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Cal Bartlett Click to read the full biography.
He is known for his work on Maverick (1994), Die Gang(1997) and Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993.

1968 - The Counterfeit Killer - Reggie
1969 - Paint Your Wagon - Miner (uncredited)
1970 - Myra Breckinridge - Letitia's Secretary (uncredited)
1971 - The Seven Minutes - Olin Adams
1976 - Gable and Lombard - Undetermined Role (uncredited)
1976 - Pipe Dreams - Undetermined Role (uncredited)
1976 - Joshua - Jed (as Calvin Bartlett)
1977 - Sextette - Mr. Foreman (as Calvin Bartlett)
1977 - Pete's Dragon - Paul
1979 - Adventures of the Wilderness Family 3 - Doctor (as Calvin Bartlett)
1984 - Invitation to Hell - Stepson

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an American film, television, and stage actor, as well as a stand-up comedian, writer, and producer. He appeared frequently on televised game shows from the 1960s through the 1980s and was a long-time panelist on the television game show To Tell the Truth.

In an interview on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1974, Bean recounted the source of his new name.He credited its origin to a piano player named Val at "Hurley's Log Cabin", a restaurant and nightclub in Boston, Massachusetts, where he had once performed. According to Bean, every evening before he went on stage at the nightclub, Val would suggest to him a silly name to use when introducing himself to the audience. One night, for example, the piano player suggested "Roger Duck", but the young comedian got very few laughs after using that name in his performance.On another night, however, the musician suggested "Orson Bean", and the comedian received a great response from the audience, a reaction so favorable that it resulted in a job offer that same evening from a local theatrical booking agent. Given his success on that occasion, Bean decided to keep using the odd-sounding but memorable name.

In 1952, Bean made a guest appearance on NBC Radio's weekly hot-jazz series The Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street. His vocal mannerisms were ideal for the mock-serious tone of the show, and he became the show's master of ceremonies ("Dr. Orson Bean") for its final season. Bean was a frequent guest on The Tonight Show (with both Jack Paarand Johnny Carson), and appeared on game shows originating from New York. He was a regular panelist on To Tell the Truth in versions from the late 1950s through 1991. On July 5, 1965, his father appeared as a subject of the panel and he had to disqualify himself from participating He appeared on Super Password and Match Game, among other game shows. He hosted a pilot for a revamped version of Concentration in 1985, which was picked up later on in 1987 as Classic Concentration with Alex Trebek.
Although Bean was placed on the Hollywood blacklist for attending Communist Party meetings while dating a member, he continued to work through the 1950s and 60s.[2] He played the title character in the 1960 Twilight Zone episode "Mr. Bevis". In 1961, for the CBS anthology series The DuPont Show with June Allyson, he starred as John Monroe in "The Secret Life of James Thurber", based on the works of the American humorist James Thurber.
On Broadway he starred in the original cast of Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? in 1955. Then, in 1961, he was featured in Subways Are for Sleeping, for which he received a Tony Award nomination as Best Featured Actor in a Musical, as well as performing in Never Too Late the following year. In 1964, he produced the Off-Off-Broadway musical Home Movies—which won an Obie Award—and the same year appeared in the Broadway production I Was Dancing. [6] He also starred in Illya Darling, the 1967 musical adaptation of the film Never on Sunday.
Bean was a regular in both Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and its spin-off Fernwood 2Nite. He also portrayed the shrewd businessman and storekeeper Loren Bray on the television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman throughout its six-year run on CBS in the 1990s. He played John Goodman's homophobic father on the sitcom Normal, Ohio. He played the main characters Bilbo and Frodo Baggins in the 1977 and 1980 Rankin/Bass animated adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, and The Return of the King. He also played Dr. Lester in Spike Jonze's 1999 film, Being John Malkovich.[citation needed]
Bean appeared as a patient in the final two episodes of 7th Heaven's seventh season in 2003. In 2005, Bean appeared in the sitcom Two and a Half Men in an episode titled "Does This Smell Funny to You?", playing a former playboy whose conquests included actresses Tuesday Weld and Anne Francis. He appeared in the 2007 How I Met Your Mother episode "Slapsgiving" as Robin Scherbatsky's 41-year-old boyfriend, Bob. In 2009 he was cast in the recurring role of Roy Bender, a steak salesman, who is Karen McCluskey's love interest on the ABC series Desperate Housewives. At the age of 87, Bean in 2016 appeared in "Playdates", an episode of the American TV sitcom Modern Family. He appeared in a 2017 episode of Teachers (TV Land, season 2, episode 11, "Dosey Don't"). He appeared as the elderly Holocaust survivor in the 2018 film The Equalizer 2.

Michael Horton Click to read the full biography.
an American actor and voice over artist, whose best known and longest running role was as Jessica Fletcher's nephew, Grady Fletcher on Murder, She Wrote.

Horton appeared in such films and television series as Star Trek: Voyager, ER, Dances with Wolves, Taxi, MASH, 21 Jump Street, Baywatch, and The Eddie Capra Mysteries. He played the recurring role in Star Trek: First Contact(1996) and Star Trek: Insurrection (1998), credited as Security Officer in the former and Lieutenant Daniels in the latter.

His voice-over work in 1980s animation includes Rick Jones in The Incredible Hulk, Chip Chase in The Transformers, Hollywood stuntman Jeff Wright and Stormer's brother Craig Phillips on Jem, the younger brother Tommy Talltree ofAirborne in the G.I. Joe episode "Operation Mind Menace", and Arn in The Legend of Prince Valiant. Horton also voiced The Prince in the 1993 animated film, Happily Ever After. His last credited acting role was in an episode of Judging Amy as Principal Alvin Harvey in 2002

Richard Thomas Click to read the full biography.
an American actor. He is best known for his leading role as budding author John-Boy Walton in the CBS drama The Waltons, where he won one Emmy Award, and received nominations for another Emmy Award and two Golden Globe Awards.

Thomas soon began his television career. In 1959, he appeared in the presentation of Ibsen's A Doll's House with Julie Harris, Christopher Plummer and Hume Cronyn. He then began acting in daytime TV, appearing in soap operas such as The Edge of Night (as Ben Schultz, 1961) and As the World Turns (as Tom Hughes, 1966-67), which were broadcast from his native Manhattan.

Thomas received his first major film roles, appearing in Winning (1969) with Paul Newman, about auto racing, and Last Summer (also 1969) with Bruce Davison and Barbara Hershey, a summer coming-of-age movie. In 1971 he starred in the Universal Pictures Hal Wallis Production Red Sky at Morning, which was a financial failure.

Thomas on the set of The Waltons, 1973.
He became nationally recognized for his portrayal of John John-Boy Walton, Jr., in the 1970s' TV series The Waltons, which was based on the real life of writer Earl Hamner, Jr. He appeared in the 1971 pilot The Homecoming, and then played the role continuously in 122 episodes until March 17, 1977. Thomas left the series and his role was taken over by Robert Wightman, but Thomas returned to the role in three Waltons TV movies, 1993-97. Thomas won an Emmy for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series in 1973. He enrolled in Columbia College of Columbia University as a member of the class of 1973 but left after his junior year.

In 1972, he played against type as murderer and rapist Kenneth Kinsolving in You'll Like My Mother opposite Patty Duke. He played the lead roles of Private Henry Fleming in the 1974 TV movie The Red Badge of Courage, and Paul Baumer in the 1979 TV movie All Quiet on the Western Front. In further TV movies, he played Col. Warner's younger son Jim in Roots: The Next Generations (the sequel to the Emmy-winning Roots); the title role in the biopic Living Proof: The Hank Williams, Jr., Story (1983); Will Mossup in Hobson's Choice (1983); Henry Durrie in The Master of Ballantrae (1984); Martin Campbell in Final Jeopardy (1985); and the adult Bill Denbrough in Stephen King's It (1990).

In 1980, Thomas made his first Broadway appearance in more than 12 years when he stepped in as a replacement in Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July. In 1993, he played the title role in a stage production of Richard II.

Thomas starred with Maureen O'Hara and Annette O'Toole in the Hallmark Channel movie, The Christmas Box, in 1995. O'Toole and Thomas starred in It five years earlier as the adult Beverly Marsh and adult Bill Denbrough.

Thomas has appeared in a quartet of performances at the Hartford Stage in Connecticut: Hamlet (1987), Peer Gynt (1989), Richard III (1994), and Tiny Alice (1996).

In 1997 and 1998, he appeared on Touched by an Angel.

In the early 2000s, he appeared in a London production of Yasmina Reza's Art with Judd Hirsch (2001); on the New York stage in The Public Theater's production of As You Like It (2005); Michael Frayn's Democracy on Broadway (2004); and the Primary Stages' production of Terrence McNally's The Stendhal Syndrome (2004).

He has served as national chairman of the Better Hearing Institute, hosted the PAX TV series It's a Miracle, and starred in the series Just Cause for the same network.

In 2006, Thomas began a national tour of Reginald Rose's acclaimed play Twelve Angry Men, along with George Wendt at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, Connecticut, playing the pivotal role of Juror Eight opposite Wendt's Juror One.

Thomas has provided voiceovers in Mercedes-Benz, BB&T and Aleve commercials. In the summer of 2008, Thomas made commercials for the Zaxby's restaurant chain.

In 2009-2010, Richard Thomas was featured on Broadway in Race, a play by David Mamet. The production was directed by Mamet and included James Spader, David Alan Grier and Kerry Washington. In February and March 2011, he starred at the New York Public Theater in Timon of Athens.

Thomas has a supporting role in the FX Network Cold War drama The Americans, which debuted in January 2013. He plays Frank Gaad, an FBI counterintelligence supervisor helping to investigate KGB sleeper agents in early 1980s America.

Angela Cartwright

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artist, actress, author, photographer, curator, collaborator, instructor, traveler, wife, mother, and grandmother, not always in that order. Born in Cheshire, England Angela moved with her family to Los Angeles, California and began her acting career at the age of three playing Paul Newman’s daughter in the movie Somebody Up There Likes Me.

At the tender age of four Angela was cast to play Linda Williams, Danny's daughter, on the hit television series The Danny Thomas Show.

Angela was then cast as Brigitta von Trapp in the legendary film The Sound of Music. Shortly after, she was offered the role of Penny Robinson on the iconic television show, Lost in Space. Angela has guest starred in numerous television shows, commercials and movies over her six decades in show business. She married in 1976, raised two children and is a Grandmother of three.

As an author, Angela’s award-winning coffee table book Styling the Stars: Lost Treasures from the Twentieth Century Fox Archive offers never before seen photographs and a behind the scenes exclusive glimpse inside Hollywood’s Golden Era. The book is now available in paperback.

Continuing to pursue her passion for art and photography, Angela's art is collected around the world. Her books, Mixed Emulsions, In This House and In This Garden, explore her original hand-painted photography and her unique altered art techniques. Angela also conceived and collaborated on The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook.

Angela has pioneered and produced a clothing and jewelry line, Angela Cartwright Studio, which incorporates her hand painted art.ography images on art.wear and accessories. Angela also leads a unique tour to Salzburg, Austria where she shares her Sound of Music behind the scenes experiences and memories while visiting the beautiful Austrian locations.

Angela and her Lost In Space co-star Bill Mumy collaborated on a pictorial memoir, Lost (and Found) In Space, which offers photographs and personal tales while filming the show for three years. On Purpose, a fantasy adventure novel Angela wrote with Bill is now available.

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Angie Dickinson Click to read the full biography.
is an American actress who has appeared in more than 50 films and starred on television as Sergeant Leann "Pepper" Anderson in the successful 1970s crime series Police Woman.

In 1953, she placed second in a beauty pageant. Soon after her first marriage to Gene Dickinson she decided to pursue a career in acting. She studied the craft and a few years later was approached by NBC to guest-star on a number of variety shows, including The Colgate Comedy Hour. She soon met Frank Sinatra who became a lifelong friend. She would later play Sinatra's wife in the film Ocean's Eleven.

On New Year's Eve 1954, Dickinson made her acting debut in an episode of Death Valley Days. This led to other roles in such productions as Buffalo Bill Jr, eight episodes of Matinee Theatre, City Detective, Gray Ghost, General Electric Theater, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, Broken Arrow, Meet McGraw (twice), Northwest Passage, Gunsmoke, The Virginian, Tombstone Territory, Cheyenne, Meet McGraw, The Restless Gun, Perry Mason, Mike Hammer, Wagon Train, Men Into Space, and a memorable turn as the duplicitous murder conspirator in a 1964 episode of the classic The Fugitive series with David Janssen and fellow guest star Robert Duvall. In 1965, she had a recurring role as Carol Tredman on Dr. Kildare.

Dickinson's film career began with small roles in Lucky Me (1954) with Doris Day, The Return of Jack Slade (1955), Man with the Gun (1955) and Hidden Guns (1956). She had her first starring role in Gun the Man Down (1956) with James Arness, followed by the Sam Fuller cult film China Gate (1957), which depicted an early view of the internal conflicts in Vietnam.

Casting directors began noticing her enigmatic charisma and her ironic, albeit seductive, delivery - at once femininely fluttery, yet undeniably edgy. She was armed with a fine physique, great legs, deepset brown eyes which could read as either warmly receptive or aloofly dismissive, and a striking, classical face which photographed as oval from the front but angular in profile.

In 1959, Dickinson appeared in Howard Hawks' Rio Bravo, in which she played a flirtatious gambler called "Feathers" who becomes attracted to the town sheriff played by Dickinson's childhood idol John Wayne. The film co-starred Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson and Walter Brennan. When Hawks sold his personal contract with her to a major studio without her knowledge, she was unhappy. Dickinson nonetheless became one of the more prominent leading ladies of the next decade, beginning with The Bramble Bush with Richard Burton and Ocean's Eleven with friends Sinatra and Martin, two films released in 1960.

These were followed by the political potboiler A Fever in the Blood (1961); a Belgian Congo-based melodrama The Sins of Rachel Cade (1962), in which she played a missionary nurse tempted by lust; and the European travelogue Rome Adventure (also known as Lovers Must Learn) in 1962; and Jean Negulesco's Jessica (1962) with Maurice Chevalier, in which she plays a young midwife who is resented by the married women of the town. Angie would also share the screen with friend Gregory Peck in the comedy-drama Captain Newman, M.D.

In The Killers, a film originally intended to be the very first made-for-TV movie but released to theatres due to its violent content, Dickinson reached the apex of her skills as a femme fatale. She is slapped by a villainous boyfriend, played by future U.S. President Ronald Reagan in his last movie role. This movie was directed by Don Siegel. It was a remake of the 1946 version based on a story by Ernest Hemingway.

Dickinson co-starred in the comedy The Art of Love (1965), in which she plays the love interest of both James Garner and Dick Van Dyke. She appeared in a star-studded Arthur Penn/Sam Spiegel production, The Chase (1966) along with Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, Robert Duvall and others.

Dickinson's best movie of this era was arguably John Boorman's cult classic Point Blank (1967), a lurid crime drama with Lee Marvin as a criminal betrayed by his wife and best friend and out for revenge. Epitomizing the stark urban mood of the period, the film's reputation has grown through the years.

Westerns would continue to be a part of her work in 1969, when she starred in Young Billy Young with Robert Mitchum, and in Sam Whiskey, where she gave a young Burt Reynolds his first on-screen kiss.

In 1971, she played a lascivious high school teacher in the dark comedy Pretty Maids All in a Row with Rock Hudson. One of Dickinson's best-known and most sexually provocative movie roles became the tawdry widow Wilma McClatchie from the Great Depression romp Big Bad Mama (1974) with William Shatner and Tom Skerritt. Although well into her forties at the time, she appeared nude in several scenes, creating interest in the movie and a new generation of male fans for Dickinson.

Dickinson returned to the small screen in March 1974 to play lead in an episode of the critically-acclaimed hit anthology series Police Story. That one guest appearance proved to be so popular that NBC offered Dickinson her own television show which became a ground-breaking weekly police series called Police Woman; it would be the first successful hour-long dramatic tv series to feature a woman in the title role. At first, Dickinson was reluctant to accept the role, but agreed to do the tv show when she decided she wanted to be a household name.

In the series, she played Sgt. Leanne "Pepper" Anderson, an officer of the Los Angeles Police Department's Criminal Conspiracy Unit. The show became a significant hit, even reaching Number One in many countries in which it aired during its first year. It would run for four seasons and Dickinson would win a Golden Globe award, and receive Emmy nominations for three consecutive years.

Co-starring on the show was Earl Holliman as Sergeant Bill Crowley, Andersen's commanding officer, along with Charles Dierkop as investigator Pete Royster and Ed Bernard as investigator Joe Styles.

The success of Dickinson's Police Woman television show resulted in a number of female-starring series like Charlie's Angels, Wonder Woman, The Bionic Woman, and Cagney and Lacey during the 1970s and 1980s. In 1987, the Los Angeles Police Department awarded Dickinson an honorary doctorate, which led her to quip, "Now you can call me Doctor Pepper."

After appearing in the TV mini-series Pearl (1978), Dickinson returned to the big screen in Brian De Palma's thriller Dressed to Kill (1980). The role earned her a 1981 Saturn Award for Best Actress. The film featured Dickinson in a 35-minute sequence, dialogue free, being stalked through the maze of a New York museum and ending shockingly with her character's brutal murder.

Earlier that year, she had been the first choice to play the character Krystle Carrington on the television series Dynasty but she turned it down; the role instead went to Linda Evans.

After nixing her own Johnny Carson-produced prospective sitcom, The Angie Dickinson Show, in 1980 after only two episodes had been shot because she didn't feel she was funny enough, the private-eye series Cassie & Co. became her unsuccessful attempt at a TV comeback. She then starred in several TV movies such as, One Shoe Makes it Murder (1982), Jealousy (1984), A Touch of Scandal (1984), and Stillwatch (1987). She also had a pivotal role in the highly rated mini-series Hollywood Wives (1985), based on a novel by Jackie Collins.

In 1995, Sydney Pollack cast her as the prospective mother-in-law of Greg Kinnear in the romantic comedy Sabrina starring Harrison Ford, a remake of the Billy Wilder classic. She also played Burt Reynolds' wife in the thriller The Maddening and the mother of Rick Aiello and Robert Cicchini in the National Lampoon comedy The Don's Analyst. In 1997, she also seduced old flame Artie (Rip Torn) in an episode of HBO's The Larry Sanders Show called "Artie and Angie and Hank and Hercules."

During the first decade of the new millennium, Dickinson played an alcoholic, homeless mother to Helen Hunt in Pay it Forward (2000); the grandmother of Gwyneth Paltrow in the drama Duets (2000) and the mother of Arliss Howard in Big Bad Love (2001), co-starring Debra Winger.

Having appeared in the original Ocean's Eleven (1960) with good friends Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, four decades later she made a brief cameo in the 2001 remake with George Clooney and Brad Pitt.

An avid poker player, during the summer of 2004 she participated in the second season of Bravo's Celebrity Poker Showdown. After announcing her name, host Dave Foley said "Sometimes, when we say 'celebrity,' we actually mean it."

Dickinson is a recipient of the state of North Dakota's Roughrider Award.

In 1999, Playboy ranked Dickinson #42 on their list of the '100 Sexiest Stars of the Century'. And in 2002, TV Guide ranked her #3 on their list of the '50 Sexiest TV Stars of All Time', behind Diana Rigg and George Clooney (who tied for #1).

In July 2009, Dickinson starred in a Hallmark Channel film, Mending Fences.

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1976 - Police Woman
1977 - Police Woman

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Anson Williams, born September 25, 1949 in Los Angeles, California is an American actor and director, best known for his role as gullible but well-intentioned singer Warren "Potsie" Weber on the television series Happy Days (1974–1984), a role for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Williams has since become a prominent television director, working on programs such as Melrose Place (1992–1999), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000), Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996–2003), Lizzie McGuire (2001–2004) and The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008–2013)

n 1972, Williams landed the role of Potsie Weber in a segment of the comedy-anthology series Love, American Style titled "Love and the Happy Days", which also introduced Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard), Richie's mother Marion (Marion Ross), and other characters that were spun off into the television series Happy Days. (Only Williams, Howard, and Ross reprised their roles for the spin-off). The new series' first season, during which Williams received second billing after Howard, was centered mainly on Richie and Potsie. Eventually, as break-out character Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler) and Richie's mother, father, and sister became more popular, Potsie was joined by Ralph Malph (Don Most, who was merely a side character in season one), and Potsie and Ralph became inseparable.

Unlike Howard and Most, Williams was one of the few to remain through the entire run of the series, although his appearances became less frequent in later seasons. In some episodes, Richie, Potsie, and Ralph formed a band combo that performed at Arnold's Drive-In and other places. As Potsie, Williams actually sang lead vocals for the group. Williams' first wife, Lorrie Mahaffey, portrayed Potsie's girlfriend, Jennifer, in later seasons.

After Happy Days, Williams began a much more prolific career as a television director, starting with short programs for adolescent-age children, including afterschool specials "No Greater Gift" (1985) and "The Drug Knot" (1986), and TV-movie Lone Star Kid (1986). He has gone on to direct many episodes for a variety of television series, including Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place, seaQuest DSV, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Charmed. He also directed several episodes of the TV series 7th Heaven.

Alley Mills

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is an American actress best known for her role as Norma Arnold, the mother in the coming-of-age series The Wonder Years, and her current role as Pamela Douglas, the sister of the late Forrester matriarch Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery), on the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, film, television, stage actor, and author Orson Bean. Bean is well known for being a long-term celebrity panelist of To Tell the Truth and Match Game. She also appeared on a special "Celebrity TV Moms" episode of the Anne Robinson version of The Weakest Link, in which she was the second one eliminated.

Mills had a recurring role in the television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, as Marjorie Quinn, Dr. Michaela Quinn's sister. She had previously appeared in the series as a saloon girl.

Mills joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful as Pamela Douglas, the estranged sister of Stephanie Douglas Forrester, on December 1, 2006. She was put under contract, but after making only a handful of appearances, her character went insane, was confined to a mental hospital, and then disappeared from the show in March 2007. Mills reprised the role on recurring status in 2007 and 2008 and has been added to the opening credits as a contract player as of December 2008

April Tatro

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a former contortionist and actress who appeared in the role of Isis in her Human form in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Assignment: Earth" in an uncredited role. She filmed her scene on Friday 5 January 1968 at Paramount Stage 5.

In fan circles it was long speculated that the briefly seen Human form of the cat Isis was portrayed by actress Victoria Vetri, and this had been repeated so often that many articles and websites treated it as fact. However, Vetri herself confirmed that she was not in the episode: "I was never in an episode of STAR TREK. I know that people think I was [...] I am not sure who she was. Look close enough and you can see that she has blue eyes and I, of course, have brown." (Little Shope of Horrors #41, p. 71)

On 12 March 2019 (citing a production call sheet for extras dated 5 January 1968), Larry Nemecek revealed on his podcast The Trek Files that the Human form of Isis was portrayed by actress, dancer, and contortionist April Tatro.

April also appeared with Lynda Carter in "Wonder Woman", and also "Big Top Pee-Wee", "Malcom In The Middle", & "Blazing Saddles"

Bill Mumy

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an American actor, musician, pitchman, instrumentalist, voice-over artist and a figure in the science-fiction community. He is known primarily for his work as a child television actor.

The red-headed Mumy came to prominence in the 1960s as a child actor, most notably as Will Robinson, the youngest of the three children of Prof. John and Dr. Maureen Robinson (played by Guy Williams and June Lockhart respectively) and friend of the nefarious and pompous Dr. Zachary Smith (played by Jonathan Harris), in the 1960s CBS sci-fi television series Lost in Space.

He later appeared as a lonely teenager, Sterling North, in the 1969 Disney film, Rascal, and as Teft in the 1971 film Bless the Beasts and Children. In the 1990s, he had the role of Lennier in the syndicated sci-fi TV series Babylon 5, and he also served as narrator of A&E Network's Emmy Award-winning series, Biography. He is also notable for his musical career, as a solo artist and as half of the duo Barnes & Barnes.

He is well known as a player in the original Twilight Zone (1959 to 1964), especially in the episode "It's a Good Life" (November 1961), where he played a child who terrorizes his town with his psychic powers. Mumy also played the character of young Pip, a boy who enjoyed playing with his father but was always ignored, in the episode "In Praise of Pip" (September 1963), and the character of Billy Bayles, a boy who talks to his dead grandmother through a toy telephone, in the episode "Long Distance Call" (March 1961). He later played an adult Anthony, whose daughter (played by his daughter, Liliana Mumy) has similar powers, in episode "It's Still a Good Life" (February 2003) of the second revival of The Twilight Zone. Also, he wrote the episode "Found and Lost" in the second revival of The Twilight Zone.

In 1961. Billy played on Alfred Hitchcock presents TV series on episode Door without a key.". Also, in this episode is the actor who played his father on the Twilight Zone's episode of "It's a good life."

In 1963, at the age of eight, he appeared in Jack Palance's ABC circus drama The Greatest Show on Earth.

In 1964 he appeared as Richard Kimble's nephew in ABC's The Fugitive in the 15th episode entitled "Home Is The Hunted"; as Barry in the NBC medical drama The Eleventh Hour, episode "Sunday Father"; as himself three times in the ABC sitcom The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet; in the Disney film For the Love of Willadena; and as a troubled orphan taken home with Darrin and Samantha Stephens in Bewitched episode "A Vision of Sugarplums" (December 1964).

Mumy was the first choice for the 1964 role of Eddie Munster, but his parents objected because of the extensive make-up, and the role went to Butch Patrick. Mumy did appear in one episode as a friend of Eddie. Also in 1965, he guest starred on an episode of "I Dream of Jeannie" (Whatever Became Of Baby Custer?), as a neighborhood kid, who witnesses Jeannie's magic.

In 1973 he played a musician friend of Cliff DeYoung in the TV movie Sunshine, and later reprised the role in Sunshine Christmas.

In 1974 he played Nick Butler in the pilot episode of The Rockford Files.

He is well known as Will Robinson, a regular character in the television series Lost in Space (1965 - 1968), and as ambassadorial aide Lennier in the syndicated series Babylon 5 (1994–1998). Mumy has garnered praise from science fiction fandom for his portrayal of these two characters.

In 1996, he was a writer and co-creator of the show Space Cases, a Nickelodeon television show with themes similar to Lost in Space.

He played a Starfleet member in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "The Siege of AR-558" (November 1998). To his delight, he played a human character who assists Ezri Dax in turning cloaked Dominion mines against an army of Jem'Hadar.

Recent acting performances can be seen in a 2006 episode of Crossing Jordan and the Sci Fi original film A.I. Assault.

Mumy has narrated over 50 episodes of the Arts & Entertainment Channel's Biography series, as well as hosting and narrating several other documentaries and specials for A & E, Animal Planet network, The Sci Fi Channel, and E!. His voice over acting talents can be heard on animated shows like Ren and Stimpy, Scooby Doo, Batman: The Animated Series, Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs, Little Wizard Adventures, The Oz Kids and Disney's Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. He also voices dozens of national commercials, such as Farmers Insurance, Ford, Bud Ice, Blockbuster, Twix, Oscar Mayer, and McDonald's.

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Brad is best known for providing the personality and the voice for one of the world's most beloved cartoon characters -- Charlie Brown. He's recorded several Emmy/Peabody nominated CBS Prime Time Specials, including "What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?" and the classic Saturday morning cartoon series, "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show."

He has also been the voice in the animated musicals, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown", "It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown", and the tribute/anniversary specials, "It's Your 20th Television Anniversary, Charlie Brown" and "Good Grief, Charlie Brown: A Tribute to Charles Schulz." In addition to his working on Charlie Brown productions, Brad worked closely with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, soon after it was formed. There he provided additional character voices for numerous feature films, including "The Natural", "Gremlins", "Uncommon Valor", and "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." He also was featured in numerous television commercials and print assignments. Brad was also featured in a number of films, including "Monster in the Closet", "Summer Camp Nightmare", and "She's Out Of Control." Brad was also regularly seen on several network television dramas and sitcoms, including "Trapper John, M.D.", "Diff'rent Strokes", "Silver Spoons", and "Taxi", to name a few. . His fondest times are those when he worked closely for a number of years with legends, Bill Melendez, Lee Mendelson, and of course, Charles Schulz. As a youngster, he often brought his ideas to Lee Mendelson when they were producing the Charlie Brown programs. There were many a times that his ideas were incorporated into the script. Brad is an Ambassador of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang.

Brendon Boone

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born in Meridian, MS,he was encouraged by , Jimmy Stewart, After a brief stint studying in New York, Brendon moved to Hollywood, where he began his career writing, producing and starring in "The Tormented Years" with Jane Russell's brother Jamie directing.

Early guest starring roles on TV, in such shows as "Bonanza", "Rawhide" and "The Virginian" and the TV movie "Assault!" led to his starring in the WWII action series, "Garrison's Gorillas" in 1967-68, as the enigmatic, knife wielding half-breed Indian, Chief, a role he'd created originally for "Assault!", and which earned him a Golden Globe nomination from the International Hollywood Foreign Press Association for Most Popular TV Star - Male. Additional TV guest starring credits include "Gunsmoke" (where his portrayal of Hawk in the episode of the same named earned that series one of its highest ratings), "Quincy, ME", "Emergency", "Falcon Crest", "Fantasy Island", and "Jake and the Fat Man", and the TV movies "The Hanged Man", "Death Race", "Hanging by a Thread" and "The Hostage Heart". He also starred with Stephen Boyd, Cameron Mitchell, France Nuyen and Ray Milland in the 1973 feature film, "The Big Game".

Cathy Silvers Click to read the full biography.
an American actress and author, and the daughter of legendary actor/comedian Phil Silvers. She is best known for her role as boy-crazy teenager Jenny Piccalo in later seasons of the TV sitcom Happy Days. She also provided the voice of Marie Dodo, Big Bird's adoptive sister, in Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird.

Personal Quotes

When I was filming Sgt. Bilko (1996), I had the feeling that he [my father, Phil Silvers] was there watching over us. For me it was overwhelming to be part of something my father had created. It was as heartwarming as it was fun. With all due respect to Steve Martin, he's just not my father. He was wise not to try to imitate what my father did. He created his own Bilko.

Sons and daughters of doctors, dentists and lawyers go to their fathers' offices. I went to movie and stage sets. I went to Beverly Hills High School and most of my friends' parents were in the business, too. Milton Berle lived next door to us and Lucille Ball lived at the end of the block. I grew up thinking acting was what everyone did.

It ["Happy Days" (1974)] couldn't have been a better initiation into the business. They were like one big happy family when I arrived, and they took me into their family. Everyone on the show was supportive and kind. I've done a lot of TV series work since and I've never had the situation duplicated.

My dad [Phil Silvers] made a guest appearance on one episode of "Happy Days" (1974), playing Jenny's father. It was magic. I'd always heard people talk about how exciting it was to work with my dad and I got to see why. He was really special. It was the only time we got to work together.

Cindy Margolis Click to read the full biography.
an American glamor spokesmodel and actress. Her modeling career took off when agents started asking about the woman on the cards. She has modeled in advertising for companies such as Reebok, Vidal Sassoon, Coors, Frederick's of Hollywood, Hanes, and Sunkist.

She was Miss Makita Power Tools 1986 and did appearances at woodworking trade shows.

Among late night television viewers, she is best known as an infomercial co-presenter including work with Tony Robbins and Don Lapre. Margolis also appeared briefly as one of Barker's Beauties in 1995 on the game show The Price Is Right. She also appeared as a fembot in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. She had a late night Saturday talk show in 2000 called The Cindy Margolis Show,

Margolis emerged as a star in the early days of the Internet. She was named Yahoo! Internet Life magazine's "Queen of the Internet" from 1996 to 1999. She also found her way into the 2000 Guinness Book of World Records as a result of being the "most downloaded" person in 1999. At the peak of her popularity, images of Margolis were downloaded 70,000 times in a span of 24 hours

In November 2005, Margolis teamed up with the World Poker Tour to become the new hostess for Chipleaders. In an April 2006 interview with The Washington Post, Margolis discussed her nude photo session for the December 2006 issue of Playboy, saying that she had posed for Playboy many times in the past, but never completely nude. She cited her good looks at age 40 and wanting to be an inspiration to mothers and women her age as the reason she chose to finally pose nude. "It will be fun to go up against the 20-year-olds and show them that they don't have anything on me!" she told the AP. In an interview with EXTRA! magazine she said that Desperate Housewives had been an inspiration for her as it showed that mothers her age can also be fit and sexy.

Margolis posed for a second Playboy pictorial for the July 2008 issue.
"Me, of all people, the ultimate girl next door, the one who made it by not taking off her clothes. And now my crowning achievement is doing Playboy and being comfortable in my own skin."

In 2006, she was the winner of NBC's Celebrity Cooking Showdown. She teamed up with celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck to win both the first and final rounds. In 2008, she was to perform as a magician on CBS's Secret Talents of the Stars, . Later that year, production began on a new Fox Reality Channel original series, Seducing Cindy, a dating reality show in which male contestants, aged 18–49, battled to win the affection of Margolis.

Darlene Vogel Click to read the full biography.
an American actress who was a model and did commercials before getting into acting.

Vogel's first feature film was the 1989 science fiction film, Back to the Future Part II and as the IFT intern in the pre-show segment for 1991 film ride, Back to the Future: The Ride for the Universal movie parks. Vogel has appeared in numerous TV roles, with probably best known role being a part on the USA Network TV series, Pacific Blue as Officer Chris Kelly from 1996 to 1999. She is also known for her role on the soap opera One Life to Live as Dr. Melanie Farrell McIver from January 2000 to October 2001. Vogel's other films include are Ski School, Angel 4: Undercover, and Ring of Steel. She has made guest appearances on TV shows, including Full House, Farscape, Northern Exposure, Boy Meets World and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Donny Most Click to read the full biography.
an American actor best known for his role as Ralph Malph on the television series Happy Days.

Most had a role as a regular cast member on Happy Days, appearing through to the final (11th) season. Most has appeared in other film and television work. Film credits include EDtv (1999), Planting Melvin (2005) and The Great Buck Howard(2008). He also made the regular round of guest appearances on TV shows like Emergency!, CHiPs, Baywatch, The Love Boat, Sliders, Star Trek: Voyager, Diagnosis: Murder and Glee. He also made an appearance on Charles in Charge, alongside his former Happy Days co-star, Scott Baio. He plays a man who has just won the lottery, and as part of the cameo joke, runs up to Scott Baio and waving the winning ticket shouts, "It looks like Happy Days are here again!" He also receives several looks from Scott Baio that suggests familiarity throughout the episode.

Edie McClurg Click to read the full biography.
American character actress. She is known for her perky North Central dialect (or Upper Midwest accent), common to persons from Middle America.

McClurg began her career with a role in the 1976 Brian De Palma horror film Carrie as Helen Shyres, one of Carrie's classmates. The following year, she was a member of the cast of The Richard Pryor Show. In 1980, she was a regular performer on The David Letterman Show in the persona of Mrs. Marv Mendenhall. She also had a role in Elvira's first motion picture, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, in which she plays the Town Council President Chastity Pariah who uses her uptight conservative views to convince the townsfolk to get rid of Elvira. She also had a minor role in Cheech & Chong's Next Movie.

Having been a member of the Groundlings, she worked with fellow Groundling player, Paul Reubens, aka Pee-Wee Herman, on his first play “The Pee Wee Herman Show." In 1981, Edie McClurg starred as "Hermit Hattie" in Paul Reubens stage show The Pee-wee Herman Show. She has performed in nearly 90 movies and 55 TV episodes, usually typecast as a middle-aged, somewhat stubborn and dimwitted Midwesterner. McClurg is known for a number of roles, including Mr. Rooney's secretary Grace in Ferris Bueller's Day Off; Lucille Tarlek on WKRP in Cincinnati; Lynn in She's Having a Baby; perky PTA member (and ally of Stella Johnson), Willamae Jones, in the television remake of Harper Valley PTA; motherly and very friendly next-door neighbor Mrs. Patty Poole on The Hogan Family, nosy next-door neighbor Bonnie Brindle on Small Wonder, the car-rental agent whom Steve Martin berates in Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Mrs. Violet Bleakman on Clifford the Big Red Dog; and as Mrs. Beeker on the long-running family drama 7th Heaven. McClurg guest starred as Barri's mother in a January 2007 episode of Campus Ladies.

She performed as one of the wicked stepsisters in the Faerie Tale Theatre production of Cinderella. She appeared on several TV game shows, including Match Game, The ,000 Pyramid, Password Plus and Super Password. She was in special celebrity episodes of Family Feud when Ray Combs was the host, playing on the FunnyWomen Team against the FunnyMen.

McClurg has also performed voice acting for animated shows. She contributed the voice of Fran the squirrel on "Higglytown Heroes" who acted as an almost nanny to the kids giving them advice and also guidance. She contributed assorted voices for The Jetsons, Ms. Seabottom in The Snorks, Louie Anderson's sweet mom on Life with Louie, Doctor Flora, the nurse of Ant Island and member of the council in A Bug's Life and Minny in the animated film Cars and the sequel Cars 2. She is the voice of Carlotta in The Little Mermaid and Miss Right (a female crow) in The Secret of NIMH. She voiced a character in the Nightmare Ned video game. She is the voice of Barsa in the Disney dub of Kiki's Delivery Service. She is the voice of Fran the squirrel on Higglytown Heroes on The Disney Channel and as Mrs. Claus in Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen. She performed the voice of Grandma Taters in episodes of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron. When her nephew Chris McClurg asked her to do a children's show, she also appeared on and Invader Zim episodes "Dark Harvest" and "Career Day". However she was voiced by Antoinette Spolar. She also appeared in an episode of "Roseanne" titled "Bingo" from the fourth season. She is also the voice of Bea's mother in Fish Hooks and Winnie Pig in Tiny Toons How i spent my vacation.

One of her best known on-screen moments is her two-word reply to Steve Martin's ranting expletive-laden monologue in Planes, Trains & Automobiles. McClurg was also in an episode of the TV sitcom The Golden Girls, playing a nurse from Shady Pines that Sophia hated to see again. McClurg performed in an episode of Hannah Montana as Cindy Merriweather. On April 9, 2007, she made an appearance on the NBC show Thank God You're Here.

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Gail Edwards

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an American former actress. She is known for her roles as Dot Higgins in ABC's It's a Living, Sharon LeMeure in NBC's Blossom, and Vicky Larson in ABC's Full House.

In 1975, after graduating from the University of Miami cum laude, Edwards wrote, produced, and starred in the off-Broadway musical Becoming It won the Miami Herald Critics’ Choice award three times before the musical debuted in New York. While in New York, Edwards signed with the LeMond/Zetter Management Group. Soon afterwards, she landed the role of Sandy opposite Peter Gallagher in Broadway's East Coast tour of Grease. After producing and starring in two additional productions, The Good One and Vanities, both earning her the Drama-Logue Critics' Award, Edwards turned her focus toward television.

Upon moving to Los Angeles in 1976, Edwards signed with the Ro Diamond Agency (later with the Gersh Agency) and immediately began landing guest-star roles on such television series as Happy Days, Lou Grant, MASH and Taxi.

In 1979, Edwards auditioned for a Witt/Thomas production, in which she landed the role of Dot Higgins on ABC's It’s a Living. The series ran on ABC from 1980 to 1982, and was revived in first-run syndication from 1985 to 1989. Edwards, along with Barrie Youngfellow, Paul Kreppel and the late Marian Mercer, were the only four members of the It's a Living cast who lasted during the network and syndicated runs. After ABC canceled the show in 1982, Edwards' management was informed by the producers of Happy Days that they were offering her the role of new character K.C. Cunningham, the niece of Howard and Marion Cunninghamwho was moving in with the family. Without informing Edwards of the offer, her management declined the opportunity, reportedly stating that they did not want Edwards "playing a new character on an old show". Crystal Bernard was then hired for the part. Edwards did not learn of the incident until many years later. In 1985, Edwards and Bernard wound up as co-stars on It's a Living, when the latter resumed production for first-run syndication.

Edwards also appeared in many movies-of-the-week during the 1980s, along with numerous other guest-star appearances in such series as Benson, Buffalo Bill, Doogie Howser, M.D., Knight Rider, Night Court and the premiere episode of Amazing Stories, directed by Steven Spielberg.

In 1990, Edwards was reunited with former Happy Days producers Thomas L. Miller and Robert L. Boyett, when she was cast as divorced mother Hilary Kozak on their single-season CBS sitcom The Family Man. Upon the series' cancellation in the summer of 1991, Edwards was asked by Miller and Boyett to join the cast of their hit ABC series Full House. They felt Edwards was right for the role of Vicky Larson, a talk show host who strikes up a relationship with Danny Tanner. Edwards made her Full House debut late that year, when the Vicky character first appeared as a substitute host for Rebecca Donaldson, who was on maternity leave, on (the fictional) Wake Up, San Francisco. Vicky and Danny soon embark on a long-term relationship, and are engaged in the show's seventh season. Edwards' co-star on The Family Man, Scott Weinger, was transferred over to Full House along with her, playing Steve Hale, the high school boyfriend of D.J. Tanner.

During her tenure on Full House, Edwards also had the recurring guest role of Sharon LeMeure, the fast-talking mother of Six on NBC’s Blossom. Edwards' work on Blossom reunited her with former It's a Living producers Paul Junger Witt and Tony Thomas, who produced both series.

Edwards concluded her roles on Full House (with Vicky Larson having a mutual breakup with Danny Tanner) and Blossom in the spring of 1994. She retired from show business at that time and moved to the Southwest.

In September 2017, it was announced that Edwards would return to acting by reprising her role as Vicky Larson in the third season of the Full House sequel series Fuller House. She appears in the Season 3 finale, "Here Comes the Sun"

Ingo Rademacher

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is Australian television actor, perhaps best known for his role of Jasper "Jax" Jacks on the American daytime soap opera General Hospital, which he has played almost continuously since the role's inception in 1996. In 2012, he played Officer Sacks in the film Alex Cross. Rademacher placed 5th on the 16th season of Dancing with the Stars.

General Hospital producer Wendy Riche saw his (unsuccessful) audition tape for the soap opera The City and immediately cast him as Jasper "Jax" Jacks. The character, a suave tycoon, has been involved with a succession of General Hospitalcharacters, most notably Brenda Barrett (played by Vanessa Marcil), who was also a love interest of Sonny Corinthos(played by Maurice Benard). However, Jax may have met his match – or his soulmate – when he romanced and then married Carly Corinthos (played by Laura Wright), Sonny's ex and the mother of two of Sonny's children. Jax and Carly's relationship has been a passionate and tempestuous one, marked by separations and reunions. Carly's relationship with her ex-husband and his henchman, Jason Morgan, has been the cause of many of hers and Jax's problems; Jax despises Sonny and feels that he and Sonny have put Carly and the children in danger. Jax came close to legally adopting Carly's younger son, Morgan. Together, Jax and Carly have a teenage daughter, Josslyn.

During a one-year break from General Hospital, Rademacher appeared on the short-lived primetime soap opera Titans. Jax reappeared on General Hospital on 23 August 2012. He returned to the show for a several-week-long story arc in 2016. That same year, he also had a recurring role as Robert Coughlin on Hawaii Five-0.

Rademacher was a contestant on the 16th season of Dancing with the Stars and was partnered with two-time champion Kym Johnson.

In September 2017, it was announced that Rademacher had joined the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful in the role of Thorne Forrester He made his first appearance on 27 November 2017.

Irina Voronina

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Irina dreamed of becoming a model. However she was always told “No” by the Russian modeling scouts, at the age of 19 she was considered to be “too old” to start a modeling career. She would not take no for an answer, and at the age of 20 she moved to Milan, Italy, to make her dreams come true.

She was immediately signed by a big agency, and was instantly booking print jobs and TV commercials in Italy and the rest of Europe. As her international modeling career began to skyrocket, Irina made her way to the US, where she was introduced to Playboy Studio West in Los Angeles CA.
It took no time at all for the Russian beauty to become Playboy’s Miss January 2001, and Irina permanently relocated to LA to take her career to the next level. She signed with Wilhelmina LA, which offered her the opportunity to work with world-famous photographers such as Teri Richardson, Mathew Rolston, Antoine Verglas, David LaChapelle and many others. She’s an advertisers dream, known for her gorgeous smile, charm and on-set professionalism. Irina represented many international brands including SKYY Vodka, Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra, Bacardi, Sisley & Detour to name a few. She has millions of visual impressions around the globe via the covers and pages of worldwide magazines; FHM, Maxim, Playboy (in 20 countries), Max (Italy), Ocean, Shape, 944, Knockout, Q (UK), People (Australia), and most recently Kandy, Rukus, Vape and Browz magazines.
In 2008 Irina was named St. Pauli Girl spokes model and completed a 12-month PR tour across America. She became the first ever St Pauli Girl to ring the NYSE closing bell representing Constellation Brands. The St. Pauli Girl
experience served as valuable media training for Irina, and she began
accepting hosting engagements. From 2011-2012 Irina was the main host for Playboy Radio’s weekly show “Playmate Club,” and has interviewed hundreds of celebrities live on air.
In 2013 Irina was named Kandy Magazine’s Model of the Year as a result of her fans downloading the highest number of digital issues that year.
She is also a 3 times Kandy magazine cover girl.
In 2001 Irina’s first agent told her that she will never be able to be an actress because of her accent. And again, she would not take no for an answer. Irina worked very hard on eliminating her accents, and took classes at the best acting schools.
She got her first big screen break in “Reno 911!: The movie” as the funny foreign girl. Since then she appeared on many feature films, including “Balls of Fury”, “Piranha 3DD”, “Lazer Team”, “Killing Hasselhoff”, an indie film “Scramble” to be released in December of 2017, which she also co-produced. Irina’s television credits include; a series regular role in the fully improvised sitcom “Svetlana” for HD Net, the first ever live action show on Adult Swim Network “Saul of the Mole Men,” guest star appearances on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly,” “Tosh.0”, “Reno 911!” to name a few. In 2018 we Irina appeared in “13 Reason Why” (Netflix).
In 2015 Irina took stage as a stand up comedian. Even though English is her second language, she pushes an envelope with her unapologetic and straightforward sense of humor.
Irina takes you on a journey from her life back in USSR to gracing on the pages of Playboy magazine. Irina has performed at the Comedy Store (LA), Flappers (Burbank), Improv (Ontario), Ice House (Pasadena), and many other comedy clubs in the LA area.
Irina also produces her own bi-monthly all girl stand –up comedy show “Comedy Stew” at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood.
In 2016-2017 Irina was contracted to a live streaming app Busker, where she broadcasted 62 episodes of a weekly cooking show “Cook With Irina
In 2018 she was accepted and performed at Joshua Tree Improv & Comedy Festival, Palm Springs Comedy Festival, Orange County Comedy Festival, Burbank Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival, Laugh Riot Grrrl, and a US Comedy Contest.
Irina loves connecting with her fans and stays active daily across all social media platforms with 4+ million followers.
Irina is gladly collaborates with the brands, and is able to create quality sponsored content from beautiful imagery to infomercials and comedy sketches. Irina's Halloween skit was featured on Halloween Show of Laugh Exchange App.
Look for Irina's first Comedy Appearance on Laugh After Dark series on Amazon Prime Video (set to air in February 2019).
Irina is always happy to support various charities with personal appearances and through her social media reach.
Irina remains actively involved with Playboy Enterprises and is proud to represent the brand via appearances in the iconic bunny costume. She is commonly spotted at key red carpet, social, fashion and entertainment events in support of her fellow Playmates causes, and the brand that helped launch her career

J.J. Cohen Click to read the full biography.
an American actor who has appeared in film and on television. Cohen's first feature film was in the 1984 film Paradise Motel. It was not until 1985, he would get his big role in the film Back to the Future as Skinhead, a member of Biff Tannen's gang.

In 1989, he reprised his role in Back to the Future Part II, a year later, he appeared in Back to the Future Part III as a member of Needles's gang

According to the DVD commentary, he was originally up for the role of Biff but did not appear physically imposing next to Eric Stoltz who was originally cast as Marty McFly. Writer and producer Bob Gale noted that, had the much shorter Michael J. Fox been cast as Marty from the beginning as they had hoped, Cohen probably would have played Biff.

Cohen's other film roles include the 1985 film Secret Admirer. He starred in the 1986 drama film Fire with Fire. Cohen's other big role was in the 1987 action film The Principal as White Zac. He also appeared in the 1988 horror film 976-EVIL. Cohen's most recent film was in the 2000 film Almost Famous.

Cohen has appeared in television series, including V: The Series, Baywatch, Amazing Stories, Pacific Blue and Providenc

James Patrick Stuart Click to read the full biography.
an American actor and voice actor, currently portraying Valentin Cassadine on the daytime soap operaGeneral Hospital.

As a child actor, he went by the name Patrick Stuart, and starred in the 1980s TV series Galactica 1980 as Doctor Zee.

Stuart played Confederate Colonel Edward Porter Alexander in the 1993 film Gettysburg and its 2003 prequel Gods and Generals. Between 1989 and 1992, he was the second actor (after Lonnie Quinn) to play Will Cortlandt on the daytime soap opera All My Children. He is known mostly for his work on television. Appearing in such shows as CSI, Andy Richter Controls the Universe, The Closer90210, Still Standing, Seinfeld, and Supernatural. He also provides the voices of Avalanche on Wolverine and the X-Men, Private the Penguin and Joey the Kangaroo in Nickelodeon's The Penguins of Madagascar, Cpl. Griffen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Pvt. MacGregor in Call of Duty 2, Number II Organization XIII member Xigbar in Kingdom Hearts II, Kingdom Hearts III and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, his complete self Braig in Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, and both characters in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

Jamie Luner Click to read the full biography.
an American actress who first came to prominence on the ABC sitcom Just the Ten of Us, but is perhaps better known for her role as Lexi Sterling on Melrose Place. She also starred on television as Rachel Burke in the final season of Profiler. Luner portrayed Liza Colby on the ABC soap opera All My Children from April 2009 until its final episode on September 23, 2011. Luner is also well known for her lead roles in many Lifetime movies.

After guest starring in several episodes of the sitcom Growing Pains, Luner went on to star as sexy yet scatterbrained Cindy Lubbock in the Growing Painsspinoff, Just the Ten of Us (1988–1990), which also starred Heather Langenkamp, Brooke Theiss and JoAnn Willette as Luner's fictional sisters. At one point in the show, the foursome comprised a fictional singing group, "The Lubbock Babes". To date, Luner is the only one of the four who has not appeared in a Nightmare On Elm Street movie. Luner also guest starred in a Halloween-themed episode of Growing Pains in which she portrayed a vanishing hitchhiker. After Just the Ten of Us ended, Luner took a break from acting and attended the Epicurian Cooking School, eventually becoming a chef at a popular Los Angeles, California restaurant.

Luner returned to television, playing a troubled teenager, in 1993 in the Television film, Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter?, starring opposite Linda Gray. Luner followed this up with a succession of Television films, most notably Confessions of a Sorority Girl (1994), which began her extended professional association with producer Aaron Spelling

Luner's next big break came in 1996, when she was cast as scheming vixen Peyton Richards in Spelling's prime-time soap opera, Savannah (1996–1997). Later in 1997, Luner was cast in Spelling's Melrose Place, playing the role of scheming Lexi Sterling until the series' conclusion in 1999.

In 1999, immediately following the cancellation of Melrose Place, Luner was cast as Rachel Burke, Ally Walker's replacement in NBC's Profiler. She played the role until the show was cancelled at the end of its fourth season in 2000 Following the cancellation of Profiler, Luner continued to work steadily, with guest appearances on several television series including The Outer Limits, CSI: Miami and a three-episode arc on That's Life. In 2000, Luner also starred in the independent feature Sacrifice, along with Michael Madsen.

In 2003, Luner joined the cast of another Spelling drama, playing the role of Senior Deputy Ryan Layne in 10-8: Officers on Duty (2003–2004). The series was cancelled after Luner had appeared in just five episodes. Also in 2003, Luner starred opposite Nicholas Lea in the Sci Fi Channel original movie Threshold, and in 2004 guest-starred in an episode of NCIS, called "Dead Man Talking."

In 2005, Luner appeared in four TV movies for the cable network Lifetime Television: The Suspect (2005), Blind Injustice(2005), Stranger in my Bed (2005), and The Perfect Marriage (2006).

In 2007, Luner appeared as Susan in the comedy Black and Bluestein at The Santa Monica Playhouse. Also that year, Luner starred in Nuclear Hurricane, a Sci Fi Channel original movie, and made a guest appearance on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

In April 2009, Luner joined the cast of All My Children as Liza Colby. (Marcy Walker, who originally played Liza, had retired from show business several years earlier.) The soap was cancelled in 2011, after which Luner starred in the Lifetime movies Walking the Halls, Stalked at 17 and The Perfect Boss. She then guest-starred in both Supernatural and Criminal Minds in 2013. In 2014, Luner was cast in the Investigation Discovery series Heartbreakers opposite Jack Wagner and Rob Estes.The following year, she has appeared in two another Lifetime movies, The Wrong Girl and The Bride He Bought Online. She also had the recurring role on the second season of TNT crime drama, Murder in the First, and guest-starred on Better Call Saul and Code Black

Joey Lawrence Click to read the full biography.
an American actor, musician, and game show host. He got his start as a child star in the early 1980s and is best known for his role as Joey Russo in Blossom. Lawrence also starred in the series Brotherly Love with his real-life brothers Matthew and Andrew.

Lawrence's first acting role was in a Cracker Jack commercial. At the age of five, he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, where he performed the song "Give My Regards to Broadway".

After appearing in guest spots on Diff'rent Strokes and Silver Spoons, Lawrence won the role of Joey Donovan on the hit NBC sitcom Gimme a Break! in 1983. He continued in that role until the series ended in 1987. 1985 marked Lawrence's theatrical debut with the release of Summer Rental. Lawrence provided the voice of Oliver, the protagonist in the 1988 Disney film Oliver & Company. From 1991-95, Lawrence co-starred in the hit TV series Blossom, playing "Joey Russo".

Lawrence has also starred in the series Brotherly Love (which featured his real life brothers, Matthew and Andrew Lawrence) and Run of the House, and has guest starred on such programs as American Dreams and CSI: NY One of Lawrence's film credits is Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000).

In 2006, Lawrence appeared on ABC's Dancing with the Stars. Paired with professional dancer Edyta Śliwińska, he placed third in the competition.

In May 2007, he starred in the Broadway hit Chicago as Billy Flynn He next hosted a dance competition show on The Learning Channel, Master of Dance, which premiered June 9, 2008.

In 2009, Lawrence starred in the television movie My Fake Fiancé with Melissa Joan Hart, which premiered on ABC Family to 3.6 million viewers, becoming the most-watched television movie of the ratings season, sweeping top rank in its time-period in key demos. In August 2010, Lawrence returned to television in the ABC Family sitcom Melissa & Joey, again opposite Hart. Hart plays a woman who hires Lawrence as a nanny to help care for her incarcerated sister's kids. Lawrence's character is a former figure in the financial industry whose company came under investigation for wrongdoing and caused his professional life to be put on hold. Lawrence's brothers have guest starred on the show. Matthew Lawrence played Tony Longo in season 1 episode 25 and Andrew Lawrence appeared in season 1 episode 26 as Ryder Scanlan's teacher, Evan McKay. The series was renewed for its fourth season and ended in 2015

In 2012, he was contracted to be a Chippendales dancer for a special engagement in June at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.On March 19, 2013, Lawrence began appearing in the ABC reality show Splash,

Music career
Lawrence has said that music was always his passion, and at the height of his success began a recording career. Lawrence was 16 when his debut album Joey Lawrence was released in February 1993. Produced by Steve Barri, Tony Peluso, Terry Lupton and Ian Prince. Lawrence co-wrote some material, including the international hit single "Nothin' My Love Can't Fix" (#6 Billboard Hot 100 Airplay, #10 Billboard Top 40 Mainstream, #19 Billboard Hot 100, #13 United Kingdom, #68 Australia). The song was used as the end-title theme from the movie Cop and a Half; its music video received heavy airplay on MTV and MuchMusic, and Lawrence was invited to perform live on MTV's Spring Break, The Arsenio Hall Show, and the UK's Top of the Pops in 1993

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an American actor and singer. Brown is a nightclub and stage performer as well as a comic actor, and a regular cast member of the television series Laugh-in.

Brown is mostly remembered for his chubby physique, wide ingratiating smile, mobile facial expressions, and easy pleasant joking style. Brown is most famous, however, for his role as building superintendent Nathan Bookman on the 1970s CBS sitcom, Good Times. Bookman was often the brunt of fat jokes via the show's main character J. J. Evans (Jimmie Walker). Brown portrayed Bookman until the series was cancelled in 1979. Other television shows Brown has appeared on include The Flip Wilson Show, The Jeffersons, Family Matters, Sister, Sister, The Jamie Foxx Show and Martin. Brown also used to go to school with Walter Dean Myers when he lived in Harlem as a boy.

In the early 1970s, Brown starred in a television commercial for the Write Brothers pen, a short-lived product of the Papermate pen company. The commercial consisted of an elaborate musical number, "Write On, Brothers, Write On", led by Brown as a schoolteacher who encourages his chorus line of students to use this pen for their school assignments.

In 1997, Brown contributed his voice to the introduction of the compilation album Comedy Stew: The Best of Redd Foxx. In the introduction, Brown tells of how Norman Lear had considered Brown to play the role of Lamont in Sanford and Son, but was unavailable to do so because of his prior commitment to Laugh-In, leading Lear to give the role to Demond Wilsoninstead

Kari Michaelsen Click to read the full biography.
Kari is known worldwide as the Star of the NBC hit sitcom "Gimme a Break."

She is a highly respected Host and Speaker and has interviewed, and "shared the stage" with the worlds greatest leaders, achievers, celebrities and sports icons.

Kari is also the Brand Ambassador for the Internationally loved Brand "Barefoot Dreams." She can be seen appearing weekly on QVC during the Barefoot Dreams "Hour" Shows, and on QVC's Primetime Apparel Shows including "PM Style" and "The Find."

Kathy Garver Click to read the full biography.
an American film, television, voice-over and character actress of stage, most widely known for playing Uncle Bill Davis's (played by Brian Keith) teenaged niece, Catherine "Cissy" Davis, on the popular 1960s sitcom, Family Affair. Before that, she played a slave in The Ten Commandments. Garver authored The Family Affair Cookbook and has been a TV host (Backstage with Barry and Kathy).

While studying, Garver auditioned and won the role of Uncle Bill's teenaged niece, Catherine "Cissy" Davis, the eldest sibling on the original TV series Family Affair, for CBS in 1966. Garver, who'd been a fan of Keith's since she was 10 years old and had guest-starred on Crusader, a television series he had starred in. That one guest-role paid off and Keith himself was impressed to see her grow up and become the amazing young lady that she was. She also enjoyed the wonderful on- and off-screen chemistry with Keith. She would continue playing that role until its cancellation in 1971.

She continued to keep in touch or visit Keith until his death on June 24, 1997, where she attended the funeral. Garver appeared in the Christmas episode of the later revival of Family Affair. She guest starred on numerous television series, including ABC's short-lived The Bing Crosby Show in the 1964-1965 season. Garver also provided the voice of Firestar on the Saturday morning cartoon Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. She also voiced Storm, as well as other female guest characters. In the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon series, she played the voice of Miss America. Garver's Family Affair co-star, Brian Keith, provided the voice of Uncle Ben Parker on the aforementioned Spider-Man series from the 1990s.

Garver was also the voice of Alice Mitchell in the Dennis the Menace cartoon special Mayday for Mother and Pepper in Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos. Her other voice roles included the television series Fonz and the Happy Days Gang, The Tom & Jerry Kids Show, Droopy, Master Detective, The New Yogi Bear Show, The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show and The All-New SuperFriends Hour, the cartoon special Marvin: Baby of the Year and the anime film JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

Garver has also produced, narrated and written lyrics and composed the music for eight audio Beatrix Potter tales and eight Mother Goose based audiotapes for Smarty Pants Inc. Her Beatrix Potter tapes have sold over two million copies and have won numerous awards. Garver has also won two Audie Awards, one for her narration of The Worlds Shortest Stories, the other in 2004 for her direction of Amy Tan in The Opposite of Fate read by the author. She has recorded books for Brilliance Audio, Dove, Listen and Live and can be downloaded at the Timber Wolf Press website. Her voice has also been heard in the films Apollo 13 (which was awarded the Academy Award for sound), Ransom, Backdraft and Jingle All the Way which were all directed by Ron Howard.

Garver was a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women at UCLA. She lives in Hillsborough, California, with her husband David and son Reid. On June 26, 2008, she attended the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony when Brian Keith was awarded a star posthumously; Garver gave a speech on his behalf.

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Kelli started out in Daytime TV, both as the evil adolescent Kimberly in RYAN'S HOPE and then as vengeful Tina in ONE LIFE TO LIVE. Her film debut as the 'Spirit Bunny' Cindy Carr in FAST TMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH caught a lot of attention, but Kelli achieved her greatest enduring cult popularity with her delightful turn as the endearingly spunky Samantha in the science-fiction end-of-the-world NIGHT OF THE COMET.

She's especially memorable as the sweet, killer-robot slayer Alison Parks in the entertaining romp, Cult Classic CHOPPING MALL, as well as Jamie, a strong female survivor in THE ZERO BOYS, and many other films.

Kelli delivered a very strong and impressive portrayal of schizophrenic femme fatale Meredith (Merre) Lake in the superior Showtime mystery thriller FACE DOWN. Maroney acted in and co-produced the award-winning festival short SAM AND MIKE. She has made numerous TV guest star appearances, and most recently appeared as a crazed TV Evangelist on HBO's TRUE BLOOD and the brave 'cougar,' Sheriff Wilma in GILA! THE GIANT MONSTER. She is currently series regular Elizabeth, the third wealthiest woman in the world in the TV pilot BAKER AND DUNN

Kristine DeBell Click to read the full biography.
An American actress who's most prominent film roles included playing A.L., alongside Bill Murray in the comedy Meatballs, Richard Gere's girlfriend in Bloodbrothers and Jackie Chan's girlfriend in The Big Brawl. Television roles included, The Young and the Restless, BJ and the Bear and Night Court.
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" and "The Forgotten One".

Kristy’s known for her athletic abilities, she has competed in “Battle of the Network Stars 1”," Battle of the Network Stars 2”, “Challenge of the Network Stars” and “Us against the World”.

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 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.

Linda Purl

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an American actress and singer, perhaps best known for portraying Ben Matlock's daughter Charlene Matlock in season one of Matlock.

she had a role on the soap opera The Guiding Light. After attending Finch College, Ms. Purl went to England to study under Marguerite Beale, before returning to the United States to study at the Lee Strasberg Institute, and later with Robert Lewis.
Movie roles

Purl's first major movie role was in Jonathan Demme's 1975 comedy, Crazy Mama. Subsequent movie appearances have included The High Country, Visiting Hours, Viper and Mighty Joe Young. She has also featured in many movies made for television, including Little Ladies of the Night and The Young Pioneers. She voiced Delilah in a 1985 direct-to-video episode of The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible.
Television roles

Linda Purl has played several roles on television series, starting with The Secret Storm a daytime drama (in 1973 ). In 1978, she appeared as newlywed Molly Beaton in the ABC western drama series, The Young Pioneers, set in the Dakota Territory of the 1870s and based on the novels of Rose Wilder Lane. She also acted alongside Shaun Cassidy in the 1979 TV movie Like Normal People. On Happy Days she played two different roles: Richie's occasional girlfriend Gloria in season two of the show (1974), and Fonzie's steady girlfriend Ashley eight seasons later (1982-“83). She also played secret agent Kate Del'Amico in the short-lived series Under Cover.

As a guest star: Purl has appeared in a 1974 episode of Hawaii Five-O called "The Hostage", as teenage babysitter "Ruthie" held captive by a deranged veteran. She played two different roles on The Waltons; in 1974 where she played sophisticate Alica in the season three episode, "The Spoilers", and in the season five episode, "The Heartbreaker" (1977), where she played Mary Ellen's sister-in-law (and Jason's love interest) Vanessa, and sang a couple songs in this episode. In 1985, she appeared in Murder, She Wrote - episode entitled "Murder at the Oasis". More recently Purl appeared in the role of Pam Beesly's mother on NBC's The Office, starting with the season six episode "Niagara." In May 2010, Purl made a guest appearance on Desperate Housewives. In 2011, Purl made guest appearances on Showtime's Homeland, playing Elizabeth Gaines.

Lisa London Click to read the full biography.
An American actress best known for starring roles in cult classics like H.O.T.S. and SAVAGE BEACH and the just released already classic SAMURAI COP 2 DEADLY VENGEANCE.

Other credits include SUDDEN IMPACT with Clint Eastwood , DRAGNET with Tom Hanks and PRIVATE RESORT with Johnny Depp. TV credits include LAW&ORDER:SVU and PLAYBOY'S PRIVATE PARTY JOKES. Lisa is nominated for Best Actress Short Film NY International Film Festival 2016

Member of the female singing group "The Pinups.".
Interviewed in the book "Invasion of the B-Girls" by Jewel Shepard.
Her father was Jerry London, a radio announcer for the KCMJ morning show in Palm Desert, California for over 20 years.
Lori Petty

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After this feisty, kinetic, highly offbeat actress from Chattanooga, Tennessee, broke into TV in the 1980s, she immediately set herself apart from the norm with the mini-movie Bates Motel (1987). This rather inauspicious beginning would also set Lori Petty off on a career as a fighter and a misfit, types for which she would be best known.

She spent her childhood traveling the U.S. with her father, a Pentecostal minister. Her keen talents first lent themselves toward being a graphic artist in Omaha, Nebraska, but an impulsive desire to act quickly took precedence, and soon she was off to New York, where she took acting classes and pounded the pavement for jobs. Going nowhere fast, she eventually headed for Los Angeles and finally found an "in." Following a number of mediocre TV roles, she won a bit of attention on the short-lived series Booker (1989) as a lippy secretary, then hit paydirt in secondary roles as an outrageous Cyndi Lauper wannabe in Cadillac Man (1990) and as Patrick Swayze's ex-girlfriend/waitress who hooks up with Keanu Reeves in Point Break (1991).

When her appearance in the 1992 women's baseball comedy drama, A League of Their Own, found Petty practically stealing the limelight from such screen heavies as Madonna and Geena Davis, casting agents took notice, and she subsequently landed roles in such high-profile releases as Free Willy (1993), Poetic Justice (1993), and the Pauly Shore comedy, In the Army Now (1994). Petty's solid dramatic performance as a lone female cop in the 1994 thriller, The Glass Shield, earned her kudos from the critics.

Lori then found her true calling as the bizarre cartoon heroine Tank Girl (1995), which was billed as "a post-apocalyptic comedy." The crop-haired, tough-as-nails actress has been taking it to the limit ever since!

In 1999, Petty portrayed "Noss" on the popular TV series, Star Trek: Voyager.

Petty is also known for providing the voice of the supervillain "Livewire" on the Warner Bros series "Superman: The Animated Series" and "The New Batman Adventures".

In 2003, she co-starred with Gina Gershon and Drea DeMateo as a member of a punk rock band in "Prey For Rock & Roll".

In 2008, Petty's directorial debut, "The Poker House" won awards at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The film is an autobiography which documents a painful day in her life as a teen raising her two younger sisters while living in their mother's whore/ poker house. The mother's pimp contemplates turning her out and rapes her at age fourteen. Strong in all aspects, she perseveres by going on to win her high school championship basketball game immediately after the incident.

In 2015 Lori will play 'Lolly' on episodes of the highly acclaimed TV series "Orange is the New Black".& Gotham

Lynda Goodfriend

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an American actress who is best remembered as Lori Beth Cunningham (née Allen), Richie's girlfriend then wife on the TV sitcom, Happy Days.

Before Happy Days, she played Ethel "Sunshine" Akalino on the short-lived series Blansky's Beauties. After that show left the air, she and co-star, Scott Baio joined Happy Days. She originally played a guest role in the fourth season of Happy Days as Kim in Time Capsule and Graduation (Part 1), before returning to the show as Lori Beth in season five.

Goodfriend went on to play several parts in notable Garry Marshall films, playing a tourist in Pretty Woman, as well as cameo and guest star roles in Exit to Eden, Nothing in Common and Beaches. During the mid to late 1980s, Goodfriend appeared in several independent projects, including An All Consuming Passion, a film written and directed by Kathryn Nesmith (producer of 1981's Elephant Parts and wife of Michael Nesmith)

Marion Ross

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an American actress best known for her role as Marion Cunningham on the ABC television series Happy Days from 1974 to 1984.

Ross made her 1953 film debut in Forever Female, starring Ginger Rogers and William Holden. She found steady work in film, appearing in The Glenn Miller Story (1954), Sabrina (1954), Lust for Life (1956), Lizzie (1957), Teacher's Pet (1958), Some Came Running (1958), and Operation Petticoat (1959).

Active in television
Her career on television also began in 1953, when she played the Irish maid on the series Life With Father for two years. Her list of credits spans the history of classic television.

In 1954, she appeared as the daughter of Brother John, Ginny Thorpe, in a Lone Ranger episode titled "Texas Draw" (Season 4, episode 9). In 1958, she appeared in the episode "Peace Bond" of NBC/Universal's Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer as Mary Williams. In 1959, she appeared as a starting teacher, Miss McGinnis, in the episode "Flowers for the Teacher" of ABC's The Donna Reed Show. In the story line, Miss McGinnis is unable to relate to her students until housewife Donna Stone (Donna Reed) steps in with advice to help the situation.

Ross also appeared on The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, The Millionaire (1956 episode), Steve Canyon, Perry Mason (The Case of the Romantic Rogue), Buckskin, The Barbara Stanwyck Show, Father Knows Best, The Outer Limits, The Brothers Brannagan (two episodes as Diane Warren), The Eleventh Hour, Route 66, Mr. Novak, Hawaii Five-O, The Brady Bunch, The Fugitive, Night Court.

In the 1961-62 season, she played Gertrude Berg's daughter, Susan Green, in CBS' sitcom Mrs. G. Goes to College, and also starred as a mail order bride in the TV series Rawhide episode, "The Incident of the Woman Trap" and "Gold Fever" (1962).

Ross had an uncredited and non-speaking role as one of the hapless passengers on board Trans Global Flight #2 in the 1970 film, Airport. That same year, Marion played a fellow computer scientist opposite Eric Braeden in the sci-fi thriller Colossus: The Forbin Project.

Ross' best known role is in the sitcom Happy Days, which aired for eleven seasons on ABC, from 1974 to 1984. She portrayed endearing matriarch Marion Cunningham, mother of Richie, Joanie, and (briefly) Chuck. She received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for her work on the show, in 1979 and 1984.

The show's pilot was an episode of Love, American Style in 1972, where she originated the character. Ross later reprised Marion Cunningham on the spin-off series Joanie Loves Chachi and on Family Guy.

In 1978-86, she appeared as multiple different characters on The Love Boat. However, in the 1986-7 season, Ross became a series regular, playing Emily Haywood who later became Emily Stubing after she married the protagonist Captain Merrill Stubing (Gavin MacLeod).

She later starred in the short-lived, but critically acclaimed drama—infused with a healthy dose of humor— Brooklyn Bridge, which ran on CBS from 1991 to 1993. Despite lasting only two seasons, the series won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Emmy Award following its first season. With Ross in the lead role, even though the series was created and executive produced by Gary David Goldberg and was substantially based on his early life, this "drama" won its Golden Globe and received its Emmy nomination in the comedy/musical category.

Ross at the 1992 Emmy Awards
In 1996, she starred as housekeeper Rosie Dunlop opposite Shirley MacLaine in the Terms of Endearment sequel The Evening Star. The film was poorly received, and Ross was one of the few participants who received praise. Despite panning the film, New York Times critic Janet Maslin enthused that ‘Marion Ross does a warm, sturdy job as the devoted housekeeper who has been kept too long under Aurora's wing.’ She went on to be nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.

Ross had a semi-recurring role in Touched by an Angel as a homeless woman who talked about the JFK conspiracy, and was in the final two episodes that closed out the series. Additionally, Ross played a secretly ill mother Eunice Fadiman in "The Cat", an episode of Early Edition that first aired on April 13, 1997.

She acted on Broadway and on film, but she preferred television. She played recurring roles as Drew Carey's mother on The Drew Carey Show (during one episode of which she was referred to as her Happy Days character Mrs. Cunningham, a deliberate error for a contest the show was running); as evil Bernice Forman on That '70s Show; and as Lorelai "Trix" Gilmore and Marylin on Gilmore Girls. She also frequently appeared on Hollywood Squares.

During the mid-1990s, Marion Ross became active in voice over work. She played Ms. Wakefield on the FOX animated series King of the Hill, Grandma SquarePants on Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants, Crane's mother on Nickelodeon/DreamWorks Animation's Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness and Mrs. Lopart on Handy Manny. She also guest starred on The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, The Wild Thornberrys, Generator Rex and many more animated series.

In an episode of the ABC drama Brothers & Sisters that aired in January 2007, she guest starred as Ida, the not-so-loving mother of Nora and Saul, making an unwelcome visit to celebrate a milestone in her daughter's life. In April 2010, she returned for a guest appearance in the series' fourth season. In an episode that aired April 10, 2011, on ABC, her character dies of a heart attack. Also in 2007 she played the Grandmother in the film Music Within.

On June 7, 2008, the Albert Lea Civic Theater in Albert Lea, Minnesota changed its name to the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center Also in 2008, Ross played Aunt Lucille in the film Superhero Movie.

In April 2010, Ross guest starred in Nurse Jackie as a homeless woman with dementia, and on May 13, 2010 she guest starred in Grey's Anatomy as Betty Donahue. Also in 2010 she appeared in the Cartoon Network movie Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster as Mrs. Trowburg, along with former Happy Days/The Love Boat co-star Ted McGinley. She participated in the end of season 4 of The Middle, as deputy principal Dunlap

In January 2014, she made a guest appearance on Two and a Half Men's Season 11, Episode "Baseball. Boobs. Boobs. Baseball."

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The naturally blonde-haired Kristen is best-known for her role as Guy Williams's and June Lockhart's beautiful daughter, Judy Robinson, in the television series Lost in Space (1965-1968).

Marta played the part of the space family's eldest child, a mature "20-something woman" near the age group of the space pilot, played by Mark Goddard. Her mature role allowed adult form-fitting fashions and hairstyles, as shown in publicity photos of the TV series.

Kristen was born Birgit Annalisa Rusanen in Oslo, Norway, to a Finnish mother and a German soldier father who was killed during World War II. She was adopted in 1949 by an American couple from Detroit, Michigan and was renamed Marta. She moved to Los Angeles, California, with her family in 1959 and is a graduate of Santa Monica High School.

Her first success in acting was the role of Lorelei in the 1965 movie Beach Blanket Bingo. She would later star in Lost in Space and make numerous guest appearances on television shows. When her daughter was born in 1969 she began making television commercials and eventually appeared in more than 40. In recent years she has starred in the 1998 television movie Lost in Space Forever and had a cameo role in the 1998 movie Lost in Space. She also appeared in the A&E Biography Jonathan Harris, Never Fear Smith Is Here in 2002.

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an American award-winning actor of television, films and stage and a former professional minor league baseball player.

As a boy growing up on the West Side neighborhood of Stamford, he would sneak into a local movie theater with his friends to watch westerns.

"I grew up wanting to be the sidekick of The Lone Ranger and wanting to follow my heroes," Dante told a reporter in 2006.

He was a shortstop on the Stamford High School baseball team, then played for "The Advocate All-Stars" team which won a 1949 New England baseball championship.

After graduating from high school, Dante signed a bonus contract with the Boston Braves. He used his ,000 bonus went to buy his family a four-door Buick with whitewalls.

During spring training with the former Washington Senators, Dante took drama classes at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. Bandleader Tommy Dorsey arranged a screen test for him at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. His first film, Somebody Up There Likes Me, was released in 1956.

He changed his name at the urging of studio boss Jack Warner, who thought "Vitti" would not fit well on theater marquees. Warner suggested some first names, from which the actor picked "Michael." He chose the last name "Dante" because it had been used by some relatives.

Dante has appeared in 30 films and 150 television shows. He is notable for spending seven years in supporting roles under contract to three major studios at once: MGM, Warner Brothers and Twentieth Century Fox. He considers his best performances the role that he played in Killer Instinct on the CBS television series Desilu Playhouse, along with his roles in the movies Westbound, Winterhawk and Seven Thieves.

Dante was cast twice in on the ABC/Warner Brothers western series, Colt .45, starring Wayde Preston. Dante and Forrest Lewis portrayed Davey Lewis and Willy Ford, respectively, in the 1957 episode "The ,000 Bullet". Dante then played the role of Ab Saunders in the 1958 episode "The Deserters", with Angie Dickinson as Laura Meadows and Myron Healey as an unnamed fur trader. That episode was directed by Leslie H. Martinson.He also appeared on the ABC-WB crime drama, Bourbon Street Beat, with Andrew Duggan, on the syndicated adventure series, Rescue 8, starring Jim Davis and Lang Jeffries, and in three episodes of CBS's The Texan, starring Rory Calhoun.

Dante made two guest appearances on Perry Mason starring Raymond Burr. In 1959 he played Arthur Manning in "The Case of the Dangerous Dowager," and in 1965 he played murder victim Douglas Kelland in "The Case of the Feather Cloak."

His 1967 performance in the "Friday's Child" episode of Star Trek as a member of an alien race, has garnered him invitations to Star Trek conventions.

He also had a recurring role as the Sioux Chief Crazy Horse in the short-lived ABC military western series, Custer starring Wayne Maunder in the title role of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer.

Dante also has recurring roles on the television serials Days of our Lives and General Hospital.

In the 1970s, Dante met John Wayne, whom he watched on screen as a child. Wayne had seen Dante in Winterhawk and asked him to co-host a charity event in Newport Beach, California. That started a friendship between the two actors, and they co-hosted other events until Wayne's death in 1979.

It was one brief co-starring role that wrote Dante into American popular culture. A frequent extra on the original Star Trek television series, he was cast in the role of "Maab" in the 1967 episode, "Friday's Child" alongside Julie Newmar. Dante's affable personality makes him a popular draw at Star Trek fan conventions all over the country.

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The Unknown Comic is the stage name of Canadian-actor and stand-up comic Murray Langston ), best known for his comic performances on The Gong Show, usually appearing with a paper bag over his head.

Langston began his show business career in 1970 when he appeared on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, doing impressions of a fork, a tube of toothpaste and a grandfather clock. Later, at the suggestion of Redd Foxx, he teamed with comedian Freeman King, and, after appearing on several episodes of The Midnight Special, they were spotted by producers and soon became regular performers on The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour. Langston and King performed music and comedy sketches with the hosts and guest stars.

After more than 100 appearances with Sonny and Cher, Langston began to make appearances on other prime time television shows, including The Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show, The Wolfman Jack Show, and The Bobby Vinton Show.

He worked with Joan Rivers, Red Foxx, Jim Carrey, Ruth Buzzi and many other comedians. Langston also created comedic situations for Candid Camera and appeared in several of his own segments.

Early in his career, Langston invested in a nightclub restaurant called "SHOW-BIZ", where several now-famous people worked as waiters and waitresses including Debra Winger, Michael Keaton - known as Michael Douglas at the time, David Letterman, Gallagher, Tim Reid, Freddy Prinze and Redd Foxx but the club closed within two years, taking his savings. Strapped for cash, he accepted an offer to appear on The Gong Show. However, he was reportedly embarrassed about appearing on the show, so with permission from the director, he put a paper bag over his head, fitted it with holes for his eyes and mouth, memorized a few old jokes, and burst onto the show as "The Unknown Comic". The character, a frenetic speed-jokester in smarmy attire, was a hit, and soon developed a cult following. The Unknown Comic (Langston) appeared on more than 150 Gong Shows and also entertained as a celebrity judge on a several other television shows. He also wrote for "The Gong Show" for a short time. Langston wrote several funny comedy set-ups for the show "Candid Camera", and appeared anonymously in some of the episodes, as well. Soon, he was appearing regularly in Las Vegas and made the rounds of many popular talk and variety shows. In the early '80s Langston revealed himself as the Unknown Comic on an episode of Real People (the bag on his head was pulled off by the show's hosts), as well at the conclusion of a match on the celebrity edition of the game show Bullseye.

Langston later produced The Unknown Comedy Hour for Playboy TV, followed by The Sex and Violence Family Hour, starring a very young Jim Carrey. He also wrote the screenplays for the films Night Patrol (1984), Up Your Alley (1988), and Wishful Thinking (1997), and was co-host of "The NEW Truth or Consequences" (1987).

He most recently reappeared as The Unknown Comic in the film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind;

Neile Adams McQueen

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A Broadway featured performer who has appeared in movies and television shows in a career spanning over five decades.

Born in the Philippines of Eurasian descent she spent the Second World War in Japanese-occupied Manila and emigrated to America in 1948, and graduated high school from Choate Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Connecticut. Marjorie Webster Junior College in Washington D.C. followed and as soon as she was able, moved to New York and was given a scholarship to the Katherine Dunham School of Dance.

A year later she was part of the opening act of the Lena Horne Show at the Coconut Grove. Shortly thereafter the 21-year-old became a featured dancer in the Broadway show “Kismet”. Her appearance in New York’s Versailles Club prompted director George Abbott and legendary choreographer Bob Fosse to immediately cast her as the dancing lead in “The Pajama Game.” There she first saw her name in lights on Broadway.

She danced her way into the hearts of producer Joe Pasternak and director Robert Wise where a 7-year contract at MGM awaited her. Her first feature film was “This Could Be The Night” and she became the studio’s hottest young starlet.

During this period, she met and married young actor Steve McQueen after only four months of dating. When Steve’s star rose, they wound up on the cover of Life Magazine and became Hollywood’s newest “power couple”. They were married over 15 years and had two children together: a daughter, Terry Leslie McQueen (1959–1998), and a son, Chad McQueen, born in 1960. There are also four grandchildren from this union: Molly, Steven R., Chase and Madi McQueen

She would later marry Alvin Toffel, then president of the Norton Simon Museum until Toffel’s death in 2005.

Neile’s proudest accomplishment is being the model for Picasso’s PICASSO EROTIC which hangs in the Picasso Museum in Barcelona. Probably the only American to have that honor. “Spanish-speaking though I may be”.

Adams is an active member of the charitable organization, SHARE and is a board member of The Boys Republic of Chino Hills.

Neile was recently featured in an eight page spread in Vanity Fair Spain. She performs her Cabaret shows in Los Angeles, New York, London and Paris and is currently writing and developing a feature film presentation based on her book "My Husband, My Friend."

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Ola Ray was bom in St. Louis, Missouri, where she spent the early part of her childhood with her parents, six brothers and two sisters. Ola and her family then came to Sacramento, California and lived there until 1975 when Ola moved with her family to Tokyo, Japan where her stepfather Was stationed at Yokota Air Force Base for three years.

Soon after her arrival in Tokyo, Ola began her professional singing and dancing career by forming a song and dance group called the Puppets with her twin brothers and sister. The musical talents of Ola and the other

members of the Puppets landed them a year long performance contract at the Big Together Club in the Shinjuku

District The Puppets' increasing popularity led to appearances in television commercials, performances in various cities throughout Japan and a recording offer from CBS Records in Tokyo.

Throughout Ola's singing and dancing career in Japan, she also engaged in a substantial number of modeling assignments. Via her representative, Eddie Arab Modeling Agency, she modeled as a postcr girl and appeared

in several television commercials for such well known Japanese department stores as Daimaru, Isetan, Matsuya, and Parco.

After her successful stay in Japan, Ola and her family returned to the United States. Upon her arrival in 1978 Ola made Los Angeles her home so that she could further pursue her career in entertainment.

In June -1980, Ola appeared as Playmate ofthe Month for Playboy magazine. After her appearance in Playboy , she entered into an exclusive contract with Johnson and Johnson for promotion of their Classy Curl hair

product. As part of Ola's promotion, her pictures were displayed on all Classy Curl Kit products, in magazine advertisements, television commercials, and posters. Ola also served as spokesperson for the Classy Curl

product promotion. Additionally, she sponsored on television and print nationally known products such as

"Milk" (sponsoring the Milk Advisory Board), Coca Cola, Coors, McDonalds, and Leggs pantyhose, as well as several other products.

In 1983, Ola's entertainment career was showcased internationally when she co-starred as Michael Jackson's girlfriend in the Grammy Award winning short film video, "Thriller". Her work in "Thriller " brought her worldwide recognition and made her a household name

Resulting from a successful modeling career and her work in "Thriller", Ola landed several acting roles in motion pictures produced by Paramount Studios, Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros. Studios, and also in various top television shows for the leading three networks, NBC, ABC and CBS. She has appeared in such

movies as "48 Hours " (with Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte), "Night Shift" (with Michael Keaton and Henry Winkler), "Beverly Hills Cop 2" (with Eddie Murphy), "Ten to Midnight" (with Charles Bronson), and "Fear City" (with Billy Dee Williams and Tom Barenger). Ola also played a leading role in a televison pilot that was a spin-off from the popular sitcom, "Gimme a Break", for NBC

Ola has written and produced several songs, one of which rose to Number Five on the Top Ten Chart in Houston, Texas.

Ola is currently writing television scripts and is looking for a major networking deal.

Patrick Kilpatrick Click to read the full biography.
an American actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and journalist. He has appeared in over 117 films and television series.

Kilpatrick has appeared in a multitude of movie genres alongside a who's who of leading actors, including Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Cruise and Chow Yun-Fat. His appearances as a villain includes films such as Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, Death Warrant, Scanner Cop II: Volkin's Revenge (1994), as the villain "Karl Volkin". Last Man Standing, and Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995) where he played a mercenary on a train. He has appeared in ' 'Replacement Killers(1998), 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up (1995), Eraser (1996), and The Presidio (1988). He also starred in Free Willy 3: The Rescue(1997) and more recently in Parasomnia (2008). One of the few films that Kilpatrick played a lead role in was 1994's Open Fire. He also appeared in Never Surrender (2009) and The Zombinator (2012)

Kilpatrick had a theatrical run in the Los Angeles Theater for the Shakespeare play Anthony and Cleopatra. He has appeared in many television series, including Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1994), Walker, Texas Ranger (1994), Babylon 5 (1995), Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman as Sergeant O'Connor for 9 episodes from 1996 to 1997, ER (1997), The X-Files (2001), General Hospital (2003), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005), 24 (2005), Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008) and Chuck ("Chuck Versus the Gravitron"). In 1995, he co-starred in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Initiations", in the 2000 episode "Drive" and in 1998 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode entitled "The Siege of AR-558"

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an actor and director. On television, he was best known as pianist Sonny Mann in the show, It's a Living. In his work as theater director-, he received the 2007 Tony Award for Jay Johnson: The Two and Only.

In 1979, Kreppel moved to Los Angeles to become the memorable waitress-harassing pianist, Sonny Mann, of It's a Living, and starred in all 120 episodes; he has also directed some episodes. Kreppel, along with Gail Edwards, Barrie Youngfellow and the late Marian Mercer, were the only four who lasted through the show's network and syndicated runs.

He was a semi-regular celebrity guest on the 1980s versions of the game show Pyramid, and also made celebrity appearances on such other game shows as Hollywood Squares, Win, Lose or Draw, Blackout and The New Liar's Club.

During the 1990s, he returned to theatre and starred in the musical revue of the Allan Sherman song, "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!" In addition, he starred in Jerome Robbins' Broadway on its national tour. In the movie sector, he was the voice of Apollo Blue in Jetsons: The Movie. Kreppel has guest starred and directed in other television shows, including appearing as Jackie's dad in That '70s Show. He appeared off Broadway for more than a year in the one-man show My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy

Peter Jason Click to read the full biography.
American character actor. He has appeared in over one hundred television shows and eighty films. He played Con Stapleton in the HBO drama series Deadwood.

Jason has appeared in twelve Walter Hill films, seven John Carpenter films, and over 100 commercials and plays. He played the voice of Dizzy Wallin in Gears of War 2 and its sequel Gears of War 3. He is also credited for voicing Sergeant Dornan in Fallout 2.

Jason appeared in the Eddie Murphy film 48 Hrs. as the Cowboy Bartender. Murphy's character harasses him at the bar Torchy's. In 1990 Jason played Henry Beechwood in the horror-comedy Arachnophobia, the first film released by Hollywood Pictures and directed by Frank Marshall

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an American televisionand film actress. She is best known for playing Alice in the 1970s sitcomSoap – one of the first recurring lesbian characters in television history – and single mother Lucille LaRusso in The Karate Kid, The Karate Kid Part III, and Cobra Kai.

Heller also had a starring role as Carol in the 1979 made-for-TV movie, Can You Hear the Laughter? The Story of Freddie Prinze. More recently she was seen in a recurring role on the series Mad Men as Bert Cooper and Don Draper's elderly secretary Ida Blankenship and on TV show Wilfred as Ryan's neighbor Margot.

After leaving Soap, the actress went on to create the role of Lucille LaRusso in the Karate Kid series, appearing in the first and third installments. Her characterization generally received praise from critics with reviewer Gene Siskel of the Chicago Tribune naming her absence from the second film as one of its greatest flaws: "Heller's honest portrayal of a single parent trying to raise an adolescent was one of the genuine pleasures of the original film." Co-star Ralph Macchio agreed, stating in one interview with Siskel,

Heller has made guest appearances in the television series Murder, She Wrote, Less Than Perfect, Mad Men, Nip/Tuck, Judging Amy, Felicity, the children's series Drake & Josh, Night Court, Fame, and The White Shadow, among many others. She had leading roles in three short-lived sitcoms, Second Chance (1987), "Better Days (TV series)," and Mama Malone(1984). Her TV-movie appearances include And Your Name is Jonah (1979). In 2000, Heller performed with Barbra Streisand in her concert Timeless, which was broadcast over American television. In 2018, Heller reprised the role of Lucille LaRusso in the eighth episode of the Red series Cobra Kai.

Heller had a recurring role in the fourth season (2010) of AMC's Mad Men as Don Draper's secretary, Miss Blankenship. The character generated a large fan following, including a popular Facebook page. For this role she received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series. Also, Heller was a regular on the one-season program Husbands, Wives & Lovers (1978).

Richard Grieco

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Richard Grieco is best known from... 21 Jump Street, 22 Jump Street, Booker, A Night at the Roxbury, Mobsters.

Richard Grieco the eldest child of Richard Sr. and Carolyn Grieco, was born and raised in Watertown, New York. He has one brother, David and two sisters, Elizabeth and Laura. His interest in performing began in high school where he was also active in sports such as lacrosse, hockey and football. He was so good at the latter sport that he was recruited to play for Central Connecticut University as a linebacker and fullback. After two years he left the school and had established himself as a male model for the Elite Agency in New York by the mid 1980s.
After modeling for such major clients as Calvin Klein, Chanel and Armani for a while, Richard spent two years studying acting with Alice Spieack, Warren Robertson and Wally Strauss. In 1986 he landed his first television role as Rick Gardner on the ABC daytime soap One Life to Live and remained with the show through 1987, the year he moved to Los Angeles and began working as a guest star on such television shows as Who's the Boss?, Rags to Riches, The Big Apple Blues and The Bronx Zoo.
In 1988, he got the guest role as Officer Dennis Booker at 21 Jump Street, Fox's extremely successful TV-show starred Johnny Depp. However, Richard was so popular that he became a series regular. A year later he got his own show the spin-off "Booker" which ran until 1990. Though the series didn't last long on network television, it has had success in syndication. In 1991, Richard received the ShoWest's "Male Star of Tomorrow" award from the National Association of Theater Owners (NATO). That same year he made his debut in the James Bond spoof "If Looks Could Kill".
Additional films have included leading roles in Mobsters, Tomcat, Born to Run, Suspicious Agenda and so on. Since then, Richard has built a solid career appearing in numerous films and TV shows.
In 1995, he starred on the television series "Marker". The series earned high ratings and had a large following during the show's limited run.
In addition to his film and television credits, Richard has found success as a singer, a side career he launched in 1994. He started out with the Dunmore Band and gained a large following among Los Angeles club hoppers, then signed a record contract with the German label Edel Records in 1995. The released CD "Waiting for the Sky to Fall" became a smash hit in Europe.
Richard is a race car enthusiast and owner of a Corvette, Jaguar and several Harley-Davidson motorcycles. He also enjoys writing, painting and poetry.

Ricky Dean Logan Click to read the full biography.
an American actor who has been in movies and on television.

His film credits include Back to the Future Part II, Back to the Future Part III as a different character, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Ricky's most recent film is in the 2016 movie Bridget Jones's Baby'.

Logan has made guest appearances on television shows, including "Seinfeld"

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is an American actor. He began as a stage performer, and much of his work is in theater.

n 1968 he appeared alongside Vince Lombardi in the short film, Second Effort, a film that has been called "the best-selling training film of all time". Television

His first screen role was as the Harmonica Man in "The Purple Testament," an episode of The Twilight Zone in 1960. Masak appeared as "Officer #2" on Bewitched, Season 7, Episode 4 ("Samantha's Hot Bedwarmer") - first aired 10/15/1970. He also had a guest appearance as Beauregard Jackson in the episode "Hurricane" on Land of the Lost. In 1981 Masak guest starred on the Magnum, P.I. episode "Skin Deep". He also guest starred in QUincy M.E..

He is perhaps best known for a recurring role on Murder, She Wrote as Sheriff Mort Metzger, although he did make two other appearances in "Footnote to Murder" as Lt. Meyer and "No Accounting for Murder" as Marty Giles.

In the 1980s and early 1990s, he was dubbed "The King of Commercials" for his voice-over work, most notably for a Vlasic pickles ad. From 1982 to 1983 he did the voice of Meatballs on the CBS cartoon series Meatballs & Spaghetti. He also did the voice for Veteran Holt in the video-game Medal of Honor: European Assault.

In 1990 Masak was a panelist on the revival of the television game show, To Tell the Truth, and appeared on several other game shows as a panelist (including Match Game and Super Password).

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"Have you ever idled away an hour picturing in your mind what the perfect woman would really look like? You know the game, where you combine Elle Macpherson’s legs with say Liz Hurley’s body and the face of an exotic Cindy Crawford in an attempt to come up with the ideal female.

Well, if you have, I’ve got news for you, someone else has been playing the game too! His name is God and his vision is personified in Sandra Taylor".

So reads the text of Britain’s number one fashion magazine with its description of supermodel and accomplished actress, Sandra Taylor. But anyone who knows and has worked with Sandra can tell you, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. A long time regular on Howard Stern’s iconic number one rated radio talk show, Sandra has left her mark wherever she goes. Howard himself is so fond of her that he even devoted a chapter to her in his smash hit book Private Parts, where he proudly states “Sandra is one of my favorite guests of all time”. After graduating with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Math, Sandra’s fresh, alluring presence was quickly spotted by talent agents who convinced her to put her math degree on hold and move to the Big Apple where she instantly became a sensation in the world of fashion and modeling. Soon her image was splashed all over billboards, buses, magazines and TV commercials, including launching several consecutive Super Bowl campaigns. Her meteoric rise within the industry led her to become the coveted face for GUESS Jeans. Having risen to the top of the fashion and modeling world, Hugh Hefner himself took notice and Sandra was honored with gracing the cover of Playboy Magazine not once, but twice, making her to this day one of Hugh’s favorites. With her profile rising, Sandra, who along the way had become one of the world's best selling poster girls, also found Hollywood rolling out the red carpet for her. Starting when she joined the cast of the daytime dramasSanta Barbara & Passions, she quickly made the leap to Prime Time with recurring roles on NBC’s hit series The Single Guy, as well as, UPN’s Head Over Heels. It wasn’t long before she caught the eye of TV and movie mogul Garry Marshall who first cast Sandra in Exit To Eden. That movie led to a wildly successful partnership in which Garry has consistently found funny and sexy roles for Sandra in some of his other hit films including Runaway Bride, The Princess Diaries, The Princess Diaries 2, Raising Helen and the international smash hits Valentine's Day playing opposite Eric Dane and Ashton Kutcher and in New Year’s Eve starring opposite Josh Duhamel and Michelle Pfeiffer. Along the way, she found herself guest starring on television in ER, The King Of Queens, Just Shoot Me, and Married...with Children. In 2012, Sandra landed a pilot playing Cheryl Hines best friend in the Debra Messing—Cheryl Hines pilot, Wright -vs- Wrong. Other past film credits include:Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, Batman and Robin, Tomcats, Phoenix, Keeping Up With The Steins and L.A. Confidential. She also landed one of the leads playing Ann-Margret’s daughter in the comedy All's Faire In Love co-starring Christina Ricci. In 2014 Sandra was 'Nurse Adams' in the feature film When The Games Stand Tall, co-starring Jim Caviezel and Alexander Ludwig. In May 2016, Sandra hit the big screen again with Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson in Garry Marshall's film "Mother's Day".

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an American actor and television director. He is known for his role as Chachi Arcola on the sitcom Happy Days (1977–1984) and its spin-off Joanie Loves Chachi (1982–1983), as well as the title character on the sitcom Charles in Charge (1984–1990), Dr. Jack Stewart in the medical-mystery-drama series Diagnosis: Murder (1993–1995), and the titular hero of the musical film Bugsy Malone (1976), his onscreen debut.

Baio has further appeared in various television programs as a guest star, several independent films, and starred on the Nickelodeon sitcom See Dad Run(2012–2015).

In 1976, Baio played the title character Bugsy Malone in the children's gangster musical directed by Alan Parker, which also co-starred Jodie Foster. Baio and Foster later worked together again in the teen girl drama Foxes (1980), helmed by Adrian Lyne. When he was 16, Baio was cast as The Fonz's cousin Chachi Arcola on Happy Days. During his time on Happy Days, Baio earned two Emmy Award nominations, for his lead performances in the television movies Stoned (1981) and All the Kids Do It (1985). He won two Young Artist Awards during the Third Annual Youth in Film Awards (1980–1981) as Best Young Actor in a Television Special for Stoned and Best Young Comedian in Television or Motion Pictures for Happy Days. He also starred in the made-for-television youth drama specials The Boy Who Drank Too Much with Lance Kerwin and Senior Tripwith Mickey Rooney.

In 1982, Baio was in a spin-off of Happy Days entitled Joanie Loves Chachi with Erin Moran, which lasted only seventeen episodes. That same year, he appeared opposite another popular teen actor, Willie Aames from the ABC series Eight Is Enough, in the 1982 film Zapped!, along with Heather Thomas and Felice Schachter, and recorded an album for RCA (he also recorded a second album The Boys Are Out Tonight the following year). One of the singles he released was titled "How Do You Talk To Girls." During this same period, he also starred with Danny Aiello and undertook the lead role of Francis Geminiani in the special HBO cable television presentation of Gemini, an adaptation of the Broadway comedy-drama Happy Birthday, Gemini by the award-winning playwright Alberto Innauranto. From 1979 to 1984, Baio made seven appearances on Battle of the Network Stars; six as a competitor for the ABC team (once as team captain) and one as co-host with Howard Cosell. His strongest event was the obstacle course in which he once held the fastest time. From 1984 until 1990, Baio starred in the syndicated comedy series Charles in Charge. In 1985, he was part of an ensemble cast for Alice in Wonderland, where he portrayed Pat the Pig. From 1987 through 1991, he was a director of the children's comedy series Out of This World.

During the 1990s, Baio appeared in various television programs, including the short-lived Look Who's Talking small screen spin-off Baby Talk. In 1991, he joined Diana Muldaur and Ally Walker in the NBC Monday Night Movie Perry Mason and the Case of the Fatal Fashion, as a young prosecutor. Between 1993 and 1995, he portrayed Dr. Jack Stewart in the medical mystery series Diagnosis: Murder starring Dick Van Dyke. Baio was a guest-star on many series, including Full House, Touched by an Angel, Veronica's Closet and The Nanny. He was also in a number of television series and commercials. He also starred in several films on television and video releases such as Detonator, Bar-Hopping, Dumb Luck, Face Value and Danielle Steel's Mixed Blessings.

In 2005, Baio played himself in the Wes Craven film Cursed. Baio was also in the Emmy Award-winning comedy series Arrested Development as the madcap Bluth family's serious but overpaid lawyer, Bob Loblaw (pronounced similar to "Ba-bla-bla", a running joke). He took over the role of the clan's legal counselor from former Happy Days co-star Henry Winkler in four episodes: "Forget Me Now", "Notapusy", "Mr. F" and "Making a Stand". The Online Film and Television Association nominated him as Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

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is an American actress, writer, and singer/songwriter. She is probably best known for her role as the tough-minded detective, "Sgt. Dee Dee McCall," on the NBC TV series Hunter.

"Emmy " nominated actress, she won Best Female performance 3 separate times from "The First Americans in the Arts", and was honored in 2015 at the International Television Awards in Monaco, as "An Icon of Television." honored by the First Americans in the Arts organization in 1995, 2002, and 2003.She was also voted one of the most beautiful women in television in 1988, through a national TV Guide poll of viewers. Her face has graced the cover of both US and foreign magazines. Stepfanie's talent and energy helped make Hunter a true international hit. She has a fan base that spans the globe. Stepfanie has written and directed episodic television and is an accomplished artist. She is recognized and respected as a powerful and gifted singer and performer

Kramer's professional acting career started in the late 1970s, while she was still in school. She guest starred in several television shows, such as Starsky and Hutch, Dynasty, Bosom Buddies, and Knots Landing. Kramer graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts/West, where she has later taught as a guest instructor. In 1983, Kramer proved her comedy chops starring in the NBC sitcom We Got It Made in 1983. Her big break came in 1984, when she landed a starring role in Hunter, the latest creation of television mogul Stephen J. Cannell After a rough start, the show became an international hit, being broadcast for seven consecutive seasons. Kramer starred in six of them, a total of 130 episodes. In an interview with Jay Leno in 1989, Kramer admitted that she had not believed the show would be as long-lived as it was.

Already in 1986, Kramer said that she was working on a rock album with composer Mike Post, who had composed music for Hunter. She also announced that an album might be published the following year. That never happened, however, but in 1990, Kramer announced her departure from Hunter. Although the press claimed it was to concentrate on her music career in a television news interview, Kramer commented her choice with the following: "I have been most fortunate in that I've acted, written, and directed while on Hunter. It is time for me to move on to the next phase of my life, both professionally and personally."

Shortly after leaving Hunter, she entered into recording an album in England with producer Nils Lofgren. Although slated to be released in 1991, it was never released. In 1992 Kramer married and moved to Colorado. Two years later she gave birth to a daughter. She continued to write music and star in successful made-for-TV movies and indie films. She is a trained mezzo soprano, and during the hype of her TV career, she had showcased her musical abilities on several episodes of Hunter, as well as on Bob Hope television specials. Stepfanie's first album saw the light of the day on October 12, 1999. The debut album, One Dream, contains ten adult contemporary songs. Most are original songs which prove Kramer's talent as both a composer and lyricist. The Great American Song Book, her second album, came out early in the year 2008. On it, Kramer covers 14 classic songs recorded live in a one-woman show which she performs on the road in various national performance venues. In 2008, she represented the U.S. by performing at the International Music Festival in Queretero, Mexico. As a singer, she has performed around the globe.

Kramer has continued to work as an actress. After her departure from Hunter, she has appeared in several TV shows and movies. Her most notable movie projects include: Twin Sisters (1992), Beyond Suspicion (1994), The Dogwalker (1999) and The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold (2006). She also reprised her role as, "Dee Dee McCall," in the two Hunter television movies (2002 and 2003). Due to their strong ratings, NBC attempted to bring the television show back

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is a Tony Award nominated American actor. He is well known for his role as Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day, as well as portraying Commissioner Hugo Jarry in Deadwood for nine episodes and Bob Bishop in Heroes for eleven episodes over the second and third seasons. Tobolowsky currently plays Sandy Ryerson in the popular Fox show Glee.

Tobolowsky has appeared in over 200 films and at least as many television projects with mostly minor roles. In 1994's Radioland Murders, he portrayed Max Applewhite, a gentle sound man with a dark secret. He appeared on Seinfeld as Tor Eckman, Kramer's holistic healer, in the second season episode, "The Heart Attack". He is also known for playing Sammy Jankis in 2000's Memento, starring Guy Pearce. In 2005, he was the eponymous subject of the documentary film, Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party, that featured him preparing for, and hosting, his own birthday party, while delivering a series of anecdotes from his life. He was a member of the cast of NBC's television series Heroes for its second season, portraying Bob, the new boss of The Company.

Tobolowsky is well known for his role in the 1993 film, Groundhog Day, in which he played Bill Murray's annoying former high school classmate - and now insurance salesman - Ned Ryerson. Murray's character (Phil Connors) continuously runs into Ryerson when reliving the day of February 2. Tobolowsky reunited with Murray 11 years later, appearing in the movie version of the comic strip Garfield, playing the sinister dog trainer Happy Chapman, with Murray providing the voice of Garfield.

Tobolowsky has also been involved in theater; directing and acting in plays in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He has directed one movie, Two Idiots in Hollywood, based on his play of the same name. He also co-wrote the film True Stories with David Byrne. He was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play for the 2002 revival of Morning's at Seven.

On October 29, 2009, Stephen started a new podcast on /Film called The Toboloswky Files, where he tells stories that are brought up by /Film writer David Chen, in a similar fashion to Tobolowsky's film Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party

Susan Blakely Click to read the full biography.
an American actress and model. She is best known for her leading role in the 1976 ABC miniseries, Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. Blakely also has appeared in films including The Towering Inferno (1974), Report to the Commissioner (1975), Capone (1975), The Concorde ... Airport '79 (1979), and Over the Top (1987).

Blakely arrived in Hollywood in the early 1970s, and began appearing in supporting roles in films include Savages, The Way We Were, and The Lords of Flatbush. Her first major role was as Patty Simmons in the 1974 disaster film The Towering Inferno. The following year, she played the female lead roles in films Report to the Commissioner alongside Michael Moriarty, and Capone opposite Ben Gazzara.

Blakely gained wide critical acclaim with her leading role in the 1976 ABC television miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man based on the 1969 novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw. For her performance, Blakely won that year's Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama and earned a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie. She earned a second Emmy Award nomination the following year when she reprised her role in Rich Man, Poor Man Book II. After her television success, she played leading roles in two movies in 1979; disaster film The Concorde ... Airport '79 opposite Alain Delon, and sport drama Dreamer with Tim Matheson.

During 1980s and 1990s, Blakely played leading roles in many made for television movies. She portrayed Frances Farmer in the 1982 film based on Farmer's autobiography, Will There Really Be a Morning?, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film. She played Eva Braun opposite Anthony Hopkins in Adolf Hitler' biographical film The Bunker (1981), and Joan Kennedy in The Ted Kennedy Jr. Story (1986). She appeared in such feature films as Over the Top (1987), My Mom's a Werewolf (1989), and Hate Crime (2005). She recently guest starred on This Is Usand NCIS and in past years on Hotel, The Twilight Zone, Falcon Crest, Murder, She Wrote, Nip/Tuck, Brothers & Sisters, Southland, and Cougar Town

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an American television director and former actor. He is best known for his roles as Danny Dallas on the series Soap (1977–1981) and as Nick Russo on the NBC sitcom Blossom(1991–1995). Since Blossom ended its run in 1995, Wass has retired from acting and has focused only on directing episodic television such as Spin City, The Big Bang Theory, Less than Perfect and 2 Broke Girls.

In 1976, Wass made his Broadway debut in the original Broadway production of Grease, playing Danny Zuko.

He made his television debut as Danny Dallas on Soap opposite stage veteran Katherine Helmond from 1977-1981, filming 101 episodes. He appeared on Broadway with his Soap co-star Diana Canova in Neil Simon's They're Playing Our Song.

Wass starred in Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)one of the post-Peter Sellers films in the franchise, as a detective engaged by Police Chief Dreyfus to track down Inspector Clouseau.

He played struggling musician Bobby Shelton (who trades his soul — and his family — to become ill-fated rock star "Billy Wayne") in the black comedy film Oh, God! You Devil (1984). He played a sports journalist caught up in a murder in female-Tarzan film Sheena (1984), which received five nominations in the Razzie Awards

In 1986, he starred in the TV movie Triplecross, directed by David Greene, in which he, Markie Post, and Gary Swanson are cops who receive a huge sum of money from a kidnap victim and become private detectives, competing against each other to solve cases.

His last acting role was among his most prominent, playing the title character's father in Blossom (1991–1995), a sitcom about a teenage girl with two brothers being brought up by their single father.

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an American singer, actress, choreographer, dancer, and filmmaker, best known for her multi-million-selling worldwide 1981 hit "Mickey", which reached No 1 in several countries.

Basil started dancing professionally in childhood, but her career started when she served as an assistant choreographer to David Winters and as a dancer on  Shindig!, a breakthrough music variety show which premiered on the  ABC network in 1964. In addition, she was assistant choreographer and a dancer on the 1964 concert film  The T.A.M.I. Show (Teen-Age Music International) choreographed by David Winters, which featured fellow dancer and friend,  Teri Garr. Some of her 1960s film choreography work include  Village of the Giants (1965), The Cool Ones (1967), and the Monkees's 1968 film  Head in which she is partnered on-screen with  Davy Jones during "Daddy's Song".

Basil choreographed, and co-directed with  David Byrne, the music video for " Once in a Lifetime" by  Talking Heads in 1980. She worked with Talking Heads again to direct and choreograph the video for the song " Crosseyed and Painless". She choreographed  David Bowie's  Diamond Dogs Tour in 1974, and  Glass Spider Tour in 1987. She was responsible for the choreography on Bowie's video for " Time Will Crawl". She has worked with  Bette Midler for many years, most recently on her 2008/2009  Las Vegas show  The Showgirl Must Go On. She served as the associate director and choreographer of the worldwide  Tina Turner Live: 50th Anniversary Concert Tour in 2008/2009. Her expertise as a choreographer led her to be invited to sit as a guest judge on season four and five of  Fox Broadcasting Company's  So You Think You Can Dance? In addition, she is credited with bringing  street dance to prominence as a founding member and manager of  The Lockers

Her film choreography through the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s include  American Graffiti (1973), The Rose (1979),  Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), Something to Talk About (1995),  That Thing You Do (1996),  My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) Legally Blonde (2001),  Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003),  Charlie Wilson's War (2007), and  The House Bunny(2008).

Basil is one of the seven original  Lockers, the street dance group considered "the group that changed the face of dance". She is recognized as a seminal influence in bringing street dance to the attention of the American public. A 2012  Dance Magazinearticle cited Basil as the pioneer in merging ballet with street dance for a piece she choreographed for  Saturday Night Live, "Swan Lake", in 1978.

The Lockers opened and toured with Frank Sinatra, including performances at  Carnegie Hall. They opened for  Funkadelic at  Radio City Music Hall and many acts in Las Vegas, and made countless television appearances including the third episode of Saturday Night Live.

Basil choreographed the  TV Land Awards salute to  Soul Train in 2005, as well as the TV Land Awards salute to  Sid and Marty Krofft in 2009.

Music career

Basil's recording career began in 1966 with a single for  A&M Records which was the title song from the short film Breakaway, and the B-side was "I'm 28" written by  Graham Gouldman who later co-founded  10cc. This film was made by artist  Bruce Conner. Basil was asked to sing, solo, the swinging jazz number "Wham Rebop Boom Bam" in the first season of  Saturday Night Live for the January 17, 1976 show with Buck Henry as host. Toni sold out solo shows at  The Roxy in Los Angeles in June 1976, and sang the song on  The Merv Griffin Show. She also guested with The Lockers during the first season of Saturday Night Live and, on later seasons, as a singer and filmmaker, to perform in her urban style Swan Lake. In 1982, she released the single "Mickey", which went on to achieve international success. 

"Mickey" was actually recorded in 1980 and the video was conceived, directed, and choreographed by Basil herself for the UK-based label Radialchoice nearly a year before the inception of  MTV in 1981[ citation needed]. Issued on  Chrysalis Records in September 1982 in the USA, the song knocked  Lionel Richie from No. 1 on the  Billboard Hot 100 in December. It also topped the chart in Canada where it was issued by  Virgin Records. The infectious  45 was quickly certified  Gold and in early 1983 reached Platinum status for sales of over 2 million copies in the United States alone. The music video for "Mickey" was one of the most popular early MTV videos. In the video, Basil wore her head cheerleader uniform from  Las Vegas High School from which she graduated. During an interview on  VH1's "100 Greatest Songs of The 80's", Basil revealed that she still owns the same cheerleader sweater she wore in the video. In 2009, VH1 ranked "Mickey" Number 5 on its list of the 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the '80s. In 2017 she sued the makers of South Park over their use of the song in parodying  Barack Obama's 2008 election win

For television, Basil has appeared as an actress and featured singer/dancer in many television shows and specials. She co-directed and choreographed two  BBC specials with Alan Walsh and Ken Stephenson called "Toni Basil Tape 1" and "Toni Basil Tape 2". [11]

Basil's recording career consists of only two albums. Her first album, 1982's  Word of Mouth included a second Hot 100 single "Shoppin' from A to Z", as well as three songs by  Devo, with the group providing the backing track. The track "Space Girls" was a re-recording of a 1974 Devo demo titled "Space Girl Blues" that would later be released on Devo's "Hardcore Devo: Volume One". Devo member  Gerald Casale and Basil were in a relationship at the time, and Basil had been an early supporter of the group.

Toni Basil (1983), her eponymous second album, yielded a third and final Hot 100 charting single, "Over My Head", which reached No. 4 on the U.S. Dance chart. Her song "Girls Night Out" appeared on the soundtrack to the 1986 movie  Modern Girls. To date, there have been five Toni Basil  best of collections released on CD. In 1999,  DJ and producer  Jason Nevins's dance remix of "Mickey" was a club hit in Europe and  Australia.

Basil contributed vocals for the  Devo song "The Only One" in 1987, part of the soundtrack the flop horror film  Slaughterhouse Rock, which Basil also starred in. The song was not released until 2000 on the demo compilation Recombo DNA.

Acting career

As an actress, Basil started off in the films  Easy Rider and  Five Easy Pieces. Some of her other films are  The Last Movie(directed by  Dennis Hopper),  Greaser's Palace (directed by  Robert Downey, Sr.),  Mother, Jugs & SpeedVillage of the GiantsRockula (with Thomas Dolby), and  Slaughterhouse Rock. On TV, she has appeared in episodes of  Laverne And ShirleyDark Justice, and in  Baywatch Nights as a fortune teller.

Film making and music videos

Basil directed short art films including Game of the WeekA Dance FilmOut Trip, and The Ping Pong Match. Predating music videos, these avant garde pieces found a new audience and were exhibited at the  Santa Monica Museum of Art, the  Getty Museum, and  New York University's Grey Art Gallery. The Los Angeles Times noted Basil's 'deft editing transformed an ordinary ping pong match between Gray & Stockwell (both noted American actors) into an energetic dance routine.

Basil's late 1960s  8 mm and  16 mm films toured the U.S. with the show "Semina Culture:  Wallace Berman and His Circle" in 2007.

The music video for "Mickey" is considered the first choreographed dance video, and due to its heavy play on MTV, inspired countless music videos of the modern era. The opening stunt, where two cheerleaders jump through the center of a human pyramid, is now illegal in competition.

Aside from directing her own video for "Mickey", she also directed and choreographed the video for Talking Heads' " Once in a Lifetime", featuring lead singer David Byrne against a white background in a similar style to Basil's "Mickey"

Tristan Rogers Click to read the full biography.
an Australian American actor. He is best known for playing Robert Scorpio on the ABC soap opera General Hospital and for voicing Jake in Walt Disney's The Rescuers Down Under..

Early acting roles were on Australian television and he completed short stints in soap operas Bellbird, Number 96 (in 1974) and The Box (in 1975). He was a regular in the police drama series The Link Men (1970) which lasted for 13 episodes, and had guest roles in programs including Barrier Reef, Division 4. He also had a role in the 1976 miniseries Power Without Glory.

He originally appeared on General Hospital from December 1980 until February 1992. The popularity and longevity of the character Robert Scorpio in General Hospital came as a result of his involvement with the monumentally popular "supercouple" Luke and Laura, whose 1981 wedding brought in 30 million viewers and remains the highest-rated hour in American soap opera history.

While Rogers' Scorpio had been "killed with no body found" when he left the series in 1992, Rogers returned briefly in 1995 as Scorpio's spirit to comfort the character's daughter Robin Scorpio (Kimberly McCullough), who is dealing with the loss of her boyfriend to an AIDS-related illness and is herself HIV-positive. He returned again in January 2006 for six weeks, this time with Scorpio being very much alive. Rogers reappeared in April 2006 and left again that November.

Rogers has taken the lead recently in the soap industry, calling for an evolution of the medium in light of its dwindling audience. An active proponent of the entertainment industry's expansion onto the internet, Tristan is producing his own web-based talk show.

From 5 August 2008 through 21 October 2008, Rogers reprised the role of Robert Scorpio on the second season of SOAPnet's General Hospital: Night Shift, a prime time spin-off of General Hospital which stars Scorpio's daughter RobinHe was featured in 12 of the season's 14 episodes, and Soap Opera Digest named the appearance their "Best Return" of 2008 Rogers later reappeared on General Hospital for four episodes starting 22 December 2008 as Scorpio attends Robin's wedding.

Rogers returned to General Hospital as Robert Scorpio on March 1, 2012 after Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) called him back to Port Charles to tell him that their daughter Robin Scorpio-Drake had been killed in a lab accident. After seven episodes, he left again on March 8, 2012. Rogers expressed disappointment that his return was cut short on his Twitter account and Facebook page.
The Young and the Restless

Rogers returned to daytime television on December 8, 2010 when he joined the cast of The Young and the Restless as Colin Atkinson. He was placed on contract with the show in February 2011. However, Rogers' character was written out of the series in October 2011.

On March 29, 2012 - only weeks after his short return to General Hospital - it was announced that Rogers will bring back Colin to Y&R. Rogers himself said that he will be back only briefly, hinting that he will be back for more later.
Other roles

Rogers starred in the CINE award-winning short Opportunity Knocks, portraying Death himself. Co-produced by Aaron Wells and Suzanne Niedland, there are plans to develop the short into a feature-length film

In 1994 Rogers guest-starred in season one, episode "The War Prayer", of the science fiction TV series Babylon 5.

Victoria Sellers Click to read the full biography.
an actress/model & stand-up comic who is the daughter of Britt Ekland & Peter Sellers. Victoria posed for Playboy in April 1986.
Virginia Aldridge

1st Ever Appearance!

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an actress who appeared as 'Lieutenant Karen Tracy' in "Wolf in the Fold", a second season episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.She filmed her scenes on Thursday 29 June 1967 at Desilu Stage 10.

Virginia had previously appeared on the television Westerns as "Cheyenne", "Wagon Train" and "The Rifleman", the latter of which featured Paul Fix and Bill Quinn as cast members. She also had supporting roles in the 1959 films "High School Big Shot" (co-starring Stanley Adams) and "Riot in Juvenile Prison" (with John Hoyt). She can also be seen in the classic 1967 family film "The Gnome-Mobile" along with Hal Baylor.

Aldridge went on to become a writer for such popular series as "Dallas", "Fame", "Knight Rider", and "Beauty and the Beast."

Vivica Fox

Saturday Only!

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an American actress, producer and television host. Fox began her career with roles on the daytime television soap operas Days of Our Lives (1988) and Generations (1989–91), subsequently shifting to the prime-time slot starring opposite Patti LaBelle, in the NBC sitcom Out All Night (1992–93). Fox's breakthrough came in 1996, with roles in two box-office hit films, Roland Emmerich's Independence Day and F. Gary Gray's Set It Off.

Fox later has starred in films Booty Call (1997), Soul Food (1997), Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1998), Kingdom Come (2001), Two Can Play That Game(2001), and Boat Trip (2002). Fox played Vernita Green in Kill Bill, and played supporting parts in films like Ella Enchanted (2004). Fox had the leading roles in the short-lived Fox sitcom Getting Personal (1998), and CBS medical drama City of Angels (2000). From 2003 to 2006, she co-starred in and produced the Lifetime crime drama series, Missing, for which she received NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series. Fox has also produced a number of straight-to-video films




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