play) (1974) as Bunny O'Hara
The Daughters of Joshua Cabe Return (1975) as Charity
The Runaway Barge (1975) as Reba Washburn
Keep Off My Grass! (1975)
Johnny Firecloud (1975) as June
Addie and the King of Hearts (1976) as Kathleen Tate
Dead of Night (1977) as Helen
Mean Dog Blues (1978) as Gloria Kinsman
The Night the City Screamed (1980) as Woman in Elevator
The Sophisticated Gents (1981) as Gerda
Hear No Evil (1982) as Sheila Green
The Check Is in the Mail... (1986) as Janet

Television
Ironside (1972) as Jan Ritter
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1972) as Jan Ritter
Can Ellen Be Saved? (1974) as Mary
Shazam! (1974) as Holly
The Rookies (1974) as Lorna Marsh
Petrocelli (1974) as Niki James
The Odd Couple (1975) as Susan
The Texas Wheelers (1975) as Librarian
The Blue Knight (1976) as Kiki
Helter Skelter (1976) as Patricia "Katie" Krenwinkel
Happy Days (1974-1976) as Carole Actman/Kitty
Charlie's Angels (1976) as Billie
C.P.O. Sharkey (1977) as Helen
The Six Million Dollar Man (1977) as Margaret
The Fantastic Journey (1977) as Gwenith
The Streets of San Francisco (1977) as Nancy Telson
Hawaii Five-O (1977) as Chris Harmon
Barnaby Jones (1976-1978) as Amanda/Jenna Smith
David Cassidy: Man Under Cover (1978) as Bobbi
The Incredible Hulk (1979) as Cassie Floyd
The Runaways (1979) as Jeanne Norris
Detective School (1979) as Yolanda
B.J. and the Bear (1980) as Janet Lockwood
The Love Boat (1981) as Cindy Sterling
Three's Company (1977-1981) as Francesca Angelino/Karen
Dynasty (1981) as Bedelia
CHiPs (1982)
Simon & Simon (1982) as Stewardess April
Airwolf (1985) as Mrs. Cove
Murder, She Wrote (1989) as Sister Maria
Christopher Riordan
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Once in Hollywood, his life changed completely. First, at M-G-M, where he was immediately given a small role in, "Somebody Up There Likes Me," and then after meeting Montgomery Clift, another role in, "Raintree County." Then, after a few years in Hollywood, his first name was changed to Christopher.

Christopher was kept busy between film, TV, stage, and nightclub work from then on. In 1962, Christopher was seen by Fred Astaire, and his choreographer, Hermes Pan, and was hired to dance with Barrie Chase. This union consisted of appearing in Las Vegas, on The Hollywood Palace, etc. Hermes Pan hired Christopher for several films ("My Fair Lady", "The Great Race", etc.) televisions shows (Carol Channing Special, The Hollywood Palace, etc.) ... and then, more serious acting parts started coming in. Eventually, Christopher even received 'Single Card Billing.' Not bad, for a kid who ran away from home to be in the movies.

And now, even in his 70's, Christopher is still doing films, television and nightclubs.

Christopher resides at Falcon Lair, the former home of Rudolph Valentino, and also, Doris Duke. Was hand-picked by Fred Astaire to succeed him as dance partner for Barrie Chase.

He was simultaneously offered roles in Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970)and Myra Breckinridge (1970), but turned the latter film down. Danced and choreographed under the name Ronnie Riordan. First chairman of the board of directors of the Professional Dancer's Society.

Christopher was the last actor to reside at Rudolph Valentino's home, Falcon Lair, as it originally stood. It is now under construction for a renovation and restoration. There will, undoubtedly, be some changes made.

Called film director, Lewis Milestone, the father he never had. Was also introduced by the Milestones as the son they never had. He still meets Barrie Chase for lunch at least once a week. They first worked together in 1962.

Occasionally performs his night-club act with accompanist, James Fredericks, Had roles in 8 Elvis Presley films and specials.

Provided background vocals on both renditions of the song "Ascot Gavotte" for the My Fair Lady (1964) soundtrack recording.

In 1956, when playing the role of Elizabeth Taylor's son in Raintree County (1957), he was only six years younger than she. Slightly more plausible, Montgomery Clift, who played the father, was 36, making him at least 18 years older than Christopher.

In 1952, Lewis Milestone (Christopher's "adoptive" father), directed William Cottrell in his film version of Les Miserables (1952). In 1993, Christopher directed William Cottrell in his stage version of "Don Juan in Hell." Mr. Cottrell was the narrator, the role he had in the 1951 premiere performance of "Don Juan," which starred, Charles Laughton, Charles Boyer, Cedric Hardwicke, and Agnes Moorehead. Mr. Cottrell was also the man Marlon Brando chose to coach him when the two appeared in the film, Julius Caesar (1953).
Cynthia Pepper
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is a blonde American actress whose principal work was accomplished during the early 1960s.

In 1960, Pepper appeared three episodes of two ABC detective series, Bourbon Street Beat, with Andrew Duggan and Richard Long, and 77 Sunset Stripwith Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Roger Smith, and Edd Byrnes.

In 1960-1961, she was cast as next-door teenager Jean Pearson, the romantic interest of young Mike Douglas, played by Tim Considine, in Fred MacMurrays long-running My Three Sons. The next year, Pepper starred in her own 26-week series, Margie in the role of the Roaring Twenties teenager Margie Clayton. Pepper was actually twenty-one at the time Margie went on the air. Margie followed My Three Sons on the ABC Thursday night schedule. Her costars on Margie included Penny Parker as her friend Maybelle Jackson and Tommy Ivo as boyfriend Haywood Botts. Character actor Dave Willock played her father, Harvey Clayton. Wesley Marie Tackitt portrayed her mother, Nora Clayton.

On February 2, 1962, just weeks before Margie ended its run, Pepper appeared as herself on the program Here's Hollywood with hostess Helen O'Connell. The program interviewed celebrities, often at their homes.

After Margie, Pepper appeared in 1964 as Corporal Midge Riley with Elvis Presley in the film Kissin' Cousins. In 2002-2003, she appeared in television documentaries about Presleys life and recalled her own experiences with him.

In 1964, Pepper returned to My Three Sons for a final guest appearance. The story line had her returning to fictitious Bryant Park and hoping to see Mike Douglas one more time only to learn he is engaged to Sally Ann Morrison. Thereafter, her roles were limited to guest appearances on such series as The Addams Family with John Astin, Julia with Diahann Carroll and Lloyd Nolan, The Flying Nun with Sally Field, and the short-lived The Jimmy Stewart Show in 1972.
David Hedison
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an Armenian-American film, television, and stage actor. He was billed as Al Hedison in his early film work.

In 1959, when he was cast in the role of Victor Sebastian in the short-lived espionage television series Five Fingers, NBC insisted that he change his name. It was proposed that he use his middle name and he has been known as David Hedison ever since.

After his role in A Month in the Country, Hedison signed a film contract with 20th Century-Fox. His first movie with them was the classic war film The Enemy Below, which also starred Robert Mitchum. He followed that up with the 1958 horror classic The Fly. Other films in which he appeared include The Son of Robin Hood, Marines, Let's Go!, The Lost World, The Greatest Story Ever Told; ffolkes and The Naked Face. Hedison was the first actor to play James Bond's ally Felix Leiter in more than one film (Live and Let Die and Licence to Kill).

Much of Hedison's acting career has been on television. In 1961, he appeared with Geraldine Brooks (1925–1977) in an episode of ABC's Bus Stop with Marilyn Maxwell, for which Brooks was nominated for an Emmy Award. He was cast as a counter espionage agent who traveled the world as a Hollywood talent agent in the 16-episode series Five Fingers. He followed that up with a starring role as Captain Lee Crane in the ABC television version of Irwin Allen's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea with Richard Basehart. The show ran for four years. He also had a semi-regular role on ABC's The Colbys.

In 1990, he was the series host for Phenomenal World. He appeared in the television movie A.D. as well as The Saint Family, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, The Bob Newhart Show, Charlie's Angels, The A-Team, Knight Rider, and Wonder Woman, among many others. He played Spencer Harrison on the American soap opera Another World from 1991 to 1996. He followed that up in 2004 with a role on The Young and the Restless as Arthur Hendricks. His most recent role was in 2005's The Reality Trap. Also appeared in the 2001 movie "Mach 2". In 2010 he fell victim in prankster Kayvan Novak's Facejacker.
David Stollery
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David Stollery, is a former American child actor and, as an adult, a noted industrial designer. He appeared in numerous Disney movies and television programs in the 1950s. He is best known for his teenage role as the loner "Marty" in the television serials Spin and Marty on the Mickey Mouse Club in the mid-1950s.

At the age of seven, he was named "Child Actor of the Year" for his role in the Broadway production On Borrowed Time. He then appeared in several films, including A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court in 1949 and Where Danger Lives in 1950. In the early 1950s, Stollery appeared in various television programs, including I Love Lucy, Dragnet, My Friend Irma, The Red Skelton Show, and The Ray Milland Show.

It was on the latter program, in the role of "The Prodigy", that Walt Disney took notice of his acting and had the 14-year-old signed a Disney Studio contract to play the lead character of "Marty Markham" in the Spin and Marty serials televised on the Mickey Mouse Club between 1955 and 1957
Deanna Lund
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is an American film and television actress best remembered for her role in the Irwin Allen television series Land of the Giants, where she played the character of Valerie Ames Scott.

Valerie in Giantland, a novella written by Lund, is based on the Land of the Giants series, and set ten years later; written from the point of view of Lund's character, Valerie Ames. She also played the lead role in the 1989 Christmas horror film Elves.
Debi Storm
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She began her career in Hollywood on a children’s program, “Romper Room”. Throughout her career she worked in numerous major motion pictures and episodic television shows.

Some of her credits include playing Bob Hope's daughter in “Eight on the Lam”, co-starring with David Jansen in "The Fugitive", and her memorable role as Molly Webber on the “Brady Bunch”. Other credits include "I Spy", "F.B.I.", "Adam 12", "Dallas", "Big Valley", "Dr. Kildare","Emergency", "Bonanza", "Invaders", and many more. She has also done close to 100 commercials. Her movie debut was at the young age of 6 in “A Patch of Blue" with Sidney Poitier”.
Dedee Pfeiffer
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Dedee Pfeiffer was born in Midway City, California, the daughter of Donna and Richard Pfeiffer, a heating and air-conditioning contractor.

Her parents were both originally from North Dakota. Her paternal grandfather was of German ancestry and her paternal grandmother was of English, Welsh, French, Irish, and Dutch descent, while her maternal grandfather was of Swiss-German descent and her maternal grandmother was of Swedish ancestry. She is the sister of actress Michelle Pfeiffer.

Dedee began her acting career at the age of 21 with an appearance on "Simon & Simon" an American detective television series starring Gerald McRaney and Jameson Parker.

That same year, Dedee made her movie debut in "Into the Night" a 1985 American comedy-thriller film directed by John Landis, playing opposite Jeff Goldblum and her sister Michelle. Pfeiffer's.

Dedee later would go on to pose for Playboy magazine's February 2002 edition, and was featured worldwide in many other cover editions of Playboy in various countries.

Along with acting on stage, Dedee starred in many films and on TV. One of her best-known TV roles is on Cybill Shepherd's television series "Cybill" as her daughter, 'Rachel Blanders.' Dedee also starred in the TV series "For Your Love" from 1998 to 2002. She also was in "Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back"

She co-starred with Susanna Hoffs in "The Allnighter" and has made guest appearances on the TV shows "Supernatural", "Burn Notice", "ER", "Wings", "Murder, She Wrote", "Ellen", "Seinfeld", "Friends", "Dream On", "CSI: NY", "Without A Trace", and "The Dead Zone" among many others.

Dedee continues in her acting career, and is also pursuing a new career in the field of forensic psychology and is now studying for a master's degree.
Dee Dee Phelps
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Dee Dee Phelps a singer-songwriter and author from Santa Monica, California, best known as half the popular 1960s musical duo Dick and Dee Dee She became a professional writer in 2007, publishing her award-winning memoir Vinyl Highway.

In 2008, Dee Dee joined with singer/actor Michael Dunn to revive the Dick and Dee Dee act live. More recently, in 2013, Dee Dee is now teamed with Deke Detanna, lead singer of Deke and the Blazers. The duo performs all over the country, singing classic Dick and Dee Dee hits.
Dennis Christopher
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Dennis Christopher is an American film actor. He is best known for his roles in Breaking Away (1979), Fade to Black (1980), Chariots of Fire (1981) and Django Unchained (2012). He has appeared in nearly 40 movies and made-for-TV movies since 1975.

Dennis Duckwall
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Dennis Duckwall is a well-known producer, director, editor, and production manager. He has produced many television shows / movies including: Scarecrow & Mrs. King, Vega$, The Magnificent Seven, She Spies, Fusion, and Chemistry.

He also directed several episodes of Scarecrow & Mrs. King. Dennis's editing credits include: Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story, Through Naked Eyes, For Lovers Only, Killjoy, No Place to Hide, Vega$, The Return of the Mod Squad, and The Love Boat.
Diora Baird
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an American actress and former model for Guess? who has appeared in films such as Wedding Crashers (2005), Accepted (2006), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006), My Best Friend's Girl (2008), Stan Helsing (2009), and Transit (2012).

Dodie Stevens
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Dodie Stevens is an American rock and pop singer. She is best known for her 1959 song "Pink Shoe Laces", which she performed at 13 years old.

Dona Speir
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Gorgeously buxom, shapely, and statuesque blonde knockout Dona Speir was born on February 7, 1964 in Norwalk, California. Spier was a gymnast and runner while growing up in Newport Beach, California. Dona was a Mint 400 queen in 1983.

Speir was the Playmate of the Month in the March, 1984 issue of "Playboy." Not surprisingly, she went to to appear in several "Playboy" related videos and did follow-up pictorials in a few additional issues of the popular men's magazine. Dona made guest appearances on episodes of the TV shows "Automan," "Mike Hammer," "Matt Houston," "Knight Rider," and "Married with Children." She's perhaps best known for portraying tough, gun-toting federal drug enforcement agent Donna Hamilton in seven low-budget action exploitation features for director Andy Sidaris: "Hard Ticket to Hawaii," "Picasso Trigger," "Savage Beach," "Guns," "Do or Die," "Hard Hunted," and "Fit to Kill." Speir was especially memorable as bitchy veteran model Nancy Johnson in "Click: The Calender Girl Killer." Moreover, she popped up in small parts in the films "Doin' Time," "Dragnet," and "Mortuary Academy." Dona Speir called it a day as an actress in the mid-1990's.
Eric Roberts
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His career began with King of the Gypsies (1978), earning a Golden Globe nomination for best actor debut.

He starred as the protagonist in the 1980 dramatization of Willa Cather's 1905 short story, Paul's Case. He earned both a Golden Globe and Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in Runaway Train (1985). Through the 1990s and 2000s he maintained dramatic film and TV-movie roles while appearing in TV series. His TV work includes three seasons with the sitcom Less than Perfect and a recurring role on the NBC drama Heroes. His sisters Julia Roberts . Eric got his start on the now-defunct NBC daytime soap opera Another World originating the role of Ted Bancroft from February 14, 1977, to June 17, 1977.

Roberts received Golden Globe nominations for his early starring roles in King of the Gypsies (1978) and Star 80 (1983). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1985 for his role as the escaped convict Buck in the film Runaway Train; the award went to Don Ameche in Cocoon. In 1987, he won the Theatre World Award for his Broadway debut performance in Burn This.

Roberts's other starring roles included Raggedy Man (1981), The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984), The Coca-Cola Kid (1985), Nobody's Fool (1986), Best of the Best (1989), By the Sword (1991), Best of the Best 2 (1993), The Immortals (1995), La Cucaracha (1998), Purgatory (1999), and Stiletto Dance (2001). He also had major supporting roles in the films Final Analysis (1992), The Specialist (1994), and Shannon's Rainbow (2009). He played the Archangel Michael in The Prophecy II (1997).

In 1996, he appeared in the Doctor Who Television film in the role of the fourth Master. As of 2011, he is the only American actor to play the role. When SFX listed previous Masters in Doctor Who, the magazine said of Roberts: "Out-acted by a CGI snake in the same production." In a darkly comic touch, the onscreen wife of Roberts' human character, who is killed by her newly possessed husband (who is taken over by the Master in the form of the above-mentioned CGI snake), is played by his real-life wife.

His recent projects include A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, DOA: Dead or Alive and Royal Kill. He appeared in The Dark Knight as Sal Maroni, a Gotham City Mafia boss who hires The Joker to kill the titular superhero and a renegade mob accountant.

Roberts co-starred on the ABC situation comedy Less than Perfect. He appeared in an episode of CSI: Miami as Ken Kramer, a murderer on death row convicted of killing a young couple. Another notable TV appearance was the episode "Victims" of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit where he played Sam Winfield, a former cop turned vigilante. In the same year, he was also guest starred on The L Word as Gabriel McCutcheon, the father of Shane McCutcheon. In early January 2007, Roberts starred in the two-part mini-series Pandemic as the mayor of Los Angeles.

Roberts voiced the Superman villain Mongul in the animated series Justice League, and reprised his role in Justice League Unlimited in the episode "For the Man Who Has Everything". He performed the voice of Dark Danny in Nickelodeon's Danny Phantom. He appeared in the first season of Heroes as Thompson, an associate of Mr. Bennet.He then reprised the role in the third-season episode "Villains" and in the fourth-season "The Wall".

Roberts appeared in The Killers music video for their song "Mr. Brightside" and "Miss Atomic Bomb" as well as in the music videos for Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" and "It's Like That". In 2006, he appeared in the video for Akon's "Smack That", featuring Eminem. In 2007, he appeared in the video for Godhead's "Hey You". He appeared as a panelist on the television game show Hollywood Squares. In February 2009, Oscar nominee Mickey Rourke, who starred with Roberts in The Pope of Greenwich Village, said he hoped that Roberts would soon be offered a role which would resurrect his career in the way that The Wrestler rejuvenated Rourke's.

He portrayed Seth Blanchard on the second season of the Starz series, Crash, from 2009. In 2009, Roberts appeared as himself in "Tree Trippers", a season five episode of Entourage. He is portrayed as a mushroom and drug fanatic as he gives the boys mushrooms and joins them to Joshua Tree National Park to trip as they contemplate Vince's next movie decision. It was announced in June 2010 that he would be joining the cast of the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless starting July 12.In 2010, he appeared in the action film The Expendables. Later that year, he appeared alongside Steve Austin and Gary Daniels, his co-stars from The Expendables, in the 2010 action film Hunt to Kill. December 2010 saw the premiere of the fourth season of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which documented Roberts' struggle with dependency on medical marijuana. Roberts starred in the 2012 mystery thriller Deadline, playing the role of politically incorrect reporter Ronnie Bullock.
Fred Williamson
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an American actor and former professional American footballdefensive back who played mainly in the American Football League during the 1960s He has black belts in Kenpo, Shotokan karate and taekwondo.

After playing college football for Northwestern in the late 1950s, he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Pittsburgh Steelers When during training camp he was switched to their defense, his attitude over the switch prompted him to play his position with too much aggression, and the coach of the 49ers asked him to quit "hammering" his players. Thus, "The Hammer" quickly stuck and became his nickname.

Williamson played one year for the Steelers in the National Football League in 1960. Next, he moved to the new American Football League. Williamson played four seasons for the AFL's Oakland Raiders, making the AFL All-Star team in 1961, 1962, and 1963. He also played three seasons for the AFL's Kansas City Chiefs.

During his period of playing for the Chiefs, Williamson became one of football's first self-promoters, nurturing the nickname "The Hammer" because he used his forearm to deliver karate-style blows to the heads of opposing players, especially wide receivers. Before Super Bowl I, Williamson gathered national headlines by boasting that he would knock the Green Bay Packers starting receivers, Carroll Dale and Boyd Dowler, out of the game. He stated "Two hammers to (Boyd) Dowler, one to (Carroll) Dale should be enough".

His prediction turned out to be an ironic one because "they (Green Bay) broke the hammer" as Williamson himself was knocked out of the game in the fourth quarter on the way to a 35-10 defeat. Williamson's head met the knee of the Packers' running back Donny Anderson. Williamson later suffered a broken arm from his own teammate when Chiefs linebacker Sherrill Headrick fell on him.

Williamson finished his eight-season pro football career in 1967 with a history of many hard tackles, passes knocked away, and 36 pass interceptions in 104 games. Williamson returned his interceptions for 479 yards and two touchdowns.

Williamson became an actor much in the mold of star running back Jim Brown. He acted alongside Brown in films such as 1974's Three the Hard Way, 1975's Take a Hard Ride, 1982's One Down, Two to Go, 1996's Original Gangstas and 2002's On the Edge. He also guest starred with Brown in various television roles. In October 1973, Williamson posed nude for Playgirl magazine, preempting Brown's appearance in 1974. Williamson's early television roles included a role in the 1969 Star Trek episode "The Cloud Minders", in which he played "Anka". He also played Diahann Carroll's love interest in the sitcom Julia. In an interview for the DVD of Bronx Warriors, Williamson stated that his role in Julia was created for him when he convinced the producers that the Black community was upset that Julia had a different boyfriend every week.

Williamson's early film work included roles in M*A*S*H and Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon. In 1973 he played the role of an African-American mafioso in the film Black Caesar and its subsequent sequel, Hell Up in Harlem. He also starred in the 1975 western film Boss Nigger, in which he played the title role. After this he appeared as an actor in several films, most of which are considered to be of the "blaxploitation" genre. In 1974 he starred alongside Peter Boyle and Eli Wallach in the movie Crazy Joe.

In 1974, he was selected by the ABC television network as a commentator on Monday Night Football to replace Don Meredith, who had left to pursue an acting and broadcasting career at rival network NBC. Williamson was used on a few pre-season broadcasts, but was quickly declared unsuitable by ABC. He was relieved of his duties at the beginning of the regular season, becoming the first MNF personality not to endure for an entire season. He was replaced by the fellow former player (and fellow Gary, Indiana, native) Alex Karras.

Since that time, Williamson has continued his career as an actor and director, recently appearing in the 2004 feature film version of the 1970s television series Starsky and Hutch.

In 1985, he co-starred in the short-lived series Half Nelson.

During the mid-to-late 1980s and early 1990s, Williamson frequently appeared on television as a spokesman for King Cobra ("Don't let the smooth taste fool you."), as did fellow actor/martial artist Martin Kove. In 1994, Williamson, along with many other black actors from the 'Blaxploitation' movie era (namely Antonio Fargas, Pam Grier, Rudy Ray Moore, and Ron O'Neal) made a cameo appearance on Snoop Doggy Dogg's music video "Doggy Dogg World", where he appears as himself using his pro-football nickname "The Hammer".

Williamson co-starred with George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino in 1996's From Dusk till Dawn, directed by Robert Rodriguez. He was in the cast of 1978's original The Inglorious Bastards, which would later inspire Tarantino's 2009 film of similar name.

Since the 1970s, Williamson has also been an active director and producer. His first film as producer was Boss Nigger (1975), in which he also starred. His second film as producer was in 1976 with Mean Johnny Barrows, a significant predecessor of the Rambo films which similarly featured a violent Vietnam Vet plot (however, the novel First Blood of which the film First Blood was based, was written in 1972). He has since directed over 20 features.

In the middle of the 1970s, Williamson relocated to Rome, Italy and formed his own company Po' Boy Productions, which started to produce actioners including Adios Amigo (1976) and Death Journey (1976), both of which starred and were directed by Williamson. Although his most recent efforts as director and producer have mainly been direct-to-video, Williamson has continued to remain active with films
George Hamilton
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George Stevens Hamilton (born August 12, 1939) is an American film and television actor. His notable films include Home from the Hill (1960), Light in the Piazza (1962),

Your Cheatin' Heart (1964), Once Is Not Enough (1975), Love at First Bite (1979), Zorro, The Gay Blade (1981), The Godfather: Part III (1990), Doc Hollywood (1991), 8 Heads in a Duffle Bag (1997), Hollywood Ending (2002) and The Congressman (2016). For his debut performance in Crime and Punishment U.S.A. (1959), Hamilton won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for a BAFTA Award. He has received one additional BAFTA nomination and two additional Golden Globe nominations.
Greg Morton
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Greg Morton is a former child actor, having appeared opposite such Hollywood icons as Kate Jackson, Beverly Garland, Shirley Jones and Bruce Boxleitner. He is an adventure novelist, motivational writer, outdoor adventure filmmaker and radio talk show host..

Greg's literary work includes action/adventure fiction, motivational non-fiction, poetry and family fantasy/adventure. He can currently be seen on reoccurring webisodes of The Micro-Adventures and can be heard as the host of the radio program The Morton Podcast (with wife/co-host Sandra!).

Greg's motivational writings, amusing tales, flash poetry, photography and more is enjoyed worldwide on his website Morton Design Works.

...Television
At age ten, Greg Morton was a television actor, appearing in a number of commercial advertisements for such companies as Texas Instruments, McDonald's, Mattel, Friendly's Ice Cream and Van de Kamps. In 1985, Greg appeared with Shirley Jones and Len Cariou in the Emmy nominated, made for television movie There Were Times, Dear. He was also featured in all four seasons (1983-1987) of the Emmy Award winning CBS hit Scarecrow and Mrs. King, as Kate Jackson's youngest son Jamie. The show also featured the legendary Beverly Garland (My Three Sons, Lois & Clark), longtime Hollywood leading man Bruce Boxleitner (Tron, Babylon 5), the beautiful and funny Martha Smith (Animal House), longtime character actor Mel Stewart, and Young Artist Award nominee Paul Stout.

...Literature
Greg released his first novel to rave reviews, the action packed The Fury of the Bear, in 2010. The novel is the first to feature Virgil "Bear" Ryan and his mountain rescue team. In the book, Bear Ryan is hired to salvage a plane crash high in the Andes Mountains that holds the clues to finding a century's old Incan treasure, and discovers he isn't the only one trying to uncover the mystery. In 2011, Greg released the exciting conclusion to the story with the sequel To Catch a Fox. Also in 2011, Greg published the untitled poems, a deeply personal collection of poems and photography. In 2012, Greg released the autobiographical Lifting a Foot Forward: A Lesson in Balance. The book follows Greg's life from his early days as a child actor to his introduction to poetry and writing, his experiences as an athlete to his life as a business professional. He recalls the special moments in his life that lead up to the ultimate life-changing event; his having to be airlifted off of a mountainside while alpine climbing in January 2008. His memoir takes readers on the journey that became the catalyst to following his dreams and living a balanced life. In the fall of 2012 Greg released his much anticipated A House in a Field of Reeds. The collection of short stories highlights each season of the year, taking a whimsical look at the world of fantasy and adventure. A House in a Field of Reeds is a look back to the classics of folk lore and fairy tales, a perfect opportunity to gather the whole family and discover the adventures together. Greg is also currently working on the next installment of the Virgil "Bear" Ryan series...

...Design
Greg is the creative force behind the sports themed apparel company Formula : Sport. He has been designing sports themed t-shirts since 2003, and offers a variety for nearly every sports fan. Do you have the right Formula?

...Web
Greg is the star of the web series The Micro-Adventures, a video diary of some amazing places and Greg's love for the great outdoors. The series is proof that anyone can have an affordable, fun adventure without traveling across the globe.

...Radio
In 2012 Greg launched The Morton Podcast! Greg, with his wife and co-host Sandra, take a new look at life through the lens of laughter, creativity, inspiration and motivation. Each show a new topic is discussed, phone calls from listeners are taken and a new perspective is discovered about the world around them.
Ian Ziering
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Ian Ziering (pronounced "EYE-AN" and rhymes with Brian) was born on March 30, 1964, and was raised in West Orange, New Jersey, a suburb of New York City. By the mid-1970s, young Ian was landing spots in national commercials at the age of 12, which led to roles in various soap operas and stage plays, most notably Guiding Light, the Broadway production of I Remember Mama and, in a national touring production of Peter Pan.

In 1981 he made his feature film debut in Endless Love (as Brooke Shields' little brother) - a film that also marked the big-screen debuts of Tom Cruise and James Spader. However, in 1990, Ziering landed the role that would change his life - "Steve Sanders" on the teen drama, Beverly Hills 90210. The show brought instant, worldwide fame to the cast. Ian was suddenly an international heartthrob and played the role for the show's entire ten-year run. During his years on90210 he was also featured in various films and television shows, including Russell Crowe's No Way Back, What I Like About You and Melrose Place, to name a few.

Since 90210, Ziering has appeared on numerous television shows including CSI: NY, JAG and Fran Drescher's Happily Divorced. In addition he has continued to be one of the most in-demand actors for various animated films and television shows including Spider-Man, Mighty Ducks, Batman Beyond and Biker Mice from Mars. In 2005, in a real change of pace from his normal acting roles, Ziering also appeared in the Tony Scott feature film thriller, Domino, with Keira Knightley. Other film credits include National Lampoon's The Legend of Awesomest Maximus, That's My Boy with Adam Sandler, An American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars with Nia Vardalos, and the forthcomng Snake and Mongoose.

In 2007, Ziering showed the world that he was a true triple threat when he signed on to the fourth season of the hit ABC series, Dancing with the Stars. A fan and judges favorite with his partner, two-time Mirror Ball Champion Cheryl Burke, the pair eventually danced their way into the show's semifinals. In addition to his ongoing acting roles and voice over work, Ian is a much sought-after television host and, was most recently seen hosting HGTV's A-List Pets.

2013 has proven to be a major year for Ziering both professionally and personally. In June, at 49 years old, Ian became a Las Vegas headliner when he starred as the special celebrity guest host of the award-winning production of Chippendales at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. Taking on this new role, the actor hit the gym and dropped 30 pounds, transforming himself into a fit (at 49) and muscled man, thrilling the sold-out audiences. His Chippendales engagement brought him a new wave of fans and international acclaim, thrusting him once again into the limelight.

During his final week with the Chippendales in Las Vegas, Ian's small-budget film Sharknado aired on the SyFy Channel, instantly becoming a social media and worldwide phenomenon. Garnering more than 5,000 tweets per minute during its initial broadcast - more than any other television show to date - Sharknado became an instant science fiction, cult classic and, even received a theatrical release in movie theatres around the world due to its popularity with fans. In the summer of 2014, Ian reprised his role as Fin Shepard in Sharknado 2: The Second One, which like the first one, became a worldwide phenomenon.

In addition to his Sharknado and Chippendales successes, in 2013, Ian's personal life saw some changes as well. He and his wife, nurse Erin Ludwig Ziering, welcomed their second daughter, Penna Mae. Their first daughter, Mia Loren, was born on the same day, two years earlier. The quintessential father and family man, Ian was named DaddyScrubs "Daddy of the Year 2013," an award which recognizes fathers who are extremely proactive in raising their children. Ian currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and daugthers.

In 2015 Ian starred on Donald Trump's "The Celebrity Apprentice". In the end, he walked away raising $325,000 for his charity the "Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation". This charity raises awareness for the blistering skin condition with devastating affects for children. In July 2016, Ian reprised his role again as "Fin Shepard" in the TV movie "Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens.

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Julie Newmar
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is an American actress, dancer and singer. Her most famous role is Catwoman in the Batman television series.

Newmar was a "dancer-assassin" in Slaves of Babylon (1953) and the "gilded girl" in Serpent of the Nile (1953), in which she was clad in gold paint. She danced in several other films, including The Band Wagon and Demetrius and the Gladiators, and was a ballerina with the Los Angeles Opera. She also worked as a choreographer and dancer for Universal Studios.

Her first major role, billed as "Julie Newmeyer", was as "Dorcas", one of the brides in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954). Her three minute Broadway appearance as the leggy "Stupefyin' Jones" in the musical Li'l Abner in 1956 led to a reprise in the 1959 film version. She was also the female lead in a low-budget comedy, The Rookie. She also featured in many further films including the 1969 production, Mackenna's Gold.

Newmar had first appeared on Broadway in 1955 in Silk Stockings which starred Hildegarde Neff and Don Ameche. She also appeared in the 1961 play, The Marriage-Go-Round, which starred Charles Boyer and Claudette Colbert. Newmar developed the role of the Swedish vixen and won a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actress. She later appeared on stage with Joel Grey in the national tour of Stop the World - I Want to Get Off and as "Lola" in Damn Yankees! and "Irma" in Irma La Douce.

Newmar appeared in a pictorial, in the May 1968 issue of Playboy magazine, which featured Playmate Elizabeth Jordan.

from the trailer for The Maltese Bippy (1969)

Newmar's fame stems mainly from her television appearances. Her statuesque form made her a larger than life sex symbol, most often cast as a temptress or amazonian beauty, including an early appearance in sexy maid costume for the Phil Silvers Show, later known as Sgt. Bilko. She starred as "Rhoda the Robot" in the TV series My Living Doll (1964 - 1965), and is known for her recurring role in the 1960s TV series Batman as the Catwoman, the "purrfect" villainess. (Lee Meriwether played Catwoman in the 1966 feature film and Eartha Kitt in the series' final season.) Newmar made her own Catwoman costume now in the Smithsonian Institution and placed the belt at the hips instead of the waist to emphasize her hourglass figure.

In 1962, Newmar appeared twice as motorcycle-riding, free-spirited heiress Vicki Russell on Route 66, filmed in Tucson, Arizona ("How Much a Pound is Albatross") and in Tennessee ("Give the Old Cat a Tender Mouse"). She guest-starred on The Twilight Zone as the devil, F Troop as an Indian princess, Bewitched as a cat named Ophelia given human form by Endora, The Beverly Hillbillies, and Get Smart as a double agent assigned to Maxwell Smart's apartment posing as a maid. In 1967, she guest-starred as April Conquest in an episode of The Monkees, and was a pregnant princess in the Star Trek episode "Friday's Child". She had guest roles in Columbo and The Bionic Woman during the 1970s.

Newmar appeared in several low-budget films during the next two decades. She guest-starred on TV, appearing on The Love Boat, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Hart to Hart, CHiPs and Fantasy Island. She was seen in George Michael's video clip Too Funky in 1992, and appeared as herself in a 1996 episode of Melrose Place.

The 1995 film To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar pays homage to the actress; Newmar herself makes a cameo appearance near the film's end.

In 2003, Newmar appeared as herself in the TV-Movie Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt alongside former Batman co-stars Adam West, Burt Ward, Frank Gorshin and Lee Meriwether. Julia Rose played Newmar in flashbacks to the production of the TV series.

Fashion designer Thierry Mugler, selected her as his model-muse for the catwalk of his 20 year couture celebration in Paris.

Julie Newmar at the 2007 Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Ribbon of Hope Celebration

In the 1970s, Newmar received two US patents for pantyhose and one for a brassiere. The pantyhose were described as having "cheeky derriere relief" and promoted under the name "Nudemar". The brassiere was described as "nearly invisible" and in the style of Marilyn Monroe.
Julienne Davis
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Julienne Davis is an American actress, singer and model.

Davis was born in Los Angeles, California. Her acting credits include the role of "Mandy" in Eyes Wide Shut, Tabloid, House of 9, and The Bill, as well as being a main cast member of the television series Too Much Sun. She also appeared in an advertisement for Carling beer. Prior to acting, she worked as a fashion model for print, editorial, and catalogues, most notably for Gossard Bras and the Pirelli Calendar. Davis is co-writer, co-producer, and lead vocalist for the band Sophisticated Savage.
Kent McCord
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is an American actor, best known for his role as Officer Jim Reed on the television series Adam-12.

He first appeared on television in 1962 The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet. He became a close friend of Ricky Nelson and made a total of 44 appearances on the program over the next few years. He also landed small parts in three Elvis Presley films. He also appeared as a motorcycle courier in a McHale's Navy episode titled "Monkey Business 007" under the name Kent McWhirter.

After working in a variety of secondary roles, he got his big break in 1968 when he was given a lead role next to Martin Milner as rookie LAPD police officer James A. "Jim" Reed on Adam-12, a police drama television series created by Jack Webb. The popular show ran on NBC from 1968 to 1975. In the first season of Jack Webb's Dragnet 1967, he appeared twice. The first appearance, in the episode "The Big Explosion", saw him credited under his legal name. The second, in the episode "The Interrogation", McCord was credited under his stage name, and he played the role of a Los Angeles Police Department officer who had allegedly robbed a store while working an undercover narcotics detail fresh out of the police academy. McCord went on to appear five additional times in the second season, three times as unnamed officers and twice as his eventual Adam-12 character Jim Reed. He appeared one more time on Dragnet as Reed before the character became exclusive to Adam-12.

In 1972, McCord was elected to the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild and served on the board for 11 years. He served as the first national vice president[1] while on the National Board of Directors.

McCord appeared as a downed fighter ace on the 1970s series Baa Baa Black Sheep. In 1980, he played Troy on the short-lived series Galactica 1980. Two years later, Webb tabbed him for a new Dragnet series he was ready to launch, with McCord to play the partner to Webb's Joe Friday. Webb died in December 1982, however, before any of the episodes he wrote could be produced. In 1982, McCord played Mr. Unger on Airplane II: The Sequel, his only comedy role to date.

In 1989, he co-starred on the short-lived crime drama Unsub. He re-teamed with Martin Milner, his co-star in "Adam-12", in the cable TV-movie Nashville Beat (1990), originally shown on The Nashville Network (now Spike). In 1990, McCord appeared in the film Predator 2 as Captain Pilgrim. He appeared as Jack in Out for Justice (1991), and played John Reynolds in Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993)

From 1994-95, McCord played the recurring role of Scott Keller on seaQuest DSV. He appeared in three episodes of JAG, and, most recently, became a semiregular guest star on Farscape. He played two versions (one human and one alien appearing in the physical form of the human) of the same character, Jack Crichton.
Kim Lankford
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Kim Lankford is an American actress and businesswoman. best known for her role as Ginger Ward on Knots Landing from 1979 to 1983.

She made her screen debut in the 1976 movie Harry and Walter Go to New York, and later began her television career appearing in episodes of sitcoms such as Happy Days. In 1978, she was cast as the female lead opposite Joe Namath in the short-lived NBC sitcom The Waverly Wonders. Later that year, she played the leading role in the teen comedy film Malibu Beach.

In 1979, Lankford was cast as Ginger Ward, one of the original lead characters, in the CBS prime time soap opera Knots Landing. She starred on the show during the first four seasons, before leaving in 1983. In 1980, she also had a role opposite Chuck Norris in the action film The Octagon, and in the following years co-starred with Don Meredith in the thriller Terror Among Us. After leaving Knots Landing, she guest-starred on Fantasy Island, The Love Boat, and Cheers. In 1988, she had a supporting role in the horror film Cameron's Closet, and was a regular cast member in the ABC detective drama Murphy's Law.

Lankford spent the 1990s playing guest starring roles on television series such as In the Heat of the Night, Chicago Hope and Diagnosis: Murder, as well as appearing in the films Missing Pieces (1992) and Night of the Running Man (1995). In 1996, Lankford was a co-presenter on a cult public-access television cable TV series, "The Count Smokula Show". She reprised her Knots Landing character in Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac in 1997.
Lana Wood
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the younger sister of actress, Natalie Wood. Her first major role was at age 9 in the John Wayne western The Searchers. She was a regular on the soap opera Peyton Place.

She is best known for her role as Plenty O'Toole in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever. She appeared in a number of small films and television guest roles throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

As an infant, Wood appeared in Driftwood (1947), but her scene was deleted from the final version of the film. Lana's first credited film role was in director John Ford's western classic The Searchers (1956), which stars John Wayne and also features Wood's sister Natalie; Lana and Natalie play the same character at different ages, with similar amounts of screen time. Natalie's stage name was Wood, given to her by the producer of her first film. Maria was asked under what last name Lana should be credited, and Maria agreed it would be best if she could be credited as "Wood," like her sister. As a child, she also made guest appearances in Playhouse 90 (1957), The Real McCoys (1958), and appeared in the films Marjorie Morningstar (1958) and Five Finger Exercise (1962).

Early in her adult career, Lana played bit parts in Natalie's films; but, in the 1960s, her own career took off. One of her roles was in the beach party film The Girls on the Beach (1965). After appearing in the short-lived drama series, The Long, Hot Summer, she landed the role of Sandy Webber in the prime-time soap Peyton Place, which she played from 1966 to 1967.

In 1971, Wood appeared in the April 1971 Playboy issue, along with her poetry. Even though Natalie strongly disapproved of Lana's posing nude, the publicity was a major reason for her being cast as Bond girl Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever (1971). In a scene with Sean Connery, she appeared wearing only a flimsy pair of see-through panties.

Wood has more than 20 other films and over 300 television shows to her credit, including The Fugitive, Bonanza, Mission: Impossible, Police Story, Starsky and Hutch, Nero Wolfe, Fantasy Island, and Capitol. Some of her other film roles have been in the Disney film Justin Morgan Had a Horse (1972) and the western Grayeagle (1977). After appearing in the horror film Demon Rage (1982), she retired from acting, concentrating on her career as a producer.

In 1984, Wood published the controversial tell-all book Natalie, A Memoir by Her Sister, which reached number three on The New York Times Best Seller list. In 2004, she produced the biopic The Mystery of Natalie Wood. She recently returned to acting and has several projects in production. Lana is a character in the 2009 Steve Alten book Meg: Hell's Aquarium.
Lee Meriwether
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an American actress, former model, and the winner of the 1955 Miss America pageant. She is perhaps best known for her role as Betty Jones, Buddy Ebsen's secretary and daughter-in-law in the long-running 1970s crime drama Barnaby Jones.

The role earned her two Golden Globe Award nominations in 1975 and 1976, and an Emmy Award nomination in 1977. She is also known for her role as John Schuck's long-haired wife, Lily Munster, in the 1980s sitcom The Munsters Today, as well as for her portrayal in 1966 of Catwoman in the film version of Batman and a co-starring role in science fiction television series, The Time Tunnel. Meriwether had a recurring role as Ruth Martin on the daytime soap opera All My Children until the end of the series in September 2011.
Lycia Naff
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"Lycia Naff's best known for playing various hookers, including her 3-breasted one in "Total Recall." She was Dixie the hooker in Lethal Weapon. And finally, she got a legit job as an Ensign in Engineering in Star Trek: The New Generation."

She played Daryl Hannah's little sister Uba in "Clan of the Cavebear" and worked with Billy Bob Thornton on his first-ever acting job in "Chopper Chicks in Zombie Town." Her first role was a recurring one on the TV series FAME. She was also a regular dancer on the show for two years. From there, she had regular roles on three soaps -- Young and Restless, General Hospital and Bold and the Beautiful. She guest starred in several TV shows throughout the 80s, including Star Trek: The Next Generation, Hunter, Law and Order, St. Elsewhere, Baywatch, and many others. She received an Emmy Nomination for Best Performance in a TV Movie for her role in "A Perfect Date." Lycia is now an investigative reporter, covering celebrities but occasionally dabbles back into show biz with recent roles in Ghost Whisperer and Without a Trace. She played herself in a stand-out episode of Denise Richards: It's Complicated, in which Denise visits Lycia's office for advise, and all hell breaks loose, ending with Denise calling Lycia several colorful names. "
Mariel Hemingway
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is an American actress and author. She began acting at age 16 in a breakout role in Lipstick (1976) and received Best Supporting Actress Academy Award and BAFTA Award nominations for her role in Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979). She is also known for her roles in Personal Best (1982), Star 80 (1983) and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987).

Hemingway's first role was with her sister Margaux in the film Lipstick (1976). The movie was not considered especially good, but she received notice for her acting and was nominated as "Best Newcomer" for the Golden Globes Award that year.

Hemingway's most famous role was in Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979), a romantic comedy in which she plays Tracy, a high school student and Allen's lover. Just 16 during filming (within the film she is said to be 17), she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

In Personal Best (1982), she played a bisexual track-and-field athlete in a film noted for some explicit (by mainstream standards) lesbian love scenes. In connection with Personal Best, she appeared in a pictorial in the April 1982 issue of Playboy and was on the cover.

Hemingway in August 2014
She starred as Dorothy Stratten in Star 80 (1983), a film about the Playboy model's life and murder. Reports circulated for years that Hemingway had had her breasts enlarged to play the role of Stratten, but during a 2007 appearance on the late-night talk and variety show, Fashionably Late with Stacy London, she said she had had the surgery before Star 80. Her breast implants were removed years later after they had ruptured.

Hemingway was also featured in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) as Lacy Warfield. Subsequently released additional footage showed an expansion of her role. It was released in a very rough edit with unfinished visual effects in a November 2006 deluxe edition DVD and as part of The Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition. She also co-starred in the 1991-“93 ABC series Civil Wars. In 1996, she had a leading role in the British TV movie September, playing the wife of Michael York. In 1997, she played in "Road Ends" (Kat) with Dennis Hopper.

Hemingway has played a lesbian or bisexual woman in several films and television shows, including, Personal Best, The Sex Monster, In Her Line of Fire, and episodes of the TV series Roseanne ("Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and "December Bride") and Crossing Jordan. Hemingway, however, is not gay. She has said she formed a "big connection with the gay-and-lesbian community" after Personal Best and enjoys taking roles in "cutting-edge" productions.
Martha Smith
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In July 1973, she was chosen Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month. Her centerfold was photographed by Pompeo Posar.

Smith has starred in movies, such as National Lampoon's Animal House, in which she played sorority girl Babs Jansen, and has appeared in several TV series as a guest star. She was a regular on the 1983-1987 CBS adventure series Scarecrow and Mrs. King as Francine Desmond, and later appeared as a frequent panelist on The $25,000 Pyramid.
Megan Ward
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an American actress best known for her numerous credits in science fiction and horror movies and television series. In 2007, she joined the cast of the American daytime drama General Hospital as Kate Howard.

She also has appeared in science-fiction and comedy movies (including leading roles in Charles Band's classics Crash and Burn, Trancers II and Trancers III (as Jack Deth's future-wife), Arcade, and the 1994 Tom Stern/Alex Winter horror/comedy Freaked). She is also well known for playing Robyn Sweeney, the teen crush of Dave (played by Sean Astin), in the 1992 comedy Encino Man.

In the mid-1990s, Ward had a recurring role on the show Party of Five. Following the exit of her Party of Five character, Ward took the lead role in the Cold War UFO thriller-series Dark Skies. Since the cancellation of Dark Skies, she was appearing in mainly direct-to-video films such as Tick Tock and Mirror Man as well as TV series such as Summerland, Sports Night, Kevin Hill, and Boomtown, in which she had a substantial part.

She later debuted as Kate Howard on General Hospital on May 4, 2007.
Mel Carter
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an American singer and actor. He is best known for his 1965 million-selling recording, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me".

Carter recorded for Sam Cooke's SAR record label in the early 1960s. He had his first hit in 1962 at the age of nineteen with "When a Boy Falls in Love", which was co-written by Cooke.

By the time he reached his commercial peak with Imperial Records in the middle of the decade, he was specializing in pop ballads. His biggest success was the Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," which reached #8, in 1965. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. He had a couple of other Top 40 entries over the next year, "Band of Gold" and "All of a Sudden My Heart Sings", as well as a few other easy listening sellers.

Carter later acted on television programs such as Quincy, M.E., Sanford and Son, Marcus Welby, M.D. and Magnum, P.I.
Michelle Clunie
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Michelle Clunie is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her roles as Melanie Marcus on Showtime's critically acclaimed series Queer as Folk and as Ellen Beals on Make It or Break It. She is currently a star on MTV's Teen Wolf as Mrs. Finch.

In 1995 Clunie was cast in the Academy Award winning The Usual Suspects and shortly thereafter played a supporting role in Lost & Found starring David Spade and Martin Sheen. She became a series regular on The Jeff Foxworthy Show and guest starred on ER, The Tony Danza Show, House M.D., Without a Trace, NCIS, among several others.

Her big break came when she booked the part of "Melanie Marcus", a smart, determined and activist-minded lesbian attorney in the first-of-its-kind series, Queer as Folk. Clunie plays the biology teacher, Mrs. Finch, on MTV's most successful scripted series to date, Teen Wolf.
Myron Natwick
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Myron Natwick, with almost 100 credits to his name over the past 50 years, is a well-known actor and producer.

He has starred in: Days of Our Lives, Scarecrow & Mrs. King, Cats & Dogs, Dante's Cove, Perry Mason, Hart to Hart, Cagney & Lacey, the Pretender, the Chris Isaak Show, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Ellery Queen, to name a few... Myron's latest film, "I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore", recently won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. You have probably also seen him portray Conan O'Brien's father on the "Tonight Show".
Nicholas Brendon
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an American actor and writer. He is best known for his character Xander Harris in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003) and Kevin Lynch in Criminal Minds (2007-present). Since 2014 he has been writing on the Buffy Season 10 comic book.

At the age of 25, Brendon decided to return to acting. He signed with a manager and obtained the role of Xander Harris on Buffy the Vampire Slayer three months later. He appeared in all but one of the 144 episodes in the series, and even shared the screen with his twin, Kelly Donovan, when his character was split in two in the fifth-season episode "The Replacement". Brendon has stated that he has only seen each Buffy episode once.

After the series ended in 2003, Brendon joined the cast of the Fox television pilot The Pool at Maddy Breakers. The series was not picked up by the network. In 2004, he co-starred in his first ABC Family movie, Celeste in the City. The following year, he returned to Fox as part of the cast of Kitchen Confidential, based on the book by chef Anthony Bourdain. Thirteen episodes were made, but the series was cancelled on December 9 of the same year, after the fourth episode aired with low ratings.

In 2006, he voiced Huntsboy #89 for season 2 of the animated series American Dragon: Jake Long. That same year, he reunited with his former Buffy the Vampire Slayer co-star Charisma Carpenter in the ABC Family TV movie Relative Chaos.

From July 26 through August 30, 2006, Brendon co-starred with Noah Wyle in the play Lobster Alice at the Blank Theatre Company in Los Angeles. He subsequently appeared in the Blank Theatre's annual Young Playwrights Festival and its productions of The SantaLand Diaries (November 20 - December 20, 2009),[14] and Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them.

In 2007, Brendon began appearing on the TV series Criminal Minds in the recurring role of FBI technical analyst Kevin Lynch. He has appeared in episodes in each season since, through the tenth-season.

On September 29, 2010, he premiered his web comic Very Bad Koalas, co-created with animation director/producer Steve Loter. The comic follows the journey of two sheltered and innocent koalas experiencing a variety of people and places while on the run from the law in a 1958 Cadillac El Dorado.

On October 28, 2010, Brendon began a four-episode arc on ABC's Private Practice playing Lee McHenry, a mentally disturbed man who assaults Charlotte King.

On 2014, Brendon was part of a summit for writers of Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics, which included Joss Whedon, Jane Espenson, Drew Greenberg, Andrew Chambliss and the then-incoming Buffy writer Christos Gage. He is currently involved with the show's canonical comic book series Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten, on stories centering on his character.

It was announced on August 27, 2014 that Brendon will star in the new "Untitled Web Series About a Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time" feature film along with Sylvester McCoy, Robert Picardo, Mayim Bialik, Chase Masterson, Rosearik Rikki Simons, Travis Richey, Eric Loya, and Carrie Keranen.
Patrice Donnelly
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Patrice Donnelly attended Grossmont College. She was a high school PE teacher at St. Paul High School in Santa Fe Springs, CA. In 1971 she was Miss La Mesa.

Once the fourth-ranked hurdler in the world, Donnelly set the college record for the women's 100 meter hurdles at 13.5 seconds in 1970. She was on the 1975 All-America team for the 100 meter hurdles. At the 1975 Pan American Games she placed fourth. She attended the 1976 Summer Olympics as a 100-meter hurdler for the United States, but was eliminated in the heats, missing the semi-final by 0.01 seconds. Patrice's film debut was in the 1982 film "Personal Best", wherein she played an Olympic pentathlete with Mariel Hemingway. Mariel played her lover in the groundbreaking film. She also served as a technical advisor on the film. She also went on to play Danielle, the stern assistant coach in the 1986 movie "American Anthem." She helped Billy Crudup train for "Without Limits", a film about Steve Prefontaine's life. Since then she has been a teacher.
Peter Paige
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Peter Paige is an accomplished actor, director, and playwright who has worked on countless theatrical productions in New York and at regional theaters around the country, not to mention numerous television and film projects.

Paige lived in seven different states before graduating from high school. Started acting at age six and continued to pursue acting, writing, and directing throughout his middle and high school career. Paige attended Boston University's prestigious School of Theatre Arts on full scholarship, spending twelve to fifteen hours a day in the university's classical theatre conservatory. After graduating summa cum laude from BU, Paige moved to New York. He toured the country performing Moliere's "Tartuffe" (in two languages!), and began leaving New York to perform at theatres around the country. Paige eventually relocated to Portland, Oregon where he worked for two years on the city's Equity stages, was discovered by a manager, and brought to Los Angeles. Paige's first audition in LA landed him a hilarious guest spot on "Suddenly Susan," as Neil Pomeratz, the nervous undertaker. He has also appeared on "Caroline in the City," "MTV'S Undressed," "Time of Your Life," "Movie Stars," and "Will and Grace," among others.
Priscilla Barnes
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an American actress known for her role as nurse Terri Alden on the American television sitcom Three's Company, having been made the permanent replacement for Suzanne Somers. Barnes subsequently made appearances in films such as A Vacation in Hell, the James Bond thriller Licence to Kill, the Kevin Smith comedy Mallrats and the horror film The Devil's Rejects.

Barnes' first break came when Bob Hope saw her in a local fashion show and invited her to join his troupe for a 1973 performance at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. She subsequently moved to Los Angeles to attempt a career in show business in earnest. Her second break came at 19 when she met Peter Falk at Pips. Six months later he gave her a one-line part in an episode of Columbo, which led to a series of bit parts in films like The Seniors (1978) and Delta Fox (1979).

While working as a hostess at a Hollywood nightclub, Barnes posed nude for the "Pet of the Month" photo layout in the March 1976 issue of Penthouse magazine under the pseudonym Joann Witty. Penthouse later republished the photos under Barnes' real name in 1982 after she gained fame upon joining the cast of Three's Company. Barnes filed suit, which was appealed to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

In 1976, she began studying acting with coach Sal Dano, whose students included Tom Selleck, Robert Hays and Catherine Bach. In 1978, she starred in a TV series, The American Girls, which was canceled after seven weeks. Subsequent parts include the horror film Tintorera, and TV shows such as Starsky and Hutch, Kojak, The Rockford Files, The Love Boat, the 1978 TV version of The Time Machine and the 1979 television film A Vacation In Hell, which has gained a cult following over the years. In 1980, Barnes landed a supporting role in Sunday Lovers, a romantic comedy ensemble featuring Gene Wilder, Roger Moore and Kathleen Quinlan.

Three's Company
In 1981, Barnes was cast as Terri Alden on Three's Company after Suzanne Somers left the series after a contractual dispute with producers, and after Jenilee Harrison served as interim replacement Cindy Snow. The part, which is Barnes' most notable role, brought her instant public recognition. In the 1998 TV program E! True Hollywood Story, Barnes called Three's Company the "three worst years" of her life. Barnes revealed that after shooting a couple of episodes of the show, she felt "uncomfortable" on the set and asked, unsuccessfully, to be released from her contract. She remained friends with her co-stars, particularly Joyce DeWitt. The two, along with fellow castmate Richard Kline, made public appearances together. Barnes was portrayed by actress Anne Ross in the 2003 television movie Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company.

Later career
In 1982, Barnes starred in the Aaron Spelling-produced ABC Movie of the Week The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch with Joan Collins and Donny Osmond.

After Three's Company was cancelled by ABC in 1984, Barnes appeared in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill as Della Churchill, the underwater sci-fi/action thriller Lords of the Deep (1989), Traxx with Shadoe Stevens, and in NBC's Perry Mason and the Case of the Reckless Romeo (1993).

Her 1990s feature film appearances include the heroine in Stepfather III (1992), the Kevin Smith comedy Mallrats (1995), the Sean Penn drama The Crossing Guard (1995) opposite Jack Nicholson, and the 1999 comedy Mumford. Her 2000s work includes a memorable performance in the Rob Zombie horror film The Devil's Rejects (2005), the supernatural thrillers Thr3e and The Visitation in (2006) and American Cowslip (2009), starring Val Kilmer and Diane Ladd. Priscilla is now starring in the CW show "Jane The Virgin"
Tom Reese
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Tom Reeseis a veteran character actor who has appeared in more than 200 films and television episodes. After five years' service in the Marine Corps,

Tom used his GI Bil[ benefitsto study acting with the American Theatre Wing in NewY ork, then joined John Cassavetes' Actors' Work shop His first featurefi lm was Cassavetes' independent classic, "Shadows," followed by a starring role in Raoul Walsh's "Marines, Let's Go!" and feature roles in manyo ther films, includinga s Thomas the Apostle in George Stevens'"The GreatesSt tory Ever Told," Iron head in "Murderers' Row," Henry Fonda's killer in "Stranger on the Run,"a nd Elvis Presley's hateful enemyi n "Flaming Star."O n televisionT,o m did 23 episodes of "Gunsmoke," workingh is way up from gang membetro gang leader, most notably in the memorable two-parter, "Nitrol" He did five episodeos of "Bonanza," and appeareid in numerous other series, including "Kung Fu," "The Wild Wild West," "The Virginian," and "Rawhide." Tom played The Intruder in the "Twilight Zone" classic "The Midnight Sun," and was featured as Sgt.Velie in the highly regarded series with Jim Hutton, "The Ellery Queen Mystery Hour." Still active,Tom's most recent appearanceis in the video release, "Dark and Stormy Night," and he has a role in the up coming feature, "Final Orders."
Robert Clary
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Robert Clary (born March 1, 1926) is a French-American actor, published author, and lecturer. He is best known for his role in the television sitcom Hogan's Heroes as Corporal LeBeau ("Frenchie"). Clary is the last living principal cast member of the show from its inception.

Clary was the youngest of 14 children. At the age of twelve, he began a career singing professionally on French radio and also studied art at the Paris Drawing School.[1] In 1942, because he was Jewish, he was deported to the Nazi concentration camp at Ottmuth. He was later sent to Buchenwald, where he was liberated on April 11, 1945. Twelve other members of his immediate family were sent to Auschwitz. Clary was the only survivor.[2][3] When he returned to Paris after World War II, he learned that some of his siblings had not been taken away and had survived the Nazi occupation of France.

He returned to the entertainment business and began making songs that not only became popular in France, but in the United States as well. Clary made his first recordings in 1948; they were brought to the United States on wire and were issued on disk by Capitol Records.[1] He went to the U.S. in October 1949. One of Clary's first American appearances was a French language comedy skit on The Ed Wynn Show in 1950. Clary later met Merv Griffin and Eddie Cantor. This eventually led to Clary meeting Cantor's daughter, Natalie Cantor Metzger, whom he married in 1965. Cantor later got Clary a spot on the Colgate Comedy Hour. In the mid-1950s, he appeared on NBC's The Martha Raye Show and on CBS's Appointment with Adventure, a dramatic anthology series.

Clary's comedic skills were quickly recognized by Broadway, where he appeared in several popular musicals including New Faces of 1952, which was produced as a film in 1954. In 1952, he appeared in the film Thief of Damascus which also starred Paul Henreid and Lon Chaney Jr. In 1958, he guest-starred on NBC's The Gisele MacKenzie Show.

In 1965, the diminutive (5'1")[4] Clary was offered the role of Corporal Louis LeBeau on a new TV sitcom called Hogan's Heroes, and he accepted the role when the pilot sold. The series was set in a German POW camp during World War II, and Clary played a prisoner nicknamed "Frenchie" who was a member of an Allied sabotage unit operating from inside the camp. After Hogan's Heroes, he appeared in a handful of feature films with World War II themes including the made-for-television film Remembrance of Love, about the Holocaust. Clary also made notable appearances on Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless, where he played Pierre Roulland (1973-1979).

Clary appeared in the 1975 film The Hindenburg which dramatized a fictional plot to blow up the German airship after it arrived at the Lakehurst, New Jersey Naval Air Station. He played Joseph Späh, a real-life passenger on the airship's final voyage.
Ronnie Schell
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Is an American actor, stand-up comedian and cartoon voice actor (notably Peter Puck). Early in his career he appeared as himself as a contestant on You Bet Your Life opposite Groucho Marx, demonstrating a comic barrage of jive talk.

Perhaps Ronnie will always be best remembered for playing Private Duke Slater on the Jim Nabors vehicle Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.. He played this role for three years, starred as a disc jockey for one season in his own sitcom, Good Morning, World. He then returned to Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. as a Corporal for its fifth and final season. He used this experience to humorously refer to himself in his stand-up routine as "America's slowest-rising young comic."

Schell also acted in a few Pacific Southwest Airlines Commercials such as "Smile Inspection" and "PSA Gives You A Lift Pageant". At the end of a Jerry Lewis PSA Jingle, a voice said "That was Jerry Lewis for PSA, and this is Ronnie Schell. What did I do wrong?" He also did a commercial with Don Adams where he parodied Don's TV character Maxwell Smart.

His television guest credits include Phil of the Future, Yes, Dear, The Wayans Bros., Step by Step, Coach, The Golden Girls, 227, Saved by the Bell, Empty Nest, Mr. Belvedere, Santa Barbara, Trapper John, M.D., Too Close for Comfort, The Brian Keith Show, The Love Boat, Alice, Mork & Mindy, One Day at a Time, Charlie's Angels, The Dukes of Hazzard, Sanford and Son, Emergency!, Happy Days, Adam-12, The New Dick Van Dyke Show, That Girl , Black Sheep Squadron and Hogan's Heroes.
Sandra Lee Gimpel
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Sandy has done scores of feature films, and television shows. It began in 1966 when she went on an audition to stunt double for child star Billy Mumy on the TV series "Lost in Space" at 20th Century Fox.

Before her stunt career started, sandy was a dancer, working on films with Fred Astaire, and 15 films with Elvis Presley. Sandy trained with Billy Blanks and earned a 4th degree black belt tae kwon do. Because of her background as a dancer, her timing and coordination helped land the part in "Star Trek's pilot "The Cage" as a Talosian and later cast as the "salt monster" m-113 in Star Trek's "Man Trap".
Scott Lowell
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Scott Lowell is an American actor best known for his role as Ted Schmidt on the Showtime drama Queer as Folk.

Shari Nims
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Shari Nims is an actress, known for Easy Come, Easy Go with Elvis Presley (1967), Star Trek (1966) and The Wild Wild West (1965).

Sherry Jackson
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is an American actress and former child star. She made her film debut at seven years old in the musical You're My Everything, starring Anne Baxter. She appeared in several of the Ma and Pa Kettle movies during the 1950s as Susie Kettle, one of the titular couple's numerous children, and played John Wayne's daughter in Trouble Along the Way. She portrayed the emotionally volatile visionary and asceticia Santos in The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima.

She may be best-remembered today for her role as Terry Williams on The Danny Thomas Show (AKA Make Room for Daddy) from 1953 “58. She appeared on the original Star Trek series as the android "Andrea" on the 1966 episode, "What are Little Girls Made Of?"

When Blake Edwards remade the Peter Gunn television series as a feature film entitled Gunn in 1967, Jackson was filmed in a nude scene that appeared only in the international version, not the U.S. release. Stills of the nude scene appeared in the August 1967 issue of Playboy magazine, in a pictorial entitled "Make Room For Sherry". Jackson has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is located at 6324 Hollywood Blvd.
Sydney Penny
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an American actress best known for the roles of Julia Santos Keefer on the soap opera All My Children and Samantha "Sam" Kelly on the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

Tanya Lemani
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Tania was born in Iran When she was 12 years old, her family came to America where Lemani began her career with a classical ballet dance troupe, but when she traveled to Las Vegas in search of more work, she was offered a job as a belly dancer, not a ballet dancer.

She ultimately got her own show in Vegas, as well as offers to dance on television and film. She also began receiving more serious acting roles after a member of her show's audience offered her a role in the pilot for Alexander the Great, starring William Shatner in the title role (although the pilot failed to be picked up as a series). Regardless, Lemani retired from acting in 1969.

One of her earliest film appearances came in the 1964 comedy A Global Affair, which also featured Nehemiah Persoff and fellow TOS guest actress Barbara Bouchet. She went on to appear in such films as Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (in which she, Sabrina Scharf, Vic Tayback, and George D. Wallace appear unbilled, along with billed actors Michael Strong and Phillip Pine) and Gambit (with Roger C. Carmel, Arnold Moss, John Abbott and Vic Tayback) in 1966. She also had a supporting role in Joseph Sargent's 1968 drama To Hell with Heroes, along with William Marshall and Sid Haig, written by Harold Livingston. In total, she had roles in nearly twenty films.

On television, she has appeared on The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (with Arlene Martel), I Dream of Jeannie, Get Smart (with Karen Steele), McHale's Navy (including an episode with David Opatoshu), It Takes a Thief (with Nancy Kovack and her "Wolf in the Fold" co-star Charles Dierkop), and The Flying Nun (with Michael Pataki and Sandra Smith), among others.
William Daniels
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William Daniels (born March 31, 1927) is an American actor and former president of the Screen Actors Guild (1999 to 2001).

He is known for his performance as Dustin Hoffman's character's father in The Graduate (1967), as Howard in Two for the Road, as John Adams in 1776, as Carter Nash in Captain Nice, as Mr. George Feeny in ABC's Boy Meets World and its sequel, Disney Channel's Girl Meets World, as the voice of KITT in Knight Rider, and as Dr. Mark Craig in St. Elsewhere, for which he won two Emmy Awards.
Tanya Roberts
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an American actress best known for her role in as Julie Rogers on the fifth and final season of Charlie's Angels (1980-1981) and as Midge Pinciotti on That '70s Show (1998-2001).

She later headlined the films: The Beastmaster, A View to a Kill, and Sheena. Roberts was groomed as a Hollywood sex symbol during the early 1980s.

Roberts' began her career as a model in TV ads for Ultra Brite, Clairol and Cool Ray sunglasses. She played serious roles in the Off-Broadway productions, Picnic and Antigone. She also supported herself as an Arthur Murray dance instructor. Her film debut was the 1975 thriller, Forced Entry. This was followed in 1976 by the comedy, The Yum-Yum Girls.

In 1977, as her husband was securing his own screenwriting career, the couple moved to Hollywood. The following year, Roberts participated in the drama, Fingers. Roles in the 1979 cult-movie, Tourist Trap, Racket and California Dreaming followed.

Roberts was featured in several television pilots that were never picked up: Zuma Beach (a 1978 comedy); Pleasure Cove (1979); and Waikiki (1980).

1980s

In 1980, Roberts was chosen among 2,000 candidates to replace Shelley Hack in the television series, Charlie's Angels (in what would be the last season of the series). She was featured on the February 9, 1981 cover of People magazine and afterward was offered more ambitious projects.

In 1982, Roberts played Kiri in The Beastmaster. She was featured in a nude pictorial in Playboy to help promote the movie, appearing on that issue's October 1982 cover.

In 1983, Roberts filmed the Italian-made, and little-known adventure, Paladini-storia d'armi e d'amori ("Paladins the story of love and arms"; also released as Hearts and Armour), based on the medieval novel, "Orlando Furioso". Actor Ronn Moss, of The Bold and the Beautiful, co-starred.

She played the role of Velda, a buxom secretary to private detective, Mike Hammer, in the television movie, Murder Me, Murder You. The two-part pilot spawned the syndicated television series, Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer. Roberts declined to continue the role in the Mike Hammer series so she could work on her next project, Sheena: Queen of the Jungle. The 1984 film was based on a character adapted from a Will Eisner comic book. Dressed in scantily clad costumes, Sheena introduced a new blonde hairstyle that Roberts would keep for the rest of her career. The movie was a box office and critical disaster, garnering her a nomination for "Worst Actress" at the Razzie Awards. Her subsequent appearance as Bond girl, Stacey Sutton, in A View to a Kill (1985), provided her a number of scenes with Roger Moore's James Bond, playing an articulate and well-educated geologist. However, she once again found herself nominated by critics for a Razzie. Roberts career took a downturn. Later films in the decade included Body Slam (1987), an action movie set in the professional wrestling world; and Purgatory, a movie about a woman wrongfully imprisoned in Africa.

In 1991, Roberts starred in the erotic thriller, Inner Sanctum, alongside Margaux Hemingway. In 1992, she played Kay Egan in Sins of Desire.

Roberts appeared on the cable TV series, Hot Line, in 1994; and in the video game, The Pandora Directive, in 1996.

In 1998, she became familiar to younger audiences when she took the role of Midge Pinciotti on the television sitcom, That '70s Show

Tim Considine
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Tim Considine is an American former child actor and young adult actor of the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Considine was born to a show business family. His mother, Carmen, was of half Greek ancestry. His maternal grandfather was theater magnate Alexander Pantages, while on his father's side, John Considine, Jr., he is of Irish descent and grandson of Pantages' rival vaudeville impresario John Considine. His older brother is actor John Considine, to whom he bears a striking resemblance. His uncle Bob Considine was a King Features Syndicate columnist.

In 1953, Tim Considine costarred with Red Skelton in The Clown, a remake of the 1931 movie The Champ which costarred Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper.

Considine's most noted acting roles were in the 1955-1957 Disney TV serials Spin and Marty (he played Spin) and The Hardy Boys (he played older brother Frank opposite Tommy Kirk as Joe), both of which appeared in 15-minute segments on the Mickey Mouse Club; in the Disney show Swamp Fox as Gabriel Marion, nephew of Francis Marion; in the Disney motion picture The Shaggy Dog; and as the eldest son, "Mike Douglas", in the first years of the long-running television series My Three Sons, when it aired on ABC. In both The Shaggy Dog and My Three Sons, he starred with Fred MacMurray.

In 1957, Considine played the role of Ned Nickerson in a television pilot based off the popular literacy series Nancy Drew made for CBS. He co-starred with Roberta Shore and Frankie Thomas.

On December 31, 1959, his 19th birthday and before My Three Sons debuted, Considine appeared as Jamie Frederick in the episode "Bound Boy" on CBS's Johnny Ringo western television series, starring Don Durant in the title role. In the story line, a rancher is investigated for turning orphaned boys into virtual slaves.

The following year, Considine played the role of Franklin D. Roosevelt's eldest son James between ages 14-17, in the 1960 feature film Sunrise at Campobello. In one episode of The Fugitive he acted as a helper for Dr. Kimble. He also had a notable role in the 1970 film, Patton, as one of two shell-shocked soldiers slapped by General George S. Patton, Jr., who believes them to be cowards. The role is credited as "Soldier Who Gets Slapped". His first wife was actress Charlotte Stewart who played teacher "Miss Beadle" on television's Little House on the Prairie for four seasons
Tommy Kirk
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Kirk was discovered by talent agents at the age of thirteen. Hired by Walt Disney Productions, he was cast as a clean-cut teenager in The Hardy Boys serial feature which was aired in the The Mickey Mouse Club television series in 1956 and 1957.

Kirk played Joe Hardy opposite Tim Considine as older brother Frank Hardy in two serials: The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure (September 21, 1956 - February 1, 1957), based on the book The Tower Treasure, and the original story The Mystery of Ghost Farm (September 13 - December 20, 1957).

Kirk went on to starring roles in a succession of successful Disney feature films, in both dramatic and comedic settings. He played Travis Coates in Old Yeller (1957), an adventure story about a boy and his heroic dog. He then played a dog himself in The Shaggy Dog (1959), a comedy about a boy inventor, Wilby Daniels, who is repeatedly transformed into an Old English Sheep Dog under the influence of a magic ring. He had a more straightforward role as middle son Ernst Robinson in another adventure film, Swiss Family Robinson (1960). Kirk then played the "scrambled egghead" student inventor Merlin Jones in two comedies, The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964) and The Monkey's Uncle (1965). Other major Disney roles for Tommy Kirk included that of college student Biff Hawk in The Absent-Minded Professor (1961) and its sequel, Son of Flubber (1963), and as Grumio in the fairy tale fantasy Babes in Toyland.

In several of these films, Kirk played the older brother of child actor Kevin Corcoran, better known as Moochie. Veteran actor Fred MacMurray starred in at least four of Tommy Kirk's films, The Shaggy Dog , The Absent-Minded Professor, Son of Flubber, and Bon Voyage!. Annette Funicello played Kirk's girlfriend in the two Merlin Jones films and the girl Wilby passes over in The Shaggy Dog. MacMurray once reportedly gave Kirk "the biggest dressing-down of my life" during the filming of Bon Voyage!, one that Kirk says he deserved.[3] But Kirk maintained good relationships with his fellow actors. "Tommy played my brother in a lot of films and put up with a lot of things that I did to him over the years," Corcoran says in a commentary on the DVD release of Old Yeller. "He must be a great person not to hate me." Tim Considine calls Kirk "a monster talent".

He played in several of the 1960s beach party films and teen movie films, notably in American International Pictures' Pajama Party (taking Frankie Avalon's usual lead role opposite Annette Funicello while Avalon only appears in cameo role), The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (with Deborah Walley), and later in the independent It's a Bikini World (paired again with Walley). He starred in Village of the Giants (1965) and appeared in a cameo in AIP's spy-spoof film, Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine. In 1966, Kirk starred in The Unkissed Bride (Mother Goose a Go-Go). He costarred with "Batgirl" Yvonne Craig in AIP's Mars Needs Women, released in 1968. He appeared with Lyle Waggoner in the beach movie/crime comedy Catalina Caper (1967), which along with Village of the Giants were eventually lampooned on Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Disney legend

Tommy Kirk was inducted as a Disney Legend on October 9, 2006, alongside his old co-stars Tim Considine and Kevin Corcoran. His other repeat co-stars, Annette Funicello and Fred MacMurray, had already been inducted (in 1992 and 1987, respectively). Also in 2006, the first of Kirk's Hardy Boys serials was issued on DVD in the fifth "wave" of the Walt Disney Treasures series.
Willie Tyler & Lester
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For more than five decades ventriloquist Willie Tyler and his little wooden pal Lester have been entertaining audiences around the world.

Willie Tyler was born in Red Level, Alabama but moved to Detroit, Michigan as a child. After seeing legendary Ventriloquist Paul Winchell on TV, Willie was inspired and took a coping saw to one of his sister's dolls, transforming the plaything into a working puppet. He started performing in Detroit at the age of ten in local talent and variety shows. While still in grade school he took a correspondence Ventriloquist course from a Popular Mechanics magazine Ad. Willie honed his craft, even taking Lester with him to perform during his stint in the U.S. Air Force.

After four years of service Willie returned to Detroit and signed a deal with the then unknown and brand new Motown Record Corporation. For the next eight years he and Lester toured with a who's who of Motown groups that would go on to become soul and R&B legends including: Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Diana Ross and The Supremes, The Temptations, Little Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops and Marvin Gaye. Over the years Willie Tyler & Lester have played clubs, theaters and casino show rooms coast to coast as both an opening act and headliner.

Willie Tyler & Lester's TV and film credits are impressive and too numerous to list here. A few highlights include: " Laugh In," "The Jeffersons," "Coming Home," "The Tonight Show," "ABC Weekend Specials" "Pacific Blue," "In The House," "The Jimmy Kimmel Show" and " The Late Show Starring David Letterman." They have also been seen in numerous TV commercials for everyone from McDonalds to Mercedes to Hires Root beer to Maxwell House Coffee and Toyota.

2017 sees Willie Tyler & Lester continuing to tour and being filmed as the subject of a documentary film titled "Hello Dummy"
Brian Gari
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BRIAN GARI is celebrating 50 years of songwriting & has written almost 900 songs. He had his first song published at 15 and recorded at 17. He signed with Vanguard Records in 1975 recording for them through 1976.

For the next few years he performed his songs in New York comedy and cabaret clubs such as the Ballroom, Reno Sweeney, Catch a Rising Star, the Improv, the Comic Strip and the Copa. All along he was writing what was to become his first Broadway musical, LATE NITE COMIC , which debuted in October of 1987 at the Ritz Theatre (now the Walter Kerr.) The album made Top 10 for film and show albums at Tower Records. His songs have been performed and/or recorded by such artists as Margaret Whiting, the Tokens, Jana Robbins , Kaye Ballard, Lesley Gore & Andrea Marcovicci. Brian conceived A HARD TIME TO BE SINGLE , a musical revue which premiered in October of 1990 and had successful runs at Don't Tell Mama, Eighty-Eights and Steve McGraw's in New York City with a CD released as well. Brian has produced over a dozen CDs & DVDs on his grandfather, Eddie Cantor, as well as writing a new musical about him which is previewed in Brian's CD SONGS FOR FUTURE MUSICALS . LOVE ONLINE was Brian's 1997 CD about a romance that ensues via the online-computer experience. The long awaited follow up, I CAN'T MAKE YOU FREE , was released in 1999. His next release, BRIAN SINGS WILSON , was a salute to Beach Boys composer Brian Wilson and has received rave reviews. Coincidentally, Brian became the consulting producer and composer for the E True Hollywood Story of the Beach Boys for the Entertainment Television Network. He even recorded a Christmas CD entitled THE MAN WITH ALL THE TOYS in true Beach Boys tradition with songs from both Brians. His next release was entitled PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED and featured songs that were written and recorded over a period of fifteen years. Brian renewed his friendship with the great NEIL SEDAKA and produced a collection of Sedaka rarities released under the title THE BROOKLYN DEMOS. His dedication to Sedaka continued with writing the book for the box set for The Bear Family label in Germany. Brian also completed a new album of his own songs for YVONNE ROOME . His longtime appreciation of the music of Brazil resulted in an exciting collection of songs (including 11 by Brian) called HERE I COME BRAZIL . His next CD celebrated the music of "WE'VE ONLY JUST BEGUN" songwriters ROGER NICHOLS & PAUL WILLIAMS.
Julie Cialini
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She is Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for February 1994 and Playmate of the Year for 1995. Cialini appeared in a number of Playboy videos including the Wet and Wild and Sexy Lingerie series. She also appeared as a model on the Doug Davidson version of the game show The Price Is Right.

Stephen Macht
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Stephen Macht an American television and film actor. Spotted by a Universal Studios talent scout while starring at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Canada in 1975, Macht was signed to a contract and by the mid 1970s had left teaching and was making frequent appearances in TV episodes and movies.

In Raid on Entebbe (1977), he portrayed Yoni Netanyahu, the Israeli officer killed in the rescue of hostages in Uganda. In 1978, he had a lead role in The Immigrants a syndicated miniseries about the rise of the son of Italian immigrants in turn-of-the-century San Francisco.

The successful television movie American Dream (ABC, 1981) led to a critically acclaimed short-lived series which cast Macht in the role of a family man who chucks the suburban life to set up home in the inner city of Chicago. The following season, he landed the role of Joe Cooper, brother of Karen MacKenzie (Michele Lee), on Knots Landing (CBS, 1982-83). Other notable roles included playing Nancy McKeon's father in Strange Voices (NBC, 1987). He was Benedict Arnold in the miniseries George Washington (1984) and played one of the survivors of an air crash in Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (NBC, 1984). He spent three seasons (1985-88) as David Keeler, love interest to Cagney (Sharon Gless), on Cagney & Lacey (CBS). During his run on the show, he moved behind the cameras to make his directorial debut. In 1993, Macht played Krim Aldos in "The Siege", an early Season 2 episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Macht had been Gene Roddenberry's first choice to play Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation, but the role eventually went to Patrick Stewart in 1986.

More recent credits have included playing an Austrian Jew who must be baptized along with his wife and daughter in order to escape the Nazis in A Friendship in Vienna (1988 The Disney Channel); a doctor helping Jane Seymour in the syndicated miniseries Sidney Sheldon's Memories of Midnight (1991), and as cult member Joan Van Ark's suffering husband in Moment of Truth: A Mother's Deception (1994 NBC). Macht appeared in the 1995 third season Babylon 5 episode "A Day in the Strife" as the character 'Na'Far'. Na'Far was the new official Narn representative, replacing G'Kar, after the Centauri's invasion of the Narn homeworld. In 1996 he did a six-month stint on the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live as Elliot Durban. From August 24, 2007 to February 13, 2009 he portrayed Trevor Lansing, attorney of organized crime boss Anthony Zacchara and father of attorney Ric Lansing, in the soap opera General Hospital for which Soap Opera Digest nominated him Best Villain of 2007. In 2014, 2015 and 2016, Macht guest starred opposite his son, actor Gabriel Macht, in Suits.

Macht's work in feature films has been more sporadic, beginning with a turn as one of The Choirboys (1977). He also had roles in Nightwing (1979), The Mountain Men (1980), Galaxina (1980), The Last Winter (1984), The Monster Squad (1987), Stephen King's Graveyard Shift (1990), Amityville: It's About Time (1992), The Legend of Galgameth (1996), and Watchers Reborn (1998). Macht has also played Dr. Harris in three instalments of the Trancers series of films.
Stewart Moss
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Terri Ivens
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Terri Ivens is an American actress and author. Ivens is best known for her portrayal of Simone Torres on All My Children - a role she originated in October 2001 and portrayed until December 2006, and briefly in 2007.

Her feature film credits include; Jimmy Hollywood, with Joe Pesci, and Marked for Death, with Steven Seagal. Her television credits include roles in The Barefoot Executive, with Jason London, There Was a Little Boy, with Scott Bairstow, and Breast Men. She also had guest appearances in Roseanne, Boy Meets World, Coach, Melrose Place, Baywatch, Married... with Children and Highway to Heaven. She has also done voice work for the classic Lucas Arts adventure game, Grim Fandango, as Lupe.
Treat Williams
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Treat Williams is a Golden Globe and Emmy award-nominated American actor and children's book author who has appeared on film, stage and television.

He first became well known for his starring role in the 1979 film Hair, and later also starred in the films Prince of the City, Once Upon a Time in America, The Late Shift and 127 Hours. From 2002 to 2006, he was the lead of the television series Everwood and was nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards
Ken Carpenter
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His summers were spent in Jackson Hole Wyoming working as a River Guide on the Snake River. Warner Brothers Studios were filming in the valley and offered him a job as a double for one of the stars of the movie.

Upon completion of the filming he returned to Los Angeles with the company and began a career in the film industry. Thus began his forty plus year stint working on various movies and television shows, securing an occasional starring or co-starring role or featured performer. In 2008 he began work on his current book series about global terrorism. Thus far, he has written 5 books with others in the planning stages.
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Kristy McNichol
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Critically acclaimed actor Kristy McNichol is best known for her role as "Buddy" in the Spelling/Goldberg hit TV series "Family", where she won two Emmy awards, a critic's choice award for best supporting actress and was nominated for a Golden Globe.

Kristy also starred in the hit movie "Little Darlings" with Tatum O'Neil which won her a People's Choice Award. Other TV credits include the Witt, Thomas; Harris hit series "Empty Nest". Kristy's films include Neil Simon's "Only When I Laugh" with Marsha Mason which earned her a Golden Globe nomination, Alan Pakula's "Dream Lover" and Samuel Fuller's "White Dog".

McNichol began her career with guest appearances on such popular TV series as" Starsky and Hutch", "The Bionic Woman"," Love American Style", "The Love Boat", "Golden Girls," and the list goes on. Her first role as a series regular came with the role of Patricia Apple in the CBS television series" Apple's Way".

McNichol began her feature film career in the Burt Reynolds comedy "The End" and went on to star with Dennis Quaid and Mark Hamill in "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia", "Two Moon Junction" with Louise Fletcher, "The Pirate Movie" with Christopher Atkins, "Just the Way You Are", "The Forgotten One", and "You Can't Hurry Love".

Her television movie credits include "Women of Valor", "Like Mom, Like Me", "Summer of My German Soldier", "Love, Mary", "My Old Man" "Blinded by the Light", "Children of the Bride", "Mother of the Bride" and "Baby of the Bride".

Kristy's after school specials include: "Pinballs", "Fawn Story" and "Me and my Dad's New Wife".

TV specials: "I Love Liberty" with Martin Sheen, Two "Carpenters Christmas", "Donny and Marie Show", "The Osmond Telethon" and the "Jimmy and Kristy" TV special.

Kristy works with the Los Angeles Valley College benefiting their music programs and also volunteers at the "Emerald City" assisted living facility in Glendale CA.

Kristy McNichol hosted her own tennis tournament for three years benefiting the "Help Group" charity.

Kristy participated in several celebrity sport specials which include "Battle of the Network Stars 1", Battle of the Network Stars 2", "Challenge of the Network Stars", "Us against the World".

Kristy also performed voice characters in several animated TV series including "Extreme Ghostbusters and Steven Spielberg's animated "Invasion America".

Kristy McNichol also sang on the soundtracks of " The Pirate Movie" and "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" as well as the RCA Kristy and Jimmy McNichol album.

We can't leave out the "Kristy McNichol Doll" made by the Mattel Toy Company.
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
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Jodi Lyn O'Keefe is an American actress and model, who at age 17 portrayed Cassidy Bridges on TV's 'Nash Bridges'. She is also known for her role on 'Prison Break' as Gretchen Morgan.

Midway through her junior year of high school, O'Keefe left school to star on the soap opera 'Another World', playing Marguerite "Maggie" Cory. She then got a role on 'Nash Bridges' playing Cassidy, the daughter of Don Johnson's title character. O'Keefe made her big screen debut in 1998 in 'Halloween H20: 20 Years Later' and later starred in such films as 'The Crow: Salvation', 'Whatever It Takes' and 'Devil in The Flesh 2'. In 1999, she co-starred in the teen film 'She's All That' as the mean-hearted Taylor Vaughan alongside Freddy Prinze Jr and Rachael Leigh Cook. When asked if it was hard to play her character, a high school prima donna, she replied, "Everybody knew a Taylor Vaughan in high school. Working in show business, you meet girls like that every day."

O'Keefe kept on filming both movies and Nash Bridges until the series ended in 2001. Later films have included 'Out for Blood', in which she played a vampire named Layla Simmons and Venice Underground. In 2005, she appeared for three episodes in the first season of 'Boston Legal'. O'Keefe was also in '3 Doors Down' video "Let Me Go, alongside Jesse Metcalfe. In 2007, Jodi joined the cast of 'Prison Break'.

Jodi appeared in episodes of the television series 'Charmed', 'The Evidence','Two and a Half Men', 'The Big Bang Theory', 'Dharma & Greg' and 'Tru Calling'.

In 2009 she appeared in the standalone add-on of the video game Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Uprising. On August 14, 2010, O'Keefe appeared as Kylie Burch in the Hallmark Original Movie Class. She also appeared in the web series 'Soul Fire Rising' as Lilith Reborn for three episodes. On September 19, 2011, O'Keefe had a guest role as Isabella in the 'Two and a Half Men' Season 9 episode "Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt". Jodi appeared in the January 26, 2012 episode of 'The Finder' as Lisa and Mandy. She also appeared as "Emily Bennett" in the thriller 'Exposed'. In 2012, Jodi launched her own jewelry line along with her clothing line, 'Queen George Clothing'. Since June 2013, O'Keefe did a photo shoot for NOH8 campaign.

In January 2014 Jodi joined the cast of VH-1's 'Hit The Floor'. Jodi plays Lionel Davenport, the estranged wife of Pete Davenport (played by Dean Cain), the former All-Star who coaches the Los Angeles Devils basketball team. That same year Jodi was cast in the recurring role as "Dr. Jo Laughlin" in the sixth season of the CW series 'The Vampire Diaries'. She's appeared in 23 episodes from 2014-2016.