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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television

ISSN 0749-064X

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television A Biographical Guide Featuring Performers, Directors, Writers, Producers, Designers, Managers, Choreographers, Technicians, Composers, Executives, Dancers, and Critics in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and the World

Kathleen J. Edgar, Senior Editor Joshua Kondek, Pam Zuber, Associate Editors

Volume 19 Includes Cumulative Index Containing References to Who's Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre

GALE DETROIT • LONDON

STAFF

Kathleen J. Edgar, Sen/or Editor Joshua Kondek, Volume Coordinator Pam Zuber, /Associate Editor Nancy A. Edgar, Deborah Kondek, Terry Kosdrosky, Annette Petrusso, Lynn M. Spampinato, Arlene True, Hilary Weber, and Carole L. Whitaker, Sketchwriters Christine Tomassini, Editorial Research Consultant Pamela Willwerth Aue and James P. Draper, Managing Editors Victoria B. Cariappa, Research Manager Andrew Guy Malonis, Research Specialist Michele P. LaMeau, Barbara McNeil, Maureen Richards, and Gary Oudersluys, Research Specialists Jeffrey D. Daniels, Tamara C. Nott, Tracie A. Richardson, Norma Sawaya, and Robert Whaley, Research Associates Phyllis Blackman and Corrine A. Stocker, Research Assistants

While every effort has been made to ensure the reliability of the information presented in this publication, Gale Research Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of the data contained herein. Gale accepts no payment for listing, and inclusion in the publication of any organization, agency, institution, publication, service, or individual does not imply endorsement of the editors or publisher. Errors brought to the attention of the publisher and verified to the satisfaction of the publisher will be corrected in future editions.

This publication is a creative work fully protected by all applicable copyright laws, as well as by misappropriation, trade secret, unfair competition, and other applicable laws. The authors and editors of this work have added value to the underlying factual material herein through one or more of the following: unique and original selection, coordination, expression, arrangement, and classification of the information. All rights to this publication will be vigorously defended. Copyright ©1998 Gale Research Address after September 15, 1998: 27500 Drake Rd. Farmington Hills, Ml 48331-3535

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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 84-649371 ISBN 0-7876-2057-2 ISSN 0749-064X Printed in the United States of America

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Contents Preface

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Biographies

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Cumulative Index (Including references to Who's Who in the Theatre and Who Was Who in the Theatre)

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Preface Provides Broad, Single-Source Coverage in the Entertainment Field Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television (CTFT) is a biographical reference series designed to provide students, educators, researchers, librarians, and general readers with information on a wide range of entertainment figures. Unlike single-volume reference works that focus on a limited number of artists or on a specific segment of the entertainment field, CTFT is an ongoing publication that includes entries on individuals active in the theatre, film, and television industries. Before the publication of CTFT, information-seekers had no choice but to consult several different sources in order to locate the in-depth biographical and credit data that makes CTFT's one-stop coverage the most comprehensive available about the lives and work of performing arts professionals.

Scope CTFT covers not only performers, directors, writers, and producers, but also behind-the-scenes specialists such as designers, managers, choreographers, technicians, composers, executives, dancers, and critics from the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and the world. With nearly 300 entries in CTFT 19, the series now provides biographies on approximately 8,500 people involved in all aspects of theatre, film, and television. CTFT gives primary emphasis to people who are currently active. New entries are prepared on major stars as well as those who are just beginning to win acclaim for their work. CTFT also includes entries on personalities who have died but whose work commands lasting interest.

Compilation Methods CTFT editors identify candidates for inclusion in the series by consulting biographical dictionaries, industry directories, entertainment annuals, trade and general interest periodicals, newspapers, and online databases. Entries are compiled from published biographical sources and then mailed to the listees or their agents for review and verification.

Revised Entries To ensure CTFT's timeliness and comprehensiveness, entries from previous volumes, as well as from Gale Research's Who's Who in the Theatre, are updated for individuals who have been active enough to require revision of their earlier biographies. Such individuals will merit revised entries as often as there is substantial new information to provide. Obituary notices for deceased entertainment personalities already listed in CTFT are also published.

Accessible Format Makes Data Easy to Locate CTFT entries, modeled after those in Gale's highly regarded Contemporary Authors series, are written in a clear, readable style designed to help users focus quickly on specific facts. The following is a summary of the information found in CTFT sketches: ENTRY HEADING: the form of the name by which the listee is best known.

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PERSONAL: full or original name; dates and places of birth and death; family data; colleges attended, degrees earned, and professional training; political and religious affiliations when known; avocational interests. ADDRESSES: home, office, agent, publicist and/or manager addresses. CAREER: tagline indicating principal areas of entertainment work; resume of career positions and other vocational achievements; military service. MEMBER: memberships and offices held in professional, union, civic, and social organizations. AWARDS, HONORS: theatre, film, and television awards and nominations; literary and civic awards; honorary degrees. CREDITS: comprehensive title-by-title listings of theatre, film, and television appearance and work credits, including roles and production data as well as debut and genre information. RECORDINGS: album, single song, video, and taped reading releases; recording labels and dates when available. WRITINCS: title-by-title listing of plays, screenplays, scripts, and musical compositions along with production information; books, including autobiographies, and other publications. ADAPTATIONS: a list of films, plays, and other media which have been adapted from the listee'swork. SIDELIGHTS: favorite roles; portions of agent-prepared biographies or personal statements from the listee when available. OTHER SOURCES: books and periodicals where interviews or feature stories can be found.

Access Thousands of Entries Using CTFT's Cumulative Index Each volume of GIFT contains a cumulative index to the entire series. As an added feature, this index also includes references to all seventeen editions of Who's Who in the Theatre and to the four-volume compilation Who Was Who in the Theatre.

Available in Electronic Format Online. Recent volumes of CTFTare available online as part of the Gale Biographies (GALBIO) database accessible through LEXIS-NEXIS. For more information, contact LEXIS-NEXIS, P.O. Box 933, Dayton, OH 454010933; phone (937) 865-6800, toll-free: 800-346-9759.

Suggestions Are Welcome Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television is intended to serve as a useful reference tool for a wide audience, so comments about any aspect of this work are encouraged. Suggestions of entertainment professionals to include in future volumes are also welcome. Send comments and suggestions to: The Editor, Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television, Gale Research Inc., 835 Penobscot Bldg., 645 Griswold St., Detroit, Ml 48226-4094; call toll-free at 1-800-347-GALE; or fax to 1-313-961-6599. viii

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television * Indicates that a listing has been compiled from secondary sources believed to be reliable, but has not been personally verified for this edition by the listee.

ALLEN, Joan

1956PERSONAL

Born August 20, 1956, in Rochelle, IL; father, a gas station operator; married Peter Friedman; children: Sadie. Education: Attended Eastern Illinois University; Northern Illinois University, B.A. (theatre). Addresses: Home—New York, NY. /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actress. Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago, IL, founding member. Also worked as a secretary for an educational film company. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, Clarence Derwent Award, Joseph Jefferson Award, Drama Desk Award, and Outer Critics Circle Award, all 1984, for And a Nightingale Sang; Obie Award, best ensemble, 1986, for The Marriage of Bette and Boo; Antoinette Perry Award, best actress in a play, 1988, for Burn This; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actress in a play, 1989, for The Heidi Chronicles; Academy Award nomination, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award nomination, all best supporting actress, all 1996, for Nixon; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1997, for The Crucible; Golden Satellite Award nomination, best actress in a motion picture—drama, 1998, for The Ice Storm. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Off-Broadway debut) Helen Stott,Anda Nightingale Sang, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago,

IL, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre, New York City, and Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, all 1983. Bette, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1985. Anna Mann, Burn This, Centre Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, then Plymouth Theatre, New York City, both 1987. Dr. Heidi Holland, The Heidi Chronicles, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1988, then Plymouth Theatre, 1989. Appeared in productions of A Lesson from Aloes, Three Sisters, The Miss Firecracker Contest, Cloud 9, Balm in Cilead, Earthly Possessions, Reckless, and The Fifth of]uly, all with Steppenwolf Theatre Company; also appeared in Marathon '86. Film Appearances: Mary Alice Mahoney, Compromising Positions, Paramount, 1985. Reba, Manhunter (also known as Red Dragon: The Pursuit of Hannibal Lecter), De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Maddy Nagle, Peggy Sue Cot Married, TriStar, 1986. Vera Tucker, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Paramount, 1988. Irene, In Country, Warner Bros., 1989. Bonnie Waitzkin, Searching for Bobby Fischer (also known as Innocent Moves), Paramount, 1993. Caroline, josh andS.A.M., Columbia, 1993. Zeena Frome, Ethan Frome, Miramax, 1993. Margaret Roberts, Mad Love, Buena Vista, 1995. Pat Nixon, Nixon, Buena Vista, 1995. Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1996. Eve Archer, Face/Off, Paramount, 1997. Elena Hood, The Ice Storm, Fox Searchlight, 1997. Pleasantville, New Line Cinema, 1998.

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Television Appearances; Miniseries: Iris Friedman, Evergreen, NBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: Sally Dobbs, "Shelter Skelter," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1987. "Robert Frost," Voices and Visions, PBS, 1988. Guest caller Lydia, "High Crane Drifter," Frasier, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Ellie, The Room Upstairs, CBS, 1987. Sarah Brady, Without Warning: The James Brady Story (also known as Thumbs Up and The James Brady Story), HBO, 1991. Television Appearances; Specials: Ann Deever, "All My Sons," American Playhouse, PBS, 1987. The 50th Annual Tony Awards, 1996.

Hanif, True Love and Chaos, New Vision Films, 1996. Raj Singh, Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (also known as Tara and Maya), Trimark, 1996. Kirpal "Kip" Singh, The English Patient, Miramax, 1996. Mighty Joe Young, Buena Vista, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Karim Amir, The Buddha of Suburbia, BBC, 1993. Other Television Appearances: Jimmy, Double Vision, 1992. Ravi Battacharya, The Peacock Spring, 1995. Also appeared in Two Oranges and a Mango, BBC. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, November 29, 1996, p. 75. Premiere, July, 1997, pp. 28-31.*

Other Television Appearances: Say Goodnight, Grade, Chicago Public Television, 1983. OTHER SOURCES

ARIS, Ben 1937PERSONAL

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 22, 1995, p. 43; January 17, 1997, p. 27; March 21,1997, p. 44. Us, March, 1996, p. 101.

ANDREWS, Naveen

1971(?)-

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Full name, Benjamin Patrick Aris; born March 16, 1937, in London, England; son of John Woodbridge (an insurance executive) and Joyce Mary (a painter; maiden name, Williams) Aris; married Yemaiel Oven (a ballet dancer), July 3, 1966; children: Rachel, Jonathan. Education: Attended Arts Educational School, London, and the General Academic and Training School. A vocational interests: Amateur naturalist, birdwatching, music, wine, and travel.

Full name, Naveen William Sidney Andrews; born c. 1971 (some sources say 1969), in London, England; children: (with Geraldine Feakins) Jaisal (son). Education: Attended Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Addresses: Contact—c/o 47 West Square, London SE11 4SP, England.

Career: Actor.

Member: Royal General and Theatrical Fund Association (board of directors, 1973—).

Awards, Honors: San Remo Film Festival Award, best actor, 1994, for The Bhudda of Suburbia. CREDITS Film Appearances: Bike, London Kills Me, Fine Line, 1991. Zaf, The Wild West, Vidmark Entertainment, 1992.

Career: Actor. Military service: National Service, 1955-57.

CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Child actor, dancer, Christmas Party/ Sauce Tatare, Cambridge Theatre, London, 1949. (New York debut) Rosencrantz, Hamlet, LuntFontanne Theatre, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 The Reverend Samuel Gardner, Mrs. Warren's Profession, Orange Tree Theatre, London, 1989. Acted extensively in children's theater, musicals, and revues in the West End district of London; appearances include The Boy Friend, Pieces of Eight, One Over the Eight, Funny Thing, Code ofWoosters, and Otherwise Engaged in South Africa; appeared in Hamlet, I, Claudius, 2nd The Second Mrs. Tanqueray, all at National Theatre, London; major tours include Stepping Out and Hamlet. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Tadpole, Tom Brown's Schooldays, United Artists, 1950. John Martinus, The Plague of the Zombies, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1966. Maxse, The Charge of the Light Brigade, United Artists, 1967. John Thomas, If, Paramount, 1968. Captain Harris, Lionheart, Children's Film, 1968. Young Lieutenant, The Music Lovers, United Artists, 1969. Rosencrantz, Hamlet, Columbia, 1969. Architect, Get Carter, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1971. Floor walker, Say Hello to Yesterday, Cinerama, 1971. Thomas Buff, Savage Messiah, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1972. Oh Lucky Man, Warner Bros., 1972. Army Captain, Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World, Cinerama, 1973. The Walker, Juggernaut, United Artists, 1974. First musketeer, The Three Musketeers, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974. Reverend Simpson, Tommy, Columbia, 1974. Trampas D. Hilderbrand, I'm Not Feeling Myself Tonight, 1975. Advertising Man, Alfie Darling (also known as Oh, Alfie), EMI, 1975. Fireman, Royal Flash, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. The Voyage of the Damned, Avco-Embassy, 1976. Bath Patron, The Ritz, Warner Bros., 1976. Lord Tarquin of Staines, Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Charisma, 1980. Hussy, Vestron Video, 1980. Theatre manager, Night Train to Murder, Thames, 1983. Strangers on a Train—Party Guest, Didn't You Kill My Brother?, Recorded Releasing, 1987. Squire Dunn, King of the Wind, Harlech Television, 1990. Doctor, U.F.O., Polygram Film, 1993. Also appeared in The Three Musketeers.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Robert Southey, Clouds of Glory: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 1978. Frank Lloyd, The Assassination Run, The Entertainment Channel, 1983. Lieutenant of Dragoons, A Hazard of Hearts, 1987. Eric Larch, "StarQuality,"Masterp/ece Theatre, PBS, 1987. Vernon, "Young Charlie Chaplin," WonderWorks, PBS, 1989. Captain Fowler, "Problem at Sea, "Agatha Christie's Poirot (also known as Mystery!), Arts and Entertainment, 1990. Fergie and Andrew: Behind Closed Doors (also known as Fergie and Andrew: Behind the Palace Doors), 1992. Tommy Dukes, Lady Chatterly, BBC, 1992. Television Appearances; Series: Mr. Spalding (recurring), To the Manor Born, BBC, 1976-81. Television Appearances; Episodic: Roland, "No Rumor in the Truth," No Job for a Lady, 1991. Also appeared in British series, including Bergerac, Hi De Hi, Shine on Harvey Moon, By the Sword Divided, Chance in a Million, Star Quality, and Call Me Mister; also in /Assass/nat/on Run, BBC; Hazell, Thames; Clouds ofClory, Granada; The Diplomatic Clerk, BBC; and Masterspy, ATV.*

ASHBY, Linden 1960PERSONAL Full name, Clarence Linden Garnett Ashby III; born May 23, 1960, in Atlantic Beach, FL; son of Garnett (a Pharmaceuticals manufacturer) and Eleanor (a civic organizer) Ashby; married Susan Walters (an actress), April, 1986; children: Grace, Savannah. Education: Attended Fort Lewis College. Avocational interests: Surfing, rock climbing, amateur boxing, karate, flying. Addresses:/Agent—Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager— MoressNanas-Wald Entertainment, 12424 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 840, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actor.

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CREDITS Film Appearances: Craig, Night Angel, Paragon Arts, 1990. Jason, 15th Phase of the Moon (short film), Chanticleer, 1990. Dragon, Into the Sun, Trimark, 1992. Martin Hudson, Eight Seconds (also known as Eight Seconds to Glory), New Line, 1994. Morgan Earp, Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. Johnny Cage, Mortal Kombat, New Line, 1995. Jack Bryant, Blast, Imperial Entertainment/Cruel Stories, 1996. Beau, Cadillac Ranch, BMG Independents, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Curtis Alden, Loving (also known as The City), ABC, 1983. Lome Cash, Spy Came (also known as Cloak and Dagger and Lome and Max), ABC, 1997. Dr. Brett "Coop" Cooper, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1997—. Television Appearances; Movies: Ted, The Perfect Bride (also known as Stephanie's Wedding), USA Network, 1991. Dave Henderson, Green Dolphin Beat (also known as Green Dolphin Street), Fox, 1994. Jimmy Price, The Beneficiary, HBO, 1997. Jeff, The Late, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Were wolf, Fox, 1987-88. "A Killer Date," Hardball, NBC, 1990. Brett Reynolds, "Twenty Questions," MacGyver, ABC, 1990. Charles Reynolds, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1992. Other Television Appearances: Lance as an adult, Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story (miniseries), NBC, 1987. Jimi Hartman, New Year (pilot; also known as New Year's /999), ABC, 1993. Harry DuPree, Dark Angel (pilot), Fox, 1996. Stage Appearances: Tom, But Mostly Because It's Raining, Actors Outlet Theatre, New York City, 1984. The Sorrows of Frederick, Whole Theatre, Montclair, NJ, 1994-95. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, September 18,1995, pp. 242-243.*

ASSEYEV, Tamara PERSONAL Education: Marymount College (now Loyola Marymount University), B.A., 1965; University of California at Los Angeles, M.A., theatre arts. Addresses: Office—Tamara Asseyev Productions, 121 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Producer, writer, and actress. Founding member of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. Member: Producers Guild of America, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (board of governors, producers' branch). Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best picture, Golden Globe Award nomination, and Christopher Award, all 1979, forNorma Rae; Professional Achievement Award from Loyola Marymount University. CREDITS Film Work: Production assistant, The Pit and Pendulum, American International Pictures, 1961. Production assistant, The Trip, American International Pictures, 1967. Production assistant, The Saint Valentine's Day Massacre, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Production assistant, The Devil's Angels, American International Pictures, 1967. Associate producer, The Wild Racers, American International Pictures, 1967. Production assistant, Targets, Paramount, 1968. Associate producer, Paddy, Allied Artists, 1968. Associate producer, Sweet Kill (also known as The Arousers and A Kiss from Eddie), New World Films, 1970. Production assistant, The Dunwich Horror, American International Pictures, 1970. Co-producer, Drive-In, Columbia, 1976. Co-producer, / Wanna Hold Your Hand, Universal, 1978. Co-producer, Big Wednesday, Warner Bros., 1978. Co-producer, Norma Rae, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Associate producer,/^ Month by the Lake, Miramax, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Also produced documentary A History of Atlantic Records. Television Work; Producer: Penalty Phase, CBS, 1986. After the Promise, CBS, 1987. The Secret Life ofKathy McCormick, NBC, 1988. Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun (also known as The Beryl Markham Story), CBS, 1988. The Hijacking of the AchilleLauro, NBC, 1989. Murder by Moonlight, CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Movies: Baroness Karen Von Blixen, Beryl Markham: Shadow on the Sun (also known as The Beryl Markham Story), CBS, 1988. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bernardine, "Ernie and That Woman," My Three Sons, CBS, 1966. Student, "Robbie's Underground Movie," My Three Sons, CBS, 1966. Ann, "Happy Birthday World," My Three Sons, CBS, 1966. WRITINGS Humor: (With Liz Nickles) Always Kiss With Your Whiskers: Love Advice from My Cat, illustrated by Bonnie Timmons, Pocket Books (New York City), 1991. (With Liz Nickles) Heavy Petting: Romantic Advice from My Cat, illustrated by Bonnie Timmons, Hyperion (New York City), 1994. (With Liz Nickles) First Cat: Second Term, illustrated by I. Segal, Capra Press (Santa Barbara, CA), 1997. SIDELIGHTS Tamara Asseyev has worked with producer Roger Gorman on eight films. Beginning with 1976's DriveIn, her co-producer has been Alex (Alexandra) Rose. Asseyev lists among her other activities serving as the West Coast scout for publisher E.P. Dutton and working as a member of the Costume Council of the Los Angeles City Museum. She is a founding member of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and is a member of the Amazing Blue Ribbon for the Los Angeles Music Center. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Architectural Digest, December, 1992, p. 172.*

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AVALON, Frankie 1940PERSONAL Full name Francis Thomas Avalone; born September 18, 1940, in Philadelphia, PA; married Kay Diebel, 1962; children: eight (including Frank Jr., also an actor). Education: Attended public schools in Philadelphia. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor, singer, and cabaret and nightclub entertainer. Was considered a trumpet playing prodigy at the age of nine. Awards, Honors: Gold Record, 1957, for "Venus''; Gold Album, 1959, forSw/ng/n' on a Rainbow. CREDITS Film Appearances: Himself, jamboree (also known as Disc jockey jamboree), Warner Bros., 1957. Voice of Alakazam,/A/a/cazam the Great (also known asSa/yi/-/c/),AM/INT, 1960. Bert Harry, Guns of the Timberland (also known as Stampede), Warner Bros., 1960. Smitty, The Alamo, United Artists, 1960. Lieutenant Danny Romano, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1961. Rodney, Sa/7a Crooked Ship, Columbia, 1962. El Valle de las espadas, 1962. Rick Baldwin, Panic in the Year Zero, American International Pictures, 1962. Seaman Joseph Malzone, Operation Bikini (also known as The Seafighters), American International Pictures, 1963. Brian Ferrers, Drums of Africa, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1963. Jerifan, The Castilian (also known as Va//ey of the Swords), Warner Bros., 1963. Frankie, Beach Party, American International Pictures, 1963. Socum, Pajama Party (also known as The Maid and the Martian), American International Pictures, 1964. Frankie, Muscle Beach Party, American International Pictures, 1964. Frankie/Potato Bug, Bikini Beach, American International Pictures, 1964. Todd Armstrong/Jane, Ski Party, American International Pictures, 1965.

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Frankie, Beach Blanket Bingo, American International Pictures, 1965. yet Set, 1965. Kenny Klinger, I'll Take Sweden, United Artists, 1965. Title role/Sergeant Donovan, Sergeant Deadhead, American International Pictures, 1965. How to Stuff a Wild Bikini, 1965. Craig Gamble, Dr. Goldfootandthe Bikini Machine, American International Pictures, 1965. Dave, Fireball 500, American International Pictures, 1966. Thunder Alley, 1967. Tommy Carter, The Million Eyes ofSu-muru, American International Pictures, 1967. Angie, Skidoo, Paramount, 1968. Horror House, 1969. Danny James, The Take, Columbia, 1974. Teen angel and song performer, Crease, Paramount, 1978. Paul, Blood Song (also known as Dream Slayer), 1982. The Big Kahuna, Back to the Beach, Paramount, 1987. Himself, Troop Beverly Hills, Columbia, 1989. Himself, The Stoned Age, Trimark Pictures, 1994. Himself, Casino, Universal, 1995. Film Work: Coexecutive producer, Back to the Beach, Paramount, 1987. Television Appearances; Series: E asy Does It... Starring Frankie Avalon, CBS, 1976. Television Appearances; Movies: Himself, A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Person to Person, CBS, 1960. "Emmy Lou," Shirley Temple Theater, ABC, 1960. "Ruth Becomes a Success/' My Sister Eileen, CBS, 1961. "A Tumble from a High White Horse/' Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1963. "The Frankie Avalon Show," The]ack Benny Program, CBS, 1963. "Incident at Faragut Pass/' Rawhide, CBS, 1963. "Who Killed Cynthia Royal?/' Burke's Law, ABC, 1963. "A Thousand Voices," Mr. Novak, NBC, 1963. "Who Killed the Strangled," Burke's Law, ABC, 1965. "Brother, Brother," Combat, ABC, 1965.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "The Keefers Come Calling," Bing Crosby Show, ABC, 1965. "A Foggy Day in Brooklyn Heights," The Patty Duke Show, ABC, 1965. Hullabaloo, NBC, 1966. "Lucy the Star Maker," The Lucy Show, CBS, 1967. Jack, "Who's Afraid of Mother Goose," Off to See the Wizard, ABC, 1967. "Friend in Deed," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1969. "Love and the Tuba," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "The Carters Meet Frankie Avalon," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1973. "Computerman," Love Boat, ABC, 1978. $weepstake$, NBC, 1979. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1.980. "Poobah Doo Dah," Happy Days, ABC, 1982. Johnny Fingers, "Who Killed the World's Greatest Chef," Burke's Law, CBS, 1995. Also appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Perry Como Show, The Pat Boone Show, Arthur Murray's Houseparty, American Bandstand, The Milton Berle Show, Colden Circle Spectacular, The Dinah Shore Show, and The Steve Allen Show. Television Appearances; Specials: Frankie Avalon's Easter Special, syndicated, 1969. Song performer, American Bandstand's 20th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1973. Saga ofSonora, NBC, 1973. Host, "The Early Years, 1955-1958," Roots of Rod;

'n'Roll, 1981. The Real Trivial Pursuit, 1985. Fabian's Good Time Rock 'n' Roll, 1985. American Bandstand's 33 1/3 Celebration, ABC, 1985. Miss Teen USA, CBS, 1986. Liberty Weekend, ABC, 1986. "The Golden Boys of Bandstand," On Stage at Wolf Trap, PBS, 1986. Frankie, The Drug Knot, CBS, 1986. American Music Awards, 1986. Co-host, America Picks the No. 1 Songs, ABC, 1986. The Mother-Daughter Pageant 1987, syndicated, 1987. Host, Spring Break Reunion, syndicated, 1987. Pee-Wee's Playhouse Christmas, CBS, 1988. Jackie Cleason: The Great One, CBS, 1988. Host, Opryland Celebrates 200 Years of America's Music, syndicated, 1988. Song performer, Command Performance: An All-Star Salute to the President, ABC, 1989. Freedom Festival '89, CBS, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon, syndicated, 1992. American Bandstand 40th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1992. More of the Best of the Hollywood Palace, ABC, 1993. American Bandstand's Teen Idols, NBC, 1994. Interviewee, The Life and Times of the Everly Brothers, TNN, 1996. Host, Ballyhoo!: The Hollywood Sideshow!, American Movie Classics, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: The Beach Girls, NBC, 1978. Frankie and Annette: The Second Time Around, NBC, 1978. RECORDINGS Albums: Swingin' on a Rainbow, Chancellor, 1959. The Young Frankie Avalon, Chancellor, 1959. Summer Scene, Chancellor, 1960. You're My Life, 1960. And Now About Mr. Avalon, Chancellor, 1961. A Whole Lot of Frankie, Chancellor, 1961. Frankie Avalon's Christmas Album, Chancellor, 1962. Italiano, Chancellor, 1962. You Are Mine, Chancellor, 1962. Christmas Album, Chancellor, 1962. Songs from Muscle Beach Party, United Artists, 1964. / Want You Near Me, Metromedia, 1970. You're My Life, De Lite, 1978. Venus, De Lite, 1978. Bobby Sox to Stockings, Ace, 1984. (With Annette Funicello) Back to Back, ERA, 1991. Albums; Compilations: Cleopatra Plus 13 Other Great Hits, Chancellor, 1963. Hits of Frankie Avalon, United Artists, 1964. 16 Greatest Hits, ABC, 1973. Pick of Frankie Avalon, CBS, 1979. Best of Frankie Avalon, Creole, 1984. The Best of Frankie Avalon, MCA, 1985. The Frankie Avalon Collection, Castle Communications, 1990. The Best of Frankie Avalon, Varese Sarabande, 1995. Teen Idols: The Very Best of Frankie Avalon, Music Club, 1997.

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Sox—To Stockings," "Two Fools," "Why," "Don't Throw Away All Those Teardrops," "Where Are You," "Don't Let Love Pass Me By," "A Perfect Love," "Who Else but You," "True, True Love," "You are Mine," "A Miracle," and "Just Ask You're Heart."*

AVERBACK, Hy 1920-1997 OBITUARY NOT/CE-See index for CTFT sketch: Born in 1920 (some sources say 1925), in Minneapolis, MN; died October 14, 1997, in Los Angeles, CA. Director, producer, and actor. Averback produced and directed hit television shows such as M*/4*S*H and F-Troop, but his wife told the Los Angeles Times that he was most proud of his radio broadcasts in World War II that entertained troops in the Pacific. His World War II humor and music show was broadcast on the Mosquito Network; his favorite character was Tokyo Mose, a spoof of Japan's Tokyo Rose. After the war he stayed with radio as an announcer on NBC's jack Parr Show and the Bob Hope Show. In the late 1940s he also appeared on the radio shows The Sealtest Village Store and Let's Talk Hollywood, both for NBC. Averback moved on to television and film, appearing in the movies The Benny Goodman Story (1956), Four Girls in Town (1956), and How to Succeed in Business . . . Without Really Trying (1967). His work in television was mainly as director and producer. Averback directed The Real McCoys (195763), The Dick Powell Show (1961-63), The Man from U.N.CLE. (1964-68), The Flying Nun (1967-70), Columbo (1971), McCloud (1971), MM *S*H (1972), Quark (1978), Matt Houston (1982-83), The Four Seasons (1984), and the miniseries Pearl (1978). His producing credits include Meet Corliss Archer (1954), the Tom Ewell Show (1960-61), F-Troop (1965-67), The Don Rickles Show (1972), Big Eddie (1975), Brothers and Sisters (1979), and The Dukes of Hazzarcf (1979-85). His work on MM*S*H earned him two Emmy awards. As a television actor, Averback appeared on The Saturday Night Revue (1953-54), Tonight (1955), and NBC Comedy Hour (1956). He also produced and directed dozens of pilots, including ones for The Love Boat (1977) and Night Rider (1979). OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES

Singles: Singles include "Venus," "De De Dinah," "You Excite Me," "Ginger Bread," "111 Wait for You," "Bobby

Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, October 22,1997, section 1, p. 10.

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Los Angeles Times, October 21, 1997, p. A22. New York Times, October 23, 1997, p. D27. Washington Post, October 25, 1997, p. H10.

AVNET, Jon 1949PERSONAL Full name, Jonathan Michael Avnet; born November 17, 1949, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Lester Francis (founder of Avnet Electronics) and Joan Bertha (Grossman) Avnet; married Barbara Brody (a fabric designer), September 19,1975; children: Alexandra, Jacob, Lily. Education: Attended the University of Pennsylvania, 1967-69; Sarah Lawrence College, B.A., film, 1971; attended the Conservatory for Advanced Film Studies, 1972-73; also studied at the American Film Institute. Avocational interests: Basketball, skiing, biking. Addresses: Office—The Avnet-Kerner Company, 3815 Hughes Ave., Culver City, CA 90232. AgentCreative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Producer, director, and writer. United Artists, Los Angeles, CA, reader, 1974; Sequoia Pictures, Los Angeles, CA, director of creative affairs, 197577; Tisch/Avnet Productions, Los Angeles, CA, (with Steve Tisch) founder, 1977, president, 1977-85; Avnet/Kerner Company, Los Angeles, CA, (with Jordan Kerner) founder, 1985, chair, 1985—; Weintraub/ Heller Productions, associate producer; Allied Communications, Inc., president; Los Angeles County Opera, Los Angeles, CA, trustee. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Producers Caucus, American Film Institute, Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: American Film Institute fellow; Franklin J. Schaffner Award, American Film Institute, 1995; (with Richard Gere) Freedom of Expression Award, National Board of Review, 1997, for Red Corner. CREDITS Film Producer with Jordan Kerner: Funny about Love (also known as New York Times), Paramount, 1990.

(And director) Fried Green Tomatoes (also known as Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe), Universal, 1991. The Mighty Ducks (also known asChampions), Buena Vista, 1992. When a Man Loves a Woman, Buena Vista, 1994. (And director) The War, Universal, 1994. D2: The Mighty Ducks (also known as The Mighty Ducks 2), Buena Vista, 1994. Film Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted: Associate producer, Checkered Flag or Crash (also known as Crash), Universal, 1977. Associate producer, Outlaw Blues, Warner Bros., 1977. Coast to Coast, Paramount, 1980. Risky Business, Warner Bros., 1983. Executive producer, Deal of the Century, Warner Bros., 1983. Less Than Zero, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Tango and Cash (also known as Tango & Cash), Warner Bros., 1989. (And director) Men Don't Leave, Warner Bros., 1990. Executive producer, The Three Musketeers, Buena Vista, 1993. Executive producer, Miami Rhapsody, Buena Vista, 1995. (And director) Up Close and Personal (also known as Up Close and Personal: The Jessica Savitch Story), Buena Vista, 1996. D3: The Mighty Ducks, Buena Vista, 1996. (And director) Red Corner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1997. George of the Jungle, Buena Vista, 1997. Also produced and directed Confusions Circle. Television Executive Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted; Movies: Producer, No Other Love, CBS, 1979. Producer, Homeward Bound, CBS, 1980. Producer, Prime Suspect, CBS, 1982. Something So Right, CBS, 1982. S/7ence of the Heart, CBS, 1984. The Burning Bed, NBC, 1984. (And director) Between Two Women, 1986. Triplecross, 1986. In Love and War, NBC, 1987. Side by Side (also known as Nothing's Impossible), CBS, 1988. My First Love (also known as Second Chance and One More Time), ABC, 1988. Do You Know the Muffin Man?, CBS, 1989. Breaking Point, TNT, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Heat Wave (also known as Burn, Baby, Burn), TNT, 1990. Backfield in Motion, ABC, 1991. The Nightman (also known as The Watchman), NBC, 1992. The Switch, 1993. For Their Own Good, 1993. Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (also known as Love Can Build a Bridge), 1995. Also the producer of Calendar Girl Murders and the executive producer of Deceptions. Television Work; Series: Executive producer and director, Call to Glory, ABC, 1984-85. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With others) Fried Green Tomatoes (also known as Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe), Universal, 1991. Teleplays; Series: Call to Glory, ABC, 1984-85. Teleplays; Movies: Between Two Women, 1986.

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Career: Singer, actor, composer, and writer. Prominent French singer and songwriter since the 1940s; has written more than 800 and recorded more than 1,000 songs in French, English, German and Spanish and has sold over 100 million records; performer in concert tours, including one tour in France, Latin America, and North America, 1995. Sometimes billed as Charles Aznavurian. Member: Authors and Composers Society in France and Switzerland. Awards, Honors: Best actor of the year, 1958, for La Tete Contre les Murs; Country Music Award, best composer, for "Yesterday When I Was Young/' The Hustle, 1975; Cesar Honorary Award, 1997; also received thirty-seven gold albums. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Siky, Em/7 et les Detectives, Studio Des Champs Elysee, Paris, France, 1933. Charles Aznavour (solo show), Carnegie Hall, New York City, 1963. (With Liza Minnelli) Liza Minnelli/Charles Aznavour; Carnegie Hall, 1963. Charles Aznavour (solo show), Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 1967.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, February 14, 1992, p. C6.*

AZNAVOUR, Charles 1924(Charles Aznavurian) PERSONAL Born Shahnour Varenagh Aznavourian (some sources spell surname Aznavurjian), May 22, 1924, in Paris, France; son of Misha (a singer) and Knar (an actress; maiden name, Bagdassar) Aznavour; married Ulla (a model), January 11,1960 (some sources say 1967); children: Seda, Katia, Misha, Nicolas. Religion: Gregorian. Addresses: Agent—do Fifi Oscard Agency, 24 West 40th Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10018; Guy Bonnet, Agents Associes, 201 rue du Faubourg SaintHonore, 75008 Paris, France.

Major Tours: Toured in Charles Aznavour (solo show), Olympia Theatre and Alhambra Theatre, both in Paris, France; Palladium, London, England; Music Box Theatre, Minskoff Theatre, Ambassador Theatre, and LuntFontanne Theatre, all in New York City; and in over eighty countries. Film Appearances: Singing croupier, Adieu Cherie, 1947. C'est Arrive a 36 Chandelles, 1957. Heurtevent/a sailor, La Tete Contre les Murs (also known as The Keepers), 1958. Joseph, JLes Dragueurs (also known as The Chasers and The Dredgers), 1959. Charlie Kohler/Edouard Saroyan, Shoot the Piano Player (also known as Shoot the Pianist and Tirez sur le Pianiste), 1959. The Testament of Orpheus (also known as Le Testament d'Orphee, ou Ne Me Demandez pas Pourquoi!), 1960. Le Passage du Rhin (also known as The Crossing of the Rhine), 1960.

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Un Taxi pour Tobrouk (also known as Taxi for Tobruck, Taxi Nach Tobruk, and Un Taxi para Tobruk), 1960. Horace 62, 1961. Tempo di Roma, 1962. Les Quatres Verites (also known as Three Fables of Love, Las Cuatro Verdades, and Le Quattro Ver/ta), 1962. Le Rat d'Amerique, 1962. Denis Mayeux, Le Diable et les Dix Commandements (also known as The Devil and the Ten Commandments), 1962. Altalnfedelta, 1963. Les Vierges, 1963. Cherchez I'idole, 1964. Edmond, La Metamorphose des Cloportes (also known as Cloportes), 1965. Henri Plantin, Paris in August (also known as Paris in the Month of August and Paris au Mois d'aout), 1965. Un Facteur s'en va-t-en Guerre, 1966. Caroline Cherie, 1967. The Hunchback, Candy, Cinerama, 1968. George Kramer, Le Temps des Loups (also known as Carbon Copy, Dillinger 70, The Last Shot, and Time of the Wolves), 1969. Pavel Vendek, The Games, 1970. Marcel Campion, The Adventurers, 1970. Leroy, Un Beau Monstre, 1970. Eric Chambon, La Part des Lions, 1971. Charles, Les Intrus, 1971. Visconti, The Blockhouse, 1973. Michel Raven, Ten Little Indians (also known as And Then There Were None, Diez Negritos, and Ein Unbekannter Rechnet Ab), 1974. Dr. Lartigue, Fo//es Bourgeoises (also known as The Twist and Die Verrueckten Reichen), 1975. Performer of song "Yesterday When I Was Young," The Hustle, 1975. Inspector Nikolidis, Sky Riders, 1976. Charles, Collections Privees, 1979. Charles, Ciao, Les Mecs, 1979. The Heist, 1979. Performer of song "We Had It All/' The Colden Lady, 1979. Sigismund Markus, The Tin Drum (also known as Die Biechtrommel and Le Tambour), 1979. Bellun, Une]eunesse, 1981. Leon, What Makes David Run? (also known as Qu'est-ce qui Fait Courir David?), 1981. The Magic Mountain (also known as Der Zauberberg), 1981. Edith et Marcel (also known as Edith and Marcel), 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Performer of song "111 Be There/' Too Scared to Scream, 1982. Kachoudas, The Hatter's Ghost (also known as Les fantomes du chapelier), 1982. Performer of song, "Les Plaisirs Demodes," Le Bal, 1983. Viva la Vie of Claude Lelouche, 1983. Edouard Takvorian, Long Live Life! (also known as Viva la Vie!), 1984. Aaron Rapoport, Yiddish Connection (also known as Safe Breaker), 1986. Jeremie, Mangeclous, 1988. Migrations, 1988. Romualdi, // Maestro (also known as The Maestro and Musical May), 1992. Grandfather (Grand-Pere), Les Annees Campagnes (also known as The Country Years), 1992. I'Alibi en Or, 1994. Pondichery, Dernier Comptoir des Indes, 1997. Also appeared in Double Game Friend to Friend, Love Me Strangely, Pourquoi Paris?, and Tomorrow Is My Turn. Television Appearances; Specials: Paris'89, 1989. Sinatra Duets, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1976. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Appeared in a six-hour miniseries for French, Italian, and German television. RECORDINGS Albums: Albums include Aznavour, Disk d'or, 40 Chansons d'or 212, Crandes Sucessos de Charles Aznavour, Greatest Colden Hits, Greatest Hits and More, Hier Encore, La Boheme, Les Grandes Chansons—Volume 1, The Old Fashioned Way, Recital (Disque 1), Recital (Disque 2), She, 20 Chansons d'or, Vivre avec To/, Yesterday When / Was Young, and You and Me. Contributor to albums, including The Best of FranceVolume 4, The Romantic Collection/France, and Nikos Ignatiadis's Still in Love with You; provided introduction to Frank Sinatra and Sextet's Live in Paris. WRITINGS Screenplays: Les Intrus, 1971.

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Film Composer; Musical Scores: Thou Shalt Not Kill, 1961. Le Diable et les Dix Commandements (also known as The Devil and the Ten Commandments), 1962. Les Quatres Verites (also known as Three Fables of Love, Las Quatro Verdades, and Le Quattro V/er/ta), 1962. Film Composer; Songs; Unless Otherwise Noted: Title song, L'Amour, 1968. Co/den Ophelia, 1974. "Yesterday When I Was Young," The Hustle, 1975. Betty Blokk-Buster Follies, 1976. "We Had It All," The Golden Lady, 1979. Song lyrics, "LaTrentaine," "Allez Viens," "Bien Sur," Trends le Temps," "D'egal a Egal," "Feline," "Et que je t'aime," all for What Makes David Run?

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(also known as Qu'est-ce qui Fait Courir David?), 1981. Song lyrics, Edith et Marcel (also known as Edith and Marcel), 1982. "Les Plaisirs Demodes," Le Bal, 1983. Mauvais Sang (also known as Bad Blood and The Night is Young), 1986. OTHER SOURCES Books: Chaneles, Sol, and Albert Wolsky, The Movie Makers, Derbibooks, 1974. Aznavour-Garvarentz, Aida, Petit Frere, R. Lafont, 1986. Periodicals: New York Times, August, 1992.*

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BACHARACH, Burt 1929(?)PERSONAL Born May 29, 1929 (some sources say May 12 and other sources say 1928), in Kansas City, MO; raised in Forest Hills, Queens, NY; son of Bert (a columnist) and Irma (Freeman) Bacharach; married Paula Stewart (a singer), 1953 (divorced, 1958); married Angie Dickinson (an actress), 1965 (divorced, 1980); married Carole Bayer Sager (a songwriter), March 30, 1982 (divorced, 1990); married Jane Hanson, 1991; children: (second marriage) Lea Nikki; (third marriage) Cristopher Elton; (fourth marriage) Oliver, Raleigh. Education: Attended McGill University; New School for Social Research, Mannes School of Music (New York City); Music Academy of the West, Santa Barbara, CA; studied with composers Darius Milhaud, Henry Cowell, and Bohuslav Martinu. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212; 1325 Sixth Ave., New York, NY 10019. Career: Composer, conductor, arranger, and performer. Dance band arranger, Germany, 1952; accompanist for Vic Damone, 1952; performer at restaurants, nightclubs, and concert halls, and as accompanist for Polly Bergen, Joel Grey, Georgia Gibbs, Steve Lawrence, Paula Stewart, and Ames Brothers, all beginning in 1952; musical director for Marlene Dietrich, European and U.S. cities, 1958-61; composer of theme music for the twenty-third Olympic Games, 1984. Also performed at resorts in the Catskill Mountains and in Atlantic City, NJ. Frequent collaborator with Hal David, Mack David, Bob Hilliard, Carole Bayer Sager, and Jack Wolfe. Military service: U.S. Army, 1950-52.

Member: American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nominations, best song, 1965, for "What's New, Pussycat?/' 1966, for "Alfie," 1967, for "The Look of Love," from Casino Royale; Grammy Award, best arrangement on an instrumental, 1967, for "Alfie"; Drama Desk Award, 1968, Antoinette Perry Award (with others), best score for a musical, 1969, and Grammy Award, musical cast show—best album, all for Promises, Promises; Entertainer of the Year (with Hal David), Cue magazine, 1969; Academy Award, best original score (not a musical), and Grammy Award, best album or original instrumental score for a motion picture or television, both 1969, for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; Academy Award (with Hal David), best song, 1969, and Golden Globe Award (with Hal David), film—best original song, 1970, both for "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Emmy Award, best variety special, 1971, for Singer Presents Burt Bacharach; Academy Award (with Carole Bayer Sager), best song, 1981, for "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do"; Grammy Award (with others), song of the year, 1986, for "That's What Friends Are For"; Grammy Award nomination (with others), record of the year, 1986, for That's What Friends Are For. Also received another Emmy Award. CREDITS Film Appearances: Himself, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, New Line Cinema, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Singer Presents Burt Bacharach, 1971. American Bandstand's 33 1/3 Celebration, 1985.

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Performer on Albums: Hit Maker, The Man! Burt Bacharach and His Songs (also known as Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits!), Kapp, 1965. Reach Out, A&M, 1967. Make It Easy on Yourself, A&M, 1969. Burt Bacharach, A&M, 1971. Living Together, A&M, 1973. Burt Bacharach's Greatest Hits, A&M, 1974. Futures, A&M, 1977. Woman, A&M, 1979. T// Never Fall in Love Again, Spectrum Music, 1993. WRITINGS Composer for Films: "I Cry More," Don't Knock the Rock, 1956. "Warm and Tender," Lizzie, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1957. "Sad Sack," Sacf Sack (also known as The Sad Sack), Paramount, 1957. "The Blob," The Blob (also known as The Glob, The Glob that Girdled the Globe, The Meteorite Monster, The Molten Meteorite, and The Night of the Creeping Dead), Paramount, 1958. Country Music Holiday, Paramount, 1958. "Love in a Goldfish Bowl," JLove in a Goldfish Bowl, Paramount, 1961. "Another Tear Falls," R/ng-a-D/ng Rhythm, 1962. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Paramount, 1962. Wives and Lovers, Paramount, 1963. "Send Me No Flowers," Send Me No Flowers, Universal, 1964. A House Is Not a Home, Embassy Pictures, 1964. Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?, Paramount, 1964. "What's New, Pussycat?," What's New, Pussycat? (also known as Quo/ de Neuf, Pussycat?), United Artists, 1965. "Promise Her Anything," Promise Her Anything, Paramount, 1966. "Alfie," Alfie, Paramount, 1966. "After the Fox," After the Fox (also known as Caccia alia Vo/pe), United Artists, 1966. "Made in Paris," Made in Paris, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1966. Casino Royale, including songs "Casino Royale" and "The Look of Love," Columbia, 1967. The April Fools, National General, 1969. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, including song "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. The Making of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Robert L. Crawford Productions, 1970.

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"Something Big," Something Big, National General, 1967. "Lost Horizon/' Lost Horizon, Columbia, 1973. Together? (also known as / Love You, I Love You Not), 1979. Arthur, including song "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)," Orion, 1981. Night Shift, Warner Bros., 1982. Best Defense, Paramount, 1984. "They Don't Make Them Like They Used To," Tough Guys, Buena Vista, 1986. Baby Boom, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987. Arthur 2: On the Rocks, Warner Bros., 1988. Songs, Without You, I'm Nothing, M.C.E.G., 1990. Songs, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Warner Bros., 1990. Songs, Coodfellas, Warner Bros., 1990. Songs, The /Adventures of Ford Fairlane (also known as Ford Fairlane), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. Love Hurts, Vestron Video, 1992. "God Give Me Strength," Grace of My Heart, Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Songs, My Best Friend's Wedding, Columbia/TriStar, 1997. "The Look of Love," Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery, New Line Cinema, 1997. Composer for Television; Specials: "On the Flip Side," Stage 67, ABC, 1967. Singer Presents Burt Bacharach, 1971. Burt Bacharach: This is Now, PBS, 1997. Bacharach: One Amazing Night, TNT, 1998. Composer for Television; Episodic: "Rome Will Never Leave You" (song), Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1964. Composer for Stage: Promises, Promises, Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1969. Back to Bacharach and David, Club 53, New York City, 1993. Composer, Except Where Indicated; Singles: "Another Time, Another Place," 1956. "I Cry More," Coral, 1956. "Warm and Tender," Columbia, 1957. "The Story of My Life," Columbia, 1957. "Sad Sack," Decca, 1957. "The Bell That Wouldn't Jingle," Kapp, 1957, Epic, 1964,A&M, 1980. "Magic Moments," RCA, 1958, also recorded in 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Sittin' in the Tree House," Columbia, 1958. "The Blob," Columbia, 1958. "Christmas Day," Columbia, 1958. "With Open Arms," 1959. "Heavenly," Columbia, 1959. "Faithfully," Columbia, 1959. "And This Is Mine," Warner Bros., 1961. And arranger of horns and strings, "Please Stay," Atlantic, 1961. "Love in a Goldfish Bowl," Capitol, 1961. "Loneliness or Happiness," Atlantic, 1961. "I Wake Up Cryin'," Wand, 1961. "One Part Dog, Nine Parts Cat," Jamie, 1961. "Tower of Strength," Liberty, 1961, and Musicor, 1962. "Baby It's You," Scepter, 1961, Parlophone UK, 1963, Dunhill, 1969, also recorded in 1984. "Another Tear Falls," Liberty, 1962, Smash, 1966. And arranger of horns and strings, "Mexican Divorce," Atlantic, 1962. "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance," Musicor, 1962. "Any Day Now," Wand, 1962, also recorded in 1966, RCA, 1969, 1982, and 1984. "Make It Easy on Yourself," Veejay, 1962, Smash, 1965. "The Love of a Boy," Liberty, 1962. "Don't You Believe It," Columbia, 1962. "Only Love Can Break a Heart," Musicor, 1962, also recorded in 1967 and 1977. "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself," Scepter, 1962, also recorded in 1966 and 1970, Stiff, 1978. "It's Love That Really Counts (in the Long Run)," Scepter, 1962. "Keep away from Other Girls," Columbia, 1962. "Don't Make Me Over"/"! Smiled Yesterday," Scepter, 1962. "Anonymous Phone Call," Liberty, 1962. "Don't Make Me Over," Columbia, 1962, also recorded in 1970, Next Plateau, 1989. "Call off the Wedding (without a Groom There Can't Be a Bride)"/"Keep away from Other Girls," Kapp, 1963. "This Empty Place"/"Wishin' and Hopin'," Scepter, 1963. "Let the Music Play," Atlantic, 1963. "Move It on the Backbeat'V'A Felicidade," Big Top, 1963. "Blue on Blue," Epic, 1963. "Be True to Yourself," Liberty, 1963. "True Love Never Runs Smooth," Wand, 1963. "The Breaking Point, Wand, 1963. "Saturday Sunshine'V'And So Goodbye My Love," Kapp, 1963.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Make the Music PI ay T PI ease Make Him Love Me/' Scepter, 1963. "If I Never Get to Love You/' Big Top, 1963. "Big Top'Y"(They Long to Be) Close to You/' MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1963. "Wives and Lovers," 1963. "Reach out for Me"/"Magic Potion," Big Top, 1963. "Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa," Musicor, 1963. "Look in My Eyes, Maria," United Artists, 1963, Columbia, 1965. "Anyone Who Had a HeartVLove of a Boy," Scepter, 1964. "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?," Congress, 1963. "To Wait for Love," United Artists, 1964, A&M, 1968. "Walk on byVAny Old Time of Day," Scepter, 1964. "From Rocking Horse to Rocking Chair," RCA, 1964. "Wishin' and Hopin'," Philips, 1964. "I Cry Alone," Wand, 1964, Kapp, 1964. "A House Is Not a Home," Mercury, 1964. "Anyone Who Had a Heart," Capitol, 1964. "You'll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart)"/"A House Is Not a Home," Scepter, 1964. "Me, Japanese Boy I Love You" (also known as "Me, Japanese Boy"), United Artists, 1964, Matador, 1994. "Message to Martha," Veejay and Amy, 1964. "To Wait for Love"/"Accept It," Epic, 1964. "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me"/ "Magic Potion (Instrumental)," Big Hill, 1964. "Long After Tonight Is Over," Imperial, 1964. "Here Comes the Forgotten Man," Musicor and Liberty, 1964. "Kentucky Bluebird (Send a Message to Martha)"/"The Last One to Be Loved," Big Hill, 1964. "Reach out for Me"/"How Many Days of Sadness," Scepter, 1964. "Forever Yours I Remain," Epic, 1964. "Rome Will Never Leave You," Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1964. "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me," Reprise, 1964, also recorded in 1970, EMI America, 1983. "Love Was Here before the Stars," Kapp, 1964, Parrot, 1969. "Send Me No Flowers," Columbia, 1964. "Live Again," Imperial, 1965. "Fool Killer," Musicor, 1965. "Don't Say I Didn't Tell You So," Scepter, 1965. "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"/"Trains and Boats and Planes," Kapp, 1965, Scepter, 1966. "What the World Needs Now Is Love," Imperial, 1965. "Trains and Boats and Planes," Imperial, 1965. "What's New, Pussycat?," Parrot, 1965.

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"Here I Am," Scepter, 1965. "My Little Red Book," Kapp, 1965, Elektra, 1966. "What's New, Pussycat?"/"My Little Red Book," Kapp, 1965. "A Lifetime of Loneliness," Imperial, 1965. "Looking with My Eyes"/"Only the Strong, Only the Brave," Imperial, 1965. "Are You There (with Another Girl)"/"lf I Ever Make You Cry," Scepter, 1965. "Made in Paris," Reprise, 1966. "Promise Her Anything," Parrot, 1966. "Message to Michael"/"Here Where There Is Love," Scepter, 1966. "Come and Get Me," Imperial, 1966. "Alfie," Imperial, 1966. "Windows and Doors"/"So Long Johnny," Imperial, 1966. "After the Fox," United Artists, 1966. "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself"/"ln between the Heartaches," Scepter, 1967. "Nikki"/"Juanita's Place," Liberty, 1966. "Another Night'7"Go with Love," Scepter, 1966. "Alfie"/"The Beginning of Loneliness," Scepter, 1967. "Alfie"/"Bond Street," A&M, 1967. "Casino Royale," A&M, 1967. "The Windows of the World"/"Walk Little Dolly," Scepter, 1967. "The Look of Love," Philips, 1967, A&M, 1968, also recorded in 1971. "I Say a Little Prayer," Scepter, 1967, Atlantic, 1968, also recorded in 1977, Rhythm King/Mute, 1988. "Reach out for Me"/"The Look of Love," A&M, 1967. "Do You Know the Way to San Jose"/"Let Me Be Lonely," Scepter, 1968. "This Guy's in Love with You," A&M, 1968. "Message to Michael"/"Are You There (with Another Girl)," A&M, 1968. "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me"/ "Who Is Gonna Love Me?," Scepter, 1968. "Promises, Promises"/"Whoever You Are, I Love You," Scepter, 1968. "The Bell That Wouldn't Jingle"/"What the World Needs Now Is Love," A&M, 1968. "This Girl's in Love with You"/"Dream Sweet Dreamer," Scepter, 1969. "The April Fools," Scepter, 1969. "I'll Never Fall in Love Again'YTacific Coast Highway," A&M, 1969. "Odds and Ends"/"As Long as There's an Apple Tree," Scepter, 1969. "I'm a Better Man," Parrot, 1969. "In the Land of Make Believe," Atlantic, 1969. "Walk on by," 1969 and 1975, Epic, 1978, Polydor, 1989, Next Plateau, 1990.

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"Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," Scepter, 1969, also recorded in 1995. "Come Touch the Sun'V'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," A&M, 1969. "Ill Never Fall in Love Again'Y"What the World Needs Now is Love/' Scepter, 1969. "I'll Never Fall in Love Again," Scepter, 1970. "Let Me Go to Him"/"Loneliness Remembers (What Happiness Forgets), Scepter, 1970. "Everybody's out of Town," Scepter, 1970. "(They Long to Be) Close to You," A&M, 1970, Columbia, 1971, also recorded in 1972,1976, and 1993, A&M, 1994. "Send My Picture to Scranton, PA," Scepter, 1970. "Paper Mache"/"The Wine Is Young," Scepter, 1970. "Any Day Now"/"A House Is Not a Home," A&M, 1970. "One Less Bell to Answer," Bell, 1970. "Make It Easy on Yourself"/"Knowing When to Leave," Scepter, 1970. "The Green Grass Starts to Grow"/"They Don't Give Medals (to Yesterday's Heroes)," Scepter, 1970. "All Kinds of People"/"She's Gone Away," A&M, 1971. "Don't Say I Didn't Tell You So," Warner Bros., 1971. "Freefall"/"One Less Bell to Answer," A&M, 1971. "Long Ago Tomorrow," Scepter, 1971. "Something Big," Columbia, 1971. "I Just Have to Breathe," Warner Bros., 1972. "Living Together, Growing Together," Bell, 1973. "Lost Horizon," A&M, 1973. "The Windows of the World," 1973. "You'll Never Get to Heaven (If You Break My Heart)," Avco, 1973. "All Kinds of People," Bell, 1973. "Something Big"/"Living Together, Growing Together," A&M, 1973. "Living Together, Growing Together"/"Reflections," A&M, 1974. "I Might Frighten Her Away," A&M, 1974. "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," Atlantic, 1974. "I Took My Strength from YouTTime and Tenderness," A&M, 1977. "Futures"/"No One Remembers My Name," A&M, 1977. "New York Lady"/"Riverboat," A&M, 1979. "I Don't Need You Anymore," RCA, 1980. "Stronger Than Before," Boardwalk, 1981. "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)," Warner Bros., 1981. "Just Friends," Boardwalk, 1981. "Making Love," Atlantic, 1982. "That's What Friends Are For," Warner Bros., 1982, Arista, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Heartlight," Columbia, 1982. "Maybe," Capitol, 1983. "Sleep with Me Tonight," Columbia, 1984. "Finder of Lost Loves," Arista, 1984." "On My Own," MCA, 1986, also recorded in 1995. "Love Always," Gordy, 1986. "They Don't Make Them Like They Used To," RCA, 1986. "Love Power," Arista, 1987. "Overnight Success," MCA, 1987. "Love Is Fire (Love Is Ice)," MCA, 1987. "One More Time Around," Columbia, 1988. "Love Light," Columbia, 1988. "Need a Little Faith," MCA, 1989. "Take Good Care of You and Me," Arista, 1989. "Everchanging Times," Arista, 1991. "A Higher Place," 1991. "Are You There with Another Girl," RCA, 1991. "Someone Else's Eyes," Arista, 1991. "Hang Your Teardrops up to Dry," Amherst, 1991. "Sing for the Children," Warner Bros., 1993. "This Is the Night," Warner Bros., 1993. "Two Hearts," Reprise, 1993. "Don't Say Goodbye," Warner Bros., 1993. "Once before You Go," Solar/Epic, 1993. "This Doesn't Feel Like Love," Solar/Epic, 1993. "Anyone Who Had a Heart"/"! Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself," Elektra, 1993. "If I Want to," Word Incorporated/Epic, 1994. "This Girl's in Love with You," Teen Beat, 1994. "Knowing When to Leave"/"Promises, Promises," Varese Sarabande, 1995. "Please Stay," Warner Bros., 1995. "God Give Me Strength," 1996. Also composed "Tick Tock Goes the Clock," "What am I Doing Here," and "Turkey Lurkey Time." Composer, Except Where Indicated; Albums: And orchestra director, What Now My Love, Phonodisc, Ltd., 1962. Presenting Dionne Warwick, Scepter, 1963. Arranger and conductor, Blue on Blue, Epic, 1963. /Anyone Who Had a Heart, Scepter, 1964. Make Way for Dionne Warwick, Scepter, 1964. The Sensitive Sound of Dionne Warwick, Scepter, 1965. What's New, Pussycat? (soundtrack), United Artists, 1965. Hit Maker, The Man! Burt Bacharach and His Songs (also known as Burt Bacharach Plays His Hits!), Kapp, 1965. Here I Am, Scepter, 1965. Dionne Warwick in Paris, Scepter, 1966. After the Fox (soundtrack), United Artists, 1966. Here Where There Is Love, Scepter, 1966.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Are You Ready for This?, Imperial, 1966. On Stage and in the Movies, Scepter, 1967. Casino Royale (soundtrack), Colgems, 1967. "The Windows of the World," The Windows of the World, Scepter, 1967. On the F//p Side, Decca, 1967. D/onne Warwick's Golden Hits, Part One, Scepter, 1967. Reach Out, A&M, 1967. The Valley of the Dolls, Scepter, 1968. Promises, Promises, Scepter, 1968, soundtrack released by United Artists, 1969. D/onne Warwick's Greatest Motion Picture Hits, Scepter, 1969. Make It Easy on Yourself, A&M, 1969. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (soundtrack), A&M, 1969. D/onne Warwick's Golden Hits, Part Two, Scepter, 1969. Film Festival, Colgems, 1969. Very D/onne, Scepter, 1970. Burt Bacharach, A&M, 1971. The D/onne Warwick Story, Scepter, 1971. D/onne, Warner Bros., 1972. Ellis Larkins Plays the Bacharach and McKuen Songbook, Stanyan Records, 1972. And producer, Lost Horizon (soundtrack), Bell, 1973. Living Together, A&M, 1973. Burt Bacharach 's Greatest Hits, A&M, 1974. Live in Japan, A&M, 1974. Futures, A&M, 1977. And conductor, The Best of Bacharach, I.J.E., 1977. Woman, A&M, 1979. Together? (soundtrack), RCA, 1979. /Arthur (soundtrack), 1981. Night Shift (soundtrack), Warner Bros., 1982. That's What Friends Are For, 1986. Reservations for Two, Arista, 1987. /Arthur 2: On the Rocks (soundtrack), A&M, 1988. Friends Can Be Lovers, Arista, 1989. The D/onne Warwick Collection, Her All-Time Greatest H/ts, Rhino, 1993. I'll Never Fall in Love Again, Spectrum Music, 1993. Aquanetta de Bras/7, Arista, 1994. My Best Friend's Wedding (soundtrack), Work, 1997. Great Jewish Music: Burt Bacharach, 1997. Also composed Burt Bacharach and Friends; Superpak— The Best of Burt Bacharach, Rhino; and The April Fools (soundtrack). Songbooks: (With Hal David) What the World Needs Now Is Love: The Burt Bacharach-Hal David Songbook, Polydor (New York City), 1972.

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Poetry: (With Hal David) What the World Needs Now Is Love: Poetic Selections from the Songs of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, edited by Susan Polis Schutz, Blue Mountain Press (Boulder, CO), 1979. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Boston Phoenix, August, 1997. Entertainment Weekly, April 16, 1993, p. 31; May 23, 1997, p. 65; August 8, 1997, pp. 42-45; December 26, 1997, p. 65. Interview, February, 1996, pp. 84-87. People Weekly, November 13, 1995, p. 31. Time, September 9, 1996, p. 75; July 21, 1997, p. 72. Other:

Burt Bacharach biography, http://studentweb .tulane.edu/ — mark/bach arach/bach arach _bio.html (web page), March 4, 1998. Burt Bacharach Discography, part one, http:// studentweb.tulane.edu/-mark/bacharach/ bacharach_discog2.html (web page), March 4, 1998. Burt Bacharach Discography, Part Two, http:// studentweb.tulane.edu/-mark/bacharach/ bacharach_discog3.html (web page), March 4, 1998.*

BAER, Hanania PERSONAL Born in Israel. Education: Educated in London. Addresses:/Agent—The Irv Schecter Company, 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. E-mail—[email protected] Career: Cinematographer. Work includes music videos. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, best cinematography, 1982, for the special "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now/' Emmy Award, best cinematography, 1984, for the special "Andrea—A Hitchhiker's Tragedy;" Annual Cable Excellence (ACE) Award nomination, best cinematography, 1988, for/A Friendship in Vienna; Emmy Award, best cinematography, 1991,

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for the special "But He Loves Me;" Santa Barbara Film Festival Award, best documentary, 1994, for Chuppa: The Wedding Canopy; Cannes International Film Festival Award, best short film, 1995, for The Beast; three Israeli awards, best cinematographer; Emmy Award nomination, best cinematography, for the special "Night Swimmers/' CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer, Except Where Indicated: Frye, 1978. Dracula Sucks (also known as Lust at First Bite), Unicorn Video, 1979. Camera operator, Alligator, Live Home Video, 1980. Echoes, Continental, 1980. Choices, Hollywood Home Entertainment, 1981. The Being (also known as Easter Sunday, Freak, and The Pottsville Horror), 1983. Revenge of the Ninja, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 1983. Breakin' (also known as Breakdance), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1984. Breakin' 2 Electric Boogaloo (also known as Breakdance 2: Electric Boogaloo), TriStar/Cannon, 1984. (With Jurg Waither) Night Patrol, New World, 1984. Ninja III—The Domination, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists/Cannon, 1984. 2nd unit cinematographer, Maria's Lovers, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 1984. Always (also known as Always (But Not Forever)), Samuel Goldwyn, 1985. American Ninja (also known as American Warrior), Cannon, 1985. Roman Behemshechim (also known as Again Forever), Berkey/Pathe/Humphries, 1985. Bad Guys, InterPictures, 1986. Assassination, Cannon, 1987. Masters of the Universe, Cannon, 1987. Someone to Love, Castle Hill, 1987. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, New World, 1988. Seven Hours to Judgment, Trans World Entertainment, 1988. (With Joey Forsyte and Nesya Blue) New Year's Day, International Rainbow, 1989. Diving In, Paramount Home Video, 1990. Eating, International Rainbow Pictures, 1990. Ernest Scared Stupid, Buena Vista, 1991. Rescue Me, Cannon/Apollo Pictures, 1991. Ven/ce/Ven/ce, International Rainbow Pictures, 1992. Moonlight Blonde, Entertainment Professionals, 1992.

Body Language, Paramount Home Video, 1992. (And co-producer) Chuppa: The Wedding Canopy (documentary), 1993. Babyfever, Rainbow Film Co., 1994. Dark Tide, Tri mark/Tapestry Films, 1994. Inner Sanctum 2, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1994. Last Summer in the Hamptons, Rainbow Releasing, 1995. Storybook, Locomotion Pictures/PM Entertainment Group/Republic Pictures, 1995. A Nice Italian Girl, Big Rock Pictures, 1995. The Beast (short film), 1995. Shootfighter 2: Kill or Be Killed!, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1996. The Prince, 1996. Follow Your Heart (also known as Not Your Ordinary Girl), Locomotion Pictures, 1997. De/'a Vu, Rainbow Releasing, 1998. Bug Buster (also known asBlatella), DMG Entertainment, 1998. Cinematographer for the documentary The Ivye Project and for The Misery Brothers, Locomotion Films. Television Cinematographer; Movies: A Killer in the Family, ABC, 1983. The Cartier Affair, NBC, 1984. Obsessed with a Married Woman, ABC, 1985. Brotherhood of Justice, ABC, 1986. Prince of Bel-Air, ABC, 1986. Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story, CBS, 1986. Poker Alice, CBS, 1987. Strange Voices (also known as 72 Hours), NBC, 1987. The King of Love, ABC, 1987. A Friendship in Vienna (also known as The Devil in Vienna), The Disney Channel, 1988. Leona Helmsley.The Queen of Mean, CBS, 1990. Murder in Paradise, NBC, 1990. The Kid Who Loved Christmas (also known as The Boy Who Loved Christmas), syndicated, 1990. Battling for Baby, CBS, 1992. Body Language, USA Network, 1992. Deep Family Secrets (also known as Dark Family Secrets: The Dawna Kay Wells Story), CBS, 1997. Television Cinematographer; Specials: "Daddy, I'm Their Mama Now/' ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1981. The Wave, ABC, 1981. Between Two Loves, ABC, 1982. "Andrea—A Hitchhiker's Tragedy" (also known as "Andrea's Story-A Hitchhiker's Tragedy"), ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1983.

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BAIN, Barbara 1931PERSONAL Born September 13, 1931, in Chicago, IL; married Martin Landau (an actor), 1957 (divorced, 1993); children: Susan (a writer, producer, and director), Juliet (an actress). Education: University of Illinois, B.A. (sociology); studied acting at the Actors Studio and the Neighborhood Playhouse. Addresses: Agent—The Artists Agency, 10000 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 305, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress. Volunteer reader, Santa Monica, CA, c. 1992; Book PALS (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools), founder, c. 1996. Also worked as a fashion model in New York City. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards, outstanding leading actress in a drama series, 1967, 1968, and 1969, all for Mission: Impossible; DramaLogue Award, LA. Weekly Award, and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award nomination, all 1985, for Wings. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Karen Wells, Richard Diamond, Private Detective (also known as Call Mr. D), CBS, 1959. Cinnamon Carter, Mission: Impossible, CBS, 196669. Dr. Helena Russell, Space: 1999, syndicated, 197577.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Lisa Manning, Murder Once Removed (also known as The Obsessive Doctor), CBS, 1971. Susan Lakely, Goodnight, My Love, ABC, 1972. Gail Abbot, Savage (also known as Watch Dog), NBC, 1973. Ellen Hailey, A Summer without Boys, ABC, 1973. Dr. Helena Russell, journey through the Black Sun, syndicated, 1976. Dr. Helena Russell, Destination Moonbase Alpha (also known as Space: 2/00), syndicated, 1976. Dr. Helena Russell, Cosmic Princess, syndicated, 1976. Dr. Helena Russell, Alien Attack, syndicated, 1976. Dr. Olga Schmetner, Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's Island, NBC, 1981. The Obsessive Doctor, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Captain's Gun/' Harbourmaster, CBS, 1958. "Small Bouquet/' Alcoa Theater, CBS, 1959. Prudence, "The Money Game/' Mr. Lucky, 1959. Madelyn Terry, "The Case of the Wary Wildcatter/' Perry Mason, CBS, 1960. "Prisoner in Paradise,"/4dventures in Paradise, ABC, 1960. "Christmas is a Legal Holiday," The Law and Mr. Jones, ABC, 1960. "Nightmare in the Sun," Adventures in Paradise, ABC, 1961. "The Craziest Race in Town," Straightaway, ABC, 1962. Dorothy, "Will You Two Be My Wife?," Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1963. "Two Million Too Much,"Hawa/7an Eye, ABC, 1963. "I Was a Spy for the F.O.B.," Dobie Gillis (also known as The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis), CBS, 1963. "A Touching of Hands," Lieutenant, NBC, 1963. "By His Own Verdict," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1963. "The Fenton Canaby Story," Wagon Train, ABC, 1963. "How Does Your Garden Grow?," Mr. Novak, NBC, 1964. "The Night the Monkey Died," The Greatest Show on Earth, ABC, 1964. Elayna Scott, "The Case of the Nautical Knot," Perry Mason, CBS, 1964. Valentine's Day, ABC, 1964. "I'm Through Being a Nice Guy," My Mother the Car, NBC, 1965. "KAOS in Control," Get Smart, NBC, 1965. "Desperate Minutes," My Mother the Car, NBC, 1966. The Smothers Brothers Show, NBC, 1975.

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"A Death in the Family/' Mike Hammer, CBS, 1984. "My Fair David/' Moonlighting, ABC, 1985. Christina Golitsyn, "The Khrushchev List/'Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1987. Nora Morgan, "Coal Miner's Slaughter," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Ellen Lombard, "Unauthorized Obituary," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. Storytime, PBS, 1994. The elderly Constance MacArthur, "Reunion," The Visitor, Fox, 1997. Cinnamon Carter, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997. Also appeared on Ben Casey, ABC; The Kraft Music Hall, NBC; and My So-Called Life, ABC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Young in Heart, CBS, 1965. Julia Barrington, "Barrington," CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1987. Film Appearances: Cinnamon Carter, Mission Impossible versus the Mob (also known as Mission Impossible vs. the Mob), Paramount, 1968. Mary Casal, Trust Me, Cinecom, 1989. Martha, Skinheads (also known as Skinheads—The Second Coming of Hate and Teste Rasate), Greydon Clark, 1990. Hipster, The Spirit of '76, SVS/Triumph Home Video, 1991. Animals, Magnolia Mae, 1997. Stage Appearances: Long Day's journey into Night, Seattle, WA, 1984. Wings, Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1985. Winnie, Happy Days, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, CA, 1986-87. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Good Housekeeping, July, 1996, p. 18.*

Addresses: /Agent—Gold/Marshak/Liedtke Talent and Literary Agency, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA91505. Career: Actor. Began career at age nine doing commercials and voiceovers. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Anthony DeLuca, Joey's brother, Blansky's Beauties, ABC, 1976-77. Charles "Chachi" Arcola, Happy Days, ABC, 197784. Frankie, Angie's brother, Who's Watching the Kids? (also known as Legs), NBC, 1978-79. Host, We're Mown', syndicated, 1981-82. Charles "Chachi" Arcola and performer of theme song, Joanie Loves Chachi, ABC, 1982-83. Charles, Charles in Charge, CBS, 1983-84, syndicated, 1986-92. James Halbrook, Baby Talk, ABC, 1991-92. Jack Stewart, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1993-95. Host, Before They Were Stars, ABC, 1996. Rob Di Paulo, Rewind, Fox, 1997. Also hosted Hollywood Teen, syndicated; appeared in Shorts. Television Appearances; Movies: Roger Ellis, Sen/or Trip, CBS, 1981. Brad, The Truth about Alex, HBO, 1987. Assistant District Attorney Peter Whelan, Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Fashion (also known as The Case of the Deadly Deadline and The Case of the Fatal Fashion), NBC, 1991. Charlie Winwood, Danielle Steel's Mixed Blessings (also known as Mixed Blessings), NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Frankie, Angie's brother, Legs (pilot for television series Who's Watching the Kids?), ABC, 1978. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Pat the pig, Alice in Wonderland, CBS, 1985.

BAIO, Scott 1961(?)(Scott Vincent Baio) PERSONAL Full name, Scott Vincent Baio; born September 22, 1961 (some sources say 1959), in Brooklyn, NY; cousin of Jimmy Baio (an actor).

Television Appearances; Specials: Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes, CBS, 1979. Buff Sanders, "The Boy Who Drank Too Much," Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1980. ABC team member, Battle of the Network Stars VI, 1980. ABC team member, Battle of the Network Stars VIII, 1980.

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syndicated; Kids Are People Too, ABC/syndicated; and The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated. Television Director; Series; As Scott Vincent Baio: (With others) The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1996-97. (With others) Kirk (also known as Life Happens), The WB, 1996. The Jamie Foxx Show (also known as Good to Go), TheWB, 1996-97. (With others) Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher (also known as The Teacher and What Rules?), The WB, 1996-97. Film Appearances: Title role, Bugsy Malone, Paramount, 1976. Richie,S/catetown, U.S.A., Columbia, 1979. Brad, Foxes, United Artists, 1980. Barney Springboro, Zapped (also known as The Wiz Kid), Avco-Embassy, 1982. Mario Cotone, / Love N.V., Manhattan Films, 1987. Detonator, 1997. RECORDINGS Videos: Host of a series of sex-education tapes for children eight through seventeen years old entitled The Facts, Feelings, and Wonders of Life, Multiscope Video.*

BAIO, Scott Vincent See BAIO, Scott

BAKER, Mark See LINN-BAKER, Mark

BAKER, Norma Jean See MONROE, Marilyn

BALE, Christian 1974PERSONAL Full name, Christian Morgan Bale; born January 30, 1974, in Pembrokeshire, Wales; raised in England, Portugal, and California; son of David Bale (a commercial pilot and talent manager); mother, a dancer

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and circus clown. Education: Attended secondary school in Bournemouth, England. A vocational interests: Horseback riding, reading, surfing, swimming, dirt biking, snowboarding, painting.

Tim Perkins, "A Murder of Quality/' Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1991. Himself, American Film Institute Tribute to Steven Spielberg, Arts and Entertainment, 1995.

Addresses: Home—California. /Agent— Hilda Quelly, William Morris Agency, 151 South El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2775.

Television Appearances; Movies: Jim Hawkins, Treasure Island, TNT, 1990.

Career: Actor. Appeared in Pac-Man cereal commercial at age nine. Supporter of environmental causes.

Stage Appearances: Thor, The Nerd, West End production, 1982. SIDELIGHTS

Awards, Honors: Special citation, best performance by a juvenile actor, England's National Board of Review, 1987, for Empire of the Sun; Discover Magazine Award for the Environment, 1997; named one of Movieline magazine's Top Ten Most Talented Actors in Young Hollywood. CREDITS Film Appearances: Jim Graham, Empire of the Sun, Warner Bros., 1987. Yum-Yum, Mio min Mio (also known as The Land of Faraway and Mio in the Land of Faraway), Norway Film Development, 1987. Falstaff's boy, Henry V, Goldwyn, 1989. Jack Kelly/Frances Sullivan, Newsies (also known as Newsboys), Buena Vista, 1992. Thomas, Swing Kids, Buena Vista, 1993. Theodore "Laurie" Laurence, Little Women, Columbia, 1994. Prince Amled, The Prince of Jutland (also known as Royal Deceit and Amled, Prinsen af ]ylland)f Miramax, 1994. Voice of Thomas, Pocahontas (animated), Buena Vista, 1995. Edward Rosier, The Portrait of a Lady, Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Stevie, The Secret Agent (also known as Joseph Conrad's "The Secret Agent"), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Chris Lloyd, Metro/and, Pandora Cinema, 1997. Arthur, Velvet Coldmine, Miramax, 1998. Bobby Platt, All the Little Animals, [England], 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Alexis, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (also known as Anastasia: The Story of Anna), NBC, 1986. Ben Harris, Heart of the Country, BBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Specials: China Odyssey: Empire of the Sun (documentary), CBS, 1987.

Christian Bale has a substantial following of fans on the Internet who call themselves Baleheads. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Detour, July, 1996; December, 1996. Entertainment Weekly, October 11,1996, p. 48. Movieline, March, 1996; March, 1997. 5assy, November, 1996. Seventeen, May, 1992, p. 64. Spin, March, 1996. Teen, June, 1992, p. 56. YM, November, 1996; April, 1997. Other: www.interlog.com/—cbale www.christianbale.org/ cblife.htm alt.movies.Christian bale*

BALLARD, Kaye 1926PERSONAL Born Catherine Gloria Balotta, November 20, 1926, in Cleveland, OH; daughter of Vincent James and Lena (Nacarato) Balotta. Addresses: Office—P.O. Box 922, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270-0922. Career: Actress, singer, comedienne, and writer. On the cover of Life magazine, May 24, 1954. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Guild of Variety Artists, Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs (member of board).

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Awards, Honors: The Italian American award, 1963; Dallas State Fair Award, best actress, for Gypsy.

Say It with Music: The Irving Berlin Revue, Rainbow & Stars, New York City, 1992.

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Also appeared at the Burt Reynolds Theatre in Florida; RKO vaudeville circuit with Spike Jones, Vaughn Monroe, Stan Kenton, 1943-45; major tours and other appearances include He//o Do//y, Look Ma, I'm Dancing, Beloved Enemies, Out of This World, Chicago, Working 42nd Street at Last, Top Banana, Funny Girl, Minnie's Boys, Gypsy, Three to Make Ready, Odd Couple, Royal Flush (on-Broadway), and Crazy Words Crazy Times: The Cole Porter-Irving Berlin Revue.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Stage Door Canteen, USO production, Cleveland, OH, 1941. (New York debut) Three to Make Ready (revue), Adelphi Theatre, 1946. Once in a Lifetime, Duxbury, MA, 1946. Wonderful Town, Tenthouse Theatre, Highland Park, IL, 1946. Annie Get Your Can, Asbury Park, NJ, 1946. Look Ma, I'm Dancing, State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX, 1946. That's the Ticket, Shubert Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1948. (London debut) Touch and Co (revue), Prince of Wales Theatre, 1950. Top Banana, WinterGarden Theatre, New York City, 1951. Helen of Troy, The Golden Apple, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1954. Countess, Reuben, Reuben, Shubert Theatre, Boston, MA, 1955. Incomparable Rosalie, Carnival, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1961. Rose, Gypsy, State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX, 1962. Ruth, Wonderful Town, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1963. The Beast in Me, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1963. The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter Revisited, Square East Theatre, New York City, 1966. The Ziegfeld Follies, Alexandria Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1967. Molly Goldberg, Molly, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1973. Lola Delaney, Sheba, First Chicago Center, Chicago, IL, 1974. I'll Stake My Life, Crystal Palace, Dallas, TX, 1975. Ruth, Pirates of Penzance, Uris Theatre, New York City, 1981. Hey Ma . . . It's Me, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1984. She Stoops to Conquer, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1985. Madame Arcarti, High Spirits, Berkshire Theatre Festival, MA, 1985. Sister Mary Regina, Nunsense, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Coconut Grove, FL, 1986. Hurray! Hurray! Hollywood, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City, then John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1991.

Stage Appearances; Cabaret: Mister Kelly's, Chicago, 1972. St. Regis Hotel, New York City, 1973. Hyatt Regency, Chicago, 1975. Persian Room, Plaza Hotel, New York City, 1975-76. Michael's Pub, New York City, 1985. Also appeared at The Bowery, Detroit, Ml. Film Appearances: Marge, The Girl Most Likely, Universal, 1958. Sidonia, A House Is Not a Home, Embassy, 1964. Mayor's wife, Which Way to the Front?, Warner Bros., 1970. Vivian Proclo, The Ritz, Warner Bros., 1976. Coach Betsy, Freaky Friday, Buena Vista, 1977. Mrs. Lewis, Falling in Love Again, International Pictures of Atlanta, 1980. Mrs. Dandy, Pandemonium (also known as Thursday the 12th), United Artists, 1982. The Perils of P.K., Joseph Green, 1986. AuntThelma, Tiger Warsaw, Sony, 1988. Selma/Sabrina, Eternity, Academy Entertainment, 1989. Receptionist, Modern Love, Triumph Releasing, 1990. Judy, Fate, Academy Entertainment, 1990. Sheriff, Ava's Musical Adventure, Prism, 1994. Also appeared in Baby Genius and The Missing Elephant. Television Appearances; Series: Regular, Henry Morgan's Great Talent Hunt, NBC, 1951. Kraft Music Hall player, The Perry Como Show, NBC, 1961-63. Kaye Buell, The Mothers-in-Law, NBC, 1967-69. Angie Palucci, The Doris Day Show, CBS, 1970-71. Cast, The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, NBC, 1980-81.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: (Television debut) The Mel Torme Show, CBS, 1951. "The Gentle Grafters/' Kraft Television Theater, NBC, 1956. 'The Perfect Teenager," The Patty Duke Show, ABC, 1964. Love, American Style, ABC, 1970. "Kidnapped," The Doris Day Show, CBS, 1970. "Love and the V.I.P. Restaurant," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "Lucy and Harry's Italian Bombshell," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1971. "Tony's Sister," The Montefuscos, NBC, 1975. "Officer Dooly," Police Story, NBC, 1976. Herself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1976. "The Hex," Alice, CBS, 1977. "Who Killed Lila Craig?," Switch, CBS, 1978. "Cabin Fever," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. "The Gift," The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1980. "That Old Gang of Mine," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Here's Boomer, NBC, 1981. "Cooperative Care," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1981. "Angela's Secret," Law and Harry McGraw, CBS, 1987. Mrs. Vecchio, "They Eat Horses, Don't They?," Due South, CBS, 1994. Also appeared on The jack Paar Show, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Hollywood Squares, The Merv Criffin Show, Dinah, What's My Line, and We/come to Las Vegas. Television Appearances; Movies: Esther Kessler, The Dream Merchants, OPT, 1980. "Alice in Wonderland," Great Performances, PBS, 1983.

(With others) Nymph Errant, 1993. Then & Again, 1995. Ladies Who Wrote the Lyrics, Painted Smiles, 1995. Also appeared (with Jaye P. Morgan) on Jaye & Kaye, Long Time Friends; The Golden Apple, Broadway cast album; Oklahoma!; and Ha-Ha, Boo Hoo. WRITINGS Plays: Hey, Ma . . . Kaye Ballard, produced at the Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1984. SIDELIGHTS Kaye Ballard informedCTFTin an earlier edition that she began her apprenticeship ushering at a movie theater in Cleveland, seeing each movie over and over, absorbing the art of acting and sharpening her sense of mimicry. She now maintains an apartment on New York's upper East side and is dedicated to the love and care of animals. She is the proud possessor of three uncut, apricot French poodles named Pockets, Punky, and Shirley.*

BARBOUR, Eleanor See BARBOUR, Elly

BARBOUR, Elly 1945(Eleanor Barbour) PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Specials: Stepsister, Cinderella, CBS, 1957. Li'lAbnerin Dogpatch Today, NBC, 1978. That Funny Fat Kid, syndicated, 1985. The Italian Americans (documentary), PBS, 1997.

Full name, Eleanor Barbour; born January 23, 1945, in New York, NY; daughter of William and Jane (Muhlfeld) Barbour. Education: Hofstra University, New York, B.A.; studied with Ed Dixon, Stella Adler, and Ron Forella in New York City.

Also appeared in He//o Kaye Ballard.

Addresses: Home—Brooklyn, NY.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Irene, NBC, 1981. "Five Corners," AFI Comedy Special, NBC, 1987.

Career: Actress; flute and guitar teacher, 1965-68; cabaret singer at hotels in New York City and Catskill, NY. Member: Actors' Equity Association.

RECORDINGS CREDITS

Hey, Ma!, DRG, 1975. (With others) From This Moment On: The Songs of Cole Porter, Smithsonian Collection of Recordings, Smithsonian, 1993.

Stage Appearances: Gloria, Everybody Loves Opal, Colorado Music Hall Dinner Theatre, Denver, CO, 1974.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Singer, Pat Carroll at Town Hall, New York City, 1974. Young Phyllis, Follies, Equity Library Theatre, New York City, 1976. Member of the ensemble, Under Milkwood, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, NH, 1977. The Lady, Man with a Load of Mischief, Theatre by the Sea, 1977. Master of ceremonies, The Incredible World of Magic, Village Gate Theatre, New York City, 1978. Member of the ensemble, Manhattan Breakdown, Equity Library Theatre, 1978. Freddie, The Club, Player's State Theatre, FL, 1980. Bella, Moony Shapiro "Songbook," Olney Theatre, Baltimore, MD, 1982. Denise Wilson, Oliver Quade, American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1984. (As Eleanor Barbour) Something's Afoot, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell, MA, 1986. Brittany Edwards, Stages, Panache Encore Theatre, New York City, 1988. Stage Work; Orchestra Member: The Boyfriend, Parkway Casino, NY, 1974-75. The Drunkard, Parkway Casino, 1974-75.

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til 1949; news editor and staff announcer at WWPG. Animal rights activist. Military service: U.S. Navy, fighter pilot, 1943-45. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards, outstanding hostgame show, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1990, and 1991, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding hostgame show, 1979, 1985, and 1986, all for The Price Is Right; Emmy Award nomination (with others), 1985, for the CBS Tournament of Roses Parade; MTV Movie Award (with Adam Sandier), best fight, 1996, for Happy Cilmore; winner of five other Emmy Awards; Carbon Mike Award, Pioneer Broadcaster; named most generous host in television history and twice named most durable performer, The Guinness Book of World Records; named one of ten best dressed men in the United States, Custom Tailors Guild of America. Member: American Guild of Variety Artists, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Actors and Others for Animals (member of board of directors), Society Against Vivisection, Fund for Animals (national chair). CREDITS

Major Tours: Helen McFudd, Irene, 1975-76. Bobby, The Club, 1980.*

BARKER, Bob 1923-

Television Host; Series: The End of the Rainbow, NBC, 1958. Truth or Consequences, NBC, 1956-65, syndicated, 1966-75. The Price Is Right (also known as The New Price Is Right), CBS, 1972-. That's My Line, 1980-81.

PERSONAL Full name Robert William Barker; born December 12,1923, in Darrington, WA; son of Byron John and Matilda Kent (Tarleton) Barker; married Dorothy Jo Gideon, January 12, 1945 (one source says 1943; deceased, 1981). Education: Drury College, B.A. (economics), 1947 (summa cum laude). Religion: Protestant. Avocational interests: Animal rights activism, karate, traveling, reading, sunbathing. Addresses: Office—9201 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 201, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; do The Price Is Right, Price Productions, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 206, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Agent—c/o William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Television host and actor. Bob Barker Productions, Inc., president, 1966—. Worked as news writer, announcer, and disc jockey for KTTS-FM un-

Television Appearances; Episodic: Carly'sdad, "Something about Thanksgiving,"Something So Right, NBC, 1996. Also appeared as a guest, The Gordon Elliot Show, syndicated. Television Appearances; Specials: Host, The Miss USA Pageant, CBS, annually, 1966-87. Host, The Miss Universe Pageant, CBS, annually, 1966-87. Host, The Indianapolis 500 Parade, 1967. Host, Pillsbury Bake-Off, CBS, 1969. Announcer, CBS Tournament of Roses Parade, CBS, 1969. Host, The Price Is Right 25th Anniversary, CBS, 1996. Also hosted the Pillsbury Bake-Off and the CBS Tournament of Roses Parade, both CBS, in other years.

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Television Work; Series: Producer, Lucky Pair, syndicated, 1969. Executive producer, The Price Is Right (also known as The New Price Is Right), CBS, 1972-. Television Work; Specials: Producer, Pillsbury Bake-Off, CBS, 1969. Also produced other Pillsbury Bake-Off competitions, CBS. Film Appearances: Himself, Happy Cilmore, Universal, 1996. Major Tours: Appeared in Bob Barker Fun and Carries Show, U.S. cities. Radio Appearances; Series: Appeared in The Bob Barker Show.*

BARON, Evalyn

1948PERSONAL

Born April 21,1948, in Atlanta, GA; daughter of Paul Hirsch (an art restorationist) and Sarah Lee (an educational administrator; maiden name, Meyer) Baron; married Paul S. Daniels (a theatrical manager), January 14, 1973. Education: Northwestern University, B.A., 1969; University of Minnesota, M.F.A., 1972; trained for the stage at the Warren Robertson Studio with Larry Moss. Addresses: Agent—do J. Michael Bloom & Associates, 233 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10003. Career: Actress and singer. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, outstanding actress in a featured role—musical, 1985, forQu/7ters.

Kate, Taming of the Shrew, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1972-73. Duenna, Cyrano cfe Bergerac, Hartford Stage Company, CT, 1972-73. Gay, You Can't Take It with You, Hartford Stage, CT, 1974. Sister Woman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Stage West, 1975. Scrambled Feet, Village Gate Theatre, New York City, 1979-80. Mrs. Clayton, Fearless Frank, on-Broadway, 1979-80. Hochspitz, Hijinks, West Side Arts, New York City, 1980-81. Evie, Jerry's Girls, New York City, 1981-82. Alice, / Can't Keep Running in Place, West Side Arts, 1981-82. Doris, Alms for the Middle Class, Pittsburgh Public, PA, 1983. Margaret, Quilters, New York City, 1984. Miss Watson and Harmonia Player, Big River, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1985. Anna Blumberg, Rags, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1986. Mme. Thenardier, Les Miserables, Broadway Theatre then Imperial Theatre, both New York City, 1987-94. Gertrude Clapper, A Fine & Private Place, Norma Terris Theatre, Goodspeed-at-Chester, East Haddam, CT, 1989. A Christmas Carol, McCarterTheatre, Princeton, NJ, 1994. Also appeared in Harvest of Strangers, New York City. Major Tours: Madame Pavlenko,/A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, U.S. cities, 1982-83. Trudy Heyman,5oc/a/Security, Palm Beach, FL, San Francisco, CA, on-Broadway, and more, 1987. Television Appearances; Series: (Television debut) Louise, Edge of Night, ABC, 1979. Captain Kangaroo, CBS, 1980-83. Miss Devon, Another World, NBC, 1983-84. Barry Denton's landlady, Another World, NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Eve, Oh, Madeline, ABC, 1983. Miss Shelton, "Denial/' Law and Order, NBC, 1997.*

BARRIE, Barbara 1931CREDITS PERSONAL Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Sally Cato, Mame, Theater of the Stars, Atlanta, GA, 1965.

Born Barbara Ann Berman, May 23, 1931, in Chicago, IL; daughter of Louis and Frances Rose

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 (Boruszak) Berman; married Jay Malcolm Harnick (a director and producer), July 23,1964; children: Jane Caroline, Aaron Louis. Education: University of Texas at Austin, B.F.A., 1953; trained for the stage at Herbert Berghof Studio with Uta Hagen and Walt Whitcover. Religion: Jewish. Addresses: Agent— Innovative Artists, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress and writer. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Cannes International Film Festival Award, best actress, 1964, for One Potato, Two Potato; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best supporting actress in a musical, 1970, for Company; Los Angeles Drama Critics Award nomination, 1971, for The Little Foxes; Obie Award and Drama Desk Award, both 1974, for The Killdeer; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1980, for Breaking Away; Emmy Award nominations, 1981, for Breaking Away, and 1992, for "Vengeance, "La wand Order. CREDITS Stage Appearances: The Wooden Dish, New York City, 1955. Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible, New York City, 1958. Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1958-59. Diana, All's Well That Ends Well, American Shakespeare Festival, 1958-59. Anne Page, The Merry Wives of Windsor, American Shakespeare Festival, 1958-59. Player Queen, Hamlet, American Shakespeare Festival, 1958-59. Dorcas, The Winter's Tale, American Shakespeare Festival, 1958-59. The Beaux Stratagem, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1959. Bianca, The Taming of the Shrew, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1960. Conversations in the Dark, Theatre Guild, out-of-town tryout, 1964. Helena, All's Well That Ends Well, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1966. Happily Never After, New York City, 1966.

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Horseman Pass By, New York City, 1 966. Viola, Twelfth Night, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1969. Sarah, Company, New York City, 1 970. Birdie, The Little Foxes, Westwood Playhouse, Los Angeles, CA, 1971. The Se///ng of the President, New York City, 1 972. The Prisoner of Second Avenue, New York City, 1972. The Killdeer, Public Theatre, New York City, 1 974. California Suite, Los Angeles, CA, then New York City, both 1976. Lotte, Big and Little, Phoenix Theatre, then Marymount Playhouse, New York City, 1979. Tasha Blumberg, Isn't It Romantic, Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 1 984. A Backer's Audition (workshop), Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1984. Mary, Fugue, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1985-86, also Syracuse Theatre, Syracuse, NY, and Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH. Love Letters, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1989. Irene/Ree, Daytrips, Judith Anderson Theatre, New York City, 1990. Renee Shredman, After-Play, Stage II, then Theatre Four, both Manhattan Theatre Club, 1995-96. Appeared in Torch Song Trilogy, Broadway production, New York City; also appeared in Mi Vida Loca, Manhattan Theatre Club. Major Tours: Annie Sullivan, The Miracle Worker, Theater Guild, European and Middle Eastern cities, 1 961 . Television Appearances; Series: Ginny Crandell, Love of Life, CBS, 1960. Norma Brodnik, Diana, NBC, 1973-74. Elizabeth Miller, Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975-76. Evelyn Stohler, Breaking Away, ABC, 1 980-81 . Ellen Hobbes, Tucker's Witch, CBS, 1982-83. Elizabeth Potter, Reggie, ABC, 1983. Margo Foster, Double Trouble, NBC, 1984-85. a, Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1996—. Television Appearances; Movies: Summer of My German Soldier, NBC, 1978. Tell Me My Name, 1978. To Race the Wind, CBS, 1 980. The Children Nobody Wanted, CBS, 1 981 .

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Martha Dawson, Not ]ust Another Affair (also known as Perfect Affair), CBS, 1982. Dottie Minor, Two of a Kind, CBS, 1983. An American Romance, 1983. Sophie Langbein, The Execution, NBC, 1985. Frances Hayward, Vital Signs (also known as Following the Footsteps), CBS, 1986. Ruth Waxman, My First Love, CBS, 1988. Delores Walters, Guess Who's Coming for Christmas? (also known as UFO Cafe), 1990. Gloria Unger, The Odd Couple: Together Again, 1993. Mi I ly, My Breast, 1994. Lillian, Lovejoy: The Lost Colony, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Television Appearances; Miniseries: 79 Park Avenue (also known as Harold Robbins' 79 Park Avenue), NBC, 1977. Dodie Brattle, Roots: The Next Generation, ABC, 1979. Mamie Eisenhower, 'TheTrumans and Eisenhowers/' Backstairs at the White House, NBC, 1979. Mrs. Amberville, 111 Take Manhattan, CBS, 1987. Pauline,5car/ett, CBS, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Cynara," Pond's Theater, ABC, 1955. "WAC," The Phil Silvers Show (also known as You'll Never Get Rich), CBS, 1955. Decoy, syndicated, 1957. "The Attack/' The Defenders, CBS, 1961. "To Walk like a Lion/' Naked City, ABC, 1962. Celia, "Even Stones Have Eyes," Route 66, CBS, 1962. Cheryl Mines, "The Chess Game," The Untouchables, ABC, 1962. "And by the Sweat of Thy Brow," Naked City, ABC, 1962. "Dust Devils on a Quiet Street," Naked City, ABC, 1963. "The Small Parade," The Virginian, NBC, 1963. Myrna, "Miniature," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1963. "The Dark Labyrinth," Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1963. "Lullaby for Billy Dignan," Ben Casey, ABC, 1963. "How Does Your Garden Grow?," Mr. Novak, NBC, 1964. "Isabel," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, NBC, 1964. "The Seven-Hundred-Year-Old Gang," The Defenders, CBS, 1964. "Consider Her Ways," The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, NBC, 1964. "The End Is but the Beginning," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "A Rambling Discourse on Egyptian Water Clocks," Ben Casey, ABC, 1965. "Mrs. Harmon," Rawhide, CBS, 1965. "A Horse Called Destiny," Trials of O'Brien, CBS, 1966. "The Eighth Day," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1966. "The Leaf in the Forest," Ironside, NBC, 1967. "The Enemy," The Invaders, ABC, 1967. "To Be Young, Gifted and Black," N.E.T. Playhouse, PBS, 1972. Judith, "I Love a Piano," The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1974. "For the Use of the Hall,"Ho//ywoodTe/ev/s/on Theater, PBS, 1975. "Terror," Bronk, CBS, 1975. "Aftershock," McMillan and Wife, NBC, 1975. Emily, "Child of Glass," The World of Disney, NBC, 1978. "Andrew," Lou Grant, CBS, 1979. "Bye Bye Benjamin," Private Benjamin, CBS, 1981. Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1984. "Late Bloomer," Kate and Allie, CBS, 1987. "Cabin Fever," Mr. President, Fox, 1987. "Love's Labor Last," Mr. President, Fox, 1987. "The Way We Were," Family Ties, NBC, 1987. "Accounts Receivable," thirtysomething, ABC, 1988. "A Horse is a Horse, of Course, of Course," A Fine Romance, ABC, 1989. Mrs. Bream, "Vengeance," Law and Order (also known as Law & Order), NBC, 1992. Also appeared in Babes, Fox, and Island Son, CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: Code 3 (unaired), 1972. Koska . . . And His Family, NBC, 1973. Elly Parker, All Together Now, NBC, 1984. Mom, What's Alan Watching? (also known as Outrageous), CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Specials: Full Moon over Brooklyn, NBC, 1960. "A Mask of Love," ABC Afternoon Playbreak, ABC, 1973. "Tell Me My Name," General Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater), CBS, 1977. Schoolteacher, Working, Showtime, 1981. Barefoot in the Park, HBO, 1982. Amzie, Claws, 1991. Anne Charney, "Summer Stories: The Mall," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1992. Shirley, "My Summer as a Girl," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1994.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Film Appearances: Mary Lou Decker, Giant, Warner Bros., 1956. Edna, The Caretakers (also known as Borderlines), United Artists, 1963. Julie Cullen Richards, One Potato, Two Potato, Cinema V, 1964. Jay Cee, The Bell ]ar, Avco-Embassy, 1979. Evelyn Stohler, Breaking Away (also known as Bambino), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Harriet Benjamin, Private Benjamin, Warner Bros., 1980. Mom, Real Men, United Artists, 1987. Jean Haney, End of the Line, Orion Classics, 1987. Rachel Bonner, After the Rain (also known as The Passage), New Century/Vista Film Company, 1988. Voice of Alcmene, Hercules (animated), Buena Vista, 1997. WRITINGS Novels: ILone Star, Delacorte, 1990. Adam Zigzag, Delacorte, 1994. Nonfiction: Second Act: Life after Colostomy and Other Adventures, Scribner, 1997. OTHER SOURCES Library Journal, October 1, 1997, p. 110. Publishers Weekly, August 18, 1997, p. 79.

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CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: (Debut) James Cooper, Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1981-82. Derek Taylor, 5//ver Spoons, NBC, 1982-84. Matthew Burton, It's Your Move, NBC, 1984. David Hogan, Valerie, NBC, 1986-1987, then Valerie's Family, NBC, 1987; then The Hogan Family, CBS, 1988-91. Carl Himple, Simon, The WB, 1995-96. Harry Kulchak, Chicago Sons, NBC, 1997. Ted Stoody, George & Leo, CBS, 1997—. Television Appearances; Movies: Addison Cromwell, The Fantastic World of D.C. Collins, NBC, 1984. Right to Kill?, 1985. Poison Ivy, 1985. Steve Tilby, "The Thanksgiving Promise," Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1986. Larry Nichols, Can You Feel Me Dancing?, 1986. Tony Scotti, The Bates Motel, 1987. Toby Kellogg, Moving Target, NBC, 1988. Phillip "Philly" Patillo, Crossing The Mob (also known as Philly Boy), NBC, 1988. Blaine Stoddard lll,/A Taste for Killing, USA Network, 1992. Bill Mothershed, Confessions: Two Faces of Evil, NBC, 1994. Grant Land is, This Can't Be Love, CBS, 1994. Stuart Morris, Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart (also known as Hart to Hart: The Locket), NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Joseph Kennedy III, Robert Kennedy and His Times, 1985.

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1969PERSONAL

Born Jason Kent Bateman, January 14, 1969, in Rye, NY; son of Kent (an acting coach and producer/theatrical manager) and Victoria (a flight attendant) Bateman; brother of Justine Bateman (an actress.) Avocationalinterests: Skiing, basketball, surfing, race car driving. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211, and 40 West 57th St., New York, NY 10019. Publicist—Michael Levine Public Relations Co., 8730 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Specials: lust a Little More Love, NBC, 1984. NBC Presents the American Film Institute Comedy Special, NBC, 1987. The Calgary Olympic Holiday Special, 1987. Noel: Best Wishes for a Merry Christmas, 1988. The 14th Annual People's Choice Awards, 1988. Host, Walt Disney World's Fourth of]uly Spectacular, 1988. Candid Camera Eat! Eat! Eat!, 1989. Co-host, The Ice Capades with Jason Bateman and Alyssa Milano, ABC, 1989. The Greatest Practical lokes of All Time, 1990. An Affectionate Look at Fatherhood, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilot: Jonathan Kelley, Black Sheep, Fox, 1994.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: "You Beta Your Life/' St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1986. Jason Ripley, "Who Killed the Movie Mogul?/' Burke's Law, CBS, 1995. Bobby Van Lowe, Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1995. Also appeared on Body Language. Television Work: Director, Family Matters (series), 1996-97. Film Appearances: Todd Howard, Teen Wolf, Too, Atlantic, 1987. Jarviss Edison, Necessary Roughness, Paramount, 1991. Phil Stepler, Breaking the Rules (also known as Sketches), Miramax, 1992. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Journey to the Day, Birmingham, AL.*

BAYLER, Terence 1930PERSONAL Born January 24, 1930, in Wanganui, New Zealand; son of Harold (a stagehand) and Amy (Allomes) Bayler; married Bridget Armstrong, 1958 (divorced, 1978); children: Michael, Lucy. Education: Attended Wanganui Technical College; graduated from London University, dramatic art; attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London.

Slater, Pass the Butler, Globe Theatre, London, 1982. Willis, Ratepayer's lolanthe, Phoenix Theatre, London, 1984. Mr. Bargary, Sir Jasper Jaggers, PW Botha, and Arts Council Man, Small Expectations, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, 1986. Wyke, The Magistrate, The National Theatre Company, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1986. Detective-Inspector Bryant, Budgie, Cambridge Theatre, London, 1988. Cominius, Coriolanus, The Young Vic, London, 1989. Film Appearances: Tom, Broken Barrier, Pacific Films, 1952. Macduff, Macbeth, Columbia, 1972. Gregory, Monty Python's Life of Brian, Warner Bros., 1979. John Rochfort, Pictures, Pacific Films, 1981. Lucien, Time Bandits, Handmade Films, 1981. TV commercial presenter, Brazil, Universal, 1985. Voice, Va/ha//a (animated), J & M, 1986. Policeman, Crystalstone, CCC of America, 1988. Trimmer, The Remains of the Day, Columbia, 1993. Television Appearances; Movies: (Television debut) Robert, Building of ]alna, BBC, 1955. Leggy Mountbatten, The Rutles, NBC, 1978. Colonel Fawcett, The Other Side of Paradise, 1992. General, Lipstick on Your Collar, Channel 4, 1993. Also appeared in Peer Gynt, The Snow Queen, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Murder Not Proven, The Light Princess, This Office Life, and Artists and Models.

Career: Actor. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Narrator, Hiawatha, Royal Albert Hall, London, 1953. Dion, Critic's Choice, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1961. Forster, The Right Honorable Gentleman, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1964. Hopper, Lady Windermere's Fan, Phoenix Theatre, London, 1966. Nicholas, Sign Here Please, Whitehall Theatre, London, 1967. Giles, The Mousetrap, Ambassadors Theatre, London, 1968. Narrator, The Rocky Horror Show, Kings Road Theatre, London, 1974.

Television Appearances; Other: Vendom, "The Ark/' Doctor Who (episodic), PBS, 1966. Ashenden (miniseries), Arts and Entertainment, 1992.*

BELGRADER, Andre See BELGRADER, Andrei

BELGRADER, Andrei 1946(Andre Belgrader) PERSONAL Born March 31, 1946, in Romania; son of Tiberiu (an economist) and Magdalena (a translator; maiden

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 name, Gross) Belgrader; married Dora, 1976 (divorced, 1983). Education: Romanian Institute of Theatre and Film Arts, M.F.A., 1972. Politics: "Conservative anarchist." Addresses: Home—1164 Wellesley Ave., No. 201, Los Angeles, CA 90049. Office—do University of California, San Diego, Department of Theatre and Dance, 2550 Galbraith Hall, Revelle College, 9500 Oilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093. Career: Director and writer. Bucharest Center for the Perform ing Arts, Bucharest, Romania, teacher, 196772; Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT, teacher, beginning in 1979, University of California, San Diego, professor of theatre, 1992—. Member: Society for Stage Directors and Choreographers, Directors Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Constantza Festival Award, 1973, for The Little Prince; Boston Theatre Critics Circle Award, best director and best play, both 1983, for Waiting for Godot. CREDITS Stage Work; Director: Woyzeck, Changing Space, New York City, 1978. As You Like It, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1979. Ubu Rex, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1980. As You Like It, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1981. About Face, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1983. Waiting for Godot, American Repertory Theatre, 1983. Measure for Measure, American Repertory Theatre, 1984. What the Butler Saw, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1985. Happy Days, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 198586. Marriage, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1985-86. The Miser, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1987-88. (And adaptor with Shelley Berc and translator) Rameau's Nephew, Classic Stage Company Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1988, later at Remains Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1990-91. Moon Over Miami, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1988-89. The Bald Soprano and The Chairs (double-bill), American Repertory Theatre, 1989-90. Troilus and Cressida, Yale Repertory Theatre, 198990, later at Changing Space.

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(And adaptor with Shelley Berc)5cap/n, Yale Repertory Theatre, 1990, later Classic Stage Company, New York City, 1993, then American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1994. The Servant of Two Masters, American Repertory Theatre, 1991-92. (And adaptor with Shelley Berc) Ubu Rock, American Repertory Theatre, 1995 and 1996. Also director of Rhythms, Performing Arts Center, Romania. Television Work; Series: Director, Coach, ABC, 1992-95. Television Work; Specials: Director, Variety Show, Romanian State Television, 1975. Director, Playboy of the Western World, Romanian State Television, 1976. Contributing director, The Coach Retrospective: Mary Hart Goes One-on-One with ''Coach/' ABC, 1994. Also directed works by Albert Camus, Oscar Wilde, Eugene lonesco, Franz Kafka, S. Mrozeck, Moliere, Shakespeare, Chekhov, and others. Film Appearances: Aldo, Men of Respect, Central City Films/Arthur Goldblatt Productions, 1991. (As Andre Belgrader) Andrej Koltan, The Contenders (also known as Rivalen de Gluecks), Indiafilm/ MaTiMa Film/Short Cut/Tobias Meinecke Produktion, 1993. (As Andre Belgrader) Stash, Big Night (also known as Pasta e Fagioli and Pasta e Fasule), Samuel Goldwyn, 1996. Film Work: Artistic consultant, The Impostors, Fox Searchlight, 1998. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Rhythms, International Festival Theater, Wroclaw, Poland, 1968, and Performing Arts Center, Romania. The Little Prince, State Theatre of Constantza, 1973. (With Shelley Berc) Rameau's Nephew, 1989. (With Shelley Berc) Scapin, Music Rusty Magee, 1990. (With Shelley Berc) Ubu Rock, Music Rusty Magee, 1991 and 1995.

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Musical Plays: (With Keith Redd in) The Gomorrah Post Cantata. OTHER SOURCES Books: Mekler, Eva, The New Generation of Acting Teachers, Penguin (New York City), 1987.

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Born September 17,1938, in Silver City, NM; son of Mitchell M. (a doctor) and Alma Marie (a journalist; maiden name, Loring) Benedict. Education: Suffolk University, A.B., 1960. Addresses: Agent—Irv Schechter Company, 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 410, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and director. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps (Reserve), 1956-62. Member: Actors Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Greater Los Angeles Zoological Association. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Chaplain, The Lady's Not for Burning, Image Theatre, Boston, MA, 1962. Sailor Shawnee, Live Like Pigs, Actor's Playhouse, New York City, 1964. Little Murders, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1969. The White House Murder Case, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1970. Bad Habits, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1974. Lieutenant Drew, The Unvarnished Truth, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1985. Ira Drew, It's Only a Play, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1985-86. Ira Drew, It's Only a Play, James A. Doolittle Theatre, UCLA, 1992. Scrooge, A Christmas Carol, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1992-93. Arsenic and Old Lace, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1994-95. Johann Dwornitschek, The Play's the Thing, Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City, 1995. Desk clerk, Hughie, on-Broadway, 1996.

Also appeared as Freddy, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA; with Theatre Company of Boston and the American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA; at Arena Stage, Washington, DC, Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, and Center Stage, Baltimore, MD; guest Artist, Trinity Square Repertory Company, Rhode Island, 1986-87; guest Artist, Playmakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, NC, 1994-95. Stage Work as Director: Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Space II, 1987. Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1988-89. Prelude and Liebestod, One-Act Play Festival, Nat Home Theatre, NY, 1989. The Kathy & Mo Show: Parallel Lives, Westside Arts Theatre/Downstairs, New York City, 1989. The Old Boy, 1991-92. Any Given Day, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1993. Also directed Beyond Therapy and Ceniuses, both Los Angeles Public Theatre; It's Only a Play, Artists and Directors Theatre; and Crimes of the Heart, Trinity Square Playhouse, Rhode Island. Film Appearances: Wells Fargo Ferguson, The Double-Barrelled Detective Story, Saloon, 1965. Rutherford Melon, The Virgin President, New Line, 1968. Zen Buddhist, Cold Turkey, Tandem Productions, 1969. Ben, Taking Off, Universal, 1970. Chestnut Man, They Might Be Giants, Universal, 1971. Shots O'Toole, The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1971. Dr. Beineke, Up the Sandbox, National General, 1972. Reverend Lindquistjerem/ah/ohnson, Warner Bros., 1972. Plunkett, The Front Page, Universal, 1974. Brownlee, Mandingo, Paramount, 1975. Orren Brooks, Smile, United Artists, 1975. Mark Morgenweiss, The Goodbye Girl, Warner Bros., 1977. Billy's Father, Billy in the Lowlands, FIF, 1979. Butler, The Man with Two Brains, Warner Bros., 1983. Tucker "Smitty" Brown, This is Spinal Tap, Embassy, 1984. Warden Eddie Dwyer, The Chair, Imperial Entertainment, 1988.

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Court of Stockholm; married Else Fisher (a dancer), 1943 (divorced, 1945); married Ellen Lundstroem (a dancer), 1945 (divorced, 1950); married Gun Grut (a journalist), 1951 (divorced); married Kaebi Laretei (a pianist), 1959 (separated, 1965); married Ingrid Karlebovon Rosen, 1971 (died, 1995); children: (first marriage) Lena; (second marriage) Eva, Jan, Anna, Mats; (third marriage) Ingmar; (fourth marriage) Daniel Sebastian (a director); (with actress Liv Ullmann) Linn. Education: Attended the University of Stockholm, 1938-40. Addresses: Home—Titurelstrasse 2, D-8000 Munich 8, Germany. Office—c/o Press Relations, New World Pictures, 11600 San Vincente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Writer, director, and producer of motion pictures, teleplays, and stage productions. Director with Maaster Olofsgaarden, 1938-40; director, Student Theatre in Stockholm, 1941; writer, director, Svensk Filmindustri (Svensk Film Industries), 1942-69, began as scriptwriter and editor, then artistic advisor, 1961-69; director, Haelsingborg City Theater, 194446; director, Gothenburg City Theater, 1947-52; director, then chief of production, Malmoe City Theatre, 1952-60; director, Royal Dramatic Theater, Stockholm, 1963-66; director, Munich Residenzteater, 1977-82. Founder of the film production companies Cinematograph, Sweden, 1968, and Personafilm, Munich, Germany, 1977. Awards, Honors: Grand Prix du Cinema, Cannes Film Festival, 1946, forHets; Sao Paolo Film Festival prize, 1954, for Cychlarnas afton; Cannes Film Festival comedy prize, 1956, forSommarnattens leende; special award, Cannes Film Festival, 1957, and Joseph Bernstein Award, best foreign import, 1958, both for Detsjunde inseglet; Golden Bear, Berlin Film Festival, 1958, for Smultronstaellet (also known as Wild Strawberries); Cannes International Film Festival, best director, 1958, forNaera /./Vet; Gold Plaque, Swedish Film Academy, 1958; Cannes International Film Festival, special recognition, 1960, forjungfrukaellan (also known as The Virgin Spring); Academy Award, best foreign language film, 1962, for Saasom / en spegel (also known as Through a Class Darkly; Erasmus Prize, The Erasmus Prize Foundation (Netherlands), 1965; National Society of Film Critics Awards, best director and best film, 1967, for Persona; National Society of Film Critics Award, 1968, for Skammen (also known as Shame); Academy Award of Merit, Irving J. Thalberg Memorial Award, 1970; National Society of Film Critics Award, best

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director, 1971, for En Passion; National Society of Film Critics Award, best screenwriter, New York Film Critics Awards, best screenwriter, best director, and best film, all 1972, torViskningaroch rop (also known as Cries and Whispers). Honorary doctorate of philosophy, Stockholm University, 1975; Great Gold Medal, Swedish Academy of Letters, 1977; Meadows Award for Excellence in the Arts, Southern Methodist University, 1981; Academy Award, best foreign language film, 1983, and New York Film Critics Award, best director, 1983, both for Fanny and Alexander; decorated Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1985; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, Film—Academy Fellow, 1988; European Film Award, Life Achievement Award, 1988; Sonning Prize, University of Copenhagen (Denmark), 1989; Obie Award, best direction, 1989, for Hamlet. CREDITS Film Work; Director: Assistant director, Hets, Svensk Filmindustri, 1944, released in the U.S. as Torment (also known as Frenzy), 1944. Kris (based on the play Moderdyret, by Leek Fisher), Svensk Filmindustri, 1945, released in the U.S. as Crisis, 1945. Det regnar paa vaar kaerlek (based on the play Bra menesker, by Oskar Braathen), Sveriges Folkbiografer, 1946, released in the U.S. as It Rains Our Love, 1946. Skepp till Indialand (based on the play by Martin Soederhjelm), Sveriges Folkbiografer, 1947, released in the U.S. as/A Ship to India (also known as Land of Desire, 1947. Hamnstad (based on story by Olle Laensberg), Svensk Filmindustri, 1948, released in the U.S. as Port of Call, Janus, 1948. Musik i morker, 1948, released in U.S. as Night Is My Future, Embassy, 1948. Faengelse, 1949, released in the U.S. as Prison (also known as The Devil's Wanton), Embassy, 1949. Till Claedje, Svensk Filmindustri, 1949, released in the U.S. as To Joy, 1949. Sommarlek, Svensk Filmindustri, 1950, released in the U.S. as Illicit Interlude (also known as Summer Interlude), Gaston Hakim, 1951. Kninnors vantan, Svensk Filmindustri, 1952, released in the U.S. as Secrets of Women (also known as Waiting Women), Janus, 1952. Sommaren med Monika (based on the novel Sommaren med Monika, by P. A. Fogelstroem),

Svensk Filmindustri, 1952, released in the United States as Summer with Monika, 1952. Cychlarnas afton (title means "Sunset of the Clown"), Sandrew, 1953, released in the U.S. as The Naked Night (also known as Sawdust and Tinsel), Times, 1953. En lektion i kaerlek, [Sweden], 1954, released in the U.S. as A Lesson in Love, Janus, 1954. Kvinnodroem, Sandrew, 1955, released in the U.S. as journey into Autumn (also known as Dreams), Janus, 1955. Sommarnattens leende, Svensk Filmindustri, 1955, released in the U.S. as Smiles of a Summer Night, Rank, 1955. Det sjune inseglet (based on the play Traemalning, by Bergman) Svensk Filmindustri, 1956, released in the U.S. as The Seventh Seal, Janus, 1957. Smultronstaellet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1957, released in the U.S. as Wild Strawberries, Janus, 1957. Ansiktet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1958, released in the U.S. as The Magician (also known as The Face), Janus, 1958. Naera Livet, 1958, released in the U.S. as Brink of Life (also known as 5o Close to Life), Nordisk, 1958. Jungfrukaellan, Svensk Filmindustri, 1959, released in the U.S. as The Virgin Spring, Janus, 1959. Djaevunes oega, Svensk Filmindustri, 1960, released in the U.S. as The Devil's Eye, 1960. Saasom / en spegel, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as Through a Glass Darkly, Janus, 1961. Lustgaarden, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as The Pleasure Garden, 1961. Nattvardsgaesterna, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as Winter Light, 1961. Tystnaden, Svensk Filmindustri, 1963, released in the U.S. as The Silence, Janus, 1963. Foer att inte tala om alia dessa kvinnor, Svensk Filmindustri, 1964, released in the U.S. as Now about These Women (also known as All These Women), 1964. Persona (also known as The Masks), Svensk Filmindustri, 1966. Vargtimmen, Svensk Filmindustri, 1966, released in the U.S. as The Hour of the Wolf, Lopert, 1966. Skammen, Svensk Filmindustri, 1967, released in the U.S. as Shame, Lopert, 1967. Riten, Svensk Filmindustri/Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as The Rite (also known as The Ritual), Janus, 1969. En Passion, Svensk Filmindustri/Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as A Passion (also known as A Passion of Anna), United Artists, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Faaroedokument (documentary), Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as Faro Document, 1969. The Touch (also known as Be roringen), Cinerama, 1970. Viskningaroch rop, Cinematograph, 1972, released in the U.S. as Cries and Whispers, New World, 1972. Scenerurettiiktenshap, Norstedt, 1973, released in the U.S. as Scenes from a Marriage, Cinema 5, 1973. Ansikte mot ansikte (also known as Face to Face), Paramount, 1976. Ormens aegg (also known as Das Schlangenei), Norstedt, 1977, released in the U.S. as The Serpent's Egg, Paramount, 1977. Faaroe-dokument 1979, Cinematograph, 1979, released in the U.S. as Faro 7979, 1979. Aus dem Leben der Marionetten (also known as From the Life of the Marionettes), [West Germany], ITC, 1980. Fanny och Alexander (composed of cuttings from original TV series first shown in Sweden), released in the U.S. as Fanny and Alexander, Embassy, 1982. The Best Intentions, Samuel Goldwyn, 1991. Film Appearances: Stimulantia, 1967. The Rite, 1969. The Faroe Document, 1970. A LookatLiv, 1977. Narrator, The Faroe Document 1979, 1979. Bergman's Rost (also known as The Voice of Bergman), Swedish Film Institute, 1997. Television Work; Movies; Director: Mr. Sleeman in Coming, 1957. The Venetian, 1958. Rabies, 1958. Storm Weather, 1960. A Dream Play, 1963. The Rite, 1969. The Sanctuary (also known as Reservatet), 1970. The Lie, BBC, 1972. Scenes from a Marriage, 1973. The Magic Flute, 1975. Face to Face (also known as Ansikte mot ansikte), BBC, 1976. Fanny och Alexander, Swedish television miniseries, 1982, released in the U.S. as motion picture Fanny and Alexander. The School for Wives, 1983. After the Rehearsal, Swedish television, 1984.

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These Blessed Two, Swedish television, 1985. S/sta skriket, 1994. Larmar och goer sig till, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Mental patient, Larmar och goer sig till, 1997. Stage Work; Director: Macbeth, 1940. Death of Punch, 1940. Hamlet, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, 1988. Miss ]ulie, Long Day's Journey into Music, and A Doll's House, Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden, all Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1991. Peer Cynt, Opera House, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1993. The Winter's Tale, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1995. Radio Work; Director: Requiem, 1946. Rabies, 1946. Summer, 1946. The Dutchman, 1947. The Waves, 1947. Playing with Fire, 1947. Lodolezzi Sings, 1948. Mother of Love, 1948. Draw Blank, 1949. Medea, 1951. The City, 1951. Summer, 1951. The People of Vaermland, 1951. The Cuiltburden of the Night, 1952. Crimes and Crimes, 1952. Blood Wedding, 1952. Faster, 1952. A Wild Bird, 1952. Une Passion, 1953. The Dutchman, 1953. The Monk Strolls in the Meadow, 1955. Grandma and Our Lord, 1956. Vox Humana, 1956. Everyman, 1956. The Tunnel, 1956. Portrait of Madonna, 1956. The Prisoner, 1957. Counterfeits, 1957. The Ball, 1958. The Legend, 1958. Ftt faorcf av ape/, 1960. Unto My Fear, 1960. First Warning, 1960.

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Playing with Fire, 1961. A Caprice, 1961. A Hearsay, 1984. A Mental Affair, 1990. WRITINGS Screenplays: Hets, Svensk Filmindustri, 1944, released in the U.S. as Torment (also known as Frenzy), 1944. (Adapter) Kris (based on the play Moderdyret, by Leek Fisher), Svensk Filmindustri, 1945, released in the U.S. as Crisis, 1945. (Adapter with Herbert Grevenius) Detregnarpaa vaar kaerlek (based on the play Bra menesker, by Oskar Braathen), Sveriges Folkbiografer, 1946, released in the U.S. as It Rains Our Love, 1946. Kvinna utan ansikte, Svensk Filmindustri, 1947, released in the U.S. as Woman without a Face, 1947. (Adapter) Skepp till Indialand (based on the play by Martin Soederhjelm), Sveriges Folkbiografer, 1947, released in the U.S. as A Ship to India (also known as Land of Desire, 1947. (Adapter) Hamnstad (based on story by Olle Laensberg), Svensk Filmindustri, 1948, released in the U.S. as Port of Call, Janus, 1948. Eva, Svensk Filmindustri, 1948. Faengelse, 1949, released in the U.S. as Prison (also known as The Devil's Wanton), Terrafilm, 1949. Till Claedje, Svensk Filmindustri, 1949, released in the U.S. as To ]oy, 1949. (With Herbert Grevenius) Sommarlek, Svensk Filmindustri, 1950, released in the U.S. as Illicit Interlude (also known as Summer Interlude), Gaston Hakim, 1951. (With Herbert Grevenius) Fraanskild, Svensk Filmindustri, 1951, released in the U.S. as Divorced, 1951. Kninnors vantan, Svensk Filmindustri, 1952, released in the U.S. as Secrets of Women (also known as Waiting Women), Janus, 1952. (Adapter with P. A. Fogelstroem) Sommaren med Monika (based on the novel Sommaren med Monika, by P. A. Fogelstroem), Svensk Filmindustri, 1952, released in the U.S. as Summer with Monika, 1952. Cychlarnas afton (title means "Sunset of the Clown"), Sandrew, 1953, released in the U.S. as The Naked Night (also known as Sawdust and Tinsel), Times, 1953. En lektion i kaerlek, [Sweden], 1954, released in the U.S. as A Lesson in Love, Janus, 1954.

Kvinnodroem, Sandrew, 1955, released in the U.S. as Journey into Autumn (also known as Dreams), Janus, 1955. Sommarnattens leende, Svensk Filmindustri, 1955, released in the U.S. asSm//es of a Summer Night, Rank, 1955. (With Alf Sjoeberg)5/staparet ut, Svensk Filmindustri, 1956, released in the U.S. as The Last Couple Out, 1956. (Adapter) Det sjune inseglet (based on the play Traemalning, by Bergman) Svensk Filmindustri, 1956, released in the U.S. as The Seventh Seal, Janus, 1957. Smultronstaellet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1957, released in the U.S. as Wild Strawberries, Janus, 1957. Ansiktet, Svensk Filmindustri, 1958, released in the U.S. as The Magician (also known as The Face), Janus, 1958. Naera Livet, 1958, released in the U.S. as Brink of Life (also known as So Close to Life, Nordisk, 1958. Jungfrukaellan, Svensk Filmindustri, 1959, released in the U.S. as The Virgin Spring, Janus, 1959. Djaevunes oega, Svensk Filmindustri, 1960, released in the U.S. as The Devil's Eye, 1960. Saasom / en spegel, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as Through a Class Darkly, Janus, 1961. (With Erland Josephson, under joint pseudonym Buntel Eriksson) Lustgaarden, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as The Pleasure Garden, 1961. Nattvardsgaesterna, Svensk Filmindustri, 1961, released in the U.S. as Winter Light, 1961. Tystnaden, Svensk Filmindustri, 1963, released in the U.S. as The Silence, Janus, 1963. (With Erland Josephson, under joint pseudonym Buntel Eriksson) Foer att inte tala om alia dessa kvinnor, Svensk Filmindustri, 1964, released in the U.S. as Now about These Women (also known as All These Women), 1964. Persona (also known as The Masks), Svensk Filmindustri, 1966. Vargtimmen, Svensk Filmindustri, 1966, released in the U.S. as The Hour of the Wolf, Lopert, 1966. Skammen, Svensk Filmindustri, 1967, released in the U.S. as Shame, Lopert, 1967. Riten, Svensk Filmindustri/Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as The Rite (also known as The Ritual), Janus, 1969. En Passion, Svensk Filmindustri/Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as A Passion (also known as A Passion of Anna), United Artists, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Faaroedokument (documentary), Cinematograph, 1969, released in the U.S. as Faro Document, 1969. The Touch (also known as Be ror/ngen), Cinerama, 1970. Viskningaroch rop, Cinematograph, 1972, released in the U.S. as Cries and Whispers, New World, 1972. Scenerurett iiktenshap, Norstedt, 1973, released in the U.S. as Scenes from a Marriage, Cinema 5, 1973. Ormens aegg (also known as Das Schlangenei), Norstedt, 1977, released in the U.S. as The Serpent's Egg, Paramount, 1977. Hoestsonaten (also known as Herbstsonate), PAN/ Norstedt, 1978, released in the U.S. as Autumn Sonata, 1978. Faaroe-dokument 1979, Cinematograph, 1980, released in the U.S. as Faro 7979, 1979. Aus dem Leben der Marionetten (also known as From the Life of the Marionettes), [West Germany], ITC, 1980. The Best Intentions (based on the novel of the same name by Bergman), Samuel Goldwyn, 1991. Sondagsbarn (also known as Sunday's Children; based on the novel of the same name by Bergman), First Run Features, 1994. Confessions (also known as Enskilda Samtal and Five Conversations), Sales Company, 1997.

Stage Plays: Rakel och biografvaktmaestaren (title means "Rachel and the Cinema Doorman"), produced at Gothenburg City Theatre, Gothenburg, Sweden, 1945. Dagen slutar tidget (title means "The Day Ends Early"), produced Gothenburg City Theatre, 1947. Mig till skraeck (title means "To My Terror"), produced at Gothenburg City Theatre, 1947. Jack hos skadespelarna (title means "Jack among the Actors"), Albert Bonniers, 1948. Moraliteter (title means "Morality Plays"; contains "Rakel och biografvadtmaestaren," "Dagen slutar tidget," and "Mig till skraeck"), Albert Bonniers, 1948. Hets (title means "Torments"; adapted from the screenplay of the same title by Bergman), produced in Oslo, Norway, 1948. Mordet i barjaerna (title means "Murder at Barjaerna"), produced at Malmoe City Theatre, Malmoe, Sweden, 1952. Traemalning (title means "Wood Painting"), produced at Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden, 1955.

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(Adapter) A Dream Play, by August Strindberg, translated by Michael Meyer, Seeker & Warburg, 1972. Scenes from a Marriage (adapted from the screenplay of the same title by Bergman), produced in Munich, 1981, new adaptation (with Rita Russek), produced in London, 1990. Teleplays: The Sanctuary (also known as Reservatet), 1970. (Adapter) The Magic Flute, 1975. After the Rehearsal, Swedish television, 1984. S/sta skriket, 1994. Larmar och goer sig till, 1997. Other Writings: Bergman on Bergman, translated by Paul Britten Austin, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1973. (With others) F/7m and Dreams: An Approach to Bergman, edited and introduced by Vlada Petric, Redgrave, 1981. A Project for the Theatre, edited and introduced by Frederick]. Marker and Lise-Lone Marker, Ungar, 1983. Talking with Ingmar Bergman, Southern Methodist University, 1984. Laterna Magica, Norstedt, 1987, translated by Joan Tate as The Magic Lantern: An Autobiography, Viking (New York City), 1988. The Best Intentions (novel), translated by Joan Tate, Arcade (New York City), 1993. Images: My Life in Film (film memoir), translated by Marianne Ruth, Arcade, 1994. Sunday's Children: A Novel, translated by Joan Tate, Arcade, 1994. Private Confessions: A Novel, translated by Joan Tate, Arcade, 1996. Contributor to periodicals includingS/ghtancf Sound, Cahiers du Cinema, Films and Filming, Cahiers du Cinema in English, Cinema 60, Cinemathek, Svenska radiopjaeser, Tulane Drama Review, and F/7m in Sweden. Adaptations: The stage musical, A Little Night Music, is based on Bergman 'sSmiles of a Summer Night. OTHER SOURCES Books: Cohen, Hubert, Ingmar Bergman: The Art of Confession, Twayne (New York City), 1993. Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, Volume 33, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1991.

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Cowie, Peter, Ingmar Bergman: A Critical Biography, Limelight Editions (New York City), 1992. Gado, Frank, The Passion of Ingmar Bergman, Duke University Press (Durham, NC), 1986. Gibson, Arthur, The Rite of Redemption: An Interpretation of the Films of Ingmar Bergman, E. Mellen Press (Lewiston), 1995. International Dictionary of Film and Filmmakers, Volume 2, Directors, St. James Press (Detroit, Ml), 1984. Roger Oliver, editor, Ingmar Bergman: An Artist's journey on Stage, on Screen, in Print, Arcade (New York City), 1995. Lauder, Robert, Gocf, Death, Art, and Love: The Philosophical Vision of Ingmar Bergman, Paulist Press (New York City), 1989. Long, Robert Emmet, Ingmar Bergman: Film and Stage, H.N. Abrams (New York City), 1994. Marker, Lise-Lone, Ingmar Bergman: A Life in the Theater, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, England), 1992. Steen, Birgitta, Ingmar Bergman: A Guide to References and Resources, G.K. Hall (Boston), 1987. Periodicals: Film Comment, May-June, 1995, p. 12.*

BERLE, Milton 1908PERSONAL Real name, Milton Berlinger; born July 12, 1908, in New York, NY; son of Moses and Sarah (Glantz) Berlinger; married Joyce Mathews, 1941 (divorced, 1947); remarried Joyce Mathews, 1949 (divorced, 1950); married Ruth Cosgrove Rosenthal, December 9, 1953 (died, 1989); married Lorna Adams (a clothing designer and publisher), 1991; children: (first marriage) two children; (third marriage) Vicki, Billy; stepchildren: (fourth marriage) Susan Moll (a clothing designer). Education: Attended Professional Children's School (New York City). Addresses: Agent—Media Artists Group, 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite F, Studio City, CA 91604. Career: Comedian and actor. Appeared in experimental television broadcasts in 1929 and 1933. M/7ton magazine, founder, 1997. Nicknames include the Boy Wonder, Uncle Miltie, and Mr. Television. Member: American Guild of Authors and Composers, Grand Street Bodies, Friar's Club (president, be-

ginning in 1978), American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Awards, Honors: Winner of Charlie Chaplin impersonation contest, c. 1913; Emmy Award, most outstanding television personality, 1950; Humanitarian Award, Yiddish Theatrical Alliance, 1951; National Academy of Arts and Sciences Award, man of the year, 1959; Emmy Award nomination, 1962, for "Doyle against the House/' The Dick Powell Show; re-elected honorary abbot emeritus of Friar's Club, 1968; Golden Award, American Guild of Variety Artists, 1977; Emmy Award, special award—special recognition, 1979, "for achievements broadcast nationally in prime time"; honorary doctorate, McKendree College, 1984; inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame, 1988; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest actor in a drama series, 1995, for "Sentenced to Life/' Beverly Hills, 90210. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Floradora, Globe Theatre, Atlantic City, NJ, then Century Theatre, New York City, both 1920. Earl Carroll Vanities, 1932. Windy Walker, Saluta, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1934. Arthur Lee, See My Lawyer, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1939. I'll Take the High Road, Ritz Theatre, New York City, 1943. Seventeen, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1951. Max Silverman, The Goodbye People, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1968. Noah, Two by Two, State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX, 1971. The Milton Berle Show, Westbury Music Fair, Long Island, NY, 1971. Barney Cashman, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Westbury Music Fair, 1971. Ben Chambers, Norman, Is That You?, Westchester County Playhouse, Westchester County, NY, 1973. The Best of Everybody, Studebaker Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1975. The Sunshine Boys, Arlington Park, IL, 1976. Charles Busch's Dressing Up, Town Hall, New York City, 1994. Performed at the Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1943. Appeared in vaudeville and movie houses as a master of ceremonies and appeared in vaude-

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 ville performances with E. F. Wolf and Elizabeth Kennedy. Stage Work; Producer: (With Clifford Hayman) I'll Jake the High Road, Ritz Theatre, 1943. (With Sammy Lambert and Bernie Foyer) Seventeen, Broadhurst Theatre, 1951. Major Tours: Life Begins at 8:40, U.S. cities, 1935. Walter Cribble, Spring in Brazil, U.S. cities, 1945. Jerry Biffle, Top Banana, U.S. cities, 1963. Barney Cashman, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, U.S. cities, 1970. Ben Chambers, Norman, Is That You?, U.S. cities, 1975. Toured with the Ziegfeld Follies, 1936; also toured with his own company. Cabaret Appearances; Las Vegas, NV: Desert Inn, 1964. Desert Inn, 1972. Caesar's Palace, 1972. Frontier Hotel, 1974. Sands Hotel, 1974. Other Cabaret Appearances: Playboy Plaza, Miami Beach, FL, 1972. Hyatt Regency O'Hare, Chicago, IL, 1975. Film Appearances: A small child, Tillie's Punctured Romance (silent film; also known as For the Love of Tillie, Marie's Millions, Tillie's Big Romance, and Tillie's Nightmare), Keystone Film Company, 1914. Elmer Brown, Popp/n' the Cork (short), 1933. Wellington Wedge, New Faces of 1937, RKO, 1937. Teddy Jordan, Radio City Revels, RKO, 1938. Frosty, Tall, Dark, and Handsome, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1941. Nifty Allen, Sun Valley Serenade, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1941. Seabiscuit, Rise and Shine, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1941. H. H. Van Buren, Whispering Chosts, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1942. Lucky Cullen,/A Gentleman at Heart, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1942. Jason Cordry, Over My Dead Body, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1943. Moe Finkelstein, Margin for Error, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1943. Kip Cooper, Always Leave Them Laughing, Warner Bros., 1949.

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Himself, Let's Make Love (also known as The 8/7lionaire and The Millionaire), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1960. Himself and a bellboy, The Bellboy, Paramount, 1960. J. Russell Finch,/t'saMac/, Mad, Mad World, United Artists, 1963. Mr. Ketweof, The Loved One, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1965. Star Spangled Salesman (documentary), U.S. Treasury Department, 1966. Kappy Kapstetter, The Oscar, Embassy, 1966. Luther Burton, Who's Minding the Mint?, Columbia, 1967. Fred, The Happening, Columbia, 1967. Film director, Where Angels Co, Trouble Follows (also known as Where Angels Co ... Trouble Follows), Columbia, 1968. Mr. Parker, For Singles Only, Columbia, 1968. Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?, Regional, 1969. Voice of the Cowardly Lion,/ourney Back to Oz (animated), Filmation, 1971. Mr. Meyer, Lepke, Warner Bros., 1974. Blind man, Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (also known as Won Ton Ton), Paramount, 1976. Mad Man Mooney, The Muppet Movie, Associated Films, 1979. Female patient, Cracking Up (also known as Smorgasbord), Warner Bros., 1983. Himself, Broadway Danny Rose, Orion, 1984. Himself, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Warner Bros., 1985. Hotel clerk, Driving Me Crazy (also known as Trafafa/ Goes to Hollywood), Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1991. A Century of Cinema (documentary), 1994. Illuzor, Storybook, Republic Pictures, 1995. As a child, appeared in numerous Biograph films. Film Appearances; Host and Narrator of Educational Films: Health in the Later Years, Churchill Films, 1983. Nutrition in the Later Years, Churchill Films, 1983. Physical Fitness in the Later Years, Churchill Films, 1983. Stress in the Later Years, Churchill Films, 1983. Television Appearances: Series: The Texaco Star Theater (also known as The Milton BerleShow), NBC, 1948-53.

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The Milton Berle Show (also known as The BuickBerleShow)f NBC, 1953-55. The Milton Berle Show, NBC, 1955-56. Milton Berle Starring in the Kraft Music Hall (also known as Kraft Music Ha//), NBC, 1958-59. Host, Jackpot Bowling Starring Milton Berle (also known as Jackpot Bowling), NBC, 1960-61. The Milton Berle Show, ABC, 1966-67. Television Appearances; Episodic: MaxLiebman Presents, NBC, 1955. "Material Witness/' Kraft Television Theater, NBC, 1958. Person to Person, CBS, 1959. Himself, "Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos," The Lucy Ball-Desi Arnaz Show, CBS, 1959. The Mus/c Shop, NBC, 1959. "Danny and Milton Quit Show Business/' The Danny Thomas Show (also known as Make Room for Daddy), CBS, 1959. "The Milton Berle Show," The Jack Benny Show, CBS, 1960. "Dear Charlie/' The Barbara Stanwyck Show, NBC, 1961. Eddie Doyle, "Doyle against the House," The Dick PowellShow, NBC, 1961. "A Show of His Own," The Joey Bishop Show, NBC, 1962. "Thunder in a Forgotten Town," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1963. Host, "Charlie's Duet," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1963. "Joey and Milton and Baby Makes Three," The Joey Bishop Show, NBC, 1963. "The Candidate," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1963. "Dead End on Flugel Street," Trials of O'Brien, CBS, 1965. "Lucy Saves Milton Berle," The Lucy Show, CBS, 1965. "The Great Troop Robbery," F-Troop, ABC, 1966. "Murder at NBC," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1966. "Lucy Meets the Berles," The Lucy Show, CBS, 1967. Josiah Freeman, "A Flock of Trouble," The Big Valley, ABC, 1967. Charlie, "Second Greatest Con Artist in the World," / Dream ofjeannie, NBC, 1967. Louie the Lilac, "Louie the Lilac," Batman, ABC, 1967. Louie the Lilac, "Louie's Lethal Lilac Time," Batman, ABC, 1968. "Don't Look Back," Get Smart, NBC, 1968. "I, the People," Ironside, NBC, 1968.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume / 9 "Lucy and the Used Car Dealer," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1969. "Love and the Older Boyfriend," Love, American Sty/e,ABC, 1970. Make Room for Granddaddy, ABC, 1971. "Those Friars," That Girl, ABC, 1971. "Love and the Vacationers," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "And a Little Child Shall Bleed Them/' The Mod Squad, ABC, 1971. "Night Shade," Mannix, CBS, 1971. "Give My Regards to Broadway," McCloud, NBC, 1972. "A Purge of Madness," The Bold Ones: The Doctors, NBC, 1972. Don Adams' Screen Test, syndicated, 1975. "Gotcha," The Love Boat, ABC, 1977. The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1977. "The Harder They Fall," The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. Himself, "The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party," part one, CH/Ps, NBC, 1980. Himself, "The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party," part two, CH/Ps, NBC, 1980. "The Rich Get Richer," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1981. "Zeke and Zelda," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Mickey Miller, General Hospital, ABC, 1981. "Family Business,"American Playhouse, PBS, 1983. "CPR, I.O.U.," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1983. "The BarMitzvah Boy,"D/ff rent Strokes, NBC, 1984. "Grandpa's Secret Life," Gimme a Break, NBC, 1984. "Broadway Malady," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. "Coco Returns," Fame, syndicated, 1985. "Vladimir Zworykin,"/An/Amer/can Portrait, CBS, 1985. The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. "Fine Tuning," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1985. "Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?," The Love Boat, ABC, 1987. Max Jakey, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1991. Alan King: Inside the Comedy Mind, Comedy Central, 1991. Harvey Chase, "Last Laugh," Matlock, ABC, 1993. Saul Howard, "Sentenced to Life," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1994. "Milton Berle: Mr. Television," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1994. Uncle Manny, The Nanny, CBS, 1995. Shelley Litvak, "Body Language," Due South, CBS, 1995. Leoc, Fudge, ABC and CBS, 1995. Edgar Boggs, Sister, Sister, ABC, 1995. Roseanne, ABC, 1995. The History of Rock V Roll (also known as Good Rockin' Tonight), syndicated, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Interviewee, "Liberace: Mr. Showmanship/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Interviewee, "Danny Thomas: Make Room for Danny/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Interviewee, "Sonja Henie: Fire on Ice/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Interviewee, "Phil Silvers: Top Banana," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Also appeared as a guest host, Hollywood Palace, ABC; a guest host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's Saturday Night, Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC; Wise Owl, "Celebrity Roast," Kraft Music Hall, NBC; and in Johnny Mann's Stand Up and Cheer, syndicated. Television Appearances; Movies: Seven in Darkness, ABC, 1969. Harry Fern, Evil Roy Slade, NBC, 1972. The Legend of Valentino, ABC, 1975. Off Your Rocker, 1980. Isaiah, Family Business, 1983. Abe Mercer, Side by Side, CBS, 1988. Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Damon Runyon Memorial Fund (telethon), NBC, 1949. Host, Damon Runyon Memorial Fund (telethon), NBC, 1950. The Big Time, NBC, 1955. Milton Berle Special (two specials), NBC, 1959. M/7ton Berle Special, NBC, 1962. Joys, NBC, 1976. "Have I Got a Christmas for You," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1977. Bob Hope Buys NBC?, NBC, 1985. NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. George Burns' 90th Birthday Special (also known as Kraft Salutes the George Burns 90th Birthday Special), CBS, 1986. Funny, ABC, 1996. "Jonathan Winters: On the Ledge" (also known "The Jonathan Winters Show"), Showtime Comedy Spotlight, Showtime, 1987. It's Howdy Doody Time: A 40-Year Celebration (also known as Howdy Doody's 40th Anniversary and Howdy Doody's 40th Birthday Special), syndicated, 1987. Mr. Fox, NBC Investigates Bob Hope, NBC, 1987. Milton Berle: The Second Time Around, syndicated, 1988. Happy Birthday, Bob—50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC (also known as Happy Birthday, Bob!

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50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC), NBC, 1988. The 75th Anniversary of Beverly Hills (also known as Beverly Hills 75th Diamond jubilee), ABC, 1989. "The World of Jewish Humor," Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Himself, Happy Birthday, Bugs: 50 Looney Years (also known as Happy Birthday, Bugs! 50 Looney Years and Hollywood Celebrates Bugs Bunny's 50th Birthday), CBS, 1990. Bob Hope's Don't Shoot, It's Only Me, NBC, 1990. "Just for Laughs: The Montreal International Comedy Festival" (also known "Just for Laughs IV," "Juste pour Rire IV," and "The Montreal International Comedy Festival"), Showtime Comedy Spotlight, Showtime, 1991. George Burns' 95th Birthday Party, CBS, 1991. Elvis: The Great Performances, CBS, 1992. The Class of the 20th Century, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. A Celebration of Eddy Arnold, TNN, 1992. Bob Hope and Other Young Comedians: The World Laughs, Young and Old (also known as The Comedy Olympics: Starring Bob Hope and Other Young Comedians), NBC, 1992. More of the Best of the Hollywood Palace, ABC, 1993. Laughing Matters (also known as Funny Business), Showtime, 1993. Bob Hope: The First Ninety Years, NBC, 1993. Actor in archival footage, The Unknown Marx Brothers, 1993. TV Nation: Year-in-Review Special, NBC, 1994. The Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special (also known as Ed Sullivan's All-Star Comedy Special and The Very Best of Ed Sullivan IV), CBS, 1995. Voice of Jerry Labello, Jingle Bell Rock (animated), ABC, 1995. Interviewee, "Nichols and May—Take Two/American Masters, PBS, 1996. Steve Allen's 75th Birthday Celebration, PBS, 1997. 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Golden Anniversary, HBO, 1997. Television Work; Specials: Producer, Milton Berle: The Second Time Around, syndicated, 1988. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The Television Academy Hall of Fame, NBC, 1986. The 38th Annual Emmy Awards, 1986. The 41st Annual Emmy Awards, 1989.

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The Television Academy Hall of Fame (also known as The 6th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame), Fox, 1990. The 9th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, The Disney Channel, 1993. The First Annual Comedy Hall of Fame (also known as The Comedy Hall of Fame), NBC, 1993. Presenter, 1993 MTV Video Music Awards (also known as MTV Video Music Awards), MTV, 1993. The Second Annual Comedy Hall of Fame (also known as The 2nd Annual Comedy Hall of Fame), NBC, 1994. Presenter, The 1996 Emmy Awards, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: Sheila, CBS, 1977. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in The Best of Everybody. Radio Appearances: Host, The Texaco Star Theater, 1947-49. Host, The Philip Morris Playhouse, 1947. Also appeared as the host of other shows, including the Berle-Buick Show. WRITINGS Nonfiction: Laughingly Yours, 1939. Out of My Trunk, 1945. Earthquake, 1959. (With Haskel Frankel) Milton Berle: An Autobiography, Delacorte (New York City), 1974. B.S. / Love You, 1987. M/7ton Berle's Private Joke File: Over 10,000 of His Best Gags, Anecdotes, and One-Liners, Crown Publishers (New York City), 1989. More of the Best of Milton Berle's Private ]oke File: 10,000 of the World's Funniest Cags, Anecdotes, and One-Liners, edited by Milt Rosen, Morrow (New York City), 1993. Contributor to periodicals, includingSportand Variety. Teleplays; Episodic: Provided jokes for Picket Fences, CBS. Song Lyrics for Films:

Td Give a Million Dollars/' Manifesto, 1988.

Song Lyrics: Wrote the song lyrics to I'm So Happy I Could Cry, Leave the Dishes in the Sink, Ma, and Sam, You Made the Pants Too Long. SIDELIGHTS Milton Berle's comedy-variety series The Texaco Star Theater (also known as The Milton Berle Show), aired from 1948 to 1953, Tuesday nights at eight o'clock, and played an important role in establishing television as a major entertainment medium. The year it went on the air, critic Jack Gould wrote that "Berle's rapid gags, broad clowning, versatility, and hard work added up to video's first smash hit." Les Brown, in his Encyclopedia of Television, asserted that "the program, beginning in a time when television was a luxury enjoyed chiefly by the wealthier families, helped to spur the sale of television sets to workingclass homes." Because of the phenomenal popularity of The Texaco Star Theater, Berle became known as "Mr. Television." He also gained another nickname, along with family status in thousands of American homes, when one night on the show he told children to heed their parents and go to bed on time: "Now listen to your Uncle Miltie . . . " To this day he remains "Uncle Miltie" in the minds of millions of television viewers. Berle developed the successful comic technique he used in The Texaco Star Theater over a performing career that began at age five, when he won a contest for Charlie Chaplin imitators. He spent much of his childhood working in vaudeville, first as a member of E. F. Wolf's children's acts, then joining with Elizabeth Kennedy to form the team of "Kennedy and Berle," and finally as a solo performer. In the 1930s, Berle often worked as a master of ceremonies at vaudeville and movie houses. During this period, he also began his radio career, which included stints as a regular comedian on several different shows. It was the success of Berle's radio version of The Texaco Star Theater that convinced sponsor Texaco and the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) to let him transfer the show to television. Since Texaco Star Theatre went off the air, Berle recounted in his 1974 autobiography that he has made guest appearances in nearly every major television comedy or dramatic show. He has also appeared in

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 more television shows, movies, and cabaret acts in addition to touring in several plays. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 31, 1993, p. 67. People Weekly, October 27, 1997, pp. 99-100.*

BESSETTE, Denise 1954PERSONAL Born August 25, 1954, in Midland, Ml; daughter of A. Raymond (chair of a chemical corporation) and Doris Anne (Brodeur) Bessette; married Paul John Schneeberger (a stage manager and director), September 4, 1982. Education: Marymount Manhattan College, B.A. (theatre), 1976; attended Marymount College of Tarrytown (NY) for two years; also attended Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (London, England) for one year; studied theatre with William Esper for two years. Avocational interests: Playing the piano, sewing, jogging, enjoying the country, being with her husband and family. Addresses: /Agent—The Sanders Agency, 8831 Sunset Blvd., Suite 304, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Former volunteer, "Under-21" home for runaway youth, New York City. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, Writers' Theatre. Awards, Honors: New Jersey Drama Critics Award, best supporting actress, 1980, for A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Importance of Being Earnest. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Adela, The House ofBernarda Alba, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, England, 1975. Louise, The Runner Stumbles, Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes, NY, 1978. Nancy, Angel Street, Cohoes Music Hall, 1978. Amy, Charley's Aunt, Meadowbrook Theatre, Rochester, Ml, 1979.

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Juliet, Romeo and ]uliet, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Madison, NJ, 1980. Dorine, Tartuffe, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, 1980. Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, 1980. Cecily, The Importance of Being Earnest, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, 1980. Cecily, Travesties, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, 1980. Actress number three, The Dining Room, Huntington Theatre, Boston, MA, 1982. Helen Keller, Monday after the Miracle, Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1984. The Importance of Being Earnest, GeVa Theatre, Rochester/NY, 1985-86. Dunyasha, Fathers and Sons, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1987-88. Rose Weiss, A Shayna Maidel, Delaware Theatre Company, Wilmington, DE, 1990-91. Also appeared as Little Miss, La Ronde, Spectrum Theatre, New York City; Margery Pinchwife, The Country Wife, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; Amy, The Show-off, and Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream, both Asolo State Theatre, Sarasota, FL; Muriel, Ah! Wilderness, GeVa Theatre; Lady Anne, Richard III, American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT, and John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC; Grazielle, At 50, She Discovered the Sea, and Delilah, The War Brides, both New Play Festival, Peoples Light and Theatre Co., Malvern, PA; Ellen Terry, Freshwater, Gene Frankel Theatre, New York City; Natasha, War and Peace, Symphony Space, then New School for Social Research, and the United Nations, all New York City; Lady Agatha, The Admirable Crichton, Spectrum Theatre; Nantelle, Glory Halleluiah!, Vandam, New York City; Ruthie, The Desk Set, Equity Library Theatre, New York City; member of the ensemble, The Tattler, New Dramatists Theatre, New York City; and Jan, The Art of SelfDefense, Manhattan Punch Line One-Acts, New York City. Film Appearances: Sophia, Agent on Ice, Shapiro, 1985. Jim's wife, Payback, Trimark Pictures, 1995. Also appeared as Sylvia Matera, And Then You Die, Louis and Clark Productions. Television Appearances; Movies: Murder between Friends, 1994. Mrs. Kramer, Home Invasion, NBC, 1997.

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Television Appearances; Episodic: Petite woman, "The Homecoming Queen/' Dream On, HBO, 1994. Therapist, Seinfeld, NBC, 1996. SIDELIGHTS Earlier in CTFT, Bessette indicated that she has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe and is "very concerned about world peace and the condition of the world into which we are introducing the next generation."

BLAIR, Linda 1959PERSONAL Full name, Linda Denise Blair; born January 22,1959, in St. Louis, MO; daughter of James Fredrick (an executive headhunted and Elinore (a real estate agent; maiden name, Leitch) Blair. Avocational Interests: Animals, training and showing horses. Addresses: Office—Ruth Webb Enterprises, 13834 Magnolia Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423; 8033 Sunset Blvd., Suite 204, Los Angeles, CA 90046.

Barby, The Sporting Club, Avco Embassy, 1970. Regan MacNeil, The Exorcist, Warner Bros., 1973. Janice Abbott, Airport '75, Universal, 1974. Regan MacNeil, Exorcist II: The Heretic, Warner Bros., 1977. Terry Barkley, Ro//er Boogie, United Artists, 1979. Hank Bradford, Wild Horse Hank, Film Consortium of Canada, 1979. Marti, Hell Night, Compass, 1981. Jenny Bellows, Ruckus (also known as The Loner), New World, 1982. Carol Henderson, Chained Heat, Jensen Farley, 1983. Sue Perman, Night Patrol, New World, 1985. Brenda, Savage Streets, Motion Picture Marketing, 1985. Daly, Savage Island, Empire, 1985. Christine Carlson, Reef Heat, Vestron, 1985. Carla and song performer, Nightforce, Vestron, 1987. Doris, SFX Retaliator, 1987. Vickie Adderly, Up Your Alley, Curb/Esquire Films, 1988. Sara, S//ent Assassins, Forum, 1988. Lisa, Grotesque, Media Home Entertainment, 1988. Jane Brooks, Witchcraft (also known as Witchery), Vidmark, 1989. Evie Barnes, Bad Blood, Platinum Pictures, 1989. Mary Hampton, The Chilling (also known as A Woman Obsessed) Hemdale Home Video, 1989.

Aunt Millie's Will, 1989.

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Miss Mitchell, Zapped Again, Nelson Entertainment, 1990. Sophie Stevens, Bedroom Eyes II, Vidmark, 1990. Nettie Ridgeway, Bail Out (also known as W. B., Blue and the Bean), Vestron Video, 1990. Nancy Aglet, Repossessed, New Line Cinema, 1990. Dr. Sally Tyler, Moving Target, Laguna Productions, 1990. Maggie Healey, Dead Sleep, Village Roadshow Production, 1991. Phone (short), Cowboy Films, 1992. Leonie Stevens, Fatal Bond, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1992. Professor Claudia Whyle, Double Blast, Vidmark, 1994. Amelia, Sorceress, Triboro Entertainment, 1994. Skins (also known as Gang Boys), Sunset Films International, 1995. Obnoxious Reporter, Scream, Miramax, 1996. Lieutenant Cody Johnson, Prey of the jaguar, JFW Productions, 1996. Tiara, a biker chick, Cross Country, Quickstar Productions, 1998.

Film Appearances: Sara Aid ridge, The Way We Live Now, United Artists, 1969.

Film Work: Associate producer, Grotesque, Media Home Entertainment, 1988.

Career: Actress. Also worked as a model and appeared in commercials; actively involved in animal rights and with charitable organizations, including the Dolphin Research Center, Feed the Children, Last Chance for Animals, Cancer Society, and Diabetes Association. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Horse Shows Association. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, Golden Globe Award, best actress in a supporting role, Golden Globe Award nomination, most promising newcomer—female, and People's Choice Award, all 1974, for The Exorcist; three Favorite Actress Awards, Bravo Magazine; Favorite Actress Award, South America, 1977; Alcoholics Anonymous Award for Sarah T.—Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Appearances; Series: Allyn Jaffa, Hidden Faces, NBC, 1968-69. Television Appearances; Movies: Christine, Bom Innocent, NBC, 1974. Sarah Travis, Sarah T.—Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic, NBC, 1975. Doris Mae Withers, Sweet Hostage, ABC, 1975. Ghana Vilnofsky, Victory at Entebbe (also known as Terror in the Aisles), ABC, 1976. Rachel Bryant, Stranger in Our House (also known as Summer of Fear), NBC, 1978. Jane Mader, Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? The Bambi Bembenek Story, ABC, 1992. Hannah Hawkes, Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride, NBC, 1992. Television Appearances; Episodic: Interviewee, The Mike Douglas Show, syndicated, 1974. "Shadow Games/' Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. "Cold Feet/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. Jane Pascal, "Murder Takes the Bus," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Contestant, Win, Lose or Draw, NBC, 1988. "Halloween Week," Win, Lose or Draw, NBC, 1988. "La Strega/' Monsters, syndicated, 1989. The New Hollywood Squares, syndicated, 1989. "Former Child Stars," This Evening, syndicated, 1989. Jenny Larson, "Jenny's Chance," MacCyver, ABC, 1990. Ida Mae, "Magnificent Seven," Married . . . With Children, fox, 1992. Robin's Hoods, syndicated, 1994. Voice of Selene, "Witchy Woman," Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), 1997.

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Presenter, The Ninth Annual Genesis Awards, Discovery Channel, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, March 21, 1997, p. 92. People, November 29, 1993, p. 81.*

BLAIR, Pam See BLAIR, Pamela

BLAIR, Pamela 1949(Pam Blair) PERSONAL Born December 5, 1949, in Bennington, VT; daughter of Edgar Joseph and Geraldine Marie (Cummings) Blair; married Donald Scardino (an actor and director), September 14, 1984. Education: Studied at Morris County College; attended National Academy of Ballet; studied acting with Uta Hagen. Addresses: /Agent—Bauman-HiHer, 250 West 57th St., Suite 2223, New York, NY 10107. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, outstanding guest performer, daytime drama series, for All My Children. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Pilots: Rock Comedy, syndicated, 1982. On Top All Over of the World, syndicated, 1985. Television Appearances; Specials: Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes, CBS, 1977. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1982. Celebrity Daredevils, ABC, 1983. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1983. The Wildest West Show of the Stars, CBS, 1986. America Picks the All-Time Favorite Movies (also known as America's Favorite Movies), ABC, 1988. Fifteenth Annual Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1990. The Golden Globe's 50th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1994.

Stage Appearances: Dancer, Promises, Promises, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1968. Standby for lead, Sugar, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1972. Curley's wife, Of Mice and Men, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 1974. Val,/A Chorus Line, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, then Shubert Theatre, 1975. Amber, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1978. Jeunefille, K/ng of Hearts, Boston, MA, later Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1978. Cilia, The Hit Parade, Manhattan Punch Line, New York City, 1985.

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Maylis, One Two Three Four Five (also known as 72-3-4-5), Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1988-89. Lieutenant Commander Joanne Galloway, A Few Cood Men, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1990. Mary, The Sausage Eaters, Westbeth Theatre Center, New York City, 1993.

Addresses: Home—71 Second Ave., New York, NY 10003. Agent—Writers and Artists, 19 West 44th St., Suite 1000, New York, NY 10036.

Appeared in The Nerd, Seesaw, and Wild and Wonderful, all Broadway productions, New York City; appeared off-Broadway in Ballad of Boris K., Double Feature, Real Life Funnies, and Split.

Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Canadian Actors' Equity Association, Sierra Club.

Film Appearances: (As Pam Blair) Annette, Annie, Columbia, 1982. Dawn, Me and Veronica, Arrow Releasing, 1992. Member of the Greek chorus, Mighty Aphrodite, Miramax, 1995. Dr. Ryan's assistant, Before and After (also known as Before & After), Buena Vista, 1996. Voices of a flight attendant and a White House tour guide, Beavis and Butt-head Do America, Paramount, 1996.

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Television Appearances; Series: Rita Mae Bristow, Loving (also known as The City), ABC, 1983. Television Appearances; Movies: Trish, Svengali (movie), CBS, 1983. Television Appearances; Episodic: Aileen Wojak, Law and Order (also known as Law & Order), NBC, 1993. Also appeared in All My Children, ABC.*

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Born December 6, 1928, in New York, NY; son of Donald C. (a government employed diplomat and teacher) and Dorothea (a linguist and hostess; maiden name, Chambers) Blaisdell; married Marlene DeKay, May 26, 1956 (divorced, 1975); married Ann Mathews (a stage manager), October 29, 1984; children: (first marriage) Geoffrey, Andrew, Robert, Jenny. Education: Amherst College, B.A., 1951; Columbia University, M.F.A., 1958; attended the University of Iowa, 1965-68; studied at the Paul Mann Actors Workshop.

Career: Actor and teacher. Taught academic courses at the college level, 1960-70; University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, associate professor of theater, 197075. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps., 1951-54.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Abe Lincoln, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, New Salem, IL, as part of the Illinois Sesquicentennial celebration, 1968. Dogberry, Much Ado About Nothing, Court Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1975. Seth Beckwith, Mourn/ng Becomes Electra, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, 1975. Howie Newsom, Our Town, Goodman Theatre, 1975. Friar Lawrence, Romeo and Juliet, Court Theatre, 1976. Bill Skittles, Sitcom, St. Nicholas Theatre Company, Chicago, IL, 1976. (Off Broadway debut) Old Man Joseph and His Family, Chelsea Theatre, New York City, 1977. Sergeant Blecher, Guests of the Nation, Colonnades Theatre Lab, New York City, 1977-81. Max Abramson, Ballroom in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Colonnades Theatre Lab, 1977-81. One-eyed musketeer, Moliere in Spite of Himself, Colonnades Theatre Lab, 1977-81. (New York debut) Count d'Orssini, Moliere in Spite of Himself, 1978. Sea Captain, Twelfth Night, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1979. Soothsayer, /u//us Caesar, American Shakespeare Festival, 1979. Gibbet, Beaux Strategem, Hartford Stage Company, 1980. Slim, Of Mice and Men, Philadelphia Drama Guild, 1981. Bennie, Getting Out, A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle, W A, 1981. Major Reno, Custer, A Contemporary Theatre, 1981. D.J. Thomas, A Child's Christmas in Wales, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, OH, 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Major Brigg, Savages, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1982. Peter Stockmann, An Enemy of the People, Alaska Repertory Theatre, 1982. Psychiatrist, Invitation from the Asylum, Citadel Theatre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1983. Peter Shirley, Major Barbara, Alaska Repertory Theatre, 1983. Abner Spragg, Custom of the Country, Shakespeare & Co., Lennox, MA, 1984. Big Daddy, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Center Stage, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1984. Reverend Charlie Bowers, Ballad of Soapy Smith, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1984. Abner Spragg, Custom of the Country, Second Stage Theatre, New York City, 1985. Duncan, Macbeth, American Stage Festival, Milford, NH, 1985. Inspector Thomas, The Unexpected Guest, American Stage Festival, 1985. Candy, Of Mice and Men, Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1985. Old Man, Fool for Love, Citadel Theatre, 1986. Huck Finn, Boys in Autumn: Huck 'n' Tom Grow'd Up, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis, IN, 1986. The Winter's Tale, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1986-87. The Tempest, Virginia Stage Company, Norfolk, VA, 1986-87. Milton Perry, The Immigrant, American Jewish Theatre, Susan Bloch Theatre, New York City, 1989. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, on Broadway, 1990. Drunken Santa/Judge, Here's Love, Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT, 1991. Ferapont, Three Sisters, Atlantic Theatre, New York City, 1991. Priest, Yokohama Duty, Soho Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1991. Conductor, Grandchild of Kings, Theatre forthe New City, New York City, 1992. Milton, The Immigrant, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1992-93. Ben Mattling, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Vivian Beaumont Theater, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1993-94.

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Bass, Summer Heat, Atlantic, 1987. Hank, Funny Farm, Warner Bros., 1988. Warden Hartman, Dead Man Walking, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Old Fritz, Palookaville, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995. Mr. Cole, The Journey of August King, Miramax,

1995. Grandfather, Reckless, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995. Homeless man, Mrs. Winterbourne, TriStar/Sony Pictures Classic, 1996. Ed Green, Addicted to Love, Miramax, 1997. Billy's Dad, In and Out, Paramount, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Sergeant Belcher, "Guests of the Nation/' Great Performances, PBS, 1981. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Lyndon Johnson, Kennedy, NBC, 1983. The Murder of Mary Phagan (also known as The Ballad of Mary P/iagan), NBC, 1988. Television Appearances; Episodic: JohnTierney, "Progenitor/' Law & Order, NBC, 1995. "To Your Health/' Oz, HBO, 1997.*

BORGNINE, Ernest 1917(?)PERSONAL Born Ermes Effron Borgnino, January 24,1917 (some sources say 1915 or 1918), in Hamden, CT; son of Charles B. and Anna (Bosselli) Borgnino; married Rhoda Kemins, 1948 (divorced, 1959); married Katy Jurado (an actress), 1959 (divorced, 1963); married Ethel Merman (an actress and singer), July, 1964 (divorced, 1964); married Donna Rancourt, 1964 (one source says 1965; divorced, 1972); married Tova Newman (some sources cite surname as Traesnaes; a cosmetics entrepreneur), 1972; children: (first marriage) Nancy; (fourth marriage) Sharon, Christopher. Education: Studied acting at the Randall School of Dramatic Art, Hartford, CT. Addresses: Manager— Bensky Entertainment, 15030 Ventura Blvd., Suite 343, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403.

Also appeared in/A Cup of Coffee and Quincy Blues. Film Appearances: Policeman no. 5, Ragtime, Paramount, 1981. Sheriff Nightblack, Eddie Macon's Run, Universal, 1982.

Career: Actor. Barter Theatre, Abingdon, VA, member of repertory company, 1946-50. Military service: U.S. Navy, gunner's mate on destroyers, 1935-45. Member: Masons (Order of the Grand Cross).

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Awards, Honors: Academy Award, New York Film Critics Award, and Cannes Festival Award, all best actor, British Academy Award, best foreign actor, all 1955, and Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actor—drama, 1956, all tor Marty; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor, 1980, for All Quiet on the Western Front; honorary mayor, Universal City Studios. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Mrs. McThing, American National Theatre and Academy Theatre, New York City, 1952. Also appeared in Harvey, American National Theatre and Academy Theatre. Film Appearances: Hu Chang, China Corsair, Columbia, 1951. Joe Castro, The Mob (also known as Remember That Face), Columbia, 1951. Bill Street, The Whistle at Eaton Falls (also known as Richer Than the Earth and Whistle at Eaton Falls), Columbia, 1951. Sergeant "Fatso" Judson, From Here to Eternity, Columbia, 1953. Bull Slager, The Stranger Wore a Gun, Columbia, 1953. Rachin, The Bounty Hunter (also known as Bounty Hunter), Warner Bros., 1954. Strabo, Demetrius and the Gladiators, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954. Bart Lonergan,/ohnny Guitar, Republic, 1954. Donnegan, Vera Cruz, United Artists, 1954. Coley Trimble, Bad Day at Black Rock, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1955. Mike Radin, The Last Command (also known as Last Command), Republic, 1955. Marty Pilletti, Marty, United Artists, 1955. Morgan, Run for Cover, Paramount, 1955. Bernie Browne, The Square jungle (also known as Square Jungle), Universal, 1955. Stadt, Violent Saturday, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1955. Lew Brown, The Best Things in Life Are Free, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956. Tom Hurley, The Catered Affair (also known as Catered Affair and Wedding Breakfast), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Shep Horgan,/uba/, Columbia, 1956. Bernie Goldsmith, Three Brave Men, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1957. John McBain, The Badlanders (also known as Badlanders), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958.

Lieutenant Archer Sloan, Torpedo Run, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1958. King Ragnar, The Vikings, United Artists, 1958. Eddie Colt, The Rabbit Trap (also known as Rabbit Trap), United Artists, 1959. Boris Mitrov, Man on a 5tr/ng (also known as Confessions of a Counterspy and Ten Years of a Counterspy), Columbia, 1960. Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino, Pay or Die, Allied Artists, 1960. Pete Stratton, Go Naked in the World, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1961. // Re di Poggioreale, 1961. The Last Judgement (also known as // Ciudizio Universale and Le Jugement Dernier), 1961. Roo, Season of Passion (also known as Summer of the Seventeenth Doll and Summer of the 17th Doll), United Artists, 1961. Lucius, Barabbas (also known as Barabba), Columbia, 1962. Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale, McHale's Navy, Universal, 1964. Trucker Cobb, F//ght of the Phoenix (also known as The F//ght of the Phoenix), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1965. Barney Yale, The Oscar, Embassy, 1966. Sergeant Otto Hansbach, Chuka (also known as Chuka: The Cunfighter), Paramount, 1967. General Sam Worden, The Dirty Dozen, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Boris Vaslov, Ice Station Zebra, Filmways/MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Barney Sheehan, The Legend of Lylah Clare (also known as Legend of Lylah Clare), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Bert Clinger, The Split, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Vengeance Is Mine (also known as Quei Disperati che Puzzano di Sudore et di Morte), Atlantida, 1969. Dutch Engstrom, The Wild Bunch, Warner Bros., 1969. Los Desperados, 1969. Fat Cat, The Adventurers, Paramount, 1970. Don Pedro Sandoval,/A Bullet for Sandoval, Universal, 1970. Sheriff Harve, Suppose They Cave a War and Nobody Came? (also known as War Games), Cinerama, 1970. Bill Green, Bunny O'Hare, American International Pictures, 1971. Emmett Clemens, Hannie Caulder, Paramount, 1971. Dictator, Rain for a Dusty Summer, Do-Bar, 1971. Ripped Off (also known as The Boxer, Counter Punch, Murder in the Ring, Ripped-Off, Tough Guy, and

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Un (Jomo dalla Pelle Dura), Cinema Shares, 1971. Al Martin, Willard, Cinerama, 1971. Himself, Film Portrait (documentary), 1972. Mike Rogo, The Poseidon Adventure, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Hoop, The Revengers, National General, 1972. Shack, Emperor of the North Pole (also known as Emperor of the North), Twentieth Century Fox, 1973. Don "Mack" Mackay, The Neptune Factor (also known as The Neptune Disaster, Underwater Odyssey and An Underwater Odyssey), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Cy, Law and Disorder, Columbia, 1974. Jonathan Corbis, The Devil's Rain, Bryanston, 1975. Santoro, Hustle, Paramount, 1975. Adam Smith, Sunday in the Country (also known as Vengeance Is Mine), American International Pictures, 1975. Natale in Casa di Appuntomento (also known as Christmas at the Brothel, Christmas Time in a Brothel, and Love by Appointment), and 1976. Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (also known as Won Ton Ton), Paramount, 1976. Lou, Shoot, Avco-Embassy, 1976. Angelo Dundee, The Greatest, Columbia, 1977. Lyle Wallace, Convoy, United Artists, 1978. John Canty, Crossed Swords (also known as The Prince and the Pauper), Warner Bros., 1978. Harry Booth, The Black Hole, Buena Vista, 1979. Rann, The Ravagers (also known as Ravagers), Columbia, 1979. Firat, The Double McGuffin, Mulberry Square, 1979. Tom Conti, When Time Ran Out (also known as Earth's Final Fury), Warner Bros., 1980. Isaiah Schmidt, Deadly Blessing, United Artists, 1981. Cabbie, Escape from New York, Avco-Embassy, 1981. Clint, High Risk, American Cinema, 1981. Sergeant Willy Dunlop, Super Fuzz (also known as Supersnooper, Super-Snooper, and Poliziotto Superpio), Avco-Embassy, 1981. Lt. Bob Carrigan, Young Warriors, Cannon, 1983. The White Stallion, 1984. Frank Fletcher, Codename: Wild Geese (also known as Codename Wildgeese, Code Name: Wild Geese, and Ceheimecode Wildganse), Entertainment, 1985. Ben Robeson, The Manhunt (also known as Manhunt, Caccia all'Uomo, and Cane Arrabbiato), Samuel Goldwyn, 1986. /so/a del Tesoro, 1986. Baldo Cacetti, Spike of Bensonhurst, Film Dallas, 1988.

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Bischof, Real Men Don't Eat Gummi Bears (also known as Gummibarchen Kusst Man Nicht), [Germany], 1989. Professor Braun, Laser Mission (also known as Soldier of Fortune), Interfilm L.A./Azimuth, 1989. Colonel Smith, Skeleton Coast (also known as Coast of Skeletons), Silvertree, 1989. Qualcuno Paghera, 1989. Turnaround, 1989. Victor, The Opponent, Dania, 1990. Captain Morrison, Moving Target, Laguna Productions, 1990. Himself, Mistress, Rainbow Releasing/Tribeca Productions, 1992. Doctor, Tides of War, Arrow Releasing, 1994. Arty, Captiva Island (also known as Captiva), R S Entertainment, 1995. The Legend of O. B. Taggert, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1995. Voice of Carface,/A// Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (animated; also known as All Dogs Goto Heaven II), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. The Wild Bunch: An Album Montage (short film), Warner Bros., 1996. Cobra, McHale's Navy, Universal, 1997. Caesar, Gattaca (also known as The Eighth Day), Columbia, 1997. BASEketball, Universal, 1998. Also appeared inCapta/n Hankel, Madam Capri and Her Girls, and Strike Force. Television Appearances; Series: Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale, McHale's Navy, ABC, 1962-66. Officer Joe Cleaver, Future Cop, ABC, 1977. Dominic Santini, Airwolf (also known as Air Wolf and Lone Wo//), CBS, 1984-85. Manny Cordova, The Single Guy, NBC, 1995-97. Voice of Carface, All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series, syndicated, 1996—. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Centurion,/esus of Nazareth (also known as Gesu di Nazareth), NBC, 1977. J. Edgar Hoover, Blood Feud, syndicated, 1983. Marcus, The Last Days of Pompeii, ABC, 1984. Lion, Alice in Wonderland, CBS, 1985. Billy Bones, Treasure Island, RAI-2 (Italy), 1987. Television Appearances; Pilots: Lieutenant Commander Quinton McHale, "Seven against the Sea" (pilotforMc/~/a/e's Navy), Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1962.

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Joe Cleaver, Future Cop, ABC, 1976. Joe Cleaver, The Cops and Robin (also known as Cops and Robin), NBC, 1978. Take One Starring Jonathan Winters, NBC, 1981. Television Appearances; Episodic: Debbie Reynolds' Movie Memories, 1991. Eddie Phillips, Home Improvement, ABC, 1991. Voice characterization, The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1993. Appeared as Nargola, Captain Video and His Video Rangers, Dumont; also appeared in Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, NBC; Fireside Theatre, NBC; The General Electric Theatre, CBS; Laramie, NBC; Little House on the Prairie, NBC; The Love Boat, ABC; Murder, She Wrote, CBS; Navy Log, CBS and ABC; Philco TV Playhouse, NBC; Wagon Train, NBC and ABC; and Zane Grey Theatre, CBS. Television Appearances; Movies: Deputy Sam Hill, Sam Hill: Who Killed the Mysterious Mr. Foster? (also known as Sam Hill: Who Killed Mr. Foster?), NBC, 1971. Sam Paxton, The Trackers (also known as No Trumpets, No Drums), ABC, 1971. Vince Boselli, Twice in a Lifetime, NBC, 1974. Sam Brisbane, Fire!, NBC, 1977. Dom Cimoli, The Ghost of Flight 401, NBC, 1978. Stanislaus Katczinskyk, All Quiet on the Western Front, CBS, 1979. Mickey Doyle, Carpool, CBS, 1983. Senator Brighton, Love Leads the Way, The Disney Channel, 1984. General Sam Worden, The Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission (also known as The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission), NBC, 1985. General Sam Worden, The Dirty Dozen: The Deadly Mission, NBC, 1987. General Sam Worden, The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission (also known as The Dirty Dozen: Fatal Mission), NBC, 1988. Oc/ano, 1989. Sal 'The Salami" Piccolo, lake Spanner, Private Eye (also known as Hoodwinked, ]ack Spanner, Back on the Case, and The Old Dick), USA Network, 1989. Emil Danzig,/Appearances, NBC, 1990. Gantz, Any Man's Death, 1990. The Last Match (also known as Last Match), 1990. Dr. Gruber, T/eraerzt/n Christine, 1993. Hans Kroger, Der Blaue Diamant, 1993. Dr. Gruber, T/eraerzt/n Christine II, 1995.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Also appeared in The Burning Shore and Mountain of Diamonds. Television Appearances; Specials: The General Motors 50th Anniversary Show, NBC, 1957. The Andy Williams Show, NBC, 1963. The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1967. What's Up, America?, NBC, 1971. Portrait in Granite: The Vince Lombard/ Story (also known as Legend in Granite: The Vince Lombard/ 5tory, 1973. The Rowan and Martin Special, NBC, 1973. Sandy in Disneyland, CBS, 1974. The Funniest ]oke I Ever Heard, ABC, 1984. The Hollywood Christmas Parade (also known as The Hollywood Christmas Parade), 1987. This is Your Life, 1987. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, 1990. MGM: When the Lion Roars (also known as The MGM Story), TNT, 1992. 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Golden Anniversary, HBO, 1997. Interviewee, Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western, TNT, 1997. Also appeared in Billy the Kid. OTHER SOURCES: Periodicals: Movieline, 1996, volume 7, issue 8, p. 30.*

BRACKEN, Eddie 1920PERSONAL Original name, Edward Vincent Bracken; born February 7, 1920, in New York (some sources say Astoria), NY; son of Joseph L. and Catherine Bracken; married Connie Nickerson (an actress), September 25, 1939; children: five. Education: Attended the New York City Professional Children's School for Actors. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Office—69 Douglas Rd., Glen Ridge, NJ 07028-1227. Career: Actor and director. Co-owner, Staircase Theatre, beginning in 1970. Also worked as a singer in

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 vaudeville and nightclubs. Performer with the USO at U.S. Army installations in the South Pacific and in the United States. CREDITS Film Appearances: Brother Rat, Warner Bros., 1938. Jo Jo Jordan and performer of song "I Didn't Know What Time It Was/' Too Many Girls, RKO, 1940. Dizzy Stevens, Life with Henry, Paramount, 1941. Benny Morgan, Reaching for the Sun, Paramount, 1941. Bert, Caught in the Draft, Paramount, 1941. Jack Mitchell, Sweater Girl, Paramount, 1942. Barney Waters, The Fleet's In, Paramount, 1942. Johnny Webster, Star Spangled Rhythm, Paramount, 1942. George Bodell, Young and Willing (also known as Out of the Frying Pan), United Artists, 1943. Wally Case, Happy Go Lucky, Paramount, 1943. Norval Jones, The Miracle of Morgan's Creek, Paramount, 1944. Woodrow Lafayette Pershing Truesmith, Hail the Conquering Hero, Paramount, 1944. Toby Smith, Rainbow Island, Paramount, 1944. Herbie Fenton, Out of This World, Paramount, 1945. Ogden Spencer Trulow III, Hold That Blonde, Paramount, 1945. Guest, Duffy's Tavern, Paramount, 1945. J. Newport Bates, Bring on the Girls, Paramount, 1945. Henry Haskell, Ladies' Man, Paramount, 1947. P. P. Porterhouse III, Fun on a Weekend, United Artists, 1947. Chuck Donovan, The Girl from /ones Beach, Warner Bros., 1949. Orvi lie Wingair, Summer Stock (also known as If You Like Singing), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1950. Lew Conway, Two Tickets to Broadway, RKO, 1951. Boff Roberts, About Face, Warner Bros., 1952. Willie Fisher, We're Not Married, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1952. Frederick Winthrop Clopp,A Slight Case of Larceny, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953. Narrator, Wild Wild World (animated short), Warner Bros., 1960. Una Domenica d'estate (also known as Always on Sunday and A Summer Sunday), 1962. Voice of archy, Shinbone Alley (animated), Allied Artists, 1971. Roy Walley, National Lampoon's Vacation (also known as Vacation), Warner Bros., 1983. Five Spot Charlie, Oscar, Buena Vista, 1991.

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Mr. Duncan, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Bob Carson, Rookie of the Year, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1993. Old timer, Baby's Day Out, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994. Film Appearances; Serials: Rich boy, Our Gang, 1920s. Kiddie Trouper, 1920s. Television Appearances; Series: Panelist, Make the Connection, NBC, 1955. Host, Masquerade Party, NBC, 1957. Father Burke, Winnetka Road, NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Panelist, I've Cot a Secret, CBS, 1952. "A Question of Rank," Gulf Playhouse, NBC, 1952. "Mr. Berger/'Cu/fP/ayhouse, NBC, 1952. "It Happened in a Pawnshop/' Ford Theater (also known as The Ford Television Theater), NBC, 1953. "The Corporal and the Lady/' Lux Video Theater, CBS, 1953. "Simplon Express/' Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, CBS, 1953. "Suit Yourself/' Goodyear Playhouse, NBC, 1955. "A Likely Story," Studio One, CBS, 1955. "Mr. Belvedere," The 20th Century-Fox Hour, CBS, 1955. Front Row Center, CBS, 1956. "Formosa Patrol," Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, CBS, 1956. "The Peabodys," Ethel Barrymore Theater, syndicated, 1956. "The Marriage Plan," Ford Theater (also known as The Ford Television Theater), ABC, 1956. "Awake with Fear," Alcoa Hour, NBC, 1957. "False Witness," C//max, NBC, 1957. "The Award Winner," Studio One, CBS, 1958. "A Day of Small Miracles," The David Niven Show, NBC, 1959. "archy and mehitabel/'P/axoft/ie Week, syndicated, 1960. "Another Time, Another War," The Roaring Twenties, ABC, 1961. "Like My Own Brother," Going My Way, ABC, 1962. "Mr. Jones and Monday," Lamp unto My Feet, CBS, 1963. "Incident of the Clown," Rawhide, CBS, 1963. "Who Killed April?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1964. "Incident of the Pied Piper," Rawhide, CBS, 1964. "Who Killed the Card?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1965.

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The New Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1973. "The Adventure of the Hard Hearted Huckster/' Ellery Queen, NBC, 1976. "A Case of the Stubborns," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1984. Barney Ogden, "Armed Response/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. "Boo," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1986. "A Friendly Game of Showdown/' Bracken's World, NBC, 1986. Father Patrick, Wiseguy, CBS, 1990. "The Maker/' Monsters, 1990. Vernon Hood, The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1994. "Mickey Rooney: Hollywood's Little Giant, "B/ography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Pepper Canarsie, "Like a Brother," Remember WENN, American Movie Classics, 1997. Also appeared in Blacke's Magic, Cheers, Empty Nest, and The Golden Girls, all NBC; and Missing Persons, ABC. Television Appearances; Movies: Voice of Mole, The Wind in the Willows, ABC, 1987. Grandpa, "Arthur Miller's The American Clock" (also known as "The American Clock"), TNT 5creenwor/cs, TNT, 1993. Dr. Charles Alexander, Assault at West Point (also known as Conduct Unbecoming: The CourtMartial of Johnson Whittaker and The CourtMartial of Johnson Whittaker), Showtime, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: The Strawberry Blonde, NBC, 1959. Mr. Simpson, The Haunted Trailer, 1977. Cap'n Andy Hawkes and performer of songs "Parade and Ballyhoo" and "Why Do I Love You?," "Show Boat" (also known as "Showboat"), Great Performances, PBS, 1989. "Preston Sturges: The Rise and Fall of an American Dreamer," American Masters (documentary), PBS, 1990. Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II, American Movie Classics, 1991. Also appeared in It Runs in the Family. Stage Appearances: Lottery, 1930. Western Union boy, The Man on Stilts, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1931. Hank Parkes, The Lady Refuses, Bijou Theatre, New York City, 1933.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 A boy, The Drunkard, American Music Hall, New York City, 1934. Alfred, Life's Too Short, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1935. Cadet Brown, 5o Proudly We Hail, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1935. A plumber, Iron Men, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1936. Billy Randolph, Brother Rat, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1937. Hal, What a Life, Biltmore Theatre, 1938. Jo Jo Jordan, Too Many Girls, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1939. Richard Sherman, The Seven Year Itch, Fulton Theatre, New York City, 1955. archy,5h/njbone/4//ey/ Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1957. Erwin Trowbridge, Three Men on a Horse, Drury Lane, London, England, 1957. Charles Wykeham, Where's Charley?, Music Theatre, Columbus, OH, 1958. Kreton, Visit to a Small Planet, Grist Mill Playhouse, Andover, NJ, 1958. Pistol, Beg, Borrow or Steal, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1960. Howard Bevins, Hot September, Shubert Theatre, Boston, MA, 1965. Felix Unger, The Odd Couple, Plymouth Theatre, 1966. Harry Lamert, Never Too Late, Country Dinner Playhouse, Dallas, TX, 1973. Hot Line to Heaven (also known as Hotline to Heaven), Country Dinner Playhouse, 1975. Cap'n Andy Hawkes, Show Boat, Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ, 1985 and 1988-89, also produced in Cairo, Egypt, in 1988. Marvel, an Emerald City guard, and the title role, The Wizard of Oz, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1992. Bill, It Runs in the Family, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1993-94. Appeared as a purser, The Good Ship Leviathan, Knights of Columbus Theatre, Astoria, NY; and as a toymaker, Babes in Toyland, Houston Grand Opera, Houston, TX; also appeared in other productions, including Power of a Dream. Stage Work: Producer, Beg, Borrow or Steal, Martin Beck Theatre, 1960. Director, How to Make a Man, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1961. Major Tours: Henry Aldrich, What a Life, U.S. cities, 1939.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Richard Sherman, The Seven Year Itch, U.S. cities, 1953-54, 1956, and 1959. Charlie Reader, The Tender Trap, U.S. cities, 195354 and 1956. George MacCauley, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, U.S. cities, 1953-54 and 1956. Sakini, The Teahouse of the August Moon, U.S. cities, 1956. Augie Poole, The Tunnel of Love, U.S. cities, 1958. Jack Jordan, Say Darling, U.S. cities, 1959. Fergie Howard, The Golden Fleecing, U.S. cities, 1960. Og the Leprechaun, Finian's Rainbow, U.S. cities, 1960. Ensign Pulver, Mr. Roberts, U.S. cities, 1960. Richard Pawling, George, and Chuck, You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running, U.S. cities, 1967-68. The Girl in the Freudian Slip, U.S. cities, 1972. Born Yesterday, U.S. cities, 1974. The Sunshine Boys, U.S. cities, 1975. Horace Vandergelder, He//o, Dolly!, U.S. cities, 1977-78, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1978, then Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, England, 1979, later Shaftesbury Theatre, London, England, 1980. Sugar Babies, Australian cities, 1986-87. The Wizard of Oz, Australian cities, 1992. Stage Work; Major Tours: Director, What a Life, U.S. cities, 1939. WRITINGS Radio Shows: The Bob Hope Show, 1934-36. Other Writings:

Author of syndicated column "Crackin' with Bracken/'*

BREGMAN, Martin 1931PERSONAL Born May 18, 1931, in New York, NY; son of Leon and Ida (Granowski) Bregman; married Elizabeth Driscoll (divorced); married Cornelia Sharpe (an actress); children: Michael Scott, Christopher Neill, Marissa Cornelia. Education: Attended Indiana University and New York University.

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Addresses: Office—Martin Bregman Productions, Inc., 641 Lexington Ave., Suite 1400, New York, NY 10022. Career: Producer. New York Advisory Council for Motion Pictures, Radio and Television, co-founder, 1974, chairperson, 1976-91; M & M Productions, founder (with Michael Caine), c. 1992; Martin Bregman Productions, Inc., founder and owner; Dean's council of Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, board member; worked as a manager for Al Pacino, Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, Alan Alda, Bette Midler, Candice Bergen, and others. Awards, Honors: (With Martin Elfand) Academy Award nomination, best picture, 1976, for Dog Day Afternoon. CREDITS Film Work; Producer, Except Where Indicated: Serpico, Paramount, 1974. (With Martin Elfand) Dog Day Afternoon, Warner Bros., 1975. The Next Man (also known as The Arab Conspiracy and Double Hit) Allied Artists, 1976. The Seduction of]oe Tynan, Universal, 1979. Simon, Warner Bros., 1980. The Four Seasons, Universal, 1981. The Nesting (also known as Phobia), Feature Film, 1981. Venom, Paramount, 1982. Eddie Macon's Run, Universal, 1983. Scarface, Universal, 1984. Sweet Liberty, Universal, 1985. Real Men, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987. A New Life, Paramount, 1988. Listen to Me, Columbia, 1989. (With Louis A. Stroller) Sea of Love, Universal, 1989. (With Louis A. Stroller) Betsy's Wedding, Buena Vista, 1990. (With Michael Scott Bregman) Whispers in the Dark, Paramount, 1992. (With Willi Baer and Michael Scott Bregman) Carlito's Way, Universal, 1993. (With Willi Baer and Michael Scott Bregman) The Real McCoy, Universal, 1993. (With Willi Baer and Michael Scott Bregman) The Shadow, Universal, 1994. (With Michael Scott Bregman and Rolf Deyhle) Cold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain (also known as Coldiggers), Universal, 1995.

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(With Michael Peyser) Executive producer, Matilda (also known as Mathilda), TriStar, 1996. Nothing to Lose, Buena Vista/Touchstone, 1997. One Tough Cop, Patriot Pictures, 1997. Television Producer; Movies: 5*H*E, CBS, 1980. (With Michael Caine and Peter Kendal) Blue Ice, HBO, 1993. Television Producer; Series: The Four Seasons, CBS, 1984. Television Executive Producer; Specials: "John Leguizamo's Spic-O-Rama" (also known as "Spic-O-Rama"), HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1993.

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PERSONAL Born February 4,1940, in St. Louis, MO; son of James Arthur and Roberta Ruth (Rothrock) Broadhurst. Education: University of Nebraska, B.F.A.; studied for the theatre with Uta Hagen, Stella Adler, Herbert Berghof, Michael Howard, William Hickey, Warren Robertson, and Charles Nelson Reilly. Addresses: Agent—Henderson-Hogan, 850 Seventh Ave., Suite 1003, New York, NY 10019; Don Buchwald and Associates, 10 East 44th St., New York, NY 10017 (commercials). Career: Actor, playwright, director, screenwriter, painter, photographer, and inventor. The Fourth Wall Improvisation, Theatre East, New York City, original member of group, 1969-71; Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, playwright in residence, 1981. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, Dramatists Guild. Awards, Honors: Best new play award, Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana New Play Festival, 1982, for The Eye of the Beholder. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Oz Valentine, Circus Valentine, Actors Theatre of Louisville Festival, Louisville, KY, 1979.

Gideon, Sunset/Sunrise, Actors Theatre of Louisville Festival, 1981. Gelb, Neutral Countries, Actors Theatre of Louisville Festival, 1983. Running Joke, Food from Trash, Actors Theatre of Louisville Festival, 1983. Challee, The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1983. Harvey Milk, Execution of Justice, Actors Theatre of Louisville Festival, 1984. Lucien Field, April Snow, Manhattan Theatre Club, City Center Stage II, New York City, 1988. Hanson/Ray, Cold Sweat, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1988. Jake Bullard, Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar and Grille, WPA Theatre, New York City, 1989. De Brancovis, Watch on the Rhine, Stage West, Springfield, MA, 1989. Dr. Stockman, An Enemy of the People, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1989-90. King Ferdinand^apango, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1991-92. Brigadier Swan, Trinity, John Jay Theatre, New York City, 1995. Meadows, Coming of the Hurricane, Crossroads Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ, 1996. Matthew Paine, After-Play, Theatre Four, New York City, 1996. Dr. Rank, A Doll's House, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1997. Don Ashe, BAFO—Best and Final Offer, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1998. Also appeared as George, Of Mice and Men, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cincinnati, OH, then Playmakers Repertory Co., later Philadelphia Drama Guild, Philadelphia, PA, then Actors Theatre of Louisville; appeared as Brian, The Shadow Box, Actors Theatre of Louisville; Dr. Michaelis,5emme/we/ss, Buffalo Studio Arena, Buffalo, NY; Jamie, Long Day's Journey into Night, Missouri Repertory; Aston, The Caretaker, Nelson Gallery Series; Tom, The Class Menagerie, Nebraska Repertory; Rupert Forster, Marching Song, Lion Theatre Co., New York City. Appeared as Leo, Design for Living, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City; the painter, Vieux Carre, Warren Robertson Studio, New York City; as Leone Gala, The Rules of the Came, Actors Theatre of Louisville; Teddy, When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?, Cincinnati Playhouse; Heartbreak House, Cubiculo; also appeared in Dark of the Moon, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and The Miser.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Stage Work; Director: Dark of the Moon, Mercer Arts Center, New York City, 1970. Lemons, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Humana New Play Festival, 1984. Art Who? (combined production of The Eye of the Beholder and The Habitual Acceptance of Near Enough), Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, 1995, and West Bank Cafe, New York City, 1996. Film Appearances: Bill Whitley, Brubaker, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Joseph Alito, The Verdict, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Dave, a patient, Lovesick, Warner Bros., 1983. Carl Browning, Silkwood, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Herb Kincaid, 5/7ver Bullet (also known as Stephen King's Silver Bullet), Paramount, 1985. Sereno, Stars and Bars, Columbia, 1988. Steve Murge,/A Shock to the System, Corsair Pictures, 1990. Mr. Tabin, Mac, Samuel Goldwyn, 1993. Mike Donaldson, The Dark Half, Orion, 1993. Police officer, The Professional (also known as The Cleaner and Leon), Columbia, 1994. Blondie, "Alkali, Iowa/' Boys Life 2, Strand Releasing, 1995. Tim, A Couch in New York (also known as Un Divan a New York), BMG Independents through Northern Arts Entertainment, 1996. Gabriel, Machiavelli Rises, 1998.

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Also appeared as Sam Bass, Solomon Northrup's Odyssey, PBS. Television Appearances; Episodic: Dr. Creighton, Law and Order (also known as Law & Order), NBC, 1993. Major Krantz, "Babylon Squared/' Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994. August Danzig, Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994. Harry Kingston, Law and Order (also known as Law & Order), NBC, 1995. Major Krantz, "War without End: Part 2," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1996. Law and Order (also known as Law & Order), NBC, 1998. Appeared as Frazier, All My Children, ABC; Don Goodman, As the World Turns, CBS; Noble, The Equalizer, CBS; Sergeant Dietrich, Guiding Light (also known as The Guiding Light), CBS; Phillip Monet, One Life to Live, ABC; and Dr. Morgan, Search for Tomorrow, CBS and NBC; also appeared in/Another World, NBC; Loving (also known as The City), ABC; Reasonable Doubts, NBC; Ryan's Hope, NBC; Spenser: For Hire, ABC; and The Young and the Restless, CBS. RECORDINGS CD-ROM Games: Appeared as Major Frye, Battletech: The Gray Death Legion. WRITINGS

Television Appearances; Movies: The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg, 1980. District attorney, / Want to Live, 1983. Cole, In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco (also known as In the Line of Duty: Assault in Waco), NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Richard Paul Pavlech, Kennedy, NBC, 1983. Tony Simmons, Kane and Abel, CBS, 1985. Captain George Murray, War and Remembrance, ABC, 1988. Sailor Johnson, Luck of the Draw: The Gambler Returns, NBC, 1991. Davis, Touch and Die, 1992. Television Appearances; Specials: Third trader, "Seize the Day/' Great Performances, PBS, 1987.

Stage Plays: They're Coming to Make It Brighter, Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1980, then Mixed Blood Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1981, published as They're Coming to Make It Brighter: A Full-Length Comedy, by Dramatic Publications (Woodstock, IL), 1986. The Eye of the Beholder, Actors Theatre of Louisville Shorts Festival, 1981, then Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana New Play Festival, 1982, later Actors Theatre of Louisville Budapest tour, Budapest, Hungary, 1982, then King's Head Theatre, London, England, 1982, later Lunchbox Theatre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1982, then Actors Theatre of Louisville Australian tour, 1983, published as The Eye of the Beholder: A Perspective in One Act, by Dramatists Play Service (New York City), 1983, later produced at Judith Anderson Theatre, New York City, 1993.

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The Habitual Acceptance of Near Enough, Actors Theatre of Louisville Shorts Festival, 1982, then Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana New Play Festival, 1983, later Actors Theatre of Louisville Belgrade tour, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1983, then People's Light and Theatre Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1983, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1983. Lemons, Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana New Play Festival, 1984, then Group Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1984, later Mixed Blood Theatre, 1984, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1984. Art Who? (combined production of The Eye of the Beholder and The Habitual Acceptance of Near Enough), Ruth Bachofner Gallery, 1995, West Bank Cafe, 1996. Also wrote Gala, Bound, and Black Iris. Screenplays: Black Iris, forthcoming. Also author of Breath on Chrome, They're Coming to Make It Brighter, and Trespasses. Teleplays: Author of Lemons. SIDELIGHTS In addition to his work as an actor, director, and writer, Broadhurst is also a professional photographer and artist with more than two thousand painting commissions to his credit in private and public collections throughout the United States.

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Career: Film producer, writer, and journalist. Partner with Richard D. Zanuck. Apprentice, San Francisco News; apprentice, Wall Street journal, 1936; night editor and assistant drama critic, Fairchild Publications, 1937-39; editorial director, Milk Research Council, 1939-40; associate editor, Street & Smith Publications, 1940-43; associate editor, executive editor, and editor-in-chief, Liberty Magazine, 194349; editorial director, national campaign, American Medical Association, 1949; associate editor and managing editor, Cosmopolitan, magazine, 1949-52; managing editor, story editor, and head of scenario department, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, 1952-56; studio executive committee, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956-60. Producer, executive story editor, and head of scenario department, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1956-60; editorial vice-president, New American Library of World Literature, Inc., 1963-64; vice-president and director of story operation, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1964-69; executive vice-president of creative operations, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969-70; Executive vice-president, Warner Brothers, 1970-72; partner and director, Zanuck/Brown Company, Universal Pictures, 1972-80; producer, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980-83; producer, Warner Brothers, beginning 1983; president, Manhattan Project Ltd., 1987—; president, Island World, 1990-92. Military service: U.S. Army, Quartmermaster Corps and Military Intelligence, 1943-45; became first lieutenant. Member: American Film Institute (trustee, member of executive committee), Commission on Film, Museum of Modern Art (trustee on film, New York City), Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Producer's Guild of America, The Century Club, Players Club, Overseas Press Club, Dutch Treat, National Press Club, New York Friar's Club.

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Born July 28,1916, in New York, NY; son of Edward Fisher and Lillian (Baren) Brown; married Liberty LeGacy, April 15, 1940 (divorced, 1951); married Wayne Clark, May 25, 1951 (divorced, 1957); married Helen Gurley (an author and editor), September 25, 1959; children: (first marriage) Bruce LeGacy. Education: Stanford University, A.B., 1936; Columbia University, M.S., 1937. Addresses: Office—The Manhattan Project, 1775 Broadway, Suite 410, New York, NY 10019-1903.

Awards, Honors: National Association of Theatre Owners of America, Producer of the Year, 1974 and 1985; Academy Award, best picture, 1974, for The Sting; Academy Award nominations, all best picture, 1975, for/aws, 1982, for The Verdict, and 1993, for A Few Good Men; Academy Award, best picture, 1990, for Driving Miss Daisy; Irving G. Thai berg Memorial Award (also known as Academy Award of Merit), Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1990 (shared with Richard D. Zanuck); Producer's Guild of America, David O. Selznick Lifetime Achievement Award, 1993; Wise Owl Award from the Retirement Research Foundation.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 CREDITS Film Work; Producer, Except Where Indicated: The Sting, Universal, 1973. Executive Producer, 5555555, Universal, 1973. The Sugarland Express, Universal/1974. The Black Windmill Universal, 1974. Willie Dynamite, Universal, 1974. The Girl from Petrovka, Universal, 1974. Jaws, Universal, 1975. Executive Producer, The Eiger Sanction, Universal, 1975. Mac/Arthur, Universal, 1977. Jaws 2, Universal, 1978. The Island, Universal, 1980. The Verdict, Warner Bros., 1982. Assistant director, The Killing Fields, Warner Bros., 1984. Neighbors, Warner Bros., 1985. Production manager, Defence of the Realm, Warner Bros., 1985. Cocoon, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Target, Warner Bros., 1985. Cocoon; The Return, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Executive producer, Driving Miss Daisy, Warner Bros., 1989. Associate producer, Hear My Song, Miramax, 1991. The Player, Fine Line, 1992. A Few Good Men, Columbia, 1992. (With others) Rich in Love, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1992. Executive producer, Watch It, Skouras, 1993. The Cemetery Club, Buena Vista, 1993. Canadian Bacon, Gramercy Pictures, 1994. Kiss the Girls, Paramount, 1997. The Saint, Paramount, 1997. Deep Impact, Paramount, 1998. Angela's Ashes, forthcoming. Television Work; Producer, Except Where Indicated: Women and Men (also known as Women and Men: Stories of Seduction), HBO, 1990. Women and Men // (also known as Women and Men //: In Love There Are No Rules), HBO, 1991. Executive Producer, A Season in Purgatory (miniseries), CBS, 1996.

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Editor, / Can Tell It Now, Dutton, 1964. (With W. Richard Bruner) Editor, How / Cot That Story, Dutton, 1967. Brown's Guide to Growing Gray, Delacorte (New York City), 1987, revised and published as The Rest of Your Life is the Best of Your Life: David Brown's Guide to Growing Gray Disgracefully, Barricade Books (Fort Lee, NJ), 1991. Let Me Entertain You, Morrow (New York City), 1990. Magazine Writing: Articles and short stories for various periodicals, including American Magazine, Collier's, Harper's, Readers Digest, American Mercury, The Saturday Evening Post, Saturday Review of Literature, The New Yorker, and Cosmopolitan. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volumes 13-16, first revision, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1975. Periodicals: Publishers Weekly, October 16, 1995, p. 17.*

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Born December 11,1955, in Dallas, TX; daughter of Jack (a real estate agent) and Shirley Ann (a secretary; maiden name, Black) Bullock. Education: Attended Southern Methodist University, 1979. Religion: Episcopalian. Addresses: /Agent—Leverton/Sames Associates, 1650 Broadway, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actress. Former competitor for Miss Teen America. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, New York Arts Group.

Stage Work; Producer: Producer of Tru and A Few Good Men, both New York City, and Vanilla, London, England.

Awards, Honors: Obie Award, 1983, for Top Girls.

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Nonfiction: Contributor, Journalists in Action, Channel Press (Manhasset, NY), 1963.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Heaven Can Wait, Kenley Players, Warren, OH, 1977.

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Major Tours: Jenny, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, West Coast, 1980. A Christmas Carol, Baltimore, MD, New Orleans, LA, 1981-82. Sally Smith, Me and My Girl, U.S. cities, 1988-89. Television Appearances; Series: (Television debut) Dallas, CBS, 1978. Maggie Clemons, Against the Grain, NBC, 1993-94. Also appeared as Kim McGuire, All My Children, ABC.

Born March 19, 1959 (one source says 1960), in Tucson, AZ; daughter of (Roy) Dean (an attorney and counselor to Richard Nixon) and Patricia Ann (in business; maiden name, Meeks) Burch. Education: Attended Carnegie-Mellon University, 1976-77; trained for the stage at Circle in the Square Theatre with Nikos Psacharopolous. Religion: Presbyterian. Addresses: Office—888 Eighth Ave., Suite 12-O, New York, NY 10036. Career: Actress and signer.

Television Appearances; Movies: Amy, Breaking Through, ABC, 1996. Val Williams, The Accident, A Moment of Truth Movie (also known as The Accident and An Innocent Heart), NBC, 1997. Tracy Rose, Columbo: A Trace of Murder, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Linda, "Parlour Floor Paint," Ta/es from the Darkside, syndicated, 1985. Laura Downing, "Sugar and Spice, Malice and Vice/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Josie, Sisters, NBC, 1993. Sydney, "Tough Love/' Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1994.

Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award nomination, 1982, for Nine. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Chorus member, Anything Goes, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Pittsburgh, PA, 1977. Chorus member, Gypsy, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977. Chorus member, Finian's Rainbow, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977. Chorus member, Oliver, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977.

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BUZAS, Jason 1952(Jason McConnell Buzas) PERSONAL Born February 22, 1952; son of Joseph and H. Penelope (McConnell) Buzas. Education: CarnegieMellon University, B.F.A., 1973. Addresses: Home—156 Franklin St., New York, NY 10013.

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(As Jason McConnell Buzas) "Variations on the Death of Trotsky/' 7th Annual Festival of One Act Comedies, Judith Anderson Theatre, 1991. (As Jason McConnell Buzas) All in the Timing, Primary Stages Theatre, New York City, 1993-94, then John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1994-95. (As Jason McConnell Buzas) All in the Timing, Philadelphia Theatre Co., 1994. (As Jason McConnell Buzas) The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Hangar Theatre (Ithaca, NY), 1995. (As Jason McConnell Buzas) All in the Timing (European premiere of the play under Buzas' direction), Vienna's English Theare, Vienna, Austria, 1995. (As Jason McConnell Buzas) Literature, Here Theater, Caught in the Act Festival (New York City), 1996. (As Jason McConnell Buzas) The Real Thing,The Devil's Disciple, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, New York City, 1976.

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BUZZI, Ruth 1939PERSONAL Born July 24, 1939, in Westerly, Rl; daughter of Angelo Peter (a stone sculptor) and Rena Pauline (Macchi) Buzzi; married second husband, Kent Perkins, December 10, 1979. Education: Trained for the stage at the Pasadena Playhouse, 1954-57. Addresses: /Agent—Amsel, Eisenstadt, and Frazier, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 510, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actress. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, American Guild of Variety Artists, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, best supporting actress in a series, miniseries, or motion picture made for television, 1973, for Rowan and Martin's

Laugh-In; Variety Artist of the Year, American Guild of Variety Artists Award, 1977; Pasadena Playhouse Achievement Award, 1979; Presidential Commendation Award, outstanding artist in the field of entertainment, 1980; Emmy Award nomination, best performer on a children's program, 1987, for The Berenstain Bears; three additional Emmy Award nominations; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Image Award; inducted into the Rhode Island Hall of Fame. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Granny Goodwitch, Linus the Lionhearted, CBS, 1964-66. The Entertainers, CBS, 1964-65. The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, CBS, 1967. Margie "Pete" Peterson, That Girl, ABC, 1967-68. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, NBC, 1967-73. Fi, The Lost Saucer, ABC, 1975-76. Voice, Baggy Pants and the Nitwits (animated), NBC, 1977-78. Book of Lists, CBS, 1982. Leticia Bradford, The Days of Our Lives, NBC, 1983. Voice, Kids Incorporated (animated), 1985. Voice, The Paw Paws (animated), 1985. Voice, The New Jetsons (animated), 1985. Voice, The Berenstain Bears (animated), CBS, 1985. Voice of Nose Marie, Pound Puppies (animated), ABC, 1986. Voice, Rick Moranis in Cravedale High (animated), NBC, 1990. Voice, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (animated), syndicated, 1990. Voice of Nancy, Cro (animated), ABC, 1993. Ruthie, Sesame Street, PBS, 1993—. Television Appearances; Movies: In Name Only, ABC, 1969. Blanche, Kids Incorporated: Rock in the New Year, 1986. Voice of Felonia, Rockin' with ]udy]etson (animated), syndicated, 1988. Voice, / Yabba-Dabba Do! (animated), ABC, 1993. Voice, Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby (animated), ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: "A Coffin Too Frequent/' The Monkees, NBC, 1967. "Gloria Plays Cupid/' That's Life, ABC, 1969. Witch, "The Witches Feast/' Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. "My Fair Buzzi/' Here's Lucy, CBS, 1972.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Love and the Haunted House/' Love, American Style, ABC, 1973. Medical Center, CBS, 1973. "Stan and the Wealthy Widow/' Lotsa Luck, NBC, 1974. "Little Red Riding Hood/' Harlem Globetrotter'Popcorn Machine, CBS, 1974. Emergency, NBC, 1976. Fi, "The Lost Saucer/' The KrofftSupershow, ABC, 1976. "The Happy State of Depression/7 Medical Center, CBS, 1976. Herself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1976. "The Dummies," Love Boat, ABC, 1978. Herself, "Chips Goes Roller Disco," CHIPS, NBC, 1979. Herself, "Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap-up Party, Pt. 2," CHiPs, NBC, 1980. "Chios," Alice, CBS, 1981. Aloha Paradise, ABC, 1981. "Three on a Mismatch," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1982. Gun Shy, CBS, 1983. Juliette, "That Dynamite Girl," George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. "Mrs. Cobb's Daughter," Check It Out, USA Network, 1986. "Lucy Makes a Hit with John Ritter," Life with Lucy, ABC, 1986. "Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?," The Love Boat, ABC, 1987. "Career Crunch," Out of This World, syndicated, 1988. "Corporate Munsters," The Munsters Today, syndicated, 1988. Mrs. Roberta Powers, "House Party," Saved by the Bell, 1990. Also appeared in Comedy Break, Down to Earth, Fridays, Masquerade, Snow job, Madam's Place, Rhoda, Carry Moore Show, Dean Martin Roasts, The Donny and Marie Show, The Dean Martin Show, The Tonight Show, /Croft's Superstars, Gladys and Tyrone, Carol Burnett and Friends, The Flip Wilson Show, Tony Orlando and Dawn, The Dean Martin Variety Hour, Leslie Uggams Show, Epcot Magazine, Sonny and Cher Show, Cher, The Mac Davis Show, Hee Haw, Jonathan Winters Improv Series, Evening at the Improv, Pat Boone U.S.A., Jack Burns and A very Schreiber Show, The Jim Nabors Show, The Bobby Vinton Show, That's Life, The Donna Fargo Show, Marty Robbins Spotlight, The Ralph Emery Show, Pop Goes the Country, Here's Julie, The Rene Simard Show, Betsy Lee's Ghost Town Jamboree, and Whatever Turns You On.

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Television Appearances; Specials: The Wonderful World of Girls, NBC, 1970. Host, Triple Play '73, NBC, 1973. Keep U.S. Beautiful, NBC, 1973. Paradise, CBS, 1974. "The Crazy Comedy Concert," The ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1974. Funshine Saturday Sneak Peek, ABC, 1975. Once upon a Brothers Crimm, CBS, 1977. "Disney's 25th Anniversary," World of Disney, NBC, 1980. Voice, "The Incredible Book Escape," CBS Library, CBS, 1982. Super Night at the Super Bowl, CBS, 1987. Marvin: Baby of the Year, CBS, 1989. The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, 1989. Country Comedy Hour, TNN, 1989. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1990. We/come Home, America!—-A USO Salute to America's Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. Miss Ninnie, Dorf's Family Stump, CBS, 1991. Super Bloopers & New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1992. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In Past and Present Christmas, NBC, 1993. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In 25th Anniversary, NBC, 1993. Ruthie, Sesame Street Stays Up Late! A Monster New Year's Eve Party, PBS, 1993. Sesame Street's All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!, ABC, 1994. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In: A Valentine Day's Special, NBC, 1994. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1996. 71st Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1997. Also appeared in Here's Flip, Bob Hope's Women / Love, Beautiful but Funny, Gene Kelly and Fifty Girls Count 'Em Fifty, Dom Deluise and Friends, Sandy in Disneyland, Here's Goldie, The Dean Martin Christmas Special, Salute to Jerry Lee Lewis, The Gift of Music, The Wayne Newton Special, The Wayne Newton Sea World Special, David Copperfield Magic Special, Here Comes Didi, You Oughta Be in Pictures, NBC Comedy Special, Milton Berle's Magic of Stars, Super Heroes, CBN Special, Superbowl '77, Rolf Harris in Seoul, Wind Surf World, Anne Murray in ]amaica, Saturday Afternoon Special, Fun in Las Vegas, The Celebrity Love Cruise, and Saturday Morning Special. Television Appearances; Pilots: Singles, CBS, 1972. Film Appearances: In Name Only, 1969.

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Opposing Coach, Freaky Friday, Buena Vista, 1977. Elvira,S/catetovYn, U.S.A., Rastar, 1977. Olga, Record City, American International Pictures, 1977. Damsel in Distress, The Villain, Rastar, 1979. Doctor Rheems, The North Avenue Irregulars, Buena Vista, 1979. Tough Kate, The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, Buena Vista, 1979. Scavenger Hunt, 1979. Consuelo, Chu Chu and the Philly Flash, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Chuck's Mom, Surf Two, International Film Marketing, 1984. Voice, Pogo for President—I Co Pogo (animated), 1984.

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Dream Boys Revue, 1985. Virginia Lane, The Being, Best Film, 1985. Petal McGurk, The Bad Guys, InterPictures, 1986. Voice, Milroy: Santa's Misfit Mutt (animated), United American Video, 1987. Voice of Nose Marie, Pound Puppies and the Legend of the Big Paw (animated), TriStar, 1988. Marilyn, Up Your Alley, Live Home Video, 1988. Betty Conklin, Dixie Lanes (also known as/After These Years Indian Summer), Miramax, 1988. Herself, Hollywood on Horses (documentary), 1989.

Appeared in The Ruth Buzzi Show, Las Vegas, NV; Pasadena Playhouse, CA; Sweet Charity, Broadway production; Off-Broadway productions include Wa//y's Cafe, A Man's a Man, Little Mary Sunshine, and Babe's in the Woods, and Cinderella. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, November 1994, p. 39.*

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CALLAH AN, James T. 1930PERSONAL Born October 4, 1930, in Grand Rapids, Ml; son of William Thomas (a salesman) and Elenora Gert (a saleswoman; maiden name, MacDonald) Callahan. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Roman Catholic. Addresses: Agent—Harry Gold, 12725 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604. Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Army, 1951-53. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Belgian Grand Prize, best supporting actor, Belgian Film Festival, 1974, for Outlaw Blues. CREDITS Film Appearances: Al Kramer, The Walking Target, United Artists, 1960. Reg Johnson, Battle of the Coral Sea, Columbia, 1961. F.B.I. Agent, Experiment in Terror, Columbia, 1962. Bo, A Man Called Cannon, Universal, 1969. Fillmore, Tropic of Cancer, Paramount Home Video, 1970. Reg Han ley, Lady Sings the Blues, Paramount, 1971. Sheriff, Mystery in Dracula's Castle, 1972. Garland Dupre, Outlaw Blues, Warner Bros., 1973. General Almond, Inchon, Independent, 1977. The Escape of the One Ton Pet, Family Home Entertainment, 1977. Walt Lawson, Cloud Dancer, Blossom, 1980. Police chief, Hero (also known as Accidental Hero), Columbia, 1992.

Colonel Peck, Return of the Living Dead III, Trimark, 1993. Mr. Platt, Prison for Children (also known as May /ean), Universal Studios Home Video, 1993. Mr. Bowman, Return to Two Moon Junction, Trimark Home Video, 1993. Chief Massey, Blood for Blood (also known as Midnight Man), Live Entertainment, 1994. Television Appearances; Series: Danny Adams, Wencfy and Me, ABC, 1964-65. Lieutenant Dick O'Connell, Convoy, NBC, 1965. George Callison, The Governor & ].]., CBS, 1969-71. McNaughton's Daughter, NBC, 1976. Sergeant Hal Grady, The Runaways, NBC, 1979. Walter Powell, Charles in Charge, syndicated, 198790. Television Appearances; Movies: Jerry, Travis Logan, D.A., CBS, 1971. She Waits, ABC, 1972. Stowaway to the Moon, CBS, 1975. McNaughton's Daughter, NBC, 1976. Test director, Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess, NBC, 1983. Little House: Look Back to Yesterday, NBC, 1983. Berlin Hughes, The Burning Bed, NBC, 1984. The Corsican Brothers, CBS, 1985. Father O'Neill, Heart of a Champion: the Ray Mancini Story, CBS, 1985. Phil, A Bunny's Tale, ABC, 1985. Reily, Copacabana, 1985. Charley Hannah, ABC, 1986. Robert Truesdale, The Christmas Gift, CBS, 1986. Paddy, Plymouth, 1991. Television Appearances; Episodic: 'The Far Story," The Californians, NBC, 1959. "Prognosis: Death," Two Faces West, syndicated, 1960.

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"The Bridegroom/' National Velvet, NBC, 1961. "Hercule Poirot," C.E. Theater, CBS, 1962. 'The Chemistry of Anger," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1962. "Ninety Years without Slumbering," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1963. "Goodbye to Blue Elephants and Such," Ben Casey, ABC, 1964. "A Child of the Center Ring," Breaking Point, ABC, 1964. "Gen. William Alexander Doniphan," Profiles in Courage, NBC, 1965. "The White Knight," The Fugitive, ABC, 1966. "Right in the Middle of the Season," The Fugitive, ABC, 1966. Beard, "One Way to the Moon," The Time Tunnel, ABC, 1966. "Willie and the Yank," World of Disney, NBC, 1967. "Labyrinth," The Invaders, ABC, 1967. "Passage into Fear," The F.B.I., ABC, 1967. "The Patriot," The F.B.I., ABC, 1969. 'Tell Him He Pushed Back a Little Too Hard,"/Acfam12, NBC, 1969. "Love and the Confession," Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. "A More Exciting Case," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1973. "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet," M*A*5*HX CBS, 1973. "The Runner," Sons and Daughters, CBS, 1974. "Counterfall/'Barnafay/ones, CBS, 1975. "Tattoos," Mov/n' On, NBC, 1975. "Lady Killer," Car/be, ABC, 1975. "But Who Will Bless Thy Daughter, Norah?," Doctors Hospital, NBC, 1975. "Company Man," Po//ce Story, NBC, 1975. Lew Hartman, "New Life, Old Dragons," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1977. "Sheep in the Limelight," Baa 8aa Black Sheep, NBC, 1978. "Voodoo Doll," Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1978. "Goodbye," Insight, syndicated, 1980. "New Blood," Quincy, M.E., NBC, 1980. Stephens, "Pack," Lou Grant, CBS, 1980. "The Sixth Day," Insight, syndicated, 1981. John Becker, "Venice," Lou Grant, CBS, 1981. Steve Hume, "Drifters," Lou Grant, CBS, 1981. "The $10,000 Deductible,"S/mon and Simon, CBS, 1982. Sheriff Bruckner, "Good Day at White Rock," Knight Rider, NBC, 1982. "Next Stop Nowhere," Quincy, M.E., NBC, 1982. "Steele's Gold," Remington Steele, NBC, 1983. Harvey Bean, "The Sultan of Swat," Tales of the Gold Monkey, ABC, 1983.

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CARIOU, Len 1939PERSONAL Full name, Leonard Joseph Cariou; born September 30, 1939, in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada; son of George Marius (in sales) and Molly Estelle (Moore) Cariou; married; children: Laurel Freedy. Education: Attended Holy Cross School and St. Paul's College, Winnipeg, Canada; studied for the theater with Kristin Linklater, Fran Bennett, Judith Liebowitz, and Paul Gavert and at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Ontario, Canada and the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. Avocational interests: Baseball, golf, tennis, gymnastics. Addresses: Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2500, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor, singer, director, and administrator. Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, associate director, 1971-73; Manitoba Theatre Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, artistic director, 1974-75; Citadel Theatre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, associate director, 1986. Also worked variously in farm machinery repair and as a men's clothing salesman.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Member: Actors7 Equity Association, Canadian Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, Friars Foundation (board of governors), Friars Club. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a musical, and Theatre World Award, both 1970, for Applause; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a musical, 1973, for A Little Night Music; Genie Award, best actor, 1976, for One Man; Antoinette Perry Award, best actor in a musical, 1979, for Sweeney Todd; honorary doctorate, University of Windsor, Canada. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Chorus, Damn Yankees, Rainbow Theatre, Winnipeg, Canada, 1959. The Threepenny Opera, Manitoba Theatre Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1961. Mr. Roberts, Manitoba Theatre Center, 1961. Walter Sugarsop, The Taming of the Shrew, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1962. The Tempest, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1962. Macbeth, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1962. Cyrano ofe Bergerac, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1962. Margrelon, Troilus and Cressida, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1963. Macbeth, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1963. Cyrano ofe Bergerac, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1963. The Comedy of Errors, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1963. Longaville, Love's Labour's Lost, Chichester, England, 1964. Sir John Bushy, Richard II, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1964. Cleante, Le Bourgeous Centilhomme, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1964. The Country Wife, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1964. Orlando, As You Like It, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1966. The Skin of Our Teeth, Guthrie Theatre, 1966. 5.S. Clencairn, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1966. Orestes, The House of Atreus, Guthrie Theatre, 1968. Feste, Twelfth Night, Guthrie Theatre, 1968. Title role, Sergeant Musgrave's Dance, Guthrie Theatre, 1968.

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(New York debut) Orestes, The House of Atreus, Billy Rose Theatre, New York City, 1968. Othello, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1969. Title role, Henry V, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1969. Much Ado About Nothing, American Shakespeare Festival, 1969. The Three Sisters, American Shakespeare Festival, 1969. Henry, Henry V, American National Theatre and Academy, New York City, 1969. Bill Sampson, Applause, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1970. Christian, Cyrano de Bergerac, Guthrie Theatre, 1971. The Taming of the Shrew, Guthrie Theatre, 1971. John Wheeler, Night Watch, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1972. Oberon,/A Midsummer Night's Dream, Guthrie Theatre, 1972. Title role, Oedipus the King, Guthrie Theatre, 1973. Frederick Egerman, A Little Night Music, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1973. Sondheim: A Musical Tribute, Shubert Theatre, 1973. Title role, King Lear, Guthrie Theatre, 1974. Equus, Manitoba Theatre Center, Winnipeg, Canada, 1975. Cyrano de Bergerac, Manitoba Theatre Center, Canada, 1975. Monodrama,/A Sorrow Beyond Dreams, Marymount Manhattan Theatre, New York City, then Guthrie Theatre, 1977. Richard Landau, Cold Storage, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1977. Title role, Sweeney Todd, Uris (now Gershwin) Theatre, New York City, 1979. Harry, Dance a Little Closer, Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1983. Up from Paradise, Broadway production, New York City, 1983. Title role, Coriolanus, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1984-85. Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1984-85. Sergius, Arms and the Man, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1984-85. Brutus, Julius Caesar, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1984-85. Prospero, The Tempest, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, 1984-85. Sam, Traveler in the Dark, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1985. Stalin, Master Class, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1986.

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Teddy and Alice, Broadway production, New York City, 1987. Day Six, Baldwin Youth Theatre, New York City, 1987. Vicentio, Measure for Measure, Lincoln Center Theater, New York City, 1989. TheAnastasia Came, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell, MA, 1990. Mountain, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, then Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 1990. Joe, The Speed of Darkness, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1991. Cornelius Melody, A Touch of the Poet, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1992. Ernest Hemingway, Papa: The Legendary Lives of Ernest Hemingway, Caldwell Theatre Company, Boca Raton, FL, 1994. Also appeared in Mother Courage and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Manitoba Theatre Center; Timon of Athens and Mahagonny, with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada; The Skin of Our Teeth and Diary of a Scoundrel, Guthrie Theatre; and The Physicists, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC.

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Stage Work as Director: Of Mice and Men, Guthrie Theatre, 1972, also at the Manitoba Theatre Center. The Petrified Forest, Guthrie Theatre, also Off-Broadway production, 1974. The Crucible, Guthrie Theatre, 1974. Don't Call Back, Broadway production, New York City, 1979. Death of a Salesman, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1984. Co/d Storage, Jewish Repertory Theatre, NY, 1985. Film Appearances: Drying up the Streets, Live Entertainment, 1976. Jason Brady, One Man, National Film Board of Canada, 1976. Frederick Egerman, A Little Night Music, New World, 1978. NickCallan, The Four Seasons, Universal, 1981. Phil, Lady in White, Vista, 1988. Dr. Higgs, Getting In, Trimark Pictures, 1994. Henry Taylor, Never Talk to Strangers, TriStar, 1995. Secretary of Defense Charles White, Executive Decision, Warner Bros., 1996.

Television Appearances; Movies: Who'// Save Our Children, CBS, 1978.

Television Appearances; Series: Sergeant Michael Swift, Swift Justice, UPN, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: (Television debut) Ragnar Brovik, The Master Builder, 1965. Michael Haggerty, "Widow, Weep for Me/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Michael Haggerty, "One White Rose for Death/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Michael Haggerty, "J. B. as in Jailbird," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Michael Haggerty, "Appointment in Athens," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989. Michael Haggerty, "The Sicilian Encounter,"Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. American Ambassador, "All the King's Horses," Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House, Showtime, 1991. Michael Haggerty, "The List of Yuri Lermentov," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. "The Anthem Sprinters," The Ray Bradbury Theater, USA Network, 1992. Michael Haggerty, "Sugar & Spice, Malice & Vice," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Captain Allard Bunker, "Conduct Unbecoming," Law & Order, NBC, 1993.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Father Anton Jonascu, "Corner of the Eye/' The Outer Limits, Showtime, 1995. MacGeller, "Aftershock/' Law& Order, NBC, 1996. Vice Admiral Edward Janeway, "Coda/' Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1997. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 44th Annual Tony Awards, 1990. The 50th Annual Tony Awards, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Bob Millard, There Were Times, Dear, PBS, 1987. (And song performer) "An Evening with Alan Jay Lerner," Great Performances, PBS, 1989. Sweeney, The Rope, Arts and Entertainment, 1989. Narrator, "The Johnstown Flood/' The American Experience, PBS, 1991. Song performer, "Cabaret/' In Performance at the White House, PBS, 1994.

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makeup artist), December 28, 1997. Education: Studied at Glasgow Arts Centre; attended Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Addresses: Home—Glasgow, Scotland./Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor and director. Rain Dog Theater Company, Glasgow, Scotland, founder, 1991, and director. Also worked as a housepainter and as a labor organizer. Awards, Honors: BAFTA Film Award, best performance by an actor in a leading role, Golden Satellite Award nomination, best actor in a comedy or musical motion picture, MTV Movie Award nomination, best dance sequence, and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award, outstanding performance by a cast, all 1998, all for The Full Monty.

Also appeared on Juno and the Paycock. CREDITS RECORDINGS Albums: Applause: Original Broadway Cast, ABC (New York City), 1970. Sweeney Tocfcf: Original Cast, RCA, 1979. Sondheim Songbook, 1992. Taped Readings: The Cold War Swap, Newman Communications, 1987. Long Time to See: An 87th Precinct Novel, Harper Audio, 1995. (With others) Great American Writers: 21 Unabridged Stories, Audio Partners, 1996. The Last Heroes, Volume 1, Putnam, 1997. Little Boy Blue: A Novel, Time Warner Audio Books, 1997. Videos; Voiceover and Narration; Documentaries: Canada Vignettes: Fort Prince of Wales, 1978. Canada Vignettes: Spence's Republic, 1978. Canada Vignettes: Lady Frances Simpson, 1978. Something Hidden: A Portrait of Wilder Penfield, 1981. Leo Mol in Light and Shadow, 1994.*

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Film Appearances: Big Woodsy, Silent Scream, 1990. Stevie, Riff Raff, Fine Line, 1991. Prehistoric shaman, Being Human, 1993. Graham, Priest, Miramax, 1994. The Lucky Suit (short), Raindog/Scottish Arts Council, 1995. Georgie, Carla's Song (also known as La cancion de Car/a), Film Four International, 1996. Francis (Franco) Begbie, Trainspotting, Miramax, 1996. Himself, Citizen Ken Loach (documentary), Doc and Co., 1997. Ray, Face, United International Pictures, 1997. Gaz, The Full Monty, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Plunkett, PlunkettandMacleane, Gramercy Pictures, 1998. Ravenous, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Nosty,Safe, BBC, 1993. Albie, Cracker: To Be a Somebody, Granada Television, 1994, then Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Nick Cameron, Co Now, BBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Title role, Hamish Macbeth, BBC, 1995.

PERSONAL Born April 14,1961, in Maryhill, Glasgow, Scotland; father, Joseph Carlyle; married Anastasia Shirley (a

Television Appearances; Miniseries: John Joe "Jo Jo" Maclean, Looking after ]o ]o, BBC, 1998.

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Appeared as Malvolio in Twelfth Night and as Rodrigo in Othello. Stage Work: Director of plays with the Rain Dog Theater Company, including One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Macbeth. Also worked in repertory theater. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 5, 1997, p. 52. Los Angeles Times, August 24, 1997, pp. 26, 29-31. New York Times, August 10, 1997, pp. 11,17. US, September, 1997, p. 11 .*

CARR, Darleen 1950PERSONAL Born Darleen Farnon, in 1950 in Chicago, IL; sister of Charmian Carr (a former actress). Addresses: /Agent—Stone Manners Agency, 8091 Selma Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Career: Actress. CREDITS Film Appearances: Voice of the girl, The Jungle Book (animated), Buena Vista, 1967. Sidoni Riserau, Monkeys, Co Home!, Buena Vista, 1967. Abbey Kingsley, The Impossible Years, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Hilda Jorgenson, Death of a Cunfighter, Universal, 1969. Doris, The Beguiled, Universal, 1971. Television Appearances; Series: Kathy, The/ohn Forsythe Show, NBC, 1965-66. Regular, Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers, NBC, 1969. Cindy Smith, Chad's daughter, The Smith Family, ABC, 1971-72. Margaret Devlin, The Oregon Trail, NBC, 1977. Susan Winslow, M/ss W/ns/owandSon, CBS, 1979. Mary Lou Springer, Bret Maverick, ABC, 1981-82 and 1990.

Voice characterization, G.I. Joe (animated), syndicated, 1984. Voice, The /Carafe Kid, NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Tommy Caldwell Damon, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976-77. Television Appearances; Pilots: Joan Chadwick McTaggart, The Chadwick Family, ABC, 1974. Selina Jensen, Law of the Land, NBC, 1976. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Go Fight City Hall/'EastS/We/VVestS/de, CBS, 1963. "Gallagher Goes West: Tragedy on the Trail/' World of Disney, NBC, 1967. "Gallagher Goes West: Trial by Error/' World of Disney, NBC, 1967. "Sam and the Teenager/' Mayberry R.F.D., CBS, 1968. "Uncle Prince Charming/' Family Affair, CBS, 1969. "Family Man," The Virginian, NBC, 1969. Governor and J.J., CBS, 1969. "Madonna with Knapsack and Flute/' Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1969. "The Savage Wilderness," The FBI, ABC, 1970. "The Commitment," The Rookies, ABC, 1972. "Till Death Do Us Part," The FBI, ABC, 1972. "Doctor and Mr. Harper," Medical Center, CBS, 1972. "McGutfm," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1972. "To Catch a Dead Man,ff Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1973. "The Tortoise Dance," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1973. Jean Stone, "Harem,"Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. Jean Stone, "Commitment," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. "The Beguiled," The Waltons, CBS, 1974. "The Late Mr. Brent," The Rookies, ABC, 1974. "The Highjackers," Chopper One, ABC, 1974. "The Assassin," The Rookies, ABC, 1974. "The Last Contract," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1974. Jean Stone, "Endgame," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975. "Pressure Cooker," S.W.A.T., ABC, 1975. "The Seventh Man," Manhunter, CBS, 1975. "Survivors," Medical Center, CBS, 1975. "Flowers of Death," Car/be, ABC, 1975. Jean Stone, "Men Will Die," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975. Jean Stone, "Deadly Silence," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 'The Eighth Deadly Sin/' Medical Center, CBS, 1975. Jean Stone, "The Cat's Paw/' The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975. "Follow the Yellow Brick Road/' Jigsaw John, NBC, 1976. Jean Stone, "The Thrill Killers," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. "The Disappearances," Man from Atlantis, NBC, 1977. "Just Before Eve," Insight, syndicated, 1978. "Superstar," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. "A Day in the Life," The Paper Chase, CBS, 1978. "Search for Atlantis," The Hardy Boys Mysteries, ABC, 1978. Flying High, CBS, 1978. "The Missing Women," Eischied, NBC, 1979. The White Shadow, CBS, 1980. Vegas, ABC, 1980. "Trauma," Hagen, CBS, 1980. "Attack Angel," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1981. "The Least Dangerous Game," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1981. "Red Day Blues," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1983. "Limited Engagement/' Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983. "Arms Race," Blue Thunder, ABC, 1984. "Who Killed the '60s?," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1984. "The Rescue," V, NBC, 1985. "The Man Who Cried Fox," Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985. Marlena Lewis, "Who Really Watches the Sunset," Riptide, NBC, 1985. Trish Mercer, "School for Scandal," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Beth Hartley, "A Friendly Game of Showdown," Blacke's Magic, NBC, 1986. Ginny Malcolm, "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," Magnum, P./., CBS, 1986. Shannon McGovern, "The Case of Don Diablo," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1986. Sheri Strawn, "Quit It," Probe, ABC, 1988. E'Tyshra, "Armageddon Game," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1994. Voice, Adventures from the Book of Virtues, PBS, 1996. Also appeared as Jean Stone, Streets o/5an Francisco, ABC. Television Appearances; Movies: Susan, All My Darling Daughters, ABC, 1972. Margot, The Horror at 37,000 Feet, CBS, 1973. Susan, My Darling Daughters' Anniversary, ABC, 1973.

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Carol Lerner, Runaway! (also known as The Runaway Train), ABC, 1973. Kathleen Kennedy, Young ]oe, the Forgotten Kennedy, ABC, 1977. Hildy, Rage, NBC, 1980. Lisa Reed, Hero in the Family, ABC, 1986. Jean Stone, Back to the Streets of San Francisco, NBC, 1992. Dr. Leticia Baines, Piranha (also known as Roger Corman Presents), Showtime, 1995. Paige Dunning, Simon & Simon: In Trouble Again,

CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Specials: Katey Summers, Sleepwalker (also known as Wide World of Mystery), ABC, 1975. ABC Team member, Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1976 and 1977. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1982. Voice of Mom, "Chocolate Fever," CBS Storybreak, CBS, 1985. "15 and Getting Straight," CBS Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1989. Marianne, Long Road Home, ABC, 1995.*

CARROLL, Pat 1927PERSONAL Born May 5, 1927, in Shreveport, LA; daughter of Maurice Clifton and Kathryn Angela (Meagher) Carroll; children: Sean, Kerry, Tara. Education: Attended Immaculate Heart College, 1944-47; graduated from Catholic University, 1950. Addresses: /Agent—H.W.A. Talent Representatives, 1964 Westwood Blvd., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actress and singer. Cabaret performer, beginning in 1950. Sea-Ker, Inc., Beverly Hills, CA, president, 1979—; CARPA Productions, Inc., New York City, president; Hyde Park Theatre, Hyde Park, NY, member of the board of directors. Military service: U.S. Army, "civilian actress technician." Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (trustee, 1958-59); Center of Films for Children (president, 1971-73); District Attorney's Citizens Committee, Los Angeles, CA, 1970-75; Immaculate Heart

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College (member of the board of regents); American Youth Hostels; Delaware and Hudson Canal Historical Society; George Heller Memorial Foundation. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1955, for Catch a Star; Emmy Award, outstanding continuing or single performance by a supporting actress in a variety or music program, 1957, for Caesar's Hour; Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award, both best actress in a play, 1980, for Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein; Grammy Award, best spoken word or non-musical recording, 1980, for Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein; Helen Hayes Awards, 1987, for Romeo and Gallate, and 1990, for The Merry Wives of Windsor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Regular, The Red Buttons Show, CBS, 1952-53. Regular, Saturday Night Revue, NBC, 1953-54. Alice Brewster, Caesar's Hour, NBC, 1956-57. Panelist, Masquerade Party, CBS, 1958. Regular, Keep Talking, CBS, 1958-60. Panelist, You're in the Picture, CBS, 1961. Bunny Halper, Make Room for Daddy (also known as Danny Thomas Show), CBS, 1962-64. Rita Simon, Getting Together, ABC, 1971-72. Pearl Markowitz, Busting Loose, CBS, 1977. Mrs. Hope Stinson, Too Close for Comfort (also known as The Ted Knight Show), syndicated, 1986-87. Voice of Katrina Stoneheart, Pound Puppies (animated), ABC, 1986. Gussie Holt, She's the Sheriff, syndicated, 1987-88. Television Appearances; Specials: Best Foot Forward, NBC, 1954. Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, CBS Cable, 1982. Voice, A Garfield Christmas (animated), CBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Movies: Prunella,C/ndere//a/ 1964. Second Chances, 1972. Peggy, ]ust My Imagination, 1992. Television Appearance; Episodic: "The Black Purse," Pepsi Cola Playhouse, ABC, 1954. "Fish Widow," Studio 57, syndicated, 1954. "The Women," Producers'Showcase, NBC, 1955. "Gramery Ghost," Kraft Theater, NBC, 1955.

"Broadway Dateline/' Damon Runyon Theater, CBS, 1955. "Signs of Love/' General Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater), CBS, 1959. "Night Out/' The June Allyson Show, CBS, 1959. "Pandora," The Ann Sothern Show, CBS, 1961. "The Dead End Men," The Investigators, CBS, 1961. "Wring Out the Welcome Mat," Please Don't Eat the Daisies, NBC, 1966. "Love and the Great Catch," Love, American Style, ABC, 1970. Arn/e,CBS, 1970. Mrs. Khune, "Hi!," Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1971. The Interns, CBS, 1971. My Three Sons, CBS, 1971. Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "The Ripper," Po//ce Story, NBC, 1974. Nafc/a, ABC, 1974. Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1976. Good Heavens, ABC, 1976. "Do You Still Beat Your Wife?," Police Woman, NBC, 1977. "The Stowaway," C.P.O. Sharkey, NBC, 1977. "The Kissing Bandit," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. "Game of Hearts," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Pilots: Oh Nurse, CBS, 1972. Honeymoon Suite, ABC, 1973. Film Appearances: The Goose and the Gander, Warner Bros., 1935. Maxine Scott, With Six You Get Eggroll (also known as A Man in Mommy's Bed), National General, 1968. The Brothers O'Toole, CVD, 1973. Voice of Ursula, The Little Mermaid (animated), Buena Vista, 1992. Horace, Invader, Very Big Motion Picture Corporation, 1992. Voice, A Goofy Movie (animated), Buena Vista, 1995. Stage Appearances: A Goose for the Gander, 1947. Come What May, off-Broadway, 1950. Catch a Star, New York City, 1955. Title role, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, 1979. The Last Resort, 1979. Madeline Bernard, Dancing in the Endzone (also known as Dancing in the End Zone), Ritz Theatre, New York City, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Juliet's nurse, Romeo and Juliet, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC, 1986-87. Falstaff, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC, 1990. Mrs. Fisher, The Show-Off, Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City, 1992. Grace, Grace & Clorie, Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, ME, then Cape Cod Playhouse, Dennis, MA, both 1997. Also appeared in The H.M.S. Pinafore, Mother Courage, On the Town, and Volpone. Major Tours: Title role, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein, Arena Stage, Washington, DC; Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, OH; McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ; and other U.S. cities, 1980-81. Stage Appearances; Cabaret: Le Ruban Bleu, New York City, 1950.

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Komen Foundation and the Washington Race for the Cure, both for breast cancer research and education, and the American Red Cross. Member: American Ballet Theatre, American Cancer Society (national crusade chairperson, 1985-86), Exceptional Children's Foundation (honorary chairperson, 1987-88), United Service Organization (board of governors), National Committee on Arts for the Handicapped, Feed the Hungry, Committee for Creative Nonviolence. Awards, Honors: Miss Arizona, then Miss U.S.A., 1973; Hispanic Woman of the Year Award, 1983; Emmy Award nomination, 1985, for Lynda Carter: Body and Soul; Golden Eagle Award, 1986, for consistent performance in television and film; Ariel Award (Mexico), for international entertainer of the year; Jill Ireland Award for Volunteerism; Unihealth's Pinnacle Award for charitable acts. CREDITS

Also performed in other cabaret shows. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Opera News, September, 1996, p. 25.*

CARTER, Lynda 1951PERSONAL Full name, Lynda Jean Cordoba Carter; born July 24, 1951, in Phoenix, AZ; daughter of a furniture businessman and Jean (a factory worker) Carter; married Ron Samuels (a talent manager), 1977 (divorced, 1982); married Robert A. Altman (a lawyer), 1984; children: (second marriage) Jamie Clifford, Jessica. Education: Attended Arizona State University; trained for the stage with Stella Adler and Charles Conrad. Addresses: Home—Potomac, MD; Los Angeles, CA. /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90212. Manager— Baumgarten Prophet Entertainment, 1640 South Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 218, Los Angeles, CA 90025. Career: Actress, singer, and dancer. Worked as fashion director, Maybelline Cosmetics; member of rock group Garfin Gathering; involved with numerous non-profit organizations, including the Susan G.

Television Appearances; Series: Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman, ABC, 1976-77. Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, CBS, 1977-79. Carole Stanwyck, Partners in Crime, NBC, 1984. Elizabeth Shields, Hawkeye, syndicated, 1994-95. Television Appearances; Pilots: Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman (also known as The New, Original Wonder Woman), ABC, 1975. Television Appearances; Movies: Zelda,/A Matter of Wife . . . and Death, NBC, 1976. Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther, 1976. Brooke Newman and song performer, The Last Song, CBS, 1980. Kate Carlin and song performer, Born to Be Sold, NBC, 1981. Brianne O'Neil, Hotline, CBS, 1982. Rita Hayworth, Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess, CBS, 1983. He's Fired, She's Hired, 1984. Patricia Traymore, Still watch, CBS, 1987. Helen Durant, Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All (also known as Murder Takes All), CBS, 1989. Charlotte Sampson, Danielle Steel's Daddy (also known as Daddy), NBC, 1991.

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Meredith Lanaham, Posing: Inspired by Three Real Stories (also known as / Posed for Playboy), CBS, 1991. Charlotte Furberand song performer, "Somehow I'll Go On," Lightning in a Bottle, Lifetime, 1994. Kathryn Archer, A Secret Between Friends: A Moment of Truth Movie, NBC, 1996. Susan Saroyan,She Woke Up Pregnant, ABC, 1996. Emily Hayworth,/4 Prayer in the Dark, USA Network, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: ABC team member, Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1976. A Special Olivia Newton-John, ABC, 1976. Performer, Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1977. Host, Lynda Carter's Special, CBS, 1980. Host, Lynda Carter: Encore, CBS, 1980. Host, Lynda Carter's Celebration, CBS, 1981. Host, Lynda Carter: Street Lights, CBS, 1982. Guest, Happy Birthday, Bob!, NBC, 1983. Host, Lynda Carter: Body and Soul, CBS, 1984. Guest, Bob Hope Buys NBC?, NBC, 1985. The Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. Song performer, Bob Hope with His Easter Bunnies and Other Friends, NBC, 1987. Happy Birthday, Hollywood, ABC, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: Nakia, ABC, 1974. "Panic," Matt Helm, ABC, 1975. Guest, The Olivia Newton-John Show, ABC, 1976. Vicky, "The Las Vegas Strangler/'Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1976. Herself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1979.

Television Work; Executive Producer: Lynda Carter: Body and Soul (special), CBS, 1984. Stillwatch (movie), CBS, 1987. Film Appearances: Bobbie Jo James, Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw, American International, 1976. Concert Appearances: Appeared at Palladium Theatre, London; Sporting Club, Monte Carlo, Monaco; Desert Inn Hotel, Las Vegas, NV; Hotel de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico. Also performed in Atlantic City, NJ, and Reno, NV. RECORDINGS Albums: Portrait, Epic, 1978.

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Books: Dictionary of Hispanic Biography, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1996. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, September 16,1994. People Weekly, September 12, 1994, p. 118; July 17, 1995, p. 51.*

CARTWRIGHT, Nancy 1960(?)PERSONAL Born in 1960 (some sources say 1959), in Kettering, OH; daughter of Frank and Miriam Cartwright; married Warren "Murph" Murphy (a real estate investor); children: Lucy Mae, Jackson. Education: Attended Ohio University; University of California at Los Angeles, B.A. (theatre arts), 1981; studied voice acting with Daws Butler (voice of Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound) and acting with Milton Katselas. Addresses: /Agent—The Artists Group, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2490, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress. Conducts workshops on voice-acting; co-founder (with spouse) of Happy House Productions, Inc., 1994—. Spokesperson for Make America Safe; involved in numerous fundraisers for charity. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards, both outstanding voice-over performance, 1990 and 1992, for The Simpsons. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Voice of Gloria, The Richie Rich Show (animated), ABC, 1980. Voice, Monchhichis (animated), ABC, 1983. Voice of Daffney, Snorks, NBC, 1984. Voice of Kimberly, Space Ace, 1984. Voice of Gilda Gossip, Ca/axy High School (animated; also known as Galaxy High), CBS, 1986. Voice, My Little Pony 'n' Friends (animated), syndicated, 1986.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Voice of Brighteyes, Pound Puppies, ABC, 1986. Voice, Popeye and Son (animated), CBS, 1987. Voice, The New Adventures oftheSnorks (animated), syndicated, 1987. Voice of Bart Simpson, "The Simpsons" (animated short), The Trace/ Ullman Show, Fox, 1987-89. Voice, Fantastic Max (animated), syndicated, 1988. Voice of Bartholomew Jo-Jo "Bart" Simpson, also voice of Nelson Muntz, Todd Flanders, Ralph Wiggum, and Kearney, The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1989—. Voice of Pistol, Goof Troop, ABC, 1992. Voice of Fawn Deer, Bonkers, syndicated, 1993. Voice of Mindy, Animaniacs, Fox, 1993. Voice of Betsy and Ross, Problem Child, 1993. Voice of sprites, Aladdin, CBS, 1994. Voice of Margo Sherman, The Critic (animated), ABC,

1994. Ruby Jillette, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1994. Voice, Timon and Pumbaa (also known as The Lion King's Timon and Pumbaa), CBS, 1995. Voice of Melissa Screech, Steven Spielberg Presents Toonsylvania (also known asToonsylvania), Fox,

1998. Also appeared in On Hollywood Blvd. and Fame.

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Karen and second baby, "The Amazing Bunjee Adventure" (animated), ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1984. Voice, "P. J. Funnybunny" (animated), ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1989. Voice of Bart Simpson, Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire (animated; also known as The Simpsons Christmas Special), Fox, 1989. Voice of Bart Simpson, The Ice Capades 50th Anniversary Special, ABC, 1990. Voice of Bart Simpson, Dangerous, 1991. The American Music Awards, 1991. Voice of Wally Funnybunny, Heidi Funnybunny, and Potts Pig, "P. J.'s Unfunnybunny Christmas" (animated), ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1993. Secretary, The Great O'Grady, Showtime, 1993. Secrets Revealed, ABC, 1994.

Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, Mar/an Rose White, CBS, 1982. Libby Dean, Deadly Lessons, ABC, 1983. Jean, Not My Kid, CBS, 1985. Ruth Potter, Precious Victims, CBS, 1993. Terry Michaels, A Tangled Web (also known as Deadly Seduction), CBS, 1996.

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Dell,St/c/c/en/x(also known as An Urban Legend and When Somebody Loves You), ABC, 1996. Vows of Deception, 1996.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Annie Monahan, In Trouble, ABC, 1981. Marge, Chain Letter, ABC, 1989.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Holly, 'Terminal Case," Tucker's Witch, CBS, 1982. Cynthia, "Diane's Nightmare/Cheers, NBC, 1985. Voice of the junk food kid, "Showdown at TeeterTotter Gulch," Rugrats, Nickelodeon, 1992. Appeared in episodes of Empty Nest, Generation, Bridges to Cross, and Mr. Belvedere.

Other Television Appearances: Skokie, 1981. Jill Murray, The Rules of Marriage (miniseries), CBS, 1982.

Film Appearances: Ethel, "It's a Good Life," Twilight Zone—The Movie, Warner Bros., 1983. Stephanie, Going Undercover (also known as Yellow Pages), Miramax, 1984. Voice, Joy of Sex, Paramount, 1984. Kathleen, Flesh and Blood (also known as The Rose and the Sword), Riverside, 1985. Voice of Gusty and the fourth bushwoolie, My Little Pony (animated), DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. Voice, The Chipmunk Adventure (animated), Samuel Goldwyn, 1987. Voice of Brighteyes, Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw (animated), TriStar, 1988. Voice, The Little Mermaid (animated), Buena Vista, 1989. Voice of Page, Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumfaer/and (animated), Hemdale Releasing, 1990. Voice of Fawn Deer, Petal to the Metal (animated short film), 1992. Caiman's secretary, Godzilla, TriStar, 1998.

Stage Appearances: In Search ofFellini (one-woman show), Theatre Ceo, Hollywood, CA, 1995. Louella Parsons, The Cat's Meow, Coast Playhouse, and Matrix Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1997-98. Also appeared in The Transgressor, Dynarski Theatre, Los Angeles, CA; Guys and Dolls, Showboat Dinner Theatre; Coming Attractions, Skylight The-

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atre; Potpourrie and Porcupines; and Comedy Cabaret. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Author of one-woman stage play, In Search ofFellini. RECORDINGS Albums: The Simpsons Sing the Blues, Geffen, 1990. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times TV Times, March 22-28, 1992. Other: Kidsister Productions—The Nancy Cartwright Site, http://www.kidsister.com http://www.thenancyshow.com *

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Full name, John Ray Cash; born February 26, 1932, in Kingland, AR; son of Ray (a cotton farmer) and Carrie (a homemaker; maiden name, Rivers) Cash; married Vivian Liberto, August 7, 1954 (divorced, 1967); married June Carter (a singer), March 1,1968; children: (first marriage) Rosanne (a singer and songwriter), Kathleen, Cindy, Tara; (second marriage) John Carter, Carlene Carter (stepdaughter). Education: Attended Keegan School of Broadcasting, c. 1954; Christian International College, Certificate. Addresses: Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1200, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Singer, songwriter, and actor. House of Cash, president; Song of Cash, Inc., president; Family of Man Music, Inc., vice president; former owner of Johnny Cash Music and Saline Music; performed with the groups Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two and Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three. Worked in a General Motors auto assembly plant, Pontiac, Ml, and an oleomargarine factory in Evadale, AR, c. 194950; salesperson in Memphis, TN, beginning c. 1954. U.S. Peace Corps, member of advisory committee;

John Edwards Memorial Foundation, member of advisory committee; National Music Foundation, member of board of directors; established a burn center at Vanderbilt University, c. 1968, in honor of musician Luther Perkins. Military service: U.S. Air Force, intercept radio operator, 1950-54; served in Germany; became staff sergeant. Member: Country Music Association, National Rifle Association, American Legion, The 100 Club. Awards, Honors: Gold Record Award and Grammy Award nomination, best country and western recording, both 1963, for "Ring of Fire/' Gold Record Award and Grammy Award nomination, best country and western male vocal, both 1964, for / Walk the Line; Grammy Award nomination, best country and western album, 1964, for Bitter Tears; Gold Record Award, Country Music Association Award, album of the year, and Grammy Award, best album notes, all 1968, for ]ohnny Cash at Folsom Prison; Grammy Award, best country and western male vocal, 1968, for "Folsom Prison Blues/' Grammy Award, best country and western duet, trio, or group, 1968; Country Music Association Awards, entertainer of the year, male vocalist of the year, and vocal group of the year, all 1969; Country Music Association award, album of the year, and Grammy Award nomination, album of the year, both 1969, for ]ohnny Cash at San Quentin; Country Music Association Award, best single of the year, 1969, Grammy Award nomination, record of the year, 1969, and Grammy Award, best country and western male vocal, 1970, all for "A Boy Named Sue/' Grammy Award, best album notes, 1969, for Nashville Skyline; Grammy Award nomination, best country male vocal, 1970, for "Sunday Morning Coming Down/' Special Award of Merit, American Music Awards, 1977; inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame, 1980; inducted into Songwriter's Hall of Fame, 1984; Grammy Award nomination, best gospel performance (other than soul), 1985, for/ohnny Cash Sings Precious Memories; Country Video Award, favorite video single, American Music Awards, and Grammy Award nomination, best country duo or group with vocal, both 1985, for "Highwayman;" Grammy Award, best spoken word or non-musical recording, and Grammy Award nomination, best country performance of a duo or group with vocal, both 1986, for Interview from the Class of '55 Recording Sessions; Number One Hit Song Award, Counry Music Association, 1988, for "Flat Top Box;" Golden Boot Award, 1990; inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1992; Grammy Living Legend Award, 1993; Contemporary

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Folk Album Grammy American Recordings, 1995; Kennedy Center Award, 1996; Grammy Award, best country album, 1998, for Unchained; Gold Guitar Awards for the songs "All Over Again" and "I Got Stripes;" inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Horatio Alger Award, Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans; only person ever to be inducted into both the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Music Hall of Fame; has placed at least two singles on the Country music charts for 38 consecutive years; has had over 130 hits on ihe Billboard Country singles chart. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Ranch Party, syndicated, 1958. Host, The Johnny Cash Show, ABC, 1969-71. Host, Johnny Cash and Friends, CBS, 1976. Television Appearances; Miniseries: John Brown, North and South, ABC, 1985. Television Appearances; Movies: Thaddeus Rose, Thaddeus Rose and Eddie, CBS, 1978. Jesse Hal lam, The Pride of Jessie Hal lam, CBS, 1981. Lamar Potts, Murder in Coweta County, CBS, 1983. Will "Baron" Addington, The Baron and the Kid, CBS, 1984. Marshal Curly Wilcox, Stagecoach, CBS, 1986. Frankjames, The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Specials: Cash! (documentary), National Educational Television (now PBS), 1969. The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1970. Sing Out, Sweet Land, NBC, 1976. Host, The Johnny Cash Christmas Special, CBS, 1976. John Denver: Thank God I'm a Country Boy, 1977. Host, The Johnny Cash Christmas Special, CBS, 1977. Host, Johnny Cash: Spring Fever, CBS, 1978. Host, A Johnny Cash Christmas, CBS, 1979. Country Stars of the 70s, NBC, 1979. Host, The Johnny Cash Spring Special, CBS, 1979. Host, A Johnny Cash Christmas, CBS, 1980. Host, Johnny Cash: The First 25 Years, CBS, 1980. 700 Years of Golden Hits, NBC, 1981. Country Comes Home, ABC, 1981. Fifty Years of Country Music, NBC, 1981. Host, Johnny Cash and the Country Girls, CBS, 1981. Host, Johnny Cash: Christmas in Scotland, CBS, 1981.

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Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, 1981. Host, Johnny Cash—A Merry Memphis Christmas, CBS, 1982. Host Johnny Cash's America, HBO, 1982. Host, Johnny Cash: Cowboy Heroes, CBS, 1982. Host, Johnny Cash: Christmas 1983, CBS, 1983. Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Super Birthday Special, NBC, 1984. Glen Campbell and Friends: The Silver Anniversary, HBO, 1984. Host, Johnny Cash: Christmas on the Road, CBS, 1984. The 10th Anniversary Johnny Cash Christmas Special, CBS, 1985. Host, The Winning Hand, syndicated, 1985. Liberty Weekend, ABC, 1986. Texas 150: A Celebration Special, ABC, 1986. The Academy of Country Music's 20th Anniversary Reunion, NBC, 1986. The Best of Farm Aid: An American Event, HBO, 1986. "A Boston Pops Fourth with John Williams and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra," Evening at Pops, PBS, 1987. Country Music Legends, PBS, 1987. The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1988. Coming Home: A Rockin' Reunion, TBS, 1989. Amazing Grace with Bill Moyers, PBS, 1990. Johnny Cash: An Inside Look, TNN, 1990. Host, TNN's All-Star Salute to Country Music, TNN, 1990. Highwaymen Live!, The Disney Channel, 1991. The Grand O/e Opry 65th /Ann/versary Celebration: The New Tradition, CBS, 1991. Columbia Records Celebrates the Music of Bob Dylan, cable pay-per-view, 1992. Hats Off to Minnie Pearl: America Honors Minnie Pearl, TNN, 1992. The Making of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," TN N, 1992. The Highwaymen, TNN, 1992. A Capitol Fourth 1993, PBS, 1993. Farm Aid VI, TNN, 1993. Star Bangled Branson (also known as Family Channel's Branson Music Hall), The Family Channel, 1993. "The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration," In the Spotlight, PBS, 1993. Willie Nelson the Big Six-O: An All-Star Birthday Celebration, CBS, 1993. Host, Gene Autry: Melody of the West, 1994. The Roots of Country: Nashville Celebrates the flyman, CBS, 1994. Willie Nelson: My Life, 1994.

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Narrator, Beneath the Big Sky, 1995. Kris Kristofferson: Songwriter, The Disney Channel, 1995. The Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, HBO, 1995. The Marty Party, TNN, 1995. America's Music: The Roots of Country, TBS, 1996. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1996. Ralph Emery: On the Record with ]ohnny Cash, TNN, 1997. The Life and Times of Willie Nelson, TNN, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Himself, The Spacfe Cooley Show, 1958. "The Death of Gray," The Rebel, ABC, 1960. "The Deathly Quiet/' The Deputy, NBC, 1961. "John Ross: The Trial of Tears/' NET Playhouse, PBS, 1970. "What? And Get Out of Show Business?" The Partridge Family, ABC, 1970. Evening at Pops, PBS, 1970. Dick Clark Presents the Rock 'n' Roll Years, ABC, between 1973 and 1974. Tommy Brown, "Swan Song," Columbo, NBC, 1974. Austin City Limits, PBS, 1975. "The Collection," Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1976. Himself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1980. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1982. ABC in Concert, ABC, 1991. Kid Cole, "Saving Souls," Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993. Kid Cole, "Law of the Land," Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993. Kid Cole, "The Thanksgiving," Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1994. Storytellers, VM, 1996. Voice of Coyote, "The Mysterious Voyage of Our Homer" (animated), The Simpsons, Fox, 1997. Also appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and The George Cobel Show. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 19th Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1985. The 20th Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1986. The American Music Awards, 1986. Host, The 21st Annual Music City News Country Awards, 1987. The 22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1987.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 The 23rd Annual Music City News Country Awards, 1989. Grammy Legends Show (also known as Grammy Living Legends Awards), CBS, 1990. The 26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1991. The 26th Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1992. The 27th Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1993. Presenter, The 29th Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1995. Presenter, The 31st Annual Country Music Association Awards, 1997. Other Television Appearances: Davy Crockett: Rainbow in the Thunder, 1988. Film Appearances: Guest star, Hootenanny Hoot, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1963. Johnny Cabot, Door-to-Door Maniac (also known as Five Minutes to Live), Sutton, 1966. Himself, Festival, 1967. Johnny Cash! The Man, His World, and His Music, 1969. Abe Cross, A Cunfight, Paramount, 1971. Pete Seeger . . . A Song and a Stone, 1972. Narrator, The Gospel Road, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Himself, Black Water (also known as Tennessee Nights), 1989. Himself, Radio Star—Die AFN-Story, 1994. Also appeared in the film The Night Rider. Film Work: Producer (with June Cash), The Gospel Road, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Stage Appearances: The Will Rogers Follies, Palace Theatre, New York City, between 1991 and 1993. Performed in concert at Carnegie Hall, New York City, and the Palladium, London, both 1968. Radio Appearances: Performed on Grand O/e Opry, c. 1956. RECORDINGS Albums: Hey Porter, Sun, 1955.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Johnny Cash with His Hot & Blue Guitar, Sun, 1958. The Fabulous Johnny Cash, Columbia, 1958. Hymns by Johnny Cash, Columbia, 1959. Songs of Our Soil, Columbia, 1959. Now, There Was a Song!, Columbia, 1960. Ride This Train, Columbia, 1960. The Lure of the Grand Canyon, Columbia, 1961. Now Here's Johnny Cash, Sun, 1961. The Sound of Johnny Cash, Columbia, 1962. Hymns from the Heart, Columbia, 1962. All Aboard the Blue Train, Sun, 1962. Blood Sweat & Tears, Columbia, 1963. Christmas Spirit, Columbia, 1963. Keep on the Sunnyside, CBS, 1964. Bitter Tears, Columbia, 1964. / Walk the Line, Columbia, 1964. Mean as Hell, Columbia, 1965. The Original Sound of Johnny Cash, Sun, 1965. Country Round Up, Fontana, 1965. Orange Blossom Special, Columbia, 1965. Johnny Cash Sings Ballads of the True West, Columbia, 1965. Ballads of the True West 2, CBS, 1965. Everybody Loves a Nut, Columbia, 1966. That's What You Get for Loving Me, CBS, 1966. Happiness Is You, Columbia, 1966. Carryin'On, Columbia, 1967. From Sea to Shining Sea, Columbia, 1967. Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, Columbia, 1968. The Holy Land, Columbia, 1968. Old Golden Throat, CBS, 1968. Get Rhythm, Sun, 1969. Singing Story Teller, Sun, 1969. Jackson, CBS, 1969. 5tor/ 5ongs of Trains and Rivers, Sun, 1969. Johnny Cash, CBS, 1969. Hello, I'm Johnny Cash, CBS, 1969. Boom Chick a Boom, Mercury, 1969. Johnny Cash at San Quentin, Columbia, 1969. Nashville Skyline, Columbia, 1969. The Legend, Sun, 1970. Walls of a Prison, Harmony, 1970. Country Comeback, Sun, 1970. Johnny Cash Show, CBS, 1970. The Great Johnny Cash, Hallmark, 1970. Original Johnny Cash, Charly, 1970. Little Fauss & Big Halsy, Columbia, 1970. Sunday Down South, CBS, 1970. The World of Johnny Cash, CBS, 1970. Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams, Sun, 1971. Understand the Man, Harmony, 1971. A Man in Black, Columbia, 1971. International Superstar, CBS, 1971. Starportrait, CBS, 1972.

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Give My Love to Rose, Harmony, 1972. A Thing Called Love, CBS, 1972. Song Book, Harmony, 1972. Sunday Morning Coming Down, CBS, 1972. Magnificent Johnny Cash, Hallmark, 1972. Christmas & the Cash Family, CBS, 1972. The Gospel Road Part 1, CBS, 1973. The Gospel Road Part 2, CBS, 1973. Country & Western Superstar, CBS, 1973. America, Columbia, 1973. Any Old Wind that Blows, Columbia, 1973. Johnny Cash & His Woman, CBS, 1973. Mighty Johnny Cash, Hallmark, 1973. This Is Johnny Cash, Harmony, 1973. Rough Cut King of Country Music, Sun, 1974. Five Feet High and Rising, CBS, 1974. At Osteraker Prison, CBS, 1974. Ballads of American Indians, Harmony, 1974. Junkie & Juicehead, Columbia, 1974. Gentle Giant of Country, Sun, 1974. Ragged Old Flag, CBS, 1974. John R. Cash, Columbia, 1974. I Walk the Line, CBS, 1974. Riding the Rails, CBS, 1975. Childrens Album, CBS, 1975. Look at Them Beans, Columbia, 1975. / Forgot to Remember, Hallmark, 1975. Spotlight on Johnny Cash, Sun, 1975. Johnny Cash Sings Precious Memories, Columbia, 1975. Story of a Broken Heart, Hallmark, 1976. Destination Victoria Station, CBS, 1976. Making a Legend, Charly, 1976. In Sweden, CBS, 1976. Strawberry Cake, Columbia, 1976. One Piece at a Time, Columbia, 1976. Ballad of a Teenage Queen, Charly, 1976. Last Gunfighter Ballad, Columbia, 1977. Names & Places, Embassy, 1977. The Rambler, Columbia, 1977. The Unissued Johnny Cash, Bear Family, 1978. / Would Like to See You Again, Columbia, 1978. Cone Girl, CBS, 1978. Johnny & June, Bear Family, 1978. Silver, Columbia, 1979. A Boy Named Sue, CBS, 1979. Rockabilly Blues, Columbia, 1980. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, Hallmark, 1980. A Believer Sings the Truth, CBS, 1980. Encore, CBS, 1981. The Baron, CBS, 1981. A Free Man, CBS, 1981. Inside a Swedish Prison, Bear Family, 1982. Survivors, Razor & Tie, 1982.

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Johnny 99, Columbia, 1983. Tall Man, Bear Family, 1984. Heroes, Razor & Tie, 1986. Class of '55, American Recordings, 1986. Interviews from the Class of '55 Recording Sessions, American Recordings, 1986. Believe in Him, 1986. First Years, Allegiance, 1987. / Walk the Line, Intertape, 1987. Home of the Blues, Topline, 1987. Johnny Cash Is Coming to Town, Mercury, 1987. Hal I of Fame, 1988. Country Store, Masterpiece, 1988. Legend, Prima, 1988. Water from the Wells of Home, Mercury, 1988. Born to Lose, Instant, 1989. The Mystery of Life, Mercury, 1990. Man in Black: 1954-1958, Bear Family, 1990. Many Sides of johnny Cash, CBS, 1991. Classic Christmas, CBS, 1991. Giant Hits, Sony Special, 1992. American Recordings, American, 1994. Back to Back, K-tel, 1994. Unchained, American Recordings, 1996. Live, Fat Boy, 1996. Singles include "Folsom Prison Blues/' 1954; "Cry, Cry, Cry," Sun, 1955; "I Walk the Line/7 Sun, 1956; "Don't Take Your Guns to Town/' Columbia, 1959; "Tennessee Flat Top Box," Columbia, 1961; "Ring of Fire," Columbia, 1963; "A Boy Named Sue," Columbia, 1969; "Sunday Morning Coming Down," Columbia, 1970; "Rockabilly Blues," Columbia, 1980; "Highwayman," Columbia, 1985; "Ballad of a Teenage Queen;" "Jackson;" "Pickin' Time;" "Daddy Sang Bass;" "All Over Again;" and "I Got Stripes." Albums; Compilations: Vintage Years: 1955-1963, Rhino, 1987. Classic Cash: Hall of Fame Series, Mercury, 1987. Columbia Records, 1958-1986, Columbia, 1987. The Sun Years, Rhino, 1990. The Best oflohnny Cash, Curb, 1991. The Man in Black: 1959-1962, Bear Family, 1991. Come Along and Ride This Train, Bear Family, 1991. The Essential Johnny Cash, 1955-1983, Columbia,

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Television: Composer, The Pride of]essie Hallam (movie), CBS, 1981. Songwriter, "The Spirit of '76," "A Boston Pops Fourth with John Williams and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra" (special), Evening at Pops, PBS, 1987.

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Voice of Eliza Thornberry, The Thornberries (also known as The Wild Thornberries), Nickelodeon, 1998—. Television Appearances; Movies: Hazel, A Little Piece of Heaven, NBC, 1991. Baby June, Gypsy, CBS, 1993. Jenny Newhall, When Secrets Kill (also known as Mother's Day), ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Star Search'91, 1991. Voice of Bobbi Porter, "Runaways," Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (animated), 1996. Voice of Kim, "For It May Come True," Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (animated), 1996.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Cash, Johnny, Man in Black: His Own Story in His Own Words, Zondervan (Grand Rapids, Ml), 1975. Contemporary Authors, Volume 142, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1994. Contemporary Musicians, Volume 1, Gale, 1989.

Other Television Appearances: Presenter, The 8th Annual Kids' Choice Awards (special), 1995. Carly Gallagher, "Educating Mom,"/4£C/4ftersc/7OO/ Specials, ABC, 1996.

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Film Appearances: Singing voice for the young Anastasia, Anastasia (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Jill, Babes in Toyland (animated), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists Home Video, 1997. Little Red, Little Redux Riding Hood, Buena Vista Home Video, 1997. Voice of Shani, daughter of Simba, Lion King II: Simba's Pride (animated; also known asSimba's Pride), Buena Vista Home Video, 1998. Penny Robinson, Lost in Space, New Line, 1998.

Surname is pronounced Sha-faare; born September 30, 1982, in Purvis, MS; daughter of Tony (a maintenance operations representative for an oil company) and Julie (a homemaker) Chabert.

Stage Appearances: Cosette and Gavroche, Les Miserables, Broadway Theatre, then Imperial Theatre, both New York City, between 1987 and 1995.

Addresses: Agent— International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

OTHER SOURCES

Periodicals: Interview, December, 1996, p. 114.*

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Career: Actress. Violinist, pianist, and singer.

Periodicals: People Weekly, March 3, 1997, p. 78.*

Awards, Honors: Hollywood Reporter Young Star Award, for her portrayal of Claudia Salinger, Party of Five.

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(Glaser) Charming; married Theodore Naidish (a writer; divorced); married Al Carson (a professional football player; divorced); married Charles F. Lowe (a television producer and manager), September 5, 1956; children: Channing George Lowe (a political cartoonist). Education: Attended Bennington College. Religion: Christian Scientist. Politics: Democrat. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212. Career: Actress and singer. Cabaret performer at various venues, including the Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, 1957, the Nugget Hotel, Reno, NV, 1972, and the Palmer House, Chicago, IL, 1972. Performer at the Inaugural Gala for President Lyndon B. Johnson, Washington, DC, 1965; also a performer at the Apollo Theatre, Harlem, and at resorts in the Pocono Mountains. Also worked as a model. Member: Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: New York Drama Critics Circle Award, 1948, for Lend an Ear; Theatre World Award, 1949; Antoinette Perry Award nominations, best actress in a musical, 1956, for The Vamp, and 1961, for Show Girl; Antoinette Perry Award and New York Drama Critics Award, both 1964, for He//o Dolly!; Golden Globe Award and Academy Award nomination, both best supporting actress, 1967, for Thoroughly Modern Millie; Antoinette Perry Special Award, 1968; London Critics Award, 1970, forCaro/ Channing and Her Ten Stout-Hearted Men; Woman of the Year Award, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Harvard University, 1971; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actress in a musical, 1974, for Lorelei, or Gentlemen Still Prefer Blondes; Antoinette Perry Award, 1995, for lifetime achievement in the theatre. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Singer, No for an Answer, Center Theatre, New York City, 1941. Let's Face It, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1941. Steve, Proof through the Night, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1942. Lend an Ear, National Theatre, New York City, 1948. Lorelei Lee, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Ziegfeld Theatre, New York City, 1949, later Palace Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1951. Ruth, Wonderful Town, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1953.

Flora Weems, The Vamp, Winter Garden Theatre, 1955. Show Business, Curran Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1959. Show Girl, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1961. Dolly Gallagher Levi, Hello, Dolly!, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1964-65, then Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1966, later Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1978, later Shaftesbury Theatre, London, England, 1980, later New York City, 1995. Four on a Garden, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1971. Carol Channing and Her Ten Stout-Hearted Men, Drury Lane Theatre, London, England, 1971. Carol Channing and Her Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Princess Theatre, Melbourne, Australia, and Regent Theatre, Sydney, Australia, both 1972. Lorelei Lee, Lorelei, or Gentlemen Still Prefer Blondes (also known as Lorelei), Palace Theatre, New York City, 1974. Lorelei Lee, Parade of Stars Playing the Palace, Palace Theatre, 1983. The Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Legends, Los Angeles, CA, 1985-86. Herself and performer of song "Little Girl from Little Rock/' Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, 1990. Give My Regards to Broadway, Carnegie Hall, New York City, 1991. Also appeared in So Proudly We Hail. Major Tours: Lorelei Lee, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, U.S. cities, 1951-52. Eliza Doolittle, Pygmalion, U.S. cities, 1953. Ruth, Wonderful Town, U.S. cities, 1954. Show Business, U.S. cities, 1959. Show Girl Revue, U.S. cities, 1961. George Burns-Carol Channing Musical Revue, U.S. cities, 1962. Dolly Gallagher Levi, Hello, Dolly!, U.S. cities, 196566, 1967, 1977-80, 1983, and 1994-95. The Carol Channing Show, U.S. cities, 1971. Lorelei Lee, Lorelei, or Gentlemen Still Prefer Blondes (also known as Lorelei), U.S. cities, 1975. Alma, The Bed before Yesterday, Florida cities, 1976. Jerry's Girls, Florida cities, 1984. Sylvia Glenn, Legends, U.S. cities, 1986.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Film Appearances: Mrs. Peters, Paid in Full, 1950. Molly Wade, The First Traveling Saleslady, Universal, 1956. Muzzy, Thoroughly Modem Millie, Universal, 1967. Flo Banks, Skidoo, Paramount, 1968. Voice, Shinbone Alley, 1971. Heartland guest, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1978. Voice of Muddy, Happily Ever After (animated), First National Film Corporation, 1990. Herself, Wisecracks, Alliance Releasing, 1991. Voice of Miss Fieldmouse, Hans Christian Andersen's

Thumbelina (animated; also known as Thumbelina), Warner Bros., 1994. Herself, Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story (also known as The Line King), Castle Hill Productions, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: White Queen, Alice in Wonderland, CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: "This Little Kitty Stayed Cool," Omnibus, CBS, 1953. Person to Person, CBS, 1956. 'Three Men on a Horse," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. The George Burns Show, NBC, 1959. "At Carol Channing V The Big Party for Rev/on, CBS, 1959. Herself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1979. "Aunt Sylvia/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. "My Aunt, The Warrior/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. "My Friend the Executrix/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. "Distant Relative," Magnum, P./., CBS, 1983. "Authoress! Authoress!/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "Soap Star," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. "Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?," The Love Boat, ABC, 1987. The New Hollywood Squares, syndicated, 1988. Super Password, NBC, 1988. Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, syndicated, 1989. Sweethearts, syndicated, 1989. "Carol Channing's B road way," Even ing at Pops, PBS, 1989. Voice, Where's Waldo? (animated), CBS, 1991. Voice of Granny Frump, The Addams Family (animated), ABC, 1992. Herself, The Bold and the Beautiful (also known as Clamour, Rags, and Top Models), CBS, 1993. Herself, The Nanny, CBS, 1993. Voice, The Magic School Bus (animated), PBS, 1994. "Girlie Show," Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Cartoon Network, 1995. Herself, The Dana Carvey Show, ABC, 1996.

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Herself, The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997. Herself, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Also appeared in Captain Kangaroo and The Lucy Show, both CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: The Carol Channing Show (unaired), CBS, 1967. Television Appearances; Specials: Svengali and the Blonde, NBC, 1955. Crescendo, CBS, 1957. The Best on Record, NBC, 1965. The Wonderful World of Burlesque, NBC, 1966. Carol Channing and 101 Men, ABC, 1967. Carol Channing and Pearl Bailey on Broadway, ABC, 1969. Carol Channing Proudly Presents the Seven Deadly Sins, ABC, 1969. Danny Thomas Looks at Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, CBS, 1970. /'ma Fan, CBS, 1972. One More Time, NBC, 1974. Bob Hope Comedy Special, NBC, 1974. Parade of Stars, ABC, 1983. George Burns Celebrates 80 Years in Show Business, NBC, 1983. The Night of 100 Stars II (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1985. George Burns 90th Birthday Party (also known as Kraft Salutes the George Burns 90th Birthday Spec/a/), CBS, 1986. Herself and performer of song "Little Girl from Little Rock," "Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne" (also known as "The Music of Jule Styne"), Great Performances, PBS, 1987. The /2th Annual Circus of the Stars (also known as Circus of the Stars), CBS, 1987. Herself and performer of song "Little Girl from Little Rock," Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990. Herself, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1992. Herself,/erry Herman's Broadway at the Bowl, PBS, 1994. Herself, The Golden Globe's 50th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1994. Herself, The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, HBO, 1995. Gail Sheehy's New Passages, ABC, 1996. Also appeared in The Carol Channing Special. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Herself, The 1st Annual Comedy Awards, 1987.

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Herself, The 43rd Annual Tony Awards, 1989. Herself, The 45th Annual Tony Awards, 1991. Herself, The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1992. Presenter, The 46th Annual Tony Awards, 1992. Honoree of lifetime achievement in the theatre award, The 49th Annual Tony Awards, 1995. Herself, The 50th Annual Tony Awards, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, June 2, 1995, p. 29. Interview, October, 1995, p. 84. Vanity Fair, October, 1995, pp. 262-266, 268, 292293.*

CHARNIN, Martin 1934PERSONAL Full name, Martin Jay Charnin; born November 24, 1934, in New York, NY; son of William (a Metropolitan opera singer) and Birdie (Blakeman) Charnin; married Lynn Ross (a West 5/cfe Story dancer), March 2,1958 (divorced, 1961); married Genii Prior (a West Side Story dancer), January 8, 1962 (divorced); married Jade Hobson (a fashion director for Vogue, Mirabella, and New York Magazine), December, 1984; children: (first marriage) Randy; (second marriage) Sasha. Education: Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, B.A., 1956. Addresses: Office—c/o Richard Ticktin, Esq., 1345 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10105-0302. Career: Director, lyricist, composer, author, and producer. Began career as a "Jet" in the original production of West Side Story. Author and director of nightclub acts for various performers, including Diahann Carroll, Abbe Lane, Dionne Warwick, Nancy Wilson, Leslie Uggams, Jose Ferrer, Larry Kert, and Andrea McArdle. Member: American Guild of Authors and Composers, Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America, Dramatists Guild, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (executive board member), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, New York Theatre Actors Society, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.

Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding variety or musical program, 1970, for Annie, the Woman in the Life of a Man; Emmy Awards, outstanding single program—variety or musical, and outstanding director—comedy, variety, or music special (with Walter C. Miller), and Emmy Award nomination, outstanding writing—comedy, variety, or music special, all 1972, for "Jack Lemmon in S'Wonderful, S'Marvelous, S'Gershwin," Bell System Family Theatre; gold record, Recording Industry Association of America, 1972, for "The Best Thing You've Ever Done"; Emmy Award nomination (with Dave Wilson), outstanding director—comedy, variety, or music special, 1973, for/ac/c Lemmon—Get Happy. Drama Desk Awards, best lyrics and best director of a musical, 1977, Antoinette Perry Award, best score of a Broadway musical, Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best director of a Broadway musical, and New York Drama Critics Circle Award, best new musical, all 1977, for Annie; Grammy Award, best cast show album (with Charles Strouse), 1977, for Annie; Antoinette Perry Award nominations, best book of a musical and best direction of a musical, both 1981, for The First; gold and platinum records for stage and film albums of Annie; Standard Award, most performed song of the decade, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, for "Tomorrow." CREDITS Stage Work; Director, Except Where Indicated: Kaleidoscope Revue, Provincetown Playhouse, Boston, MA, 1957. Ballad for a Firing Squad, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1968. Nash at Nine (adaptation of the work of Ogden Nash), Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1973. Music! Music!, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1974. The National Lampoon Show, New Palladium, New York City, 1975. Annie, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1977-81, American National Theatre Academy, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, and Uris Theatre, all New York City, 1981, later Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1996. Bar Mitzvah Boy, London, England, 1978. The First, Martin Beck Theatre, 1981. A Little Family Business, Ahmanson Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, then Martin Beck Theatre, both 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Martin Charnin's Upstairs at O'Neal's (also known as Upstairs at O'Neal's and Upstairs), O'Neal's Forty-third Street Theatre, New York City, 1982. Production supervisor, On the Swing Shift, Manhattan Theatre Club/Downstage, New York City, 1982. A Backer's Audition, Manhattan Theatre Club/Upstage, New York City, 1983-84, later American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1992. Jokers, Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT, 1986-87. No Frills Revue, Musical Theatre Works, City Stage Company Theatre, New York City, 1987, then Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1987-88. Production supervisor, Mike, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1987-88. (And adaptor) Cafe Crown, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1989. Laughing Matters, Arts Common at St. Peter's Church, New York City, 1989. 5/cf Caesar and Company: Does Anybody Know What I'm Talking About?, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1989. Annie Two: Miss Hannigan's Revenge, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1989-90. Annie Warbucks, Goodspeed Opera House, 1990, then Marriot Hotel Theatre, Lincolnshire, England, 1992, later Drury Lane Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1992, then San Bernardino, CA, 1993, and Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 1993-94. Winchell, Depot Theatre, Westport, NY, 1991, then Brooks Atkinson Theatre Workshop, New York City, 1991. Carnal Knowledge, Kaufman Theatre, New York City, 1993. In Persons, Kaufman Theatre, New York City, 1993. The Flowering Peach, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1994. Starcrossed: The Trial of Galileo, Goodspeed-at-Chester/ Norma Terris Theatre, East Haddam, CT, 1994. Loose Lips: A Dangerous Revue, Triad Theatre, New York City, 1995, later at The Eighty Eights, New York City, 1998. Mata Han, York Theatre Company, New York City, 1995, later St. Peter's Church, 1996. Can-Can, Goodspeed Opera House, 1995. Jeanne La Pucelle, Place des Arts, Montreal, 1997. Annie, Netherlands production, 1997-98. Josephine, 1998-99. Stage Appearances: Big Deal, West Side Story, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1957, later Winter Garden Theatre, 1960.

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The Girls against the Boys, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1959. Television Work; Specials: Producer, Annie, the Woman in the Life of a Man, CBS, 1970. Director (with Walter C. Miller) and producer, George Ml, NBC, 1970. Producer, Dames at Sea, NBC, 1972. Director (with Walter C. Miller) and producer, "Jack Lemmon in 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous, 'S Gershwin/' Bell System Family Theatre, NBC, 1972. Producer and creator, Cole Porter in Paris, NBC, 1973. Director (with Dave Wilson) and producer, Jack Lemmon—Get Happy (also known as Get Happy: The Music of Harold Arlen), NBC, 1973. Director and producer, Annie and the Hoods, ABC, 1974. Producer, George Ml, CBS, 1976. The Annie Christmas Show, 1977. C'mon Saturday, 1977. Television Appearances; Specials: Broadway Plays Washington, PBS, 1982. Music by Richard Rodgers, PBS, 1990. Turning Point, ABC, 1997. The Finding of Annie, 1997. Television Work; Pilots: Produced pilot for Children's Television Workshop, 1973. Television Appearances; Pilots: Judge, Opryland: Night of Stars and Future Stars, NBC, 1981. WRITINGS Song Lyrics for the Stage: Kaleidoscope Revue, Provincetown Playhouse, Boston, MA, 1957. Fallout Revue, Renata Theatre, New York City, 1959. Pieces of Eight, Upstairs at the Downstairs Theatre, New York City, 1959. Hot Spot, Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1963. Zenda, Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, Los Angeles, CA, 1963. Mata Han, National Theatre, Washington, DC, 1967, then York Theatre Company, New York City, 1995. Ballad for a Firing Squad, Theatre de Lys, 1968.

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Two by Two, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 197071. Annie (includes song "Tomorrow"), Alvin Theatre, 1977-81, later American National Theatre Academy, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, and Uris Theatre, all New York City, 1981. / Remember Mama, Majestic Theatre, 1979. (With others) The Madwoman of Central Park West, Twenty-two Steps Theatre, New York City, 1979. (With others) Lena Home: The Lady and Her Music, Nederlander Theatre, New York City, 1980-81. The First, Martin Beck Theatre, 1981. (And composer) Sid Caesar and Company: Does Anybody Know What I'm Talking About?, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1989. Annie Two: Miss Hannigan's Revenge, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 198990. Annie Warbucks, Goodspeed Opera House, 1990, then Marriot Hotel Theatre, 1992, later Drury Lane Theatre, 1992, then San Bernardino, CA, 1993, and Variety Arts Theatre, 1993-94. Winchell, Depot Theatre, then Brooks Atkinson Theatre Workshop, both 1991. Hey, Love, The Eighty Eights, New York City, 1993. Annie: A Twentieth Anniversary Revival, Martin Beck Theatre, 1997, then U.S. tour. Josephine, 1998-99. Song Lyrics for the Stage; Major Tours: Little Revue, 1960. Zenda, California cities, 1963. Annie, U.S. cities and London, England, beginning in 1978. Lena Home: The Lady and Her Music, U.S. cities, beginning in 1982. Librettos for the Stage: (With others) Kaleidoscope Revue, Provincetown Playhouse, 1957. Fallout Revue, Renata Theatre, 1959. Wet Paint, Renata Theatre, 1965. (With Joel Siegel) The First, Martin Beck Theatre, 1981. (With Keith Levinson) Winchell, Depot Theatre and Brooks Atkinson Theatre Workshop, both 1991. CanCan (revision of Abe Burrows original), Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT, 1995. Story Ideas for the Stage: Nash at Nine (adaptation of the work of Ogden Nash), Helen Hayes Theatre, 1973. Upstairs, O'Neal's Forty-third Street Theatre, 1982.

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Song Lyrics; Singles: Lyricist for songs, including "The Best Thing You've Ever Done," 1972, "Maman," "Arianne," and 'That's a Fine Kind of Freedom/' Juvenile Fiction: The Giraffe Who Sounded Like O/' Blue Eyes, illustrated by Kate Draper, Dutton (New York City), 1976. Nonfiction: Annie: A Theatre Memoir, Dutton, 1977.

CHESTER, Nora PERSONAL Daughter of Leland Rucker (a banker and oil executive) and Alice Catherine (a singer and writer; maiden name, Collins) Chester. Education: Washington State University, B.A. (speech), 1973; Florida State University, M.F.A. (acting), 1976.

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NY; Maddy, Ornaments, Direct Theatre, NY; Eleanor Bull, Death by Misadventure, N.E.T.W.O.R.K. Studios, NY; Louka, Arms and the Man, Dionysa, Bawd, Pericles, Belle Starr, Jesse and the Bandit Queen, all at University of Rochester Summer Theatre; Anise, Watch on the Rhine, Gertrude, The Sea Horse, Attic Theatre; Gertrude Stein, A Conversation with Gertrude Stein, Mrs. Drudge, The Real Inspector Hound, Josie, A Moon for the Misbegotten, all at Bergenstage, NJ; Ethel, The Music Man, Agatha, Guys and Dolls, Ann Mulcahy, Hogan's Goat, Gertrude, The Sea Horse, all at Asolo State Theatre; waitress, wife, Put Them All Together, courtesan, A Comedy of Errors, McCarter, Princeton, NJ; Kate, The S.S. Glencairn, Long Wharf, New Haven, CT; Eunice, A Streetcar Named Desire, Daughter Margaret, Quilters, both at Geva; April, The Hot L Baltimore, Nurse, Wings, Sue Bay I iss, All My Sons, all at Alaska Repertory; Leatha, Food from Trash, Actors Theatre of Louisville, KY; Jessie, 'night Mother, Alley Theatre; various productions, Asolo State Theater, Sarasota, FL, 1985-86. Stage Work; Director: Directed A Coup/a White Chicks Sitting Around Talking, Attic Theatre; and Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music, Alaska Repertory. Television Appearances: Appeared in CBS Mystery Theatre and Texas. WRITINGS

Addresses: Home—Five West 95th St., New York, NY 10025. Career: Actress, director, and writer. Volunteer for Cancer Care and the American Cancer Society. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. CREDITS

Stage Plays: Author of A Conversation with Gertrude Stein, produced at Bergenstage, NJ.*

CHEUNG, Leslie 1956(Jeung Gwok Wing, Zhang Guorong) PERSONAL

Stage Appearances: Alicia, No Stranger, Philadelphia Festival Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1987-88. Heaven's Hard, The Alley Theatre, Houston, TX, 1988-89. 'Tatty," Look Homeward, Angel, Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, NY, 1989. Also appeared as Pauline, Four to Four, Ubu Repertory, NY; June, This Place Is Closed. . ./Production Company, NY; Pup, Pup, Theatre of the Open Eye,

Original name, Cheung Kwok-wing; born September 12, 1956, in Hong Kong; son of a tailor. Education: Attended University of Leeds. Avocational interests: Tennis, jogging, squash, swimming. Career: Actor and singer. Rediffusion Television (now Asia Television), worked as actor. Awards, Honors: Hong Kong Film Award nominations, best actor, 1982, for Lie huo qing chun, 1987,

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for Yinghungbunsik II, and 1988, for Yin ji kau; Hong Kong Film Award, best actor, 1991, for A fei zheng zhuan; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best original film song, 1994, for "Hung Ngaan Baak Faat" (title means "Red Face, White Hair"), Bai fa mo nu zhuan; Hong Kong Film Award, best original song, for "Jui" (title means "Chase"), and Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best actor, both 1995, for Cum gee yuk yip; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best original film song, 1996, for "Ye Boon Goh Sing" (title means "Midnight Song"), Ye ban ge sheng; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best actor, 1996, for Se qing nan nu; Golden Horse Award nomination, best actor, 1997, for Cheun gwong tsa sit; Hong Kong Film Award nomination, best original film song, for "Yau Sum Yun" (title means "Someone with Heart"), Cum gee yuk yip 2. CREDITS Film Appearances: Encore, 1980. On Trial (also known as Shi ye sheng), 1980. Energetic 21, 1982. Little Dragon Maiden, 1982. Sam, Teenage Dreamers, 1982. Lie huo qing chun, 1982. Nomad, 1982. The Drummer (also known as Gu shou), Sincere Film Production Co., 1982. First Time, 1983. Merry Christmas (also known as Sheng dan kuai /e), 1984. Behind the Ye//ow Line, 1984. Intellectual Trio (also known as Long feng zhi duo xing), 1984. Double Decker (also known as San wen zhi), 1984. Crazy Romance (also known as Da sao ba), 1985. For Your Heart Only (also known as Wei ni zhong q/ng), 1985. Kit Sung, A Better Tomorrow (also known as Y/ngx/ong faense), Golden Princess, 1986. Last Song in Paris (also known as Ou ran), 1986. Kit, A Better Tomorrow II (also known as Yinghung bunsik II and Gangland Boss), 1987. (As Zhang Guorong) NingTsai-Shen,A Chinese Ghost Story (also known as Sinnui yauman), Golden Harvest, 1987. (As Zhang Guorong) Twelfth master Chan Chen-Pang, Rouge (also known as Yanzhi kou and Yin ji kau), Peter Chow International, 1988. Fatal Love (also known as Sha zhi Han), 1988. Aces Go Places V: The Terracotta Hit (also known as X/'n zuijia paidang), 1989.

Ning,/A Chinese Ghost Story II (also known asSinnui Yauman II), 1990. (As Cheung Kwok-wing) Yuddy, Days of Being Wild (also known as A fei zheng zhuan, Ah Pel's Story, and The True Story of Ah Fei), In-GearFilm, 1991. Jim, Once a Thief (also known as Zongsheng sihai), 1991. The Banquet (also known as Haomen yeyan), 1991. Family Happiness (also known as ]ia you xi shi and All's Well, Ends Well), 1992. Cheng Dieyi, Farewell, My Concubine (also known as Ba wangbie ji), Miramax, 1993. Zhou Yihang, The Bride with White Hair (also known as Bakfat monui chun and Bai fa mo nu zhuan), Yes Pictures/Eastern Films, 1993. Ou-yangFeng, "Malicious West," Ashes of Time (also known as Dung che sal duk), Scholar Productions, 1994. Ming, He's a Woman, She's a Man (also known as Cam Tsi Yuk Yip), Peter Chow International, 1994. Zhou, The Bride with White Hair II (also known as ]iang-Hu: Between Love and Glory 2 and Ba/ fa mo nu zhuan II), 1994. Sun (Chui), The Chinese Feast (also known as//n yu man tang), 1994. Wang Yao-shih, The Eag/e Shooting Heroes: Dong Cheng Xi ]iu (also known asSed/u yinghungtsun tsi dung sing sal tsau), Jet Tone, 1994. Long and Winding Road (also known as//n xiu qian cheng), 1994. Hsu Wen-chiang (Tom), Shanghai Grand (also known as San Seunghoi Tan), Newport Entertainment, 1996. Yu Zhongliang, Temptress Moon (also known as Feng Yue), Miramax, 1996. Song Danping, The Phantom Lover (also known as Ye ban ge sheng), Mandarin Films/Sil-Metropole Organization, 1996. Sing, the movie director, Viva Erotica (also known as Se qing nan nu), Films Unlimited/Golden Harvest, 1996. Sam Koo, Who's the Woman, Who's the Man (also known as Gum gee yuk yip 2), United Filmmakers Organization/Golden Harvest, 1996. Ghoung, Tr/star (also known as Da san yuan), 1996. Lai Yiu-fai (some sources say Ho Po-wing), Happy Together (also known as Cheun gwong tsa sit and Happy), Golden Harvest, 1997. Film Work: Executive producer, The Phantom Lover (also known as Ye ban ge sheng), Mandarin Films/SilMetropole Organization, 1996.

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Albums: The Wind Blows On, 1981 .*

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Name is sometimes transliterated as Jau Yun Faat and Chou Jun-fa; born May 18, 1955, on Nam Nga Island, Hong Kong; married, wife's name Jasmine. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. ContactChow Yun-fat International Friends Club Ltd., P.O. Box 71288, Kowloon Central, Hong Kong. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Asian Pacific Festival Award and Taiwan Golden Horse Award, both best actor, 1985, for Hong Kong 1941; Taiwan Golden Horse Award, best actor, 1987, for An Autumn's Tale; Hong Kong Academy Awards, best actor, 1987, for A Better Tomorrow, 1988, for City on Fire, and 1990, for All about Ah Long. CREDITS Film Appearances: Learned Bride Trice Fools Bridegroom, Hip Lee, 1976. Massage Girls (also known as Chi nu and Pond Girl), 1976. The Hunter, the Butterfly, and the Crocodile, Hip Lee, 1976. Hot Blood, Hip Lee, 1977. Miss "O" (also known as "O" nu), 1978. The Private Lives, Hip Lee, 1978. Heroic Cops (also known asjingwangshuangxiong), 1978. Joy to the World, Tak Lee, 1980. Police Sir, Golden Princess, 1980.

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See-Bar (also known as Shi ba and Master Father), 1980. Executioner, Golden Princess, 1981. Woo Viet, The Story of Woo Viet (also known as Hu yuah teku shih)f 1981. The Postman Strikes Back (also known asXun chang ma, Patrol of Horses, and The Postman Fights Back), Golden Harvest Productions/Peace Film Production Co., 1982. Cameo role, Blood Money (also known as Xue han I'm qian and Hard Working Money), 1983. The Bund (also known as Shang hai tan and Shanghai Beach), 1983. Shanghai gangster, The Bund, Part II (also known as Shang hai tan xu ji and Shanghai Beach 2), 1983. The Head Hunter (also known as Lie tou)f 1983. Struggling student, The Last Affair (also known as Hua cheng and Flower City), 1983. Hong Kong 1941 (also known as Dang doi lai ming and Waiting for Dawn), 1984. Love in a Fallen City (also known as Q/ng cheng zhi //an), 1984. The Occupant (also known as Ling qi po ren and The Tenant), 1984. Social worker, Why Me?, Cinema City, 1985. Derek, Women, Shaw Brothers Ltd., 1985. Man, One Hundred Ways to Murder Your Wife (also known as Shaqi errenzu), 1986. Mark Lee, A Better Tomorrow (also known as Yingxiongbensej), Golden Princess, 1986. A Hearty Response (also known as Yi gal yun tian), 1986. Sergeant Lau, Love unto Waste (also known as Deiha ts/ng), 1986. Dream Lovers (also known asMengzhongren), 1986. Rose (also known as Meigui de gushi and The Story of Rose), 1986. A lunatic, The Lunatics (also known as The Story of Maniacs), D & B Films, 1986. Professor, The Missed Date (also known as Chu yi shi wu), 1986. The Romancing Star (also known as Fu xing jia qi, Jingzhuongzhui nu zi, and Chasing Girls), 1986. The Seventh Curse (also known as Yuan zhen xia yu wei si II and Dr. Yuen and Wisely), 1986. Witch from Nepal (also known as Qi yuan, The Affair from Nepal, and The Nepal Affair), 1986. Blacklist, 1986. Ken, A Better Tomorrow II (also known as Yinghung buns Ik 11), 1987. An Autumn's Tale (also known as Liumang daheng and Chou tin dik tong wah), 1987. Brotherhood (also known as Yi ben wu yan, Code of Honour, Promise without a Word, and Triad Savages), 1987.

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Ko Chow, an undercover officer, City on Fire (also known as Long hu feng yun), 1987. Flaming Brothers (also known as Jiang hu long hu men and Dragon and Tiger Fight), 1987. My Will, I Will (also known as Ni qing wo yuan, You Want, I Want, and You Will, I Will)f 1987. Jailbird, Prison on Fire (also known as //an yu feng yun), 1987. Rich and Famous (also known as Cong woo ching, ]iang nu qing, and Drifter Love), 1987. Scared Stiff (also known asXiaoshengmengjinghun and Kid Dreams Thriller), 1987. Spiritual Love (also known as GUI xin niang and The Phantom Bride), 1987. Tragic Hero (also known as Ying hung ho hon, Ying xiong hao han, Hero, Heroic Hero, and Rich and Famous 2), 1987. Yuk Tak-fu, Cherry Blossoms (also known as Yu da fu chuan qi and The Legend of Yu Ta Fu), 1988. City War (also known as Cheng shi zhan zheng, Yi dan hong chun, Sing si jin jaang, and Yi daam hung sun), 1988. Fat Tsui, Diary of a Big Man (also known as Da zhangfuriji), 1988. Fractured Follies (also known as Chang duan jiao zhilian), 1988. Goodbye Hero (also known as Zai //an y/ng xiong and Goodbye, My Friend), 1988. The Eighth Happiness (also known as Ba xing bao xi), 1988. Refugee, The Greatest Lover (also known as Gong zi duo qing), 1988. Plainclothes cop, Tiger on the Beat (also known as Lo too chut gang and Lao hu chu geng), 1988. Title role, All about Ah Long (also known as You//an a lang and A lang de gu shi), 1989. Do San, the God of Gamblers, Cod of Gamblers (also known as Du shen), 1989. Triads—The Inside Story (also known as Wo zai he/ she hu/ de ri zi), 1989. Mickey Lau, Wild Search (also known as Ban wo chuang tian ya), Born Top/Silver Medal Productions, 1989. Jeffrey Chow, The Killer (also known as Die xue shuang xiong), Circle Releasing Corp., 1989. Cheung Chi-keung/Mark,/4 Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon (also known as Y/nghung

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Periodicals: Transpacific, April, 1994, p. 28.*

CHURCHILL, Caryl 1938PERSONAL Born September 3,1938, in London, England; daughter of Robert (a political cartoonist) and Jan (a fashion model) Churchill; married David Harter (a barrister), 1961; children: three sons. Education: Attended Trafalgar School, Montreal, Canada; Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, B.A., 1960.

bunsiklll), 1990. God of Gamblers II (also known as Dou hap), 1990. Billionaire, The Fun, the Luck, and the Tycoon (also known as // xing gong zhao), 1990. Black Vengeance, 1990. Joe, Once a Thief (also known as Zongsheng sihai), 1991.

Addresses: Agent—Casarotto Ramsay, Ltd., National House, 60-66 Wardour St., London W1V 3HP, England. Career: Playwright. Royal Court Theatre, London, England, resident writer, 1974; writer for Joint Stock

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Theatre Group, London, Monstrous Regiment, London, and other theatre companies; tutor to Young Writers Group. Awards, Honors: Richard Hillary Memorial Prize, 1961; Obie Award, play writing, Village Voice, 1981, for Cloud Nine; Obie Award, play writing, 1982, and runner-up for Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, 1983, both for Top Girls; Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, 1984, for Fen; Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, Olivier Award for Best Play of the Season, London Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy, and Obie Award, best new play, all 1987, for Serious Money; Time Out Award, 1987. WRITINGS Plays: Downstairs, first produced at Oriel College, Oxford University, Oxford, England, 1958, then London, 1959. Having a Wonderful Time, first produced by Oxford Players, Oxford University, 1960. Easy Death, first produced at Oxford University, 1962. Schreber's Nervous Illness, first broadcast on radio, 1972, first produced at King's Head Lunchtime Theatre, London, 1972. Owners, first produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1972, then produced at Thirteenth Street Theatre, New York City, 1973, published by Eyre Methuen (London), 1973. Perfect Happiness, first broadcast on radio, 1973, first produced at Soho Polytechnic Lunchtime Theatre, London, 1974. Moving Clocks Co Slow, first produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1975. Objections to Sex and Violence, first produced at Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975. Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, first produced at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1976, published by Pluto Press (London), 1978. Vinegar Tom, first produced at Hull Arts Centre, Hull, England, 1976, published by Theatre Quarterly Publications, 1978. (With David Bradford, Bryony Lavery, and Michelene Wandor) Floorshow, first produced at North London Poly Theatre, London, 1977. Traps, first produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1977, then produced at Remains Theatre, New York City, 1983, published by Pluto Press, 1978. Cloud Nine, first produced at Royal Court Theatre, 1979, then produced at Lucille Lortel's Theatre de Lys (now Lucille Lortel Theatre), New York

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The Skriker, first produced at National Theatre, 1994, published by Nick Hern Books, 1994, then published by Theatre Communications Group, 1994. (Translator from Latin and author of introduction) Thyestes, by Lucius Annaeus Seneca, first produced at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, published by Nick Hern Books, 1995. Blue Heart, Nick Hern Books, 1997. (With Orlando Cough and Lucy Bevan) Hotel: In a Room Anything Can Happen, Nick Hern Books, 1997.

Addresses: Office—c/o Aldwych Theatre Offices, Aldwych, London WC2B 4DF, England.

Teleplays: The judge's Wife, 1972. Turkish Delight, 1974. The After-Dinner ]oke, 1978. The Legion Hall Bombing, 1978. Crimes, 1981.

Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best play, 1986, for Benefactors; Drama-Logue Award, best production, 1989, for Hapgood; Commander of the British Empire.

Radio Plays: The Ants, 1962, published in Penguin New English Dramatists Twelve, Penguin, 1968. Lovesick, 1967. Identical Twins, 1968. Abortive, 1971. Not, Not, Not, Not, Not Enough Oxygen, 1971. Henry's Past, 1972. Perfect Happiness, 1973.

Stage Work; Producer: Ring for Catty, London, England, 1956. A Month of Sundays, London, 1957. Share My Lettuce, London, 1957. Breath of Spring, London, 1958. Little Eyolf, London, 1958. The Dock Brief, London, 1958. What Shall We Tell Caroline?, London, 1958. The Birthday Party, London, 1958. Honor Bright, Valmouth, London, 1958. Fool's Paradise, London, 1959. How Say You?, London, 1959. Pieces of Eight, London, 1959. The Wrong Side of the Park, London, 1960. The Caretaker, London, 1960.

OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, volume 46, Gale (Detroit,MI), 1995. Contemporary Dramatists, St. James Press (Detroit, Ml), 1993. Contemporary Literary Criticism, volume 31, Gale, 1985, volume 55, 1989. Dictionary of Literary Biography, volume 13: British Dramatists since World War II, Gale, 1982. Periodicals: New York Times, January 9, 1983; November 22, 1987.*

CODRON, Michael 1930PERSONAL Born Michael Victor Codron, June 8, 1930; son of Isaac and Lily (Morgenstern) Codron. Education: Attended St. Paul's School; B.A., Worcester College, Oxford.

Career: Producer and director. Served as director, Oxford University Hampstead Theatre, Royal National Theatre; administrator, Aldwych Theatre, London; co-owner, Vaudeville Theatre, London; Cameron Mackintosh professor of contemporary theatre, Oxford University, 1993. Member: Garrick Club.

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The Golden Touch, London, 1960. Three (triple bill), London, 1961. 5top It Whoever You Are, London, 1961. One Over the Eight, London, 1961. The Tenth Man, London, 1961. Under Milkwood, London, 1961. Ducks and Lovers, London, 1961. Big Soft Nellie, London, 1961. Two Stars for Comfort, London, 1962. Everything in the Garden, London, 1962. Infanticide in the House of Fred Ginger, London, 1962. Rattle of a Simple Man, London, 1962. Doctors of Philosophy, London, 1962. End of Day, London, 1962. A Cheap Bunch of Nice Flowers, London, 1962. Cindy Ella . . . or / Gotta Shoe, London, 1962. Three at Nine, London, 1962. An Evening of British Rubbish, London, 1963. Next Time I'll Sing to You, London, 1963.

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The Bandwagon, London, 1969. It's a Two Foot Six Inches Above the Cround World, London, 1970. Girlfriend, London, 1970. The Contractor, London, 1970. Slag, London, 1970. Not Now Darling, New York City, 1970. The Two of Us, London, 1970. The Philanthropist, London, 1970. A Came Called Arthur, London, 1971. The Philanthropist, New York City, 1971. The Foursome, London, 1971. Butley, London, 1971. A Voyage Round My Father, London, 1971. Slag, London, 1971. The Changing Room, London, 1971. Butley, New York City, 1972. 5/ege, London, 1972. Veterans, London, 1972. Me Times Me, London, 1972. Time and Time Again, London, 1972. Crown Matrimonial, London, 1972. Owners, London, 1972. My Fat Friend, London, 1972. Crown Matrimonial, New York City, 1973. Collaborators, London, 1973. Savages, London, 1973. Habeas Corpus, London, 1973. The Sea, London, 1973. Absurd Person Singular, London, 1973, then New York City, 1974. Knuckle, Comedy Theatre, London, 1974. Flowers, Regent, 1974. My Fat Friend, New York City, 1974. Golden Pathway Annual, Mayfair Theatre, London, 1974. The Norman Conquests, Globe Theatre, London, 1974. John, Paul, George, Ringo . . . and Bert, Lyric Theatre, London, 1974. A Family and a Fortune, Apollo Theatre, London, 1975. Alphabetical Order, Mayfair Theatre, 1975. A Far Better Husband (tour), 1975. /Ashes, Young Vic Theatre, London, 1975. Absent Friends, Garrick Theatre, London, 1975. Otherwise Engaged, Queen's Theatre, London, then Comedy Theatre, both 1975. Stripwell, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1975. The Norman Conquests, New York City, 1975. Habeas Corpus, New York City, 1975. Funny Peculiar, Mermaid Theatre, London, then Garrick Theatre, both 1976. Treats, Royal Court Theatre, then Mayfair Theatre, both 1976.

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Donkey's Years, Globe Theatre, 1976. Confusions, Apollo Theatre, 1976. Teeth 'n' Smiles, Royal Court Theatre, then Wyndham's Theatre, London, both 1976. Yahoo, Queen's Theatre, 1976. Dusa, Stas, Fish, and Vi, Hampstead Theatre Club, London, then Mayfair Theatre, both 1977. ]ust Between Ourselves, Queen's Theatre, 1977. Oh Mr. Porter, Queen's Theatre, 1977. The Bells of Hell, Garrick Theatre, 1977. Breezeblock Park, Mermaid Theatre, 1977. The Old Country, Queen's Theatre, 1977. Otherwise Engaged, New York City, 1977. The Rear Column, Globe Theatre, 1978. The Times Table, Globe Theatre, 1978. The Homecoming, Garrick Theatre, 1978. Alice's Boys, Savoy Theatre, London, 1978. The Unvarnished Truth, Phoenix Theatre, London, 1978. Night and Day, Phoenix Theatre, 1978. Joking Apart, Globe Theatre, 1979. Tishoo, Wyndham's Theatre, 1979. Stage Struck, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1979. Night and Day, New York City, 1979. Dr. Faustus, Lyric Theatre-Hammersmith, London, 1980. Make and Break, Lyric Theatre-Hammersmith, then Hay market Theatre, London, both 1980. The Dresser, Queen's Theatre, 1980, then New York City, 1981. Taking Steps, Lyric Theatre, 1980. Enjoy, Vaudeville Theatre, 1980. Hinge and Bracket at the Globe (also known as Hinge and Bracket), Globe Theatre, 1980. Rowan Atkinson in Revue, Globe Theatre, 1981. House Guest, Savoy Theatre, 1981. Quartermaine's Terms, Queen's Theatre, 1981. Noises Off, Lyric Theatre-Hammersmith, then Savoy Theatre, both 1982, then New York City, 1983. Season's Greetings, Apollo Theatre, 1982. Funny Turns, Duchess Theatre, London, 1982. The Real Thing, Strand Theatre, London, 1982. The Hard Shoulder, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1983. Look, No Hans! (tour), 1984. Benefactors, Vaudeville Theatre, 1984, then Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1985. The Real Thing, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1984. Why Me?, Strand Theatre, 1985. lumpers, Aldwych Theatre, 1985. Who Plays Wins, 1985. Maofe in Bangkok, Aldwych Theatre, 1986. Kafka's Dick, Royal Court Theatre, 1986. Woman in Mind, Vaudeville Theatre, 1986. A View from the Bridge, Aldwych Theatre, 1987. Uncle Vanya, Vaudeville Theatre, 1988.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Re: Joyce!, Fortune Theatre, London, 1988, then Vaudeville Theatre, 1989 and 1991. The Sneeze, Aldwych Theatre, 1988. Dealing with Clair, Orange Tree Theatre, Surrey, England, 1988. Henceforward, Vaudeville Theatre, 1988. Hapgood, Aldwych Theatre, 1988, then Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1988-89. The Cherry Orchard, Aldwych Theatre, 1989. Man of the Moment, 1990. Hidden Laughter, Vaudeville Theatre, 1990. Hindsight, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1990. Look Look, Aldwych Theatre, 1990. Private Lives, Aldwych Theatre, 1990. What the Butler Saw, Wyndham's Theatre, 1991. 70, Girls 70, Vaudeville Theatre, 1991. The Revengers' Comedies, Strand Theatre, 1991. Making It Better, Criterion Theatre, London, 1992. The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Aldwych Theatre, then Cottesloe Theatre, London, both 1992. Time of My Life, Vaudeville Theatre, 1993. JamaisVu, 1993. (With others) Kit and the Widow's January Sale, Vaudeville Theatre, 1994. Dead Funny, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1994, then Savoy Theatre, 1995. Arcadia, Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, 1994. (With others) Three Sisters Rosensweig, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1994. Dealer's Choice, Cottesloe Theatre, then Vaudeville Theatre, both 1995. (With others) Killer ]oe, Vaudeville Theatre, 1995. Indian Ink, Aldwych Theatre, 1995. The Killing of Sister George, Ambassadors' Theatre, London, 1995. The Shakespeare Revue, The Pit, London, then Vaudeville Theatre, both 1995. (With others) A Talent to Amuse, Vaudeville Theatre, 1996. (With others) Kindertransport, Vaudeville Theatre, 1996. Things We Do for Love, Gielgud Theatre, London, 1998. Silhouette, London, 1998. Film Producer: Clockwise, Universal, 1986.*

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Appeared in the films Bigger Fish and The Wrong Guy.*

CONVERSE, Frank 1938Career: Actor. PERSONAL Awards, Honors: Petcabus Award nomination, best ensemble cast in a comedy or drama series, 1998, for lust Shoot Me. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Louis Utz, Hope and Gloria, NBC, 1995-96. Elliott DiMauro, Just Shoot Mel, NBC, 1997—. Television Appearances; Movies: Steve Rinker, Cloned (also known as Baby 2000), NBC, 1997. Mr. Adams, The Member of the Wedding, USA Network, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Adrian, 'The Root of All Evil/' Friday the 13th, syndicated, 1987. Ron Blocker, Law and Order, NBC, 1993. Danny Breen, "You Bet Your Life/' NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994. New York Undercover, Fox, 1994. Danny Breen, "Don We Now Our Gay Apparel/' NYPD Blue, ABC, 1995. Marty Cranepool, "Neighbors/' Life's Work, ABC, 1997. Stage Appearances: Hamlet, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1992-93. Jester and police chief, The Arabian Nights, Manhattan Theatre Club/Stage II, New York City, 1994. Nym, The Merry Wives of Windsor, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre/Central Park, New York City, 1994. Appeared as Renfield, Dracula, Old Globe Theatre; also appeared in The Triumph of Love, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN. Film Appearances: Dooley, The Money Train, Columbia, 1995. Agent number 3, Albino Alligator, Buena Vista Home Video, 1996. Barry, Divorce: A Contemporary Western, 1998.

Full name Frank Guthrie Converse; born May 22, 1938, in St. Louis, MO; married Carol Tawser (divorced); married (separated); married Maureen Anderman; children: (first marriage) two, (third marriage) two. Education: Attended Carnegie Mellon University; trained for stage in New York. Addresses: Agent— Borinstein Greek, Bogart Agency, 8271 Melrose Ave., Suite 110, Los Angeles, CA 90046. Career: Actor. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) David, First One Asleep, Whistle, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1966. The Night of the Iguana, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1967. Billy Einhorn, The House of Blue Leaves, Truck and Warehouse Theatre, New York City, 1971. The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1973. The Seagull, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1973. Afore Night Come, Long Wharf Theatre, 1975. "On the Inside/' On the Outside, and On the Inside (double-bill), Long Wharf Theatre, 1976. Hobson's Choice, Long Wharf Theatre, 1977-78. The Philadelphia Story, Long Wharf Theatre, 197778. C. K. Dexter Haven, The Philadelphia Story, Lincoln Center Theatre Company, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1980. Harry, Brothers, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1983. Otto, Design for Living, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1984. Mr. Webb, Our Town, Long Wharf Theatre, 198788. Harold Mitchell, A Streetcar Named Desire, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1988. General Crook, Crazy Horse and Three Stars, Long Wharf Theatre, 1992. A Cheever Evening, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1993.

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Misalliance, Long Wharf Theatre, 1993. Kendall Nesbit, Lady in the Dark, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1994. Austin, Later Life, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1994. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Coconut Grove Playhouse, FL, 1997. Also performed in Death of a Salesman, The Night of the Iguana, A Man for All Seasons, and Arturo Ui, all in the American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT; The Crucible; and The Ride Down Mount Morgan; performed with the PAF Playhouse, Huntington Station, NY, 1972-73. Film Appearances: Virgil Earp, Hour of the Gun, United Artists, 1967. Reverend Clem DeLavery, Hurry Sundown, Paramount, 1967. Andrew Scott, The Rowdyman, Crowley, 1972. Jim Cochran, The Pilot (also known as Danger in the Skies), Summit, 1979. Captain Hawk, The Bushido Blade (also known as The Bloody Bushido Blade), Trident, 1981. Louis Gorman, Spring Fever, Comworld, 1983. Greentree, Solarbabies (also known as Solar Warriors), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Video, 1986. Charlie Haggerty, Everybody Wins, Orion, 1990. John Eastham, Primary Motive, FoxVideo, 1992. Television Appearances; Series: Michael Alden, Coronet Blue, CBS, 1967. Detective Johnny Corso, N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1967-69. Will Chandler, Movin'On, NBC, 1974-76. Kevin Nichols, The Family Tree, NBC, 1983. Harry O'Neill, One Life to Live, ABC, 1984-85,1987. Michael Larson, Dolphin Cove, CBS, 1989-90. Sidney "Sid" Sheffield, All My Children, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dr. Sam Delaney, D.H.O., ABC, 1973. Dr. Ben Voorhees, Statl, CBS, 1973. Will Chandler, In Tandem, NBC, 1974. Modge Modgelewsky, Steeltown, CBS, 1979. Marion Walker, Cafae and Walker, ABC, 1981. Tom Hackman, Momma the Detective, ABC, 1981. Television Appearances; Movies: Jim Tennyson, Dr. Cook's Garden, ABC, 1971. Steve Butler, A Tattered Web, CBS, 1971. Mr. Fallon, Columbo: Requiem for a Falling Star, NBC, 1974. Dr. Paul Jeffries, Killer on Board, NBC, 1977.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Matt Lazarus, Cruise into Terror, ABC, 1978. Captain Larsen Jaenicke, Sergeant Matlovich versus the U.S. Air Force, NBC, 1978. Joe DiMaggio, Mar/'/yn: The Untold Story, ABC, 1980. Larry Miller, The Miracle of /Cathy Miller, CBS, 1981. Haley, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Showtime, 1987. John Hamilton, Alone in the Neon Jungle (also known as Command in Hell), CBS, 1988. Peter Morgan, Voices Within: The Lives of Truddi Chase, ABC, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: "You're a Poet and Don't Know It!. . .The Poetry Power Hour," The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People, CBS, 1976. Hal McKain, "A Movie Star's Daughter," ABC Afterschool Special, ABC, 1979. Dan Alexander, "Mystery at Fire Island," CBS Children's Mystery Theatre, CBS, 1981. Also appeared in Shadow of a Gunman. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Morgan Harris, Anne of Avonlea: The Continuing Story of Anne of Green Gables, The Disney Channel, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Is There a Good Samaritan in the House?," The Young Lawyers, ABC, 1970. "Death on Sunday," The F.B.I., ABC, 1971. "Bushwack!," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1972. "Canyon of No Return," The F.B.I., ABC, 1972. Blackmore, "The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd," Theatre in America, PBS, 1974. Circle of Fear, NBC, 1975. "Hot Shot," Baa Baa Black Sheep, NBC, 1977. "Bird of Prey," Tales of the Unexpected, NBC, 1979. Guthrie Browne, "Back Home," The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. Sam Henderson, "The Kona Winds," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1985. John Dunson, Hotel, ABC, 1986. Nils Anderson, "Home at Last," Wonderworks, PBS, . 1988. Cooper, "Brother Future," Wonderworks, PBS, 1991. Gary Wallace, "His Hour Upon the Stage," Law & Order, NBC, 1991. Robert Alexander, Sr., "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," Land's End, syndicated, 1996. "Corpus Delicti," Law & Order, NBC, 1996. "Another Day," The Practice, ABC, 1998. "Checkmate," The Practice, ABC, 1998.

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Original name, Artis Ivey, Jr.; born August 1, 1963, in Compton, CA; son of Artis (a carpenter) and Jackie (a factory worker; maiden name, Jones) Ivey; married Josefa Salinas, 1996; children: seven (including one with Salinas). Addresses: Office—Tommy Boy Records, 902 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10010-6002./AgentWilliam Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager-Crystal Dragon Entertainment, P.O. Box 5147, Culvier City, CA 90231. Career: Singer, actor, composer, and music producer. Recorded rap music with NuSkool and WC and the MAAD Circle. California Department of Forestry, worked as firefighter. Awards, Honors: Billboard Music Award, number one song of 1995, for "Gangsta's Paradise/' American Music Award, favorite rap artist, 1996; Grammy Award, best rap solo performance, and Grammy Award nomination, record of the year, both 1996, for "Gangsta's Paradise/' MTV Movie Award nomination, best movie song, 1996, for "Gangsta's Paradise;" two Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards; World Music Award; three MTV Music Video Awards; four America Online Awards; two American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Awards. CREDITS Film Appearances: Song performer, "The Wino," Poetic]ustice, Columbia, 1993. Song performer, "Dial a Jam," The Jerky Boys, Buena Vista, 1995. Song performer, "Hit 'Em High,"Space]am, Warner Bros., 1996. Gerard, Dear Goof, Paramount, 1996. Himself, Phat Beach, Live Entertainment, 1996. Banker, Batman and Robin, Warner Bros., 1997.

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Song performer, "C U When You Get There/' Nothing to Lose, Buena Vista, 1997. Dion Brothers, An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood, Burn, Buena Vista, 1997. Blue Lou, Midnight Mass, 1998. Tyrone, Tyrone, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Voice, "Coolio Runnings," Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1994. Himself, Martin, Fox, 1994. Greeter on the Bacchus, "R & R," Space: Above and Beyond, Fox, 1995. Gangster, The Parent 'Hood, The WB, 1995. Himself, All That, Nickelodeon, 1995. Mr. Thomas, Dangerous Minds, ABC, 1996. Himself, "A Girl and Her Cat," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1996. Himself, Hitz (also known as Hits), UPN, 1997. Himself, Politically Incorrect, ABC, 1997. Nephew, "Homie-work," The Nanny, CBS, 1998. Also appeared on Late, Late Show with Tom Snyder. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, The 37th Annual Grammy Awards, 1995. The 1995 Billboard Music Awards, 1995. The 7996 World Music Awards, 1996. The 23rd Annual American Music Awards, 1996. Performer, The 38th Annual Grammy Awards, 1996. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, 1996. Presenter, The 24th Annual American Music Awards, 1997. Other Television Appearances: Song performer, Disney's Spring Break Blast (special), syndicated, 1995. Member of 20 Fingers, MTV's Spring Break '95 (special), MTV, 1995. Lieutenant Gil Suggs, "On the Line," ABC Movie of the Week, ABC, 1998. RECORDINGS Albums: It Takes a Thief, Tommy Boy, 1994. Gangsta's Paradise, Tommy Boy, 1995. My Soul, Tommy Boy, 1997. Albums; Vocals: WC & the MAAD Circle, Ain't a Damn Thing Changed, Priority, 1991. George Clinton, Greatest Funkin' Hits, 1996. Dazzie Dee, Re-Birth, 1996.

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Album Work; Executive Producer: 'That Beach/' Phat Beach, 1996. "Now That What I Call Mu," Now That's What I Call Music, 1997. "Forty Thevz," Honor Among Thevz, 1997. Fresh Hits 1997, 1997. WRITINGS Songwriter; Film: "Quick Way Out/' Trespass, 1992. "Gangsta's Paradise/' Dangerous Minds, c. 1995.

Award and New York Film Critics Circle Award, both best actor, 1941, for Sergeant York; Academy Award nominations, best actor, 1942, for The Pride of the Yankees, and 1943, for For Whom the Bell Tolls; Academy Award, best actor, and Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actor in a drama, both 1952, for High Noon; Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1960, for his many memorable screen performances and the international recognition he, as an individual, has gained for the motion picture industry. CREDITS

Composer; Television: Theme music, Kenan and Kel (series), Nickelodeon, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, November 10,1995; December 29, 1995, p. 46. People Weekly, January 29, 1996. Rap Sheet, December, 1995. Rolling Stone, December 14, 1995. Spin, January, 1996; March, 1996. USA Weekend, August 16, 1996. Electronic Sources: Official Coolio Homepage, http^/www.coolios officialwebsite.com/

COOPER, Gary

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Original name, Frank James Cooper; born May 7, 1901, in Helena, MT; died of cancer, May 31, 1961, in Beverly Hills, CA; raised in England, 1910-17; son of Charles Henry (a lawyer, judge, and rancher) and Alice Cooper; married Veronica Balfe (some sources say Sandra Shaw), 1933; children: Maria. Education: Attended Dunstable College, England; Grinnell College, degree in journalism; also attended Wesleyan College, Bozeman, MT. Career: Actor. International Pictures, founder, 1944; Baroda Productions, founder, 1952. Political cartoonist in Los Angeles, CA, 1924. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1936, for Mr. Deeds Goes to Town; Academy

Film Appearances: Masked Cossack, The Eagle, 1925. Extra, Dick Turpin, 1925. The Lucky Horseshoe, 1925. The Thundering Herd, 1925. Tr/dcs, 1925. The Vanishing American (also known as The Vanishing Race), 1925. Wild Horse Mesa, 1925. Lightnin' Wins, 1926. The Enchanted Hill, 1926. Extra, Old Ironsides (also known as Sons of the Sea), 1926. Three Pals, 1926. Watch Your Wife, 1926. Abe Lee, The Winning of Barbara Worth, United Artists, 1926. Cadet White, Wings (silent), Paramount, 1927. Sheriff Buddy Hale, The Last Outlaw, 1927. Ted Larrabee, Children of Divorce, 1927. Cowboy Dave Saulter, Arizona Bound, 1927. Newspaper reporter, It, Paramount, 1927. Jim Lacy, Nevada, 1927. William Tyler, The Shopworn Angel, Paramount, 1928. Captain Philip Blythe,/./7ac Time (also known as Love Never Dies), 1928. Mulligan Talbot, The First Kiss, 1928. Gale Price, The Legion of the Condemned, 1928. Arnold Furze, Doomsday, 1928. Major Henri de Beaujolais, Beau Sabreur, 1928. Captain Edmunds, Haifa Bride, 1928. Title role, The Virginian, Famous Players, 1929. Sam Lash, Wolf Song, Paramount, 1929. Andre Frey, Betrayal, 1929. Paramount on Parade, Paramount, 1930. Jim Baker, A Man from Wyoming, Paramount, 1930. Tom Brown, Morocco, Paramount, 1930. Captain James Braydon, Only the Brave, Paramount, 1930.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Kenneth Dowey, Seven Days' Leave, Paramount, ,1930. Roy Glenister, The Spoilers, Paramount, 1930. Enrique "Quico", The Texan, Paramount, 1930. The Kid, City Streets, Paramount, 1931. Clint Belmet, Fighting Caravans (also known as Blazing Arrows), Paramount, 1931. Captain Sam Whalan, His Woman, Paramount, 1931. Tom McNair, / Take This Woman, Paramount, 1931. Reporter, The Slippery Pearls (short; also known as The Stolen /oo/s), 1931. Himself, The Voice of Hollywood Number 13, 1932. Lieutenant Sempter, The Devil and the Deep, Paramount, 1932. Lieutenant Frederic Henry,/A Farewell to Arms, Paramount, 1932. Gallagher, / / / Had a Million, Paramount, 1932. Himself, Make Me a Star, Paramount, 1932. White Knight,/A//ce in Wonderland, Paramount, 1933. George Curtis, Design for Living, Paramount, 1933. Lucius "Biff" Griffith Grimes, One Sunday Afternoon, Paramount, 1933. Richard Bogard, Today We Live, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1933. Jerry Day, Now and Forever, Paramount, 1934. Captain Jack Gailliard, Operator 13 (also known as Spy 73), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1934. Lieutenant Alan McGregor, The Lives of a Bengal Lancer, Paramount, 1935. Title role, Peter Ibbetson, Paramount, 1935. Tony Barrett, The Wedding Night, United Artists, 1935. Himself, Star Night at the Coconut Grove (short), 1935. Tom Bradley, Desire, Paramount, 1936. O'Hara, The General Died at Dawn, Paramount, 1936. Man at bar, Hollywood Boulevard, Paramount, 1936. Longfellow Deeds, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, Columbia, 1936. La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (short), 1936. Wild Bill Hickok, The Plainsman, Paramount, 1937. Michael "Nuggin" Taylor, 5ou/s at Sea, Paramount, 1937. Himself, Lest We Forget (short), 1937. Title role, The Adventures of Marco Polo, United Artists, 1938. Michael Brandon, Bluebeard's Eighth Wife, Paramount, 1938. Stretch Willoughby, The Cowboy and the Lady, United Artists, 1938. Michael "Beau" Geste, Beau Geste, Paramount, 1939. Dr. Bill Canavan, The Real Glory, United Artists, 1939.

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Dusty Rivers, Northwest Mounted Police, Paramount, 1940. Cole Hardin, The Westerner, United Artists, 1940. Professor Bertram Potts, Ball of Fire (also known as The Professor and the Burlesque Queen), RKO Radio Pictures, 1941. "John Doe'YLongJohn Willoughby, Meet]ohn Doe, Warner Bros., 1941. Sergeant Alvin C. York, Sergeant York, Warner Bros., 1941. Lou Gehrig, The Pride of the Yankees, RKO Radio Pictures, 1942. Himself, Hedda Hopper's Hollywood Number 3, 1942. Robert Jordan, For Whom the Bell Tolls, Paramount, 1943. Title role, Casanova Brown, RKO Radio Pictures, 1944. Dr. Corydon M. Wassell, The Story of Dr. Wassell, Paramount, 1944. Himself, Memo for Joe, 1944. Melody Jones, Along Came Jones, International and RKO Radio Pictures, 1945. Colonel Clint Maroon,Saratoga Trunk, Warner Bros., 1945. Professor Alvah Jesper, Cloak and Dagger, Warner Bros., 1946. Captain Christopher Holden, Unconquered, Paramount, 1947. Himself, Variety Girl, Paramount, 1947. Sam Clayton, Good Sam, RKO Radio Pictures, 1948. Howard Roark, The Fountainhead, Warner Bros., 1949. Himself, It's a Great Feeling, Warner Bros., 1949. Jonathan L. Scott, Task Force, Warner Bros., 1949. Narrator, Snow Carnival (short), 1949. Brant Royle, Bright Leaf, Warner Bros., 1950. Blayde "Reb" Hollister, Dallas, Warner Bros., 1950. Captain Quincy Wyatt, Distant Drums, Warner Bros., 1951. Texas, It's a Big Country, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1951. Guest star, Starlift, Warner Bros., 1951. Lieutenant John Harkness, You're in the Navy Now (also known as U.S.S. Teakettle), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1951. Will Kane, High Noon, United Artists, 1952. Major Alex Kearney, Springfield Rifle, Warner Bros., 1952. Jeff Dawson, Blowing Wild, Warner Bros., 1953. Mr. Morgan, Return to Paradise, United Artists, 1953. Hooker, Garden of Evil, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954. Benjamin Trane, Vera Cruz, United Artists, 1954.

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General Billy Mitchell, The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (also known as One-Man Mutiny), Warner Bros., 1955. Jess Birdwell, Friendly Persuasion, Allied Artists, 1956. Frank Flanagan, Love in the Afternoon, Allied Artists, 1957. Joe Chapin, Ten North Frederick, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1958. Link Jones, Man of the West, United Artists, 1958. Himself, Alias ]esse James, United Artists, 1959. Doc Joseph Frail, The Hanging Tree, Warner Bros., 1959. Major Thomas Thorn, They Came to Cordura, Columbia, 1959. Gideon Patch, The Wreck of the Mary Deare, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1959. George Radcliffe, The Naked Edge, United Artists, 1961. Film Work: Producer,A/ong Came Jones, International and RKO Radio Pictures, 1945. Producer, Snow Carnival (short), 1949. Television Appearances; Episodic: 'The Gary Cooper Show," The Jack Benny Program, CBS, 1958. Narrator, "The Real West," Project 20, 1961. WRITINGS Periodicals: 'The Big Boy Tells His Story/' Photoplay, April and May, 1929. "The Role I Liked Best," Saturday Even ing Post (Philadelphia, PA), May 6, 1950. "Well It Was This Way," Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia), February, March, and April, 1956. OTHER SOURCES Books: Arce, Hectore, Gary Cooper: An Intimate Biography, New York, 1979. Carpozi, George Jr., The Gary Cooper Story, New Rochelle, NY, 1970. Gehman, Richard, The Tall American: The Story of Gary Cooper, New York, 1963. International Dictionary of Film and Filmmakers, Volume 3, Actors and Actresses, St. James (Detroit, Ml), 1997. Kaminsky, Stuart, Coop: The Life and Legend of Gary Cooper, New York, 1980. Meyers, Jeffrey, Gary Cooper: An American Life, William Morrow, 1998.

Wayne, Jane Ellen, Cooper's Women, New York, 1988.*

CORTEZ, Stanley

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OBITUARY NOTICE—See index for CTFT sketch: Born Stanislaus Krantz, November 4, 1908, in New York, NY; died in 1997. Photographer and cinematographer. Cortez was an award-winning cinematographer who filmed classic motion pictures such as The Magnificent Ambersons, Night of the Hunter, The Three Faces of Eve, and Shock Corridor. He began his career in portrait photography, first as an assistant and then behind the camera himself. He relocated to Los Angeles in the 1920s after visiting his brother, Ricardo Cortez, who was working as an actor in silent pictures. Cortez became a camera assistant and worked with famed director D. W. Griffith. His first film as director of photography was 1936's Four Days' Wonder. He followed with cinematography work on Badlands of Dakota, The Magnificent Ambersons, Since You Went Away, Smash Up: The Story of a Woman, The Admiral Was a Lady, Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd, and Night of the Hunter. His later work included The Candidate, Ghost in the Invisible Bikini, and Another Man, Another Chance. In addition to working with directors like Griffith during his career, Cortez also filmed pictures directed by Orson Welles, Samuel Fuller, Fritz Lang, and Charles Laughton, among others. He contributed miniature photography work in Dam/en: Omen II in 1978 and appeared in the television special "D.W. Griffith: Father of Film" in 1993. His work in The Magnificent Ambersons received a Film Critics of America award and an Academy Award nomination. Since You Went Away and Night of the Hunter were also nominated for Academy Awards for cinematography. In 1989 Cortez received the Lifetime Achievement Award for cinematography from the American Society of Cinematographers. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, December 28, 1997, p. B5.

COULLET, Rhonda 1945PERSONAL Born September 23, 1945, in Magnolia, AR; daughter of Horace Oglesby and Cecil (Hudson) Coullet.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume / 9 Education: Attended Denver University and University of Arkansas; studied for the theatre at the Musical Comedy Workshop, University of Southern California. Addresses: Home—Box 99, R.R. 2, Haverly Hollow Rd., Berne, NY 12023-9503. Career: Actress, singer, and composer. With her band, The Cows, has appeared at the Lone Star Cafe, Folk City, S.N.A.F.U., J.P., Reno Sweeney's, Central Falls, Le Select (St. Bart's). Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Sara Brown, Guys and Dolls, Front St. Theatre, Memphis, TN, 1967. Jeanie, Hair, Los Angeles, CA, 1968. (New York debut) Lead, National Lampoon's Lemmings, Village Gate Theatre, New York City, 1973. (Broadway debut) Rosamond, The Robber Bridegroom, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1976. Fay Apple, /Anyone Can Whistle, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stockbridge, MA, 1981. Hallie, A Walk on the Wild Side, Musical Theatre Works, New York City, 1988. Vera Sanders, Smoke on the Mountain, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1989. /os/e and the Women of Tombstone, Berkshire Theatre Festival, 1997. Also appeared as Prudie, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Broadway production; Blanche, Shot Thru the Heart, NY; Frances, Frances Farmer, Pennsylvania Stage Festival; and standby for Gi Ida Radner, National Lampoon Revue, NY. Stage Work: Choreographer for/esus Christ, Superstar, Scandinavian tour; Hair, restaged for U.S. and Scandinavian tours.

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Television Appearances: Appeared on Saturday Night Live, NBC; Video Tribute to ]ohn Belushi; as a cast member of Spinal Tap; and as narrator of 'Indians, Outlaws, and Angie Debo," American Experience, PBS. Television Work: Performer of jingles heard on Sesame Street and Captain Kangaroo. Radio Appearances: Appeared in comedy roles, The National Lampoon Radio Hour. RECORDINGS Albums: (With National Lampoon) That's Not Funny, That's Sick, 1977. (With National Lampoon) Greatest Hits, 1978. Performed on original cast recording, The Robber Bridegroom; background vocals for two Meatloaf albums, Bat Out of Hell and Deadringer; comedy roles, with National Lampoon: White House Missing Tapes, White Album, and Goodbye Pop; also original cast recording of Cowgirls. WRITINGS Songs: Wrote song "Bigger Than Both of Us/' performed by Jimmy Buffet, on album, Riddles in the Sand, and song "West Heaven," for video tribute to John Belushi, Saturday Night Live. Musicals: Composer of Runaway Beauty Queen.

CRABE, James 1931-1989 PERSONAL Born August 19, 1931, in Los Angeles, CA; died of complications from AIDS, May 2, 1989; son of Lyall Aubrey (a cartoon animator) and Carmel (maiden name, Ricciardi) Crabe. Career: Cinematographer.

Film Appearances: Also appeared as Princess Wahini, Mr. Mike's Mondo Video.

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Award nomination, best cinematography, 1977, for Eleanor and Franklin, the White House Years; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, 1981, for The Formula; Emmy Award, best cinematography, 1982, for The Letter; Emmy Award, best cinematography, 1983, for More Than Murder; Emmy Award nomination, for best cinematography in a miniseries or special, 1988, for Baby M. CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer: The Proper Time, Lopert, 1959. The Young Sinner (also known as Like Father, Like Son and Among the Thorns), United Screen Artists, 1965. Agent for H.A.R.M. (also known as The H.A.R.M. Machine), Universal, 1966. ZigZag, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. The Honkers, United Artists, 1972. Save the Tiger, Paramount, 1972. Rhinoceros, AFT Distributing, 1973. W. W. and the Dixie Dancekings, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974. Rocky, United Artists, 1976. Thank Cod It's Friday, Columbia, 1978. Sextette, Crown, 1978. The China Syndrome, Columbia, 1979. Players, Paramount, 1979. The Baltimore Bullet, AVCO Embassy, 1980. How to Beat the High Cost of Living, Filmways, 1980. The Formula, United Artists, 1980. Night Shift, Warner Bros., 1982. The Karate Kid, Columbia, 1983. Po//ce Academy 2: Their First Assignment, Warner Bros., 1984. The /Carafe Kid, Part II, Columbia, 1986. Happy New Year, Columbia, 1987. For Keeps (also known as Maybe Baby), TriStar, 1988. Television Cinematographer; Movies: Sole Survivor, CBS, 1970. A Step Out of Line, CBS, 1971. Sweet, Sweet Rachel, ABC, 1971. The Great American Beauty Contest, ABC, 1973. The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, CBS, 1974. The Dead Don't Die, NBC, 1974. F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood, ABC, 1976. The Disappearance ofAimee, NBC, 1976. The Entertainer (also released as a motion picture by Seven Keys), NBC, 1976. Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years, ABC, 1977. A Death in Canaan, CBS, 1978.

Strangers: The Story of a Mother and Daughter, CBS, 1979. The Letter, ABC, 1982. Two Kinds of Love, CBS, 1983. Concrete Beat, ABC, 1983. Family Secrets, NBC, 1984. Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: More Than Murder, CBS, 1984. Covenant, NBC, 1985. Long Time Gone, ABC, 1986. When the Bough Breaks, NBC, 1986. Deadly Care (also known as One Way Out), CBS, 1987. Her Secret Life (also known as Code Name: Dancer and One For the Dancer), ABC, 1987. Television Cinematographer; Miniseries: George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation, CBS, 1986. BafayM, ABC, 1988. Television Cinematographer; Series: Paper DO//S, ABC, 1984-85. Television Cinematographer; Other: Lost Flight, 1969. Trauma Center, ABC, 1982. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Cinematographer, July, 1989.*

CRAVEN, Gemma 1950PERSONAL Born June 1, 1950, in Dublin, Ireland; daughter of Bernard and Lillian Josephine (Byrne) Craven; married Frazer Mines (divorced). Education: St. Bernard's Convent, Westcliff-on-Sea, Dublin; attended Loretto College; studied acting at the Bush Davies School. Addresses: Agent—Stella Richards, 42 Hazlebury Rd., London SW6 2ND, England. Career: Actress and singer. Awards, Honors: Most Promising New Actress in Films, Evening News (London), 1976; Film Actress of 1976, Variety Club; Society of West End Theatres Award, best actress in a musical, 1980, for They're Playing Our Song.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 CREDITS Stage Appearances: Anya, Fiddler on the Roof, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, England, 1970. Title role, Audrey, Palace Theatre, London, 1971. Jenny Bell, Saturnalia, Belgrade, Coventry, 1971. Sabrina, Sabrina Fair, Thorndike, Leatherhead, 1972. Rose Trelawny, Trelawny of the Wells, Prince of Wales Theatre, London, 1972. Jasmin, R Loves], Chichester Festival, England, 1973. Sheba, Dandy Dick, Chichester Festival, then Garrick Theatre, London, both 1973. Corinna, The Confederacy, Chichester Festival, 1974. May and Katya, A Month in the Country, Chichester Festival, 1974. Elizabeth Snowden, Underground, Billingham Forum, 1974. Polly Peachum, Threepenny Opera, Theatre Royal, Bristol, 1975. Carol Melchett, Black Comedy, Shaw Theatre, London, 1976. Shelley Jones and Meatball Jones, The Happiest Tears in Town, Thorndike, Leatherhead, 1976. Side by Side by Sondheim, Gaiety, Dublin, 1977. Yvonne Arnaud, Guilford, Gaiety, Dublin, 1978. Songbook, Globe Theatre, London, 1979. Sonia, They're Playing Our Song, Shaftesbury Theatre, London, 1980-81. Song and Dance, Palace Theatre, 1984-85. Fay, Loot, Ambassador's Theatre, London, then Lyric Theatre, London, 1985. The Comeback, 1985. A Chorus of Disapproval, National Theatre, London, 1985. Marianne, Jacobowsky and the Colonel, National Theatre Company, London, 1986. Mabel, Three Men on a Horse, National Theatre Company, Cottesloe Theatre, London, 1987. Ensign Nellie Forbush, South Pacific, Prince of Wales Theatre, London, 1988. Codspell, Barbican Hall, London, 1993. Title role, Calamity ]ane, national tour of England, 1996. 42nd Street, Lyceum Theatre, 1997. Also appeared as the maid, Let's Get a Divorce, Palace, Westcliff, Ireland; and in The Magistrate and The London Vertigo.

CROSS • 101 Minna Wagner, Wagner, Alan Landsburg, 1983. Jenny, Double X: The Name of the Came (also known as Double X and Run Rabbit Run), 1992. Miss Twinkleton, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, First Standard Media, 1993. Mrs. Mallet, Words upon the Window Pane, Pembridge Films, 1994. The Last Bus Home, Bandit Films, 1998. Also appeared in Kingdom ofCifts. Film Work: Music supervisor, Shag: The Movie, Palace Pictures, 1988. Television Appearances; Movies: Emily, Emily, Thames Television, 1977. Teresa, The Marshall, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Amalia, She Loves Me, 1979. Song by Song by Noel Coward, 1979. Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, Morecambe & Wise, 1969. Polly Clarke, "And God Created Woman/' Father Ted, Channel 4, 1995. Other Television Appearances: Joan Parker, Pennies from Heaven, BBC, 1978. June, The Man Who Cried, 1993. Also appeared in Song by Song by Alan ]ay Lerner, Must Wear Tights, East Lynne, Robin of Sherwood, Treasure Hunt, Gemma Girls and Gershwin, Boon, and The Bill.*

CROSS, Marcia 1961PERSONAL Born January 1, 1961, in Marlborough, MA. Education: Attended Juilliard School. Addresses: Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress.

Film Appearances: Cinderella, The Slipper and the Rose, Universal, 1976. Louise Hamilton and song performer, Why Not Stay for Breakfast?, J & M Entertainment, 1979.

CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Liz Correll, The Edge of Night, ABC, 1984.

102 • CULLITON Kate Sanders Roberts, One Life to Live, ABC, 1986-87. Victoria Broyard, Knots Landing, CBS, 1991-92. Dr. Kimberly Shaw, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1992-97. Television Appearances; Movies: Victoria Willis, Brass (also known as Police Brass), CBS, 1985. Sarah Hite, The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James, ABC, 1986. Marty Hoey, Storm and Sorrow, Lifetime, 1990. Carla, M.A.N.T.I.S., Fox, 1994. Rachel Stockman (some sources say Denise),/A//S/7e Ever Wanted (also known as The Ties That Bind and Mother's Day), ABC, 1996. Karen, Target Earth, ABC, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Olivia, Twelfth Night; or, What You Will, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1985-86. Bonnye, Emerald City, Colonnades Theatre, New York City, 1986. Understudy for Sophie,/4rt/st Descending a Staircase, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1989. Silvia, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1992-93. Viola, Twelfth Night, Old Globe Theatre, 1994-95. Appeared in The Merchant of Venice, Folger Theatre, Washington, DC, and My Daddy's Serious American Gift, Tiffany Theatre, Los Angeles, CA; also worked with Williamstown Theatre, Massachusetts. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Specials: Amy, Just Temporary (also known as Temporarily Yours), NBC, 1989. A Day in the Life of Me/rose Place, Fox, 1994. The Road to Fame on "Me/rose P/ace" and "90210," Fox, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Lesley North, "Bachelor Doctor," Doctor, Doctor, CBS, 1989. Susan, "Sisterly Love," Cheers, NBC, 1989. "Raising Arrizola," £oo/cer, Fox, 1989. "Good Night, Dear Heart," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1990. Princess Gillian, Herman's Head, Fox, 1992. Carla Dellatory, "Death Games,"Raven, CBS, 1993. Dr. Sarah Sitarides, "The Slicer,"Se/nfe/cf, NBC, 1997. Beautiful advertising executive, "Love Burns Night," Ned and Stacey, Fox, 1997.

Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, June 24, 1994, p. 50; April 18, 1997, p. 58.*

CULLITON Joseph 1948PERSONAL Born Joseph Anthony Culliton, January 25, 1948, in Boston, MA; son of Daniel Joseph (an attorney) and Gertrude (a journalist; maiden name, Haworth) Culliton. Education: California State University at Northridge, 1966-68; Academy of Dramatic Art at Oakland University, 1968-70; studied acting with Jeff Corey. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Roman Catholic.

Also appeared on It's Garry Shandling's Show.

Addresses: Home—484 West 43rd St., New York, NY 10036. Agent— Fifi Oscard Associates, Inc., 24 West 40th St., New York, NY 10018.

Other Television Appearances: Anne Bingham, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (miniseries), CBS, 1986.

Career: Actor. CREDITS

Film Appearances: Ruth Fielding, Bad Influence, Triumph Releasing, 1990. Eve's mom, Female Perversions, Transatlantic Entertainment/Mindy Affrime, 1996. Anne Kidwell, /A/ways Say Coodbye, 1996. Also appeared in Ripple.

Stage Appearances: Servant, The Learned Ladies, Roundabout/Raft Theatre, New York City, 1982.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Ferdinand, The Tempest, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1970. Jeriah Jip, A Man's a Man, Guthrie Theatre, 1970. First Gang leader, A Play by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Guthrie Theatre, 1970. The tramp, Baal, Guthrie Theatre, 1970. Second gentleman, Othello, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1971. Troilus, Troilus and Cressida, Trinity Square Repertory, Rl, 1971.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Bagot, Richard III, Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 1972. Jean-Pierre, 13 Rue de L'Amour, Showboat Dinner Theater, FL, 1973. Peter Latham, Forty Carats, Showboat Dinner Theater, 1973. Jimmy, There's a Girl in My Soup, Showboat Dinner Theater, 1973. Joe Janke, Everybody Loves Opal, Showboat Dinner Theater, 1973. Desmond, The Happy Time, Showboat Dinner Theater, 1973. Paul Sevinge, A Shot in the Dark, Showboat Dinner Theater, 1973. David Hoylake-Johnson, The Reluctant Debutante, Showboat Dinner Theater, 1973. (New York debut) James Callifer, The Potting Shed, Malachy Theatre Company, 1974. Jeffrey, Here Today, Carousel Dinner Theater, OH, 1974. Igor Sullivan, Cactus Flower, Carousel Dinner Theater, 1974. Macheath, Threepenny Opera, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1976. Inspector Thomas, The Unexpected Cuest, Wolfeboro Playhouse, NH, 1976. Tony, Roman Conquest, Wolfeboro Playhouse, 1976. Matthew, Late Love, Wolfeboro Playhouse, 1976. Limousine, Georg/e's Papa, Stagelights Repertory, NY, 1977. File, The Rainmaker, Wolfeboro Playhouse, 1977. Trotter, The Mousetrap, Wolfeboro Playhouse, 1977. Manuel, The Gingerbread Lady, Wolfeboro Playhouse, 1977. Cass, Any Wednesday, Wolfeboro Playhouse, 1977. Chamberlain, Cromwell, Ansonia Studio One, NY, 1978. Orsino, Twelfth Night, George Street Playhouse, 1979. Macduff, Macbeth, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1980. Morris Townsend, The Heiress, Barter, VA, 1980. Philip Berrigan, Trial of the Catonsville Nine, Vandamm, NY, 1981. Baron, The Lower Depths, Vandamm, NY, 1981. Thomas Mendip, The Lady's Not for Burning, York Players, NY, 1981. Roger Calhoun, Something for the Boys, Bandwagon Productions, NY, 1981. Elias, Francis, Theatre at St. Peters, New York City, 1982. Charles Dickens, Life and Times of Charles Dickens, Kaufman Auditorium, NY, 1982. Trinidad Joe, Girl of the Golden West, Asolo State Theatre, FL, 1982.

CULLITON • 103 Jack Chesney, Charley's Aunt, Asolo State Theatre, 1982. Jack Worthing, The Importance of Being Earnest, New Globe, NY, 1982, then Long Island Playhouse, NY, 1983. Albert Adams, The Play's the Thing, New Globe, 1983. Coriolanus, Coriolanus, Shakespeare Marathon, NY, 1983. Arthur, Porter's Brandy, Company of St. Justus, NY, 1983. Martin, Flirtations, T.O.M.I., NY, 1983. George Kitteridge, The Philadelphia Story, Alaska Repertory, 1983. Joey Percival, Misalliance, New Globe, 1984. Peter Quilpe, The Cocktail Party, New Globe, 1984. Sergius, Arms and the Man, Syracuse Stage, NY, 1984. Hubert Stem, Clarence, Syracuse Stage, 1984. Harry/Martin, Cloud 9, Virginia Museum, 1985. Eddie, Fool for Love, Indiana Sate University, Terre Haute, IN, 1986. Dr. Gibbs, Our Town, Indiana State University, 1986. David Bliss, Hay Fever, Indiana State University, 1986. Angus/Captain, Macbeth, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Cleveland, OH, 1986. Max, The Real Thing, Portland Stage Company, Portland, ME, 1986. Bill Harbison, South Pacific, New York City Opera, 1987. Angelo and merchant, Boys from Syracuse, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, 1987. (Broadway debut) Dan McCorn, Broadway, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1987. Morris Dixon, Present Laughter, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Madison, NJ, 1987. Messala,/u//us Caesar, New York Shakespeare Festival, Newman Theatre, New York City, 1988. Melun, King John, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1988. Marley/Christmas present, A Christmas Carol, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, AL, 1988. Capulet, Romeo and Juliet, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. Don Pedro, Much Ado /About Nothing, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. Le Bret, Cyrano de Bergerac, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. Cleon, Pericles, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. Freddie, Joe Egg, Portland Stage Company, 1989. Charles, B//the Spirit, Asolo State Theatre, Sarasota, FL, 1989.

104 • CULLITON Bob Phillips, How the Other Half Lives, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cincinnati, OH, 1990. Starbuck, The Rainmaker, Caldwell Playhouse, Boca Raton, FL, 1990. Archibald Craven, The Secret Carden, Fulton Opera House, Lancaster, PA, 1990. Macbeth, Macbeth, Orlando Shakespeare Festival, Orlando, FL, 1991. Malvolio, Twelfth Night, Orlando Shakespeare Festival, 1991. Larry, Company, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City, 1991. James Morrell, Candida, Pennsylvania Stage Company, Allentown, PA, 1992. Petrucchio, Taming of the Shrew, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Center Valley, PA, 1992. Capulet, Romeo and Juliet, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, 1992. Conrad/Sir Richard, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Harold Clurman Theatre, 1993. Tito, Lend Me a Tenor, Ivoryton Playhouse, Ivoryton, CT, 1993. Prez, Pajama Came, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1993. Wilson, Harvey, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1993. Max Halliday, Dial M for Murder, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1993. Captain Von Trapp, The Sound of Music, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, FL, 1993. Beaudricourt, The Lark, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Bristol, PA, 1994. Harry Brock, Born Yesterday, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1994. Kolenkhov, You Can't Take It with You, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1994. Blunt/Hastings, Henry IV, The Shakespeare Theatre, Washington, DC, 1994. Narrator,/A Christmas Carol, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Indianapolis, IN, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997. Lindner, A Raisin in the Sun, Huntington Theatre, Boston, MA, 1995. Victor, Private Lives, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1995. Mr. Webb, Our Town, Ivoryton Playhouse, 1995. Henry Higgins, My Fair Lady, Montclaire Operetta, Montclaire, NJ, 1995. U.S. and Richard Nixon, Nixon's Nixon, Westside Theatre, New York City, 1996. James Tyrone, Jr., A Moon for the Misbegotten, New Harmony Theatre, New Harmony, IN, 1996. The Actor, The Woman in Black, Arkansas Repertory, Little Rock, AR, 1996. Robert, Stage Struck, Stamford Theatre Works, Stamford, CT, 1997. George Hay, Moon Over Buffalo, Wayside Theatre, Middletown, VA, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 George, Indiscretions, WilmaTheatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1997. Editor Webb, Our Town, Capital Repertory Company, Albany, NY, 1998. Speaker, The Gettysburg Address, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, 1998. Major Tours: Bagot, Richard III, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, then Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 1973. David Hoylake-Johnson, The Reluctant Debutante, 1974-75. Macbeth, Cassius, and Henry V, A Shakespeare Tryptch, 1980. Charles Dickens, The Life and Times of Charles Dickens, 1983. Montfleury, Cyrano de Bergerac, Ulster Performing Arts Center, Kingston, NY, then Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore, MD, 1985-86. Charles, Blithe Spirit, Tampa Performing Arts Center, Tampa Bay, FL, Bardivan Opera House, Poughkeepsie, NY, both 1989. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Red, Cahill, U.S. Marshall, Warner Bros., 1973. Butler, Pat Carrett and Billy the Kid, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1973. Martin, Somebody Killed Her Husband, Columbia, 1978. Television Appearances; Series: Peter Davis, Ryan's Hope, ABC, 1981. Dennis, All My Children, ABC, 1995-96. Television Appearances; Episodic: Glenn, One Life to Live, ABC, 1990. George Washington, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, NBC, 1996. SIDELIGHTS CuIIiton told CTFT: "I am a third generation actor. My maternal grandfather, William Haworth, was an enormously successful playwright and actor in this country at the turn of the century. His plays The Ensign, A Nutmeg Match, and On the Mississippi, among others, were widely produced in New York, on the road, and in stock. His brother, Joseph Haworth, was a star classical actor and matinee idol. At eighteen, Joseph Haworth played Laertes to Edwin Booth's Hamlet, and subsequently played Hamlet himself to great acclaim; on Broadway, he played

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Romeo opposite Julia Marlowe, Macbeth to Helen Modjeska's celebrated Lady Macbeth, and Cassius with Richard Mansfield's Brutus in Julius Caesar. Stage and film actor Wallace Ford was my uncle. Another uncle was Academy Award winning art director Ted Haworth. My brother Patrick Culliton has acted extensively in television, film, and in West Coast theatre. I am deeply proud to be part of a family that has contributed to the American theatre for the past one hundred and twenty-five years/'

CURTIS, Keene 1923PERSONAL Born February 15, 1923, in Salt Lake City, UT; son of Ira Charles (a civil service employee) and Polley Francella (a teacher; maiden name, Holbrook) Curtis. Education: University of Utah, B.A., 1943, M.S., 1947. Avocational interests: Carpentry, photography. Addresses: Office—6363 Ivarene Ave., Hollywood, CA 90068. Career: Actor. Charter member of the Association of Producing Artists, 1960.M/7/taryserv/ce: U.S. Navy, 1943-46. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Actors' Equity Association, American Guild of Musical Artists, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Association of Producing Artists. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting actor in a musical, 1971, for The Rothschilds. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Standby Archie, The Shop at Sly Corner, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1949. Franz, Anatole, Association of Producing Artists, City Hall Theatre, Hamilton, Bermuda, 1960. Medvedenko, The Seagull, Association of Producing Artists, City Hall Theatre, 1960. Henry Straker, Man and Superman, Association of Producing Artists, City Hall Theatre, 1960. Julian Froth, then Biondello, The Taming of the Shrew, Association of Producing Artists, Outdoor Theatre, Hamilton, Bermuda, 1960. Tyson, The Lady's Not for Burning, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1960.

CURTIS • 105 Henry Straker, Man and Superman, McCarter Theatre, 1960. Scapin, Scapin, McCarter Theatre, 1960. Stevens, The Tavern, McCarter Theatre, 1960. Agazzi, Right You Are If You Think You Are, McCarter Theatre, 1960. Medvedenko, The Seagull, McCarter Theatre, 1960. Lane, The Importance of Being Earnest, McCarter Theatre, 1960. Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Lucianus, Hamlet, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Feste, Twelfth Night, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Oswald, King Lear, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Sir Oliver, The School for Scandal, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Page, As You Like It, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Sheriff, The Tavern, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Dr. Dorn, The Seagull, McCarter Theatre, 1961. Colonel Howard, Fashion, McCarter Theatre, 1961. George Selincourt, A Penny for a Song, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, then John Drew Theatre, East Hampton, NY, then Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Ml, 1962. Sir Benjamin Backbite, The School for Scandal, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1962. Sheriff, The Tavern, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1962. Salarino, The Merchant of Venice, Trueblood Theatre, Ann Arbor, MI, 1963. Salarino, The Merchant of Venice, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Trueblood Theatre, 1963. Sir William Bagot, Richard II, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Trueblood Theatre, 1963. Conrad, Much Ado About Nothing, Association of Producing Artists, Repertory, Trueblood Theatre, 1963. Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1963. Sirelli, Right You Are If You Think You Are, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Trueblood Theatre, 1963. Sheriff, The Tavern, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, 1963. Tartar, The Lower Depths, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Trueblood Theatre, 1963. Rio Rita, The Hostage, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1964. Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, 1964.

106 • CURTIS Sirelli, Right You Are If You Think You Are, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, 1964. Sheriff, The Tavern, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, 1964. Tartar, Lower Depths, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, 1964. DuCroisy, Impromptu at Versailles, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Phoenix Theatre, 1964. Henry Straker, Man and Superman, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, then Phoenix Theatre, 1964. Napoleon Bonaparte, War and Peace, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1964, then Phoenix Theatre, 1965. Egon, Judith, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1964, then Phoenix Theatre, 1965. Guide, Herakles, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1965. Molvik, The Wild Duck, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1965. Boris Kolenkhov, You Can't Take It with You, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, then Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1965. Sir Oliver Surface, The School for Scandal, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 1966. Sirelli, Right You Are, Association of Producing Artists Repertory, Huntington Hartford Theatre, 1966. Boris Kolenkhov, You Can't Take It with You, Association of Producing Artists, Huntington Hartford Theatre, 1966. Pierre, War and Peace, Association of Producing Artists, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1966. Sir Oliver, The School for Scandal, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, then Royal Alexandria Theatre, Toronto, Canada, and Lyceum Theatre, 1966. Sirelli, Right You Are, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, then Royal Alexandria Theatre, and Lyceum Theatre, 1966. Boris Kolenkhov, You Can't Take It with You, Lyceum Theatre, then Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1967. Napoleon and Pierre, War and Peace, Lyceum Theatre, 1967. Yepihodov, The Cherry Orchard, Royal Alexandria Theatre, and Lyceum Theatre, 1967.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Anarchist, Pantagleize, Hunting Hartford Theatre, 1967, then Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University, Royal Alexandria Theatre, and Lyceum Theatre, 1968. Alex, The Cocktail Party, Memorial Auditorium, then Royal Alexandra Theatre, and Lyceum Theatre, 1968. Oronte, The Misanthrope, Royal Alexandria Theatre, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, and Lyceum Theatre, 1968. Sergeant, Cock-a-Doodle Dandy, Lyceum Theatre, 1969. Player King, Hamlet, Lyceum Theatre, 1969. Various roles, Collision Course, Pavilion, Pennsylvania State University, PA, 1969. Colonel Mischa Oblenskyk, A Patriot for Me, National Theatre, Washington, DC, then Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1969. Ned Buntline, Indians, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1969. Napoleon III, Blood Red Roses, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1970. Captain, Max, George Wague, Reporter, Colette, Ellen Stewart Theater, New York City, 1970. Prince William of Hesse, Joseph Fouche, Lord Herries, Prince Metternich, The Rothschilds, Fisher Theatre, Detroit, Ml, then Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, then Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1970. The Ride Across Lake Constance, Forum Theatre, New York City, 1972. Curtis Appleby, Night Watch, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1972. Dr. Ranee, What the Butler Saw, John Drew Theatre, 1972. Dr. Oates, Gudttman Ordinary Scale, John Drew Theatre, 1972. Death, Ratfink, Portfolio Theatre, New York City, 1972. Dr. Isaacs, Via Galactica (also known as Via Calactica, A Musical of the Future), Uris Theatre, New York City, 1972. Inquisitor, Saint]oan, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1974. President Wilson, President Wilson in Paris, Forum Lab Theatre, 1975. Joshua, Ring 'round the Moon, Ahmanson Theatre, 1975. Johnson, Too Much Johnson, Lake Forest, IL, 1975. Life on a Limb, Elitch Gardens, Denver, CO, 1975. Marquis, The Baker's Wife, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA, 1976. The Middle Ages, Mark Taper Forum Laboratory, Los Angeles, CA, 1977.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Old Actor, The Fantasticks, Dallas Music Hall, TX, 1977. Bert Challenor, Comedians, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1977. Daddy Warbucks, Annie, Curran Theatre, San Francisco, CA, Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1978. Yugoslavian Revolutionary, Division Street, Mark Taper Forum, 1980, then Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1981. Gorky, Checkhov in Yalta, Mark Taper Forum, 1981. Feste, Twelfth Night, Mark Taper Forum, 1981. George Thunder, Wild Oats, Ontario Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1981. Chandebise and Poche, Flea in Her Ear, Mark Taper Forum, 1982. Oronte, The Misanthrope, Mark Taper Forum, 1982. Colonel, Black Comedy, Ahmanson Theatre, 1983. Albin, La CageAuxFolles, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1983. Happy Birthday, Mr. Abbott!, Palace Theatre, 1987. Bradley, The Cocktail Hour, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1988-89, then Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 1989, later Ahmanson Theatre, 1989. Colonel Melkett, Black Comedy (part of double bill with White Liars), Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City, 1993. Leonato, Much Ado About Nothing, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1995. Member of company, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1989-90. Major Tours: Anarchist, Pantagleize, Canadian and U.S. cities, 1967. Albin/ZaZa, La Cage Aux Folles, U.S. cities, 1985. Stage Work; Stage Manager; Except Where Indicated: Martha Graham's Dance Company, U.S. cities, 194950, then European cities, 1954. The Constant Wife, U.S. cities, 1953. The Male Animal, U.S. cities, 1953. Mrs. Patterson, U.S. cities, 1954. The Dark Is Light Enough, ANTA, New York City, 1955. Medea, Theatre de Sandra Bernhardt, Paris, France, 1955. General manager, Eleanor Steber World Tour, 195657. Four Winds, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1957. Nude with Violon, Belasco Theatre, 1957.

CURTIS • 107 Present Laughter, Belasco Theatre, 1958. The Firstborn, Coronet Theatre, 1958, then tour of Israel, 1958. Look after Lulu, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1959. Twelfth Night, Boston Drama Festival, MA, 1959. Much Ado About Nothing, Cambridge Drama Festival, MA, then Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1959. S/7ent Night, Lonely Night, Morosco Theatre, 1959. Alvin Alley-Carmen DeLavallade American Dance Company, Australian and Far Eastern cities, 1962. Director, Sweet of You to Say So, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 1966. Film Appearances: Lennox, Macbeth, Republic, 1947. Steiner, Blade, Joseph Green Pictures, 1973. Agent, Bradfort/businessman, Wilton/salesman Hughes, The Wrong Damn Film, Carson Davidson, 1975. Mr. Leonard, American Hot Wax, 1978. Oppenheim, Heaven Can Wait, Paramount, 1978. Dr. Lasse-Braun, Rabbit Test, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1978. Dr. Knitz, Buddy System, CBS/Fox Video, 1984. Principal Singleton, Lambada, Warner Bros., 1990. Gus Hale, Sliver, Paramount, 1993. Eisenhower, I.Q., Paramount, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: John McCone, The Missiles of October, ABC, 1974. Mayor Hebble Tyson, The Lady's Not For Burning, PBS, 1974. Uri Lazlo, 'The Cloning of Mr. Swimmer/' ABC Movie of the Week, ABC, 1974. Tom Estes, Stowaway to the Moon, CBS, 1975. Mr. Undershaft, The Magnificent Magical Magnet of Santa Mesa (also known as The Adventures of Freddy), NBC, 1977. Mr. Kringelein, Gypsy, CBS, 1993. Father Van Exem, Mother Teresa: In the Name of God's Poor, The Family Channel, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Max Pomeroy, The Magician, NBC, 1973. Dr. William Scott, Strange New World, ABC, 1975. Jordan Harrower, Unit 4, 1981. Television Appearances; Specials: Kiever, "Whirlwind/' Benjamin Franklin, CBS, 1974. Herbert, The Royal Family, 1977. The Fantastic Funnies, 1980. Gerald Tarent, Modesty Blaise, 1982.

108 • CURTIS Charles Hawthorne, There Goes the Neighborhood, 1983. Television Appearances; Series: Max Pomeroy, The Magician, NBC, 1973-74. Mr. Gushing, One in a Million, ABC, 1980. Narration, The Space Stars (animated), NBC, 1981-82. Clifford Mundy, Amanda's (also known as Amanda's bfthe Sea), ABC, 1983. Elliott\Klaben, Empire, CBS, 1983-84. John Alan Hill, Cheers, NBC, 1990-93. Voice, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (animated), 1990-92. Also had recurring role on Lou Crant, CBS. Television Appearances; Episodic: Vincent Gorden, "Killer at Sea/' Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1973. Colonel Wortman, "Iron Guts Kelly," MM*S*H, CBS, 1974. Dobbs Burke, "Bones of Contention," Hawaii FiveO, CBS, 1974. Lowell Bates, The Karen Valentine Show (also known as Karen), ABC, 1974. Doctor, "The Over-the-Hill Gang,"5an/brd and Son, NBC, 1975. "The Blunt Instrument," The Adventures of Ellery Queen, NBC, 1975. "The Quasar Kill," Cannon, CBS, 1975-76. "Fausta, The Nazi Wonder Woman," Wonder Woman, ABC, 1976. "Tennis Anyone?," The Jeffersons, CBS, 1976. "No Deadly Secret," Quincy, M.E., NBC, 1977. "Sweepstakes Bums," The 5an Pedro Beach Bums, ABC, 1977. "May the Source Be with YOU," Quark, NBC, 1978. Dr. Todson, Three's Company, ABC, 1979. "The Movie," Struck by Lightning, CBS, 1979. "Just the Ten of Us," Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1979. "He Flies Through the Air," Foul Play, ABC, 1980. Andrew Gainer, Three's Company, ABC, 1981. Voiceover, "The Invasion of the Booby Hatchers," Laverne and Shirley (animated), ABC, 1981-82. "Homemade Murder," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1981-82. "With This Heart I Thee Wed," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1981-82. "Maybe Baby," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1982. "Death in a Funny Position," Benson, ABC, 1982. "Replay," Cass/'e and Company, NBC, 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "K.I.T.T. the Cat," Knight Rider, NBC, 1983. "The Crying Clown," Matt Houston, ABC, 1983. "Words and Music," Boone, NBC, 1983. "The Sufi Project," Whiz Kids, CBS, 1984. "Paddles Up," Partners in Crime, NBC, 1984. Van Slyke, "Daydream Believer," The Wizard, CBS, 1987. "Mac's Millions," Night Court, NBC, 1988. "I Like You But. . .," Newhart, CBS, 1989. Voiceover, "A Most Excellent Roman Holiday," Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (animated), 1990. Santa, Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1991. "High Tidings," Picket Fences, CBS, 1992. Jerome Mueller, "Final Curtain," Me/refer, 5he Wrote, CBS, 1992. Voiceover, Swat /Cats, 1993-94. ER, NBC, 1994. "Close Encounters of the Worst Kind," Coach, ABC, 1994. Lou Bond, "A House Divided," Full House, ABC, 1994. "Potato Boys,"/4mer/can Gothic, CBS, 1995. "A Day in the Strife," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1995. Dr. Green, "Sisyphus, Prometheus, and Me," Hope & Gloria, NBC, 1995. "Happily Ever After," The C//ent, CBS, 1995. David Swift, Coach, ABC, 1995. Mr. Davies, "Caroline and the Gift," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1996. Pastor Lindemann, "There Is No Scientific Name for a Show about God," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1996. Narration, Sex and the S/7ver Screen, Showtime, 1996. The Jeff Foxworthy Show, NBC, 1996. "Driving Lessons," Brotherly Love, The WB, 1996. Old Man, "Sacred Ground,"Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1996. William B. Caldwell, "Ordinary People," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1996. Voice, "Compassion, "Adventures from the Book of Virtues, PBS, 1996. Wheeler Sr., Cracker, ABC, 1997. Mr. Klug, The Single Guy, NBC, 1997. Judge Johnson Hawk, "One Hundred Tears Away," AllyMcBeal,Poxf 1997. Judge Johnson Hawk, "The Dirty Joke,"/4//y McBea/, Fox, 1997. Reverend Lindemann, "Volunteer," The Drew Carey Show, ABC, 1997.*

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DANA, F. Mitchell

1942PERSONAL

Original name, Frank Livingston Mitchell II; born November 14, 1942, in Washington, DC; son of John Daskum (in labor relations) and Elizabeth Francis (a bookkeeper; maiden name, Woods) Mitchell; married Wendy Karen Bensinger (a casting director), December 31, 1967; children: Scott Cameron, Ian Michael. Education: Utah State University, B.F.A., 1964; Yale University, M.F.A. (drama), 1967. Politics: Republican. Career: Lighting designer. Columbia University, New York City, technical director at theatre department, School of the Arts, 1967-68; assistant to Jo Mielziner, New York City, 1968-69; Yale University, New Haven, CT, technical director at School of Drama, 1970; Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Pittsburgh, PA, production manager, 1973-74; associate lighting director for Ferd Manning, New York City, 1978-87; Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, lecturer, 1982-97, assistant professor at the Mason Gross School of the Arts, 1997—; Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, lighting designer, 1973-82; National Arts Centre of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, lighting designer, 1982-84; Virginia Museum Theatre, Richmond, VA, lighting designer, 1983-85; Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Anniston, AL, lighting designer, 1989-90; also lighting designer at Cincinnati Playhouse, Cincinnati, OH. Production manager at Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario, Canada; production supervisor at Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT; also worked as a stagehand, stage manager, and production properties manager. Utah State University, guest designer and master class teacher; lecturer at Brigham Young

University, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, University of Southern California, University of Washington, Seattle, and San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA. Associate lighting designer for Bravo News Network. Worked on industrial productions for American Express, Frito-Lay, Holiday Inn, IBM, Ligget and Meyers-Chesterfield, NBC, RCA Records, Saga Firs, and Sandoz; also affiliated with the NAACP Awards Banquet, the Horatio Alger Awards, Caribner production company, and Michael St. John Productions. Member: International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, United Scenic Artists (member of board of trustees, 1970-72). Awards, Honors: Joseph Jefferson Award nominations, best lighting, 1977, for Richard III, and 1982, for Lakeboat; DramaLogue Award, 1981, for The Suicide; Carbonell Award, 1994, for Papa. CREDITS Stage Work; Lighting Designer, Unless Otherwise Noted: Dynamite Tonight (also known as Dynamite Tonite), Martinique Theatre, New York City, 1967, also Yale Repertory Theatre. Associate designer, 7776, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1969. Calling in Crazy, off-Broadway production, 1969. The Birthday Party, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ,

1969. Of Mice and Men, McCarter Theatre, 1969. The Firebugs, McCarter Theatre, 1969. The Way of the World, McCarter Theatre, 1969. All My Sons, McCarter Theatre, 1970. The Show Off, McCarter Theatre, 1970. Little Murders, McCarter Theatre, 1970. Pygmalion, McCarter Theatre, 1970.

110 • DANA Much Ado about Nothing, McCarter Theatre, 1970. Ah, Wilderness, McCarter Theatre, 1970. Troilus and Cressida, McCarter Theatre, 1970. Charley's Aunt, Broadway production, New York City, 1970. The Homecoming, McCarter Theatre, 1971. The Importance of Being Earnest, McCarter Theatre, 1971 and 1989-90, also at Cincinnati Playhouse. Macbeth, McCarter Theatre, 1971, later Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1990. Caesar at the Rubicon, McCarter Theatre, 1971. /Antony and Cleopatra, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1971. Caesar and Cleopatra, American Conservatory Theatre, 1971. Cyrano cfe Bergerac, American Conservatory Theatre, 1972 and 1974. The House of Blue Leaves, American Conservatory Theatre, 1972. The Merchant of Venice, American Conservatory Theatre, 1972. Associate designer, A Doll's House, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1972. Associate designer, Hedda Cabler, Playhouse Theatre, 1972. Orphee, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1972. Patria II, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, 1972. Pinocchio, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, 1972, later National Arts Centre of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1982. Mark, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, 1972. My Fair Lady, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1973. Show Boat (also known as Showboat), Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1973. The Music Man, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1973. Applause, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1973. The Sound of Music, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1973. The Crucible, American Conservatory Theatre, 1973. The Taming of the Shrew, American Conservatory Theatre, 1973, later Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1980. Hot / Baltimore, American Conservatory Theatre, 1973. The Miser, American Conservatory Theatre, 1973, later FolgerTheatre, Washington, DC, 1985-86, then Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, NY, 1987-88. The House of Bernarda Alba (also known as La Casa de la Bernarda Alba), American Conservatory Theatre, 1973. Freedom of the City, Goodman Theatre, 1973, later Broadway production, New York City, 1974. Richard III, American Conservatory Theatre, 1974, later Goodman Theatre, 1977.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Horatio, American Conservatory Theatre, 1974. lumpers, American Conservatory Theatre, 1974. The Cherry Orchard, American Conservatory Theatre, 1974. Oh, Coward!, American Conservatory Theatre, 1974, later off-Broadway production, 1981, then Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 198687, also at Fords Theatre, Washington, DC. West Side Story, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1974. South Pacific, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1974. Brigadoon, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1974. The Student Prince, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1974. Cigi, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1974. The King and I, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1974. The Sea, Goodman Theatre, 1974. Chemin de Per, Goodman Theatre, 1975. The Ruling Class, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. The Threepenny Opera, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. Tiny Alice, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. The Matchmaker, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. General Gorgeous, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. The Merry Wives of Windsor, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. Scapin, American Conservatory Theatre, 1975. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1976. Mourning Becomes Electra, Goodman Theatre, 1976. The Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia, Goodman Theatre, 1976. A Long Day's Journey into Night, Goodman Theatre, 1976. This Is . . . an Entertainment, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976. Equus, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976. Desire under the Elms, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976. Othello, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976. Man and Superman, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976-77, then Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1978, later Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1987-88. A Christmas Carol, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976. /Ashes, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1976. Cross Country, Mark Taper Forum, 1976. Where She Stops . . ., Mark Taper Forum, 1976. Vanities, Mark Taper Forum, 1976.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 The Three Sisters, Mark Taper Forum, 1976, later Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1977. The New York Idea, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1977. Valentin and Valentina, American Conservatory Theatre, 1977. The Bourgeois Gentleman, American Conservatory Theatre, 1977. The Circle, American Conservatory Theatre, 1977. Angel City, Mark Taper Forum, 1977. A History of the American Film, Mark Taper Forum, 1977, later Seattle Repertory Theatre, 1979, then American Conservatory Theatre, 1980. Guns, Mark Taper Forum, 1977. Bugs, Mark Taper Forum, 1977. Leander Stillwell, Mark Taper Forum, 1977. Saint Joan, Goodman Theatre, 1977. Anything Goes, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977 and 1986, Virginia Museum Theatre, 1991, and GeVa Theatre, Rochester, NY, 1992. Gypsy, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977. Kismet, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977 and 1987. Company, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977. Finian's Rainbow, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977. Oliver, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1977. Otherwise Engaged, Goodman Theatre, 1978. The Devil's Disciple, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1978, also Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, and Mark Taper Forum. The Play's the Thing, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1978. Julius Caesar, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1978, later Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1991. Waiting for Godot, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1978. The Inspector Genera/, Circle in the Square Theatre, .1978. Once in a Lifetime, Circle in the Square Theatre, 1978. A Penny for a Song, Seattle Repertory Theatre, 1978. Absurd Person Singular, American Conservatory Theatre, 1978. Heartbreak House, American Conservatory Theatre, 1979. The Visit, American Conservatory Theatre, 1979.

DANA • 111 Romeo and Juliet, American Conservatory Theatre, 1979. Fa//en Angels, Seattle Repertory Theatre, 1979. The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, American Conservatory Theatre, 1980. Images, American Conservatory Theatre, 1980. The Marriage Dance, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1980. A Coup/a White Chicks Sittin' around Talkin', offBroadway production, 1980. Mass Appeal, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1980, later Golden Theatre, New York City, 1982. The Vikings, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1980. One Tiger to a Hill, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1980. Songs My Mother Never Sang, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1981. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1981. The Recruiting Officer, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1981. The Wild Duck, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1981. In the Jungle of the Cities, Brooklyn Academy of Music Theatre Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1981. The Suicide, American National Theatre and Academy, New York City, 1981. A Perfect Gentleman, Virginia Museum Theatre, 1981, later Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1983. Lakeboat, Goodman Theatre, 1982. The Man Who Had Three Arms, Goodman Theatre, 1982. Three Acts of Recognition, off-Broadway production, 1982. Dear Daddy, Philadelphia Drama Guild, Philadelphia, PA, 1982. Keystone, McCarter Theatre, 1982. The Philanthropist, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1983. Monday after the Miracle, Broadway production, New York City, 1983. Haven't a Clue, Virginia Museum Theatre, 1983. West Side Story, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1984. Once upon a Mattress, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1984. Song of Norway, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1984. Pippin, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1984. 110 in the Shade, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1984. Guys and Dolls, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1984.

112 • DANA The Father, Philadelphia Drama Guild, 1984. The Babe, Broadway production, New York City, 1984. Husbandry, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1984. Billy Bishop Goes to War, GeVa Theatre, 1984. A Hell of a Town, GeVa Theatre, 1984. The Ninth Step, off-Broadway production, 1984. Planet Fires, GeVa Theatre, 1985. Jesus Christ Superstar, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1985. George M, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1985. Desert Song, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1985. Carousel, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1985. Man of La Mancha, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1985. The Boys Next Door, McCarter Theatre, 1985-86. Daughters, Westside Arts Theatre, New York City, 1986. A Delicate Balance, Philadelphia Drama Guild, 1986. Hello, Dolly!, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1986. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1986, and McCarter Theatre, 1988-89. Can Can, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1986. Fiddler on the Roof, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1986. Little Murders, McCarter Theatre, 1986-87. Our Town, McCarter Theatre, 1986-87. Napoleon Nightdreams, McCarter Theatre, 198687. Don't Trifle with Love, McCarter Theatre, 1986-87. Uncle Vanya, McCarter Theatre, 1986-87, also produced at Spreckles Theatre. Sweet Charity, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1987. 7776, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1987. The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1987. Bunker Reveries, Roundabout Theatre, 1987. The Middle Ages, McCarter Theatre, 1987-88. Stepping Out, McCarter Theatre, 1987-88. Cold Sweat, Playwrights Horizons, New York City, 1987-88. Ghosts, Roundabout Theatre, 1988. Rashomon, Roundabout Theatre, 1988. The Mistress of the Inn, Roundabout Theatre, 1988. Sarcophagus, McCarter Theatre, 1988-89. Arms and the Man, Roundabout Theatre, 1989. Rocky and Diego, Philadelphia Drama Guild, 1989. Italian-American Reconciliation, GeVa Theatre, 1989. Candida, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 On the Verge, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. The Road to Mecca, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1989. An. Enemy of the People, McCarter Theatre, 198990. Woman in Mind, McCarter Theatre, 1989-90. A Streetcar Named Desire, GeVa Theatre, 1989-90. Twelfth Night, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1990. Tartuffe, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1990. Measure for Measure, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1990. Oklahoma, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, 1990. Driving Miss Daisy, GeVa Theatre, 1990, later Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1990-91. Jane Eyre, GeVa Theatre, 1990, later Studio Arena Theatre, 1990-91. The Radiant City, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1991. Two Centlemen of Verona, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1991. Inherit the Wind, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1991. The Rivals, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1991, later Walnut Street Theatre, 1997. A Little Night Music, Virginia Museum Theatre, 1992. Them . . .within Us, Theatre Row Theatre, New York City, 1992-93. Morning Dew with Trellis, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1992-93. Don't Dress for Dinner, Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ, 1992-93. New Year's Eve Gala, Paper Mill Playhouse, 199294. Phantom, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1993. It Runs in the Family, Paper Mill Playhouse, 199394. Animal Crackers, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1993-94. Papa, Caldwell Theatre Company, Boca Raton, FL, 1993-94. Tangents, George Street Playhouse, 1993-94. South Pacific, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1993-94. Peter Pan, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1994-95. Oliver, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1994-95. The Secret Garden, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1995. The Class Menagerie, GeVa Theatre, 1995. Italian-American Funerals and Other Festive Occasions, Walnut Street Theatre, 1995. Lust, Walnut Street Theatre, 1995. Philadelphia Here I Come, Walnut Street Theatre, 1996. As You Like It, InterAct Theatre Company, Washington, DC, 1996. The Mousetrap, George Street Playhouse, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Sing a Christmas Song, George Street Playhouse, 1996. Lost in Yonkers, George Street Playhouse, 1997. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Purloined Patience, InterAct Theatre Company, 1997. Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Walnut Street Theatre, 1997. Man of La Mancha, Paper Mill Playhouse, 1997. Beast on the Moon, GeVa Theatre, 1997. Picasso at the Lapin Agile, GeVa Theatre, 1997. To Kill a Mockingbird, Walnut Street Theatre and George Street Playhouse, both 1998, also Syracuse Stage. Blood Brothers, Walnut Street Theatre, 1998. Council of Thirty, George Street Playhouse, 1998. Lighting director for off-Broadway productions of Monday after the Miracle, The Nuns, and Possibilities. Lighting designer for regional productions, including The Guardsman, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre and Mark Taper Forum; Guys and Dolls, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Down at the Old Bull and Bush, PAF Playhouse, Queens, New York City; The Snow Queen, Empire State Institute for the Perform ing Arts; Godspell and The School for Scandal, both Cincinnati Playhouse, Cincinnati, OH; Night Sky, Philadelphia Theatre, Philadelphia, PA; Clouds and Hamlet, both Yale Repertory Theatre; Virginia Museum Theatre; and The Double-Bass, Syracuse Stage. Lighting designer for concert and nightclub productions, including A Soldier's Tale, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA; The Heyday of Rodgers and Hart, Philharmonic Hall, New York City; The Life of Christ, Philharmonic Hall; and Anthony Newley at the Waldorf and Black Theatre Festival, both at Lincoln Center, New York City. Stage Work; Lighting Designer for Opera and Operettas: Turandot, Royal Opera, Covent Garden, London, England, 1984, also produced at Wembley Arena, London, England. La Rondine, New York City Opera, New York City, 1984. The Magic Flute, Cleveland Symphony, Cleveland, OH, 1985. Un Ballo in Maschera, Virginia Opera Association, 1985. The Merry Widow, Baltimore Opera Company, Baltimore, MD, and Cleveland Symphony, 1986. The Marriage of Figaro, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1990. The Mikado, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1990.

DANA • 113 Die Fledermaus, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1991. Don Giovanni, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1991, later Los Angeles Music Center Opera, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. Falstaff, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1991. The Abduction from the Seraglio, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1991. The Merry Widow, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1992. Madama Butterfly, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1992, later Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1994. "Carmen/ Expo '92, Seville Opera, 1992. Carmen, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1992. The Makropolous Case, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1992. La Traviata, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1992, later Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1996, also Gran Theatre de Liccu, Barcelona, Spain, and Julliard American Opera Center. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1992. Carmen, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1993. The Magic Flute, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1993. The Lighthouse, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1993. The Pirates ofPenzance, InterAct Theatre Company, 1993. Lettice and Lovage, InterAct Theatre Company, 1993. The Barber of Seville, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1994. La Boheme, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1994. The Tempest, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1994. El Gato Montez, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1994. Faust, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1994, later Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1997. Elektra, Los Angeles Music Center Opera, 1994. Rigoletto, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1995. Elixir of Love, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1995. The Turn of the Screw, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1995. Cos/ Fan Tutti, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1996. The Rate's Progress, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1996. The Mikado, InterAct Theatre Company, 1996. La Cenerentola, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1997. Vanessa, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1997. The Marriage of Figaro, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1998. Tosca, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1998. Suzannah, Opera Festival of New Jersey, 1998.

114 • DANZA Lighting designer for other operas and musicals, including Elegy for Young Lovers, Julliard American Opera Center; The Daughter of the Regiment, Opera Delaware; Beatrice and Benedict, Cos/ Fan Tutti, Don Giovanni, and Turk in Italy, all Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University; Harriet: The Woman Called Moses, Virginia Opera Association; The Taming of the Shrew, Wolf Trap Farm Park; Tamu, Tamu, Chicago Opera, Studebaker Theatre, Chicago, IL; and Turandot, Olympic Arts Festival, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA. Major Tours; Lighting Designer: The Cherry Orchard, American Conservatory Theatre, U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, CA, 1974. The Taming of the Shrew, American Conservatory Theatre, U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, CA, 1974-75. Cyrano de Bergerac, American Conservatory Theatre, U.S. cities, 1975. Equus, American Conservatory Theatre, 1976. The Matchmaker, American Conservatory Theatre/ State Department tour of the U.S.S.R., Soviet cities, including Moscow, Leningrad, and Riga, 1976. Desire under the Elms, American Conservatory Theatre/State Department tour of the U.S.S.R., Soviet cities, including Moscow, Leningrad, and Riga, 1976. The Bourgeois Gentleman, American Conservatory Theatre, 1977. A Month in the Country, American Conservatory Theatre, 1979. The Circle, American Conservatory Theatre, 1979. Hello, Dolly!, 1981. Mass Appeal, 1982. Guys and Dolls, 1982. Richard III, National Arts Centre of Canada, 1982. The Torchbearers, National Arts Centre of Canada, 1982. Walsh, National Arts Centre of Canada, 1983. Sprung Rhythm, National Arts Centre of Canada, 1984. ]esus Christ, Superstar, 1985. Stop the World, I Want to Get Off, 1986. Other People's Money, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1988-89, then Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City, 1989-91, later Theatre Virginia, 1991, and GeVa Theatre, 1991. Also lighting designer for touring productions of The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel, A Doll's House,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 George M., Guys and Dolls, The Last of Mrs. Cheyney, Oh, Coward!, Oklahoma, The Rothschilds, Show Boat (also known as Showboat), and Un Ballo en Maschera.

Television Work; Specials: Lighting designer, "El Gato Montes from the Los Angeles Music Center Opera/7 Great Performances, PBS, 1995. Lighting director for "La Rondine," Live from Lincoln Center, PBS, and The Babe. With Ferd Manning, associate lighting director for/ABC in Concert, ABC; Christopher Close-Up; Disco Beaver in Outerspace; The International Horse Jumping Show; The Rossman/Tallaferro Title Match; and Take Five with Stiller and Meara. Television Work; Episodic: Associate lighting designer for "Slim Goodbody" segments, Captain Kangaroo, CBS; also associate lighting director for Inside the NFL, HBO; Pinwheel, Nickelodeon; Sneak Preview, HBO; Take Five, CBS; 3-2/ Contact, PBS; and Let's Find Out.

DANZA, Tony

1951PERSONAL

Original name, Anthony Ladanza; born April 21, 1951, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Matty (a garbage collector) and Anne (a bookkeeper) Ladanza; married Rhonda Yeomen (marriage ended); married Tracy Robinson, June 28, 1986; children: (first marriage) Marc; (second marriage) Katie, Emily Lyn. Education: University of Dubuque, B.S., history. Addresses: Office—Katie Face Productions, 10202 West Washington, Lean Bldg., Suite 103, Culver City, CA 90232. Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor and producer. Worked as a boxer. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Tony Banta, Taxi, ABC, 1978-82, then NBC, 1982-83.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Tony Micelli, Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1984-92. Voice of Mickey Campbell, Baby Talk, ABC, 199192. Voice of Vinnie, the alligator, The Mighty Jungle, The Family Channel, 1993-94. Tony Canetti, Hudson Street, ABC, 1995. Tony DiMeo, The Tony Danza Show, NBC, 1997. Television Work; Executive Producer; Series: George, ABC, 1993-94. (With Randi Mayem Singer and others) Hudson Street, ABC, 1995. (With Bruce Nash and Scott Sternberg) Before They Were Stars, ABC, 1996. The Tony Danza Show, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Pony Lambretta, Murder Can Hurt You!, 1981. Dennis, Singles Bars, Single Women, ABC, 1984. Jerry Rosenberg, Doing Life (also known as Truth or Die), NBC, 1986. Wall of Tyranny, NBC, 1987. Victor Ross, Freedom Fighter, NBC, 1987. Gus Farace, Dead and Alive—The Race for Gus Farace (also known as Mob Justice), ABC, 1991. Rowdy bar patron, The Whereabouts of Jenny, ABC, 1991. Tom Acton, Deadly Whispers, CBS, 1995. Juror Number 7, Twelve Angry Men, Showtime, 1997. Sal Matilla, North Shore Fish, Showtime, 1997. Television Work; Executive Producer; Movies: Coexecutive producer, Doing Life (also known as Truth or Die), NBC, 1986. Wall of Tyranny, NBC, 1987. Coexecutive producer, Freedom Fighter, NBC, 1987. (With Steve Sauer) The Whereabouts of Jenny, ABC, 1991. (With Stephen McPherson and Elizabeth Bradley) Bermuda Triangle (also known as Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle), ABC, 1996. (With Michael Greenfield) Sudden Terror: The Hijacking of School Bus Number 17 (also known as The Miami School Bus Hijacking), ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: ABC team member, Battle of the Network Stars XVII, ABC, 1984. Night of 100 Stars II, ABC, 1985. Host, 99 Ways to Attract the Right Man, 1985. The ABC All-Star Spectacular, ABC, 1985. Member of team two,The Real Trivial Pursuit, 1985.

DANZA • 115 ABC team captain, Battle of the Network Stars XVIII, ABC, 1985. Comic Relief, HBO, 1986. Happy Birthday, Hollywood!, 1987. Grand marshal I, The Hollywood Christmas Parade, 1988. Host, Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration (also known as A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration: 50 Years of Hanna-Barbera), TNT, 1989. Host, "Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration/' The Magical World of Disney, NBC, 1990. Sammy Davis ]r/s 60th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1990. Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come (also known as Frank Sinatra: 75th Birthday Celebration), CBS, 1990. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic, CBS, 1990. We/come Home, America!—A USO Salute to America's Sons and Daughters, ABC, 1991. Back to School '92 (also known as Education First!), CBS, 1992. Host, Gett/n' Over, ABC, 1992. Muhammad All's 50th Birthday Celebration, ABC, 1992. The 6 / s t Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, 1992. Kathie Lee Cifford's Celebration of Motherhood, ABC, 1993. Host, The Road to Hollywood, NBC, 1993. Host, Gettin' Over, ABC, 1993. The Best of Taxi (also known as Hey Tax/), CBS, 1994. Movie News Hot Summer Sneak Preview, CBS, 1994. Host, Gettin' Over, ABC, 1995. Let's Make Sure Everybody Eats '95, TV Food Network, 1995. Sinatra: 80 Years My Way, ABC, 1995. Interviewee, Television's Greatest Performances, 1995. The NFL at 75: An All-Star Celebration (also known as The NFL 75th Ann/versary Special), ABC, 1995. Video profile presenter, The Opening Ceremonies of the 1995 Special Olympics World Games, NBC, 1995. The Tony Bennett Special: Here's to the Ladies; A Concert of Hope, CBS, 1995. Cohost, Bob Hope... Laughing with the Presidents, NBC, 1996. Host, Caesars Palace 30th Anniversary Celebration, ABC, 1996.

116 • DANZA Voice of cigarette, Smoke Alarm: The Unfiltered Truth about Cigarettes, HBO, 1996. The MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon (also known as The 32nd Anniversary MDA ]erry Lewis Labor Day Telethon), syndicated, 1997. National Memorial Day Concert, PBS, 1997. Television Work; Executive Producer; Specials: (With others) Gett/n' Over, ABC, 1992. (With Sauer and Scott Sternberg) The Road to Hollywood, NBC, 1993. (With others) Cettin' Over, ABC, 1993. Before They Were Stars, 1994. An All-New Before They Were Stars, 1994. (With others) Cettin' Over, ABC, 1995. (With others) A Special Half-Hour Edition of Before They Were Stars, ABC, 1995. (With others) Before They Were Stars III, ABC, 1995. (With others) Before They Were Stars IV, ABC, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: "When Worlds Collide/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. Tall Preview Party," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "Albert James Myer," An American Portrait, CBS, 1986. Host, "Disney Goes to the Oscars/' Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1986. "Separation," Mr. Belvedere, ABC, 1987. A Conversation with Dinah, TNN, 1989. Tony Micelli, Living Dolls, ABC, 1989. Guest host, Studio 59 (also known as Into the Night), ABC, 1991.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, 1994. Presenter, The /7th Annual CableACE Awards, 1995. Host, The ESPY Awards, ESPN, 1996. Other Television Appearances: Appeared in the pilot Fast Lane Blues. Other Television Work: Executive script consultant, Living Dolls (series), ABC, 1989-90. Executive producer, Crowned and Dangerous, 1997. Film Appearances: Duke, The Hollywood Knights, Columbia, 1980. Foster, Going Ape!, Paramount, 1981. Terry, Cannonball Run II, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Doug Simpson, She's out of Control, Columbia, 1989. Peter Barth, The Joke, 1992. Mel Clark, Angels in the Outfield (also known as Angels), Buena Vista, 1994. D'Avalon, ///town (also known as Wrecking Crew and Cocaine Kids), Shooting Gallery, 1996. Himself, Dear Cod, 1996. Tony "Boom Boom" Banta, Meet Wally Sparks, Trimark Pictures, 1997. Louis Crisci, A Brooklyn State of Mind, Miramax, 1997. Sid, Clam, 1997.

Appeared as host, Friday Comedy Videos, NBC. Television Work; Episodic: Coexecutive producer, "Disney Goes to the Oscars," Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1986. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Host, American Video Awards, 1985. The 37th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, 1985. The 38th Annual Emmy Awards, 1986. Guest, The Stuntman Awards, 1986. The All-Star Pro Sports Awards, 1990. The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, 1990. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, 1992. Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards Presented by Footlocker, 1993. Presenter, The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards, 1993. Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, 1994.

Film Work: Executive producer, The Jerky Boys, Buena Vista, 1995. Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Dominic De Caesar, Wrong Turn at Lungfish, Promenade Theatre, New York City, 1993. Also performed in a cabaret-style show, 1996-97, in U.S. cities, including Las Vegas, NV, Atlantic City, NJ, Chicago, IL, and New York City. OTHER SOURCES Books: Lovece, Frank, and Jules Franco, Hailing Taxi, Prentice-Hall (Englewood Cliffs, NJ), 1988.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Periodicals: People Weekly, October 30, 1995, p. 63.'

DAVID, Joanna 1947PERSONAL Original name, Joanna Hacking; born January 17, 1947, in Lancaster, England; daughter of John and Davida Elizabeth (Nesbitt) Hacking; married Edward Fox (an actor); children: one daughter, one son. Education: Attended Elmhurst Ballet School, Camberley, England; studied acting at Weber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. Religion: Church of England. Addresses: /Agent—Peter Browne Management, 13 St. Martin's Rd., London SW9 OSP, England. Career: Actress. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Sonia, War and Peace, 1973-74. Elizabeth Kerslake, First among Equals, 1986-87. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Alice Munro, The Last of the Mohicans, BBC, 1971. Princess Alexandra, ]ennie: Lady Randolph Churchill (also known as /enn/e), BBC/Thames Television, 1975. Jeanne Marie, Lillie, London Weekend Television, 1978. Hannah, Tender Is the Night, BBC, 1985. Mrs. Gardiner, Pride and Prejudice (also known as Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice), BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: The Edwardians, BBC, 1972. Dolly, Anna Karenina, 1984. The Dancing Princesses, 1984. Murder at Lynch Cross, Granada Television, 1985. Voice of Trufflehunter, Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader (animated; also known as Chronicles of Narnia, Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader), BBC, 1989.

DAVID • 117 Television Appearances; Specials: The girl/the second Mrs. De Winter, Rebecca, BBC, 1980. Sophy Deane, "The Mill on the Floss," Mobil Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Rumpole and the Sporting Life/' Rumpole of the Bailey, Series III, Thames Television, 1984. "The Lady's Maid Bell," Shades of Darkness, Granada Television, 1984. Thompson, BBC, 1990. Emma Crackenthorpe, "The 4:50 from Paddington," Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series IV, [Great Britain], 1989. Susan Fallon, "Dead on Time," Inspector Morse, Series VII, later broadcast as an episode of Mystery/, PBS, 1994. Mirabelle Jones, "Rumpole and the Children of the Devil," Rumpole of the Bailey, Series VIII, Thames Television, later broadcast as an episode of Mystery!, PBS, 1995. Susan Gushing, "The Cardboard Box," The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Granada Television, later broadcast as an episode of Mystery!, PBS, 1995. Also appeared in Colditz and The Duchess of Duke Street, both BBC. Other Television Appearances: Appeared as Ann, Fame Is the Spur, BBC; Elinor, Sense and Sensibility; Mary Eleanor Pearcey, Lady Killers; Mabel Purdy, Dear Brutus; Dora Carrington, Lytton Strachey; and as Christina, Alexa; appeared in Brass, Granada Television; also appeared in Ballet Shoes, Charlotte and ]ane, Just William, The Red Signal, When Johnny Comes Marching Home, and Within These Walls. Film Appearances: All Neat in Black Stockings, 1968. A Smashing Bird I Used to Know (also known as House of Unclaimed Women, School for Unclaimed Girls, and The Smashing Bird I Used to Know), [Great Britain], 1969. One Plus One (also known as / + 7 and Sympathy for the Devil), 1969. The Mind of Mr. Soames, Amicus Productions, 1970. Mrs. Frampton, Comrades, Curzon, 1987. Kate, Secret Friends, Briar Patch Film Corporation, 1991.

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Stage Appearances: Catherine Sloper, The Heiress, London, England, 1984. Marion, Stages, Cottesloe Theatre, London, England, 1992. Appeared as Miss Giddens, The Innocents, Royal Theatre, Northampton, England; and as Varya, The Cherry Orchard, Haymarket Theatre Royal, London, England; appeared in DearAntoine, Chichester Festival, Chichester, England; Uncle Vanya, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England; and Family Reunion, Royal Exchange Theatre, later produced in London, England; also appeared in The Importance of Being Earnest, Scandinavian Theatre Company.*

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1936PERSONAL

Born July 30, 1936, in Little Rock, AR; son of Roy Carlton (an accountant) and Enola Adeline (Neel) Davis. Education: Attended University of Arkansas; studied acting with David LeGrant, Robert Ravan, and Mary Tarsai in New York City; studied opera with Carmine Gagliardi and Sarah Lee in New York City. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 1325 Sixth Ave., New York, NY 10019. Career: Actor, singer, and writer. Sanders Agency, New York City, worked as literary agent. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Radio and Television Artists. Awards, Honors: Joseph Jefferson Award nomination, 1973, for Company. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (New York debut) Ciccio, Most Happy Fellow, City Center Theatre, 1959. Sir Lucius O'Trigger, All in Love, Martinque Theatre, New York City, 1961. Understudy for Vidal, Sweet Charity, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1966. Dark Glasses and Mike, The Apple Tree, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1967.

Prospector and doorman, Dear World, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1967-68. Bruce, How Do / Love You, pre-Broadway production, 1969. Tucker, Look to the Lillies, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1970. Sebastian Baye,Coco, Mark Hellinger Theatre, 1970. Robert, Company, Forum Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1973. Lead singer, All Night Strut, Ford's Theatre, Washington, DC, 1975. Kurt Weill, Berlin to Broadway, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, NH, then Westchester Regional Theatre, 1979. Man, Side by Side by Sondheim, Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, NY, 1980. Frederick, A Little Night Music, Theatre by the Sea, 1980. Standby for Gerald and others, Woman of the Year, Palace Theatre, 1981-82. Henry Higgins, My Fair Lady, Wichita Summer Theatre, Wichita, KS, 1985. Ronald Dupre, The Future of the American Musical, Musical Theatre Works, 1985. An American and Mike, Rags, Mark Hellinger Theatre, 1986. The Best of Selma Hazouri and Pals (cabaret production), Steve McGraw's Theatre, New York City, 1989. Comedy Tonight (a revue), Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1994. Appeared as Herod, ]esus Christ Superstar, Kansas City Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO. Toured with National Company in Bells Are Ringing, 1959, as Marco the Magnificent in Carnival, 1961, and as Edward Rutledge in 7776, 1970-72. Film Appearances: Production singer, The Producers, Embassy, 1968. Sweet Charity, Universal, 1969. Blue Legion member, Survival Quest, 1989. Georgia reporter, The People vs. Larry Flynt (also known as Larry Flynt: The Naked Truth), Columbia, 1996. Film Work: Producer (with Martin Cutler and Gary Preisler) and director, Eight Days a Week, Mayfair Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: "Michael Davis—The Life of the Party/' Cinemax Comedy Experiment, Cinemax, 1986.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Disneyland's All-Star Comedy Circus, 1988. Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Clown College 20th Anniversary, 1988. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 1988. Hoodoo U Voodoo: The Rolling Stones Live, 1994. Also appeared in Art Carney Special. Television Appearances; Episodic: (Television debut) Bell Telephone Hour, NBC, 1960. Also appeared in episodes of As the World Turns, Days of Our Lives, and The Ed Sullivan Show. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Peter Gould) Double Dragon (based on a story by Neal Shusterman and Paul Dini), Gramercy Pictures, 1994. (With Neil Ruttenberg) Prehisteria! 3 (based on a story by Brent Friedman), Paramount Home Video, 1995. Eight Days a Week, Mayfair Entertainment, 1996. 9-1/2 Weeks: Love in Paris (also known as Another 9-1/2 Weeks and September), Trimark Pictures, 1997. Songs for Films: ''Kick Out the Jams/' Pump Up the Volume, 1990. Television Specials: "Michael Davis—The Life of the Party," Cinemax Comedy Experiment, Cinemax, 1986.*

DE LA GIRODAY, Francois See GIRODAY, Francois

DENVER John

1943-1997

OBITUARY NOT/Cf-See index for CTFT sketch: Original name, Henry John Deutschendorf Jr.; born December 31,1943, in Roswell, NM;died in a plane crash, October 12,1997, in Pacific Grove, CA. Singer, songwriter, and actor. Many of Denver's songs, especially Rocky Mountain High and Thank God I'm a Country Boy, became fixtures in American culture and made him one of the most popular singer/songwriters of the 1970s. Though his record sales and popular-

DENVER • 119 ity waned in the 1980s, Denver still packed stadiums with loyal fans and played a concert a week before his death. Never pretending to be trendy or hip, Denver's songs matched his clean-cut imagepeace, happiness, and loving the outdoors. The son of an Air Force pilot, Denver wasn't really interested in music until Elvis Presley hit the scene. Denver dropped out of Texas Tech University and moved to Los Angeles, where he took a day job and sang in lounges at night. During this time, at the suggestion of a record producer, he changed his last name to Denver. He caught a break in 1965 when he was chosen over 250 other musicians to be the lead singer for the Chad Mitchell Trio, a folk group. He toured with the band and recorded the album That's the Way It's Gonna Be with them. In 1969 wrote the song Leaving on a ]et Plane, which was recorded by Peter, Paul and Mary and became a smash hit. Once he had a foothold in the music scene, Denver cut the albums Rhymes and Reasons (1969) and Take Me to Tomorrow (1970), and scored another hit with the single "Take Me Home, Country Roads," which sold a million copies. The next year, he recorded "Rocky Mountain High," an autobiographical song that became his signature and spoke of his love of the land. A string of hit albums continued in the early 1970s including Poems, Prayers and Promises (1971), Aerie (1972), Farewell Andromeda (1973), and Back Home Again (1974). The 1975 pressing of John Denver's Greatest Hits eventually sold ten million copies, one of the best-selling albums in RCA Record's history. That same year, he was named Entertainer of the Year by the Country Music Association. While critics sometimes chided Denver's music and image for being too bland or too wholesome, his popularity soared because his feel-good songs struck a chord with people who wanted music to make them happy. And Denver performed with a range of artists from other musical genres including opera tenor Placido Domingo, violinist Itzhak Perlman, and Kermit the Frog from The Muppets. Denver received a great deal of mail from fans who said his music helped them through tough times in their lives. In 1977, he crossed over into movies when he starred with George Burns in Oh, God!, in which he played an ordinary man chosen by God (Burns) to carry his message. He appeared in scores of television specials during the 1970s. Denver's other recordings in that decade include An Evening with John Denver (1975), Windsong (1975), Live in London (1976),

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Spirit (1976), / Want to Live (1977), John Denver (1979), and A Christmas Together with the Muppets (1979). Denver remained popular in the early 1980s with the albums Autograph (1980), Some Days Are Diamonds (1981), Perhaps Love (1981), Seasons of the Heart (1982), It's About Time (1983), and Collection (1984). The late 1980s presented some difficulties for Denver, however; he was arrested for drunk driving and his record sales dropped. He devoted himself more to social causes such as Friends of the Earth, Human/Dolphin Foundation, Save the Children Foundation, and UNICEF; he sailed with famed marine biologist Jacques Cousteau. He was also active in promoting space travel, and he was a member of the National Space Institute and the European Space Agency. Denver continued to record and released the albums Dreamland Express (1985), One World (1986), The Flower That Shattered the Stone (1990), Earth Songs (1990), Different Directions (1991), and Higher Ground (1991). Denver always enjoyed flying and was known as sort of a daredevil around Aspen, Colorado, where he maintained one of his residences. Denver died after an experimental small plane he was flying crashed into Monterey Bay off the California Coast.

children: one son. Education: Attended Goodman Theatre School, 1958-61; studied acting with Lee Strasberg, 1962-64. Avocational interests: Singing, playing the banjo, studying acting, reading, watching old films, rearranging apartment. Addresses: Contact—1999 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 2850, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress. Understudy for Second City, Chicago, IL, 1958-61, then joined company as an ingenue-vocalist, 1961. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Actors Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best supporting or featured dramatic actress, Variety New York Drama Critics Poll Award, and Theatre World Award, all 1963, all for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Golden Globe Award nomination, best actress debut in a motion picture, 1977, for Bound for Glory; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1978, for Close Encounters of the Third Kind; Academy Award nomination, best supporting actress, 1982, for /Absence of Malice. CREDITS

OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Books: Who's Who in America, 53rd edition, Marquis, 1998. Periodicals: Atlanta Journal and Constitution, October 14,1997. Chicago Tribune, October 14, 1997. Detroit Free Press, October 14, 1997. Los Angeles Times, October 14, 1997. New York Times, October 14, 1997, p. B11. Times (London), October 14, 1997. USA Today, October 14, 1997. Washington Post, October 14, 1997, p. A1.

DILLON, Melinda

1939PERSONAL

Full name, Melinda Ruth Dillon; born October 13, 1939, in Hope, AR; daughter of W. S. (a U.S. Army colonel) and E. Norine (Barnett) Dillon; married Richard Libertini (an actor), September 30, 1963;

Stage Appearances: Grusche, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Arena Stage Theatre, Washington, DC, 1961-62. Caroline, What Shall We Tell Caroline?, Arena Stage Theatre, 1961-62. Sonja, Uncle Vanya, Arena Stage Theatre, 1961-62. Blanaid, The Moon in the Yellow River, Arena Stage Theatre, 1961-62. Irma, The Madwoman ofChaillot, Arena Stage Theatre, 1961-62. Felice, The Burning of the Lepers, Arena Stage Theatre, 1961-62. Kitty, The Time of Your Life, Arena Stage Theatre, 1961-62. Understudy for the role of Rosalie, Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and Vm Feelin'SoSad, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1962. (Broadway debut) Honey, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Billy Rose Theatre, New York City, 196263. Conerico Was Here to Stay, Playwrights Unit, Village South Theatre, New York City, 1964. Dorothy, "The Shock of Recognition/'Jill, 'The Footsteps of Doves/' and Clarice, "I'll Be Home for

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Christmas," in You Know / Can't Hear You When the Water's Running (triple-bill), Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1967-68, then Broad hurst Theatre, New York City, 1968. Lilly Seltzer, A Way of Life, ANTA Theatre, New York City, 1969. Marat/Sade, Arena Stage Theatre, 1969. Orson Bean, A Round with Ring, ANTA Matinee Series, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1969. Peasant's wife, "The Little Peasant," Daughter, "The Robber Bridegroom," Goosey Poosey, "Henny Penny," Wife, "About Time," and Princess, "The Golden Goose," all in Paul Sills' Story Theater, Ambassador Theatre, 1970-71. Ovid's Metamorphoses, Ambassador Theatre, 1971. Film Appearances: Leslie Hopkins, The April Fools, National General, 1969. Mary Guthrie/Memphis Sue, Bound for Glory, United Artists, 1976. Suzanne Hanrahan, Slap Shot, Universal, 1977. Jillian Guiler, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Columbia, 1977. Anna Zerinkas, F.I.S.T., United Artists, 1978. Teresa Perrone, Absence of Malice, Columbia, 1981. Mother, A Christmas Story, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1983. Honey Carder, Songwriter, TriStar, 1984. Nancy Henderson, Harry and the Hendersons, Universal, 1987. Eileen McDermott, Staying Together, Hemdale, 1989. Nina, Spontaneous Combustion, Taurus, 1990. Mrs. Rogers, Captain America, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1990. Savannah Wingo, The Prince of Tides, Columbia, 1991. Leah Goldman, Sioux City, IRS Releasing, 1994. Mrs. Darling, How to Make an American Quilt, Universal, 1995. Merna, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, ]ulie Newmar, Universal, 1995. Sister Aloysius, Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story, Warner Bros., 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Story Theater (also known as the Paul Sills Story Theater), syndicated, 1971.

DILLON -121 Jeannie, Marriage Is Alive and Well, NBC, 1980. Anne Gronouski, Hellinger's Law, CBS, 1981. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Rachel Mott,/ames A. Michener's Space (also known as Space), CBS, 1985. Polly Judd, Naomi and Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Defenders, CBS, 1963. Cissy Summers, "A Lawman Is Not a Happy One," Bonanza, NBC, 1969. Penny, "A Little Peace and Quiet," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1985. "Verna," The Client, 1995. Trace/ Takes On . . ., HBO, 1996. Also appeared in The Jeffersons, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Dick Cavett Show, Dinah Shore Show, The Paul Sand Show, Picket Fences, and East Side, West Side. Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Kris Lassiter, The Critical List, NBC, 1978. Ann Hurley, Transplant, CBS, 1979. Agnes, The Shadow Box, ABC, 1980. Sherry Phillips, Fa//en Angel, CBS, 1981. Ruda Dwyer, Right of Way, HBO, 1983. Joyce Mollencamp, Shattered Spirits, ABC, 1986. Sharon, Shattered Innocence (also known as Shattered Image, Images of Eileen, and Mourning Song), CBS, 1988. Paula Brown, Nightbreaker (also known as/Advance to Ground Zero), TNT, 1989. Eleanor List, Judgment Day: The John List Story, CBS, 1993. Betty Anderson, State of Emergency (also known as Slow Bleed), HBO, 1994. Carol Mothershed, Confessions: Two Faces of Evil (also known as Mothershed or Berndt?), NBC, 1994. Also appeared in Point of Departure, Mississippi and Sara. Television Appearances; Specials: Dulcy Wintergreen, The Juggler of Notre Dame, syndicated, 1982. Also appeared on The Merv Griffin Special.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Madam Arkadina, Freeman, ABC, 1976. Dora Herren, Enigma, CBS, 1977.

Other Television Appearances: Stacy, The Poet and the Politician, CBS, 1963.*

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1949PERSONAL

Born July 23, 1949; daughter of Robert Whittier (a lawyer) and Argentina Anselma (Copello) Dudley. Education: Attended Dartmouth College, 1968-69; Vassar College, B.A. (drama), 1971. Addresses: Office—Cannon/Dudley and Associates, 43A Belsize Square, London NW3 4HN, England. Career: Casting director. Cannon/Dudley and Associates, London, England, casting director. Member: Casting Society of America, Casting Director's Guild of Great Britain, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Awards, Honors: Artios Award, Casting Society of America, for The Josephine Baker Story; Artios Award nominations forAmerika, Moonlighting, and Call to Glory. CREDITS Film Work; Casting Director, Unless Otherwise Noted: Cross Country, New World Pictures, 1983. Eyes of Fire, Aquarius Films, 1986. Retribution, Taurus Entertainment, 1988. The Unholy, Vestron Pictures, 1988. Midnight Crossing, Vestron Pictures, 1988. Defense Play, Trans World Entertainment, 1988. The Invisible Kid, Taurus Entertainment, 1988. What's Love Got to Do with It (also known as Tina: What's Love Cot to Do with It), Buena Vista, 1993. Casting director in Europe, Red Hot, SC Entertainment International, 1993. The Killer Tongue, Lola Films, 1994. The Shooter (also known as Hidden Assassin), Buena Vista/Dimension, 1996. Lord Lucan, 1996. The Disappearance of Carcia Lorca (also known as Lorca), Triumph, 1997. Babymother, Channel 4 Films, 1997. Kin, Bard Entertainment, 1998.

The Jesse Owens Story, 1984. In Love and War, CBS, 1987. The Secret Life of Archie's Wife (also known as Runaway Heart), 1990. Perry Mason: The Case of the Class Coffin (also known as The Case of the Class Coffin), NBC, 1991. The Josephine Baker Story, HBO, 1991. Perry Mason: The Case of the Reckless Romeo (also known as The Case of the Reckless Romeo), NBC, 1992. Perry Mason: The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host (also known as The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host), NBC, 1993. Casting director in Great Britain, Royce, Showtime, 1994. Casting director in Great Britain, Broken Lullaby, CTV Television Network, 1994. Change of Place, CBS, 1994. Wolverine, Fox, 1996. Nobody's Children, USA Network, 1997. The Mall, Fox, 1997. Also casting director for But It's Not My Fault, ABC; Concrete Beat, ABC; Don't Hit Me Mom, ABC; Eleanor, First Lady of the World, CBS; / Want to Live, ABC; Shut Down, ABC; Breaking Away, ABC; and Sins of the Past, ABC Casting Director; Series: Palmerstown (also known as Palmerstown U.S.A.), CBS, 1980-81. Cavil an, NBC, 1982. The Quest, ABC, 1982-83. Cutter to Houston, CBS, 1983. The A Team, NBC, 1983-87. Call to Clory, ABC, 1984-85. Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984-93. Moonlighting, ABC, 1985. Matlock, NBC, 1988-90. Highlander, Gaumont, 1997. The New Professionals [England], 1997-98. Also casting director for Farrell for the People, NBC. Casting Director; Miniseries: Amerika, ABC, 1987.

DUTT1NE, John

1949PERSONAL

Television Casting Director, Unless Otherwise Noted; Movies: Casting associate, Call to Clory, 1984.

Born May 15,1949, in Barnsley, Yorkshire, England; son of Josef and Caroline Edith (Hampton) Duttine;

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married; children: Oscar James. Education: Attended Buttershaw Comprehensive School; studied acting at Drama Centre, London, England.

Dave, "Family Man/' Love and Marriage, London Weekend Television, 1983. Duncan, "Odds Against/' Pilgrim's Rest, 1997.

Addresses: Agent—Peter Browne Management, 13 St. Martin's Rd., London SW9 OSP, England.

Other Television Appearances: Leo, Pin to See the Peepshow, BBC, 1973. Gravedigger, Lord Peter Whimsey, BBC, 1974. Able Seaman Scobie, Warship, BBC, 1974. Churchill's People, BBC, 1974. Keith Nicholson, Spend, Spend, Spend, BBC, 1976. Coronation Street, Granada Television, 1977. Federico, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Granada Television, 1977. Archie Carver, The Avenue, London Weekend Television, 1977. Lennie, Strangers, Granada Television, 1978. Donald Radlett, The Mallens, Granada Television, 1979. Alan, Psy-Warriors, BBC, 1981. Franit, The Outsider, Yorkshire Television, 1982. Jimmy, Grounding and the Kite, BBC, 1983. Alan, A Still Small Shout, BBC, 1985. Tim, A Master of the Marionettes, 1989.

Career: Actor. Member of Watford Repertory Company, 1970-73, Citizens Theatre Company for two years, and Nottingham Repertory Company. Member: Greenpeace, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Awards, Honors: Best Actor Award, Thames Television, 1980, for To Serve Them All My Days. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Holding On, London Weekend Television, 1975. King John, The Devil's Crown, BBC, 1978. Mr. Draite, Lame Ducits, BBC, 1984. Dave Drysdale, Ain't Misbehaving 1994. Eric Temple, Out of the Blue, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: John the Evangelist, ]esus of Nazareth, NBC, 1977. Hindley Earnshaw, Wuthering Heights, BBC, 1978. David Powlet-Jones, To Serve Them All My Days, BBC, 1980. Joe Lowther, Woman of Substance, Portman/Artimes, 1984. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bill Masen, Day of the Triffids, BBC, 1981. "Hit and Run," Tales of the Unexpected, 1982. "Skeleton Item/' Tales of the Unexpected, 1982. "The Intercessor/' Shades of Darkness, Granada Television, 1983.

Stage Appearances: Osric, Hamlet, Glasgow Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland, 1970. Hamlet, Leatherhead Theatre, 1984. Jack Wakefield, Harlequinade, Royalty Theatre, London, England, 1988. Frank Hunter, The Browning Version, Royalty Theatre, 1988. The actor, The Woman in Black, Lyric (Hammersmith) Theatre, then Strand Theatre, both London, England, 1989. Film Appearances: Red, The Final Option (also known as Who Dares Wins), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. John, The Hawk, Castle Hill, 1993.*

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EG AN, Michael 1926PERSONAL Born August 24, 1926, in Washington, PA; son of Arthur (a member of the United States consular service) and Mima (a saleswoman; maiden name, Clark) Egan. Education: Bucknell University, B.A., 1946. Career: Actor and director. Military service: U.S. Army Air Forces, served during World War II. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Orsino, Twelfth Night, Parr Theater, Pittsburgh, PA, 1943. (New York debut) Tobias and the angel, The Father, Theater de Lys, 1948. The Creat Sebastians, Broadway production, 1956. Pope Leo, Luther, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1963-64. Bird Boot, Real Inspector Hound, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1966. George, Duck Variations, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1976-77. Pozzo, Waiting for Godot, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY, 1978. Angel, An Angel Comes to Babylon, PAF Playhousd, New York City, 1979. Shamraev, The Seagull, Public Theatre, New York City, 1980. Vivien, Vivien, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1981. Galileo, Galileo, Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh, PA, 1981. Standby, The Dresser, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1981.

The Man, Tresspassers, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1982. Hugh, Translations, Centaur Theatre, Montreal, Quebec, 1982. Pischich, The Cherry Orchard, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1983. Dr. Dorn, The Seagull, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1983. Colonel Melkett, Black Comedy, Philadelphia Drama Guild, Philadelphia, PA, 1984. Chebutykin, Three Sisters, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1984. Falstaff, Henry IV, Part I, Center Stage, Baltimore, MD, 1984. Sewing machine man, Juno and the Paycock, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1988. Mr. Schlein, New York 1937, Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1990. Appeared in the Broadway productions/A Cry of Players, The Incomparable Max, and The Ritz; appeared off-Broadway in Drums in the Night, American Buffalo, and One Act Play Festival. Toured as Cromwell, Man for All Seasons; and as old man, Royal Hunt of the Sun, both U.S. cities. Stage Work; Director: John L Lewis, Disciple of Discontent, Civic Center Theatre, Cleveland, OH, 1977, then Berkshire Theater Festival, NY, 1978. My Lady Luck, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, 1980. Television Appearances; Episodic: (Television debut) Sir Humphrey, Edge of Night, ABC, 1983. Judge Fein, Law and Order, NBC, 1992. Other Television Appearances: You Can't Co Home Again (movie), 1979.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Baglioni, Rappaccini's Daughter, 1980. Soldier, Antony and Cleopatra, 1980. "The December Rose" (special), Wonc/erWor/cs, PBS, 1987. Close Relations, 1990. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Zoro, Square Root ofZoro, 1962. Jake, Two for the Seesaw, United Artists, 1962. Herbert, Next Stop, Greenwich Village, 1976.*

ELMES, Fred See ELMES, Frederick

ELMES, Frederick (Fred Elmes) PERSONAL Education: New York University, graduated, 1975. Career: Cinematographer. Member: American Society of Cinematographers. Awards, Honors: National Film Critics Award, 1986, for Blue Velvet; IFP Spirit Awards, 1990, for Wild at Heart, and 1991, for Night on Earth; Emmy Award nomination, 1997, for In the Cloaming; Gold Special Award, Worldfest Houston, and Directors' Week Award, Fantasporto, both best cinematography, 1997, for The Empty Mirror; Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, best cinematography, 1998, for The Ice Storm. CREDITS Film Work; Cinematographer: (Uncredited) The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, Faces, 1976. Breakfast in Bed, William Haugse, 1977. (With Herbert CardwelI) Eraserhead, Libra, 1977. (Uncredited) Opening Night, Faces, 1977. (With others) Real Life, Paramount, 1978. Citizen: The Political Life of Allard K. Lowenstein (documentary), M J and E Productions, 1982. Valley Girl (also known asBadBoyz), Atlantic, 1983. Broken Rainbow (documentary), 1985. 2nd unit, Dune, Universal, 1985. (With others) Real Genius, TriStar, 1985.

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Blue Velvet, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1986. 2nd unit director, Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold, Cannon, 1987. 'Tristan and Isolde/' Aria, Miramax/Warner Bros., 1987. (With Joe Kelly) Heaven (documentary), Columbia, 1987. River's Edge, Island, 1987. (Anthology segments) Moonwalker (also known as Michael Jackson: Moonwalker), Ultimate Productions, 1988. Permanent Record, Paramount, 1988. Cold Dog Soup, Anchor Bay, 1990. Wild at Heart, Samuel Goldwyn, 1990. Night on Earth (also known as LANewYorkParisRomeHelsinki), Fine Line Features, 1991. The Saint of Fort Washington, Warner Bros., 1993. Coffee and Cigarettes III, 1993. Trial by Jury, Warner Bros., 1994. Reckless, Samuel Goldwyn, 1995. The Empty Mirror, 1996. The Ice Storm, Fox Searchlight, 1997. To Live On (also known as Civil War), Universal, 1998. Other Film Work: Camera operator, A Woman under the Influence, Faces, 1974. Camera operator, A Force of One, American Cinema, 1979. Camera operator, Red Dawn, United Artists, 1984. Camera operator, Hollywood Mavericks, American Film Institute, 1990. Film Appearances: Himself, Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography (documentary), American Film Institute, 1992. Television Specials; Cinematographer: (As Fred Elmes) "Roughhouse" (also known as "House and Home"), CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1988. "The Closed Set/' Tales from the Hollywood Hills (also known as Great Performances), PBS, 1988. Camera operator, The Judds: Across the Heartland, CBS, 1989. Other Television Work: Cinematographer, Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8 (movie), 1987. Cinematographer, In the Cloaming (movie), HBO, 1997. Cinematographer, The Wedding (miniseries; also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents The Wedding), 1998.*

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EMMERICH, Roland 1955PERSONAL Born November 10, 1955, in Stuttgart, Germany; brother of Ute Emmerich. Education: Studied production design in film school, Munich, Germany. Addresses: Agent—Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Producer, director, and writer. Centropolis Film Productions, founder; worked in advertising. Member: Directors Guild of America. CREDITS Film Work: Director, The Noah's Ark Principle (also known as Das Arche Noah Prinzip), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1985. Director, Joey (also known as Making Contact), New World, 1985. Director, Chost Chase (also known as HollywoodMonster), Centropolis Film Productions, 1988. Producer (with Dean Heyde) and director, Moon 44 (also known as Intruder), Live Home Video, 1990. Executive producer (with Hanno Huth), Eye of the Storm, New Line Home Video, 1991. Director, Universal Soldier, TriStar, 1992. Co-producer and director,Stargate, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1994. Executive producer, High Crusade, Centropolis Film Productions, 1994. Executive producer and director, Independence Day, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Executive producer and director, Codzilla, TriStar, 1998. Television Work; Series: Creator and executive producer, The Visitor, Fox, 1997. Director, Raumpatrouille, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: The Sci-Fi Channel's Invasion of Independence Day, Sci-Fi Channel, 1996. WRITINGS Screenplays: The Noah's Ark Principle (also known as Das Arche Noah Prinzip), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1985.

(With HansJ. Haller and Thomas Lechner)/oex(also known as Making Contact), New World, 1985. Ghost Chase (also known as Hollywood-Monster), Centropolis Film Productions, 1988. (With Dean Devlin)5targate, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1994. Independence Day, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Godzilla, TriStar, 1998. Other: (With Dean Devlin and Stephen Molstad) Independence Day (novelization of the film), HarperPrism (New York City), 1996. The Visitor (television series), Fox, 1997. Adaptations: The television series Stargate, broadcast by Showtime in 1997, was based on Emmerich's screenplay of the same title. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: T/meJuly8, 1996, pp. 58-64. Other: Centropolis Homepage, http://www.centropolis.com (web page).*

ENGEL, Georgia 1948PERSONAL Full name, Georgia Bright Engel; born July 28, 1948, in Washington, DC; daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Ruth Caroline (Hendron) Engel. Education: University of Hawaii at Manoa, B.A. (drama), 1969; Academy of the Washington Ballet, graduate. Religion: Christian Scientist. Addresses: Contact—c/o Great Enterprises, 108 West 73rd St., No. 5, New York, NY 10023. Career: Actress and singer. Voiceovers for advertisements, including television commercials for Ziploc bags and radio commercials for Dunkin' Donuts. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nominations, outstanding supporting actress, 1976 and 1977, both for The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Georgette Franklin Baxter, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1972-77. Regular, The Dean Martin Show (also known as The Dean Martin Comedy Hour), NBC, 1974. Mitzi Maloney, The Betty White Show, CBS, 197778. Loretta Smoot, The Good Time Girls, CBS, 1980. Susan Elliot, Jennifer Slept Here, CBS, 1983. Shirley Burleigh, Coach, ABC, 1991-96. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Rhoda's Wedding/' Rhoda, CBS, 1974. Ambrosia Malspar, "A Bride for Exidor," Mork and M/nc/x, ABC, 1978. "Cinderella Girls/' Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. "Going by the Book/7 The JLove Boat, ABC, 1978. "The Sketch/' Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. The Associates, ABC, 1979. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. "Seal of Approval/7 The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Voice, "Misunderstood Monsters/7 CBS Library, CBS, 1981. "Romance Times Three/7 Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. "Meet the Author/7 The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. "Touch and Go/7 Fantasy Island, ABC, 1983. Narrator, Reading Rainbow, PBS, 1983. "Love Is Sweet/7 The New Love, American Style, ABC, 1986. Television Appearances; Specials: Dean Martin's California Christmas, 1975. Dean's Place, NBC, 1975. Dean Martin's Red Hot Scandals of 1926, 1976. Dean Martin's Red Hot Scandals, Part 2, 1977. The Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1987. Herself and Georgette Franklin Baxter, Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show, CBS, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Cleo, The New Love Boat (also known as The Love Boat///), ABC, 1977. Claire Ruth, A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou GehrigStory, NBC, 1978. Kathy Scott, The Day the Women Got Even, N BC, 1980. Mama Porter, Papa Was a Preacher, 1985. Stage Appearances: Lend an Ear, Equity Library Theatre, New York City, 1969. Minnie Fay, Hello, Dolly!, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1970.

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ERMEY, R. Lee 1944PERSONAL Born March 24, 1944, in Emporia, KS; married c. 1976; wife's name, Nila. Education: Studied drama in Manila, Philippines. Addresses: /Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials for products including Coors. Operated a bar in Okinawa. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps, served as drill instructor. CREDITS Film Appearances: Sergeant Loyce, The Boys in Company C, Columbia, 1978. Helicopter pilot (uncredited), Apocalypse Now, United Artists, 1979. Gunny, Purple Hearts, Warner Bros., 1984.

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Sgt. Hartman, Full Metal Jacket, Warner Bros., 1987. Mayor Tilman, Mississippi Burning, Orion, 1988. Jimmy Lee Farnsworth,F/etc/7 Lives, Universal, 1989. Sgt. Hafner, The5/ege ofFirebase Cloria, [Australia], 1989. Major Joe Haines, Demonstone (also known as Heartstone), Fries Entertainment, 1990. Luke Clanton, Kid (also known as Back for Revenge), LIVE Home Video, 1990. Capt. Randall Phillips, La Crieta (also known as Endless Descent and The Rift), LIVE Home Video, 1991. Von Demming, The Terror Within II, Concorde, 1991. General Kramer, Toy Soldiers, TriStar, 1991. Houston's boss, True Identity, 1991. General Platt, Body Snatchers, Warner Bros., 1993. Detective Ferguson, Hexed, Columbia, 1993. Dick Mead, Sommersby, Warner Bros., 1993. Frank Deacon, Love Is a Gun, Trimark, 1994. Stone, On Deadly Ground (also known as Rainbow Warrior and Spirit Warrior), Warner Bros., 1994. Clyde Percy, Dead Man Walking, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Conventioneer, Leaving Las Vegas, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1995. Judge Clawson, Murder in the First, Warner Bros., 1995. Police captain, Seven (also known as Se/en), New Line, 1995. Voice of the sergeant, Toy Story, Buena Vista, 1995. Lieutenant Colonel J. P. Mclntire, Under the Hula Moon, Trident Releasing, 1995. Benjamin Brewster, Chain of Command, 1995. Hiles, The Frighteners, Universal, 1996. Pullman T. Fowler, Dead Men Can't Dance (also known asDMZ and Rangers), Imperial Entertainment/Live Entertainment, 1997. Bill Bowerman, Prefontaine, Buena Vista, 1997. Sheriff Buck Olmstead, Switchback (also known as Going West and Going West in America), Paramount, 1997.

Jack Benedict, Savate (also known as The Fighter), HBO, 1995. Wilkie Wilkerson, Soul of the Game (also known as Baseball in Black and White and Field of Honour), HBO, 1996. Billy Paxton, Weapons of Mass Distraction, HBO, 1997.

Television Appearances; Series: Lt. Fry, Cracker (also known as F/tz), ABC, 1997.

Born July 22, 1963, in Norfolk, VA; married Josie Bissett, May 1, 1992.

Television Appearances; Movies: Glen Fairling, 83 Hours 'til Dawn, CBS, 1990. Captain Aickman, I'm Dangerous Tonight, USA Network, 1990. Detective Tony Weller, The Take (also known as The Mobsters), USA Network, 1990. Chief Crowder, French Silk, ABC, 1994. Dan Byrd, Rise and Walk: The Dennis Byrd Story, Fox, 1994.

Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Who's Happy Now?" China Beach, ABC, 1989. Brisco County, Sr., "Senior Spirit/' The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. syndicated, 1993. Town sheriff, "Staired in Horror/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1994. Voice of Colonel Hapablap, "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming," The Simpsons (animated), Fox, 1995. Reverend Findley, "Revelations," The X-Files, Fox, 1995. Tony Van Camp, "Till Death Do Us Part," High Incident, ABC, 1996. Leo Greene, Promised Land (also known as Home of the Brave), CBS, 1996 and 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Secretary of State John Hay, Rough Riders (known as Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders), TNT, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: Sergeant Major Frank Bougus, "Pilot," Space: Above and Beyond, Fox, 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, January 31, 1997, p. 38.*

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Career: Actor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Glenn Gallagher, Days of Our Lives, NBC, 1986-87.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Sergeant Chris Lorenzo, SilkStalkings, USA Network, 1991-96. Kyle McBride, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1996—. Television Appearances; Movies: Beach, Student Exchange, ABC, 1987. Martin Andersen, Lady against the Odds, NBC, 1992. Mike Hammer, Come Die with Me: A Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer Mystery, CBS, 1994. Erik Eriksen,/A Loss of Innocence (also known as On the Plain Road), ABC, 1996. Billy Stone, Sweet Temptation (also known as Sweet Mouthful), CBS, 1996.

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1992 (divorced, 1994); children: (with Carey Salley) Taylor, Paloma. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor, screenwriter, and director. CREDITS

PERSONAL

Film Appearances: (Film debut) Extra, Apocalypse Now, United Artists, 1979. Johnny Collins, Tex, Buena Vista, 1982. Two-Bit Matthews, The Outsiders, Warner Bros., 1983. J. J. Cooney, "The Bishop of Battle," in Nightmares, Universal, 1983. Otto Maddox, Repo Man, Universal, 1984. Andrew Clark, The Breakfast Club, Universal, 1985. Kirbo, St. Elmo's Fire, Columbia, 1985. Mark Jennings, That Was Then ... This Is Now, Paramount, 1985. Bill Robinson, Maximum Overdrive, Dino De Laurentiis, 1986. John Wisdom, Wisdom, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Bill Reimers, Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1987. William H. Bonney ("Billy the Kid"), Young Guns, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1988. Tow-Truck man, Never on Tuesday, Paramount Home Video, 1989. William H. Bonney ("Billy the Kid"), Young Guns II, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990. James St. James, Men at Work, Triumph, 1990. Alex Furlong, Freejack, Warner Bros., 1992. Gordon Bombay, The Mighty Ducks, Buena Vista, 1992. Frank Wyatt, Judgment Night, Universal, 1993. Bill Reimers, Another Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1993. Jack Colt, National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1, New Line Cinema, 1993. Gordon Bombay, D2: The Mighty Ducks, Buena Vista, 1994. Gordon Bombay, D3: The Mighty Ducks, Buena Vista, 1996. (Uncredited) Electronics whiz, Mission: Impossible, Paramount, 1996. Jeremy Collier, The War at Home, Buena Vista, 1996.

Born May 12,1962, in New York, NY; son of Martin (an actor; original surname, Estevez) and Janet Sheen; brother of Ramon Estevez (an actor) and Charlie Sheen (an actor); former companion of Carey Salley (a model); married Paula Abdul (a singer), April 29,

Film Work: Director, Wisdom, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Director, Men at Work, Triumph, 1990. Executive producer, The Jerky Boys, Buena Vista, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic: College student, 21 lump Street, 1989. Curly, "A Good Day to Die," The Young Riders, 1989. Me/rose Place, Fox, 1992. Sam Tower, Mel rose Place, Fox, 1993. Television Director: Episodic: Director of the episodes "Jasmine/' "Head 'n' Tail," and "Champagne on Ice," all Silk Stalkings, USA Network. Other Television Appearances: Billy, "Have You Tried Talking to Patty?" (special), CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1986. Perfect People, 1988. Thunderboat Row, 1989. Adam, Close to Danger, 1997. Film Appearances: Corey, Uninvited, Heritage, 1988. Peter Baldwin, Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge, Fries, 1989. Ryan Cassidy, Trapper County War, 1989. Checkered Flag, 1990. Doyle, Aces: Iron Eagle III, 1992. Halfway House, 1992.*

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Producer and director, The War at Home, Buena Vista, 1996. Also executive producer, National Lampoon's Family Dies. Television Appearances; Movies: To Climb a Mountain, 1981. Danny Caldwell, In the Custody of Strangers, ABC, 1982. A young Dr. Alexander Brown, Nightbreaker (also known as Advance to Ground Zero), TNT, 1989. Also appeared in Making the Grade. Television Appearances; Specials: "Seventeen Going on Nowhere," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1980. Funny, You Don't Look 200, 1987. Earth Day at Walt Disney World, Disney Channel, 1996.

(a movie sound technician), September 20, 1997; children: (with second wife) Anthony Eric, Brandon Michael Paul. Education: Musical Dramatic Academy, NY. Religion: Roman Catholic. Ethnicity: "Hispanic." Avocational interests: Dancing, working around the house. Addresses: Manager—The Sterling/Winters Company, 1900 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 1640, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor. Began his acting career in New York City Mayor John Lindsay's Cultural Program, performing in the City's parks; appeared in music videos for music groups, including "Infected" for Bad Religion, and "Pepper" for Butthole Surfers; also has appeared in television commercials for Taco Bell and Head & Shoulders shampoo. CREDITS

Stage Appearances: Appeared in theatrical productions, including Echoes of an Era, Santa Monica High School, CA; and Mister Roberts, Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, FL. WRITINGS Screenplays: That Was Then ... This Is Now (based on the novel of the same title by S. E. Hinton), Paramount, 1985. Wisdom, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Men at Work, Triumph, 1990. Other Writings: Author of the play Echoes ofan Era, produced at Santa Monica High School, CA. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Film, March, 1985, p. 42. Entertainment Weekly, November 29,1996, pp. 63-64. Nuestro, October, 1985, p. 12. People Weekly, February 28, 1983, p. 63. Seventeen, July, 1985, p. 49. Teen/July, 1985, p. 41.*

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Full name, Henry Enrique Estrada; born March 16, 1949, in New York, NY; married Nanette Mirkovich

Television Appearances; Series: Officer Frank Tonch" Poncherello, CHIPS, NBC, 1977-83. Dos Mujeres, Un Cam/no (title means "Two Women, One Road"), [Mexico], Univision, 1993. Co-host, Petersen's American Adventurer, syndicated, 1998-. Television Appearances; Movies: Hard Day at Blue Nose, ABC, 1974. Frank, Fire!, NBC, 1977. Honeyboy, NBC, 1982. Carmine D'Agostino, The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission (also known as Dirty Dozen IV), NBC, 1988. Jimmy Alvarez, She Knows Too Much, NBC, 1989. Duke, Earth Angel, ABC, 1991. Gonzales, Extralarge: Cannonball, 1991. Ethan Walker, Panic in the Skies!, The Family Channel, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1979. Women Who Kate a 10, NBC, 1981. Grandpa, Will You Run with Me, NBC, 1983. Himself, Cristina Presents: Latin Lovers of the 90s, syndicated, 1994. Also appeared on aVH1 special covering the 1970s. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Engaged to Be Buried," Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 1973. ''Once a Lion," Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law, ABC, 1973.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Man in a Trap/' Mannix, CBS, 1975. "Close Cover Before Killing/' Kojak, CBS, 1975. "Legacy of Terror/7 The Night Stalker, ABC, 1975. "The Deadly Test/' Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1975. "Target—Mexican Syndicate/' ]oe Forrester, NBC, 1975. "Don't Feed the Pigeons," Po//ce Woman, NBC, 1975. "The High Cost of Winning," Medical Center, CBS, 1975. "Shadow of Guilt," Barnaby ]ones, CBS, 1976. "Dead Man Out," Baretta, ABC, 1976. "The Longest Drive," The Quest, NBC, 1976. "One Little Indian," Delvecchio, CBS, 1977. "The Big Deal," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. True Confessions, syndicated, 1986. Sgt. Bradley Navarro, "City of Passion," Hunter, NBC, 1987. "Where There's a Will," LA. Law, NBC, 1993. Interviewee, Space Chost Coast to Coast, Cartoon Network, 1994. Officer Antonio Ruiz, "Self Defense," The Cosby Mysteries, 1994. Crash Kramer, "Who Killed the Motor Car Maverick?," Burke's Law, 1994. Himself, "Kindervelt Days," The Nanny, CBS, 1995. Prison guard, "How Can I Call You My Ex-husbands If You Won't Go?," Cybill, CBS, 1995. Pedro, "Alice Doesn't Pump Here Anymore," High Society, CBS, 1995. Tracey Takes On. . ., HBO, 1996. Latino Laugh Festival, Showtime, 1996. Himself, The Wayans Brothers, The WB, 1996. Himself, Unhappily Ever After, The WB, 1996. Himself, "Sabrina Gets Her License" (two episodes), Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, ABC, 1997. Himself, "Through the Ringers," Pauly, Fox, 1997. Mr. Dork, "Fantasy Mr. Roarke," Homeboys in Outer Space, UPN, 1997. Himself, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1997. Himself, Viva Variety, Comedy Central, 1997. Captain Huntington, "Search and Rescue," Baywatch, syndicated, 1997. Himself, The Conan O'Brien Show, NBC, 1997. Also appeared on The Tonight Show, Dinah!, The Mike Douglas Show, The Merv Griffin Show, Hollywood Squares, Celebrity Name That Tune, Easter Seal Telethon, and The Bay City Rollers Meet the Saturday Superstars.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Mitchell and Woods, NBC, 1981. Host, Interceptor, syndicated, 1989.

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Film Appearances:

(Film debut) Nicky Cruz, The Cross and the Switchblade, Ross, 1967. Cactus Flower, Columbia, 1969. John and Mary, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Jailbreakin', Video Gems, 1972. Sergio, The New Centurions, Columbia, 1972. Julio, Airport '75, Universal, 1974. Midway (also known as The Battle of Midway), Universal, 1976. Chucho, Trackdown, United Artists, 1976. Chico, The Line, 1980. Where Is Parsifal?, 1983. Lightblast, Live Entertainment, 1985. Ronn Warren, A Colpi di Luce, 1985. Corleone gangster, // Pent/to, 1986. Martin Fierro, Hour of the Assassin, Concorde, 1987. Andy and the Airwave Rangers (also known as Andy Colby's Incredible Adventure), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1988. The Lost Idol, SGE Home Video, 1989. Dr. Stone, Alien Seed, Action International Pictures Home Video, 1989. Victor, Cagecf Fury, 21 st Century, 1990. Machado, A Show of Force, Paramount, 1990. Joseph Gainer, Night of the Wilding, MCEG/Virgin Home Entertainment, 1990. Jack of Diamonds, Guns, RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video, 1990. Father Anthony V\cc\, Spirits, Vidmark Entertainment, 1990. Commander Gage, Twisted Justice, Seymour Borde,

1990. Richard Estaban, Do or Die, Malibu Bay Films, 1991. Johnny, The Last Riders, PM Home Video, 1991. Monsignor, The Divine Enforcer (also known as Deadly Avenger and The Confessional), Prism Entertainment, 1992. The Sounds of Silence, 1992. The Naked Truth, 1992. Johnny Ventura, Angel Eyes, Atlantic Home Video, 1993. Himself, National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon I, New Line, 1993. Himself, Boiler Room, LF Productions, 1993. Gang justice, AIP Home Video, 1994. The Final Goal, Bullseye Video, 1995. Also appeared in O//Ver Twisted. Film Work: Associate producer, Alien Seed, Action International Pictures Home Video, 1989. Associate producer (with others), Caged Fury, 21st Century, 1990.

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Stage Appearances: Austin, True West, Cherry Lane Theatre, NY, 1984. Game host, Wheel of Fortune, Branson, MO, 1997. Major Tours: Crease, U.S. cities, 1998. RECORDINGS Computer Software: You Don't Know Jack, Volume II, Berkeley Systems, 1996. WRITINGS (With Davin Seay) Erik Estrada: My Road from Harlem to Hollywood (autobiography), Morrow (New York City), 1997. SIDELIGHTS Among his favorite roles is Nicky Cruz in The Cross and the Switchblade. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, October 4,1996, p. 76; April 25, 1997, p. 59. People Weekly, March 15, 1993, p. 97.

EVERETT, Chad 1937PERSONAL Original name, Raymond Lee Cramton; born June 11, 1937, in South Bend, IN; son of Harry Clyde ('Ted'') and Virdeen Ruth (Hopper) Cramton; married Brenda Lee Thompson (an actress and writer; professional name, Shelby Grant), May 22, 1966; children: Katherine Kerrie, Shannon Kimberly (an actress). Education: Wayne State University, B.A., mass communications, 1960; studied acting with Eugene Baker and De Leonard Leone. Politics: Republican. Religion: Christian. Avocational interests: Golf, tennis, poetry, carpentry, painting, meditation, horseback riding, fishing, sailing. Addresses: Agent—Artists Group, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2490, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

Career: Actor. Has appeared in television commercials and infomercials. Former member of a dramatic group sponsored by the U.S. State Department to tour India. Member of Los Angeles Police Department Memorial Foundation; host of Michelob Chad Everett Tennis Tournament for Special Children; also host of an American Cancer Society golf tournament and spokesperson for Project Orbis and for multiple sclerosis publicity efforts. Military service: U.S. Naval Reserve, 1956-63. Member: American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Muscular Dystrophy Association (vice president, beginning in 1971), Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Don Quixote Award (Spain), best actor, 1972; Gold Medal, favorite actor, Photoplay magazine; Golden Globe Award, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, for Medical Center; received star on Hollywood Walk of Fame. CREDITS Film Appearances: Linn Varner, Claudelle Inglish (also known as Young and Eager), Warner Bros., 1961. Bob Jensen, The Chapman Report, Warner Bros./ Darryl F. Zanuck, 1962. Young man, Rome Adventure (also known as Lovers Must Learn), Warner Bros., 1962. Gary, Get Yourself a College Girl, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1964. Robert Gerarde, The Singing Nun, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1966. Ted Barclay, Made in Paris, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1966. Johnny, johnny Tiger, Universal, 1966. Lot McGuire, The Last Challenge (also known as The Pistolero of Red River), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Jack Connell, First to Fight, Warner Bros., 1967. Richard Merrick, The Impossible Years, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Journey into Midnight, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. The Firechasers, RFD, 1970. Simon Kurtz, A/rp/ane//: The Sequel (also known as Flying High II), Paramount, 1982. The Dutchman, Fever Pitch, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1985. Zack Duncan, Heroes Stand Alone (also known as Duncan's Dodgers), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Detective Sergeant Joe DaVonzo, The Jigsaw Murders, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 1989. Dawson, Hard to Forget, Alliance Communications, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Deputy Del Stark, The Dakotas, ABC, 1963. Dr. Joe Gannon, Medical Center, CBS, 1969-76. Paul Hagen, Hagen, CBS, 1980. Wyatt Earp III, The Roasters, NBC, 1983. Jack McKenna, McKenna, ABC, 1994-95. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Captain Maxwell Mercy, Centennial, NBC, 1978-79. Harold Columbine, The French Atlantic Affair, ABC, 1979. Art Bonnell, Malibu, ABC, 1983. Television Appearances; Movies: Return of the Cunfighter (also known as Wyatt), 1967. Vincent Halloran, In the Glitter Palace, NBC, 1977. Charles Beaufort, Mistress of Paradise, ABC, 1981. Jake Nevins, The Intruder Within (also known as The Lucifer Rig), ABC, 1981. Voice, Ultraman: The Adventure Begins, syndicated, 1987. General Kenneth Spalding, Official Denial, Sci-Fi Channel, 1993. Walter Kelly, When Time Expires, The Movie Channel, 1997. Also appeared \n]ourneytothe Unknown [England]. Television Appearances; Pilots: Ben Bishop, Thunder Boat Row (movie-length), ABC, 1989. Commander Shade Ridnaur, Star Command, UPN, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: 'The Kahuna Curtain/' Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1960. "The College Paper/' 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1961. "The Rival Eye Caper/' 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1961. "The Son," Lawman, ABC, 1961. "Point Zero," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1961. "Ride the Whirlwind," Bronco, ABC, 1962. "The Artful Deceit," Surfside 6, ABC, 1962. "The Diplomatic Caper," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1962. "The Four-Cornered Triangle," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1962. "A Man Called Ragan," Cheyenne, ABC, 1962. "Rx. Cricket," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1962. "Neutral Corner," Surfside 6, ABC, 1962.

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"Koto Kate," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1962. "Papa-San," Redigo, NBC, 1963. "Come Home, Greta Inger Gruenschaffen,"Route 66, CBS, 1963. "Man with an Edge," The Lieutenant, NBC, 1964. "First Kill," Branded, NBC, 1965. "Beneath the Ashes," Combat, ABC, 1965. "The J for Judas Affair," Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1967. "The Hero," The FBI, ABC, 1968. "Poor Butterfly," Journey to the Unknown, ABC, 1969. "And Be My Love," Ironside, NBC, 1969. "Day of Terror, Night of Fear," Po//ce Story, NBC, 1978. "Egypt," The Love Boat, ABC, 1986. Kevin Keats, "Obituary for a Dead Anchor," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. "Mixed Emotions," Hotel, ABC, 1987. "Till Death Duel Us Part," The Highwayman, NBC, 1988. Detective Lieutenant Redick, "The Fixer-Upper," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Clark Blanchard, "Terminal Connection," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. Martin Eraser, "The Big Kill," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1993. Himself, Nurses, NBC, 1993. David Whittier, Sr., "Morning Has Broken," Cybill, CBS, 1995. David Whittier, Sr., "Zing," Cybill, CBS, 1995. "Physician: Murder Thyself," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1996. Armstrong Waters, Kirk (also known as Life Happens), TheWB, 1996. Reverend Daniel Brewer, "Crisis of Faith," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. King Cassidy, "Caroline and Richard and Julia," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1997. King Cassidy, "Caroline and the Wayward Husband," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1997. Dr. Vernon, Pacific Palisades (also known as Brentwood), Fox, 1997. Tom Youngerman, "Old Boyfriends/'/ust Shoot Me, NBC, 1997. Thomas Sterling, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1998. Also appeared in Shades of LA. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, It Takes a Lot of Love, ABC, 1976. Battle of the Network Stars VIII, ABC, 1980. Battle of the Network Stars XV, ABC, 1983.

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Periodicals: People, October 17, 1994, p. 95. TV Guide, August 10, 1996, p. 16.

EVERETT, Rupert 1959PERSONAL Born May 29, 1959, in Norfolk, England. Education: Attended the Ampleforth Central School for Speech and Drama; also trained for the stage at the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. Addresses: Home—Paris, France. Agent— International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.

Jigsaw, 1990. Colin, The Comfort of Strangers (also known as Cortesie per gli Ospiti), Skouras, 1991. Sasha, Inside Monkey Zetterland, IRS Releasing, 1993. Shooting Angels (also known as Strelyayuschie Angely), Alexintrade Establishment/Komanda, 1993. Francesco Dellamorte, Cemetery Man (also known as Cemetery '95, Of Death, Of Love, and Dellamorte De//amore), October Films, 1994. The Prince of Wales, The Madness of King George (also known as The Madness of George III), The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1994. Jack Lowenthal, Ready to Wear (also known as Preta-Porter), Miramax, 1994. Remembrance of Things Fast: True Stories Visual Lies, Channel four, 1994. Rutledge, Dunstan Checks In, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. George Downes, My Best Friend's Wedding, Columbia/TriStar, 1997.

Career: Actor and writer. Also worked as a model. Awards, Honors: Golden Apple Award, male discovery of the year, 1997; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture, 1998, for My Best Friend's Wedding. CREDITS Film Appearances: Jerome Weathersby, A Shocking Accident (short film), 1982. Guy Bennett, Another Country, Orion Classics, 1984. Tim, Real Life, Bedford, 1984. David Blakely, Dance with a Stranger, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Constantine Kassanis, Duet for One, Cannon, 1986. Bayardo San Roman, Chronicle of a Death Foretold (also known as Cronaca di una Morte Annunciata), Istituto Luce-ltalnoleggio Cinematografico, 1987. David Lattes, C// Occhiali cf'oro (also known as The Gold Spectacles and The Gold Rimmed Glasses), D.M.V., 1987. James Colt and performer of song "In My Heart/7 'The Other Side," and "Tainted Love," Hearts of Fire, Lorimar, 1987. Harry Ironminister, The Right-Hand Man, New World, 1987. Haunted Summer, 1988. Assuerus, also known as Horace Walop, Tolerance [France], 1989.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ram Valensky, Princess Daisy, NBC, 1983. George Garforth, The Far Pavilions (also known as Blade of Steel), HBO, 1984. Television Appearances; Movies: Lancelot, Arthur the King (also known as Merlin and the Sword), CBS, 1985. Stage Appearances: Guy Bennett, Another Country, Queen's Theatre, London, England, 1982. Nicky Lancaster, The Vortex, University of California, Los Angeles, James A. Doolittle Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1990. Robin, Some Sunny Day, Hampstead Theatre, London, England, 1996. WRITINGS Novels: Hello Darling, Are You Working?, W. Morrow, 1992. The Hairdressers of St. Tropez, 1994. Also wrote the novel Gu/7t without Sex: A Jewish Bestseller. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Premiere (Great Britain), September, 1997, pp. 8283.

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EVERHART, Angle 1969PERSONAL Born September 6, 1969, in Akron, OH; daughter of Bobby and Ginnie Everhart; married Ashley Hamilton (an actor), December 1,1996 (divorced, March, 1997). Addresses: Agent—Writers and Artists Agency, 924 Westwood Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90024. Career: Actress. Also worked as a model, appeared in magazines includingSeventeen, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, and Clamour; appeared in television commercials for Pantene shampoo, Diet Dr. Pepper, and Schick razors. CREDITS Film Appearances: Video babe, Last Action Hero, Columbia, 1993. Patrice Jacinto,/acfe, Paramount, 1995.

EVERHART • 135 Gabriel la, Mad Dog Time (also known as Trigger Happy), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. Lilith, Tales from the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood, Universal, 1996. Lea, Another 9-1/2 Weeks (also known as 9-1/2 Weeks: Love in Paris, September, and 9-1/2 Weeks //), Trimark, 1997. What's He Cot, 1998. The Gardener, 1998. Death Do Us Part, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Herself, Ink, CBS, 1996. Chloe, "36! 24! 36! Dick!/' Third Rock from the Sun, NBC, 1998. Other Television Appearances: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Special: Class of'95, NBC, 1995. Lacey, Executive Target (movie), HBO, 1997. Judge, The 77th Annual Miss America Pageant (special), 1997.*

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FARLEIGH, Lynn 1942PERSONAL Born May 3, 1942, in Bristol, England; daughter of Joseph Sydney and Marjorie Norah (Clark) Farleigh; married Michael Jayston (an actor; divorced). Education: Attended Guildhall School of Music and Dramatic Art, London, England. Avocational interests: Tennis, swimming, gardening, and "gallery going/' Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Clarence Derwent Award, 1975, for A Room with a View. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Under Milkwood, Playhouse, Salisbury, England, 1962. (New York debut) Ruth, The Homecoming, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1967. (London debut) Helena, All's Well that Ends Well, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1968. Amanda, The Relapse, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, London, 1968. Portia, Julius Caesar, Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1968. Blim at School, Royal Court Theatre, London, 1969. PoetoftheAnemonies, Royal Court Theatre, 1969. Simone, The Friends, Round House Theatre, London, 1970. Beatrice Justice, Exiles, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1970. Monique Combes, Suzanna Andler, Aldwych Theatre, 1973. Anne, Ashes, Open Space Theatre, London, 1974. Jennifer Dubedat, The Doctor's Dilemma, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1975.

Beryl, Sex and Kinship in a Savage Society, Theatre Upstairs, London, 1975. Charlotte, A Room with a View, Prospect Theatre Company, London, 1975. Viola, Twelfth Night, St. George's Theatre, Islington, 1976. Lady Anne, Richard III, St. George's Theatre, 1976. Anwar, The /Ascent of Mount Fuji, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1977. Almost Free, Hampstead Theatre, 1977. Elizabeth, 5overe/gnty under Elizabeth, Hampstead Theatre, 1977. Agnes, Brand, Olivier Theatre, London, 1978. Mrs. Forsythe, Shout Across the River, Royal Shakespeare Company, Warehouse Theatre, London, 1978. Jane, The Hang of the Gaol, Royal Shakespeare Company, Warehouse Theatre, 1978. Margaret, Close of Play, Lyttleton Theatre, 1979. Simone, The Workshop, Oxford Playhouse, 1980, then Hampstead Theatre, London, 1981. Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible, Comedy Theatre, London, 1981. Harvest, Ambassadors Theatre, London, 1981. Giant's wife, jack and the Beanstalk, Theatre Royal, Stratford Festival, 1982. Mrs. Alving, Ghosts, Shaw Theatre, London, 1984. The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife!, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London, 1984. Hermonie, Winter's Tale, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1985. Chorus, Medea, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, 1986. Titiana, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, London, 1987. Dame Overdo, Bartholomew Fair, Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, 1987. Helga, M Butterfly, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, then Shaftesbury Theatre, London, 1989. Amy, Forget-Me-Not-Lane, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1990.

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Simone Engle, Black Angel, King's Head, London, 1990. Virgilia, Coriolanus, English Shakespeare Company, Aidwych Theatre, 1991. Hermione, The Winter's Tale, English Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1991. Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, English Shakespeare Company, Royalty Theatre, London, 1992. Juno, The Tempest, English Shakespeare Company, Royalty Theatre, 1992. Mrs. Garnsey, Inadmissible Evidence, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1993. Stenographer, Nurse, and Matron, Machinal, Lyttelton Theatre, 1993. Mrs. Bunting, The Lodger, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, 1996.

Also appeared in The Rivals, Eyeless in Gaza, Fall of Eagles, Brand, Fothergill, Waving to a Train, Dearly Beloved, and Let's Run Away to Africa.

Major Tours: The Workshop, England, 1980. Lady Chatterley's Lover, 1983. Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible, European tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company, 1985.

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Film Appearances: (Film debut) Janet, Three into Two Won't Go, Universal, 1968. Voice of cat, Watership Down, Avco Embassy, 1978. Lydia Lawrence, Coming Through, The Video Catalog, 1985. Ms. Thornton, FairyTale: A True Story, Paramount, 1997. Also appeared in A Phoenix Too Frequent and Voices. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Adele, The Strauss Family, ABC, 1973. Cakes and Ale, BBC, 1975. Valerie Hughs, The Word, CBS, 1978. Vivien Ashton, Wish Me Luck, LWT, 1988. Mrs. Philips, Pride and Prejudice (also known as/ane /Austen's Pride and Prejudice), Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Eleanor, The Guardians, 1971. Mary, Finney, 1994. Television Appearances; Movies: Helena, All's Well That Ends Well, 1968. Heather, High Noon, 1977. Mrs. Fialova, Escape, 1988. Rachel, Heartland, 1989. Mrs. Thompson, The Ice House, BBC, 1997.

Television Appearances; Specials: Octavia, "Antony and Cleopatra/' The Shakespeare Plays, Showtime, 1981. Helene Weigel, "Tales from Hollywood/'/Amer/can Playhouse, PBS, 1992.*

FEDERKIEWICZ, Stefania See POWERS, Stefanie

FELL, Norman 1924-

Born March 24, 1924, in Philadelphia, PA; married Dianne Weiss (divorced, 1973); married second wife (divorced); married; wife's name, Karen; children: (second marriage) two daughters; (third marriage) two stepchildren. Education: Attended Temple University; studied acting with Stella Adler. Addresses: Office—4335 Marina City Dr., Marina del Rey, CA90292. Career: Actor. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Actors, Actors Studio. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, best actor in a supporting role in a television series, 1979, for Three's Company. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Mike the cabbie, ]oe and Mabel, CBS, 1956. Detective Meyer Meyer, 87th Precinct, NBC, 196162. Sergeant Charles Wilentz, Dan August, ABC, 197071. Nathan Davidson, Needles and Pins, NBC, 1973. Stanley Roper,Three's Company, ABC, 1977-79. Stanley Roper, The Ropers, ABC, 1979-80. Ben Cooper, Teachers Only, NBC, 1983. Television Appearances; Movies: Gay lord Grebb, The Hanged Man, 1964.

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Three's a Crowd, 1969. Pat Dillon, The Heist, ABC, 1972. Cody, Death Stalk, NBC, 1975. Melvin Leonard, Thursday's Game, 1974. Mr. Brockelman, Richie Brockelman: The Missing 24 Hours, NBC, 1976. For the Love of It, 1980. Moviola: This Year's Blonde (also known as The Secret Love of Marilyn Monroe), NBC, 1980. Uncommon Valor, 1983. The Jesse Owens Story, Operation Prime Time, 1984. The Naked Truth, Cinemax, 1993. Grandpa, "Family Reunion: A Relative Nightmare/' The ABC Family Movie, ABC, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Smitty, Rich Man, Poor Man, ABC, 1976. Bernie Raymond, Roots: The Next Generation, ABC, 1979. Television Appearances; Episodic: Reiner, "The Rusty Heller Story/' The Untouchables, ABC, 1959. The Tom Ewell Show, CBS, 1960. Mark Slate, "The Moonglow Affair/' The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1966. "All the Streets Are Silent/' The F.B.I., ABC, 1965. "I'd Rather Twitch than Fight," Bewitched, ABC, 1966. Jeremiah Ratch, "The Night of the Whirring Death," The Wild, Wild West, CBS, 1966. "The Medarra Block," / Spy, NBC, 1967. "The Mercenary," The F.B.I., ABC, 1968. "The Catalyst," The F.B.I., ABC, 1969. Juror, "The Thrill Killers," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972. "In This Corner, Jamie Sommers," The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1976. "Angels in Paradise," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1977. Vince Shackman, "Dead Heat," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Dr. Radelan, "The Doctors," Matlock, NBC, 1986. David Albertson, "Solo Flight," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1987. Lieutenant Rupp, "Just Another Fish Story," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Pete Cosgrove, "Dog Day Afternoon Morning and Night," Hooperman, ABC, 1989. Dave, The Boys, CBS, 1989. Fred Van Winkle, "Fred Van Winkle," The Super Mar/o Bros. Super Show!, 1989. Ted Bull, "Texas Tea," The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Retirement home buddy, "If I Didn't Play Football," First and Ten: In Your Face! (also known as 1st and Ten: In Your Face and 1st & Ten: In Your Face/), HBO, 1990. The Ben St///er Show, Fox, 1992. Himself, "The Panic in Neil's Park," Flying Blind, Fox, 1993. Landlord, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1994. Himself, The Naked Truth (also known as Wilde Again), NBC, 1997. Also appeared in episodes of Crazy like a Fox, CBS, It's Carry Shandling's Show, Fox; Matt Houston, ABC, and Simon and Simon, CBS. Television Appearances; Pilots: Dave, Showtime, 1989. Film Appearances: Sergeant Hill (some sources say Sergeant Coleman), Pork Chop Hill, United Artists, 1959. Peter Breimer, Ocean's Eleven, Warner Bros., 1960. Phone repairman, Rat Race, Paramount, 1960. Radio announcer, Inherit the Wind, United Artists, 1960. Detective, It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, Casey, 1963. PT109, Warner Bros., 1963. Quick, before It Melts, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1964. Mickey, The Killers, Revue, 1964. Mr. McCleery, The Graduate, Embassy, 1967. Oberblatz, Fitzwilly (also known as Fitzwilly Strikes Back), United Artists, 1967. Mr. Donford, The Young Runaways, 1968. Sergeant Max Winkler, Sergeant Ryker (also known as The Case against Paul Ryker, The Case against Sergeant Ryker, and Torn between Two Values), Universal, 1968. Captain Stanley, The Secret War of Henry Frigg, Universal, 1968. Captain Baker, Bullitt, Warner Bros/Seven Arts, 1968. Harve Blakely, If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium, United Artists, 1969. Sergeant Towser, Catch-22, Paramount, 1970. Max, The Boatniks, Buena Vista, 1970. Les Daniels, The Stone Killer, Columbia, 1973. Mr. Garfinkle, Charley Varrick, Universal, 1973. ,B\\\,Airport 1975, Universal, 1974. Stanley, Cleopatra /ones and the Casino of Gold, Warner Bros., 1975. Segoynia's Father, Rabbit Test, Avco-Embassy, 1978. Dr. Samuel Krugman, The End, United Artists, 1978. Jack McGuire, Crunch (also known as The Kinky Coaches and the Pom Pom Pussycats), American International Pictures, 1981.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Larry, Paternity, Paramount, 1981. The mayor, On the Right Track, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1981. Mac Turner, Transylvania 6-5000, New World, 1985. Ray, Stripped to Kill, Concorde, 1987. C.H.U.D. Il-Budthe Chud, Vestron, 1989. Shepard, The Boneyard, Prism Entertainment, 1991. Sam Schiff, For the Boys, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Narrator, With Friends Like These . . ., Arista Films, 1991. Herschel Levine, Hexed, Columbia, 1993. Beach House, Sullivan Park Pictures International/ Cinequanon Pictures, 1995. Daryl, The Destiny of Marty Fine, Alpine Pictures International, 1996. Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Murder at 1600 (also known as Murder at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue), Warner Bros., 1997. Stage Appearances: Made stage debut in Bonds of Interest, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City. Also appeared in summer stock productions.*

FONDA, Peter 1940(?)PERSONAL Full name Peter Seymour Fonda; born February 23, 1940 (some sources say 1939), in New York, NY; son of Henry Jaynes (an actor) and Frances Sophia (a financier; maiden name, Seymour) Fonda; brother of Jane Fonda (an actress); married Susan Jane Brewer, October 8, 1961 (divorced, April, 1974); married Portia Rebecca "Becky" Crockett (a writer), 1976; children: (first marriage) Bridget (an actress), Justin; (second marriage) Thomas. Education: University of Omaha, 1957-60. Addresses: Office—Indian Hills Ranch, Route 38G Box 2040, Livingston, MT 59047. Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA90212. Career: Actor, director, writer, and producer. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1961-62; Academy Award nomination, best screenplay, 1970,

FONDA • 139 for Easy Rider; Academy Award nomination, best actor, Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actor in a dramatic motion picture, Independent Spirit Award, best male lead, and New York Film Critics Circle Award, best actor, all 1998, for Ulee's Cold. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Dr. Mark Cheswick, Tammy and the Doctor, Universal, 1963. Weaver, The Victors, Columbia, 1963. Steven Evshevsky, Lilith, Columbia, 1964. Eddie Slocum, The Young Lovers, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1964. The Rounders, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1965. Heavenly Blues, The Wild Angels, American International, 1966. Paul Groves, The Trip, American International, 1967. Baron Wilhelm, Spirits of the Dead (also known as Tales of Mystery, Histoires Extraordinaires, and Tre Passe Nel Delirio), American International, 1968. Wyatt (Captain America), Easy Rider, Columbia, 1969. Young sheriff, The Last Movie (also known as Chinchero),C\C, 1971. Harry Collings, The Hired Hand, Universal, 1971. Evan Bonner, Two People, Universal, 1973. Not So Easy—Motorcycle Safety, 1973. Larry Rayder, Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Ken, Open Season, Columbia, 1974. Tom Skelton, 92 in the Shade, United Artists, 1975. Roger March, Race with the Devil, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Mike Bradley, The Diamond Mercenaries, 1975. Bradley, Killer Force, American International, 1975. Chuck Browning, Futureworld, American International, 1976. Tom Hunter, Fighting Mad, 1976. Bobby Ogden and song performer, Outlaw Blues, Warner Bros., 1977. Himself, Roger Corman: Hollywood's Wild Angel, 1978. Rane, High-Ballin', American International, 1978. Beaudray Demerille, Wane/a Nevada, United Artists, 1979. Chief biker, The Cannonball Run, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Kirklander, Split Image, Orion, 1982. Mr. Frieden, Peppermint-Frieden, 1983. Dr. Tom Brasilian, Spasms (also known as Death Bite), Producers Distributors, 1983.

140 • FONDA Harry Bediker, Dance of the Dwarfs (also known as Jungle Heat) Dove and Panache, 1983. Gonzy Traumerai, All Right, My Friend (also known as Daijoobu, Mai Furrendo), Toho, 1983. Old Money, 1985. Rodney, Certain Fury, New World, 1985. Virelli, Mercenary Fighters (also known as Freedom Fighter), Cannon, 1987. Hawken, Hawken's Breed, Image Entertainment, 1987. Herbert Schluter, The Rose Garden, Cannon, 1989. Ken Andrews, Fata/ Mission, Media Home Entertainment, 1990. Nick, Family Express, 1991. Jake, South Beach, Prism Entertainment, 1992. Warren Gates: /Across the Border, 1993. Larry Stanton, Molly and Gina, A-Pix Entertainment, 1994. Pete, Deadfall, Trimark, 1993. Motorcycle rider, Bodies, Rest and Motion, Fine Line, 1993. Dracula/Dr. Van Helsing, Nadja, October Films, 1994. Vergil Cheatham, Love and a .45, Trimark, 1994. Himself, At Sundance (documentary; also known as The Sundance Documentary), The Shooting Gallery, 1995. Ray the cook, Painted Hero (also known as Shadow of the Past), Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1996. Pipeline, Escape from LA. (also known as ]ohn Carpenter's Escape from L.A.), Paramount, 1996. Voice of Guru Dave, Grace of My Heart, Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Ulee Jackson, Wee's Gold, Orion, 1997. Also appeared in Family Spirit and Reckless. Film Work: Producer, Easy Rider, Columbia, 1969. Producer and director, The Hired Hand, Universal, 1971. Director, Idaho Transfer (also known as Deranged), Cinemation, 1974. Director, Wanda Nevada, United Artists, 1979. Producer, Old Money, 1985. Television Appearances; Movies: Mike Graham, The Hostage Tower, CBS, 1980. Gus Stewart, A Reason to Live, NBC, 1985. House, Don't Look Back, HBO, 1996. The Passion ofAyn Rand, Showtime, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Leo, A Time of Indifference, 1988.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Appearances; Specials: Morley, Carol for Another Christmas, 1964. The Return of the Smothers Brothers, 1970. Performer, Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1977. We/come Home, HBO, 1987. Sgt. Pepper: It Was Twenty Years Ago Today, PBS, 1987. Unauthorized Biography: Jane Fonda, syndicated, 1988. National Basketball Players Association Awards, 1989. "Dennis Hopper/' Crazy about the Mo vies, Cinemax, 1991. Himself, Fonda on Fonda, TNT, 1992. Narration, Blue Water Hunters (documentary), PBS, 1992. Host, Harley-Davidson: The American Motorcycle, TBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: 'The Night the Saints Lost Their Halos," Naked City, ABC, 1962. "Thousands and Thousands of Miles/' The New Breed, ABC, 1962. Orly French, "The Orly French Story/' Wagon Train, ABC, 1962. "The Brother Killers/' The Defenders, CBS, 1963. "An Abelisk for Benny/' Channing, ABC, 1963. "A Circle of Strangers," Arrest and Trial, ABC, 1964. "The Return of Verge Likens," Alfred Hitchcock Hour, NBC, 1964. "The Sound of Distant Thunder," 12 O'clock High, ABC, 1964. "Politicians Can Become a Habit," Insight, syndicated, 1967. "Certain Honorable Men," On Stage, NBC, 1968. Interviewee, "Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero" Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Also appeared in Sound and Montana. Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Lead, The Co/den Fleece, Omaha Community Playhouse, Omaha, NE, 1960. (New York debut) Private Oglethorpe, Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole, Morosco Theatre, 1961. Lead, Under the Yum Yum Tree, Mineola Playhouse, New York City, 1962, then Louisville, KY, 1963. WRITINGS Screenplays: Easy Rider, Columbia, 1969. (With Alan Sharp) The Hired Hand, Universal, 1971. Fatal Mission, 1990.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 OTHER SOURCES Books: Brough, James, Fabulous Fondas, McKay, 1970. Collier, Peter, The Fondas: A Hollywood Dynasty, Putnam, 1991. Contemporary Authors, Volume 112, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1985. Springer, John, The Fondas, Citadel Press, 1970. Periodicals: Harper's Bazaar, June, 1997, p. 148. Interview, June, 1997, pp. 113-114. Miami Herald, June 27, 1997. Papermag, June, 1997. Premiere, July, 1997, pp. 39-42.*

FONTANA, Tom 1951PERSONAL Full name, Thomas Michael Fontana; born September 12,1951; son of Charles Louis (in sales) and Marie Angelica (a hospital unit coordinator; maiden name, Internicola) Fontana; married Sagan Lewis (an actress), December 18, 1982. Education: State University College at Buffalo, B.A. (theatre), 1973. Religion: Roman Catholic. Addresses: Office—Fatima Productions, P.O. Box 1207, New York, NY 10011. Career: Writer and producer. Writers Theatre, New York City, playwright in residence, 1975-90; Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, playwright in residence, 1978-80. Member: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Dramatists Guild, Writers Guild of America West, Authors League of America, American Writers Theatre Foundation (member of the board of directors, 1975-90.) Awards, Honors: Peabody Award, 1983; Humanitas Prize from the Los Angeles Human Family Institute, 1984 and 1985; Emmy Awards, outstanding writing for a drama series, 1984 and 1986, Emmy Award nominations, outstanding drama series, 1984, 1985, 1986,1987, and 1988, and outstanding writing for a drama series, 1985,1987, and 1988, Golden Award from New York International Film and Television Festival, and People's Choice Award, all for St. Else-

FONTANA • 141 where; Christopher Award, National Association of Catholic Broadcasters, 1986; Maggie Award, Planned Parenthood Association, 1986; Distinguished Alumnus Award, State University at Buffalo, 1987; Writers Guild Awards, 1987, forSt. Elsewhere, and 1993 and 1995 for Homicide: Life on the Street; Hall of Fame, Canisius High School, 1991; Peabody Awards, 1993, 1996, and 1998, all for Homicide: Life on the Street; Emmy Award, outstanding writing for a drama series, 1993, for Homicide: Life on the Street; Founders Award, Viewers for Quality Television, 1995; Best Drama Series, Viewers for Quality Television, 1996; Television Critics Association Awards, best drama series, 1996 and 1997, and program of the year, 1996, all for Homicide: Life on the Street; CableACE Award, best drama series, 1998, for Oz; Honorary doctorate of letters, State University College at Buffalo, 1998. CREDITS Television Executive Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted; Series: Producer, St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982-88. Tattinger's, NBC, 1988-89. Nick and Hillary, NBC, 1989. Home Fires, NBC, 1991-92. Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as H: LOTS and Homicide), NBC, 1993-. Oz, HBO, 1997-. WRITINGS Teleplays; Series: St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1982-88. Tattinger's, NBC, 1988-89. Nick and Hillary, NBC, 1989. Home Fires, NBC, 1991-92. Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as H: LOTS and Homicide), NBC, 1993—. Oz, HBO, 1997—. Teleplays; Specials: The Fourth Wiseman, ABC, 1985. Stage Plays: Johnny Appleseed: A Noh Play (one-act play), Studio Arena, Buffalo, NY, 1970. This Is on Me: Dorothy Parker (two-act adaptation), American Contemporary Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1971, later Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1979. An Awfully Big Adventure: An Entertainment (twoact play), Writers Theatre, New York City, 1975.

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One/Potato/More, Direct Theatre, New York City, 1975. Nonsense/, Writers Theatre, New York City, 1977. The Underlings (two-act play), Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1978, then Writers Theatre, 1979, later Williamstown Theatre Festival, 1980, then Eisenhower College, Elmira, NY, 1981, later Studio Arena, Buffalo, NY, 1982, then Thomas More College, KY, 1983, later Friends Theatre Company, New York City, 1984. The Overcoat; or Clothes Make the Man (two-act adaptation from a short story by Nikolay Gogol), Will iamstown Theatre Festival, 1978, later Writers Theatre, 1981. Old Fashioned, Chelsea Theatre Center, New York City, 1979, then Linwood Summer Theatre, Linwood, NY, 1980, later Colonnades Theatre Lab, New York City, 1981. The Spectre Bridegroom, Will iamstown Theatre Festival, 1981. Movin' Mountains (two-act play), McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1981, then Writers Theatre, 1982. Mime (one-act play), One Act Theatre, San Francisco, CA, I982, then One Act Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1983. Imaginary Lovers (one-act play), American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, 1982, then One Act Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1983, later Writers Theatre, 1984. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 130, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1990. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, July 11, 1997, p. 36. New York, }u\y 14, 1997, p. 38.

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Born Gwyllin Samuel Newton Ford, May 1, 1916, Sainte-Christine, Quebec, Canada; raised in Santa Monica, CA; son of Newton (a railroad executive) and Hannah Ford; married Eleanor Powell (a tap dancer and actress), October 23, 1943 (divorced, 1959); married Kathryn Hays, March 27, 1966; married Cynthia Hayward, March 27, 1977; married Jeanne Baus, March 5,1993; children: (first marriage) Peter Newton (an actor).

Addresses: Contact—c/o 911 Oxford Way, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps, then U.S. Navy, 1942-45; also served as Navy Reserve Captain, Vietnam War. Awards, Honors: Number One Box Office Star in America, Motion Picture Herald-Fame Poll, 1958; Golden Globe Award, best motion picture actor in a musical or comedy, 1962, for Pocketful of Miracles; inducted into the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Western Heritage Museum, 1978. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Joe, Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939. Barney, My Son Is Guilty, Columbia, 1939. Jim Brent, Convicted Woman, Columbia, 1940. Steve Burton, Babies for Sale, Columbia, 1940. Charlie, Blondie Plays Cupid, Columbia, 1940. Johnny Adams, Men without Souls, Columbia, 1940. Pierre Morestan, The Lady in Question (also known as It Happened in Paris), Columbia, 1940. Ludwig Kern, So Ends Our Night, United Artists, 1941. Tod Ramsey, Texas, Columbia, 1941. Tex Miller, Go West, Young Lady, Columbia, 1941. Danny Doyle, Flight Lieutenant, Columbia, 1942. Martin Eden, The Adventures of Martin Eden, Columbia, 1942. Cheyenne Rogers, The Desperadoes, Columbia, 1943. Mickey Donohue, Destroyer, Columbia, 1943. Himself, Show Business at War (also known as The March of Time, Volume IX, Issue 10), 1943. Johnny Farrell, Gilda, Columbia, 1946. John Montgomery, Gallant Journey, Columbia, 1946. Bill Emerson, A Stolen Life, Warner Bros., 1946. Mike Lambert, Framed (also known as Paula), Columbia, 1947. Doug Andrews, The Mating of Millie, Columbia, 1948. Professor Bassett, The Return of October, Columbia, 1948. Don Jose, The Loves of Carmen, Columbia, 1948. Colonel Owen Devereaux, The Man from Colorado, Columbia, 1948. Frank Warren, The Undercover Man, Columbia, 1949. Jacob "Dutch" Walz, Lust for Gold (also known as For Those Who Dare), Columbia, 1949.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Dr. Michael Corday, The Doctor and the Girl, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1949. Joe Miracle, Mr. Soft Touch (also known as The House of Settlement), Columbia, 1949. Commander Bill Talbot, The Flying Missile, Columbia, 1950. Martin Ordway, The White Tower, RKO Radio Pictures, 1950. Gil Kyle, The Redhead and the Cowboy, Paramount, 1950. Joe Hufford, Convicted (also known as One Way Out), Columbia, 1950. Ben Hogan, Follow the Sun, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1951. Jim Canfield, The Secret of Convict Lake, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1951. Michael Blake, The Green Clove, United Artists, 1951. Maxwell Webster, Young Man with Ideas, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1952. Steve Emery, Affair in Trinidad, Columbia, 1952. John Stroud, The Man from the Alamo, Universal, 1953. Peter Lyncourt, Terror on a Train (also known as Time Bomb), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953. Al Colby, Plunder of the Sun, Warner Bros., 1953. Dave Bannion, The Big Heat, Columbia, 1953. Steve Corbett, Appointment in Honduras, RKO Radio Pictures, 1953. Jeff Warren, Human Desire, Columbia, 1954. Sam Dent, The Americano, RKO Radio Pictures, 1955. John Parrish, The Violent Men (also known as Rough Company), Columbia, 1955. Dr. Thomas King, Interrupted Melody, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1955. Richard Dadier, Blackboard]ungle, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1955. David Blake, Trial, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1955. Jubal Troop, ]ubal, Columbia, 1955. David G. Stannard, Ransom, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. George Temple, The Fastest Gun Alive, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Captain Fisby, The Teahouse of the August Moon, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Lieutenant Max Siegel, Don't Go Near the Water, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1957. Ben Wade, 3:10 to Yuma, Columbia, 1957. Master Sergeant Murphy Savage, Imitation General, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. Tom Reece, Cowboy, Columbia, 1958. Jason Sweet, The Sheepman, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958.

FORD • 143 Lieutenant Commander Barney Doyle, Torpedo Run, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. Sergeant Joe Fitzpatrick, It Started with a Kiss, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1959. Elliot Nash, The Gazebo, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1959. Julio Desnoyers, The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1961. Yancey Cravat, Cimarron, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1961. Dave "The Dude" Conway, Pocketful of Miracles, United Artists, 1961. Andy Cyphers, Cry for Happy, Columbia, 1961. John "Rip" Ripley, Experiment in Terror, Columbia, 1962. John Davis, Love Is a Ball, United Artists, 1963. Tom Corbett, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1963. Sam McBane, Fate Is the Hunter, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1964. Captain Jared Heath, Advance to the Rear, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1964. Harry Mork, Dear Heart, Warner Bros., 1965. Ben Jones, The Rounders, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1965. Reuben, Rage, Columbia, 1966. General Omar N. Bradley, Is Paris Burning? (also known as Paris Brule-t-il?)f Paramount, 1966. Marshal Dan Blaine, The Last Challenge, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Major Charles Walcott, A Time for Killing, Columbia, 1967. Joe Baron, The Money Trap, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Lome Warfield, The Day of the Evil Gun, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Jim Killian, Heaven with a Gun, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1969. Title role, Sm/th/, Buena Vista, 1969. Title role, Santee!, Crown, 1973. Rear Admiral Raymond A. Spruance, Midway (also known as The Battle of Midway), Universal 1976. Goodbye and Amen, 1978. Jonathan Kent, Superman, Warner Bros., 1978. Richardson, Virus (also known as Day of Resurrection and Fukkatsu No Hi), Media Entertainment, 1980. Officer Dunham, The Visitor (also known as // Vi Sitatore), International Picture, 1980. Christakis, Day of the Assassin, Prism Entertainment, 1981. Dr. David Faraday, Happy Birthday to Me, Columbia, 1981. General Williams, Casablanca Express, Try Ion Video, 1988.

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Sheriff John Danaher, Border Shootout, Turner Home Entertainment, 1990. Captain Gavin, Raw Nerve, American International Pictures, 1991. Himself, Our Hollywood Education (documentary), E-Motion Films, 1992. Film Work: Associate producer, Pocketful of Miracles, United Artists, 1961. Television Appearances; Series: Sheriff Sam Cade, Cade's County, CBS, 1971-72. Narrator, Friends of Man, syndicated, 1973-74. Reverend Tom Holvak, The Family Holvak, NBC, 1975-77. George Caldwell, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976-77. Narrator, When Havoc Struck, syndicated, 1978. Television Appearances; Movies: Andrew Patterson, The Brotherhood of the Bell, CBS, 1970. Sam Jarrett, ]arrett, NBC, 1973. Reverend Holvak, The Greatest Gift, NBC, 1974. Punch and]ody, NBC, 1975. The Disappearance of Flight 412, NBC, 1975. Dvorak/Staveck, The 3,000 Mile Chase, NBC, 1977. The Last of the Mohicans, NBC, 1977. Billy Devlin, The Gift, CBS, 1979. David Donnelly, Beggarman, Thief, NBC, 1979. Tom Sunday, The Sacketts, NBC, 1979. Reverend Lowell Rogers, The Final Verdict, TNT, 1991. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Major Caldwell, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976. Television Appearances; Episodic: Host, "The Rage of Silence, "The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1963. "No Margin for Error/' Po//ce Story, NBC, 1978. The Story of Hollywood, TNT, 1988. Television Appearances; Specials: Narrator, America, 1971. Evening in Byzantium, OPT, 1978. Host, When the West Was Fun, ABC, 1979. Sinatra—The First 40 Years, 1980. Amos, "My Town/' Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1986. The /2th Annual Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1987. William Holden: The Golden Boy, Cinemax, 1989. Rita Hayworth: Dancing into the Dream, Cinemax, 1991.

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FORSTER, Robert 1941PERSONAL Original name, Robert Wallace Foster Jr.; born July 13, 1941, in Rochester, NY; son of Robert Wallace and Grace Dorothy (Montanarella) Foster; married Marlene, 1964 (divorced, 1965); married June Provenzano, 1966 (divorced, 1974); married Zivia, 1978 (divorced 1980); children: (first marriage) Robert; (second marriage) Elizabeth, Kathrine (an actress), Maeghen. Education: Attended Heidelberg College, 1959; attended Alfred University, 1960-61; University of Rochester, B.A., 1963. Addresses:/Agent—Twentieth Century Artists, 15315 Magnolia Blvd., Suite 429, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403. Career: Actor. Also worked as a door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesperson. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best supporting actor, 1998, for Jackie Brown. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Buddy, Come Blow Your Horn, Rochester Community Theatre, Rochester, NY, 1963. Frankie, Mrs. Dally Has a Lover, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1965.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Stanley, Streetcar Named Desire, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1973. Also appeared in The Big Knife, The Glass Menagerie, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Sea Horse, and Twelve Angry Men. Film Appearances: Private Williams, Reflections in a Co/den Eye, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1967. Nick Tana, The Stalking Moon, National General, 1969. John Cassellis, Medium Cool, Paramount, 1969. Narouz, Justine, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Run Shadow Run (also known as Cover Me Babe), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Gregory Lind, Pieces of Dreams, United Artists, 1970. Frank, Journey through Rosebud, Cinerama, 1972. Frank, The Don Is Dead (also known as Beautiful But Deadly and The Deadly Kiss), Universal, 1973. Glen Wilson, Stunts (also known as Who Is Killing the Stuntmen?), New Line Cinema, 1977. NickThorne, Avalanche, New World, 1978. Captain Dan Holland, The Black Hole, Buena Vista, 1979. The Lady in Red (also known as Guns, Sin and Bathtub Gin), New World, 1979. Linda (also known as Captive Women, Naked Super Witches of the Rio Amore, Orgy of the Nymphomaniacs, Die Nackten Superhexen vom Rio Amore, and Org/a de N/nfomanas), Gold Internacional/Lisa Films Produktion Rapid Film/ Plata Films, 1980. Detective David Madison, Alligator, Group 1,1980. Alan Arnoldi, Crunch (also known as The Kinky Coaches and the Pom Pom Pussycats), American International Pictures, 1981. Eddie Marino, Vigilante (also known as Street Gang), Film Ventures, 1982. Jason Walk, Walking the Edge (also known as The Hard Way), Empire, 1983. Harry, Hollywood Harry (also known as Harry's Kingdom and Harry's Machine), Shapiro, 1985. Abdul, The Delta Force (also known as Mahatz HaDe/ta), Canon, 1986. Escuadron, [Spain], 1987. Dr. Desmond Moore, Committed, World Wide Entertainment, 1988. First gentleman, Tank Mailing, 1989. Sergeant Dan Jefferson, The Banker, Westwind, 1989. Madero, Esmeralda Bay (also known as La Bah/a Esmeralda), United Int.Pic.Cia, 1989. Yates, Peacemaker, Fries Entertainment, 1990.

FORSTER • 145 In Between (also known as Bardo), 1991. Stonebridge, Diplomatic Immunity, Fries Home Video, 1991. Sergeant Tartaglia, 29th Street, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1991. Lou Cherney, Satan's Princess, Paramount Home Video, 1991. Dr. Powell, Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence, Academy, 1993. Detective Ted Coleman, South Beach, Prism Entertainment, 1993. Therapist, Cover Story, Arrow Home Video, 1994. Bob Sibley, Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III (also known as Body Chemistry 3 and Body Chemistry III: Point of Seduction), New Horizons Home Video, 1994. American Yakuza (also known as Yakuza), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995. Captain Jack Bitters, Scanner Cop II: Volkin's Revenge (also known as Scanner Cop II, Scanner Cop 2, Scanner Cop Two, and Scanners: The Showdown), Republic Pictures, 1995. Uncle Sam, Solomon International Pictures, 1996. Michael Donahue, Hindsight, Bruder Releasing, 1996. Detective Slatten, Original Cangstas (also known as Hot City and War Zone), Orion, 1996. Jake, American Perfekt, American Perfekt Productions, 1997. Max Cherry, Jackie Brown (also known as Rum Punch), Miramax, 1997. Supernova, United Artists, 1998. Outside Ozona, 1998. Great Sex, 1999. Also appeared in Bridge of Silence and Heat from /Another Sun. Film Work: Director and producer, Hollywood Harry (also known as Harry's Kingdom and Harry's Machine), Shapiro, 1985. Television Appearances; Series: Miles C. Banyon, Banyon, NBC, 1972-73. Deputy Nakia Parker, Nakia, ABC, 1974-75. Gumshoe, Once a Hero, ABC, 1987. Television Appearances; Movies: Eric Benoit, The Death Squad, 1974. Lieutenant Matt Lewis, The City, 1977. Luke Shasta, Standing Tall, 1978. The clone and Professor Paul Corwin, The Darker Side of Terror, 1978.

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Commander Jeff Selkirk, Goliath Awaits, 1981. The dictator, Counterforce, syndicated, 1991. Charles Galbis, In the Shadow of a Killer (also known as An Eye for an Eye), NBC, 1992. Sid, Sex, Love and Cold Hard Cash, USA Network, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Royce, Royce, 1976. Television Appearances; Episodic: Gilbert Gaston, "The Perfect Foil," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Lane Tillman, Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996. Guest, Dennis Miller Live, HBO, 1998. Also appeared in Magnum, P.L, CBS; and Po//ce Story, NBC and ABC. Television Appearances; Pilots: Miles C. Banyon, Banyon, NBC, 1971. Nakia Parker, Nakia, ABC, 1974. Also appeared in Checkered Flag and Mickie & F rankle. *

FOSTER, Meg 1948PERSONAL Born May 10, 1948, in Reading, PA (some sources say in Connecticut). Education: Studied acting at Neighborhood Playhouse, New York City. Addresses:/Agent—Judy Schoen and Associates, 606 North Larchmont Blvd., Suite 309, Los Angeles, CA 90004-1309. Career: Actress. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. CREDITS Film Appearances: Joyce, Adam at 6 A.M., National General, 1970. The Todd Killings (also known as A Dangerous Friend and Skipper), National General, 1971. Chay, Thumb Tripping, Avco-Embassy, 1972. Robbin Stanley, Tender Flesh (also known as We/come to /Arrow Beach), Warner Bros., 1976.

Stella Cooke,/A Different Story, Avco-Embassy, 1978. Once in Paris, Leigh McLaughlin, 1978. Gerta, Carny, United Artists, 1980. Ingrid, Ticket to Heaven, United Artists, 1981. Ali Tanner, The Osterman Weekend, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Jean Markham, The Emerald Forest, Embassy, 1985. Riding Fast, Transcontinental Pictures Industries, 1986. Evil Lyn, Masters of the Universe, Cannon, 1987. Sian Anderson, The Wind, Omega, 1987. Holly, They Live, Universal, 1988. Lynn Devereaux, Blind Fury, TriStar, 1989. Martin, Leviathan, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989. Carol Dietz, Relentless, New Line, 1989. Carol Grayland, Stepfather 2: Make Room for Daddy, Millimeter, 1989. Amanda Faberson, Jezebel's Kiss, RCA/Columbia, 1990. Julia, Tripwire, 1990. Gerta Hermann, Diplomatic Immunity, Fries Home Video, 1991. Nancy, Futurekick, New Horizons Home Video, 1991. Sarah, Project: Shadowchaser, Prism Entertainment, 1992. Carol Dietz, Relentless 2: Dead On, 1992. Sue, Best of the Best 2, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993. Maureen Dietz, Hidden Fears, Prism Entertainment, 1993. Stell Barr, Oblivion, R.S. Entertainment, 1993. Quinn, Resort to Kill (also known as Immortal Combat), A-Pix Entertainment, 1994. Big Moe,Shrunken Heads, Full Moon Entertainment, 1994. Stell Barr, Backlash: Oblivion 2, Full Moon Home Video, 1995. Ex-Madame, Lady in Waiting (also known as Hollywood Madam), Atlantic Group Films, 1995. Mrs. V., Undercover (also known as Undercover Heat), A-Pix Entertainment, 1995. Laura Seaton, The Killers Within, 1995. Television Appearances; Series: Nora, Sunshine, NBC, 1975. Detective Chris Cagney, Cagney and Lacey, CBS, 1982. District Attorney Deb Grant, The Trials of Rosie O'Ne/7/, CBS, 1990-91. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Jennie Jamison, Washington: Behind Closed Doors, ABC, 1977.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Hester Prynne, The Scarlet Letter, PBS, 1979. City Attorney Leslie Carlson, To Catch a Killer, CTV, 1992. Television Appearances; Movies: Alice, The Death of Me Yet, ABC, 1971. Nora, Sunshine, CBS, 1973. Judy Pines, Things in Their Season, CBS, 1974. Marjorie Sherman, Promise Him Anything. .., ABC, 1975. Dizzy Sheridan, James Dean (also known as The Legend), NBC, 1976. Nora, Sunshine Christmas, NBC, 1977. Katrina Van Tassel, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, ^NBC, 1980. Jean Ritchie, Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (also known as The Mad Messiah), CBS, 1980. Joanna Walcott, Desperate Intruder, syndicated, 1983. Shari Mitchell, Best Kept Secrets, ABC, 1984. Dorymai, Desperate, ABC, 1987. Sara Rudnik, Back Stab, syndicated, 1991. Commodore Lasser, Space Marines, Showtime, 1996. Ellen, Deep Family Secrets (also known as Dark Family Secrets: The Dawna Kay Wells Story), CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Two Worlds/' Here Come the Brides, ABC, 1970. "Who Are the Keepers, Who Are the Inmates?" Mod Squad, ABC, 1970. "Eyes of the Beholder," The Interns, CBS, 1970. "Hostage," Men at Law, CBS, 1971. "The Silent Killers," Bonanza, NBC, 1971. "Bullet for a Hero," Dan August, ABC, 1971. Medical Center, NBC, 1972. "At the Cradle Foot," Ghost Story, NBC, 1972. "Gallows in the Wind," The Sixth Sense, ABC, 1972. "A Game of Shadows," Mannix, CBS, 1972. Nina, "The Child Stealers," Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 1973. "Spare Parts," Circle of Fear, NBC, 1973. "Murder at Malibu," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1973. Linda Morrow, "Come Watch Me Die," Cannon, CBS, 1973. "Web of Intrigue," Medical Center, CBS, 1974. "Gold Record for Murder," Barnaby /ones, CBS, 1974. "The Animal," The FBI, ABC, 1974. "Blueprint for a Caper," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1974. "Straight on Till Morning," Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1974. "Ragtime Billy Peaches," Baretta, ABC, 1975. Nancy Elizabeth Mellon, "Trail of Terror," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975.

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"Short Fuse," Bronk, CBS, 1975. Three for the Road, CBS, 1975. "Count the Days I'm Gone," Baretta, ABC, 1975. Anne Waring, "Double Exposure," Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 1976. "Pressure Point," Police Story, NBC, 1977. Del Scott, "Joshua Peabody Died Here,"Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. "Dreams for Sale," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. "Contempt of Court," Miami Vice, NBC, 1987. "Blood and Roses," Miami Vice, NBC, 1988. "Trust Me," The Cosby Show, NBC, 1988. "The Martyr," The Hitchhiker, USA Network, 1989. "Wait until Midnight," Midnight Caller, NBC, 1989. Laura Fuller, "Trilogy: Part I," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1989. ER, NBC, 1994. Georgia Appleton, "Target: Millennium," Fortune Hunter, Fox, 1994. Athena Greco, "The Kidnapping," Mr. and Mrs. Smith, CBS, 1996. Onaya, "The Muse," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, syndicated, 1996. Other Television Appearances: Julia, Betrayal of Silence, 1989. Stage Appearances: Extremities, Los Angeles Public Theatre, Los Angeles, 1983. Olga, The Three Sisters, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles, 1986. Strong Man's Weak Child, Los Angeles Theatre Center, 1989.*

FOX, Edward 1937PERSONAL Born April 13, 1937, in London, England; son of Robin (a theatrical agent) and Angela Muriel Darita Fox; brother of James Fox (an actor); married Tracy Pelissier (also known as Tracy Reed, an actress), 1958 (divorced, 1961); second wife, Joanna David (an actress); children: (first marriage) one daughter; (second marriage) one daughter, one son. Education: Attended Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Avocational interests: Piano. Addresses: /Agent—Michael Whitehall, 125 Gloucester Rd., London SW7 4TE, England.

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Career: Actor. Military service: British national service, 1956-58. Member: Savile Club. Awards, Honors: Best supporting actor award, Society of Film and Television Arts, 1971, for The GoBetween; BAFTA Award, best supporting actor, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 1977, for A Bridge Too Far; BAFTA Award, best actor, TV Times Top 10 Award, Television Award, British Broadcasting Press Guild, and Performance Award, Royal Television Society, all 1978, for Edward and Mrs. Simpson. CREDITS Film Appearances: Stewart, The Mind Benders, American International, 1963. The Servant, 1964. FBI Code 98, 1964. Prisoner number three, The Frozen Dead, Warner Bros., 1967. Walter, I'll Never Forget What's 'is Name, Universal, 1967. Lieutenant Sprague, The]okers, Universal, 1967. Hardwicke, The Long Duel, Rank-Lippert/Paramount, 1967. Ritchie Jackson, The Naked Runner, Warner Bros., 1967. Journey into Midnight, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Pilot Officer Archie, The Battle of Britain, United Artists, 1969. Aide, Oh! What a Lovely War, Paramount, 1969. Bruce Spofford, Skullduggery, Universal, 1970. Hugh Trimingham, The Go-Between, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/EMI/Columbia, 1971. "The Jackal," The Day of the Jackal, Universal, 1973. Nils Krogstad, A Doll's House, World Film Services, 1973. Cardinal Inquisitor, Galileo (also known as Galileo Gelilei), American Film Theatre, 1975. Lieutenant General Brian Horrocks,/A Bridge Too Far, United Artists, 1977. Colonel Reynard, The Duellists, Paramount, 1977. Foreman, The Squeeze, Warner Bros., 1977. Joe Brody, The Big Sleep, United Artists, 1978. Sergeant "Milly" Miller, Force 10 from Navarone, American International, 1978. Hendricks, The Cat and the Canary, Cinema Shares, 1979. Colonel Rafelli, Soldier of Orange (also known as Soldaat van Oranje and Survival Run), Rank/International Picture Show, 1979.

Inspector Craddock, The Mirror Crack'd, Associated Film Distributors, 1980. A.T.A.C. man, Nighthawks, Universal, 1981. General Dyer, Gandhi, Columbia, 1982. Oxenby, The Dresser, Columbia, 1983. M, Never Say Never Again (also known as Warhead), Warner Bros., 1983. Captain Greetham, The Bounty, Orion, 1984. (Uncredited) A Passage to India, Columbia, 1984. Lord Gilbert Harlip, The Shooting Party, European Classics, 1985. Alex Faulkner, Wild Geese II, Universal, 1985. Major Benford, Return to the River Kwai, 1989. Monk Scott, They Never Slept, 1990. Magnus's father, A Feast at Midnight, Beyond Films, 1995. Major Paul Winslow,/A Month by the Lake, Miramax, 1995. King Arthus, Prince Valiant (also known as Pr/nz Eisenherz), Paramount, 1997. Businessman, Lost in Space, New Line Cinema, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Captain Harthouse, "Hard Times/' Great Performances, PBS, 1977. Edward VIII, Edward and Mrs. Simpson, PBS, 1978. Lord Francis George Farewell,S/7a/ca Zulu, Fox, 1987. Metternich, The Strauss Dynasty, 1991. General Limtoc, Gulliver's Travels, NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Mauser, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (also known as Anastasia: The Story of Anna), NBC, 1986. Lord Harry Wrotham,/\ Hazard of Hearts, CBS, 1987. Alistair Ross, The Crueller of Blood, TNT, 1991. Prince John, Robin Hood (also known as The Adventure of Robin Hood), Fox, 1991. Archie Balmerino, September (also known as Rosamunde Pllcher's "September"), Showtime, 1996. Markham, Forbidden Territory: Stanley's Search for Livingstone, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Portrait of a Lady, 1958. The Bachelors, 1968. The Case of the Rat Man, 1972. The Darkwater Hall Mystery, 1974. Loyalties, 1975. Centre PI ay, 1975. "Shooting the Chandelier/' Great Performances, PBS, 1978. The Voysey Inheritance, 1979.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 St. John Quartermaine, Quartermaine's Terms, PBS, 1987. Also appeared in 5/gn of the Bounty, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, and The Girl of My Dreams. Other Television Appearances: Olive, 1970. A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1971. Bermondsey, 1972. The School for Scandal, 1974. Sam, The Black Knight, 1977. Stage Appearances: Faulkland, The Rivals, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, England, 1971. Curly, Knuckle, Comedy Theatre, London, 1974. lago, Othello, New Shakespeare Company, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London, 1976. Harry, Lord Monchensey, The Family Reunion, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, then Round House Theatre, London, later Vaudeville Theatre, London, all 1979. /Anyone for Denis, Whitehall Theatre, London, 1981. Quartermaine's Terms, Queen's Theatre, London, 1981. Hamlet, Young Vic Theatre, 1982. The Dance of Death, 1983. Interpreters, Queen's Theatre, 1985. Let Us Co Then, You and I, Lyric Theatre, 1987. The Admirable Crichton, Haymarket Theatre, 1988. Another Love Story, Leicester Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, England, 1990. Philip, The Philanthropist, Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1991. Father, Comedy Theatre, 1995. Stage Director: Another Love Story, Leicester Haymarket Theatre, 1990.*

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sons, one daughter. Education: Attended Harrow School and Central School of Speech and Drama, London. A vocational interests: Tennis, windsurfing. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, Oxford House, 76 Oxford St., W1N OAX, England. Career: Actor. British national service, 1959-61; evangelist, 1970-79. CREDITS Film Appearances; Billed as William Fox: Johnny Brent, The Magnet, General Films Distributors, 1950. Toby Miniver, The Miniver Story, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1950. The Secret Partner (also known as The Street Partner), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1961. She /A/ways Gets Their Man, United Artists, 1962. Goodwin, What Every Woman Wants, United Artists, 1962. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (also known as Rebel with a Cause), Continental Distributing, 1962. Film Appearances; Billed as James Fox: Tony, The Servant, Landau, 1964. Oliver, Tamahine, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1964. Flight Lieutenant Peter Marlow, King Rat, Columbia, 1965. Richard Mays, Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours and 11 Minutes, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965. Jason "Jake" Rogers, The Chase, Columbia, 1966. Jimmy Smith, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Universal, 1967. Stefane, Duffy, Columbia, 1968. Gordon Craig, Isadora (also known as The JLoves of Isadora), Universal, 1968. Giorgio, Arabella (also known as Ragazza del Charleston), Universal, 1969. Chas, Performance, Warner Bros., 1970. Alan Richards, No Longer Alone, World Wide, 1978. Tom, Runners, Hanstall, 1983. Lord Esker, Greystofce: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, Warner Bros., 1984. Richard Fielding, A Passage to India, Columbia, 1984. Victor d'And re, Pavlova—A Woman for All Time (also known as Anna Pavlova and The Divine Anna), Poseidon, 1985. Henley of Mayfai^Afaso/uteBeg/nners, Orion, 1986.

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Norfolk, Comrades, Film Four International, 1986. Patrick, High Season, Hemdale Releasing, 1987. Lord, The Whistle Blower, Hemdale Releasing, 1987. Hugh Ambrose, She's Been A way, BBC Films, 1989. Elgin, The Mighty Quinn (also known as Finding Mawbee), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989. Colonel Ferguson, Farewell to the King, Orion, 1989. Ned, The Russia House, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1990. Frank, Afraid of the Dark, Fine Line, 1991. William, Lord Holmes, Patriot Carries, Paramount, 1992. Jacques, As You Like It, Sands Films, 1992. Lord Darlington, The Remains of the Day, Columbia, 1993. Hugo Paynter, Hostage, Skouras, 1993. Arthur Trevane, Never Ever (also known as The Circle of Passion), Trimark, 1996. Karenin,/4nna Karenina (also known as Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina"), Warner Bros., 1997. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Waldorf Astor, Nancy Astor, PBS, 1984. Single gentleman, The Old Curiosity Shop, The Disney Channel, 1995. Hugh Cavendish, The Choir, BBC, 1995. Dr. Bates, Gulliver's Travels, NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Mansfield Markham, Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun, CBS, 1988. Robert Harris, Sun Child, ITV, 1988. Foster, Never Come Back, BBC, 1989. Gosse, Heart of Darkness, TNT, 1994. Sir James Whittington, Doomsday Gun, HBO, 1994. Also appeared in The Door, Farewell to the King, Country, New World, and Love Is Old, Love Is New.

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FREEMAN, AI, Jr. 1934PERSONAL Full name, Albert Cornelius Freeman Jr.; born March 21,1934, in San Antonio, TX; son of Albert Cornelius (a jazz pianist) and Lottie Brisette (Coleman) Freeman; married Sevara E. Clemon, January 8, 1960 (separated, c. 1986). Education: Attended Los Angeles City College, 1951 and 1954-57, and University of Massachusetts at Amherst; trained for the stage with Jeff Corey, Harold Clifton, and Frank Silvera. Avocational interests: Golf, tennis, woodworking, boating, playing the keyboard. Addresses: Home—Lottie B., a sailboat. Office—College of Fine Arts, Howard University, Washington, DC 20059. Career: Actor, director, producer, and screenwriter. Artist-in-residence, instructor, and acting chairperson of theatre arts at Howard University, College of Fine Arts. Military service: U.S. Air Force, 1951-54. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award nomination, 1970, for My Sweet Charlie; Emmy Award, best actor in a daytime drama series, 1979, for One Life to Live; Russwurm Award; Golden Gate Award. CREDITS

Other Television Appearances: Sir Anthony Blunt, "A Question of Attribution" (special), Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1992. Ridley, Fall from Grace, [France], 1994. Stage Appearances: Mikhail Lvovich Astrov, Uncle Vanya, Circle in the Square Theatre Uptown, New York City, 1995. WRITINGS Comeback: An Actor's Direction 1983.

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Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Detective Story, Ebony Showcase, Los Angeles, 1954. (Broadway debut) Rex "Fishbelly" Tucker, The Long Dream, Ambassador Theatre, 1960. Silky Satin, Kicks and Co., Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1961. Dan Morris, Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1962. Reverend Ridgley Washington, Trumpets of the Lord, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1963. Member of ensemble, The Living Premise (revue), Premise Theatre, New York City, 1963.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Richard Henry, Blues for Mister Charlie, American National Theatre and Academy Theatre, New York City, 1964. John, Conversation at Midnight, Billy Rose Theatre, New York City, 1964. Walker Vessels, The Slave, St. Mark's Playhouse, New York City, 1964. Eddie Satin, Golden Boy, Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1964. The Toilet, St. Mark's Playhouse, 1964. Clay, Dutchman, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1964, then Warner Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1965. Diomedes, Troilus and Cressida, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1965. (London debut) Richard Henry, Blues for Mister Charlie, Actors Studio Theatre Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1965. Charles Dumaine, All's Well That Ends Well, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1966. Lucio, Measure for Measure, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1966. Kilroy, Cam/no Real, Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1968. Stanley Pollack, The Dozens, Booth Theatre, 1969. Homer Smith, Look to the Lilies, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1970. Paul Robeson, Are You Now or Have You Ever Been. . .?, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1972. Messenger, Medea, Circle in the Square, New York City, 1973. Willy Stepp, The Po/5on Tree, Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT, 1973. Scag, Photographer, Skull, Sheriff, Scarecrow, and Humdrum, The Great Macdaddy, Negro Ensemble Company, St. Mark's Playhouse, 1974. Sweet Talk, New York Shakespeare Festival, Other Stage Theatre, New York City, 1974. T/s Pity She's a Whore, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1974. Dream on Monkey Mountain, Hartford, CT, 1976. Kennedy's Children, Marines Memorial Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1976. Bulldog, One Crack Out, Phoenix Theatre, Marymount Manhattan Theatre, New York City, 1978. Jamie Tyrone, Long Day's journey into Night, Theatre at St. Peter's Church, New York City, 1981. Also appeared in A Soldier's Play. Appeared with Ebony Showcase, Los Angeles, 1954-59.

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Major Tours: A Raisin in the Sun, U.S. cities, 1962.

Stage Work: Director, Time Out of Time, New Federal Theatre, Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, New York City, 1986. Film Appearances: The Clown, 1953. Torpedo Run, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. This Rebel Breed, Warner Bros., 1960. Sniper Ridge, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1961. Taru, Ensign Pulver, Warner Bros., 1964. Intern, The Troublemaker, Janus, 1964. Tom Newcomb, Black Like Me (also known as No Man Walks Alone), Continental, 1964. Clay, Dutchman, Continental, 1966. For Pete's Sake!, World Wide, 1966. Robbie, The Detective, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Howard, Finian's Rainbow, Seven Arts, 1968. Private First Class Alistair Benjamin, Castle Keep, Columbia, 1969. Dennis Laurence, The Lost Man, Universal, 1969. Charles Roberts, My Sweet Charlie, Universal, 1970. Leader,^ Fable (also known as The Slave), MFR, 1971. Co-narrator, Thermidor, Altura, 1971. Danny Larwin, Seven Hours to judgment, Trans World Entertainment, 1988. Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Warner Bros., 1992. Poppa, Once upon a Time . . . When We Were Colored, IRS Releasing, 1996. Film Work: Producer and director, A Fable (also known as The S/ave), MFR, 1971. Director, The Lost Man, Universal, 1969.

Television Appearances; Series: Captain Ed Hall, One Life to Live, ABC, 1972-85. Charles Bingham, Hot / Baltimore, ABC, 1975. Narrator, The American Experience, PBS, 1989.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Damon Lockwood, King, NBC, 1978. Malcolm X, Roots: The Next Generations (also known as Roots II)f ABC, 1979.

Television Appearances; Movies: Charles Roberts, My Sweet Charlie, NBC, 1970. Lieutenant Cooper, Perry Mason Returns, NBC, 1985. Old Johnson Whittaker, Assault at West Point (also known as Conduct Unbecoming: The CourtMartial of Johnson Whittaker), Showtime, 1994.

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Television Appearances; Specials: 'To Be Young, Gifted and Black/' NET Playhouse, National Educational Television (now PBS), 1972. Jerry Hudson, "A Piece of Cake," A Special Treat, NBC, 1977. Richard Henry, "Blues for Mister Charlie" in "James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket," American Masters, PBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: General Electric Theatre, CBS, 1955. "The Good Killing," Adventures in Paradise, ABC, 1961. "A Couple of Dozen Tiny Pills," The Doctors and the Nurses, CBS, 1965. "Nobody Asks What Side You're On," The Defenders, CBS, 1965. "The Right to Kill," For the People, CBS, 1965. "There's a Penguin in My Garden," Mr. Novak, NBC, 1965. "Question: What's a Swan Song for a Sparrow?" Slattery's People, CBS, 1965. "The Blue Steel Suite," Trials of O'Brien, CBS, 1966. "The Enemies," The FBI, ABC, 1968. "View from the Ivory Tower,"Judd, for the Defense, ABC, 1969. "Basis of Need," On Being Black, syndicated, 1969. "Kill Gently, Sweet Jessie," Mocf Squad, ABC, 1972. Maude, CBS, 1974. "The Chicago Conspiracy Trial," Hollywood Television Theatre, PBS, 1975. "A Need to Know," Kojak, CBS, 1976. "Back to the Track, Jack," The Cosby Show, NBC, 1985. Reverend Thayer, "Poison Ivy," Law and Order, NBC, 1990. Police Commissioner Harris, "Partners," Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1994. Police Commissioner Harris, "Cradle to Grave," Homicide: Life on the Street, NBC, 1995. Appeared in episodes of Suspicion, NBC; The Millionaire, CBS; Bourbon Street Beat, ABC; and Day in Court (also known as Accused), ABC. WRITINGS Screenplays: A Fable (also known as The Slave), MFR, 1971. (With Ossie Davis and Ladi Ladebo) Countdown at Kusini, Columbia, 1976. SIDELIGHTS Al Freeman Jr/s favorite roles include Richard Henry in Blues for Mister Charlie.

OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Ebony, March, 1993, p. 84."

FRELICH, Phyllis 1944PERSONAL Born February 29, 1944, in Devil's Lake, ND; daughter of Phillip (a printer) and Esther (maiden name, Dockter) Frelich; married Robert Steinberg (an actor), May 17, 1968; children: Reuben, Joshua. Educat/on:Gallaudet College, B.S., 1967; trained for the stage at the National Theater for the Deaf. Addresses: Office—Craig Agency, 8485 Mel rose Place, Suite E, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actress. Acting teacher, National Theatre of the Deaf, Waterford, CT, 1977-79, 1983; Acting teacher, Rhode Island School for the Deaf, Providence, Rl, 1977-78; Acting teacher, University of Rhode Island, 1978. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award, best actress, Los Angeles DramaLogue Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, all 1980, all for Children of a Lesser Cod; Humanitarian Award, Galludet College, 1980; Rough Rider Award, State of North Dakota, 1981; California's Year of the Handicapped Award, 1980; Los Angeles DramaLogue Award, 1985, for The Hands of Its Enemy; Emmy nomination, outstanding supporting actress, 1986, for "Love Is Never Silent," Hallmark Hall of Fame. Member: Actors Equity Association, National Association for the Deaf. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Lauretta, Gianni Schicci, National Theater of the Deaf, 1967-68. Polly Garter, Songs from Milkwood, ANTA, New York City, 1970. Benjy, The Resurrection of Jackie Cramer, New Dramatists' Workshop, New York City, 1977. Deaf Woman, Poets from the Inside, Public, New York City, 1978.

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Stage Work: Director, Gin Game, New York Deaf Theatre. Film Appearances: Hitz, 1992. Dr. Ginsburg, Santa Fe, Nu Image, 1997.

Television Appearances: The Dick Cavett Show, 1970. Good Morning America, 1980. Tomorrow, 1980. Today, 1980.

Captain Kangaroo, 1980. Major Tours; All with the National Theater of the Deaf: Kasane, The Tale of Kasane, 1967-68. Polly Garter, Songs from Milkwood, 1969-70. Journeys, 1969-70. Marie, Woyzeck, European cities, 1970. Canina, Volpone, 1970. Fonsia Dorsey, The Gin Game, 1979. Sarah, Children of a Lesser God, Spoleto Festival, Italy, 1982.

Night of a Hundred Stars, 1981. Barney Miller, 1981. Gimme a Break, 1985. Sister Sarah, Santa Barbara (series), 1984. Janice Ryder, "Love Is Never Silent," Hallmark Hall of Fame (special), NBC, 1985. The 40th Annual Tony Awards, 1986. The 9th Annual ACE Awards (special), 1988. "The Twilight of Gods/' Mystery! Inspector Morse, Series IX (special), PBS, 1996.*

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GAZZARA, Ben 1930PERSONAL Original name, Biagio Anthony Gazzara; born August 28, 1930, in New York, NY; son of Antonio and Angelina (Cusumano) Gazzara; married Louise Erickson, 1952 (divorced, 1956); married Janice Rule, 1961 (divorced, 1979); married Elke Krivat (some sources say surname is Kriwat or Stuckmah), 1982; children: (second marriage) Elizabeth; (third marriage) Danja. Education: Attended City College of New York; studied acting at Erwin Piscator's dramatic workshop, New School for Social Research, 194849, and the Actors Studio, c. 1951. Addresses: Attorney—Jay Julien, 1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. Career: Actor, director, and screenwriter. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Directors Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Drama Critics Award and Theatre World Award, both 1953, for End as a Man; Emmy Award, outstanding actor in a miniseries or special, 1986, for An Early Frost; three Emmy Award nominations for Run for Your Life; three Antoinette Perry Award nominations. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Micah, Jezebel's Husband, Pocono Playhouse, PA, 1952. Jocko de Paris, End as a Man, Theatre de Lys, later Vanderbilt Theatre, both New York City, 1953.

Day of Grace, Westport, CT, 1953. Brick, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1955. Johnny Pope, A Hatful of Rain, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1955. Joy, The Night Circus, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1958, later produced in 1959. Epitaph for George Dillon, Playhouse in the Park, Philadelphia, PA, 1959. Two for the Seesaw, 1960. Edmund DarrelI, Strange Interlude, Hudson Theatre, New York City, 1963. Gaston, Traveller without Luggage, American National Theatre and Academy, 1964. Erie Smith, Hughie, First Chicago Center, Chicago, IL, later John Golden Theatre, both 1974. Leonard Pelican, Duet, John Golden Theatre, 1974. George, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1976. Eric Dawson, Shimada, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1992. Chinese Coffee, 1994. Also appeared in Dance of Death and Thornhill. Major Tours: Micah, Jezebel's Husband, summer tour, 1952. Film Appearances: Card player, /'// Cry Tomorrow, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1955. Jocko de Paris, The Strange One (also known as End as a Man), Columbia, 1957. Lieutenant Manion, /Anatomy of a Murder (also known as Anatomy of Murder), Columbia, 1959. ]oyful Laughter (also known as Laugh for Joy, The Passionate Thief, and Risate di Cioia), Embassy, 1960. The Young Doctors (also known as No Deadly Machine), United Artists, 1961.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Convicts Four (also known as Reprieve), Allied Artists, 1961. A Rage to Live, United Artists, 1964. Conquered City (also known as The Captive City and La Citta Prigioniera), American International Pictures, 1965. Sergeant Angelo, The Bridge at Remagen, United Artists, 1969. Card player, If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium, United Artists, 1969. Harry, Husbands, Columbia, 1970. Commander Adrian Blake, U.S. Navy, The Neptune Factor (also known as The Neptune Disaster and An Underwater Odyssey), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1973. Al Capone, Capone (also known as Al Capone), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974. Cosmo Vitelli, Killing of a Chinese Bookie (also known as The Killing of a Chinese Bookie), Faces, 1976. Morris Troper, Voyage of the Damned, Avco-Embassy, 1976. Joseph Coppola, Afyon Oppio (also known as The Sicilian Connection), Joseph Green, 1977. Clifford Baumgartner, High Velocity, First Asian, 1977. Manny Victor, the director, Opening Night, Faces, 1977. Rhys Williams, Bloodline (also known as Sidney Sheldon's Bloodline and Blutspur), Paramount, 1979. Jack Flowers, Saint jack, New World, 1979. John Russo, They All Laughed, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1980. Major Frank Hallsworth, Inchon (also known as Inchon! and Oh, Inchon!), Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1981. Tales of Ordinary Madness, Fred Baker, 1981. Dino Romani, The Girl from Trieste (also known as La Ragazza di Trieste), Golden Era, 1982. Uno Scandalo Perbene, [Italy], 1984. Champagne Amer, [France], 1985. II professore, // Camorrista, [Italy], 1985. A Lovely Scandal, 1986. Secret Obsession (also known as Tattooed Memory and La Memo/re Tatoi/ee), 1986. Ben Norrell, Quicker than the Eye (also known as Supertrick), Condor Productions/Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen/Crocodile Productions, 1987. My Dearest Son (also known as Figlio Mio Infinitamente Cam), [Italy], 1987. Don Bosco, [Italy], 1988. Brad Wesley, Road House (also known as Roadhouse), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989.

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Television Appearances; Series: Detective Sergeant Nick Anderson, /Arrest and Trial, ABC, 1963-64. Paul Bryan, Run for Your Life, NBC, 1965-68.

Television Appearances; Movies: Fred, Carol for Another Christmas, ABC, 1964. Doremus Connelly, When Michael Calls (also known as Shattered Silence), ABC, 1972. Fireball Forward, ABC, 1972. Eddie Rico, The Family Rico, CBS, 1972. Steven Graves, Pursuit (also known as Binary), ABC, 1972. Maneater, ABC, 1973. You'll Never See Me Again, 1973. The Death of Richie (also known as Richie), NBC, 1977. Anson "Kip" Roberts, The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald, ABC, 1977. A Question of Honor, CBS, 1982. Porter Holloway,/A Letter to Three Wives, NBC, 1985. Control, HBO, 1987.

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Captain Tom Wright, Police Story: The Freeway Killings, NBC, 1987. Down Payment on Murder, NBC, 1987. Run for Your Life, 1988. Gus Bailey, People Like Us, 1990. Grant Sanders, Lies Before Kisses, 1991. Les Gens d'en Face, 1992. Ira Gold, Blindsided, 1993. Joseph Bonanno, Love, Honor and Obey: The Last Mafia Marriage, NBC, 1993. Papa, Fatal Vows: The Alexandra O'Hara Story, 1994. Charlie Duke, Parallel Lives, Showtime, 1994. Warden, Convict Cowboy, 1995. Strangers, 1995. Jack Lasky, Ladykiller, Showtime, 1996. Frank, Stag, HBO, 1997.

GHOSTLEY, Alice 1928(?)PERSONAL Full name, Alice Margaret Ghostley; born August 14, 1928 (some sources say 1926), in Eve, MO; daughter of Harry Francis and Edna Muriel (Rooney) Ghostley; married Felice Orlandi. Education: Attended University of Oklahoma. Addresses: Agent—Agency for the Performing Arts, 9000 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1200, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Contact—Sutton, Barth & Vennari, 145 Fairfax Ave., Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Career: Actress, singer, and comedienne.

Television Work; Movies: Director, Columbo: A Friend in Deed, NBC, 1974. Director, Columbo: Troubled Waters, NBC, 1975. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Abe Cady, QB VII, ABC, 1974. Nick Pierson, An Early Frost, NBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Fresh as a Daisy," Danger, CBS, 1952. 'The Last Mile/' Kraft Television Theater, NBC, 1952. "A Case of Escape," The Web, CBS, 1953. "The Alibi Kid," Medallion Theater, CBS, 1954. 'The Notebook Warrior," The U.S. Steel Hour, ABC, 1954. "The Troublemakers," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. "The Violent Heart," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958. "Mooney's Kid Don't Cry," Kraft Theater, NBC, 1958. "Body and Soul," DuPont Show of the Month, CBS, 1959. "Raptureat 240,"KraftSuspense Theater, NBC, 1965. "Free of Charge," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1966. Television Appearances; Specials: Cry Vengeance, NBC, 1961. Narrator, The American Dream: The Genera/, CBS, 1974. Narrator, The Life of Leonardo di Vinci, syndicated, 1974. Host, Hollywood's Most Sensational Mysteries, NBC, 1984. WRITINGS

Screenplays: Beyond the Ocean, [Italy], 1990.*

Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best supporting or featured actress in a dramatic role, 1963, for The Beauty Part; Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting or featured actress in a dramatic role, Saturday Review Award, and New York Critics Circle Award, best performance, all 1965, for The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Mrs. Nash, Captain Nice, NBC, 1967. Esmerelda, Bewitched, ABC, 1969-72. Alice, Mayberry R.F.D., CBS, 1970-71. The Colddiggers, 1971. The Julie Andrews Show, ABC, 1972-73. Edwina Moffitt, The New Temperatures Rising Show (also known as Temperatures Rising), ABC, 1974. Bernice Clifton, Designing Women, CBS, 1987-93. Ida Mae Brindle, Small Wonder, syndicated, 1988-89. Irma Wallingsford, Evening Shade, CBS, 1992-94. Television Appearances; Episodic: Freedom Rings, 1953. "The Showoff," Best of Broadway, CBS, 1955. "Twelfth Might,* Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1957. "The Datchet Diamonds," Dow Hour of Great Mysteries, NBC, 1960. "Shangri-La," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1960. "The Chutney Caper," The Tom Ewell Show, CBS, 1961. "I Don't See It," The Tom Ewell Show, CBS, 1961. "Love Finds Muldoon," Car 54, Where Are You?, NBC, 1961. "Christmas at the 53rd," Car 54, Where Are You?, NBC, 1961.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Agnes, "Agnes and Arthur/' The Jackie Gleason Show, CBS, between 1962 and 1965. "One, Two, Three Rita Rahakowski," Naked City, ABC, 1963. "The Trouble with Archie/' Trials of O'Brien, CBS, 1965. Naomi, "Maid to Order," Bewitched, ABC, 1965. "Move Over, Mozart/' Please Don't Eat the Daisies, NBC, 1966. "The Last One in Is a Rotten Spy/' Get Smart, NBC, 1966. The Jonathan Winters Show, CBS, 1967. "What's in the Kitty?," He and She, CBS, 1968. "Watts Made Out of Thread," Insight, syndicated, 1968. "The Frakas Fracus," Get Smart, NBC, 1968. Gertrude, "Watch the Trains Go By," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1969. "And Baby Makes Four," Mothers-in-Law, NBC, 1969. "Make Me a Match," Ghost and Mrs. Muir, NBC, 1969. "Love and the Unlikely Couple," Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. "The Second Time Around," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1969. Mimi Grechner, "The Break Up," The Odd Couple, ABC, 1970. "Curious Cousins," Ghost and Mrs. Muir, ABC, 1970. "That's No Lady, That's My Spy," Hogan's Heroes, CBS, 1971. "Love and the Boss," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. Bertha, "Peanuts and Crackerjacks," Nichols (also known as James Cameras Nichols), NBC, 1971. "Love and the Mixed Marriage," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "Love and the High School Sweetheart," Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. "Time of Terror," Ghost Story, NBC, 1972. "Love and the Bonded Separation," Love, American Style, ABC, 1973. "Bad Medicine," Night Stalker, ABC, 1974. The Cross-Wits, syndicated, between 1975 and 1980. "Walter's Surprise Party," Maude, CBS, 1975. Big Eddie, CBS, 1975. Good T/mes, CBS, 1975. "The Maid Did It," What's Happening, ABC, 1976. "Homer and the Wacky Doughnut Machine," The ABC Short Story Special, ABC, 1977. "Barbara the Poet," One Day at a Time, CBS, 1977. CHlPs, NBC, 1978. "The Chief's Dressing Room," Carter Country, ABC, 1978.

GHOSTLEY • 157 "A Friend of the Family's," Family, ABC, 1978. "Barbara: Friend or Fink?," One Day at a Time, CBS, 1978. Friends, ABC, 1979. "Love Thy Neighbor," Gimme a Break, NBC, 1982. "Steele Crazy after All These Years," Remington Steele, NBC, 1983. Neta Cavelli, Mama Ma/one, CBS, 1984. "The Fight," We Got ft Made, NBC, 1984. "The Fred Connection," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1984. Doris Larson, Stir Crazy, CBS, 1985. "Anniversary Dinner," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1985. Mrs. Schtepmutter, "Cindy," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1985. "Family Forecast," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1986. "Passion for Fashion," The New Gidget, syndicated, 1986. "Viva Las Vegas," Boys Will Be Boys, Fox, 1988. "Mother's Day," The Golden Girls, NBC, 1988. Hearts Are Wild, CBS, 1992. Mrs. Groviak, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1994. As herself, Cyb///, CBS, 1995. "Damned Yankees," The Client, CBS, 1995. Mrs. Dewinter, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Portia, Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, CBS, 1957. The ]ud Strunk Show, 1972. Mrs. Taylor, Who's Happy Now?, 1975. Mildred Cosgrove, Twas the Night before Christmas, ABC, 1977. Merry Christmas. . . with Love, Julie, 1979. Madame in Manhattan, Showtime, 1981. Come Blow Your Horn, Showtime, 1981. Elfreda, Suffers Bay, 1983. The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour, CBS, 1990. The 61st Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, 1992. The All New Circus of the Stars and Side Show XVII (also known as The /7th Annual Circus of the Stars and Side Show), CBS, 1992. Also appeared in the>Art Carney Television Special. Television Appearances; Movies: Mrs. Kramer, Two on a Bench, 1971. Mrs. Parkinson, "Night Train" (also known as "B. L. Stryker"), The ABC Saturday Mystery, ABC, 1990. Sarah McDevitt, Perry Mason: The Case of the SilencedSinger, NBC, 1990.

158 • GIANNINI Also appeared in Everybody's Do/n' It. Film Appearances: New Faces of 1952, 1952. New Faces, 1954. Stephanie Crawford, To Kill a Mockingbird, Universal, 1963. Selina, My Six Loves, Universal, 1963. Mrs. Packard, The Flim-Flam Man (also known as One Born Every Minute), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Mrs. Singleman, The Graduate, Embassy, 1967. Housekeeper, With Six You Get Eggroll (also known as A Man in Mommy's Bed), National General Pictures, 1968. Hattie Longstreet Daniel, Viva Max!, Commonwealth United, 1969. Sister Lite, Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Emmeline Cavanaugh, Gator, United Artists, 1976. Record City, 1977. Nurse Tunn, Rabbit Test, Avco-Embassy, 1978. Mrs. Murdoch, Grease, Paramount, 1978. O'Malley's neighbor, Blue Sunshine, 1978. Doris Denver, Not for Publication, Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1984. The Wrong Guys, New World Pictures, 1988. Esther (The Whiner), The Odd Couple II (also known as Neil Simon's The Odd Couple II and Odd Couple 2: Travel in' Light), Paramount, 1998. Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) New face, New Faces of 1952, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1952. Sheela Cavanaugh, Sandhog, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1954. Dinah, Trouble in Tahiti, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1955. Miss Brinklow, Shangri-La, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1957. Aunt Polly, Livin' the Life, Phoenix Theatre, 1957. Lois, Maybe Tuesday, Playhouse Theatre, 1958. Jeannette Gaines, "She," and other roles, A Thurber Carnival, American National Theatre and Academy, New York City, 1960. Octavia Weatherwax, Kitty Entrail, and Grace Fingerhead, The Beauty Part, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1962. Player, Gentlemen Be Seated, City Center Theatre, New York City, 1963. Mavis Parodus Bugson, The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1964.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Miss Hannigan,/4nn/e, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1977. Appeared as Bunny Flingus, The House of Blue Leaves, Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles; in Come Blow Your Horn, Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, Jupiter, FL; in Nunsense, Bye Bye Birdie, and Arsenic and Old Lace; and in stock productions of Take Me Along, Do-Re-Mi, Rose Marie, The Boy Friend, Palm Tree in a Rose Garden, Dig We Must, and Stop Thief Stop. Major Tours: New Faces, U.S. cities, 1953-54. The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, U.S. cities, 1965. Love Is a Ball, 1975.*

GIANNINI, Giancarlo 1942PERSONAL Born August 1, 1942, in Spezia, Italy; children: Lorenzo, Adriano. Education: Received degree in electronics engineering; studied acting at Rome Academy of Drama, 1963. Addresses: Office—c/o C.S.C., Sr. L. Viale Mazzini 132, Rome 00195, Italy. Contact—Julien & Associates, 1501 Broadway, Suite 2600, New York, NY 10036-5601. Career: Actor, director, and screenwriter. Liberty Films, partner (with Lina Wertmuller); provided Italian translations of American films for the Italian film market. Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Best actor award, Cannes Film Festival, 1973, for Love and Anarchy; Academy Award nomination, best actor, 1976, for Seven Beauties. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Fango sulla metropoli, 1965. Carlo, Stasera mi butto (also known as Stasera mi butto—i due bagnani and /'// Try Tonight), 1967. Libido, 1967. Paolo Randi, Non stuzzicate la zanzara (also known

as Rita la zanzara, Don't Sting the Mosquito, and Rita the Mosquito), 1967.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Cellini,/4nz/o (also known asLosbarco diAnzio and The Battle forAnzio), Columbia, 1968. Salverio, Arabella (also known as Ragazza del Charleston), Universal, 1969. Lieutenant Hans Ruppert, Fraulein Doktor (also known as Mademoiselle docteur and Stamboul Quest), Paramount, 1969. Fabio, The Secret of Santa Vittoria, United Artists, 1969. Le sorelle (also known as Les deux soeurs), 1969. Una macchia rosa, 1969. Nello, Dramma della gelosia—Tutti in particolarie in cronacal (also known as The Motive Was Jealousy, A Drama of Jealousy [and Other Things], Jealousy Italian Style, and The Pizza Triangle), Warner Bros., 1970. Una prostituta al servizio del pubblico e in regola con le /egg/ dello stato, 1971. Mio Padre Monsignore, 1971. Mazzabubu... quante come stanno quaggiu?, 1971. Unaller simple, 1971. Ettore lo fusto, 1971. Marcello, La prima notte di quiete (also known as The First Quiet Night), Titanus, 1972. Inspector Tellini, La tarantola dal ventre nero (also known as Black Bellied Tarantula and The Black Belly of the Tarantula), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Mimi, Mimi metallurgico ferito nell'onore (also known as The Seduction of Mimi and Mimi the Metalworker), New Line Cinema, 1972. Biagio Solise, Sono stato lo (also known as / Did It), Warner Bros., 1972. Spider, Le Professeur (also known as The Professor), Valoria, 1972. Tunin, Film d'amore e d'anarchia, ovvero stamattina alle 10 invia del Fori nella nota casa di tolleranza (also known as Film d'amore e d'anarchia and Love and Anarchy), Peppercorn-Wormsler, 1973. Paolo Castorini, Paolo il caldo (also known as The Sensuous Sicilian, The Sensual Man, and HotBlooded Paolo), Medusa Distribuzione, 1973. Sono stato iol, 1973. Sessomatto (also known asSex Crazy and How Funny Can Sex Be?), Delta, 1973. Gennarino Carunchio, Travolti da un insolito destino neH'azzuro mare d'Agosto (also known as Swept Away... by an Unusual Destiny in the Blue Sea of August and Swept Away), Cinema V, 1974. Nino Patrovita, // best/one (also known as Beast and The S-Wheel Beast), Warner Bros., 1974. Tutto a posto e niente in ordine (also known as All Screwed Up, All in Place, Nothing in Order, and Everything's in Order But Nothing Works), 1974.

GIANNINI • 159 Gino Benacio,/A mezzanotte va la ronda delpiacere (also known as Midnight Pleasures, and Midnight Lovers), Film Ventures, 1975, released as The Immortal Bachelor, S.J. International, 1980. Tullio Murri, Fatti di gente per bene (also known as Drama of the Rich, The Murri Affair, and La grande bourgeoise), PAC, 1975. Pasqualino Frafuso, Pasqualino settebellezze (also known as Seven Beauties and Pasqualino: Seven Beauties), Cinema V, 1975. Tullio Hermil,/.7nnocente (also known as The Innocent and The Intruder), Analysis Film Releasing Corp., 1976. Paolo, The End of the World (in Our Usual Bed in a Night Full of Rain) (also known as La fine del mondo in una notte plena di pioggia, La fine del mondo nel nostro solito letto in una notte plena di pioggia, and Night Full of Rain), Warner Bros., 1977. / nuovi mostri (also known as Viva Italia!), 1977. In una notte plena di Pioggia, 1978. Narcotics dealer, Indian Summer, 1978. Shimmy, lugano, tarantelle e vino, 1978. Husband, Buone notizie (also known as CoodNews), Medusa Distribuzione, 1979. Suffer or Die, 1979. Nick Sammichele, Fatto di sangue fra due uomini per causa di una vedova—Si sospettano moventi politici (also known as Blood Feud and Revenge), Associated Film Distributing, 1979. Bloodline (also known as Sidney Sheldon's "Bloodline" and Blutspur), 1979. Robert Mendelsson, Lili Marleen, United Artists, 1981. Guido, Viaggio con Anita (also known as Lovers and Liars, A Trip with Anita, and Travels with Anita), Levitt-Pickman, 1981. Antonio, La vita e bella (also known as Life Is Wonderful), Cavalli Cinematographic/Mosfilm, 1982. 8e//o mio bellezza mia (also known as My Handsome My Beautiful), PLM Film Produzione, 1982. Fscape, 1983. / cap/ton/, 1984. Victor Marchand,/4mer/can Dreamer, Warner Bros., 1984. Charley Peru, Fever Pitch, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1985. Salvatore, Mi manda Picone (also known as Where's Picone? and Picone Sent Me), Italtoon/Wonder Movies, 1985. Abalardi, Sav/ng Grace, Embassy/Columbia, 1986. / numeri del lotto, 1986. Guzman, / Picari (also known as The Rogues and Los alegres picaros), Warner Bros., 1987.

160 • GIBSON Domenlco "Mini," Ternosecco, Columbia Pictures Italia, 1987. Lawyer, Snackbar Budapest, 1988. Sebastian Collogero, Blood Red, Hemdale Releasing, 1988. Sweet Car/oca, 1988. Claudio, "Life without Zoe" in New York Stories, Buena Vista, 1989. Francesco, O re (also known as The King of Naples), 1989. Alberto, Good Night, Michaelangelo, 1989, released as Brown Bread Sandwiches, Shapiro Glickenhaus Home Video, 1991. Divertimenti della vita privata (also known as The Fun of a Private Life), 1990. Giuseppe Marchi, // male oscuro (also known as The Obscure Illness), 1990. Nel giardino delle rose (also known as Prima di Natale, Before Christmas, In the Rose Garden, and Age of Discretion), 1990. Voice of Sergio Giuramondo, // sole anche di notte (also known as Night Sun and Sunshine Even by Night), 1990. Major, Tempo di uccidere (also known as Time to Kill, The Killing Time, and The Short Cut), Republic Pictures, 1991. Riccardo, Lo z/o indegno (also known as The Sleazy Uncle), Quartet Films, 1991. Inspector Bonnard, Once upon a Crime, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1992. Professor, Co/po di coda (also known as Pakt mit demTod), 1993. Falcone, 1993. Father, Come due coccodrilli (also known as Like Two Crocodiles and Comme deux crocodiles), Intrafilms, 1994. Alberto Aragon, A Walk in the Clouds, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995. Turi Leofonte, Palermo-Milan solo andata (also known as Palermo-Milan, One Way and Palermo-Milan No Return), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1995. Blood of a Poet, 1995. Sergio Amidei, Celluloide (also known as Celluloid), FilmExport Group, 1996. von Zirkenitz, La front/era (also known as The Border), Mikado Films, 1996. La lupa (also known asShe-Wolf), FilmExport Group, 1996. Enzo, New York Crossing, 1996. Thief, Heaven Before I Die, PM Entertainment, 1997. Bernardo, Mas alia del jardin (also known as Beyond the Garden), Sogepaq, 1997. Manny, Mimic, Miramax, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Taxi, iLorca (also known as Death in Granada and The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca), Sony Pictures, 1997. Film Work: Producer, Pasqualino settebellezze (also known as Seven Beauties and Pasqualino: Seven Beauties), Cinema V, 1975. Producer, Buone notizie (also known as Good News), Medusa Distribuzione, 1979. Director, /cap/ton/, 1984. Director, Ternosecco, Columbia Pictures Italia, 1987. Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Italian production, 1961. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Italian production, 1964. Two Plus Two No Longer Make Four, Italian production, 1966. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Marcello D'ltri,5/ns, CBS, 1986. Other Television Appearances: "Anthony Quinn" (special), Crazy about the Movies, Cinemax, 1990. Laban,/acofa: A TNT Bible Story (movie), TNT, 1994. WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Lin Jannuzzi) Ternosecco, Columbia Pictures Italia, 1987.*

GIBSON, Henry 1935PERSONAL Born Henry Gibson Bateman, September 21, 1935, in Germantown, PA; son of Edmund Albert and Dorothy (Cassidy) Bateman; married Lois Joan Geiger, April 6, 1966; children: Jonathan David, Charles Alexander, James Bateman. Education: Catholic University, B.A. (drama), 1957; was an observer at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, London, England, 1960. Addresses: /Agent—Gold/Marshak/Liedtke Talent and Literary Agency, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA91505. Career: Actor and writer. Mae Desmond Theatre Company, professional debut, Philadelphia, PA,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 1943; child actor and performer in East Coast stock companies, 1943-57. Participant in National Teachin, 1970; participant in Citizen's Committee on Population Growth and the American Future, 1972-75. Military service: U.S.A.F., 66th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, became target intelligence officer, 195760, in France. Member: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Actors' Fund of America (West coast advisory board, 1967-85), Keep America Beautiful (advisor, 1967-69); Environmental Defense Fund, Izaak Walton League (honorary president, 1975-76), United Nations Association. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor—motion picture, and National Society of Film Critics Award, best supporting actor, both 1976, for Nashville. CREDITS Stage Appearances: My Mother, My Father and Me, Broadway production, 1963. Film Appearances: College student, The Nutty Professor (also known as Dr. ]ekyllandMr. Hyde), Paramount, 1963. Smith, Kiss Me, Stupid, Lopert, 1964. Charlie Horse, The Outlaws Is Coming (also known as The Three Stooges Meet the Cunslinger), Columbia, 1965. Voice of Wilbur, Charlotte's Web (animated; also known as E. B. White's Charlotte's Web), Paramount, 1973. Dr. Verringer, The Long Goodbye, United Artists, 1973. Haven Hamilton, Nashville, Paramount, 1975. General Pecheur, The Last Remake of Beau Geste, Universal, 1977. Himself, The Kentucky Fried Movie, United Film, 1977. Fred Bott, A Perfect Couple, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Bobby Hammer and Mrs. Horn, H.E.A.L.T.H. (also known as Health), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Nazi leader, The Blues Brothers, Universal, 1980. Dr. Eugene Nortz, The Incredible Shrinking Woman, Universal, 1981. Dean Boom Avocado, Tulips, Avco-Embassy, 1981. Dr. Pennyworth, Monster in the Closet, Troma, 1986. Mr. Wormwood, Innerspace, Warner Bros., 1987.

GIBSON • 161 Ike Roscoe, Switching Channels, TriStar, 1988. Dr. Werner Klopek, The Burbs (also known as The 'Burbs and The 'burbs), Universal, 1989. Dr. Jake Lawrence, Night Visitor (also known as Never Cry Devil), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1989. The Wizard, The Magic Balloon, Showscan Film Corporation, 1990. Fired employee, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Warner Bros., 1990. Big John Coot, Tune in Tomorrow (also known as Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter), Cinecom, 1990. Professor Gerhardt Von Kreutzer, Brenda Starr, Triumph Releasing, 1992. Voice of Dr. Applecheeks, Tom and Jerry: The Movie (animated), Miramax, 1993. Dr. Knutsen, Cyber Bandits (also known as A Sailor's Tattoo), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1995. William Leaky, Bio-Dome (also known asBiodome), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1996. Voice of Adolph Eichmann, Mother Night, Fine Line Features, 1996. Albert C. Robinson, Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day (also known as Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day (a Fateful Year in the Life of John Lee, Railroad Man)), Artistic License Films, 1996. Zack Burrows, Stranger in the Kingdom, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: The poet, The Tonight Show, NBC, 1961-62. The Poet, Mike Wallace's P.M. East, syndicated, 1962. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (also known as LaughIn), NBC, 1968-71. Voice of Downer, The Biskitts (animated), CBS, 1983. Voice of Eleroo, The Wuzzles (animated), CBS and ABC, 1985. Voice of Aimee's locker, Galaxy High School (animated; also known as Galaxy High), CBS, 1987. Voice, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (animated), syndicated, 1990. Voice of Mr. Mothmeyer, 5anto Bugito (animated), CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Clifford Stool, Evil RoySlade, NBC, 1972. Walt, Every Man Needs One, ABC, 1972. Abe Rand, Escape from Bogen County, CBS, 1977. Roily Royce, The Night They Took Miss Beautiful, NBC, 1977. Milt Cavanaugh, Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill, NBC, 1979. George, For the Love of It, ABC, 1980. Art Schmeckle, Nashville Grab, NBC, 1981.

162 • GIBSON Robert, Slow Burn, Showtime, 1986. Hale Buchman Sr., Long Cone, HBO, 1987. E. Mitchell Armstrong, Return to Green Acres, CBS, 1990. Professor Ravetch, "Escape to Witch Mountain,"ABC Family Movie (also known as Disney Family Films), ABC, 1995. Dr. Edward Bellichek, Asy/um, HBO, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Railroad conductor, Around the World in 80 Days, NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Episodic: Butcher boy, "We're Going to Have a Baby/7 The ]oey Bishop Show, NBC, 1963. Butcher boy, "The Baby Formula/' The ]oey Bishop Show, NBC, 1963. "A Man for Elly," The Beverly Hillbillies, CBS, 1964. Movie star, "Grindl, Girl Wac," Crindl, NBC, 1964. Butcher boy, "Ellie the Talent Show/' The Joey Bishop Show, NBC, 1964. "The Great Manhunt," The Littlest Hobo, syndicated, 1964. Movie juggler, "Danger, High Voltage," My Favorite Martian, CBS, 1964. Insigna, "Liberty," Mr. Roberts, NBC, 1965. Insigna, "Physician, Heal Thyself," Mr. Roberts, NBC, 1965. Kopeburn, "Pride of the Rangers," Laredo, NBC, 1965. Insigna, "Carry Me Back to Cocoon Island," Mr. Roberts, NBC, 1965. Private Wrongo Starr, "Pvt. Wrongo Starr," F Troop, ABC, 1966. Private Wrongo Starr, "Wrongo Starr and the Woman in Black," F Troop, ABC, 1966. Doug Bedlork, "Talk to the Snail," The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1966. Private Wrongo Starr, "The Return of Wrongo Starr," F Troop, ABC, 1966. "Aunt Harriet Wants You," Hey Landlord, NBC, 1967. Napoleon, "Samantha's French Pastry," Bewitched, ABC, 1968. "Love and the Shower," Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. Leprechaun, "If the Shoe Pinches," Bewitched, ABC, 1970. "Love and the Note," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "Love and the Sweet 16," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Love and the Christmas Punch," Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. "Love and the Spendthrift," Love, American Style, ABC, 1973. "Violence in Blue," The Wide World of Mystery, ABC, 1975. "Murder on High C," Get Christie Love, ABC, 1975. "Showdown at Times Square," McCloud, NBC, 1975. "Sharks Eat Sharks," Barbary Coast, ABC, 1975. "Don't Feed the Pigeons," Po//ce Woman, NBC, 1975. Marion Mariposa, "Screaming Javelins," The New Adventures of Wonder Woman (also known as Wonder Woman), CBS, 1978. W.E.B., NBC, 1978. Fred Wade, "Anniversary and Mr. Hotel," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. Dad, "Father Goose," The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1978. Sometimes, "Victor, Bill and Bobby, Sometimes," Sweepstakes, NBC, 1979. Squirt, "Find Loretta Lynn," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1980. Jeffrey Farley, "Ghost Rig," The Littlest Hobo, 1980. Milton Box, "The Meek Shall Inherit Rhonda," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1981. Dr. Brownell, "Candy Doctor," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1982. Ron, "Mixed Doubles," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1982. Gerald T. Dowd, "Fowl Play," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1982. Bernish, "The Christmas Presence," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. Max, "Murder on Ice," Quincy, M.E. (also known as Qu/ncy), NBC, 1983. Dr. Henry Calder, "Endangered Detectives," Small and F rye, CBS, 1983. Waldo, "Spanish Gambit," Masquerade, ABC, 1984. Milton, "The Million Dollar Face," Cover Up, CBS, 1984. Merriwell Cooper, "Terror U.," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1984. Simon Rodale, "Murder in Mink," Mike Hammer, CBS, 1984. Shelly, "Diplomatic Immunity," Half Nelson, NBC, 1985. Mayor Abe, "Welcome to Winfield," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1986. Donald Crane, "Voodoo Knight," Knight Rider, NBC, 1986. Voice of Artsy Wartsky, "Annabell Goes Punk," Poofur, 1987. Harold Banner, "Who Threw the Barbitals in Mrs. Fletcher's Chowder?," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Voice of Nobody, "Nobody Smurf," The Smurfs, NBC, 1987. Station wagon man, "Harry's Will/ MacGyver, ABC, 1990. Pinky, "Deadly Silents," MacGyver, ABC, 1991. Oliver Thistle, "Incident in Lot 7," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. Lodgepole, "The Losers/'Eer/e, Indiana, NBC, 1991. Mr. Harrison, "On the Air," What a Dummy, syndicated, 1991. Bud, "Chip Off the Old Brick/' Evening Shade, CBS, 1991. Charlie, "Where's Harry," Cutters, CBS, 1992. Stanhope, "None But the Lonely Heart," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1992. Cyrus Calhoun, "Out of the Ashes," Sisters, NBC, 1992. Cyrus Calhoun, "The Cold Light of Day," Sisters, NBC, 1992. Priest, "Several Unusual Love Stories," The ]ohn Larroquette Show, NBC, 1994. Ted Tucker, "Turtle Word," Coach, ABC, 1995. Himself, "Dream Weaver," Mad about You, NBC, 1995. Judge Samuels, "Trial by Fury," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1997. Judge Samuels, "When Teens Collide," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, ABC, 1998. Nilva, 'Trofit and Lace," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, UPN, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Accountant, Sheriff Who?, NBC, 1966. Bellboy, Honeymoon Suite, ABC, 1972. The Karen Valentine Show, ABC, 1973. Nicholas, The New Original Wonder Woman, ABC, 1975. Chief Davlin, The Bureau, NBC, 1976. Principal, High School, U.S.A., NBC, 1984. Duke Coleman, Home Again (also known as Too Many Cooks), ABC, 1988. Television Appearances; Specials: Igon, The Halloween That Almost Wasn't, ABC, 1979. Dorothy Hamill's Corner of the Sky, ABC, 1979. Voice of Sam, Robbut: A Tale of Tails (animated), 1985. Voice of Mr. Slime, The Blinkins (animated), syndicated, 1986. Opryland Celebrates 200 Years of American Music, syndicated, 1988. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In 25th Anniversary, NBC, 1993.

G1RODAY • 163 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In: A Valentine's Day Special, NBC, 1994. Voice of the Cat in the Hat, Daisy-Head Mayzie (animated; also known as Dr. Suess' Daisy-Head Mayz/e),TNT, 1995. RECORDINGS Albums: The Alligator and Other Poems, Liberty Records, 1962. The Crass Menagerie, Epic Records, 1971. Singles: "Artificial Flowers," Epic, 1971. "The Population Song," A&M, 1972. "200 Years," ABC Records, 1975. WRITINGS A Flower Child's Garden of Verses, New American Library (New York City), 1970. Carnival of the Animals (new verses), Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA, 1971. The Cift: The Illustrated History of the Statue of Liberty, Blackthorne, 1986. Contributor to periodicals, including Audubon, National Wildlife, Environmental Quality, The Progressive, Reader's Digest, Classic TV, Philadelphia Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Manchester Guardian, and California Living. Song Lyrics for Films: Nashville, Paramount, 1975. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: TV Guide, February 3, 1996, pp. 7-8.

GIRODAY, Francois 1952(Francois de la Giroday) PERSONAL Born March 18, 1952, in Oxford, England; immigrated to U.S., 1958; became U.S. citizen, 1978. Education: Attended Queens College of the City University of New York; Marymount Manhattan College, B.A.; studied voice with Joy Kane, fencing with Chris Martin, mime with Lewis Gilbert, speech with

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Majorie Phillips, acting with Bertram Joseph, and movement with Fred Kurchak. Addresses: Home—Los Angeles, CA. ContactEpstein Wyckoff Corsa, 280 South Beverly Dr., Suite 400, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, and 311 West 43 St., Suite 1401, New York, NY, 10036. Career: Actor. CSC Repertory, company member, 1973-76; Mirror Repertory Company, New York City, member of company, 1983-86; Interact Theatre Company, Los Angeles, CA, founding member, member of board of directors, treasurer, and secretary, 199197. Awards, Honors: Helen Hayes Award, best lead actor, 1985, for Man and Superman; Theatre LA. Ovation Award, best ensemble, 1994, forCouncellor-atLaw; BackStage West Award, outstanding performance—lead in a comedy, Robby Award, best actor in a comedy, Dramalogue Award, Critics Award, all for Design for Living. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Denis, Loot, CSC Repertory Company, New York City, between 1973 and 1976. Caliban, The Tempest, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Haeman, /Ant/gone, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. The Medium, Roshomon, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Spencer and Spencer Jr., Edward II, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Sebastian, Twelfth Night, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973-76. Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Cuildenstern Are Dead, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Queequeq, Moby Dick, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Len, The Dwarfs, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Andre, Woyzeck, CSC Repertory Company, between 1973 and 1976. Jack Manningham, Gas Light, Theatre West Virginia, 1976-77. Supervacuo, Androcles and the Lion, Theatre West Virginia, 1976-77. Michael, Rats, Impossible Ragtime Theatre, New York City, 1977.

Renfield, Dracula, Soho Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1977. Jack Worthing, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dorset Summer Theatre, Dorset, VT, 1977. Til lie, He Who Cets Slapped, 53rd Street Theatre, New York City, 1977. Wally, Outto Lunch, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1978. Ariel, The Tempest, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1981. Lelie,5ganare//e, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1981-82. Rubin/Captain Narvinsky,/oi/rney of the Fifth Horse, American Repertory Theatre, 1981-82. Austin, True West, American Repertory Theatre, 1981-82. Standby/John Macy, Monday after the Miracle, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1982. Feste, Twelfth Night, Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta, GA, 1983. Felix, Paradise Lost, Mirror Repertory Company, New York City, 1983-84. Valere, Tartuffe, Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, 1984. The Son, Six Characters in Search of an Author, American Repertory Theatre, 1984. Petruchio, Taming of the Shrew, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1984. Kiwi, The Hasty Heart, Mirror Repertory Co., 1984. Lelie, Tartuffe, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 198485. Jack Tanner, Man and Superman, Arena Stage, 198485. Orsino, Twelfth Night, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, 1985. Tom, The Time of Your Life, Mirror Repertory Company, 1985-86. Teddy Luton, The Circle, Mirror Repertory Company, 1985-86. Alfredo, Neapolitan Ghosts, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1986. Joseph Percival, Misalliance, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1987. Woodrow, The Signal Season of Dummy Hoy, Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1987. Duncan McFee, Double Double, Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta, GA, 1988. Peter and John, The Way We Live Now, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1989. John McDermont, Ourse/ves Alone, Tiffany Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 1989. Trigorin, The Seagull, Alliance Theatre Company, then Arena Stage, 1991. Henry, The Real Thing, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Berkshire, MA, 1991.

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Mlrabell, The Way of the World, Huntington Theatre, Boston, MA, 1992. Sordo and Man in cell, Scenes from an Execution, Mark Taper Forum, 1993. Roy Darwin, Councellor-at-Law, Interact Theatre Company, Los Angeles, CA, 1994. Lovborg, Hedda Cabler, Arena Stage, 1994-95. Wolsey, Henry VIII, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City, UT, 1995. Caliban, The Tempest, Utah Shakespeare Festival, 1995. MacDuff, Macbeth, Utah Shakespeare Festival, 1996. Cardinal Richelieu, The Three Musketeers, Utah Shakespeare Festival, 1996. Otto, Design for Living, A Noise Within, Glendale, CA, 1997. Victor, Private Lives, South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA, 1998.

Doctor, LA. Law, NBC, 1991. Male executive, "The Pick/' Seinfeld, NBC, 1992. Virini, "And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place/' Babylon 5, syndicated, 1996. Jor-EI, "Big Girls Don't Fly, "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC, 1996. Robert, "The Perfect Guy," Frasier, NBC, 1998. Tustin Merrit, Profiler, NBC, 1998.

Toured as Austin, True West, American Repertory summer tour of Europe, 1982.

Born July 10, 1945, in Evansville, IN; son of Crump and Lethia Glass. Education: University of Evansville, B.A. (drama and literature), 1968.

Film Appearances: Raging Bull, United Artists, 1981. Alex Betancourt, Wall Street, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Jean-Jacques Baudelaire, 100 Percent, Independent, 1987. Peter, Permanent Mid-Night, Columbia TriStar/Sony Studios, 1987. Jean Phillipe, Godzilla, TriStar, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Robert Hartman, Ryan's Hope, ABC, 1986-87. Fabian, The Lot, AMC, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Kirby Lyons, Framed, HBO, 1990. Bob McLaren, Call Me Anna, ABC, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: Waiter, Mr. Mike's Mondo Video, NBC, 1979. Alexander Hamilton, Empire of Reason, PBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: Jimmy Deroux, Legwork (also known as Leg Work), CBS, 1988. Warren Brancton, "The Hollow Men," Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1989. Larry Delson, Freddy's Nightmares, syndicated, 1990. Frank Zimmer, Dragnet, syndicated, 1990. Senator Fueller, FM, NBC, 1990. Bob Drexell, Capital News, ABC, 1990. Dr. Cartwright, The Flash, NBC, 1991.

Appeared as Dr. Wai lace, As the World Turns, CBS; also appeared in episodes of The Guiding Light, CBS; Love of Life, CBS; and Search for Tomorrow, CBS.

GLASS, Ron 1945PERSONAL

Addresses: /Agent—Ambrosio/Mortimer and Associates, 9150 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 175, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Tyrone Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN, company member, 1968-72. Chairperson of the board, Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center (a nonprofit organization working to empower children in underprivileged communities). Member: Screen Actors Guild, Hollywood Academy of Television and Radio Artists, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actor's Equity Association, Alpha Psi Omega. Awards, Honors: William A. Gumbertz Award, 1968; Alumni Certificate of Excellence, University of Evansville, 1975; Community Award, JLos Angeles Sentinel writer Gertrude Gibson, 1975; Dionysus Award, Hollywood Club Forum International, 1977; Medal of Honor Award, University of Evansville, in recognition of his acting achievements; Pearl Le Compte Award; winner of three SAMMY's; Hollywood/ Beverly Hills NAACP Theatre Award for Speed of Darkness; two Emmy Award nominations. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Detective Ron Harris, Barney Miller, ABC, 1975-82. Felix Ungar, The New Odd Couple, ABC, 1982-83.

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Don Philips, Rhythm and Blues, NBC, 1992-93. Ronald Felcher, Mr. Rhodes, NBC, 1996. The Head (some sources say God's cousin Rod), Teen Angel, ABC, 1997—.

Dr. David Wahl, It's My Party, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1995. Allen Smith, Back in Business (also known as Heart of Stone), PFG Entertainment, 1997.

Television Appearances; Movies: Shirts and Skins (also known as Shirts/Skins), ABC, 1973. Ray Buren, Beg, Borrow, or Steal, ABC, 1973. Let's Switch, 1975. Jerry Grant, Crash (also known as Crash of Flight 401), ABC, 1978. Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster, NBC, 1985. Eric Brenner, Perry Mason: The Case of the Shooting Star, NBC, 1986.

Stage Appearances: Day of Absence, 1970. Slow Dance on the Killing Ground, 1972.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Sanford and Son, NBC, 1972. "Reunion,"/ns/ght, syndicated, 1973. "Everybody Tells the Truth/' All in the Family, CBS, 1973. Maude, CBS, 1973. "Tricks Are No Treats," Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1973. Second repairman, "Fit, Fat, and 41," The Bob NewhartShow, CBS, 1973. "Elephant in a Cage," Griff, ABC, 1973. "The Case of the Tortured Titan," New Perry Mason, CBS, 1974. Good Times, CBS, 1974. Sanford and Son, NBC, 1974. "This Lance for Hire," When Things Were Rotten, ABC, 1975. Arlen Washington, "The Thrill Killers," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. "Hartland Express," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1981. The devil, "I of Newton," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1985. Lieutenant Hanrahan, "Incident in Lot 7," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Also appeared on Room 227, Family Matters, and Designing Women. Television Appearances; Pilots: Change at /25th Street, CBS, 1974.

Also appeared as a Vietnam veteran, Speed of Darkness; as Judge Brack, Hedda Gabler, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA; Julius Caesar; Sergeant Musgrave's Dance; appeared in plays at the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, including Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, The House of Atreus, Misalliance, The Taming of the Shrew, and The Dutchman.*

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PERSONAL Born December 3, 1930, in Paris, France; naturalized citizen of Switzerland; son of Paul (a physician) and Odile (Monod) Godard; married Anna Karina (an actress), March 2, 1961 (divorced, 1964); married Anne Wiasemsky (an actress), July 21,1967 (divorced); children: one daughter. Education: Sorbonne, University of Paris, certificate d'ethnologie, 1949. Addresses: Home—15 rue de Nord, 1180 Rouille, Switzerland; 80 rue des Archives, 75003 Paris, France. Career: Director, writer, producer, actor, and film editor. Anouchka Films, founder, 1964; Twentieth Century-Fox, Paris, France, publicist; Sonimage (film and video studio), Grenoble, France, founder; assistant editor for Zurich television. Also worked as a construction worker. Member: Directors Guild of America.

Film Appearances: Quintus, The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder (also known as Vrooder'fs Hooch), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1974. Jerry Merris, Deep Space, Trans World Entertainment, 1987. Derek Bond, Houseguest (also known as House Guest), Buena Vista, 1994.

Awards, Honors: Prix Jean Vigo and Best Director Award, both from Berlin Film Festival, 1960, for Breathless; Special Jury Prize, Berlin Film Festival, 1961, for A Woman Is a Woman; Special Jury Prize and Italian Critics' Prize, Venice Film Festival, and German Critics' Prize, best foreign film, all 1962, for My Life to Live; Special Jury Prize, Venice Film Festi-

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GODARD •• 167 Contempt (also known as Le mepris), Rome-Paris Films, 1963, released in the United States by Embassy, 1963. Le petit soldat (also known as The Little Soldier), Georges de Beauregard/Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1963, released in the United States by West End, 1965. Les carabiniers (also known as The Soldiers and The Riflemen), Rome-Paris Films, 1963, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1968. "Montparnasse et Levallois,"5/x in Paris (also known as Paris vu par.. .), Les Films du Losange, 1963, released in the U.S. by New Yorker, 1968. "Le grand escroc," Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (also known as The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers, The Beautiful Swindlers, and The World's Greatest Swindles), Ulysse Films, 1964. Reportage sur Orly (short), 1964. The Married Woman (also known as La femme mariee, Une femme mariee, and A Married Woman), Anouchka Films, 1964, released in the United States by Royal, 1965. Band of Outsiders (also known as Bande a part and The Outsiders), Anouchka Films, 1964, released in the United States by Royal, 1966. Alphaville (also known as Alphaville: Une etrange aventure de Lemmy Caution, Alphaville: A Strange Adventure of Lemmy Caution, and Alphaville: A Strange Case of Lemmy Caution), Chaumiane Productions and Filmstudio, 1965, released in the United States by Pathe, 1965. Pierrot le fou, Rome-Paris Films, 1965, released in the United States by Pathe/Corinth, 1968. Masculin-feminin (also known asMasculin-feminin: 15 faits precis), Anouchka Films, 1966. Made in America (also known as Made in U.S.A.), Rome-Paris Films, 1966. "Anticipation, ou I'amouren Tan 2000," Le plus vieux metier du monde (also known as The Oldest Profession, L'amour a travers les ages, Love through the Centuries, and The Oldest Profession in the World), Francoriz Films, 1966, released in the United States by Goldstone/VIP, 1968. Two or Three Things I Know about Her (also known as Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle), Anouchka Films, 1966, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1970. La Chinoise, ou plutot a la chinoise: Un film en train de se faire (also known as La Chinoise and The Chinese Girl), Anouchka Films, 1967. "L'enfant prodigue," Vangelo '70 (also known as La Contestation, Evangile 70, Love and Anger, and "L'amore," Amore e rabbia), Anouchka Films, 1967.

168 • GODARD Weekend (also known as Le week-end), Anouchka Films, 1967, released in the United States by Ascot, 1968. "Camera-oeil," Loin du Vietnam (also known as Far from Vietnam), 1967. Legai savoir (also known asThe/oyofLearn/ngand Merry Wisdom—Happy Knowledge), Anouchka Films, 1968. Un film comme les autres (also known as A Film like All the Others), Leacock-Pennebaker Films, 1968. One Plus One (also known as Sympathy for the Devil), Cupid Productions, 1968, released in the United States by New Line Cinema, 1969. (With Jean Pierre Gorin) British Sounds (also known as See You at Mao), Kestrel Productions, 1969. (With Gorin, Jean-Henri Roger, and Paul Burron as Croupe Dziga-Vertov) Pravda, Centre European Cinema Radio Television, 1969. (With Gorin) Lotte in Italia (also known as Struggle in Italy and Luttes en Italie), Cosmoseion, 1969. (With Gorin and Daniel Cohn-Bendit; also editor) Wind from the East (also known as Vent d'est and East Wind), 1969, released in the United States by New Line Cinema, 1970. (With Gorin) )usqu'a la victoire (also known as Till Victory), 1970. (With Gorin; also producer) Vladimir et Rosa, Evergreen Films, 1971. One A.M. (also known as One American Movie), 1971. (With Gorin; also producer) Tout va fa/en, Anouchka Films, 1972, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1973. (With Gorin; also producer with Gorin) A Letter to Jane, or Investigation about a Still (also known as Lettre a Jane), 1972. Id et ailleurs (also known as Here and Elsewhere), 1974. (Also co-producer) Numero deux (also known as Number Two), Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1975. Comment ca va (also known as How Goes It), 1976. Scenario de "Sauve qui peut la vie/' 1979. (Also producer with Alain Sarde and editor with Anne Marie Mieville) Sauve qui peut la vie (also known as La vie, Sauve qui peut, Slow Motion, and Every Man for Himself), New Yorker, 1980. (Also editor) Lettre a Freddy Buac/ie, 1981. (Also editor) Passion, 1982, released in the U.S. by Artificial Eye/United Artists Classics, 1983. Scenario du film "Passion," 1982. Petites notes a propos du film ")e vous salve Marie/' 1983.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 (Also editor) First Name: Carmen (also known as Prenom: Carmen), International Spectrafilm, 1984. Detective, International Spectrafilm, 1985. (Also editor) Hail, Mary (also known as/e vous salve Marie and The Book of Mary), Gaumont/New Yorker, 1985. Grandeur et decadence d'un petit commerce de cinema (also known as The Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company; originally made for French television), Hamster, 1986. (Also editor) Meeting Woody Allen (also known as J.LG. Meets W.A.), 1986. Soft and Hard (also known as Soft Conversation on Hard Subjects), 1986. (Also editor) "Armide," Aria, Virgin Vision, 1987. (Also editor) Soigne tu droite (also known as Keep up Your Right and Une place sur la terre comme au del), Gaumont, 1987. (Also editor) King Lear, Cannon, 1988. Le dernier mot (also known as The Last Word), 1988. On s'est tous defile, 1988. Puissance de la parole (also known as The Power of Speech), 1988. Le rapport darty, 1989. (Also editor) Nouvelle vague (also known as New Wave), 1990. "L'enfance de Tart/' Comment vont les enfants, 1990. (Also editor) Germany, Year 90 Nine Zero (also known asAllemagne annee 90 neufzero), 1991. Centre I'oubli (also known as Against Oblivion, Lest We Forget, and Ecr/re contre /'cub//'), 1992. (Also editor) He/as pour moi (also known as Oh, Woe Is Me), Cinema Parallel, 1993. (Also producer) JLG/JLG (also known as /LG//LG— Autoportrait de Decembre, JLG byJLG, and/LG/ JLG—Self-Portrait in December), 1994. (Also editor) The Children Play Russian (documentary; also known as Les enfants jouent a la russ/e), World Vision Enterprises/Cecco Films/Russian State Radio and Television Co., 1994. (Also producer and editor) 2 x 50 Years of French Cinema (also known as Deux fois cinquante ans de cinema francais and The Century of Cinema), Miramax, 1995. (Also editor) Forever Mozart, New Yorker, 1996. Histoire(s) du cinema (Two Chapters) (documentary; also known as 3A: La monnaie de I'absolu and 4A: Le controle de I'univers), Gaumont/ Peripheria/French Ministry of Culture/Femis, 1997. Also director of C/netracts (series of untitled, creditless newsreels), 1968.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Film Appearances: Quadrille, 1950. Man visiting a prostitute, Une femme coquette (short), Jean-Luc Godard, 1955. Le coup du berger, 1956. Dubbed voice of Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charlotte et son Jules (short; also known as Charlotte and Her Boyfriend), Les Films de la Pleieade, 1958. Narrator, Une histoire d'eau (short; also known as A History of Water and A Story of Water), Les Films de la Pleieade, 1958. Man in cafe, Paris Belongs to Us (also known as Paris nous appartient and Paris Is Ours), 1958, released in the United States by Merlyn, 1962. Informer, Breathless (also known as A bout de souffle), Georges de Beauregard/Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1959, released in the United States by Imperia Films, 1959. Le signe du lion (also known as The Sign of Leo), 1959. Actor in comedy film, C/eo from 5 to 7 (also known as C/eo de 5 a 7), Rome-Paris Films, 1961. Dubbed voice, A Woman Is a Woman (also known as Une femme est une femme and La donna e donna), Rome-Paris Films, 1961, released in the United States by Pathe Contemporary, 1961. Le soleil dans Toe/7 (also known as Sun in Your Eyes), 1961. Les fiances du Pont Macdonald, 1961. Presentation ou Charlotte et son steack, 1961. "Le nouveau monde," RoCoPaC (also known as Laviamoci il cervello and Let's Have a Brainwash), Lyre Cinematographique, 1962. Narrator, My Life to Live (also known as Vivre et sa vie and It's My Life), Les Films de la Pleieade, 1962, released in the United States by Union/ Pathe Contemporary, 1963. lan's assistant director, Contempt (also known as Le mepris), Rome-Paris Films, 1963, released in the United States by Embassy, 1963. Bystander at railway station, Le petit soldat (also known as The Little Soldier), Georges de Beauregard/Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1963, released in the United States by West End, 1965. Scheherezade, 1963. The Directors, 1963. Paparazzi, 1963. Begegnung mit Fritz Lang, 1963. Petit jour, 1963. Narrator and man in Moroccan Chechia, "Le grand escroc," Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (also known as The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers, The Beautiful Swindlers, and The World's Greatest Swindles), Ulysse Films, 1964.

GODARD • 169 Narrator, The Married Woman (also known as La femme mariee, Une femme mariee, and A Married Woman), Anouchka Films, 1964, released in the United States by Royal, 1965. Narrator, Band of Outsiders (also known as Bande a part and The Outsiders), Anouchka Films, 1964, released in the United States by Royal, 1966. Himself, Le parti des choses (also known as Bardot et Godard), 1964. Himself, Tentazioniproibite, 1965. Orlovsky's friend, The Defector (also known as Lauthose Waffen and L'espion), Warner Bros./ Seven Arts, 1966. Voice on tape recorder, Made in America (also known as Made in U.S.A.), Rome-Paris Films, 1966. Narrator, Two or Three Things I Know about Her (also known as Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle), Anouchka Films, 1966, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1970. "Camera-ceil," Loin du Vietnam (also known as Far from Vietnam), 1967. Voice, Un film comme les autres (also known as A Film like All the Others), Leacock-Pennebaker Films, 1968. Narrator, One Plus One (also known as Sympathy for the Devil), Cupid Productions, 1968, released in the United States by New Line Cinema, 1969. Wind from the East (also known as Vent cf'est and East Wind), 1969, released in the United States by New Line Cinema, 1970. Himself, One-A.M. (also known as One American Movie), 1971. Himself, One P.M. (also known as One Parallel Movie), Leacock-Pennebaker, 1971. Narrator and policeman, Vladimir et Rosa, Evergreen Films, 1971. Narrator, A Letter to Jane, or Investigation about a Still (also known as Lettre a Jane), 1972. Himself, La longue marche de Jean-Luc Godard, 1972. Himself, Numero deux (also known as Number Two), Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1975. Himself, Derkleine Godard an das Kuratorium junger deutscher Film (also known as Little Godard to the Production Board for Young German Film), 1978. Reporters, 1981. Uncle Jean, First Name: Carmen (also known as Prenom: Carmen), International Spectrafilm, 1984. Himself, Chambre 666, 1984. Grandeur et decadence d'un petit commerce de cinema, Hamster, 1986.

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Meeting Woody Allen (also known as J.LG. Meets W.A.), 1986. Soft and Hard (also known as Soft Conversation on Hard Subjects), 1986. The idiot and the prince, Soigne tu droite (also known as Keep up Your Right and Une place sur la terre comme au del), Gaumont, 1987. Professor, King Lear, Cannon, 1988. Nathanael the robot, Le rapport darty, 1989. JLG/JLG (also known as JLG/JLG—Autoportrait de December, JLG by JLG, and JLG/JLG—Self-Portrait in December), 1994. The idiot and Prince Mishkin, The Children Play Russian (documentary; also known as Les enfants jouent a la russie), World Vision Enterprises/ Cecco Films/Russian State Radio and Television Co., 1994. Nous sommes tous encore id (also known as We're All Still Here), Les Films du Losange, 1996. Television Work; Series: Director, France tour detour deux enfants, French television, 1978. Television Work; Specials: Co-director, 6 x 2: Sur et sous la communication, French television, 1977. WRITINGS Screenplays: Operation beton (short; also known as Operation Concrete), Actua Films, 1954. Une femme coquette (short), Jean-Luc Godard, 1955. Charlotte et Veronique ou tous les garcons s'appellent Patrick (short; also known as All Boys Are Called Patrick), 1957. (With Francois Truffaut) Une histoire d'eau (short; also known as A History of Water and A Story of Water), Les Films de la Pleieade, 1958. Charlotte et son Jules (short; also known as Charlotte and Her Boyfriend), Les Films de la Pleieade, 1958. Breathless (also known as A bout cfe souffle), Georges de Beauregard/Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1959, released in the United States by Imperia Films, 1959, published by Balland, 1974, then Rutgers University Press (New Brunswick, NJ), 1987. (Also songwriter, "Chanson d'Angela") A Woman Is a Woman (also known as Une femme est une femme and La donna e donna), Rome-Paris Films, 1961, released in the United States by Pathe

Contemporary, 1961, published in Godard: Three Films, Harper (New York City), 1975. "Laziness" (also known as "La paresse"), Seven Capital Sins (also known as The Seven Deadly Sins, Land I sette peccati capitali), Films Gibe, 1962, released in the United States by Embassy, 1962. My Life to Live (also known as Vivre et sa vie and It's My Life), Les Films de la Pleieade, 1962, released in the United States by Union/Pathe Contemporary, 1963. "Le nouveau monde," RoGoPaC (also known as Laviamoci il cervello and Let's Have a Brainwash), LyreCinematographique, 1962. "Montparnasse et Levallois/'S/x in Paris (also known as Paris vu par...), Les Films du Losange, 1963, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1968. Contempt (also known as Le mepris), Rome-Paris Films, 1963, released in the United States by Embassy, 1963. (With Jean Gruault and Roberto Rossellini) Les carabiniers (also known as The Soldiers and The Riflemen), Rome-Paris Films, 1963, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1968, published by VerlagFilmkritik, 1967. Le petit soldat (also known as The Little Soldier), Georges de Beauregard/Societe Nouvelle de Cinema, 1963, released in the United States by West End, 1965, published by Lorrimer Publishing, 1967, then Simon & Schuster, 1970. "Le grand escroc," Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (also known as The World's Most Beautiful Swindlers, The Beautiful Swindlers, and The World's Greatest Swindles), Ulysse Films, 1964. Band of Outsiders (also known as Bande a part and The Outsiders), Anouchka Films, 1964, released in the United States by Royal, 1966. Reportage sur Orly (short), 1964. The Married Woman (also known as La femme mariee, Une femme mariee, and A Married Woman), Anouchka Films, 1964, released in the United States by Royal, 1965, published in Godard: Three Films, Harper, 1975. A/phav/7/e (also known as Alphaville: Une etrange aventure de Lemmy Caution, Alphaville: A Strange Adventure of Lemmy Caution, and Alphaville: A Strange Case of Lemmy Caution), Chaumiane Productions and Filmstudio, 1965, released in the United States by Pathe, 1965, published by Lorrimer Publishing, 1966, then Simon & Schuster, 1968. Pierrot le fou, Rome-Paris Films, 1965, released in the United States by Pathe/Corinth, 1968, published by Simon & Schuster, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Anticipation, ou I'amour en Tan 2000," Leplus vieux metier du monde (also known as The Oldest Profession, L'amour a travers les ages, Love through the Centuries, and The Oldest Profession in the World), Francoriz Films, 1966, released in the United States by Goldstone/VIP, 1968. Made in America (also known as Made in U.S.A.), Rome-Paris Films, 1966, published by Lorrimer Publishing, 1967. Masculin-feminin (also known asMasculin-feminin: 15 fails precis), Anouchka Films, 1966, published by Grove (New York City), 1969. Two or Three Things I Know about Her (also known as Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle), Anouchka Films, 1966, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1970, published in Codard: Three Films, Harper, 1975. Vangelo '70 (also known as La Contestation, Evangile 70, Love and Anger, and Amore e rabbia), Anouchka Films, 1967. "Camera-oeil," Loin du Vietnam (also known as Far from Vietnam), 1967. La Chinoise, ou plutot a la chinoise: Un film en train de se faire (also known as La Chinoise and The Chinese Girl), Anouchka Films, 1967, published by L'Avant-Scene, 1971. Weekend (also known as Le week-end), Anouchka Films, 1967, released in the United States by Ascot, 1968, published in Weekend [and] Wind from the East, Simon & Schuster, 1972. Le gal savoir (also known as The Joy of Learning and Merry Wisdom—Happy Knowledge), Anouchka Films, 1968. Un film comme les autres (also known as A Film like All the Others), Leacock-Pennebaker Films, 1968. One Plus One (also known as Sympathy for the Devil), Cupid Productions, 1968, released in the United States by New Line Cinema, 1969. Cinetracts, 1968. (With Jean Pierre Gorin) British Sounds (also known as 5ee You at Mao), Kestrel Productions, 1969. (With Gorin, Jean-Henri Roger, and Paul Burron as Croupe Dziga-Vertov) Pravda, Centre European Cinema Radio Television, 1969. (With Gorin) Lotte in Italia (also known as Struggle in Italy and Luttes en Italie), Cosmoseion, 1969. (With Daniel Cohn-Bendit) Wind from the East (also known as Vent d'est and East Wind), 1969, released in the United States by New Line Cinema, 1970, published in Weekend [and] Wind from the East, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1972.

GODARD • 171 Jusqu'a la victoire (also known as Till Victory), 1970. (With Gorin) Vladimir et Rosa, Evergreen Films, 1971. One A.M. (also known as One American Movie), 1971. (With Gorin) Tout va bien, Anouchka Films, 1972, released in the United States by New Yorker, 1973. (With Gorin) A Letter to Jane, or Investigation about a Still (also known as Lettre a Jane), 1972. Id et ailleurs (also known as Here and Elsewhere), 1974. Numero deux (also known as Number Two), Societe Nouvellede Cinema, 1975. Comment ca va (also known as How Goes It), 1976. Sauve qui peut la vie (also known as La vie, Sauve qui peut, Slow Motion, and Every Man for Himself), New Yorker, 1980. Lettre a Freddy Buache, 1981. Passion, 1982, released in the United States by Artificial Eye/United Artists Classics, 1983. First Name: Carmen (also known as Prenom: Carmen), International Spectrafilm, 1984. Detective, International Spectrafilm, 1985. Hail, Mary (also known as /e vous salve Marie and The Book of Mary), Gaumont/New Yorker, 1985. Grandeur et decadence d'un petit commerce de cinema (also known as The Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company; originally made for French television), Hamster, 1986. "Armide,Mr/a, Virgin Vision, 1987. Soigne tu droite (also known as Keep up Your Right and Une place sur la terre comme au del), Gaumont, 1987. King Lear, Cannon, 1988. Le dernier mot (also known as The Last Word), 1988. On s'est tous defile, 1988. Puissance de la parole (also known as The Power of Speech), 1988. Nouvelle vague (also known as New Wave), 1990. He/as pour moi (also known as Oh, Woe Is Me; based on the play "Amphitryon 38" by Jean Giradoux), Cinema Parallel, 1993. Momentous Events: Russia in the 90s, 1993. ]LG/]LG (also known as JLG/JLG—Autoportrait de December, JLG by JLG, and ]LG/JLG—Self-Portrait in December), 1994. The Children Play Russian (documentary; also known as Les en/ants jouent a la russie), World Vision Enterprises/Cecco Films/Russian State Radio and Television Co., 1994. 2 x 50 Years of French Cinema (also known as Deux fois cinquante ans de cinema francais and The Century of Cinema), Miramax, 1995. Forever Mozart, New Yorker, 1996.

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Television: (Coauthor) 6 x 2: Sur et sous la communication (special), French television, 1977. France tour detour deux enfants (series), French television, 1978. Other Writings: (With Macha Meril) Journal d'une femme mariee (journal), Denoeel, 1965. Jean-Luc Godard: articles, essais, entretiens, P. Belfond, 1968. Godard on Godard, edited and translated by Tom Milne, Viking (New York City), 1972. Introduction a une veritable histoire du cinema, 1980. Godard par Godard, edited by Alain Bergala, Flammarion (Paris), Volume 1,1989, Volume III, 1991. Gossip columnist, Les temps de Paris, 1950. Contributor of articles and essays to periodicals. Cofounder and film critic (as Hans Lucas; with Jacques Rivette and Eric Rohmer), Gazette du cinema, 195051; film critic, Cahiers du cinema, 1952-67. OTHER SOURCES Books: Lesage, Julia,/ean-Luc Godard: A Guide to References and Resources, G. K. Hall (Boston, MA), 1979. Locke, Maryel, and Charles Warren, editors, JeanLuc Godard's Hail Mary: Women and the Sacred in Film, Southern Illinois University Press (Carbondale), 1993.*

GORDON, Eve (Eve Bennett-Gordon) PERSONAL Born in Pittsburgh, PA; daughter of Richard Bennett (a lawyer) and Mary (a history professor; maiden name, McDougall) Gordon; married Todd Waring (an actor); children: Tessa, Grace. Education: Brown University, B.A. (history, with honors), 1978; Yale University, M.F.A. (school of drama), 1981. Avocational interests: Surfing the Internet, watching classic movies. Addresses: Agent—c/o Joel Rudnick, Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Manager—Jeri Scott Management, 211

South Beverly Dr., Suite 112, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress and singer. CREDITS Stage Appearances: The Magnificent Cuckold, Yale Repertory, New Haven, CT, 1981. Sophie Barger, Baal, Kozo, New York City, 1982. Marie, The Workroom, Longwharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1982. Melissa, Herself as Lust, Playwrights Horizons Theatre, New York City, 1982. Bonnie, What I Did Last Summer, Cape Playhouse, 1982. Leone, The Vinegar Tree, Seattle Repertory Theatre, 1983. Dixie Evans, The Big Knife, Berkshire Theatre Festival, NY, 1983. Jojo, Doonesbury, NY, 1983. Hey, Stay Awhile, Theatre Songs of John Osare, West Bank Cafe, and Berskshire Theatre Festival, 1984. Sophie, Hang on to Me, Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1984. Cunegonde, Candide, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1984. Terry, Extremities, Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre, 1985. Amber, Diminished Capacity, GeVa Theatre, Rochester, NY, 1986. Rhoda, Africanis Instructus, St. Clement's Theatre, New York City, 1986. Fenichka, Fathers and Sons, Longwharf Theatre, 1988. The End of the Day, Coast Playhouse, 1994. Also appeared as Lillian Holliday, Happy End, Yale; and Charlene Loody, Pa/ace of Amateurs, Berkshire Theatre Festival; international tour, including France and Spain, with Africanis Instructus. Film Appearances: Marge Tall worth, The World According to Carp, Warner Bros., 1982. Rita, Dear Mr. Wonderful, Vonvietinghoff Productions, 1982. Dottie Kirk,Ava/on, TriStar, 1990. Rosemary, Paradise, Buena Vista, 1991. Emily Singer, Leaving Normal, Universal, 1992. Diane Szalinski, Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, Buena Vista Home Video, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Carolyn, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Buena Vista, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Judith Hastings, Gemini, Showtime, 1982. Suzie, /A/most Grown, CBS, 1988. Theresa, The Whereabouts of]enny, ABC, 1991. Amanda, The Boys (also known as The Guys), ABC, 1991. The Secret Passion of Robert Clayton, USA Network, 1992. Lisa, The Heidi Chronicles, TNT, 1995. Maggie, Dad, the Angel and Me, The Family Channel, 1995. Robi n, Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story, ABC, 1995. Gen Keenan, A Thousand Men and a Baby, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Suzie Long Foley, Almost Grown, CBS, 1988. Jordan Miller, The Powers That Be, NBC, 1992. Maureen Bowman, The Good Life, NBC, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Murphy Brown, CBS, 1989. "Of Human Bonding/' Party of Five, Fox, 1998. Something So Right, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Betsy Hamilton, George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation, CBS, 1986. Darlena, Switched at Birth, NBC, 1991. Marilyn Monroe, A Woman Named]ackie, 1991.

GRANGER, Farley 1925(?)PERSONAL Original name, Farley Earle II; born July 1, 1925 (one source says 1928), in San Jose, CA. Addresses: Contact—JayJulien, 1501 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. Career: Actor. Eva La Gallienne's National Repertory Theatre, member, 1960s; Circle Repertory Theatre, member. Military service: U.S. Armed Forces, 1944-46. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

GRANGER • 173 Awards, Honors: Daytime Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actor in a daytime drama, 1977, for One Life to Live; Obie Award, 1986, for Talley & Son. CREDITS Film Appearances: Damian, a young soldier, The North Star (also known as Armored Attack and North 5tar), RKO, 1943. Sergeant Howard Clinton, The Purple Heart, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1944. Pilot Officer Pax Masterson, Enchantment, RKO, 1948. Philip, Rope, Warner Bros., 1948. The Heiress, Paramount, 1949. Bowie, They Live by Night (also known as The Twisted Road and Your Red Wagon), RKO, 1949. Johnse Hatfield, Roseanna McCoy, RKO, 1949. Joe Norson, 5/ofe Street, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1949. Chuck, Our Very Own, RKO, 1950. Thomas Gibson Jr., "Mademoiselle" segment, The Story of Three Loves (also known as Equilibrium and Three Stories of Love), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1950. Martin Lynn, Edge of Doom (also known as Stronger Than Fear), RKO, 1950. Jack Greer, / Want You, RKO, 1951. Guy Haines, Strangers on a Train, Warner Bros., 1951. Bill Denny, Behave Yourself (also known as Behave Yourself!), RKO, 1951. Jim, 'The Gift of the Magi," O. Henry's Full House (also known as Full House), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1952. Niels, Hans Christian Andersen, RKO, 1952. Rick Belrow Livingston, Small Town Girl, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1953. Lieutenant Franz Mahler, 5enso (also known asSenso the Serpent, The Wanton Contessa, and The Wanton Countess), Lux Films, 1954. Nicky Bradna, The Naked Street (also known as Naked Street), United Artists, 1955. Harry K. Thaw, The Girl on the Red Velvet Swing, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1955. Rogue's Gallery, Paramount, 1967. The Chief of Homicide, Pathe/Associated British, 1969. Qualcosa Striscia nel Buio (also known as Shadows in the Dark and Something Creeping in the Dark), [Italy], 1970. Major Harriman, Lo Chiamavano Trinita (also known as They Call Me Trinity), [Italy], 1970.

174 • GRANGER Judge Niland, Lo Chiamavano Mezzogiorno (also known as A Man Called Noon, The Man Called Noon, and Un Hombre Llamado Noon), National General, 1972. Amuck (also known as Leather and Whips, Maniac, Maniac Mansion, Replica of a Crime, and Alia Ricerca del P/acere), Group I, 1972. Computer programming director, The Serpent (also known as Night Flight from Moscow, Die Schlange, II Serpente, and Le Serpent), AvcoEmbassy, 1973. Evan Lyons, Arnold, Cinerama, 1973. Rivelazioni di un Maniaco Sessuale al Capo della Squadra Mobile (also known as Bad Girls, Confessions of a Sex Maniac, The Slasher, The Slasher Is a Sex Maniac, So Naked, So Dead, and So Sweet, So Dead), William Mishkin, 1973. Infamia, Emaus Films/Metheus Film, 1974. La Polizia Chiede Aiuto (also known as The Police Request Help and What Have They Done to Your Daughters?), [Italy], 1975. The Prisoner of Zenda, Universal, 1979. Sheriff George Fraser, Rosemary's Killer (also known as The Graduation and The Prowler), Sandhurst, 1981. Douglas Andrews, Deathmask (also known as Unknown), 1984. The Ambassador, The Imagemaker, Castle Hill, 1986. Pavel, Very Close Quarters, Cable Star, 1986. Himself, The Celluloid Closet, Sony Pictures Classics, 1995. Also appeared in Arrowsmith, Brass Ring, The CoEd Murders, A Crime for a Crime, Kill Me, My Love, The Painter and the Red Head (also known as The Redhead with the Translucent Skin), Planet Venus, Savage Lady, Summer Hurricane, The Syndicate, Those Days in the Sun, and The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm.

Television Appearances; Series: Dr. Will Vernon, One Life to Live, ABC, 1970-77. Earl Mitchell, As the World Turns, CBS, 1986-88. Television Appearances; Movies: Nealy, The Challengers, CBS, 1969. David Ames, The Lives of Jenny Do/an, NBC, 1975. Martin Caine, The Widow, NBC, 1976. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Splendid with Swords/' Schlitz Playhouse of Stars CBS, 1955. "Incident in an Alley/7 The U.S. Steel Hour, ABC, later CBS, 1955.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Caesar and Cleopatra/' Producers' Showcase, NBC, 1956. "Pistolero," Robert Montgomery Presents, NBC, 1956. "Faceless Enemy/' Climax, CBS, 1956. "Seidman and Son/' Playhouse 90, CBS, 1956. "Stand by to Dive," Ford Theater (also known as The Ford Television Theater), ABC, 1956. "Men against Speed," The 20th Century-Fox Hour, CBS, 1956. "The Clay Pigeon," Robert Montgomery Presents, NBC, 1957. "The Bottle Imp," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1957. "Circle of Fear," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1957. "Man in a Trance," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1957. "The Clouded Image," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. "The Charles Avery Story," Wagon Train, NBC, 1957. "Beyond This Place," DuPont Show of the Month, CBS, 1957. "Come to Me," Kraft Television Theater, NBC, 1957. "The Hidden River," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1958. "The Wound Within," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1958. "Arrowsmith," DuPont Show of the Month, CBS, 1960. "The Inn of the Flying Dragon," Dow Hour of Great Mysteries, NBC, 1960. "Born a Giant," Our American Heritage, NBC, 1960. "The Prisoner of Zenda," DuPont Show of the Month, CBS, 1961. "The Heiress," Family Classics, CBS, 1961. "Nightmare," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1966. "The Shock of Recognition," Run for Your Life, NBC, 1966. "Blind Man's Bluff," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1967. "Eat, Drink and Be Buried," Ironside, NBC, 1967. "Hondo and the Apache Kid," Hondo, ABC, 1967. Billet, "Supersonic Boom," Get Smart, NBC, 1967. "What Flowers Daisies Are," Outsider, NBC, 1968. "The Ordeal," Name of the Game, NBC, 1968. "Out for the Money," Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1969. "The Loner," Medical Center, CBS, 1969. "The Haunting of Penthouse D," The Wide World of Mystery, ABC, 1974. "The Midas Touch," The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1974. Nakia, ABC, 1974. "The Adventure of Auld Lang Syne," £//ery Queen, NBC, 1975. "Scavenger's Paradise," Matt Helm, ABC, 1975. "Million Dollar Baby," Medical Story, NBC, 1975.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "The KLAE Dynasty/' The Invisible Man, NBC, 1975. "Matchmaker, Matchmaker Times Two/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. 'Tain Killer/' Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1984. "A Matter of Taste," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "Call Me Grandma," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. Jerome Ashcroft, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1989. "Malcolm," Monsters, 1990. Also appeared in The Arthur Murray Party, ABC, Dumont, CBS, and NBC; Kojak, CBS and ABC; Masquerade Party, NBC, CBS, ABC, and syndicated; and Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, CBS. Television Appearances; Specials: Laura, ABC, 1968. The Thrill of Gen/us (also known as Hitchcock: II Brividio del Cen/o), 1985. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Enos Sutton, Black Beauty, NBC, 1978. Stage Appearances: First Impressions, New York City, 1959. Sidney Bruhl, Deathtrap, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1981. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1982. Prior, Outward Bound, Apple Corps Theatre, New York City, 1984. Eldon, Talley & Son, Circle Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1985. Appeared in Advise and Consent, Brigadoon, The Crucible, The Class Menagerie, The King and I, The Sea Cull (also known as The Seagull), and The Warm Peninsula, all Broadway productions, New York City; also appeared in The Carefree Tree and A Month in the Country, both off-Broadway productions. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: The Advocate, August 20, 1996, pp. 713-714.

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Frae Ella (Berry) Grassle; married Leon Russom (divorced 1969); married J. Allen Radford, 1982 (divorced 1987); married Scott T. Sutherland; children: (second marriage) Lily Kathleen. Education: University of California at Berkeley, B.A., 1964; trained for the stage at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, 1965. Addresses: Manager—Meyer Brandon Shapiro, 4929 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1060, Los Angeles, CA 90010. Career: Actress and writer. Performer with Memphis Repertory Company, 1965-66, and Cincinnati Repertory Company, Cincinnati, OH, 1970; Resource Theatre Company, Santa Fe, NM, cofounder. Volunteer for civic groups, including Easter Seals. Member: American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America, Actors' Equity Association, National Organization for Women, Amnesty International, National Abortion Rights Action League. Awards, Honors: Fulbright fellow, 1965; Public Service Award, Women's Transitional Living Center, Orange County, CA, 1979; award from American Women in Radio and Television, 1979; Public Service Award, Riverside County Coalition against Domestic Violence, 1983. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Lady Mortimer, Henry IV, Part I, Actors Workshop of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 1962. The Gingham Dog, Golden Theatre, New York City, 1968. Butterflies Are Free, New York City, 1969-70. Cymbeline, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1970. Sweet Sue, New York City, 1987. ]oy,Shadowlands, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 1993-94. Paulina, Death and the Maiden, Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1993-94. Kate, Dancing at Lughnasa, Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1994-95. Sue, Ann Bean, and other roles, Trudy Blue, Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1994-95. Mona, Middle-Aged White Guys, Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1994-95. Also appeared in Let's Lunch.

176 • GUORONG Stage Work; Director: Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Santa Fe, NM, 1990. Waiting for Godot, 1991. Television Appearances; Series: Caroline Ingalls, Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1974-82. Also appeared in Love of Life, CBS. Television Appearances; Movies: Caroline Ingalls, Little House on the Prairie, NBC, 1974. Donna Morton, The President's Mistress, CBS, 1978. Battered, NBC, 1978. Crisis in Mid-Air, CBS, 1979. Cocaine: One Man's Poison, NBC, 1983. Caroline Ingalls, Little House: The Last Farewell, NBC, 1984. Ellen Holland, Between the Darkness and the Dawn, NBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Wiving," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1974.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Then There Were Two/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Hote/, ABC, 1983. Christine, "Murder in a Minor Key/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Fay Hewitt, "Harbinger of Death/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Television Appearances; Specials: Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1976. Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1977. "Emily, Emily/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1977. Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1980. Film Appearances: Harry's War, Taft, 1981. Mrs. Sutherland, Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. WRITINGS Teleplays; Movies: (With Cynthia Lovelace Sears) Battered, NBC, 1978.*

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Stage Appearances: Robin Rhodes, The Complaisant Lover, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1961. Second Lieutenant John Truly, Conduct Unbecoming, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1970. Sandy Tyrrell, Hay Fever, Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1984. Juno and the Paycock, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1974. Travesties, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1976-77. The Importance of Being Earnest, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1976-77. Film Appearances: Lord of the Flies, Continental Distributing, 1963. Friedrich, The Sound of Music (also known as The Rebel Novice Nun), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1965. Peter Lindner, Skyjacked (also known as Sky Terror), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Superdad, Buena Vista, 1973. Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Spider-Man, ColumbiaWarner Distributors, 1977. Ferdinand, The Tempest [video], 1983. Beyond My Reach, 1990. The Black Cobra 2, 1990. Ian Wall, Emerald City, 1991. Detective Simms, Frauds, Live America Inc., 1993.

Marty Merritt, Paradise Road, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Peter Parker/Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man (also known as Spider-Man), CBS, 1978-79. CIA agent, Embassy, 1990. Jack Koper, Mercury, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Walters, Rich Man, Poor Man (also known as Rich Man, Poor Man—Book I), ABC, 1976. Commander Arthur Black, The Martian Chronicles, NBC, 1980. Sean O'Manion and Padraic O'Manion, The Manions of America, ABC, 1981. Major Frey, Frankie's House, Arts and Entertainment, 1993. Sir Ivor Creevey-Thorne, Mirror, Mirror, 1995. Dennis Conor, The Challenge, 1996. Saxon, Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Evan Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones, ABC, 1971. Ron Werner, Outrage (also known as Outrage!), ABC, 1973. Brad Jensen, Law of the Land, NBC, 1976. Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Spider-Man Strikes Back (also known as The Deadly Dust and Spider-Man: The Deadly Dust), CBS, 1978. Peter Parker/Spider-Man, The Chinese Web, CBS, 1978. Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge, CBS, 1979. Arthur, Trouble in Paradise, CBS, 1989. Irresistible Force, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: "A Killer with a Badge," Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law, ABC, 1972.

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Doug Simpson, "The Subject Was Noses/' The Brady Bunch, ABC, 1973. "The Townie," The Waltons, CBS, 1973. "Women for Sale/' Gunsmoke, CBS, 1973. "The Banzai Pipeline/' Hawaii F/Ve-O, CBS, 1974. Dirty Sally, CBS, 1974. "Double Solitaire/' Conflicts, PBS, 1974. "Thirteen Going on Twenty," Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1974. "Thirty a Month and Found," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1974. "Blood Money," Petrocelli, NBC, 1976. Family, ABC, 1976. "Requiem for a Saddle Bronc Buster," Hawaii FiveO, CBS, 1977. Tye, "The Innocent Prey," Fantastic Journey, NBC, 1977. "The Army Deserter," The Oregon Trail, NBC, 1977. Harold, "Yes Nicholas, There Is a Santa Claus," Eight Is Enough, ABC, 1977. Hal 14, "Judas Goat," Logan's Run, CBS, 1977. "The Lady on Thursday at Ten," Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1978. "Where Have You Been, Billy Boy,"5upertra/n, NBC, 1979. "Haven't We Met Before?," The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. "Foiled Again," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1982. Da/las, CBS, 1982. Jeff Daley, "Legacy," Two Marriages, ABC, 1983. "Till Death Do Us Part," Crazy Like a Fox, CBS, 1985. Todd Worthy, "Murder in the Afternoon," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Woodward, Mission: Impossible, ABC, 1989. Quarantine doctor, "Monkey Island,"Flipper, 1995.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Brad Jensen, Law of the Land, NBC, 1976. Peter Parker/Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man (also known as Spider-Man), CBS, 1977. Jack Travis, The Home Front, CBS, 1980. Reverend Tull, The Ac/ventures of Pollyanna, CBS, 1982.*

HAMPTON, Christopher 1946PERSONAL Full name, Christopher James Hampton; born January 26,1946, in Fayal, Azores; son of Bernard Patrick (a marine telecommunications engineer) and Dorothy Patience (Herrington) Hampton; married Laura Margaret de Holesch (a social worker), 1971; chil-

dren: two daughters. Education: Oxford University, B.A. (French and German), 1968, also received M.A. from Oxford University. Avocat/ona/interests: Travel, cinema. Addresses: Home—London, England. Agent—c/o William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Playwright, director, producer, and lyricist. Schauspielhaus, Hamburg, West Germany, report writer, 1967; translator of lectures on James Joyce, Paris, France, 1967; Royal Court Theatre, London, England, resident dramatist, 1968-70. Member: Dramatists Club, Royal Society of Literature (fellow, 1976—, and council member, 1984—). Awards, Honors: Plays and Players London Critics Award, best play, and Evening Standard Award, best comedy, both 1970, for The Philanthropist; Variety New York Drama Critics Poll, most promising playwright, 1971; (cowinner) Plays and Players London Critics Award, best play, 1973, and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Playwriting Award, distinguished theatrical productions and performances, 1975, both for Savages; Evening Standard Award, best comedy, 1983, for Tales from Hollywood; Plays and Players London Critics Award, best play, 1985, Time Out Award, best production, 1986, London Standard Award, best play, 1986, Olivier Award, best play, 1986, New York Drama Critics Circle Award, best foreign play, 1987, and Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best play, 1988, all for Les Liaisons Dangereuses; British Academy Award, best television film, 1986, for Hotel du Lac; Prix Italia, 1988, for The Good Father; Academy Award, best screenplay (adaptation) and British Academy Award, best screenplay (adapted), 1989, both for Dangerous Liaisons; Special Jury Prize and Golden Palm nomination, Cannes Film Festival, 1995, both for Carrington; Antoinette Perry Awards, best original score and best book of a musical, 1995, for Sunset Boulevard; Special Jury Prize, Cannes Film Festival, 1995, for Mary Reilly. CREDITS Film Work: Coproducer, Dangerous Liaisons, Warner Bros., 1988. Director, Carrington, Gramercy Pictures, 1995. Director, The Secret /Agent (also known as Joseph Conrad's Secret Agent and Secret Agent), Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Film Appearances: The judge, Total Eclipse, Fine Line Features, 1995. RECORDINGS

Albums: (With Don Black) Lyrics and book, Sunset Boulevard: From "Sunset Boulevard," H. Leonard, 1995. WRITINGS

Stage Plays: When Did You Last See My Mother?, Royal Court Theatre, then Comedy Theatre, both London, England, 1966, later Young People's Repertory Theatre, Sheridan Square Playhouse, New York City, 1967 and Bac Main, 1996, published by Faber and Faber, 1967, then Grove Press, 1967. Total Eclipse, Royal Court Theatre, 1968, then in Washington, DC, 1972, later in New York City, 1974 and Greenwich Theatre, London, England, 1993, published by Faber and Faber, 1969, then Samuel French, Inc., 1972, revised version produced in London, England, 1981, published by Faber and Faber, 1981. The Philanthropist: A Bourgeois Comedy (also known as The Philanthropist), Royal Court Theatre, then May Fair Theatre, London, England, both 1970, then Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1972, later Wyndham's Theatre, London, England, 1991, and New Haven, CT, 1991, published by Faber and Faber, 1970, then by Samuel French, Inc., 1971, revised version published by Faber and Faber, 1985. Savages, Royal Court Theatre, then Comedy Theatre, both 1973, later Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1974, then Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1977, published by Faber and Faber, 1974, revised version published by Samuel French, Inc., 1977. Treats, Royal Court Theatre, then May Fair Theatre, both 1976, then Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis, IN, 1980, and later Hampstead Theatre, London, England, 1989-90, published by Faber and Faber, 1976, then Samuel French, Inc., 1976. (Adaptor) Signed and Sealed, Comedy Theatre, 1976. After Mercer, London, England, 1980. The Prague Trial, Paris Studio, Paris, France, 1980, later at Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, England, 1989. (With Ronald Harwood) A Night of the Day of the Imprisoned Writer, London, England, 1981.

HAMPTON • 179 (Adaptor) The Portage to San Cristobal of A. H., Mermaid Theatre, London, England, 1982, then Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1982, published by Faber and Faber, 1983. Tales from Hollywood, Mark Taper Forum, 1982, later London, England, 1983, then La MaMa, New York City, 1993, published by Faber and Faber, 1983. Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Royal Shakespeare Company, Other Place Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1985, then London, England, 1986, later Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1987, Virginia Stage Company, Norfolk, VA, 1988, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1988-89, Caldwell Theatre Company, Boca Raton, FL, 1989-90, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1989-90, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 1989-90, published by Faber and Faber, 1985. White Chameleon, National Theatre Company, Cottlesloe Theatre, London, England, 1991, published by Faber and Faber, 1991. (Adaptor with Martha Clarke) Alice's Adventures Under Ground, National Theatre Company, Cottlesloe Theatre, both 1994, published by Faber and Faber, 1995. Stage Plays; Translator and Adaptor: Marya, Royal Court Theatre, 1967, then Jewish Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1981, and the Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1990, published in Plays of the Year 35, Elek, 1969. Uncle Vanya, Royal Court Theatre, 1970, published in Plays of the Year 39, Elek, 1971. Hedda Cabler, Ibsen Festival Theatre, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1970, then Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1981, then Almeida Theatre, 1984, then Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1985, later Olivier Theatre, London, England, 1989, Kings Head Theatre, 1990, Holland Park, 1993, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1994, and Etcetera, New York City, 1995, published by Samuel French, Inc., 1971, and by Faber and Faber, 1989. A Doll's House, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1971, then Criterion Theatre, London, England, 1973, Etcetera, 1994 and 1995, and Bac, 1996, published by Samuel French, Inc., 1972, also served as translator for the Faber and Faber publication, 1989. Don Juan, Theatre Royal, Bristol, England, 1972, then Gate Theatre, 1995, published by Faber and Faber, 1974.

180 • HAMPTON Tales from the Vienna Woods, National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, London, England, 1977, then Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1978, and Louisville, KY, 1991, published by Faber and Faber, 1977. Don Juan Comes Back from the War, National Theatre Company, Cottesloe Theatre, London, England, 1978, then Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1979, published by Faber and Faber, 1978. Ghosts, Key Theatre, Peterborough, England, 1978, later Portland, ME, 1988, published by Samuel French, Inc., 1983. The Wild Duck, National Theatre Company, Olivier Theatre, 1979, published by Faber and Faber, 1980, then Samuel French, Inc., 1981. Tartuffe, or The Imposter, Royal Shakespeare Company, London, England, 1983, published by Faber and Faber, 1984. Faith, Hope and Charity, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, 1989. Art, Wyndam's Theatre, 1996. Screenplays: A Doll's House, Paramount, 1973. Beyond the Limit (also known as The Honorary Consul), Paramount, 1983. The Good Father, Skouras, 1986. The Wolf at the Door, Manson, 1986. (With Maximilian Schell) Tales from the Vienna Woods (also known as Geschichten aus dem Wiener-Wald), Constantin, 1979, published by Suhrkamp, 1979. Dangerous Liaisons, Warner Bros., 1988, published by Faber and Faber, 1989. Carrington, Gramercy Pictures, 1995, published by Faber and Faber, 1995. Total Eclipse, Fine Line Features, 1995. Mary Reilly, TriStar, 1996. The Secret Agent (also known as Joseph Conrad's the Secret Agent and Secret Agent), Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Teleplays; Specials: Abie's Will, 1977, published by Faber and Faber, 1979. (Adaptor) The History Man, BBC, 1981. Hotel du Lac, BBC, then Arts and Entertainment, 1986. "The Ginger Tree/' BBC, later on Masterpiece Theatre, 1990. (Adaptor from his play) "Tales from Hollywood/' American Playhouse, PBS, 1992. Also wrote Marya, The Philanthropist, Savages, Total Eclipse, and Treats. Radio Plays: 2 Children Free to Wander (documentary), 1969. Don]uan, BBC Radio 3, 1970. The Prague Trial 79 (from a story by Patrice Chereau and Ariane Mnouchkine), 1980. Stage lyrics: (With Don Black) Sunset Boulevard, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Adelphi Theatre, 1993, then Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, and Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1994. Criticism: The Ideology of the Text, Open University Press, 1990. Theatrical Writings: (With Don Black) Author of book (libretto), Sunset Boulevard, H. Leonard, 1995. Compilations: The Philanthropist with Total Eclipse, Faber and Faber, 1991. Other: Contributor to periodicals, including the Guardian and the Independent. OTHER SOURCES

Screenplays; Unproduced: When Did You Last See My Mother?, 1966. The Tenant, 1972. A Temporary Life, 1974. The Moon and Sixpence, 1975. The Last Secret, 1979. Composer of Songs for Films: "With One Look," In and Out (also known as In & Out), Paramount, 1997.

Books: Free, William J., Christopher Hampton: An Introduction to his Plays, edited by Dal Salwek, Borgo Press (San Bernardino, CA), 1994. Christopher Hampton: A Casebook, edited by Robert Gross, Garland Publishers (New York), 1990. Periodicals: Back Stage West, November 14, 1996, p. 6.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Guardian (London), April 28, 1993, pp. S6-S7; September^, 1995, pp. 2.12-2.13. Independent,.October 9, 1996, pp. S4-S5. Variety, June 19, 1995, p. 8.*

HOLLIMAN, Earl 1928(Henry Earl Holliman) PERSONAL Full name, Henry Earl Holliman; born September 11, 1928, in Delhi, LA. Education: Attended University of Southern California. Addresses: Manager—Arlene Dayton, 10110 Empyrean Way, Suite 304, Los Angeles, CA 90067.

HOLLIMAN • 181 Buddy Duval, Hot Spell, 1958. Rick Belden, Last Train from Gun Hill, 1959. Tippy Anderson, The Trap (also known as The Baited Trap), 1959. Conrad, Visit to a Small Planet, Paramount, 1960. Sgt. Mike, Armoured Command, Allied Artists, 1961. Archie Kramer, Summer and Smoke, 1961. Matt Elder, The Sons of Katie Elder, Paramount, 1965. Brian Talbot,/A Covenant with Death, Warner Bros., 1967. Talbot Scott, The Power, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Sgt. Stimmler, Anzio (also known as The Battle for Anzio and Lo Sbarco di Anzio), Columbia, 1968. Cal Finch, Smoke, 1969. Harve McNeil, The Biscuit Eater, 1972. Ed Eckles, Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff (also known as Secret Yearnings, The Shaming, and The Sin), 1979. Hotchkins,5/iarA:ey's Machine, Warner Bros., 1981.

Career: Actor. Military service: Served in U.S. Navy. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Actors and Others for Animals (president, 1976—).

Television Appearances; Series: Sundance, Hotel de Paree, CBS, 1959-60. Mitch Guthrie, The Wide Country, NBC, 1962-63. Sgt. Bill Crowley, Police Woman, NBC, 1974-78. Matthew Durning, P.S.I. Luv U, CBS, 1991-92. Darden Towe, Delta, ABC, 1992-93. Frank Dominus, NightMan, syndicated, 1997.

Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award, best supporting actor in a film, 1957, for The Rainmaker; Golden Globe Award nomination, best supporting actor in a television series, 1993, for Delta.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Luddie Mueller, The Thorn Birds, ABC, 1983.

CREDITS Film Appearances: (As Henry Earl Holliman) Cupid, fast of Sumatra, 1953. Girls of Pleasure Island, 1953. Destination Cobi, 1953. Joe, Devil's Canyon, 1953. Happy Jackfield, Tennessee Champ, 1954. Denny, Broken Lance, 1954. Nestor Gamidge, The Bridge at Toko-Ri, Paramount, 1955. Mingo, Big Combo, Allied Artists, 1955. / Died a Thousand Times, 1955. Cookie, Forbidden Planet, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Morton, The Burning Hills, Warner Bros., 1956. Bob Dace, Giant, Warner Bros., 1956. Jim Curry, The Rainmaker, Paramount, 1956. Charles Bassett, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Paramount, 1957. Trooper Hook, United Artists, 1957. Adam Garrett, Don't Go Near the Water, 1957.

Television Appearances; Movies: Tribes (also known as The Soldier Who Declared Peace), ABC, 1970. Cannon, CBS, 1971. The Desperate Mission, ABC, 1971. Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1971. David Moore, Trapped (also known as Doberman Patro/),ABC, 1973. Cry Panic, ABC, 1974. Tom Chandler, / Love You, Goodbye, ABC, 1974. Ray Church, Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn, NBC, 1977. Dave Keyes, The Solitary Man, CBS, 1979. Buck, Where the Ladies Go, ABC, 1980. Wade Purcell, Country Gold, CBS, 1982. Jake Flagg, Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge (also known as Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge City), CBS, 1987. Krab Hogan,/4mer/can Harvest (also known as/Above the Fruited Plain, Golden Harvest, and Race against the Harvest), CBS, 1987. Television Work; Movies: Song performer, "Love Is Just a Game," Where the Ladies Go, ABC, 1980.

182 • HOLLIMAN Television Appearances; Episodic: 'The Dark Side of the Earth/' Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. "The Battle for Wednesday Night," Kraft Theatre, NBC, 1958. "The Sea Is Boiling Hot/' Kraft Theatre, NBC, 1958. "The Man with the Pointed Toes/' Matinee Theatre, NBC, 1958. "The Lady Died at Midnight," Studio One, CBS, 1958. "The Return of Ansel Gibbels," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958. "Silent Thunder," Desilu Playhouse, CBS, 1958. Mike Ferris, "Where Is Everybody?" (series pilot), TwilightZone, CBS, 1959. Paul Williams, "Killer in the House," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1961. "The Dispossessed," West/nghouse Presents, CBS, 1961. "The Stubborn Stumbos," Bus Stop, ABC, 1962. "Second Chance," Alcoa Premiere, ABC, 1962. "The Troubled Heart," General Electric Theatre, CBS, 1962. "The Bold and the Tough," Checkmate, CBS, 1962. "Teeth of the Lion," Great Adventure, CBS, 1964. "The Flannel-Mouth Gun," Bonanza, NBC, 1965. "The Ticket," Twelve O'clock High, ABC, 1965. "The Wings of Hope," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "Ring of Silence," The Virginian, NBC, 1965. "The Hero/' Slattery's People, CBS, 1965. "The Good Guys and the Bad Guys," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965. "Special Delivery," The FBI, ABC, 1966. "No Law against Murder,"/ucW, for the Defense, ABC, 1968. "A Man Called Smith," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1969. "Neither Punch nor Judy," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1969. "Confrontation," Insight, syndicated, 1970. "Smoke," World of Disney, NBC, 1970. "Situation Red," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1970. "The Quest," The FBI, ABC, 1970. "Hackett," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1970. "The Target," Ironside, NBC, 1971. "Montserrat," Hollywood Television Theatre, PBS, 1971. Wheat Carlson, "The Day They Hanged Kid Curry," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1971. "Dynasty of Hate," The FBI, ABC, 1971. "Suspected," Medical Center, CBS, 1971. "A Very Special Piece of Ground," The Rookies, ABC, 1972. "Shadier," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1973. Medical Center, CBS, 1973. "The Boy and the Bronc Buster," World of Disney, NBC, 1973. "The Payoff," The FBI, ABC, 1973.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Chris Conway, "The Stamp of Death," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. "Wine, Women, and War," The Six Million Dollar Man, ABC, 1973. "Fingerprint," Police Story, NBC, 1974. "Chips Goes Roller Disco," CHiPs, NBC, 1979. "Roller Disco: Part 2," ChiPs, NBC, 1979. "The Great 5k Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party," CHiPs, NBC/1980. "Separations," Hotel, ABC, 1986. Sheriff Tanner, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Himself, "Hey Now," The Larry Sanders Show, HBO, 1992. Wayne Platte, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1993. Fred Duffy, "Caroline and the Twenty-Eight-Pound Walleye," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1995. Interviewee, "Burt Lancaster: Daring to Reach," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Host and narrator, Wildside, syndicated, 1986. The Hollywood Christmas Parade, 1988 and 1989. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1990. The 61st Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, 1992. Host, The 7th Annual Genesis Awards, 1993. The Golden Globe's 50th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1994. Presenter, The 9th Annual Genesis Awards, 1995. Also sang and danced on the/ohn Davidson Special and on the People's Choice Awards, c. 1977. Stage Appearances: Kilroy, Cam/no Real, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1968. Mitch, A Streetcar Named Desire, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1972. RECORDINGS: Singer on recordings with Prep, then Capitol Records, 1958-60, then Hi-Fi Records, 1963.

HOLLIMAN, Henry Earl See HOLLIMAN, Earl

HOLM, Ian 1931PERSONAL Full name, Ian Holm Cuthbert; born September 12, 1931, in Goodmayes, llford, Essex, England; son of

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume / 9 James Harvey (a doctor) and Jean Wilson (Holm) Cuthbert; married Lynn Mary Shaw, 1955 (divorced, 1965); married Sophie Baker, 1982 (divorced); married Penelope Wilton; children: (first marriage) one son, three daughters; (second marriage) one son. Education: Studied for the stage at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Avocational interests: Tennis, walking with a dog. Addresses: Agent—c/o William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Member of Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1954-55, later called the Royal Shakespeare Company, 1958-67. Awards, Honors: Evening Standard, best actor award, 1965, for Henry V; Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting actor, 1967, for The Homecoming; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, best supporting actor, 1968, for The Bofors Cun; British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award, Cannes International Film Festival Award, and Academy Award nomination, all for best supporting actor, all 1981, for Chariots of Fire; Award for Cable Excellence, National Cable Television Association, best actor in a theatrical or dramatic special, 1988, for The Browning Version; Genie Award nomination, best performance by an actor in a leading role, 1997, for The 5weet Hereafter; named commander of the Order of the British Empire. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Spear carrier, Othello, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1954. Donalbain, Macbeth, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1955. Mutius, Titus Andronicus, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1955. Rupert Bliss, Love Affair, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, England, 1956. Peter, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1958. Sebastian, Twelfth Night, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1958. Verges, Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1958. Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1959. Fool, King Lear, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1959.

HOLM • 183 Lorenzo, The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1960. Gremio, The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1960. Trofimov, The Cherry Orchard, Aldwych Theatre, London, England, 1961. First Judge, Ondine, Aldwych Theatre, 1961. Mannoury, The Devils, Aldwych Theatre, 1961. Little monk, Becket, Aldwych Theatre, 1961. Gremio, The Taming of the Shrew, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1962. Claudio, Measure for Measure, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1962. Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1962. Troilus, Troilus andCressida, Aldwych Theatre, 1962. Ariel, The Tempest, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1963. Richard, Edward IV, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1963. Title role, Richard III, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1963. Henry, Prince of Wales, Henry IV, Part One, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1964. Henry, Prince of Wales, Henry IV, Part Two, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1964. Title role, Henry V, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1964. Richard, Edward IV, Aldwych Theatre, 1964. Title role, Richard III, Aldwych Theatre, 1964. Lenny, The Homecoming, Aldwych Theatre, 1965. The Investigator, Aldwych Theatre, 1965. Malvolio, Twelfth Night, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1966. Romeo, Romeo and Juliet, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1967. Lenny, The Homecoming, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1967. Manfred, The Friends, Round House Theatre, London, England, 1970. Nelson, A Bequest to the Nation, Haymarket Theatre Royal, London, England, 1970. Buddy, Caravaggio Buddy, Traverse Theatre Club, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1972. Hatch, The Sea, Royal Court Theatre, London, England, 1973. Dave, Other People, Hampstead Theatre, London, England, 1974. The Iceman Cometh, 1976. Andy, Moonlight, Almeida Theatre, London, England, 1993. Duff, Landscape, Cottesloe Theatre, London, England, 1994. Title role, King Lear, Royal National Theatre, 199798.

184 • HOLM Major Tours: Mutius, Titus Andronicus, European cities, 1956. Title role, King Lear, Turkish and Greek cities, 1997.

Film Appearances: Gunner Flynn, The Bofors Gun, Universal, 1968. Grubeshov, The Fixer, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Eagle, 1969. President Poincare, Oh! What a Lovely War, Paramount, 1969. Yakovlev, Nicholas and Alexandra, Columbia, 1971. David Riccio, Mary, Queen of Scots, Universal, 1971. Martin Lynch-Gibbon, A Severed Head, Columbia, 1971. George E. Buckle, Young Winston, Columbia, 1972. Lenny, The Homecoming, American Film Theatre, 1973. Nicholas Porter, Juggernaut, United Artists, 1974. King John, Robin and Marian, Columbia, 1976. Mohammed, Shout at the Dev/7, American International, 1976. El Krim, March or Die, Columbia, 1977. Ash, Alien, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Sam Mussabini, Chariots of Fire, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1981. Napoleon, Time Bandits, Avco-Embassy, 1981. Narration, Battle For the Falklands, 1982. Dr. Gilbert Anderson, The Return of the Soldier (also known as Return of the Soldier), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Captaine Phillippe D'Arnot, Greystoke: The Legend ofTarzan, Lord of the Apes, Warner Bros., 1984. Ben Singleton, Laughterhouse (also known as Singleton's Pluck), Film Four International, 1984. Mr. Kurtzmann, Brazil, Universal, 1985. Desmond Cussen, Dance with a Stranger, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1985. Reverend Charles L. Dodgson, also known as Lewis Carroll, Dreamchild, Universal, 1985. Stanley Pilborough, Wetherfay, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1985. Ken, Another Woman, Orion, 1988. Captain Fluellen, Henry V, The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1989. Polonius, Hamlet, Warner Bros., 1990. Doctor Murnau, Kafka, Miramax, 1991. Tom Frost, Naked Lunch, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1991. Narrator, The Fever, 1992. Albertus, The Advocate (also known as The Hour of the P/g), Miramax, 1994. Victor's father, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (also known as Frankenstein), TriStar, 1994.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Dr. Willis, The Madness of King George (also known as The Madness of George ///), The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1994. Pascal, Big Night (also known as The Big Night, Pasta e Fagioli, and Pasta e Fasule), The Samuel Goldwyn Company, 1996. Water bailiff, Loch Ness (also known as Lochness and Shadow Chaser), Gramercy Pictures, 1996. Liam Casey, Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997. Cornelius, The Fifth Element (also known as The 5th Element, Le Cinquieme Element, Zaltman, and Zaltman Bieros), Columbia Pictures, 1997. Mitchell Stephens, The Sweet Hereafter (also known as De Beaux Lendemains), Fine Line Features, 1997. Naville, A Life Less Ordinary, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Old John, Incognito, Warner Bros., 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: Dural, The Man in the Iron Mask, NBC, 1977. Gatekeeper, The Thief of Baghdad, NBC, 1978. Thenardier, Les Miserables, CBS, 1978. Himmelstoss, All Quiet on the Western Front, CBS, 1979. J. Bruce Ismay, S.O.S. Titanic, ABC, 1979. Control, The End/ess Game, 1990. Sir Hector, Blue Ice, HBO, 1993. The Deep B/ue Sea, 1994. Also appeared in Napoleon and We the Accused. Television Appearances; Specials: Wedderburn, The Rebel, 1975. Narrator, /Arena: Bette Davis—The Benevolent Volcano, BBC, 1983. Miss Morison's Ghosts, 1983. Andrew Crocker-Harris, The Browning Version, Arts & Entertainment, 1987. Eustace Edgehill, Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill, 1987. Title role, The Tailor of Gloucester, ITV, 1989, then Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Narrator, Stalin (documentary), ITV, 1990. Hercule Poirot, Murder by the Book, 1990. The Last Romantics, 1991. Astrov, Uncle Vanya, BBC, later on Great Performances, PBS, 1991. Classic Mel: The Making of Mel Gibson's Hamlet, HBO, 1991. Narrator, Elizabeth R: A Year in the Life of the Queen, PBS, 1992. Narrator, Highgrove: Nature's Kingdom, PBS, 1995. Narrator, The Churchills, PBS, 1996. Title role, King Lear, BBC, 1998.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Also appeared in The Lost Boys. Television Appearances; Series: Narrator, Television, Granada Television, 1985. Eustace Edgehill, Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill, 1985. Bernard Samson, Came, Set and Match, Granada Television, 1988. Narrator, Spaceship Earth: A Global Geography, 1991. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Draw Me a Pear/' The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1965. "The Stuff of Madness," Mistress of Suspense, ITV, 1990. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Zerah, Jesus of Nazareth, NBC, 1977. Heinrich Himmler, Holocaust, NBC, 1978. Joseph Goebbels, Inside the Third Reich, ABC, 1982. Lorenzo De Medici, A Season of Giants (also known as Michelangelo: The Last Giant), 1991. Pod, The Borrowers, TNT, 1993. Pod, The Return of the Borrowers, TNT, 1996. Radio Appearances: Appeared as Frodo Baggins, The Lord of the Rings, BBC Radio. SIDELIGHTS Ian Holm earlier told CTFTthat his favorite roles include Richard III, Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Gremio in The Taming of the Shrew. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Back Stage, June 20, 1997, pp. 17-18. Guardian, January 20, 1994, p. 2.7; September 19, 1997, pp.T6-T7. New Statesman and Society, September 17, 1993, p. 36. Times (London, England), August 31, 1993, p. 27.*

HOPKINS, Bo 1942PERSONAL Born February 2, 1942, in Greenville, SC; married second wife, Sian Eleanor, 1989; children: (first marriage) Jane. Education: Trained for the stage with Uta Hagen and at Desilu Playhouse Training School.

HOPKINS • 185 Addresses: Agent—Michael McLean, Michael McLean & Associates, 12754 Sarah St., Studio City, CA91604. Career: Actor. Hollywood Celebrity Softball Team, member. Military service: U.S. Army, 1958. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Crazy Lee, The Wild Bunch, Warner Bros., 1969. Captain Douglas, The Thousand Plane Raid, 1969. Corporal Grebs, The Bridge at Remagen, 1969. Jumpin'Joejoslin, Monte Walsh, National General, 1970. Bud Blackwell, The Moonshine War, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1970. Mac/70 Callahan, 1970. Dixie Brick, The Culpepper Cattle Company, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Frank Jackson, The Getaway, National General, 1972. Roy Boone, White Lightning (also known as McKlusky), United Artists, 1973. Billy, The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1973. Joe, American Graffiti, Universal, 1973. Turner, The Nickel Ride, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Earle Shoop, The Day of the Locust, Paramount, 1975. Wesley, Posse, 1975. Jerome Miller, The Killer Elite, United Artists, 1975. Sheriff Duke, A Small Town in Texas, American International Pictures, 1976. Will Gleason, Tentacles (also known as Tentacoli), American International/Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Tex, Midnight Express, Columbia, 1978. Little Joe, More American Graffiti (also known as Purple Haze), Universal, 1979. Carl, The Fifth Floor, 1980. Mutant (also known as Forbidden World), 1982. Dan Burke, Sweet Sixteen, Aquarius, 1984. Sheriff Will Stewart, Night Shadows (also known as Mutant), Film Ventures International, 1985. What Comes Around Goes Around, 1985. Reilly, Nightmare at Noon (also known as Deathstreet U.S.A.), Omega Entertainment, 1988. Sheriff Sam Frost, Trapper County War (also known as Trapper County and Porter Country), Noble

186 • HOPKINS Entertainment Group/Alpine Releasing Group, 1989. Sheriff Bennett, The Bounty Hunter, AIP Distribution, 1989. Sheriff Whistler, The Final Alliance (also known as The Allies), RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video/Epic Home Video, 1990. Fertilize the Blaspheming Bombshell (also known as Mark of the Beast and Triangle of Death), 1990. Lester, Big Bad John, Magnum, 1990. Frank Allesendro, Center of the Web, Pyramid Releasing, 1992. Mike Zetterland, Inside Monkey Zetterland, IRS Releasing, 1992. Ranger Haynes, The Legend of Wolf Mountain, Hemdale Releasing, 1993. The President's Target, Hemdale Home Video, 1993. Frank Badger, The Ballad of Little ]o, Fine Line, 1993. Andrews, Cheyenne Warrior, Concorde/New Horizons, 1994. Captain Hogan, The November Conspiracy (also known as The Feminine Touch), MiraCon, 1994. Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone, 1994. Billy's father, Rad/o/and Murders, Universal, 1994. Brownie, Painted Hero (also known as Shadow of the Past), Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1995. Sheriff Bishop, Texas Payback, Cabin Fever Entertainment, 1995. Billy Van Owen, Riders in the Storm, Coldstone, 1995. Sergeant Harry McQue, R./.O.T.: The Movie, 1996. Ben Johnson: Third Cowboy on the Right (documentary), FBN, 1996. Sergeant Twining, Uncle Sam, 1996. Fever Lake, Showcase Entertainment, 1997. Ed, U Turn (also known as Stray Dogs), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Agent Hawthorne, Phantoms, Miramax, 1998. K. P. Aldrich, The Newton Boys, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Eldred McCoy, Doc Elliott, ABC, 1973-74. Matthew Blaisdale, Dynasty, ABC, 1981, and beginning in 1987. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Budd Townsend, Aspen, NBC, 1977. The Innocent and the Damned, 1979. Darrell McCaskey, Tom Clancy's Op Center, NBC, 1995. Television Appearances; Movies: Doc f Iliott, ABC, 1973.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Captain Daniels, The Courtmartial of Lieutenant William Calley, ABC, 1975. Pretty Boy Floyd, Kansas City Massacre, ABC, 1975. Earl Owens, The Runaway Barge, NBC, 1975. Dawn, Portrait of a Teenage Runaway, NBC, 1976. Thaddeus Rose and Eddie, CBS, 1978. Having Babies, ABC, 1978. Crisis in Sun Valley, NBC, 1978. The Last Ride of the Da/ton Gang, NBC, 1979. Beggarman, Thief, NBC, 1979. The Plutonium Incident, CBS, 1980. Stoney, Casino, ABC, 1980. Will Garrett, Rodeo Girl, CBS, 1980. Dave, Ghost Dancing, CBS, 1983. Jud, "Louis L'Amour's Down the Long Hills'7 (also known as "Down the Long Hills"), Disney Sunday Movie, The Disney Channel, 1986. Colonel Sidney Sherman, Houston: The Legend of Texas (also known as Gone to Texas: The 5am Houston Story), CBS, 1986. Sheriff John Jensen, A Smokey Mountain Christmas, ABC, 1986. Chief Hunter, Blood Ties, Fox, 1991. Television Appearances; Pilots: CatBallou, NBC, 1971. Beau Creel, Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976. Woman on the Run, CBS, 1977. The Busters, CBS, 1978. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Johnny Moon," The Virginian, NBC, 1967. "Hard Luck Henry," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1967. "Night of the Iron Fist," Wild Wild West, CBS, 1967. George, "Goober the Executive," The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1967. "No Law against Murder/'/udd, for the Defense, ABC, 1968. "Guilt," Guns ofWillSonnett, ABC, 1968. Bo Randall, "The Tug-of-War Raid," The Rat Patrol, 1968. "A Seat in the Window," Mod Squad, ABC, 1969. Stretch Logan, "The Witness," Bonanza, NBC, 1969. "A Faraway Place So Near," Mod Squad, ABC, 1970. "And Then There Was One," Ironside, NBC, 1972. "Sleight of Hand," Nichols, NBC, 1972. "One Big Happy Family," Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1973. "Gondola," Conflicts, PBS, 1974. "Death on the Run," Manhunter, CBS, 1974. "Death at Six A.M.," The Rookies, ABC, 1974. "Robert and the Ball Player," Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers, CBS, 1974. "Flight to Danger," Barnafay /ones, CBS, 1975. "Promise to Kill,"//gsaw/ohn, NBC, 1976.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 John Cooper, "The Jersey Bounce/' The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. John Cooper, "Local Man Eaten by Newspaper/' The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. "Superstar," Supertrain, NBC, 1979. "Love Boat Angels," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1979. "The Spoilers/' Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. "The Beverly Hills Social Club," Matt Houston, ABC, 1983. Moonshiner, "Pure-Dee Poison," The A-Team, NBC, 1984. "Encores," Hotel, ABC, 1984. "Forgotten Melodies," Finder of Lost Loves, ABC, 1984. "Armed Response," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. Nick Cross, "J. Edgar's Ghost," Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1985. "Bill W.," An American Portrait, CBS, 1985. "Reunion," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1986. "A Fox at the Races," Crazy like a Fox, CBS, 1986. "A Time for Rifles," The Hitchhiker, HBO, 1987. "Kill John Doe," The New Mike Hammer, CBS, 1987. Scott Larkin, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1991. Sheriff, "The Man of the Year," Matlock, NBC, 1991. Other Television Appearances: The Invasion of Johnson County, 1976. Drug Free Kids: A Parent's Guide (special), PBS, 1988. Stage Appearances: Made stage debut in Teahouse of the August Moon; appeared in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Picnic, and Between Two Thieves, all at Desilu Studios, Hollywood, CA.*

HOPKINS, Shirley Knight See KNIGHT, Shirley

HORNER, Richard 1920PERSONAL Full name, Richard Hollis Horner; born June 29, 1920, in Portland, OR; son of Godfrey Richard (a plant pathologist) and Ruby (Weller) Horner; married Lynne Stuart (an actress, singer, and producer), December 11,1959; children: two sons, two daughters. Education: Attended Oregon State University, 1938-40; University of Washington, Seattle, B.A., 1942.

HORNER • 187 Addresses: Contact—c/o 1339 Primavera Dr., Palm Springs, CA 92264. Career: Producer, general manager, and actor. Playhouse, Windham, NH, business manager, 1948; Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, partner and general manager, 1959; 46th Street Theatre, New York City, general manager, 1960; Alvin Theatre, New York City, general manager, 1962; Richard Horner Associates, president, 1978-89; Horner/Stuart Productions, 1989—; Performing Arts Department, Palm Springs Desert Museum, director (with Lynne Stuart), 1995-98. Stage Directors and Choreographers Workshop Foundation, member of board of directors; American Field Studies, member of board of directors; also former manager of Helen Hayes Theatre, Morosco Theatre, and Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, all New York City; former executive director (with Lynne Stuart) of the American Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT; consultant with CBS on four presentations in the Kennedy Center, Washington, DC; lecturer at New School, Queens College, and Cooper Union. Military service: U.S. Navy, 1942-46. Member: League of American Producers and Theatre Owners, Producers Group, Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers, New York Athletic Club. CREDITS Stage Work; Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted: (With Justin Sturm) Debut, Holiday Theatre, New York City, 1956. (With Robert Fletcher and Lester Osterman) High Spirits, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1965. (With Fletcher) The Queen and the Rebels, Theatre Four, New York City, 1965. (And general manager) A Mother's Kisses, Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT, then Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore, MD, 1968. (With Osterman and Michael Codron) Butley, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1972. (With Osterman and Codron) Crown Matrimonial, Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, 1973. (With Osterman and Elliot Martin) A Moon for the Misbegotten, Morosco Theatre, 1973. (With Osterman) James Whitmore in Will Rogers' U.S.A., Helen Hayes Theatre, 1974. (With Osterman) 5/zvve Bans/ Is Dead/The Island, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1974. (With Osterman) Rodgers and Hart, New York City production, 1975.

188 • HORNER The Music Man, Jones Beach Marine Theatre, Long Island, NY, 1979. The Sound of Music, Jones Beach Marine Theatre, 1980. Damn Yankees, Jones Beach Marine Theatre, 1981. Crease, West Side Story, Jones Beach Marine Theatre, 1982. Kennedy at Colonus, off-Broadway production, 198485. Doubles, Ritz Theatre, New York City, 1985. Producer (with Lynne Stuart) of the Broadway productions of The Crueller of Blood, A Life, and Pass/one; producer (with Lynne Stuart) of the offBroadway production of Blood Moon; also produced the U.S. tours of Damn Yankees, 1958, and Hadrian VII, 1969. Stage Work; Company Manager, Unless Otherwise Noted: Stage manager, The Curious Savage, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1950. Stage manager, Captain Carvall, Buffalo, NY, then Cleveland, OH, 1950. The Constant Wife, National Theatre, New York City, 1951. Business manager, Paris 90, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1952. I've Cot Six-Pence, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1953. The Martha Graham Dance Company, Alvin Theatre, 1953. The Pajama Came, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1954. On Your Toes, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1954. The Dark Is Light Enough, American National Theatre and Academy, New York City, 1955. Damn Yankees, 46th Street Theatre, 1955. New Girl in Town, 46th Street Theatre, 1957. West Side Story, Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1957. Goldilocks, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1958. Make a Million, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1958. Redhead, 46th Street Theatre, 1959. Destry Rides Again, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1959. Little Mary Sunshine, Orpheum Theatre, New York City, 1959. Fiorello!, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1959. Take Me Along, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1959.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Rhinoceros, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1961. A Call on Kuprin, Broadhurst Theatre, 1961. Company manager of the touring productions of Twin Beds, 1953-54, and Agnes de Mille Dance Theatre, 1953-54. Stage Work; General Manager: Cranks, Bijou Theatre, New York City, 1956. Copper and Brass, Martin Beck Theatre, 1957. Clerambard, Rooftop Theatre, New York City, 1957. Blue Denim, Playhouse Theatre, 1958. The Next President, Bijou Theatre, 1958. The Geranium Hat, Orpheum Theatre, 1959. The Nervous Set, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1959. Chic, Orpheum Theatre, 1959. Russell Patterson's Sketchbook, Maidman Theatre, New York City, 1960. The Crystal Heart, East 74th Street Theatre, New York City, 1960. The Cool World, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1960. The Jackass, Barbizon Plaza Theatre, New York City, 1960. Farewell, Farewell Eugene, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1960. Greenwich Village, U.S.A., Sheridan Square Theatre, New York City, 1960. Face of a Hero, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 1960. Love and Libel, Martin Beck Theatre, 1960. The Rules of the Game, Gramercy Arts Theatre, New York City, 1960. Show Girl, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 1961. The Tatooed Countess, Barbizon-Plaza Theatre, 1961. Moby Dick, Madison Avenue Playhouse, New York City, 1961. Young Abe Lincoln, York Playhouse, New York City, 1961. The Thracian Horses, Orpheum Theatre, 1961. Sing Muse, Van Dam Theatre, New York City, 1961. New Faces of 1962, Alvin Theatre, 1962. The Aspern Papers, Playhouse Theatre, 1962. Isle of Children, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1962. The Boys from Syracuse, Theatre Four, 1963. Something Morel, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 1964. Fade Out-Fade In, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1965. The Office, Henry Miller's Theatre, 1966. Dinner at Eight, Alvin Theatre, 1966. The F//p Side, Booth Theatre, 1968. Hadrian VII, Helen Hayes Theatre, 1969.

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Norman, Is That You? Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1970. Borstal Boy, Lyceum Theatre, 1970. National Lampoon's "Class of '86," Village Gate Theatre Downstairs, New York City, 1986.

iting playwright, 1974-76; New York Playwrights Lab, New York City, founder, 1975, artistic director, 1975—; Gloucester Stage Company, founder, 1979; Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Foundation, founding member.

Stage Appearances: Made stage debut as John, ]ohn Loves Mary, Showshop, Canton, CT; appeared at Nuangola Summer Theatre, Nuangola, PA, 1947.

Member: International PEN, Authors League of America, Dramatists Guild, Players Club.

Television Work; Series: Former producer of Philip Pearlstein Draws the Artist's Model, PBS. Television Work; Movies: Producer, "The Littlest Angel/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, 1969. Executive producer, Crucifer of Blood, TNT, 1991. Film Work: Producer, Raggedy Ann and Andy, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977.*

Awards, Honors: Vernon Rice Award, Drama Desk Award, Obie Award, and Jersey Journal Award, all best play, 1968, for The Indian Wants the Bronx; fellow, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, 1963; Rockefeller Foundation fellow in playwriting, 196770; Drama Desk Award, best play, 1968, for It's Called the Sugar Plum; Obie Award, best play, 1969, for The Honest-to-God Schnozzola; Prix de Jury, Cannes Film Festival, 1971, for The Strawberry Statement; Literature Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1972; French Critics Prize, 1973, forL/ne; Fulbright grant, 1975; Guggenheim fellowship, 197778; Emmy Award (with Jules Feiffer) and Christopher Award from the Christophers (with Jules Feiffer), both for VD Blues/Play for Germs. CREDITS

HOROVITZ, Israel 1939PERSONAL Born March 31,1939 in Wakefield, MA; son of Julius Charles (a lawyer) and Hazel Rose (Solberg) Horovitz; married second wife, Doris Keefe (divorced); married Gillian Adams (an athlete), 1981; children: (second marriage) Rachael (a producer and actress), Matthew (an actor and novelist), Adam (an actor and performer with the musical group the Beastie Boys); (third marriage) Hannah Rebecca and Oliver Adams. Education: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (London, England), M.A., 1963; attended New School for Social Research, 1963-66; City University of New York, M.A., 1977, doctoral studies. Avocational interests: Teaching, poker, Descartes, chess, guitar, his children and their friends. Addresses: Agent—James Crabbe, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Playwright, director, and actor. Royal Shakespeare Company, London, England, playwright in residence, 1965; City College (now of the City University of New York), New York City, professor of English and playwright in residence, 1968; Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, Fanny Hurst vis-

Stage Work; Director: Chiaroscuro, Spoleto Festival, Italy, 1968. Le Premiere, Theatre de Poche, Paris, France, 1972. Television Appearances; Movies: Dr. Berkowitz, North Shore Fish, Showtime, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Arthur Miller and Israel Horovitz in Conversation," Camera Three, CBS, 1970. Older man, "The Listeners/' Subway Stories: Tales from the Underground, HBO, 1997. Television Work; Specials: Producer and director of the play VD Blues/Play for Germs. Film Appearances: The Strawberry Statement, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. WRITINGS Plays: The Comeback, Suffolk Theatre, Emerson Theatre, Boston, MA, 1957.

190 • HOROVITZ The Hanging of Emmanuel, II Cafe Cabaret Theatre, South Orange, NJ, 1962. This Play Is about Me, II Cafe Cabaret Theatre, 1963. The Death of Bernard the Believer, 1963. The Simon Street Harvest, 1964. Hop, Skip, and Jump, 1964. The Killer Dove, Theatre on the Green, West Orange, NY, 1966. Line, Cafe La MaMa, 13th Street Theatre, New York City, 1967. The Indian Wants the Bronx, Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1968, published by Dramatists Play Service (New York City), 1968. It's Called the Sugar Plum, Astor Place Theatre, 1968, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1968. Rats, Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, 1968, published in Theatre for Young Audiences: Around the World in 21 Plays, 1997. Chiaroscuro, Spoleto Festival, 1968. The Honest-to-Cod Schnozzola, Act IV Theatre, Provincetown, MA, 1968. "Morning," Morning, Noon, and Night, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1968, published by Random House (New York City), 1969. First Season, published by Vintage Books (New York City), 1968. Leader, published by Gramercy Arts Theatre, New York City, 1969. Acrobats, Mickery Theatre, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1970. Clair-Obscur, Theatre Lucernairre, Paris, France, 1970. Dr. Hero (also known as The World's Greatest Play), Public Theatre, New York City, 1971, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1973. Le Premiere, Theatre de Poche, 1972. Shooting Gallery, WPA Theatre, New York City, 1973. Play for Germs, published with Shooting Gallery by Dramatists Play Service, 1973. Capella, published by Harper & Row (New York City), 1973, produced, 1978. Alfred the Great, Hopscotch, Our Father's Failing, Alfred Dies, Stage Directions, Spared, and The 75th, known collectively as The Wakefield Plays, performed from 1973-86, Alfred the Great published by Harper & Row, 1974, Hopscotch and The 75th published as Hopscotch and The 75th: The Quannapowitt Quartet, Parts One and Two, by Dramatists Play Service, 1977. The First, The Last, and The Middle (a "comic triptych"), 1974. Spared, 1975. Uncle Snake, 1975.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 The Primary English Class, Cubicula Theatre, New York City, 1975, published by Talonbooks (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), 1979. The Reason We Eat, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1976. The Former One-on-One Basketball Champion, Actors Studio, New York City, 1977. (Adaptor) Eugene lonescoMan with Bags, translated by Marie-France lonesco, Towson State University Theatre, Towson, MD, 1977, published by Grove Press (New York City), 1977. Stage Directions, Actors Studio, 1978. Mackerel, Gloucester Stage Company, 1978, published by Talonbooks, 1979. Christmas Carol, Scrooge and Marley (based on the novel A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens), published by Dramatists Play Service, 1979. The Great Labor Day Classic [and] The Former Oneon-One Basketball Champion, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1982. The Good Parts, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1983. A Trilogy (consists of the plays The Chopin Playoffs, A Rosen by Any Other Name, and Today, I Am a Fountain Pen), American Jewish Theatre, New York City, 1985-86. North Shore Fish, WPA Theatre, 1985-86, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1989. The Chopin Playoffs, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1987. Today, I Am a Fountain Pen (also known as Israel Horov/tz's Today, I Am a Fountain Pen; based on A Good Place to Come From by Morley Torgov), published by Dramatists Play Service, 1987. A Rosen by Any Other Name, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1987. An Israel Horovitz Trilogy, published by Doubleday (Garden City, NY), 1987. Year of the Duck, Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1987, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1988. "Faith," Faith, Hope, and Charity, South Street Theatre, New York City, 1988-89, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1989. Henry Lumper, Actors Outlet Theatre, New York City, 1989, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1990. The Widow's Blind Date, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1990. Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1991-92, published as Israel Horov/tz's Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, Samuel French (New York City), 1993.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Israel Horovitz: Collected Works (sixteen short plays, also known as Works), published by Smith and Kraus (Newbury, VT), 1993. Unexpected Tenderness, WPA Theatre, 1994. Other plays include Firebird at Dogtown and Sunday Runners in the Rain. Plays have been translated into nearly twenty languages and have been produced in several cities throughout the world, including Paris, France; Marseilles, France; Rome, Italy; London, England; Budapest, Hungary; Bonn, Germany; Berlin, Germany; Frankfurt, Germany; Sydney, Australia; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Tokyo, Japan; and Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Screenplays: The Strawberry Statement (based on the book by James Simon Kumen), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1970. Line (adapted from his play of the same name), Kaleidoscope Films, 1970. (Translator) Machine Gun McCain (also known as Gli Intoccabili; based on the screenplay by Giuliano Montaldo and Mino Roli and the novel Candyleg by Ovid Demaris), Columbia, 1970. Believe in Me (also known as Speed Is of the Essence), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1971. Camerian Climbing, 1971. The Sad-Eyed Girls in the Park, 1971. Acrobats (adapted from his play of the same name), Walker Stuart Productions, 1972. Author, Author, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. (With Diane Kurys and Olivier Schatzky) A Man in Love (also known as Un Homme Amoureux), Cinecom, 1987. Sunshine, 1999. Also wrote the screenplays Henry Lumper (based on his play), and Light Years (based on the novel by James Salter). Teleplays; Specials: Full House, 1983. The Booth, 1985. "It's Called the Sugar Plum" (based on his play of the same name), General Motors Playwrights Theater, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. With Jules Feiffer, wrote VD Blues/Play for Germs. Teleplays; Movies: North Shore Fish (based on his play of the same name), Showtime, 1997.

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Other Teleplays: Wrote Bartleby the Scrivener (adapted from a story by Herman Melville), A Day with Conrad Green (adapted from a story by Ring Lardner), Funny Books, Happy, and Play for Trees. Poetry: Spider Poems and Other Writings, Harper (New York City), 1976. Other Writings: (With David Boorshin)F/rst Season Cappella, Harper, 1973. Nobody Loves Me, 1975. OTHER SOURCES Books: Kane, Leslie, editor, Israel Horovitz: A Collection of Critical Essays, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1994.*

HORSLEY, Lee 1955PERSONAL Born May 15,1955, in Muleshow, TX; married, wife's name Stephanie, 1980; children: four (including two stepchildren). Education: Attended University of Northern Colorado. Addresses: /Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Archie Goodwin, Nero Wolfe, NBC, 1981. Title role, Matt Houston, ABC, 1982-85. Ethan Allen Cord, Cans of Paradise (also known as Paradise), CBS, 1988. Lieutenant Ben Carroll, Bodies of Evidence, CBS, 1992-93. "Hawkeye" Natty Bumppo, Hawkeye, syndicated,

1994-95. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Rafe Beaudeen, North and South: Book II, ABC, 1986. Nick Burnham, Crossings, ABC, 1986.

192 • HUNTER Television Appearances; Movies: John Cain, The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch, ABC, 1982. Bryan Martin, Agatha Christie's "13 at Dinner" (also known as Thirteen at Dinner), CBS, 1985. Alex Koslov, When Dreams Come True, ABC, 1985. Nick Donate, Infidelity, ABC, 1987. Ross Marino, Single Women, Married Men, CBS, 1989. Graham Harris, The Face of Fear, 1990. Tate, Danielle Steel's "Palomino" (also known as Palomino), NBC, 1991. Peter Browning, Unlawful Passage, CBS, 1994. Detective Robert Cassidy, French Silk, ABC, 1994. Ben Nicholson, The Corpse Had a Familiar Face, CBS, 1994. Tom Gardner, LaVyrle Spencer's Home Song (also known as Home Song), CBS, 1996. Tom Doster, The Care and Handling of Roses, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: The Love Boat Fall Preview Party, ABC, 1984. The Night of 100 Stars II, 1985. The Stuntman Awards, 1986. The 26th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1991. The 27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, 1992. The Americas Awards, 1993. The 28th Academy of Country Music Awards, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: "My Two Dumplings," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. Seamus O'Neil, "Rough Passage,"Snowy River: The McGregor Saga, The Family Channel, 1995. Seamus O'Neil, "The Prodigal Father/' Parts 1 and 2, Snowy River: The McGregor Saga, The Family Channel, 1995. Film Appearances: Prince Talon, The Sword and the Sorcerer, Group One, 1982. Stage Appearances: The Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Mack Sennett, Mack and Mabel, Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ, 1987-88. Appeared in local productions of Oklahoma!, Fiddler on the Roof, and Lion in Winter. *

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HUNTER, Kim 1922PERSONAL Original name, Janet Cole; born November 12,1922, in Detroit, Ml; daughter of Donald (an engineer) and Grace (Lind) Cole; married William A. Baldwin (a military officer), February 11,1944 (divorced, 1946); married Robert Emmett (a writer and actor), December 20, 1951; children: (first marriage) Kathryn Deidre; (second marriage) Sean Robert. Education: Attended public schools in Miami Beach, FL; studied acting with Charmine Lantaff Camine, Miami Beach, FL; also studied at Actors Studio, New York City. Avocational interests: Cooking, music, books, dancing. Addresses: /Agent and Manager— Lionel Larner, Ltd., 119 West 57th St., Suite 1412, New York, NY 10019; S.D.B. Partners, Inc., 1801 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 902, Los Angeles, CA, 90067. Career: Actress and author. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Donaldson Award and Variety New York Critics Poll, both 1948, for A Streetcar Named Desire (stage play); Academy Award, best supporting actress, Golden Globe Award, and Look magazine Award, all 1952, for/A Streetcar Named Desire; Emmy Award nominations, 1977, for Baretta, and 1980, for The Edge of Night; Carbonell Award, 1984, for Cat on a Hot Jin Roof. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Penny, Penny Wise, Miami Women's Club, Miami, FL, 1939. Little Seal, Petticoat Fever, Old Mill Playhouse, Flat Rock, NC, 1940. Martha, Angela Is 22, Old Mill Playhouse, 1940. Defense attorney's secretary, The Night of ]anuary 16th, Cant Gaither Theatre, Miami, FL, 194041. Cecily, The Importance of Being Earnest, Theatre of the Fifteen, Coral Gables, FL, 1941. Prompter, Ten Nights in a Barroom, Theatre of the Fifteen, 1941.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Peggy, The Women, Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA, 1942-43. Elaine, Arsenic and Old Lace, Pasadena Playhouse, 1942-43. Title role, Claudia, Summer Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1943. Cathy, Wuthering Heights, Lake George Playhouse, Lake George, NY, 1947. Stella Kowalski, A Streetcar Named Desire, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1947. Nancy, Sundown Beach, Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT, 1948. Daisy Sage, The Animal Kingdom, Westport Country Playhouse, 1951. Luba, Darkness at Noon, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1951. Ruby Hawes, The Chase, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1952. Karen Wright, The Children's Hour, Coronet Theatre, New York City, 1952. Sylvia Crewes, The Tender Trap, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1954. Patty O'Neill, The Moon Is Blue, Roosevelt Playhouse, Miami Beach, FL, 1954. Penelope Toop, 5ee How They Run, Thalian Hall, Wilmington, NC, 1955. Dunreath Henry, King of Hearts, Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PA, 1955. Linda Seton, Holiday, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cincinnati, OH, 1955. Nora Parker, Down Came a Blackbird, John Drew Theatre, East Hampton, NY, 1955. Laura Creech, / Hear You Singing, Spa Summer Theatre, Saratoga Springs, NY, 1955. Celia Pope, A Hatful of Rain, Playhouse in the Park, Philadelphia, PA, then Pocono Playhouse, Mountainhome, PA, 1957. Kate Adams, This Is Goggle, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, then Shubert Theatre, Washington, DC, 1958. Cora Flood, Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Tapia Theatre, San Juan, PR, 1959, then Ann Arbor, Ml, 1960. Alma Winemiller, Summer and Smoke, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL, 1959. Lady Torrence, Orpheus Descending, Capri Theatre, Atlantic Beach, NY, 1959. Billie Dawn, Born Yesterday, Charlotte Summer Theatre, Charlotte, NC, 1960. Jere Halliday, The Disenchanted, Tenthouse Theatre, Highland Park, IL, 1960, then Playhouse in the Park, later Coconut Grove Playhouse, 1960. Rosalind, As You Like It, Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, CT, 1961.

HUNTER • 193 First Witch, Macbeth, Shakespeare Festival Theatre, 1961. Helen, Troilus and Cressida, Shakespeare Festival Theatre, 1961. Julie Sturrock, Write Me a Murder, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1961, then O'Hare Inn Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1962. Come, Woo Me! (scenes from Shakespeare), Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 1963. Title role, Major Barbara, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, 1963. Paula Maugham, Linda Stone Is Brutal, Bucks County Playhouse, then Olney Theatre, Olney, MD, 1964. Sally Thomas, Signpost To Murder, Playhouse on the Mall, Paramus, NJ, 1965. Dowager Empress, Anastasia, Otterbein College, Waterville, OH, 1965. The Human Voice, Before Breakfast (solo show), performed with Kate's final speech from The Taming of the Shrew, White Meadow Lake, NJ, then Indiana State University, Evansville, 1965. Emily Dickinson, Come Slowly, Eden, White Barn, Westport CT, then Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1966. Miss Wilson, Weekend, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1968. Alma Winemiller, Eccentricities of a Nightingale, Long Island Repertory Festival, 1968. Masha, The Three Sisters, Long Island Repertory Festival, 1968. Hester, He//o and Goodbye, Theatre de Lys, 1968. Carrie Bishop, The Penny Wars, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1969. Jean Brodie, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Ivoryton Playhouse, Ivoryton, CT, then Playhouse on the Mall, later Falmouth Playhouse, Falmouth, MA, 1969. A Passage to E. M. Forster (staged reading), McCarter Theatre, 1971. Mary Haines, The Women, 46th Street Theatre, New York City, 1973. Amanda Wingfield, The Class Menagerie, Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, GA, 1973. Eleanor of Aquitane, The Lion in Winter, William Patterson College of New Jersey, Wayne, 1975. Madame Ranevskaya, The Cherry Orchard, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1976. Miss Madrigal, The Chalk Garden, Bucks County Playhouse, 1976. Title role, Elizabeth the Queen, Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1977. Romaine, W7tnes5 for the Prosecution, Greenwood, SC, 1977.

194 • HUNTER Barbara, At the End of Long Island—An Endsummer Daydream, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, Waterford, CT, 1977. Julia, Semmelweiss, Studio Arena Theatre, 1977. Emily Dickinson, The Belle ofAmherst, New Jersey Theatre Forum, 1978, later William Carlos Williams Center, Rutherford, NJ, 1983-84, then Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth, NH, 1986, also produced at Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, FL, Miniature Theatre of Chester, Chester, MA, Pope Theatre, Manalapan, FL, and Nutmeg Theatre, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, all 1992-93. Narrator, The Story of Babar, Plainfield Symphony Orchestra, Plainfield, NJ, 1979. The Little Foxes, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Stockbridge, MA, 1980. Virginia Woolf, Virginia and Vanessa, Charleston House Trust, NY, 1980. Harriet, To Grandmother's House We Co, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1981. Another Part of the Forest, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1981. When We Dead Awaken, Open Space Theatre Experiment, off-Broadway, 1982. Mrs. Alving, Ghosts, Adelphi University, Long Island, NY, then New Globe Theatre, Tarrytown, NY, 1982. Margaret, Territorial Rites, American Place Theatre, 1983. Linda Loman, Death of a Salesman, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Ontario, Canada, 1983. Big Mama, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Coconut Grove Playhouse, 1983-84. Vinnie, Life with Father, Coconut Grove Playhouse, 1984. Maude, Sabrina Fair, Berkshire Theatre Festival, 1984. Mama, "Faulkner's Bicycle/' Winterfest V, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1985, then American Theatre Exchange, Joyce Theatre, NY, 1985. Margaret, Antique Pink, University of Michigan Theatre Project, Ann Arbor, Ml, 1985. Fanny, Painting Churches, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1986, later E.C.U. Summer Theatre, Greenville, NC, 1987. Agnes, A Delicate Balance, Berkshire Theatre Festival, 1986. Fonsia, jokers, Norma Terris Theatre, Chester, CT, 1986. Theresa Donaghy, Remembrance, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1987. Mrs. Whitefield, Man and Superman, Roundabout Theatre, 1987-88.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Fonsia, The G/n Game, Fulton Opera House, Lancaster, PA, 1988. Jennie Woodson, A Murder of Crows, South Street Theatre, New York City, 1988. Fanny Farrelly, Watch on the Rhine, Stage West, Springfield, MA, 1989. Mrs. Venable, Suddenly Last Summer, Stage West, 1991. Muriel, A Smaller Place, Miniature Theatre of Chester, 1991. Betty Kaelin, Open Window, Repertory Theatre Stages, Houston, TX, 1992. Ann, The Cocktail Hour, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, 1992. Melissa Gardner Love Letters, Stage West Theatre, 1993. Aunt Sally, The Eye of the Beholder, Judith Anderson Theatre, New York City, 1993. Lillian Barron, Do Not Go Gentle, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Bristol, PA, 1994. Aunt Hannah Lynch, All the Way Home, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA, 1995. Mrs. Lily Mortar, The Children's Hour, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Storrs, CT, 1995. The Visit, HERE, New York City, 1996. Daisy Werthan, Driving Miss Daisy, Miniature Theatre of Chester, later Queen's Theatre in the Park, both 1996. Lady Markby, An Ideal Husband, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1996-97. Bella Fiedler, Greytop in Love, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia, PA, 1998. Major Tours: Title role, Claudia, NY and Ml cities, 1947. Karen Norwood, Two Blind Mice, U.S. cities, 1950. Amy, They Knew What They Wanted, U.S. cities, 1952. Catherine, And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, U.S. and Canadian cities, 1971-72. Lydia Cruttwell, In Praise of Love, U.S. cities, 1975. Fonsia, The G/n Game, U.S. cities, 1994-95. Film Appearances: Mary Gibson, The Seventh Victim, RKO Radio Pictures, 1943. Doris, Tender Comrade, RKO Radio Pictures, 1943. Millie, When Strangers Marry (also known as Betrayed), Monogram, 1944. Frances Hotchkiss, You Came Along, Paramount, 1945. June, Stairway to Heaven (also known as A Matter of Life and Death), Universal, 1946.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Girl, A Canterbury Tale, Eagle Lion, 1949. Stella Kowalski, A Streetcar Named Desire, Warner Bros., 1951. Helen Watson, Anything Can Happen, Paramount, 1952. Nora Hutcheson, Deadline U.S.A., Twentieth Century-Fox, 1952. Martha Lockridge, 5torm Center, Columbia, 1956. Fran West, Bermuda Affair, DCA, 1957. Helen Ditmar, The Young Stranger, Universal, 1957. Mary Kingman, Money, Women, and Guns, Universal, 1958. Dr. Bea Brice, Lilith, Columbia, 1964. Dr. Zira, Planet of the Apes (also known as Monkey Planet), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1968. Betty Graham, The Swimmer, Columbia, 1968. Dr. Zira, Beneath the Planet of the Apes (also known as Planet of the Apes Revisited and Planet of the Men), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1970. Dr. Zira, Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. Adrienna, Dark August, Raffia First Productions, 1976. Dr. Amanda Hollins, The Kindred, FM, 1986. Mrs. Pym, 'The Black Cat" in Two Evil Eyes (also known as Due Occhi Diabolici), [Great Britain], 1990. Betty Harty, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Warner Bros., 1997. Rebbitzn, A Price above Rubies (also known as A Price below Rubies), Miramax, 1998. Muriel, A Smaller Place, Unleashed Pictures, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: That Was the Week That Was, NBC, 1964. Nola Madison and Martha Cory, The Edge of Night, ABC, 1979-80. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Kitty Damon, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976. Ellen Wilson, Backstairs at the White House, NBC, 1979. 'Three Sovereigns for Sarah," American Playhouse, PBS, 1985. Matilda Oberholtzer, Cross of Fire, NBC, 1989. Vera Woodman, Bloodlines: Murder in the Family (also known as The Ninja Murders), ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: "Give Us Barabbas," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1961. Americans: A Portrait in Verses, 1962. Americans: A Portrait in Verses, 1963. Russians: Self-Impressions, CBS, 1963.

HUNTER • 195 The French—They Are So French, CBS, 1963. "Lamp at Midnight," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1965. Dial Hot-Line, ABC, 1970. In Search of America, ABC, 1971. Your Choice for the Oscars, syndicated, 1975. 200 Years Ago Today, CBS, 1975. "Stubby Pringle's Christmas," Hal Imark Hal I of Fame, NBC, 1978. Bertha Feldman, Skokie (also known as Once They Marched through a Thousand Towns), CBS, 1981. Helen Hollander, Scene of the Crime, NBC, 1984. Martin Luther King: The Dream and the Drum (also known as Oss/'e and Ruby. . . In Other Words), PBS, 1986. Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond, TNT, 1990. Voice, "Tennessee Williams: Orpheus of the American Stage," American Masters (documentary), PBS, 1994. "Rod Serling: Submitted for Your Approval," American Masters, PBS, 1995. Also appeared in Purex Special for Women, NBC. Television Appearances; Movies: The Magician, NBC, 1973. Unwed Father, ABC, 1974. Born Innocent, NBC, 1974. Elaine Wilby, Bad Ronald, ABC, 1974. Ellery Queen: Too Many Suspects, NBC, 1975. Kathleen Hancock, This Side of Innocence (also known as The Dark Side of Innocence and The Hancocks), NBC, 1976. The Golden Gate Murders (also known as Specter on the Bridge), CBS, 1979. Rosemary O'Reilly, Private Sessions, NBC, 1985. Leona, Drop-out mother (also known as Goodbye, Supermom),CBS, 1988. Elsa Rael, Triumph over Disaster: The Hurricane Andrew Story, NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Ropes," Actor's Studio, CBS, 1948. "The Little Wife," Actor's Studio, CBS, 1949. "The Lonely," Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1949. "Rhapsody in Discord," Silver Theatre, CBS, 1949. "Return to Kansas City,"/Actor's Studio, CBS, 1949. "The Promise," Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1949. "Little Women," Ford Theater (also known as The Ford Television Theater), NBC, 1949. Your Show of Shows, ABC, 1951.

196 • HUNTER "Rise and Walk Up," Robert Montgomery Presents, NBC, 1952. "The Petrified Forest," Ce/anese Playhouse, ABC, 1952. First Person, CBS, 1953. The Kate Smith Hour, NBC, 1953. "The Trial of St. Joan," Omnibus, CBS, 1955. "Ride the Comet," Appointment with Adventure, CBS, 1955. "A Midsummer Daydream," Screen Directors Playhouse, NBC, 1955. "Portrait in Celluloid," Climax, CBS, 1955. "Try to Remember," Genera/ Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater) CBS, 1956. "Moment of Courage," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1956. Grace Carney, "Requiem for a Heavyweight," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1956. "Orphans," Genera/ Electric Theater (also known as C.E. Theater), CBS, 1956. "The Person and Property of Margery Hay," On Trial, NBC, 1956. Person to Person, CBS, 1957. "The Comedian," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. "Whereabouts Unknown," Kaiser Aluminum Hour, NBC, 1957. "Perfect Likeness," Studio '57, syndicated, 1957. "The Dark Side of the Earth," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. "Before I Die," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958. "So Deadly My Love," Climax, CBS, 1958. "Ticket to Tahiti," Studio One, CBS, 1958. "Cabin B-13," Climax, CBS, 1958. "Free Weekend," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958. "The Dark File," Alcoa Theatre, NBC, 1958. "Incident of the Misplaced Indians," Rawhide, CBS, 1959. "The Strange Return of Army Armitage," The Lineup, CBS, 1959. "The Sounds of Eden," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1959. "The Haunted," Adventures in Paradise, ABC, 1959. "The Closing Door," Play of the Week, syndicated, 1960. "Early to Die," Genera/ Electric Theater (also known asG.E. Theater), CBS, 1960. "The Secret of Freedom," Sunday Showcase: Our American Heritage, NBC, 1960. "Alas, Babylon," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1960. "The Sound of Murder," Play of the Week, syndicated, 1961. The Today Show, NBC, 1961. "The Face of the Enemy," Naked City, ABC, 1962. "Tomorrow the Man," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1962.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Wanted: Someone Innocent," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1962. "Of Roses and Nightingales and Other Lovely Things," Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1962. "They Are as Lions," The Nurses, CBS, 1963. "Crack in an Image," Breaking Point, ABC, 1963. "Some Weeks Are All Monday," /Arrest and Trial, ABC, 1963, The Jackie Gleason Show, CBS, 1964. Title role, "The Evil of Adelaide Winters," The A/free/ Hitchcock Hour, CBS, 1964. "The Unwritten Law," The Defenders, CBS, 1965. "Something Old, Something New," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "To Visit One More Spring," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1965. "Flight of the Tiger," Court-Martial, ABC, 1966. "Wall of Silence," Hawk, ABC, 1966. "The Name Is Mannix," Mannix, CBS, 1967. "The Price of Salt," Bonanza, NBC, 1968. "The Young Loner," The World of Disney, NBC, 1968. The Jackie Gleason Show, CBS, 1968. Herself, The Tonight Show Starring johnny Carson, NBC, 1968. "The People Next Door," CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1968. "When This You See Remember Me," NET Playhouse, National Educational Television (now PBS), 1969. "The Prodigal," NET Playhouse, National Educational Television (now PBS), 1969. "The Alienation Kick," The Young Lawyers, ABC, 1970. "A Team of One-Legged Acrobats," Bracken's World, NBC, 1970. "The New Doctors," The Bold Ones, NBC, 1970. "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow," NET Playhouse, PBS, 1970. "Deja Vu," Bracken's World, CBS, 1970. The David Frost Show, ABC, 1970. "A Matter of Priorities," The Bold Ones: The Doctors, NBC, 1971. "The Imposter," Medical Center, CBS, 1971. "The Legend," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1971. What's My Line?, NBC, 1971. Herself, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, NBC, 1971. Liz Somers, "Girl in the Electric Coffin," Cannon, CBS, 1971. Edna Matthews, "Suitable for Framing," Columbo, NBC, 1971. Carla Paddington, "The Late Mr. Paddington," Night Gallery, NBC, 1972. "Lines from an Angry Book," Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law, ABC, 1972.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Hannah O'Connel, "Incarnate," M/ss/on: Impossible, CBS, 1973. Love, American Style, ABC, 1973. Young Dr. Kildare, syndicated, 1973. "Dr. McDermitt's New Patients," The Evil Touch, syndicated, 1973. "ForServices Rendered,"Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1973. "The Detroit Connection," Hec Ramsey, NBC, 1973. "The Last Ballad," Griff, ABC, 1973. "Man on a Rock," Police Story, NBC, 1973. "Kiss and Kill," Medical Center, CBS, 1974. "A Death in Academe," Ironside, NBC, 1974. "The Lost Cotillion," Ironside, NBC, 1974. "The Impersonation Murder Case," Wide World of Mystery, ABC, 1975. Lucas Tanner, NBC, 1975. "This Is The Life," The People Next Door, ABC, 1975. "The Last of the Great Male Chauvinists," Insight, NBC, 1975. Hunter, CBS, 1976. "Crazy Annie," Baretta, ABC, 1976. "The Waterhole," The Oregon Trail, NBC, 1977. "Sighting 4017: The Devilish Lights lncident,"Pro/ect U.F.O., NBC, 1978. Mrs. Brockelman, "Never Send a Boy King to Do a Man's Job," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1978. "The Return of Richie Brockelman," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1979. Lucy Rutherford, "F.D.R.: The Last Year," NBC Theatre, NBC, 1980. Hot Pursuit, NBC, 1985. Beatrice Vitello, "Trials and Tribulations," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. Millie Barton, Mad about You, NBC, 1993. "Marlon Brando: Breaking All the Rules," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Also appeared in Adventure, ABC; All My Children, ABC; As the World Turns, CBS; Class of '96, Fox; Confidential for Women, ABC; Goodyear Playhouse, NBC; Justice, ABC; LA. Law, NBC; Lamp unto My Feet, CBS; Lux Theatre, NBC; Mr. Broadway, CBS; and 5tuof/o One, CBS. RECORDINGS Albums: From Morning 'til Night (And a Bag Full of Poems), RCA Victor, 1961. Come, Woo Me! (scenes from Shakespeare), Unified Audio Classics, 1964.

HURSEY • 197 Taped Readings: "The Velveteen Rabbit," 5/mon & Schuster's Story Hour (book and cassette tape), 1989. WRITINGS Cookbooks: Kim Hunter—Loose in the Kitchen, Domina Books, 1975. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: American Theatre, September, 1996, p. 50.

HURSEY, Sherry PERSONAL Born in Rutherfordton, NC. Education: Attended University of California, Los Angeles. Addresses: /Agent—Gold/Marshak/Liedtke Talent and Literary Agency, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA91505. Career: Actress and singer. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Nicki Peck, Buchanan High School, syndicated, 1985-86. Debbie Flynn, Morning Star/Evening Star, CBS, 1986. Paula Carson, Days of Our Lives, NBC, 1988-89. Nene Martin, Home Improvement, ABC, 1993—. Television Appearances; Movies: Mary Mullen (some sources say Patricia Mullen), Friendly Fire, ABC, 1979. Susan Arthur, Victims, NBC, 1982. Nurse Keifer, Uncommon Valor, CBS, 1983. Sandi, The Prince of Bel Air, ABC, 1986. Etta Crue, Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love (also known as Running Out), CBS, 1991. Matty Cimber, Rockford Files: I Still Love L.A., NBC, 1994. Ruth Miller, Lying Eyes (also known as Bed of Lies), NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: Kathy, Best Friends, CBS, 1977.

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Jill Keaton, Number 96, NBC, 1985. Jane, You Are the jury (also known as The State of Ohio vs. lames Wolsky), NBC, 1986. Nashville Beat, TNN, 1989.

Made television debut in an episode of The Rookies, NBC; also appeared in episodes of Riptide, NBC; and Happy Days, ABC.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Bonnie Slaughter, "Mary's Insomnia/' The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1970. "Three's Still a Crowd," Rhoda, CBS, 1975. "Fear of Shadows," Family, ABC, 1977. Janice, "The Member of the Wedding," NBC Live Theatre, NBC, 1982. "Have You Hugged Your Private Detective Today?," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1985. "The Husband," Matlock, NBC, 1987. "The Blimpy Who Turned Blue,";./. Starbuck, NBC, 1987. "Stray Bullet," Paradise, CBS, 1988. Marilyn Challenger, "Fetal Attraction," Doctor Doctor, CBS, 1990. Luanne, Step by Step, ABC, 1991. Louise Chambers, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993. Mrs. Lessner, Bless This House, CBS, 1995.

Television Appearances; Specials: Girl on the Edge of Town, 1980.

Film Appearances: Lori Ottinger, Almost Summer, Universal, 1977. Corvette Summer, United Artists, 1978. Cynthia Justin, The Avenging, First National Telecommunications, 1982. Tanos, By the Sword, 1991. Townsperson, Tom and Huck (also known as The Adventures of Tom and Huck and Tom Sawyer), Buena Vista, 1995. Voice, Powder, Buena Vista, 1995.

Stage Appearances: In Trousers, productions in Los Angeles and New York City, 1985.*

J JACKSON, Kate 1949(?)PERSONAL Born October 29, 1949 (some sources say 1948), in Birmingham, AL; daughter of Hogan (a business executive) and Ruth (Shepherd) Jackson; married Andrew Stevens, 1979 (divorced, 1980); married David Greenwald, 1982 (divorced, 1984); married Tom Hart, 1991 (divorced, 1993). Education: Attended University of Mississippi and Birmingham-Southern College; studied acting at American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City./Avocat/ona/ interests: Skiing, tennis, photography. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress, director, and producer. Worked as a tour guide at NBC-TV and as a fashion model. Appears in television commercials for products, including Mercury cars. Member: Screen Actors Guild, Directors Guild of America, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Named Discovery of the Year, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1974. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: (Television debut) Daphne Harridge, Dark Shadows, NBC, 1966. Jill Danko, The Rookies, ABC, 1972-76. Sabrina Duncan, Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976-79. Amanda King, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, 1983-87. J. C. Wiatt, Baby Boom, NBC, 1988-89.

Television Appearances; Movies: Roberta Lockhart, Satan's School for Girls, ABC, 1973. Victoria Wells, Killer Bees, ABC, 1974. Mary Frances Randey, Death Cruise, ABC, 1974. Death Scream (also known as Streetkill and The Woman Who Cried Murder), ABC, 1975. Donna Gregory, Death at Love House, ABC, 1976.

Robi^/amesatF/fteen, NBC, 1977. Marion Kirby, Topper, ABC, 1979. Jane Mount, Inmates: A Love Story, ABC, 1981. Linda Rivers, Thin Ice, CBS, 1981. Frannie Greene, Listen to Your Heart, CBS, 1983. Mare Blackburn, The Stranger Within, CBS, 1990. Voice of Lucy, Homewrecker (also known as Programmed for Murder), Sci-Fi Channel, 1992. Dr. Nora Hart, Quiet Killer (also known as Panic in the City and Black Death), CBS, 1992. Rita Donahue, Empty Cradle, ABC, 1993. Katie Nast, Adrift, CBS, 1993. The Shrine of Lorna Love, 1993. Sandra Clayton, Justice in a Small Town (also known as Hard Evidence, Ordinary Heroes: The Sandra Prine Story and The Sandra Prine Story), NBC, 1994. Patsy Holland, Armed and Innocent, CBS, 1994. Dr. Rachel Lindsey, The Silence of Adultery, Lifetime, 1995. Jessie Arnold, The Cold Heart of a Killer (also known as Survival in the Snow and Murder on the Iditarod Trial), CBS, 1996. Dede Cooper, A Kidnapping in the Family (also known as Breach of Faith: The Kidnapping of Kyle Landers), ABC, 1996. Rose Earl, What Happened to Bobby Earl? (also known as Murder in a College Town), CBS, 1997. Appeared in The Jenny Storm Homicide.

Television Work; Movies: Producer, Topper, ABC, 1979.

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Executive producer (with Carla Inger), The Cold Heart of a Killer (also known as Survival in the Snow and Murder on the Iditarod Trail), CBS, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Stage Appearances: The Night of 100 Stars II, 1985. OTHER SOURCES

Television Appearances; Pilots: The New Healers, ABC, 1972. Movin'On, NBC, 1972. Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ellen, "One Ace Too Many/' Bonanza, NBC, 1972. "The Angels and the Bums/' The San Pedro Beach Bums, ABC, 1977. Barbara Cooker, "The Kiss,"/4//y McBeal, Fox, 1997. "Death Warrant/' Dead Man's Cun, Showtime, 1997. Also appeared in The Jimmy Stewart Show. Television Work; Episodic: Director, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, CBS, between 1983 and 1987. Television Appearances; Specials: The Mad Mad Mad World of the Super Bowl, NBC, 1977. The Sensational, Shocking, Wonderful, Wacky Seventies, NBC, 1980. Get High on Yourself, NBC, 1981. The Night of 100 Stars II, 1985. "The Magical World of Disney," The Disney Hour, NBC, 1988. Presenter, The 18th Annual People's Choice Awards, 1992. In a New Light '93, ABC, 1993. Arly Hanks, Arty Hanks Mysteries, CBS, 1994. Host, Gail Sheehy's New Passages, ABC, 1996. Other Television Work: Executive co-producer, Child's Cry, 1986. Film Appearances: Tracy Collins, Night of Dark Shadows (also known as Curse of Dark Shadows), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1971. Sandy Lawton, Limbo (also known as Chained to Yesterday and Women in Limbo), Universal, 1972. Nancy Sue Hunnicutt, Thunder and Lightning (also known as Thunder on the Highway), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Polly Bishop, Dirty Tricks, Avco Embassy, 1980. Claire, Making Love, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Diane Bodek, Loverboy, TriStar, 1989. Laurie Ann, Panic in the Skies!, Regent Entertainment/ MTM Entertainment, 1996.

Periodicals: People Weekly, March 7, 1994, p. 131 .*

JAMES, Clifton 1923(?)PERSONAL Born May 29,1923 (some sources say 1921), in Spokane, WA (some sources say New York, NY); son of Harry (a journalist) and Grace (a teacher; maiden name, Dean) James; married Laurie Harper (a writer), May, 1951; children: Mike, Winkie, Hardy, Lynn, Mary. Education: University of Oregon, B.A., 1950; trained for the stage at Actors Studio. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Protestant. Addresses:/Agent—Gage Group, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 515, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Army; received Silver Star and Purple Heart. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Players Club, University of Oregon Alumni Club. CREDITS Film Appearances: On the Waterfront, Columbia, 1954. Colonel Ramey, The Strange One (also known as End as a Man), Columbia, 1957. Harris, The Last Mile, United Artists, 1959. John, David and Lisa, Continental, 1962. Captain Moreno, Experiment in Terror (also known as The Crip of Fear), Columbia, 1962. Turtle, Invitation to a Gunfighter, United Artists, 1964. Lem, The Chase, Columbia, 1966. O'Reilly, The Happening, Columbia, 1967. Philippe, The Caper of the Golden Bulls (also known as Carnival of Thieves), Embassy, 1967. Carr, Cool Hand Luke, Warner Bros., 1967. Catron, Will Penny, Paramount, 1968. Butch Lovemaiden, The Reivers (also known as Yellow Winton Flyer), National General, 1969.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Speed, WUSA, Paramount, 1970. O. J. Rankin, Tick. . .Tick. . .Tick, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1970. Pat McGloin, The Iceman Cometh, American Film Theatre, 1972. Whitey, The New Centurions (also known as Precinct 45: Los Angeles Police), Columbia, 1972. Mr. Eben, The Biscuit Eater, Buena Vista, 1972. Maloney, The Laughing Policeman (also known as An Investigation of Murder), Twentieth CenturyFox, 1973. Sheriff Pepper, Live and Let Die, United Artists, 1973. Attorney General, Were wolf of Wash ington, Diplomat, 1973. Mr. Hendricks, Kid Blue, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Streiger, Bank Shot, United Artists, 1974. Chief master-at-arms, The Last Detail, Columbia, 1974. Corrigan, Juggernaut, United Artists, 1974. Jake, Buster and Billie, Columbia, 1974. John Brown, Rancho Deluxe, United Artists, 1974. J. W. Pepper, The Man with the Golden Cun, United Artists, 1974. Bons baisers de Hong Kong, 1975. Sheriff Chauncey, Silver Streak, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1976. Sy Orlansky, The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training, Paramount, 1977. Sheriff, Superman II, Warner Bros., 1980. Lorrimer, Caboblanco, [USA/Spain], 1980. State trooper, Talk to Me, 1982. Orville Peterjohn, Kidco, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Maxton S. Pluck, Whoops Apocalypse, Picture Partnership, 1986. Chief Coffin, Where Are the Children?, Columbia, 1986. Charles Comiskey, Eight Men Out, Orion, 1988. Albert Fox, Bonfire of the Vanities, Warner Bros., 1990. Mayor Hollis Pogue, Lone Star, Columbia, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Red "Santa" Kilgren, All My Children, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Gov. Skerritt, Captains and the Kings, NBC, 1976. Barber James, Guyana Tragedy: The Story of ]im]ones (also known as The Mad Messiah), CBS, 1980. Television Appearances; Movies: The Deadly Tower (also known as Sniper), NBC, 1975.

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Sooey, The Runaway Barge, NBC, 1975. Jimmy Eakin, Undercover with the KKK (also known as The Freedom Riders and My Undercover Years with the KKK)f NBC, 1979. Dexter Cody, Carolina Skeletons, NBC, 1991. Judge Blake, The Vernon Johns Story (also known as Road to Freedom: The Vernon Johns Story), syndicated, 1994. Chief Sam Thomkins, "The Summer of Ben Tyler/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Brandon Teek, "Letter of the Law/' Cunsmoke, CBS, 1958. Sam Hare, "The Lady/' Gunsmoke, CBS, 1965. Hotel owner, "The Real People of Muddy Creek/' Bonanza, NBC, 1968. "Winter Kill," Bonanza, NBC, 1970. Lieutenant Murray Quint, City of Angels, NBC, 1976. Hart to Hart, ABC, 1979. "A Fistful of Oats," Young Maverick, CBS, 1979. Acting Sheriff Lester Crabb, "Treasure of Hazzard County," Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1980. Silas Jones, Lewis and Clark, NBC, 1981. Warden Beal, "Pros and Cons," TheA-Team, NBC, 1983. Sheriff Dawson, "The White Ballot," The A-Team, NBC, 1983. Ray Dressier, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. "Leavings, "Monsters, 1990. Duke Carlisle, "April in Paris," Dallas, CBS, 1990. Duke Carlisle, "Charade," Dallas, CBS, 1990. Duke Carlisle, "Terminus," Da//as, CBS, 1990. Duke Carlisle, "Tunnel of Love," Da//as, CBS, 1990. Reverend Lester Sinclair, "It's Just a Joke," Night Court, NBC, 1990. Other Television Appearances: Jack Gross, Somerset Gardens (pilot), ABC, 1989. Stage Appearances: (New York debut) First cop, The Time of Your Life, City Center Theatre, 1955. Robert Kensington, Career, Seventh Avenue South Playhouse, New York City, 1957. Wrecking crew boss, The Cave Dwellers, Bijou Theatre, New York City, 1957. First roustabout,/. B., American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) Theatre, New York City, 1958. Blick, The Time of Your Life, Brussels World's Fair, Brussels, Belgium, 1958-59. Michaud, Sweet Confession, Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1959. / Rise in Flame Cried the Phoenix, Theatre de Lys, 1959.

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Willie Stark, All the King's Men, East 74th Street Theatre, New York City, 1959. Clem, The ILong Dream, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1960. Antonio, Twelfth Night, American Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, CT, 1960. Stephano, The Tempest, American Shakespeare Festival, 1960. Pompey, Antony and Cleopatra, American Shakespeare Festival, 1960. Ralph Follet, All the Way Home, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1960. Brennan Farrell, Great Day in the Morning, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1962. Polly Baker, A Man's a Man, Masque Theatre, New York City, 1962. The carpenter, Andorra, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1963. U. S. Grant, The Last Days of Lincoln, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 1965, then Theater deLys, 1965. Lawrence Phelps, The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald, ANTA Theatre, 1967. Title role, Felix, Actors Studio, New York City, 1972. Tours: Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, New York Shakespeare Festival, U.S. cities, 1964.*

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JOHNS, Andrew

1935PERSONAL

Born December 12, 1935, in Martinez, CA; son of Henry Eudey (an engineer) and Nora Marie (Johnson) Johns; married Evangeline (a writing waitress), June 8,1957; children: Ariana. Politics: "Left of many, but not all/' Religion: "Unattached, but careful/'

Addresses: Home—New York, NY. Agent—c/o Gilbert Parker, William Morris Agency, 1325 Sixth Ave., New York, NY 10019. Career: Playwright and actor. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, Dramatists Guild. CREDITS Television Appearances; Movies: Shylock's secretary, The Merchant of Venice, 1973. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Captain Denny, Pride and Prejudice, 1979. Television Work; Movies: Assistant to the art director, Trapped in Silence (also known as S/7ent Rage), CBS, 1986. Film Appearances: Billy, Shakedown (also known as Blue lean Cop), Universal, 1988. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Fridays, Milwaukee Repertory Company, Milwaukee, Wl, then Boarshead Theatre, Lansing, Ml, both 1981, later A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1982. Pigeons on the Walk, Dallas Theatre Center, Dallas, TX, then Bayou Theatre, Houston, TX, both 1982, later Stage Arts Theatre, New York City, 1984. Countertalk, Milwaukee Repertory Company, 1982, then Arkansas Repertory Company, 1983. Today's Special, Milwaukee Repertory Company, 1982. The Return of Herbert Bracewell, or, Why Am I Always Alone When Vm with You?, Theatre Three, Dallas, TX, and Arkansas Repertory Company, both 1983, then Chelsea Playhouse, New York City, 1985, later Tacoma Actors Guild, Tacoma, WA, 1986-87, published by Dramatists Play Service (New York City), 1985. Sideshows, Arkansas Repertory Company, 1983, then Kenyon Theatre Festival, Kenyon, OH, both 1983. /Antony and Me, Milwaukee Repertory Company, then Actor's Company of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH, both 1984. Fridays, Riverside Shakespeare Company, New York City, 1991, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1992.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 SIDELIGHTS Johns earlier told CTFT: "I started writing while understudying and working as assistant stage manager on the Broadway production of David Story's play Home. Story and Saroyan are the two playwrights I feel closest to. I did not discover I could write until my thirties were almost over. That was dumb, because I've looked and there isn't a pleasure as pleasant as writing."*

JOHNSON, Arte 1934(?)PERSONAL Full name, Arthur Stanton Eric Johnson; born January 20, 1934 (some sources say 1929), in Benton Harbor, Ml; son of Abraham Lincoln (an attorney) and Edythe Mackenzie (Golden) Johnson; married Gisela Von Busch (a fashion coordinator), August 15, 1968. Education: University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, B.A. and M.A. Addresses: /Agent—Kazarian Spencer and Associates, 11365 Ventura Blvd., Suite 100, P.O. Box 7403, Studio City, CA 91604. Career: Actor. California Special Olympics, member of board of directors; Pacific Gamefish Foundation, member. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding individual achievement, 1968-69, for Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In; Saturn Award, best supporting actor, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy Films, 1979, for Love at First Bite. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Stanley Schreiber, It's Always ]an, CBS, 1955-56. Bascomb Bleacher Jr., Sally, NBC, 1958. Corporal Lefkowitz, Don't Call Me Charlie, NBC, 1962-63. Virgil Slamm, Many Happy Returns, CBS, 1964-65. Voice of Super Scuba, The Super 5/x (also known as The Super 6), NBC, 1966. Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (also known asLaugh/n), NBC, 1968-71.

JOHNSON *203 Voice of Rhubarb, The Houndcats (animated), NBC, 1972-73. Ben Vereen Comin'at Ya, NBC, 1975. Voice of Baggy Pants, Baggy Pants and the Nitwits (animated), NBC, 1977-78. Host, Knockout, NBC, 1977-78. Games People Play, NBC, 1980. Clive Richlin, Gutter, ABC, 1984. Voice of Weerd, The 13 Chosts ofScooby-Doo (animated), ABC, 1985. Voice, The Flintstone Kids (animated), ABC, 198688, 1990. Host, Video Escapades, The Travel Channel, 1990. Voice, Yo! Yogi! (animated), NBC, 1991-92.

Television Appearances; Movies: Ron Talley, Twice in a Lifetime, NBC, 1974. Bud and Lou, NBC, 1978. TheSacketts, NBC, 1979. If Things Were Different, CBS, 1980. Harry Edwards, Detour to Terror, NBC, 1980. Harlan Devane, The Love Tapes, ABC, 1980. Condominium, Operation Prime Time, 1980. The Making of a Male Model, ABC, 1983. Doormouse, Alice in Wonderland (also known as A//ce through the Looking Class), CBS, 1985. Voice of Farquard, Skull, Ghost, and Skeleton,ScoobyDoo Meets the Boo Brothers (animated), 1987. Pedro Criqui, Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective (also known as The Raven Red Kiss-Off), syndicated,

1990. Television Appearances; Pilots: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, NBC, 1967. Arnold's Closet Revue, NBC, 1971. Call Holme, NBC, 1972. Bunco, NBC, 1977. Faculty Lounge, NBC, 1979. Tales of the Apple Dumpling Gang, CBS, 1982. Television Appearances; Specials: Brief Encounter, NBC, 1961. Ver-r-r-ry Interesting, NBC, 1971. Voice, A Snow White Christmas, CBS, 1980. Voice, "Misunderstood Monsters/' CBS Library, CBS, 1981. Voice, "The Incredible Book Escape/' CBS Library, CBS, 1982. George Burns' How to Live to Be 100, 1984. Anything for a Laugh: Twenty Years of the Best of the Chuck Barns Show, 1985. Opryland Celebrates 200 Years of America's Music, syndicated, 1988. The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, 1989.

204 • JOHNSON Television Appearances; Episodic: "Jaywalker," Best Foot Forward, NBC, 1954. "Ivy League/' Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, CBS, 1959. Irv, "The Whole Truth," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1961. "Mary Getting Peter's Putter," Peter Loves Mary, NBC, 1961. "Auntie's Cake," Bringing Up Buddy, CBS, 1961. Seaman Shatz, "Harvey's Pad," Hennessey, CBS, 1961. Seaman Shatz, "The Wedding/' Hennessey, CBS, 1961. "A Secret Life," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, NBC, 1961. Seaman Shatz, "Aunt Sarah," Hennessey, CBS, 1961. "Andy and Barney in the Big City," The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1962. "The Handmade Private," General Electric Theater (also known as G.E. Theater), CBS, 1962. "Camera, Action, Panic," McHa/e's Navy, ABC, 1963. "Man in a Hole," The Greatest Show on Earth, ABC, 1964. "The Lucille Ball Show," The Jack Benny Program, NBC, 1964. "The Timothy Heist," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1964. The Cara Williams Show, CBS, 1965. Title role, "Cousin Edgar," Bewitched, ABC, 1965. Bill Schermerhorn, "I Do Not Choose to Run," The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1966. "Is There a Small Hotel?" The Donna Reed Show, ABC, 1966. Ship's mate, "Princess of Space,"Lost in Space, CBS, 1968. Himself, "The Biggest Star in Hollywood," / Dream ofjeannie, NBC, 1969. "Love and the Living Doll," Love, American Style, ABC, 1969. J. J. Wilson, "The Flipside of Satan," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. Love, American Style, ABC, 1972. "My Heart Belongs to a Two-Car Garage," The Partridge Family, ABC, 1972. "For Whom the Bell Tolls . . . and Tolls . . . and Tolls," The Partridge Family, ABC, 1973. "Lucy Is a Bird Sitter," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1974. "Married Is Better," Family Theatre, NBC, 1974. "Murder on High," Get Christie Love!, ABC, 1975. "S.W.A.T.," The Rookies, ABC, 1975. "Too Much, Too Soon,"//gsaw/ohn, NBC, 1976. Panelist, The Gong Show, NBC and syndicated, 1976. "The Painters," The Love Boat, ABC, 1977. "The Sheik," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "The Inventor," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. Irving, "Double Sting," The Dukes ofHazzard, CBS, 1979. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1980. "Kid Corey Rides Again," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. "Marrying for Money," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. "Relationships," Fame, NBC, 1983. "Sly as a Fox," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. "The Offer," Hotel, ABC, 1983. "Play Your Hunch," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1984. "A Rose Is Not a Rose," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "What a Drag!," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "Severance Pay," Airwolf, CBS, 1985. "Uncle Buckle-Up," The A Team, NBC, 1985. "Love and That Old Gang of Mine," The New Love, American Style, ABC, 1986. "Love and the Violinist," The New Love, American Style, ABC, 1986. Phil Rinker, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. "Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?" The Love Boat, ABC, 1987. "No Laughing Matter," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Voice, The New Adventures of the Snorks (animated), syndicated, 1987. "The Glasnost Menagerie," Night Court, NBC, 1989. Voice, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (animated), syndicated, 1990. Finian O'Toole, General Hospital, ABC, 1991. Hotel desk clerk, "A Night to Remember," Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Fox, 1992. Voice of Newt, Animaniacs (also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs), Fox, 1993. Himself, Mad about You, NBC, 1995. Appeared on The Bobby Vinton Show and The David Frost Revue, both syndicated. Film Appearances: Monty, Miracle in the Rain, Warner Bros., 1956. Arial Lavalerra, The Subterraneans, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1960. Lester Aldrich, The Third Day, Warner Bros., 1965. Paul, That Funny Feeling, Universal, 1965. Sullivan, The President's Analyst, Paramount, 1967. Jackie, P.]. (also known as New Face in Hell), Universal, 1968. Renfield, Love at First Bite, American International Pictures, 1979. The Charge of the Model Ts, Ry-Mac, 1979. Pilot, Cannonball Run II, Warner Bros., 1984. Malone, What Comes Around, AWO, 1986. Lionel Goldberg, Tax Season, Prism Entertainment, 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Lester Potts, Evil Spirits, Prism Entertainment, 1991. Mr. Hinchlow, Evil Toons, CURB Esquire Films/ American Independent Productions, 1992. Professor Cruikshank, Munchie, Concorde, 1992. Norm Witherspoon, Assault of the Party Nerds II: The Heavy Petting Detective (also known as Assault of the Party Nerds II), Check Entertainment, 1994. Sal, Captiva Island (also known as Capt/Va), RS Entertainment, 1995. Stage Appearances: Appeared in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Also appeared as Ben, No Time for Sergeants. Major Tours: The Foreigner, U.S. cities, 1986.*

JOHNSON, Ben 1918-1996 PERSONAL Born June 13, 1918, in Foraker (one source spells name Foracre), OK; died April 8,1996, in Mesa, AZ; son of Ben (a rancher) and Ollie Susan (Workman) Johnson; married Carol Jones, August 31,1941 (died, 1994). Education: Attended Ramona High School. Religion: Protestant. Career: Actor, acting double, stuntperson, director, and animal wrangler. Also worked as a ranch hand and rodeo performer. Member: Masquers' Club. Awards, Honors: Academy Award, best supporting actor, Golden Globe Award from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and British Academy Award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, all 1972, and New York Film Critics Award, all for The Last Picture Show; star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, 1994; People's Choice Award; Golden Boot Award; Man of the West Award; Buffalo Bill Award; Hall of Fame Award; Hall of Champions Award; awards for rodeo performances, including a world roping championship; named honorary member of the Osage tribe. CREDITS Film Appearances: Double for Tom Tyler, Riders of the Rio Grande, Republic, 1943.

JOHNSON • 205 Border Town Gunfighters, 1943. Nevada, RKO, 1944. Hack driver, Naughty Nineties, Universal, 1945. Double for Fred MacMurray, Smoky, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1946. Posse member, Badman's Territory, RKO, 1946. Double for Bill Elliott, Wyoming, Republic, 1947. Double for Bill Elliott, The Gallant Legion, Republic, 1948. Double for John Wayne, Fort Apache (also known as War Party), RKO, 1948. Posse member, The Three Godfathers (also known as 3 Godfathers), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1948. Gregg Johnson, Mighty ]oe Young (also known as Mr. joe Young of Africa), Argosy, 1949. Sergeant Tyree, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, RKO, 1949. Travis Blue, Wagonmaster (also known as Wagon Master), RKO, 1950. Travis Tyree, Rio Grande (also known as Rio Bravo and Rio Bravo, Rio Grande Command), Republic, 1950. Ben Shelby, Fort Defiance, United Artists, 1951. Dan Light, Wild Stallion, Monogram, 1952. Chris Calloway, Shane, Paramount, 1953. 5/mba (also known as Simga—Mark of Mau Maul), Lippert, 1955. Frank Mason, Rebel in Town, United Artists, 1956. Fargo, War Drums, United Artists, 1957. Montana Buriss, Slim Carter, Universal, 1957. Captain Thomas "Tomahawk" Thompson, Fort Bowie, United Artists, 1958. George Bradley, Ten Who Dared, Buena Vista, 1960. Bob Amory, One-Eyed Jacks, Paramount, 1961. Jim, Tomboy and the Champ, Universal, 1961. Trooper Plumtree, Cheyenne Autumn, Warner Bros., 1964. Sergeant Chillum, Major Dundee, Columbia, 1965. Jeff Harter, The Rare Breed, Universal, 1966. Alex, Will Penny, Paramount, 1967. Dave Bliss, Hang 'em High, United Artists, 1968. Tector Gorch, The Wild Bunch, Warner Bros., 1969. Short Grub, The Undefeated, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. James Pepper, Chisum, Warner Bros., 1970. Jesse Bookbinder, Something Big, National General, 1971. Sam the Lion, The Last Picture Show, Columbia, 1971. Spinner, The Bull of the West (also known as Hot Lead), 1971. Boland, Corky (also known as Lookin' Good), MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Buck Roan, junior Bonner, Cinerama, 1972.

206 • JOHNSON Jack Benyon, The Getaway, National General, 1972. Sheriff "Mean John" Simpson, Kid Blue, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973. Melvin H. Purvis, Dillinger, American International Pictures, 1973. Will Jesse, The Train Robbers, Warner Bros., 1973. Captain Harland Tanner, The Sugar/and Express, Universal, 1974. Pop, Bite the Bullet, Columbia, 1975. Martin Hollinger, Hustle, Paramount, 1975. Nathan Pearce, Breakheart Pass, United Artists, 1976. Faraday Hollis, The Greatest, Columbia, 1977. Captain J. D. 'Tone Wolf Morales, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, American International Pictures, 1977. John Colter, Gray Eagle, American International Pictures, 1977. Felix Austin, The Swarm, Warner Bros., 1978. Sheriff John Strong, The Hunter, Paramount, 1980. Carne, Terror Train (also known as Train of Terror), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1980. Sam Gorch, Soggy Bottom U.S.A. (also known as Swamp Rats), Gaylord, 1981. Sam Bellows, Ruckus (also known as The Loner and Ruckus in Madoc County), New World, 1981. Cole Collins, Tex, Buena Vista, 1982. Jack Mason, Red Dawn, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1984. Burly Cocks, Champions, Embassy, 1984. Six-finger Jake, Cherry 2000, Orion, 1985. Trespasses (also known as Finding Katie and Omen of Evil), [New Zealand and the United States], 1987. Mr. Burck Sr., Let's Get Harry (also known as The Rescue), TriStar/Delphi IV&V, 1987. Sheriff, Dark before Dawn, PSM Entertainment, 1988. Eli Mix, Back to Back, Concorde/Vertex, 1990. Jessie Dalton, My Heroes Have /A/ways Been Cowboys, Samuel Goldwyn, 1991. Geronimo Bill, Radio Flyer, Columbia, 1992. Warren Oates: /Across the Border (documentary), 1993. Hank Murphy, Angels in the Outfield (also known as Angels), Buena Vista, 1994. The Legend of O. B. Taggert, Northern Arts Entertainment, 1995. Arthur Cotton, The Evening Star, Paramount, 1996. Himself, Ben Johnson: Third Cowboy on the Right (documentary), FBN, 1996. Film Work: Horse wrangler, The Out/aw, RKO, 1943. Stuntperson, Fort Apache (also known as War Party), RKO, 1948. Director, The Last Ride (short), 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Appearances; Series: Sleeve, The Monroes, ABC, 1966-67. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Jim Bridger, Dream West, CBS, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Holly Gibson, Runaway/, ABC, 1973. Dwayne Birdsong, Blood Sport (also known as Poetry in Motion), ABC, 1973. Amos Fletcher, Locusts, ABC, 1974. Sheriff Donald McKew, The Savage Bees, NBC, 1976. Cap Roundtree, The Sadcetts, NBC, 1979. Doc George P. Bogardus, W//d Times, syndicated, 1980. Blackjack Traven, The Shadow Riders (also known as Louis L'Amour's The Shadow Riders), CBS, 1982. Bill Ward, Wild Horses, CBS, 1985. Vern Whitman, Stranger on My Land, ABC, 1988. John Laurienti, The Chase, 1991. Bronc Evans, Bonanza: The Return, NBC, 1993. Bronc Evans, Bonanza: Under Attack, NBC, 1995. Big Man, Ruby /ean and joe, Showtime, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Tex Barton, "Top Gun/' Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, ABC, 1958. Sheriff, "And the Desert Shall Bloom/' Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1958. Billy Pardee, "Hour After Dawn/7 Laramie, NBC, 1960. John Anderson, "A Head of Hair/' Have Gun Will Travel, CBS, 1960. Sam Crabbe, "The Race/' Have Gun Will Travel, CBS, 1961. "Like a Motherless Child," Route 66, CBS, 1961. "Point of Honor," Stoney Burke, ABC, 1962. Del McNabb, "A Long Piece of Mischief," Route 66, CBS, 1962. Stan, "The Gamble," Bonanza, NBC, 1962. John Bartlett, "The Fifth Bullet," Have Gun Will Travel, CBS, 1962. Spinner, "Duel at Shiloh," The Virginian, NBC, 1963. Ben Crown, "Quint-Cident,"Cunsmo/ce, CBS, 1963. "The Case of the Reckless Rock Hound," Perry Mason, CBS, 1964. "Dangerous Road," The Virginian, NBC, 1965. Burt Wade, "March from Camp Tyler," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1965. Bill Latigo, "McCord's Way," Branded, NBC, 1966. Vern Morland, "Quaker Girl,"Gunsmo/ce, CBS, 1966. Hogan, "Johnny Moon," The Virginian, NBC, 1967. Jed Cooper, "A Vision of Blindness," The Virginian, NBC, 1968.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Will Parker, "Ride a Northbound Horse/' Wonderful World of Disney, NBC, 1969. Samuel Bellis, "The Deserter/' Bonanza, NBC, 1969. Kelly James, "Top Hand," Bonanza, NBC, 1971. Hannon, "Drago," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1971. Guest, The Reef Fisher Show, 1979. Television Appearances; Specials: Jess Taylor, The Red Pony, NBC, 1973. Will Parker, "Ride a Northbound Horse/' WonderWorks, PBS, 1987. "Legends of the American West/' Time Machine with jack Perkins, Arts and Entertainment, 1992. Radio Appearances; Episodic: Appeared as a guest on a program on KIKK (Houston, TX), c. 1976. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, April 19, 1996, p. 17. People Weekly, April 22, 1996, p. 103. Time, April 22, 1996, p. 33.*

JONES, Dean 1933(?)PERSONAL Full name, Dean Carroll Jones; born January 25,1933 (some sources say 1930 or 1931), in Morgan City (some sources say Decatur), AL; son of Andrew Guy and Nolia Elizabeth (White) Jones; married Mae Inez Entwisle, January 1, 1954 (divorced); married Lori Patrick, 1973; children: (first marriage) Carol Elizabeth, Deanna Mae. Education: Attended Asbury College; attended University of California, Los Angeles, 1957. Addresses: /Agent—The Blake Agency, 415 North Camden Dr., Suites 121-122, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actor. Also worked as a blues singer in New Orleans, LA. Military service: U.S. Navy, 1953. Awards, Honors: Golden Globe Award nomination, best motion picture actor in a musical or comedy, 1972, for The $ 1,000,000 Duck. CREDITS Film Appearances: Hardware store clerk, These Wilder Years, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1956.

JONES • 207 Ollie, Tea and Sympathy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Private, Somebody up There Likes Me, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Go-fer, The Opposite Sex, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Buck Rivers, The Great American Pastime, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1956. Marine lieutenant, Unt/7 They Sail, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1957. Ten Thousand Bedrooms, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1957. Teddy Talbot, ]ailhouse Rock, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1957. Lieutenant Jake "Fuzz" Foley, Torpedo Run, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1958. Imitation Ceneral, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. Zachary Davis, Handle with Care, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1958. Lexington Nelson, Night of the Quarter Moon (also known as Flesh and Flame), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1959. Jim Norby, Never So Few, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1959. David, Under the Yum Yum Tree, Columbia, 1963. Dr. Lew Worship, The New Interns, Columbia, 1964. Zeke Kelso, That Darn Cat, Buena Vista, 1965. Two on a Guillotine, Warner Bros., 1965. Mark Garrison, The Ugly Dachshund, Buena Vista, 1965. Cass Henderson, Any Wednesday (also known as Bachelor Girl Apartment), Warner Bros., 1966. Hand Dussard, Monkeys Go Home, Buena Vista, 1967. Steve Walker, Blackbeard's Ghost, Buena Vista, 1968. Fredrick Bolton, The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit, 1968. Jim Douglas, The Love Bug, Buena Vista, 1969. Mr. Super Invisible (also known as Mr. Invisible, El Invencible Hombre Invisible, L'inafferrabile Invincibile Mr. Invisible, and Mister Superinvisible), originally released, 1970, Buena Vista, 1976. Professor Albert Dooley, The $1,000,000 Duck (also known as The Million Dollar Dude), Buena Vista, 1971. Johnny Baxter, Snowball Express, Buena Vista, 1972. Wilby Daniels, The Shaggy D.A., Buena Vista, 1976. Jim Douglas, Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo, Buena Vista, 1977. Charles Colson, Bom Again, Avco-Embassy, 1978. St. John, St. John in Exile, 1986. William J. Coles, Other People's Money, Warner Bros., 1991.

208 • JONES Dr. Herman Varnick, Beethoven, Universal, 1992. Judge Moore, Clear and Present Danger, Paramount, 1994. The Visual Bible: The Gospel According to Matthew, Monarch Home Video, 1996. Joe and Professor Mortimer,/4 Spasso net Tempo (also known as Adrift in Time), Filmauro, 1996. Mr. Flint, That Darn Cat, Buena Vista, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Title role, Ensign O'Toole, NBC, 1962-63, then ABC, 1964. Host, What's It All About, World?, ABC, 1969. Line McCray, The Chicago Teddy Bears, CBS, 1971. Jim Douglas, Herbie, the Love Bug, CBS, 1982. Voice of George, Beethoven (animated), CBS, 199495. Voice of Dr. Karel, ]onny Quest: The New Adventures (animated), The Cartoon Network, TBS, and TNT, 1996. Voice of Abraham, Nightmare Ned (animated), ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: The Great Man's Whiskers, NBC, 1973. Guess Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (also known as Guess Who's Sleeping in My Bed?), ABC, 1973. When Every Day Was the Fourth of]uly (also known as When Every Day Was the 4th of July), NBC, 1978. Ed Cooper, The Long Days of Summer, ABC, 1980. Jack Ayers, Fire and Rain, USA Network, 1987. Harry Bannister, Saved by the Bell—Hawaiian Style, 1992. Dean Carlson, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, ABC, 1995. Scotty Berlin, Special Report: Journey to Mars, CBS, 1996. Jim Douglas, "The Love Bug," The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Once upon a Brothers Grimm, CBS, 1977. Father, Kraft Salutes Walt Disney World's 10th Anniversary, 1982. We the People 200: The Constitutional Gala, CBS, 1987. Presenter, The 7th Annual Genes is Awards, 1993. Television Appearances; Pilots: "Who Killed Julie Greer?," Burke's Law, broadcast as an episode of The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1961.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 The Dean /ones Show, CBS, 1965. Jerry Martin, / Love Her Anyway, ABC, 1981. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Sunday Man," Zane Grey Theater, CBS, 1960. The Aquanauts, CBS, 1960. "Beat the Drums Slowly/' The Outlaws, NBC, 1960. "Red Sand/' Stagecoach West, ABC, 1960. "The Friendship/' Bonanza, NBC, 1961. "A Killing in Calico/' Tales of Wells Fargo, NBC, 1961. "Play It Blue/' Target: The Corruptors, ABC, 1962. "The Lieutenant Burton Story," Wagon Train, NBC, 1962. "A Fire in the Sacred Fruit Tree," Ben Casey, ABC, 1963. "Who Killed Eleanor Davis?" Burke's Law, ABC, 1963. "The Rise and Fall of Eddie Carew," Kraft Suspense Theater, NBC, 1965. "The Spectre," Medical Center, CBS, 1974. Good Heavens, ABC, 1976. Aloha Paradise, ABC, 1981. "Julie and the Producer," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "Yesterday's Child," Finder of Lost Loves, ABC, 1984. "It's a Dog's Life," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. Leonard Palmer, "Harbinger of Death /'Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Jonathan Crane, "Father," Nowhere Man, UPN, 1995. Stage Appearances: There Was a Little Girl, Broadway production, 1960. Under the Yum Yum Tree, Broadway production, 1960. Robert, Company, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1970. James Prescott, Into the Light, Neil Simon Theatre, New York City, 1986. Robert, Company (staged concerts featuring the original cast members), Terrace Theatre, Long Beach, CA, and Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, both 1993. RECORDINGS Cast Albums: Cast albums include the original cast recording, Company, Columbia. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, February 20, 1995, pp. 11-12.*

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JOUDRY, Patricia

1921PERSONAL

Born October 18, 1921, in Spirit River, Alberta, Canada; daughter of Clifford George (a magazine editor and publisher) and Beth (a painter and potter; maiden name, Gilbart) Joudry; married Delmar Dinsdale (divorced, 1952); married John Steele (divorced, 1975); children: Gay Gilbaud, Sharon Martin, Stephanie, Melanie, Felicity. Religion: "Every possible kind/' Addresses: Home—P.O. Box 105, Lund, British Columbia VON 2GO, Canada. Career: Writer. Member: Playwrights Union of Canada. Awards, Honors: Named Canadian woman of the year by the Toronto press, 1955; Best Play Award, Dominion Drama Festival, 1956, for Teach Me How to Cry; London West End Award and First Prize, Stratford-Globe playwriting competition, both 1959, for Walk Alone Together; First Prize Winner, National Playwriting Seminar, London, Ontario, Canada, for Don the Dinted Armour. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Teach Me How to Cry (also known as The Restless Years and The Wonderful Years), Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1955, published by Dramatists Play Service (New York City), 1955. The Sand Castle, Margo Jones Theatre, Dallas, TX, 1956, published by Playwrights Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1981. Three Rings for Michelle, Avenue Theatre, Toronto, 1956. Walk Alone Together, Duke of York Theatre, London, England, 1960. Semi-Detached, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1960, published by Dramatists Play Service. The Song of Louise in the Morning (one-act play), Dramatists Play Service, 1960. Valerie, London, England, 1961. The Man with the Perfect Wife, Royal Ponciana Playhouse, Miami, FL, 1965. Think Again, 1969. Now (multimedia), 1970.

IChing, 1971.

JUMP • 209 A Very Modest Orgy, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1981, published in 1981. O Listen!, written, 1976, Theatre Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1984, published in novelized form by McClelland and Stewart, 1980. Also wrote Don the Dinted Armour, Cod Goes Heathen, Stranger in My House, Years of Your Father, A Child of Wisdom, Fly with Me to Paradise Found, Anybody Seen My Yo-Yo?, Toes of Clay, and Think Again. Nonfiction: And the Children Played, Tundra Books (Plattsburg, NY), 1975. Spirit River to Angels' Roost: Religions I Have Loved and Left (autobiography), Tundra Books (Plattsburg, NY), 1977. Sound Therapy for the Walk Man, St. Peter's Press (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada), 1984. (With Maurie D. Pressman) Twin Souls: Eternal Feminine, Eternal Masculine, Somerville House Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1993. (With Maurie D. Pressman) Twin Souls: A Guide to Finding Your True Spiritual Partner, Somerville House Canada, 1993. Also wrote The P.A.N. Environment and various essays. Novels: The Dweller on the Threshold, McClelland and Stewart (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 1973. The Selena Tree, McClelland and Stewart, 1980. Also wrote The Continuing City and A Very Modest Orgy; also author of several short stories. Radio Scripts; Series: The Aldrich Family, syndicated and NBC, 1946-49. Also wrote for Penny's Diary. SIDELIGHTS A doctoral thesis from McGill University addresses Joudry's theatrical writings.

JUMP, Gordon

1932PERSONAL

Born April 1, 1932, in Dayton, OH; married Anna, 1963 (divorced, 1992); children: Cindy, Kiva,

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Maggie-Jo. Education: Attended Kansas State University. Addresses: /Agent—Abrams Artists and Associates, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 625, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor, producer, and writer. WIBW, Dayton, OH, production director; WLWD, Dayton, OH, manager of broadcast services department. As "Maytag repairman," spokesperson for Maytag appliances, beginning in 1993. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: McDuff, the Talking Dog, NBC, 1976. Sheriff Tinkler, Soap, ABC, 1977-78. Arthur Carlson, WKRP in Cincinnati, CBS, 1978-82. Host, Make Yourself at Home, PBS, 1988. Lucas Underwood, 5/ster Kate, NBC, 1989. Arthur Carlson, The New WKRP in Cincinnati, syndicated, 1991-93. Television Appearances; Movies: Rolling Man, ABC, 1972. "Sybil," The Big Event, NBC, 1976. Ruby and Oswald (also known as Four Days in Dallas), CBS, 1978. Goldie and the Boxer, NBC, 1979. Sherm Sotherland, Midnight Offerings, ABC, 1981. For Lovers Only, ABC, 1982. Chief John Heller, On Fire, ABC, 1987. Arthur Wellman, Perry Mason: The Case of the Lost Love (also known as The Case of the Lost Love), NBC, 1987. Sheldon Wannamaker, "Justin Case," The Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1988. Arnold Fulmer, Bitter Vengeance, USA Network, 1994. Also appeared in The Phantom Rebel. Television Appearances; Pilots: Archie, ABC, 1976. Great Day, CBS, 1983. Second Edition, NBC, 1984. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Devil's Four," Daniel Boone, NBC, 1965. "Casablanca," Get Smart, NBC, 1966. "Maxwell Smart, Private Eye," Get Smart, NBC, 1967. "Das Lumpen," Green Acres, CBS, 1967. "Twenty-one and Out" (also known as "21 and Out"), T.H.E. Cat, NBC, 1967.

"The Homecoming," Lancer, CBS, 1968. Mechanic, "Call Me Irresponsible," The Brady Bunch, ABC, 1970. Collins, "The Possible Dream," The Brady Bunch, ABC, 1970. "Once upon a Saturday," Mannix, CBS, 1970. "What? And Get out of Show Business?" The Partridge Family, ABC, 1970. "The Hostages," The Young Rebels, ABC, 1970. "The Return of Darrin the Bold," Bewitched, ABC, 1971. "Money Happy Returns," Bewitched, ABC, 1971. "Violent Echo," Cade's County, CBS, 1971. The Partridge Family, ABC, 1971. "Love and the Bowling Ball," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. The New Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1972. The Partridge Family, ABC, 1972. Sergeant Lacy, "Murder by Proxy," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972. Judy's father, "The Courtship of Mary's Father's Daughter," The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1972. "The Congressman's Son," The Paul Lynde Show, ABC, 1973. A Touch of Grace, ABC, 1973. "Love and the Suspicious Husband," Love, American Style, ABC, 1973. "The Strike-out King," The Partridge Family, ABC, 1973. Hank Morton, "Hi There, Sports Fans," The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1973. "The Last Haircut," That's My Mama, ABC, 1974. "Guess Who's Feeding the Pigeons?" The Girl with Something Extra, NBC, 1974. "Art for Mom's Sake," The Partridge Family, ABC, 1974. "$35 Will Fly You to the Moon," Chase, NBC, 1974. "Slay Ride," Kojak, CBS, 1974. Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers, CBS, 1974. "No Place to Hide," Police Woman, NBC, 1975. Freddie, "Just by Accident," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1975. "Anatomy of a Frame," Harry O, ABC, 1975. "Lester," Harry O, ABC, 1975. "Stung from Behind," Switch, CBS, 1975. Vinnie, "Deadly Imposter/'Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1975. "Welcome Home, Jamie," The B/on/c Woman, ABC, 1976. Appleby, "A Bad Deal in the Valley," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1976. Alice, CBS, 1976. "Mystery of the Diamond Triangle," The Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1977.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Last One for Hutch/' Baa Baa Black Sheep (also known as Black Sheep Squadron), NBC, 1977. Good Times, CBS, 1977. "The Invisible Maniac," The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. "The Big Stuffed Dog," Project Peacock, NBC, 1981. "The Bicycle Man," D iff'rent Strokes, NBC, 1983. "Putting on the Dog," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. "Aerobic April," The Love Boat, ABC, 1984. "The Dirkin Detective Agency," CBS Children's Mystery Theater, CBS, 1985. "World War III," Night Court, NBC, 1985. "Guilt Trip," Amazing Stories, NBC, 1985. "Camp Apollo," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1986. "Love and the Balcony," The New Love, American Style, ABC, 1986. "Frat Wars," The Love Boat, ABC, 1986. "Be a Man," Crowing Pains, ABC, 1986. The Golden Girls, NBC, 1986. Frank Tilley, "If the Frame Fits," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Ed Malone, "The Breakfast Club," Growing Pains, ABC, 1987. Ed Malone, "Thank You, Willie Nelson," Growing Pains, ABC, 1987. "The Love Potion," What a Country, syndicated, 1987. "Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?," The Love Boat, ABC, 1987. Mr. Ripple, "Darlin' Clementine," Shelley Duvall's Tall Tales and Legends, Showtime, 1987. Archie, "Spirited Christmas," Who's the Boss? ABC, 1988. Max, "Living in the Fault," Baywatch, syndicated, 1989. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Golfing buddy, Empty Nest, 1994. Mr. Tot, Married. . . with Children, Fox, 1996. Mr.Thomassoulo, "The Voice,"Seinfeld, NBC, 1997. Himself, "Caroline and the Kept Man," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1997.

JUMP « 2 1 1 Television Appearances; Specials: "Fawn Story," ABCAfterschool Specials, ABC, 1975. Just a Little More Love, NBC, 1983. Other Television Appearances: Businessman, Cop on the Beat (also known as The Return of Joe Forrester), NBC, 1975. Lloyd Hogan, A Cry for Help, ABC, 1975. Cus Brown and Midnight Brewster, NBC, 1985. Film Appearances: The apostle Peter, Mormon Temple Film (also known as Project #134), 1969. Adam at Six A.M., National General, 1970. Auctioneer, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Trouble Man, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Dr. O'Brien, House Ca//s, Universal, 1978. Nuckells, The Fury, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. Mr. Harriman, Making the Grade, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1984. Simon Eberhart, Moving, Warner Bros., 1988. Mr. Nelson, Honeymoon Academy (also known as For Better or for Worse), Triumph Releasing, 1990. Educational Film Appearances: Alcoholism, Pit of Despair, AIMS Media, 1983. Ask Any Dummy—Seat Belts Make Sense, AIMS Media, 1989. Stage Work: Producer of the play High Times. WRITINGS Author of the play High Times.*

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KANALY, Steve 1946-

J. D. Helms, Okavango: The Wild Frontier, syndicated, 1993. All My Children, ABC, 1994-95.

PERSONAL Full name, Steven Francis Kanaly; born March 14, 1946, in Burbank, CA; son of Lowell Francis and Marjorie Bell (Hinds) Kanaly; married Brent Elizabeth Power, March 27, 1975; children: Quinn Kathryn, Evan Elizabeth. Education: Attended Los Angeles Pierce College, 1968-70, and California State University, Northridge, 1970-71; trained for the stage and film at Film Industry Workshop and with Victor French and Stella Adler. Politics: Republican. Religion: Episcopalian. Avocational interests: Painting, piano, gardening, tennis, skiing, hunting, fishing, archery. Addresses: Agent—Paul Kohner, 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 555, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. ContactMichael B. Druxman, P.O. Box 8086, Calabasas, CA 91372-8086. Career: Actor and director. Los Desperados Cattle Co., owner; Steve Kanaly Celebrity Ski Classic, founder and producer. Military service: U.S. Army, 1966-68; served in Vietnam; received Air Medal and Army Commendation Medal. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Directors Guild of America, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Awards, Honors: Two Soap Opera Digest Awards, best supporting actor, both for Dallas. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Ray Krebbs, Dallas, CBS, 1978-88.

Television Appearances; Movies: Sam Cowley, Melvin Purvis, G-Man (also known as G-Man and The Legend of Machine Gun Kelly), ABC, 1974. Gordon, Amelia Earhart, NBC, 1976. Ray Pierce, Young]oe, the Forgotten Kennedy, ABC, 1977. To Find My Son, CBS, 1980. Ray Krebbs, Dallas: War of the Ewings, CBS, 1998. Also appeared in He Wants Her Back, PBS. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Sizzling Stones," Chase, NBC, 1973. "Silence," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1976. "Assault on the Princess," The Bionic Woman, ABC, 1976. "Trial Board," Po//ce Story, NBC, 1977. "The Sleeper," Hawa/7 F/Ve-0, CBS, 1978. "Death," Time Express, CBS, 1979. Harold Sims, "Avenging Angels," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1979. "Beautiful Skeptic," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. "Revenge of the Forgotten," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1983. "The Real Thing," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. "Mistaken Identities," Hotel, ABC, 1984. The scout, "Strangers in Possum Meadows," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1988. Also appeared in Police Woman. Television Work; Episodic: Director, Da//as, CBS, between 1978 and 1988.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Other Television Appearances: Mason Hollander, Scene of the Crime (pilot), NBC, 1984. The Wildest West Show of the Stars (special), CBS, 1986. Battle of the Network Stars XIX (special), ABC, 1988. Film Appearances: Whorehouse Lucky Jim, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, National General, 1970. Pretty Boy Floyd, Dillinger, American International, 1973. Jessup, The Sugar/and Express, Universal, 1974. My Name Is Nobody (also known as // mio nome e nessuno), Universal, 1974. Edmonds, Terminal Man, Warner Bros., 1974. Tom, Rape Squad (also known asAct of Vengeance), 1974. Captain Jerome, The Wind and the Lion, United Artists/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1975. Midway (also known as The Battle of Midway), Universal, 1976. Sally's husband, Big Wednesday (also known asSummer of Innocence), Warner Bros., 1978. Sam, Fleshburn (also known as Fear in a Handful of Dust), Warner Bros., 1984. Sam Cole, Balboa, Vestron/Entertainment Artists, 1986. Capt. Calvin, Headhunter, Gibraltar Entertainment, 1989. Major Verdum, Eye of the Eagle 3 (also known as Last Stand at Lang Mel and Last Stand at Langvei), Concorde, 1989. Mr. Goodwyn, Driving Me Crazy (also known as Trabbi Goes to Hollywood), Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1991. Kent, Double Trouble, Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1992. Judge Dixon, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, Live Entertainment, 1994. Narrator, Fire on the Mountain (documentary), First Run Features, 1995. Collier, Midnight Blue, Motion Picture Corporation of America, 1997. Stage Appearances: Slim, Of Mice and Men, Will Geet's Theatrical Botanicum, 1975.*

KATT, William 195IMPERSONAL Full name, William Kattjr.; born February 16, 1951 (some sources say 1950 or 1955), in Los Angeles,

KATT * 2 1 3 CA; son of Bill Williams (an actor) and Barbara Hale (an actress); married Deborah Kahane, July 22,1979; children: Clayton Alexander, Emerson Hunter. Education: Attended Orange Coast College; trained for the stage with Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Workshop. Politics: Democrat. Addresses:/Agent—Paul Kohner, 9300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 555, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Member of South Coast Repertory Theatre. Military service: U.S. Air National Guard. Awards, Honors: Drama Critics Circle Award, best actor, 1979, for Bon Jour La Bon jour. CREDITS Film Appearances: Peter Addams, The Late Liz, Gateway, 1971. Tommy Ross, Carrie, United Artists, 1976. Elgin Smith, First Love, UMC Pictures, 1977. Jack, Big Wednesday (also known as Summer of Innocence), Warner Bros., 1978. Harry "Sundance" Longbaum, Butch and Sundance, the Early Years, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. George Loomis, Baby, Secret of a Lost Legend (also known as Dinosaur . . . Secret of the Lost Legend), Buena Vista, 1985. Roger Cobb, House, New World, 1986. Steve Shepard, White Chost, Gibraltar, 1988. Marshall Roman, Wedding Band, IRS Releasing, 1990. Rebel Storm (also known as Rebel Waves and Rising Storm), Academy Entertainment, 1990. Paul Avery, Last Call, Prism Entertainment, 1991. Franklyn Carlyle, Naked Obsession, Vestron Video, 1992. Roger Cobb, House IV (also known as House IV: Home Deadly Home), New Line Home Video, 1992. Michael Cooper, Double X: The Name of the Game (also known as Run Rabbit Run), New World International, 1992. Richard Sullivan, Desperate Motive (also known as Distant Cousins), New Line, 1993. Waggy, Tollbooth, Trans Atlantic Entertainment/New Line, 1994. Brian, The Paperboy, Republic, 1994. Dr. Dell Davis,Amerikan Cop (also known ^American Cop and Americanski Blues), A-P5x Entertainment, 1995. Decaf, Cyborg 3: The Recycler, Warner Vision Films, 1995.

214 • KATT Don Mitchell, Daddy's Girl, Live Entertainment, 1996. Lisa's father, lawbreaker, Columbia/Tri-Star, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Ralph Hinkley (Hanley), Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1981-83. Congressman Thomas Bell, Jr., Top of the Hill, CBS, 1989. Nick Calder, Good Sports, CBS, 1991. Paul Carson, Models Inc., Fox, 1994. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Edward Marshall, Rough Riders (also known as Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders), TNT, 1997. Television Appearances; Movies: (Television debut) Young marine, Night Chase (also known as The Man in the Back Seat), 1970. The Trackers, ABC, 1971. Billy Jack, The Daughters of Joshua Cabe, ABC, 1972. Bob, Can Ellen Be Saved? (also known as Children of Cod), ABC, 1974. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason Returns, NBC, 1985. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun, NBC, 1986. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Shooting Star, NBC, 1986. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Sinister Spirit, NBC, 1987. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Scandalous Scoundrel, NBC, 1987. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Murdered Madam, NBC, 1987. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Lost Love, NBC, 1987. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Lady in the Lake, NBC, 1988. Paul Drake, Jr., Perry Mason: The Case of the Avenging Ace, NBC, 1988. Brian Rutledge, Swimsuit (also known as Swimsuit: The Movie), NBC, 1989. Troy Rooney, Stranger fay Night, HBO, 1994. Paul Grogan, "Piranha," Roger Gorman Presents, Showtime, 1995. Ben Healy, Problem Child 3: Junior in Love (also known as Problem Child 3: lunlor's in Love), NBC, 1995. Paul Donahue, Rattled, USA Network, 1996. Andrew Burns, Devil's Food, Lifetime, 1996. Harry Harper, Mother Teresa: In the Name of God's Poor (also known as In the Name of God's Poor), The Family Channel, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Appearances; Episodic: "Death by the Numbers," Ironside, NBC, 1972. "Dear Dad," MM*S*H, CBS, 1972. "Warning: All Wives," Po//ce Woman, NBC, 1974. "The Tarnished Badge," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1974. "The Old Neighborhood," The Rookies, ABC, 1974. "Life, Liberation, and the Pursuit of Death," Kojak, CBS, 1975. "Thumbelina," Faerie Tale Theatre, Showtime, 1984. Ben Witherspoon, "Past Tense, Future Tense," Our House, NBC, 1986. Dr. Burke, "A Stolen Heart," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, USA Network, 1988. Photographer, "Teddy's Best Friend," Sisters, NBC, 1992. Derek Hartman, "Love's Deadly Desire,"Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992. Voice of Zowie, Batman: The Animated Series, Fox, 1992. Roland Spear, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1993. Dave Dwyer, Okavango, syndicated, 1993. Voice, "Dr. Roma," Animaniacs (also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs), Fox, 1993. Himself and Jake, Cyb/7/, CBS, 1995. George's father, Seventh Heaven, The WB, 1996. Keith Porter, Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1998. Dr. Philip Waylan, The Net, USA Network, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Title role, Pippin, ON-TV, 1981. Jimmy Curry, The Rainmaker, 1982. The All New Circus of the Stars and Side Show, CBS, 1991. The Defense Rests: A Tribute to Raymond Burr, NBC, 1993. Host, Tabloids: Behind the Headlines, syndicated, 1993. Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Young Fisher, We Bombed in New Haven, South Coast Repertory, Orange County, CA, 1969. Rolf, The Sound of Music, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, 1972. Cyrano cfe Bergerac, 1973. Too Much Johnson, Shadow Box, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1975. (New York debut) Serge, Bon /our La Bon Jour, Phoenix Repertory, 1979. Abraham and Cliff, Sarah and Abraham, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, NJ, 1991-92. Also appeared in Days of Wine and Roses.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Tours: Rolf, The Sound of Music, U.S. cities, 1972.

KERWIN, Brian 1949PERSONAL Born October 25, 1949, in Chicago, IL. Education: University of Southern California, B.A. (cinema). Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Drama Critics' Circle Award, best lead performance, 1987, for Strange Snow; Theatre World Award, 1988, for Emily. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Greg Foster, The Young and the Restless, CBS, 197677. Deputy Birdwell ''Birdie" Hawkins, The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo, NBC, 1979-80. Deputy Birdwell "Birdie" Hawkins, Lobo, NBC, 198081. Eli Harrison, Angel Falls, CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Gideon Chisholm, The Chisholms, CBS, 1979. Jack Vanda, Power, NBC, 1980. Malachy Hale, The Blue and the Cray, CBS, 1982. Dancy Cutler, Bluegrass, CBS, 1988. Bob Mays, Switched at Birth, NBC, 1991. Television Appearances; Pilots: Albie McRae, The Busters, CBS, 1978. Bruce Douglas, The Paradise Connection, CBS, 1979. Willie James, The James Boys, NBC, 1982. Television Appearances; Movies: The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened, CBS, 1977. Til Johnson, A Real American Hero (also known as Hard Stick), CBS, 1978. Michael Carrington, Miss Ail-American Beauty, CBS, 1982. Nick Todd, Intimate Agony, ABC, 1983. Keating, Wet Cold, ABC, 1984. Power, Passion, and Murder, 1987.

KERWIN « 2 1 5 Captain Michael J. Smith, "Challenger," ABC Theater, ABC, 1990. Jack Adkins, Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore (also known as Cobb's Law: Incident in Baltimore), CBS, 1992. Doug, Abandoned and Deceived (also known asACES: The Gerri Jensen Story and AC.E.5.), ABC, 1995. Ben Bartilson, Unlikely Angel, CBS, 1996. Bobby Ray Flood, Critical Choices (also known as The Clinic), Showtime, 1996. Jack Putnam, It Came from Outer Space II (also known as It Came from Outer Space 2), Sci-Fi Channel, 1996. Joey Finn, Sins of Silence, CBS, 1996. Buck Adams, Volcano: Fire on the Mountain (also known as Fire on the Mountain), ABC, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Innocent," Logan's Run, CBS, 1977. The American Girls, CBS, 1978. Himself, "The Great 5K Star Race and Boulder Wrap Party," CHiPs, NBC, 1980. "The Incredible Hunk," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, CBS, 1983. "Manna from Heaven," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1984. "Hotel of Dreams," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1984. "Death Casts a Spell/'Murc/er, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. Terence O'Casey, "Time Heals: Part 1," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1986. Terence O'Casey, "Time Heals: Part 2,"St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1986. "Shadow Puppets," The Hitchhiker, HBO, 1987. Gary, Roseanne, ABC, 1989. Gary Hall, "All of Me," Roseanne, ABC, 1990. Gary Hall, "To Tell the Truth," Roseanne, ABC, 1990. Gary Hall, "Like a Virgin," Roseanne, ABC, 1990. Gary Hall, "Good-bye, Mr. Right," Roseanne, ABC, 1990. Donald, "Judy, You're Not Yourself Today," Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1990. Also appeared as Birdwell "Birdie" Hawkins, BJ. and the Bear, NBC, and in Murder, She Wrote, CBS. Television Appearances; Specials: NBC team member, Battle of the Network Stars VIII, ABC, 1980. NBC team member, Battle of the Network Stars X, ABC, 1981. Hal Graham, "Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Natica Jackson" (also known as "Natica Jackson" and "Tales from the Hollywood Hills"), Great Performances, PBS, 1987.

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1927PERSONAL

Original name, Irwin Alan Kniberg (some sources spell the surname Kinberg); born December 26,1927, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Bernard (a handbag cutter) and Minnie (Solomon) Kniberg; married Jeanette Sprung, February 1,1947; children: Robert, Andrew, Elaine Ray. Education: Educated in Brooklyn, NY. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Comedian, actor, producer. Won second place in Major Bowers' Amateur Hour contest, c. 1940. Made cabaret and concert appearances in the United States and abroad, including Dominion Theatre, London, 1957, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1959, Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, 1960, and Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City; toured with Judy Garland in the 1950s. Alan King Diagnostic Medical Center, Israel, founder; Toyota Comedy Festival, founder, 1993; Alan King Tennis Classic (now Newsweek Champions Cup), founder and currently chairperson. Spokesperson in commercials for Toyota; chair of New York State Governor's Office for Motion Picture and Television Development. Once worked as a boxer and nightclub doorman. Member: Friars Club. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Alan King: Inside the Comedy Mind, Comedy Central, 1991-93. Voice, Baseball, ABC, 1994. Television Work; Series: Producer, The Corner Bar, ABC, 1972-73. Creator, Alan King: Inside the Comedy Mind, Comedy Central, 1991. Television Appearances; Specials: The ABC Comedy Hour, ABC, 1972. Judy Garland: The Concert Years, 1985. Harry Belafonte: Don't Stop the Carnival, 1985. Great Confrontations at the Oxford Union: Resolved That Englishmen Are Funnier than Americans, PBS, 1987. "An Evening with Alan King at Carnegie Hall/' On Location, HBO, 1987.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Caesar's 20th Birthday Celebration, Showtime, 1987. America's Tribute to Bob Hope (also known as America at Its Finest: A Tribute to the Bob Hope Cultural Center), NBC, 1988. The Billy Martin Celebrity Roast, syndicated, 1989. 'The World of Jewish Humor," Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Super Bowl Saturday Nite, CBS, 1990. The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show, CBS, 1991. Street Scenes: New York on Film, American Movie Classics, 1992. HBO's 20th Anniversary—We Hardly Believe It Ourselves (also known as HBO's 20th Anniversary Special—We Don't Believe It Ourselves), HBO, 1992. The 10th Annual Montreal Comedy Festival, Showtime, 1992. Host, "A New York Night-Live!/' HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1993. Comic Relief VI, HBO, 1994. The State's 43rd Annual Halloween Special, CBS, 1995. The Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special (also known as The Very Best of Ed Sullivan IV), CBS, 1995. A Comedy Salute to Andy Kaufman, NBC, 1995. 20 Years of Comedy on HBO, HBO, 1995. Interviewee, "Dean Martin: Everybody Loves Somebody/' Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. Gail Sheehy's New Passages, ABC, 1996. Interviewee, "Lena Home: In Her Own Voice/' American Masters, PBS, 1996. Interviewee, "Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997. Host, The College of Comedy with Alan King, 1997. Appeared in Comedy Is King, NBC. Television Appearances; Episodic: Guest host, The Kraft Music Hall, NBC, multiple appearances between 1967 and 1971. That's Life, ABC, multiple appearances between 1968 and 1969. Conversation with Cassini, Arts and Entertainment, 1989. "Securitate," Law and Order, NBC, 1992. Bun Wolf/Eating Well, PBS, 1992. God, "Never Can Say Goodbye/' Murphy Brown, CBS, 1998. Appeared on The Garry Moore Show, CBS, The Ed Sullivan Show (more than ninety appearances), The Perry Como Show, and The Bob Hope Show.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Rabbi Hier, The Infiltrator (also known as In Hitler's Shadow), HBO, 1995. Bernie, Dad, the Angel, and Me, The Family Channel, 1995. Other Television Appearances: Harry Lee, Seventh A venue (miniseries), NBC, 1977. Cab driver, How to Pick Up Girls!, ABC, 1978. Pleasure Palace, CBS, 1980. Alan "Coop" Cooper, The Alan King Show (pilot), CBS, 1986. Other Television Work: Producer, Return to Earth, 1976. Film Appearances: The Clenrowan Affair (also known as A Message to Kelly), British Empire, 1951. Shore patrol, Hit the Deck, 1955. Maguire, The Girl He Left Behind, Warner Bros., 1956. Sergeant Gil Parker, Miracle in the Rain, Warner Bros., 1956. Benny, The Helen Morgan Story (also known as Both Ends of the Candle), Warner Bros., 1957. Top Sergeant Buzzer, Operation Snafu (also known as On the Fiddle and Operation Warhead), American International Pictures, 1961. The rabbi, Bye Bye Braverman, Warner Bros., 1968. Pat Angelo, The Anderson Tapes, Columbia, 1971. Max Herschel,/ust Tell Me What You Want, Warner Bros., 1980. Voice, Pinocchio's Christmas, Rankin-Bass Productions, 1980 (some sources cite a 1988 release date). Cameo appearance, Prince of the City, Warner Bros., 1981. Kreplich, Author! Author!, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Charles Kalecki, /, the Jury, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982. Dr. Donatti, Stephen King's "Cat's Eye" (also known as The Cat's Eye), United Artists, 1983. Dr. Lionel Gross, Lovesick, Warner Bros., 1983. Himself, You Talkin'to Me?, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ Second Generation Films, 1987. Helicopter gunner, Bat*21, TriStar, 1988. Ft/nny (documentary), Original Cinema, 1988. Abe, Memories of Me, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Rabbi Lembeck, Enemies, a Love Story, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989.

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Arthur Ruskin, Bonfire of the Vanities, Warner Bros., 1990. "Boom-Boom" Grossman, Night and the City, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1992. Andy Stone, Casino, Universal, 1995. Carl Carobelli, Under the Gun (also known as Ironfist), [Australia], 1995. Film Work: Producer, Happy Birthday, Gemini, United Artists, 1980. Executive producer, Wolfen, Warner Bros., 1981. Producer, Cattle Annie and Little Britches, Universal, 1981. Producer, Lovesick, Warner Bros., 1983. Producer (with Billy Crystal and Michael Hertzberg), Memories of Me, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988. Stage Appearances: The Impossible Years, Broadway production, 1966. Dinner at Eight, Broadway production, 1966. Something Different, Broadway production, 1967. Also appeared in Guys and Dolls, City Center Theatre, New York City. Opening act (comedy) for singer Frank Sinatra, Steel Pier, Atlantic City, 1944. Stage Work; Tours: Producer, Toyota Comedy Festival, 1993. RECORDINGS Albums: Alan King in Suburbia, Seeco, 1962. Also recorded The Best of Alan King, Seeco.

Other: Contributor to periodicals, including Show. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volumes 89-92, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1980. Periodicals: New York Times, May 19, 1993. People, September 16, 1996, p. 46.*

KITT, Eartha 1927PERSONAL Full name Eartha Mae Kitt; born January 17,1927, in Columbia, SC; daughter of William and Mamie (Reily) Kitt (some sources say John and Anna Kitt); married William McDonald, June, 1960 (divorced, 1965); children: Kitt Shapiro. Education: Attended the High School of the Performing Arts, New York City. Avocational interests: Reading, gardening, exercising. Addresses: Manager—c/o Jerry Kravat Entertainment, 404 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016. Career: Singer, dancer, actress, and writer. Katherine Dunham Dance Troupe, soloist in tours of the United States, Mexico, and Europe, 1948; nightclub singer in France, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, New York City, Hollywood, CA, Las Vegas, NV, London, England, and Stockholm, Sweden, 1949—; performed in South Africa, 1977; performs annually at the Cafe Carlyle, Carlyle Hotel, New York City; nightclub proprietor in Paris, France; spokesperson for UNICEF.

WRITINGS Television: Nothing Upstairs (special), CBS, 1990. Books: (With Kathryn Kyan) Anybody Who Owns His Own Home Deserves It, Dutton (New York City), 1962. (With Jack Shurman) Help, I'm a Prisoner in a Chinese Bakery, Dutton, 1964. (With Mini Sheraton) Is Salami and Eggs Better than Sex?, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1985. (With Chris Chase) Name-Dropping: The Life and Lies of Alan King, Scribner (New York City), 1996.

Awards, Honors: Woman of the Year, National Association of Negro Musicians, 1960; Golden Rose of Montreux, 1962, for/(as/cade; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1978, iorTimbuktu; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series, 1996, for Living Single; nominated for two Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, and an Emmy Award. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Dancer with Katherine Dunham Dance Troupe, Blue Holiday, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1945.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Dancer with Katherine Dunham Dance Troupe, Bal Negre, Belasco Theatre, 1946. Dr. Faustus, Paris, France, 1951. Revue performer, New Faces of 1952, Royale Theatre, New York City, 1952. Teddy Hicks, Mrs. Patterson, National Theatre, New York City, 1954. Mehitabel, the cat, Archie and Mehitabel, Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1957. Shinbone Alley, New York City, 1957. Jolly, Jolly's Progress, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1959. Mrs. Gracedew, The High Bid, Guildford, England, then Criterion Theatre, London, England, 1970. Bunny Novak, Bunny, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, England, then Criterion Theatre, 1972. Sahleem-La-Lume, Timbuktu, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1978. Revue performer, New Faces of 1952 (revival), Equity Library Theatre, New York City, 1982. Eartha Kitt in Concert, London Theatre, 1989. Billie Holiday, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, New Athenaeum Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1996. Major Tours: Dancer, Bal Negre, Katherine Dunham Dance Troupe, European cities, 1946-47. Helen of Troy, Orson We//es'Faust, French, German, and Belgian cities, 1951. Doris W., The Owl and the Pussycat, U.S. cities, 1965-66. A Musical Jubilee, U.S. cities, 1976. Sahleem-La-Lume, Timbuktu, 1979-80. Woman of the world, Blues in the Night, southern U.S. cities, 1985. The Wicked Witch of the West, The Wizard of Oz, U.S. cities, 1998. Film Appearances: Herself, Casbah, Universal, 1948. Revue performer, New Faces of 1952 (also known as New Faces), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954. Renee and performer of song "This Man Is Mine/' The Mark of the Hawk (also known as Accused and Mark of the Hawk), Universal, 1958. Gogo Germaine, St. Louis Blues, Paramount, 1958. Title role, Anna Lucasta, United Artists, 1959. The Saint of Devil's Island (also known as Saint of Devil's Island and Seventy Times Seven), Film Productions International, 1961. Betty Coleman, Synanon, Columbia, 1965. Singer, Uncle Tom's Cabin (also known as Cento Dollan d'Odio, Cica Tomina Koliba, La Case de

KITT » 2 1 9 rOncle Tom, and Onkel Tom's Huette), Kroger Babb and Associates, 1965. Up the Chastity Belt (also known as Naughty Knights), EMI Films, 1971. Madame Rena, Friday Foster, American International Pictures, 1975. Cast, All by Myself (documentary), 1981. Snake princess, Serpent Warriors (also known as The Serpent Warriors), 1986. Voice of Meteorite Betty, The Pink Chiquitas, 1986. Naomi, Dragonard (also known as Master of Dragonard Hill), 1987. Performer of song "Santa Baby/' Driving Miss Daisy, Warner Bros., 1989. Freya, Erik the Viking, Orion, 1991. Living Doll, 1990. Old Lady Hackmore, Ernest Scared Stupid, Buena Vista, 1991. Lady Eloise, Boomerang, Paramount, 1992. Song performer, Was S/e N/e uber Frauen Wissen Wollten, 1992. First trial judge, Fatal Instinct, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1993. Herself, Unzipped, Miramax, Buena Vista, 1995. Agatha K. Plummer, Harriet the Spy, Paramount, 1996. Herself, M and M Smith: For Posterity's Sake (documentary), New Day Films, 1997. The Spirit in the Wood, also known as the Wood, /// Gotten Gains, Spats Films, 1997. / Woke Up Early the Day I Died, Cinequanon Pictures International, 1998. Voice of Yzma, Kingdom of the Sun (animated), Walt Disney Pictures, forthcoming. Also appeared in Last Resort and two French films. Television Appearances; Series: Kaskade, Swedish television, 1962. Catwoman, Batman, ABC, 1967-68. Television Appearances; Specials: The Unforgettable Nat "King" Cole, 1989. A Broadway Christmas, 1990. The 27th Annual NAACP Image Awards (also known as the NAACP Image Awards), Fox, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: Lady, Lieutenant Schuster's Wife, ABC, 1972. Paula, To Kill a Cop, NBC, 1978. Television Appearances; Episodic: Omnibus, CBS, 1955. Omnibus, ABC, 1956.

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"Heart of Darkness/' Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958. 'The Loser," I Spy, NBC, 1965. Tina Mara, "The Traitor," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1967. Narrator, "Is This a House for a Hermit Crab?," Reading Rainbow, PBS, 1983. Voice, The Magic School Bus, PBS, 1993. Herself, "Batmantis," Space Chost Coast to Coast, The Cartoon Network, 1994. Mrs. Stubbs, New York Undercover, Fox, 1995. Jacqueline Richards, Living Single, Fox, 1996. Herself, The Pat Bullard Show, syndicated, 1996. Herself, The RuPaul Show, VH1, 1996.

Videos: Herself, Eartha Kitt: The Most Exciting Woman in the World, Kubicek and Associates, 1994. Taped Readings: Folk Tales of the Tribes of Africa, 1983. Young Brer Rabbit, Stemmer House, 1991. Kaa, The jungle Book, BBC, 1996. Taped Interviews: Eartha Kitt Interview, 1957.

Appeared in Miami Vice, NBC and Matrix; appeared as herself in The Charles Crodin Show.

Radio Documentaries: Eartha Kitt, Struggle for Stardom, National Public Radio (Washington, DC), 1980.

RECORDINGS

WRITINGS

Albums: (With others) To Wish You a Merry Christmas, RCA Victor, 1954. That Bad Eartha, RCA, 1956. Thursday's Child, RCA Victor, 1956. Eartha Kitt, Singer, 1956. (With others) St. Louis Blues, RCA Victor, 1958. The Best of Eartha Kitt, 1983. In Person at the Plaza (also known as At the Plaza), 1987. My Way: A Musical Tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1987. I'm a Funny Dame [Copenhagen, Denmark], 1988. Thinking Jazz, ITM, 1991. "Miss Kitt" to You, RCA, 1992. Songs (double CD), 1993. Back in Business, 1995. That Seductive Eartha, re-issued in 1996. My Greatest Songs, 1997.

Memoirs: Thursday's Child, Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, 1956. Alone with Me: A New Autobiography, H. Regnery Co. (Chicago, IL), 1976. I'm Still Here: Confessions of a Sex Kitten, Barricade Books (New York City), 1991.

Other albums include New Faces of 1952 (original cast recording), Mrs. Patterson (original cast recording), and Down to Eartha, all RCA Victor; Eartha Kitt Revisited and The Fabulous Eartha Kitt, both Kapp, Standards/Live, Eartha Kitt, Where Is My Man, and Where Is My Man (Special Remix '94); appeared with others in Lounging at the Nick at Niteclub, Hipsters' Holiday, The Fifties Collection (Disc 1), Hi Energy, Home for Christmas (Disc A), and the soundtrack for Mixed Nuts. Singles:

Singles include C'est Si Bon and Santa Baby.

Juvenile Literature: Young Brer Rabbit, Stemmer House, 1987. OTHER SOURCES Books: Contemporary Authors, Volume 77-80, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1979. Periodicals: Ebony, October, 1993, pp. 112-114. Entertainment Weekly, March 25, 1994, p. 61. Essence, January, 1993, pp. 56-58. Forbes, December 2, 1996, pp. 270-271. Independent, October 3, 1992, p. 6.

Jet, May 27, 1996, pp. 54-55. Library Journal, June 15, 1997, p. 110. New York Times Magazine, March 9, 1997, p. 66. People Weekly, January 30, 1995, pp. 6-8; November^ 1996, p. 51; December 23, 1996, p. 30; July 21, 1997, p. 106. Other: Blacklines, http://www.subacom/~outlines/april96/ black.eartha.html (web page), January 27,1998.*

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KLEIN, Robert 1942PERSONAL Born February 8, 1942, in Bronx, NY; son of Benjamin and Frieda (Moskowitz) Klein; married Brenda Boozer (an opera singer), April 29, 1973 (divorced, 1989); children: Alexander Stuart. Education: Alfred University, B.A. (political science and history), 1962; studied drama at Yale University, 1962-63. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Comedian, actor, and writer. Appeared with Teen Tones (a singing group) on Ted Mack Amateur Hour; Second City Theatrical Company, Chicago, IL, member of company, 1965-66; performed as comedian at cabarets and night clubs around the United States, including Bitter End and Cafe Wha?, New York City, and clubs in Los Angeles, 1966-69; also appeared in concerts. Worked as a substitute teacher, Mount Vernon, NY. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Guild of Variety Artists, Writers Guild. Awards, Honors: Grammy Award nominations, best comedy albums, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1973, for Child of the Fifties, and 1974, for Mind Over Matter; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best actor in a musical, and Los Angeles Drama Critics Award, both 1979, for They're Playing Our Song; honorary D.H.L., Alfred University, 1980; Obie Award, performance, Village Voice, and Outer Critics Circle Award, both for The Sisters Rosensweig. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Host, Comedy Tonight, CBS, 1970. Bloopers and Practical Jokes, NBC, 1984. Comedy Zone, CBS, 1984. Host, Robert Klein Time, USA Network, 1986. Host, Arts and Entertainment Review (also known as A & E Magazine), Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Host, Stand Up/Sit Down Comedy, E! Entertainment Television, 1992. BigAl Barker, 5/sters, NBC, 1993-96.

KLEIN «221 Television Appearances; Movies: The Possessed, NBC, 1977. Your Place or Mine?, CBS, 1983. Alan Harper, This Wife for Hire, ABC, 1985. Big Irv, Poison Ivy, NBC, 1985. Television Appearances; Pilots: Voice, Brain Carries, HBO, 1983. Robert Morgan, Father's Day, ABC, 1986. Television Appearances; Specials: That Was the Year That Was, NBC, 1976. All Commercials: A Steve Martin Special, NBC, 1980. Robert Klein at Yale, 1982. Pajama Tops, Showtime, 1983. "Summer Switch," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1984. Host, "Robert Klein on Broadway/' On Location, HBO, 1986. Narrator, Paddington's Birthday Bonanza (animated), HBO, 1986. Host, Falstaff, Arts and Entertainment, 1986. Humor and the Presidency, HBO, 1987. Carnegie Hall: The Grand Reopening, CBS, 1987. Host, Baseball's All-Star Comedy Classics '88, syndicated, 1988. Host, "An All-Star Toast to the Improv," HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1988. Woodstock: Return to the Planet of the '60s, CBS, 1989. "Montreal International Comedy Festival/' HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1989. Command Performance: An All-Star Salute to the President (also known as An All-Star Salute to Ford's Theatre), ABC, 1989. Buddy Amber, A Good Life (also known as L/S/M/F/T and Trying Times), PBS, 1989. Narrator and song performer, "Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel" (animated), HBO Storybook Musicals, HBO, 1990. "The World of Jewish Humor," Great Performances, PBS, 1990. Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. Comic Relief IV, HBO, 1990. Why Bother Voting?, PBS, 1992. Laurel and Hardy: A Tribute to the Boys, The Disney Channel, 1992. Comic Relief V, HBO, 1992. Hal Roach: Hollywood's King of Laughter, The Disney Channel, 1994. B u t . . . Seriously, Showtime, 1994-95. Host and song performer ("I Can't Stop My Leg"), "Robert Klein: It All Started Here," HBO Comedy Hour, HBO, 1995.

222 • KLEIN Comic Relief VII, HBO, 1995. A Comedy Salute to Andy Kaufman, NBC, 1995. Twenty Years of Comedy on HBO, HBO, 1995. Gail Sheehy's New Passages, ABC, 1996. Catch a Rising Star 50th Anniversary—Cive or Take 26 Years, CBS, 1996. Host, D.C. Follies, American Movie Classics, 1996. Also appeared in Table Settings, HBO. Television Appearances; Episodic: The Ed Sullivan Show, CBS, 1968. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1975. "A Secret Space," Visions, PBS, 1977. Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1978. "Latka, the Playboy," Taxi, ABC, 1981. Bill Lowery, "Wordplay," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1985. George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. "Sign of the Times," Family Ties, NBC, 1988. Barney Drake, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Making Sense of the Sixties, PBS, 1991. Rick Mason, "Sweeps, "La wand Order, NBC, 1993. Guest caller Gary, 'The Crucible," Frasier, NBC, 1993. Voice, Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist (animated), Comedy Central, 1995. Mr. Mullens, Grace under Fire, ABC, 1995. Dr. Whitman, Dellaventura, CBS, 1997. Appeared in episodes of The Ted Mack Amateur Hour, and Late Night with David Letterman, NBC. Appeared as guest and was guest host on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Other Television Appearances: Host of Dead Comics Society. Film Appearances: Mike, The Littlest Hobo, Allied Artists, 1958. Peter, The Landlord, United Artists, 1970. Barney, The Owl and the Pussycat, Columbia, 1970. Melvin Lasher, The Pursuit of Happiness, Columbia, 1971. Peter, Rivals (also known as Deadly Rivals), Avco Embassy, 1972. Roger Deal, Hooper, Warner Bros., 1978. Lenny, The Bell Jar, Avco Embassy, 1979. Walter, Nobody's Perfeckt, Columbia, 1981. Voice of the butterfly, The Last Unicorn, JensenFarley, 1982. Bam Bam, Dangerous Curves, Alimar Productions/ Lightning Pictures, 1988.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Wyatt, ''Lover's Vow," Tales from the Darkside: The Movie, Paramount, 1990. Mr. Lobel, Mixed Nuts (also known as Lifesavers), TriStar, 1994. Father Writer, Radioland Murders, Universal, 1994. Skip Winkley, Jeffrey, Orion Classics, 1995. Dr. Martin, One Fine Day, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Arty Lesser, Next Stop, Wonderland, Miramax, 1998. Norman Asher, Primary Colors, Universal, 1998. Stage Appearances: (New York debut) 20,000 Frozen Grenadiers, Second City Theatrical Company, Square East Theatre, 1966. Small roles, The Apple Tree, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1966. New Faces of 7 968 (revue), Booth Theatre, New York City, 1968. Junior in "Morning," Asher in "Noon," and the man in " Night," Morn ing, Noon and Night (triple-bill), Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1968. Vernon Gersch, They're Playing Our Song, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1979. The Robert Klein Show!, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1985-86. An Evening with Robert Klein (solo show), Circle in the Square Theatre, 1988. Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Mervyn Kant, The Sisters Rosensweig, Lincoln Center Theatre, then Ethel Barrymore Theatre, both New York City, 1993. Appeared in Annual Robert Klein Reunions, Carnegie Hall, New York City, beginning in 1973, and in Robert Klein on Broadway; appeared off-Broadway in Six Characters in Search of an Author, Second City Returns, and Upstairs at the Downstairs. Radio Appearances: Host of The Robert Klein Radio Show, internationally syndicated. RECORDINGS Albums: Child of the Fifties, Rhino, 1973. Mind Over Matter, Rhino, 1974. New Teeth, Epic, 1975. Other albums include the original cast recording, They're Playing Our Song, Casablanca; and Let's Not Make Love.

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Robert Klein: Child of the 50% Man of the 80% Thorne/EMI-HBO, 1984. Robert Klein on Broadway, 1986. Tax Attack, 1987. WRITINGS Television: "Robert Klein on Broadway" (special), On Location, HBO, 1986. Robert Klein Time (pilot), USA Network, 1986. "Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel" (animated special), HBO Storybook Musicals, HBO, 1990.*

KLUGMAN Jack 1922(?)PERSONAL Born April 27, 1922 (some sources say 1925), in Philadelphia, PA; son of Max (a housepainter) and Rose (a hat maker) Klugman; married Brett Somers (an entertainer), 1966 (divorced, 1978); companion of Barbara Neugass; children: David, Adam. Education: Attended Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie-Mellon University); trained for the stage at American Theatre Wing. Addresses: Home—Temecula, CA. Contact—Celebrity Connections, 8306 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Career: Actor; owner of a horse farm. Worked variously as a newsboy, housepainter, elevator operator, and postal employee. Military service: Served in U.S. Army during World War II. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding single performance by an actor in a leading role, 1964, for performance as Joseph Larch in "Blacklist" episode of The Defenders; Emmy Awards, outstanding continued performance by an actor in a leading role in a comedy series, 1970-71 and 1972-73, and Golden Globe Award, best actor in a television comedy series, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 1974, all for The Odd Couple.

Television Appearances; Series: The Greatest Gift, NBC, 1954. Alan Harris, Harris against the World (also known as 95 Bristol Court: Harris against the World), NBC, 1964-65. Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple, ABC, 1970-75. Title role, Quincy (also known as Quincy, M.E.), NBC, 1976-83. Henry Willows, You Again?, NBC, 1986-87. Television Appearances; Movies: Ben Welcome, Fame Is the Name of the Game, NBC, 1966. Burnett J. Emerson, Poor Devil, ABC, 1973. The Underground Man, NBC, 1974. Inspector Levine, One of My Wives Is Missing, ABC, 1976. Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple: Together Again (also known as The Odd Couple: One More Time), CBS, 1993. Senator Robert Ferguson, Parallel Lives, Showtime, 1994. Mr. Stein (Rob's father), The Twilight of the Golds, Showtime, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: The Million Dollar Incident, CBS, 1961. The Shape of Things, CBS, 1973. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1977. Lucy Moves to NBC, NBC, 1980. Famous Lives, 1983. NBC's 60th Anniversary, NBC, 1986. "Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne," Great Performances, PBS, 1987. Packy Rowe, Packy, syndicated, 1987. Bob Hope: The First 90 Years, NBC, 1993. Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, 1994. Max, Shining Time Station Family Special: Second Chances, PBS, 1995. Interviewee, "Rod Serling: Submitted for Your Approval, "American Masters, PBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Rocky King, Inside Detective, The DuMont Network, 1954. "Good for You/' U.S. Steel Hour, ABC, 1954. "Two," U.S. Steel Hour, ABC, 1954. "Presento," U.S. Steel Hour, ABC, 1954. "The Missing Men/' Studio One, CBS, 1955. "The Petrified Forest/' Producers Showcase, NBC, 1955. "Comic Book Murder," Big Town, NBC, 1955.

224 • KLUGMAN "Case of the Betrayed Artist/' Treasury Men in Action, ABC, 1955. "A Terrible Day/' Studio One, CBS, 1955. "Two Times Two/' Kraft Theatre, NBC, 1955. "The Pirate's House/'Appointment with Adventure, CBS, 1955. "The Expendable House," Goodyear Playhouse, NBC, 1955. "Number Four with Flowers," Kraft Theatre, NBC, 1955. "Saturday Visit," Armstrong Circle Theatre, NBC, 1955. "Rise Up and Walk," Philco Television Playhouse, NBC, 1956. "The Third Ear," Armstrong Circle Theatre, NBC, 1956. "Funny Heart," U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1956. "The Ninth Hour," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1956. "Mrs. Gilling and the Skyscraper," Alcoa Hour, NBC, 1957. George Benedict, "The Mail Order Prophet," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1957. "Diary for Death," Suspicion, NBC, 1957. "The Thundering Wave," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957. "The Dark Stairway," Suspicion, NBC, 1957. "Death Comes in a Small Package: File Number 37," The Walter Winchell File, ABC, 1958. Earl Ticks, "Buffalo Man," Cunsmoke, CBS, 1958. "The Lonely Stage," Studio One, CBS, 1958. "Protege," Suspicion, NBC, 1958. "Young and Scared," General Electric Theatre, CBS, 1958. The Investigator, NBC, 1958. "The Man Who Asked for a Funeral," Studio One, CBS, 1958. "Night Cry," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1958. "The Time of Your Life," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1958. "Kiss Me Kate," Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1958. "The Velvet Alley," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1959. "The Shield," Naked City, ABC, 1959. "One Loud Clear Voice," Sunday Showcase, NBC, 1960. Joey Crown, "A Passage for Trumpet," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1960. "The Well-Dressed Termites," Naked City, ABC, 1961. "Quality of Mercy," The> Defenders, CBS, 1961. "Pier 60," Target: The Corruptors, ABC, 1961. Jesse Cardiff, "A Game of Pool," The Twilight Zone, ABC, 1961. "Die Laughing," Straightaway, ABC, 1961. "The Tragic Success of Alfred Tiloff," Naked City, ABC, 1961.

Contemporary Theatre, Film qnd Television • Volume 19 Morton Halas, "Loophole/The Untouchables, ABC, 1961. "The Search," The Defenders, CBS, 1962. "Chase the Dragon," Target: The Corruptors, ABC, 1962. "Give My Hands an Epitaph," Ben Casey, ABC, 1962. "Let Me Die before I Wake," Naked City, ABC, 1962. "All the Dead Faces," The New Breed, ABC, 1962. "Woman of Leisure," Ca/n's Hundred, NBC, 1962. "King Stanislaus and the Knights of the Round Table," Naked C/ty, ABC, 1962. Ross, "Death Ship," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1963. Solly Girsch, "An Eye for an Eye," The Untouchables, ABC, 1963. "Stop the Parade! A Baby Is Crying," Naked City, ABC, 1963. Max Phillips, "In Praise of Pip," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1963. "The Quality of Justice,"/4rrest and Trial, ABC, 1963. "Terror at High Point," The Fugitive, ABC, 1963. "The Prisoner," Insight, syndicated, 1964. "Roar from the Mountain," The Virginian, NBC, 1964. Joseph Larch, "Blacklist," The Defenders, CBS, 1964. "The Night Rider," The Great Adventure, CBS, 1964. "The Threatening Eye," Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC, 1964. "A Crash of Symbols," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1964. "Everybody Gets Hit in the Mouth Sometime," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965. "Won't It Ever Be Morning?" Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC, 1965. "A Slave Is on the Throne," Ben Casey, ABC, 1965. "Image in a Cracked Mirror," The FBI, ABC, 1965. "A Time of Flight," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1966. Gus Manners, "Banker's Hours," Garrison's Gorillas, ABC, 1967. "Swingers Only," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1969. "The Runner," Then Came Bronson, NBC, 1969. "Blind Man's Bluff," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1969. "The Diamond Millstone," The FBI, ABC, 1970. "Dark Is the Rainbow, Loud Is the Silence," The Bold Ones, NBC, 1970. "The Time Is Now," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1970. "Love and the Big Game," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "The Rebirth of Packy Rowe," Insight, syndicated, 1978. "They'll Be Some Changes Made," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Family Edition, The Family Channel, 1992. Dr. Jeff Everden, "Physician, Murder Thyself/' Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1996. Also appeared in episodes of Captain Video, Dumont/ syndicated, and Tom Corbett, Space Cadet. Other Television Appearances: Hollywood Screen Test, 1948. Captain Bunsby, Around the World in 80 Days (miniseries), NBC, 1989. Film Appearances: Apache Gold, 1952. Grubsteak, 1953. Frankie, Timetable, United Artists, 1956. Juror, Twelve Angry Men, United Artists, 1957. Vince, Cry Terror, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1958. The Scar/ace Mob, Cari, 1962. Jim Hungerford, Days of Wine and Roses, Warner Bros., 1963. Joe Hyman, Act One, Warner Bros., 1963. George, / Could Go on Singing, United Artists, 1963. Lt. Bonner, The Yellow Canary, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1963. Phil, Hail, Mafia (also known as/e voussalue mafia), Goldstone, 1965. Dave Schoenstein, The Detective, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1968. Harry Kifka, The Split, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968. Mr. Patimkin, Goodbye, Columbus, Paramount, 1969. Barney, Who Says I Can't Ride a Rainbow (also known as Barney), Transvue, 1971. Sandman, Two Minute Warning, Universal, 1976. Jemi, Dear God, Paramount, 1996. Stage Appearances: (New York debut) Stevedore, Equity Library Theatre, 1949. Saint loan, New York City production, 1949. Bury the Dead, New York City production, 1950. (Broadway debut) Frank Bonaparte, Golden Boy, American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) Theatre, New York City, 1952. Citizen/Volscian Servant, Coriolanus, Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1954. Carmen, A Very Special Baby, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1956. Herbie, Gypsy, Broadway production, 1959. Caesario Grimaldi, Tchin-Tchin, Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1963. (London debut) Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple, Queen's Theatre, 1966.

KMECK • 225 Horse Johnson, The Sudden and Accidental Re-Education of Horse Johnson, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1968. Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple, Maddox Hall, Atlanta, GA, 1972, then Houston, TX, 1973, later Plymouth Theatre, 1977, and in Melbourne, Australia, 1984. Title role (Lyndon B. Johnson) Lyndon, Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 1984. Nat, I'm Not Rapaport, Broadway production, 1987. Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple, Belasco Theatre, 1991. Patsy, Three Men on a Horse, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1993. Willie Clark, The Sunshine Boys, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami, FL, 1997. Tours: Dowdy (later as Doc), Mister Roberts, U.S. cities, 1950-51. Oscar Madison, The Odd Couple, U.S. cities, 1974, and U.S. and Canadian cities, 1975. Lyndon (solo show), East Coast cities, 1984. RECORDINGS Videos: Don Rickles: Buy This Tape You Hockey Puck, 1975. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Daily News (New York), September 26, 1976. New York Newsday, May 22, 1977, p. 3. New York Times, July 17, 1987; April 23, 1993. TV Guide, February 6, 1971, p. 26; June 28, 1986, p. 16. Washington Post, July 9, 1978.*

KMECK, George 1949PERSONAL Surname pronounced Kuh-me/c; born August 4,1949, in Jersey City, NJ; son of George (a gearcutter and cantor) and Helen (Chabin) Kmeck; married Nora Mae Lyng (an actress), December 29,1978; children: Phoebe, Max. Education: Attended Glassboro State College for two years and Fairleigh Dickinson University for one year; also studied voice with Ray Buckingham.

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Addresses: Home—2109 Broadway, Apt. 1292, New York, NY 10023. /Agent—Fifi Oscard Agency, 24 West 40th St., 17th Floor, New York, NY 10018. Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Army, 1970-74, became drill instructor sergeant. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Pirate, Pirates of Penzance, Uris Theatre, New York City, 1981. Floyd, Fiorello!, Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, CT, 1985. Walters, Captains Courageous, Goodspeed-atChester/Norma Terris Theatre, East Haddam, CT, 1994-95. Brigadoon, Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ, 1995. Also appeared as Jonathan Brewster,/4rsen/canc/O/c/ Lace, and Red Shadow, Desert Song, both at the HalfPenny Playhouse, NJ; as the Terror of Trancus, Surf City, Entermedia, New York City; as Louis Capitaletti, On Your Toes, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, then Virginia Theatre, New York City; as Hogeye, Sunset Boulevard, on-Broadway and at Ford Center, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; as Dr. Kitchell, Bells Are Ringing, Donald, Irene, Gus Esmond, Lorelei, Sid Sorokin, Pajama Came, and Herb Miller, You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running, all at the Surflight Theatre; as Johnny Brown, Unsinkable Molly Brown, Gaslight Dinner Theatre and Velvet Dinner Theatre; as the innkeeper, Man of La Mancha, Village Dinner Theatre; as Olin Britt, The Music Man, Alhambra Dinner Theatre; as Sitting Bull, Ann/e Get Your Gun, Beaumont, TX; as King, King and I, Galveston Theatre; also appeared in Dames at Sea, Neil's New Yorker, New York City. Major Tours: Marauder and lieutenant, Shenandoah, stock tour, New England cities, 1980. Vassilakas and monk, Zorfoa, U.S. cities, 1985-86. Also toured as Kralahome, King and I, U.S. cities. Television Appearances; Series: Herve Boudin, One Life to Live, ABC, 1983. George, Another World, NBC, 1994.

Television Appearances; Episodic: Dreamman, Freddy's Nightmares, syndicated, 1989. Appeared as Schreck, Pete and Pete, Nickelodeon, and as a bartender, Hunter. Television Appearances; Movies: Second hood, Run Till You Fall, CBS, 1988. Original Sin, MBC, 1989. Film Appearances: Second guard, Death Warrant, Pathe, 1990. Prison guard, Rounders, Miramax, 1998.

KNIGHT, Shirley 1936(?)(Shirley Knight Hopkins) PERSONAL Full name, Shirley Enola Knight; born July 5, 1936 (some sources say 1937), in Goessel, KS; daughter of Noel Johnson (an oil company executive) and Virginia (Webster) Knight; married Gene Persson (divorced); married John Richard Hopkins (a writer), 1969; children: Kaitlin (an actress and singer), Sophie. Education: Attended Phillips University and Wichita State University; trained for the stage with Erwin Piscator and Lee Strasberg; studied with Jeff Corey. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Protestant. Avocational interests: Music, philosophy. Addresses: Agent—Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actress and singer. Mirror Repertory Company, New York City, member of company, 198586; Arena Stage, Washington, DC, guest artist, 198788; Alley Theatre, Houston, TX, member of company, 1991-92. Works with Committee for Handgun Control, peace organizations, and national civil rights groups. Member: Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Academy Award nominations, best supporting actress, 1960, for The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, and 1962, for Sweet Bird of Youth; Venice Film Festival Award, 1967, for Dutchman; Antoinette Perry Award, best supporting or featured actress in a drama, 1975, for Kennedy's Children; Joseph Jefferson Award, 1977, for Landscape of the Body; honorary D.F.A., Lake Forest College, 1978; New

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Jersey Drama Critics Award, 1979, for A Streetcar Named Desire; Emmy Award nomination, 1980, for Playing for Time; Emmy Award, best guest performer in a drama series, 1988, for thirtysomething; Emmy Award, best supporting actress in a miniseries or special, and Golden Globe Award, best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or television movie, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, both 1995, for Indictment: The McMartin Trial; Emmy Award, outstanding guest actress in a drama series, 1995, for NYPD Blue; Emmy Award nominations for appearances in The Equalizer and Law and Order. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Five Gates to Hell, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1959. Reenie Flood, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Warner Bros., 1960. Grace Kennedy, Ice Palace, Warner Bros., 1960. Heavenly Finley, Sweet Bird of Youth, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1962. House of Women, Warner Bros., 1962. Terry, The Couch, Warner Bros., 1962. Caroline Carroll, Flight from Ashiya (also known as Ashiya kara no hiko)f United Artists, 1964. Polly Andrews, The Group, United Artists, 1966. Polo, Petulia, Warner Bros., 1966. Lulu, Dutchman, Continental, 1967. Natalie Ravenna, The Rain People, Warner Bros., 1969. Angie Peterson, The Counterfeit Killer (also known as Crackshot), Universal, 1970. Beatrice, Secrets, Lone Star, 1971. Barbara Banister, Juggernaut, United Artists, 1974. Hannah Meredith, Beyond the Poseidon Adventure, Warner Bros., 1979. / cannibali (also known as L'emprise des cannibales), 1979. Anne Butterfield, Endless Love, Universal, 1981. Jerolyn, The Sender, Paramount, 1982. Sweet Scene of Death, 1983. Prisoners, 1983. Aunt Fergie, The Secret Life of Houses, Public Broadcasting Service, 1993. Mona Dickens, Death in Venice, California, First Run Features, 1994. Edith Niedelmeyer, Color of Night, Buena Vista, 1994. Donna and Mother, Benders (short), 1994. Stuart's mom, Stuart Saves His Family, Paramount, 1995.

KNIGHT • 227 Irma Gil I, Somebody Is Waiting, Redhead Films/Live Entertainment/Rank, 1996. Edie Danziger, Diabolique, Warner Bros., 1996. Doris Knight, Little Boy Lost (also known as Little Boy Blue), Castle Hill Productions, 1997. Beverly, As Good as It Gets (also known as Old Friends), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Edie Wren Cox, Angel Falls, CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Edna Larson, When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn (also known as Soldiers of Misfortune), CBS, 1993. Aunt Bertha, Children of the Dust (also known as A Good Day to Die)f CBS, 1995. Gram, Oprah Winfrey Presents: The Wedding (also known as The Wedding), ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: The Outsider, NBC, 1967. Shadow over Elveron, NBC, 1968. The Country Girl, NBC, 1974. Friendly Persuasion, ABC, 1975. Return to Earth, ABC, 1976. AnnalieseGraese, 21 Hours at Munich, ABC, 1976. The Defection ofSimas Kudirka, CBS, 1978. Champions: A Love Story, CBS, 1979. Frau Lagerfuhrerin Maria Mandel, Playing for Time, CBS, 1980. Edna Reinecker, With Intent to Kill (also known as Urge to Kill), CBS, 1984. Mrs. Hunt, The Billionaire Boys Club, NBC, 1987. Katie Leonard, Bump in the Night, CBS, 1991. Helen Potter, "Shadow of a Doubt/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1991. Bess Jordan, A Mother's Revenge (also known as A Mother's Justice and Desperate Justice), ABC, 1993. Sylvia, Baby Brokers (also known as Stolen Hearts), NBC, 1994. Martha, A Part of the Family, Lifetime, 1994. Esther, The Yarn Princess (also known as More than a Miracle), ABC, 1994. Peggy McMartin Buckey, Indictment: The McMartin Trial (also known as The Naked Movie Star Games and Nothing But the Truth: The McMartin Story), HBO, 1995. Mrs. Apfel, Fudge-a-Mania, ABC, 1995. Betty, Dad, the Angel, and Me, The Family Channel, 1995. Sally Ann, Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (also known as The Rose Garden and

228 • KNIGHT Forbidden Memories), The Family Channel, 1996. Mary Donnelly, "1952," If These Walls Could Talk, HBO, 1996. Jolene Maggart (some sources say Colleen Parker), A Promise to Carolyn, CBS, 1996. Joan Hart, Dying to Be Perfect: The Ellen Hart Pena Story, ABC, 1996. Esther Melville, Mary and Tim (also known as Tim), CBS, 1996. Delia, The Uninvited (also known as The House at the End of the Street and The Haunting of Patricia Johnson), CBS, 1996. Margaret, Convictions, Lifetime, 1997. Donna Minkowitz,/A Father for Brittany, CBS, 1998.

Television Appearances; Specials: Kennedy's Children, CBS, 1982. William's mother, "Hogg's Heaven/' Showtime 30Minute Movie, Showtime, 1992. The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, 1995.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Phyllis Lenahan, Medical Story, CBS, 1975. Rinda Larson, To Save a Child, ABC, 1991.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Baron of Broken Lance," Bronco, ABC, 1959. "Better than a Cannon," Restless Gun, NBC, 1959. "Little Heathen," Buckskin, NBC, 1959. "Incident in No Man's Land," Rawhide, CBS, 1959. "The Parents," Johnny Staccato, NBC, 1959. "Stampede," The Texan, CBS, 1959. "Showdown at Abilene," The Texan, CBS, 1959. "A Dime a Dozen," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1959. "Key to the City," Bourbon Street Beat, ABC, 1960. "Fatal Cruise," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1960. "The Shape of the River," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1960. "Fraternity of Fear," 77 Sunset Strip, ABC, 1960. "The Kahumna Curtain," Hawaiian Eye, ABC, 1960. "The Power of Suggestion," Surfside 6, ABC, 1960. "Little Star Lost," Surfside 6, ABC, 1961. "Big Town Blues," The Roaring 20s, ABC, 1961. "The Invaders," Bronco, ABC, 1961. "The Ice Man," Maverick, ABC, 1961. "The Trial," Lawman, ABC, 1961. "Elegy for a Bookkeep," Surfside 6, ABC, 1962. "A Book of Faces," Target: The Corruptors, ABC, 1962. "You Can't Escape," U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1962. "Five Cranks for Winter. . . Ten Cranks for Spring," Naked City, ABC, 1962. "Man from the Sea," The Virginian, NBC, 1962. "Fair Young Ghost," U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1963.

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1964. "Lost Yesterday," The Virginian, NBC, 1965. "A.P.B.," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965. "Echo of a Nightmare," The Fugitive, ABC, 1966. "The Faceless Man," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1966. "The Watchers," The Invaders, ABC, 1967. "A Standard for Manhood," The Bold Ones: The Doctors, NBC, 1972. "The Ten Days That Shook Kid Curry," Alias Smith

and /ones, ABC, 1972. "Legion of Demons," Circle of Fear, NBC, 1973. "A Room with a View," The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973. "Girl on the Run," Jigsaw, ABC, 1973. "The Lie," CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1973. "Hell Is Upstairs," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1974. "Tainted Lady," Orson Welles Great Mysteries, syndicated, 1974. "Pete," Nakia, ABC, 1974. "Web of Fear," Manhunter, CBS, 1975. "Fantasy of Fear," Barnaby ]ones, CBS, 1975. "Please Stand By for Murder," Wide World of Mystery, ABC, 1975. "A Necessary End," Nurse, CBS, 1982. "Internal Affairs," Spenser: For Hire, NBC, 1985. "The Heart of the Matter," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1987. Ruth Murdock, "The Parents Are Coming," thirtysomething, ABC, 1987. Grace Fenton, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Grace Lambert, "Smooth Operators," Murder, She

Wrote/CBS, 1989. "Time Present, Time Past," The Equalizer, CBS, 1989. Mother, "The Mother," Matlock, NBC, 1990. First victim's widow, "The Wages of Love," Law and Order, NBC, 1991. Agnes Cantwell, "Large Mouth Bass," NYPD Blue,

ABC, 1994. Loretta, Cybill, CBS, 1995. Dr. Hearst, "Facing the Fire," VR.5, Fox, 1995.

Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) Alison, Look Back in Anger, Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, CA, 1958.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume / 9 (New York debut) Katherine, Journey to the Day, Theatre de Lys, 1963. Irina, The Three Sisters, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1964. Lulu, Dutchman, Warner Playhouse, Los Angeles, 1965. Jenny Zubitsky, "Better Luck Next Time," and Helen Windsor, "A Walk in Dark Places/' Rooms, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1966. Constance, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1966. Jean, And People All Around, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, England, 1967. Janet, The Watering Place, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1969. Sara Melody, A Touch of the Poet, Gardner Centre Theatre, Brighton, England, 1970. Title role, /Ant/gone, Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham, England, 1971. Economic Necessity, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, England, 1973. Carla, Kennedy's Children, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1975. Blanche, A Streetcar Named Desire, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1976. Lieutenant Lillian Holiday, Happy End, Chelsea Theatre Center, New York City, 1977. Betty, Landscape of the Body, Drake Theatre, Chicago, IL, then Public Theatre, New York City, 1977. Dorothea, A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, SC, 1978, then Hudson Guild Theatre, New York City, 1979. Ruth, Losing Time, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1979. Lil, / Won't Dance, Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1980. Come Back Little Sheba, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1984. Title role, "Colette in Love/' Women Heroes: In Praise of Exceptional Women, Series B, off-Broadway production, 1986. The Depot, 1987. Amanda, The Class Menagerie, McCarter Theatre, 1990-91. Gillian, The Marriage Play, McCarter Theatre, 199192. Lily Dale, Young Man from Atlanta, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1997.

SIDELIGHTS Also works as Shirley Knight Hopkins.

KNOBELOCH • 229 OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: BackStage, April 11, 1997, p. 17.*

KNOBELOCH, Jim 1950-

PERSONAL Born March 18, 1950, in Belleville, IL; son of Lester I. (a farmer) and Ruth M. (Fields) Knobeloch; married Eileen Sams (an exercise instructor), June 4,1983 (marriage ended); married Beth Sullivan (a television executive). Education: Southern Illinois University, B.A., 1973; Ohio State University, M.F.A., 1976. Addresses: Office—c/o Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS Entertainment, 4024 Radford Ave., Studio City, CA 91604. E-mail—[email protected] Career: Actor. American Audiophile, New York City, audio consultant, 1981-83. Performed with the Mirror Repertory Company, Theater at St. Peter's Church, New York City, 1985-86. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Jake Slicker, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993-.

Stage Appearances: Albert, The Count of Monte Cristo, Meat and Potatoes Theatre/Alvina Krauss Theatre, New York City, 1981. Schnabel, Paradise Lost, Mirror Repertory Company, New York City, 1983. Tremoile, ]oan of Lorraine, Mirror Repertory Company, 1983. Major Tours: Jesus Christ Superstar, U.S. cities, 1971. Yam, Fam and Yam, Albee Directs Albee Repertory Tour, international cities, 1978-79. Musician, Sandbox, Albee Directs Albee Repertory Tour, international cities, 1978-79. Priest, Box-Mao-Box, Albee Directs Albee Repertory Tour, international cities, 1978-79.

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Film Appearances: George Kopestonsky, Heaven's Gate (also known as Johnson County Wars), United Artists, 1980.*

KNOTTS, Don 1924PERSONAL Born July 21, 1924, in Morgantown, WV; son of William Jesse and Elsie (Moore) Knotts; married Kathryn Metz, December 27,1947 (divorced, 1969); married Loralee Czuchna, October 12, 1974 (divorced); children: (first marriage) Karen Ann, Thomas Allen, f ducat/on: West Virginia University, B.A., 1948; also attended University of Arizona. Addresses: Contact—Barry Freed Co., 2029 Century Park E., Suite 600, Los Angeles, CA 90067-2907. Career: Actor. Military service: U.S. Army, served during World War II, including performance as a comedian in Stars and Gripes; served in South Pacific. Awards, Honors: Five Emmy Awards, outstanding performance in a supporting role by an actor in a comedy series, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1966, and 1967, all for The Andy Griffith Show. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Wilbur Peterson, Search for Tomorrow, CBS, 195355. Howdy Doody, NBC, 1954. The Steve Allen Show, NBC, 1959-60. Barney Fife, The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1960-65. The Don Knotts Show, NBC, 1970-71. Ralph Furley, Three's Company, ABC, 1979-84. F. Jerry "Bud" McPherson, What a Country!, syndicated, 1986. Les Calhoun, Matlock, NBC, 1986. Also appeared on The Garry Moore Show, CBS. Television Appearances; Movies: Alexander Archer, / Love a Mystery, NBC, 1973. Narrator, The Spooky Fog, CBS, 1974. Barney Fife, Return to Mayberry, NBC, 1986. Television Appearances; Pilots: Harry and Maggie, CBS, 1975. Piper's Pets, NBC, 1979.

Television Appearances; Specials: The Don Knotts Special, CBS, 1967. The Don Knotts Nice, Clean, Decent, Wholesome Hour, CBS, 1970. "The Man Who Came to Dinner/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, NBC, 1972. Narrator, Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner?, CBS, 1973. toys, NBC, 1976. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, NBC, 1986. An All-Star Tribute to General Jimmy Doolittle, syndicated, 1986. 30 Years of Andy: A Mayberry Reunion, TNT, 1990. Voice of Squirrel, A Precious Moments Christmas (also known as Timmy's Gift), NBC, 1991. Hats Off to America, syndicated, 1992. More of the Best of the Hollywood Palace, ABC, 1993. The Andy Griffith Show Reunion, CBS, 1993. Comic Relief VII, HBO, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Bob and Schultzy at Sea/7 Love That Bob, NBC, 1958. "Rock-a-Bye Dobie," The Many Loves ofDobie Gil Us, CBS, 1960. 'The Return of Barney Fife/' The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1966. "The Legend of Barney Fife/' The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1966. McHale's Navy, ABC, 1966. "A Visit to Barney Fife," The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1967. "Barney Comes to Mayberry/' The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1967. "The Reason Nobody Hardly Ever Seen a Fat Outlaw in the Old West Is as Follows. . .," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1967. "Barney Hosts a Summit Meeting," The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1968. "Andy and Helen Get Married," Mayberry R.F.D., CBS, 1968. "Swan's Way," The Bill Cosby Show, NBC, 1970. "Lucy Goes on Her Last Blind Date," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1973. "The Not-So-Good Humanitarian," The Girl with Something Extra, NBC, 1974. Voice, "The Bumbling Beekeeper," Wait Till Your Father Gets Home, syndicated, 1974. "The Premiere Telecast," The Late Summer Early Fall Bert Convy Show, CBS, 1976. "The Common Man," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. "Casting Director," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. The Love Boat, ABC, 1979.

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"Haven't I Seen You?/' The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. "Disaster at Buzz Creek/' George Burns Comedy Week, CBS, 1985. "Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?," The Love Boat, ABC, 1987. Iron, "Seein' Double/' Newhart, CBS, 1990. Deputy Feif, Step by Step, ABC, 1993. Police sergeant, "Christmas," 5tep by Step, ABC, 1994. Interviewee, "Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1997.

Stage Appearances: No Time for Sergeants, Broadway production, 195556.

Film Appearances: (Film debut) Corporal Brown, No Time for Sergeants, Warner Bros., 1958. Sergeant Warren, Wake Me When It's Over, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1960. Captain Little, The Last Time I Saw Archie, United Artists, 1961. Nervous man, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, United Artists, 1963. Shoe clerk, Move Over, Darling, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1963. Henry Limpet, The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Warner Bros., 1964. Luther Heggs, The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, Universal, 1966. Roy Fleming, The Reluctant Astronaut, Universal, 1967. Jesse W. Haywood, The Shakiest Gun in the West, Universal, 1968. Abner, The Love Cod?, Universal, 1969. Hoi I is Alexander Figg, How to Frame a Figg, Universal, 1971. Theodore Ogelvie, The Apple Dumpling Gang, Buena Vista, 1975. Bert, No Deposit, No Return (also known as Double Trouble), Buena Vista, 1976. Coach Venner, Gus, Buena Vista, 1976. Wheely Applegate, Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo, Buena Vista, 1977. Denver Kid, Hot Lead, Cold Feet, Buena Vista, 1978. Shake, The Prizefighter, New World, 1979. Theodore, The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, Buena Vista, 1979. Inspector Winship, The Private Eyes, New World, 1980. Cannonball Run II, Warner Bros., 1984. Voice of Gee Willikers, Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (animated), New World, 1987. Principal Kokelar, Big Bully, Warner Bros., 1996. Voice of T. W. Turtle, Cats Don't Dance (animated), Warner Bros., 1997.

WRITINGS The Barney Fife Guide to Life, Love, and Self-Defense, 1993.*

Also appeared in Tra/7s End.

Other Broadway productions include A Good Look at Boney Kern, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, and Mind with the Dirty Man. Radio Appearances: Appeared on Bobby Benson and the B Bar B's.

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OBITUARY NOTICE—See index for CTFT sketch: Born August 3,1930, in New York, NY; died of heart problems, December 24, 1997, in Los Angeles, CA. Comedian, actor, producer, director, writer. Komack led a varied career in the entertainment industry and was responsible for bringing popular series to television, including Get Smart, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, Chico and the Man, Welcome Back Kotter, and 9 to 5. Early in his career, he worked as a standup comic in nightclubs across the United States. He made his stage debut in 1955 in a production of Damn Yankees as Rocky, and he later reprised the role for the film of the same name in 1958. His other stage appearances included 5/xth Finger in a Five Finger Glove and New Faces, while his film roles included productions such as Senior Prom and A Hole in the Head. In the 1960s he began a prominent career in television, first as a director of episodes on shows such as The Dick Van Dyke Show and My Favorite Martin. Then he worked as a series producer, first with Get Smart, then with Mr. Roberts. In 1969 his show The Courtship of Eddie's Father aired; it was a program that he created and executive produced. He also directed episodes of the series and appeared as Norman Tinker. Komack then served as creator and executive producer of two hit shows: Chico and the Man for NBC and We/come Back Kotter for ABC. Again he directed episodes of both shows; he provided the voice of principal John Lazarus and also appeared as Horshack's uncle on We/come Back Kotter. Work on other short-lived series followed, including the series 9 to 5, which was a spinoff of the popular movie of the same name. His writing credits included episodes of Hennessey, My Favorite Martin, The Courtship of Eddie's Father,

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Chico and the Man, Welcome Back /Cotter, The Rollergirls, and Me and Maxx. He is also credited with writing the "Nic-Name Song." During his career he was the bandleader of Jimmie Komack and His Orchestra. He wrote comedy material for Red Buttons and Art Carney, and he wrote songs for Eartha Kitt. In 1985 he directed the movie Porky's Revenge. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, December 30, 1997, p. B8.

KORMAN, Harvey

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Full name, Harvey Herschel Korman; born February 15, 1927, in Chicago, IL; son of Cyril Raymond and Ellen (Belcher) Korman; married Donna Ehlert, August 27, 1960 (divorced, 1977); married Deborah Fritz, September 18, 1982; children: (first marriage) Maria Ellen, Christopher Peter; (second marriage) Katherine, Laura. Education: Attended Wright Junior College; attended Goodman Theatre School, Chicago, IL, 1946-50. Addresses: Agent—Singer Lewak Greenbaum & Goldstein, 10960 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024. Career: Actor, director, and producer. Military service: U.S. Naval Reserve, 1945-46. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards, outstanding individual achievement (special classification), 1969 and 1971, outstanding achievement by a performer in music or variety, 1972, best supporting actor in a comedy or variety continuing role, 1974, and Golden Globe Award, best supporting actor in a television series, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 1975, all for The Carol Burnett Show. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Voice of the Great Gazoo, The Flintstones (animated), ABC, 1960. The Danny Kaye Show, CBS, 1964-67. The Carol Burnett Show, CBS, 1967-77. The Harvey Korman Show, ABC, 1978. The Tim Con way Show, CBS, 1980-81.

Leo Green, Leo and Liz in Beverly Hills, CBS, 1985. Voice, Garfield and Friends (animated), CBS, 1988. Host, Comedy after Hours, The Playboy Channel, 1988. Reginald J.Tarkington, The Nutt House, NBC, 1989. Television Appearances; Movies: Three's a Crowd, ABC, 1969. Conrad, Suddenly Single, ABC, 1971. The Love Boat II, ABC, 1977. Bud and Lou, NBC, 1978. The Invisible Woman, NBC, 1983. Wendell Brooks, Carpool, CBS, 1983. White king, Alice in Wonderland, CBS, 1985. Abner Fraser, Crash Course (also known as Driving School, Driver's Ed, and Driving Academy), NBC, 1988. Dr. Meir, Based on an Untrue Story, Fox, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: A Salute to Stan Laurel, CBS, 1965. The Tim Conway Special, CBS, 1970. The Mad, Mad, Mad World of the Super Bowl, NBC, 1977. How to Survive the 70s and Maybe Even Bump into Happiness, CBS, 1978. Eunice, CBS, 1982. Host, The Flintstones 25th Anniversary Celebration (animated), CBS, 1986. This Is Your Life, NBC, 1987. The /3th Annual Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1988. Dorf's Family Stump, CBS, 1991. Television Work; Specials: Director, A Carol Burnett Special . . . Carol, Carl, Whoopi, and Robin, ABC, 1987. Co-executive producer, The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion, CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Pilots: The Harvey Korman Show, ABC, 1977. The Cracker Brothers, NBC, 1984. Television Appearances; Episodic: Resident, "Bird in the Hand/' The Untouchables, ABC, 1959. "Shining Image/' Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1961. "Second Chance/' Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1961. "The Burning Sky," Dr. Kildare, NBC, 1962. "The Jagged Edge," The Detectives, ABC, 1962. "The Acting Game," I'm Dickens . . . He's Fenster, ABC, 1962. "Rebel with a Cause," The Donna Reed Show, ABC, 1962.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "The Year Joan Crawford Won the Oscar/' Saints and Sinners, NBC, 1963. "Suppose I Said I Were the Queen of Spain/' Route 66, CBS, 1963. Lennie Bates, "Family Portrait/' The Munsters, CBS, 1964. "Gallagher," Walt Disney's World, NBC, 1965. Dr. Leinbach, "Yes, Galen, There Is a Herman Munster," The Munsters, CBS, 1965. "Lucy at Marineland," The Lucy Show, CBS, 1965. "The Further Adventures of Gallagher," Walt Disney's World, NBC, 1965. "Daddy Come Home/' Gidget, ABC, 1965. "Duty and the Beast," The]ohn Forsythe Show, NBC, 1965. Professor Gearhart von Fagenspahen, "Prehistoric Munster," The Munsters, 1965. "The Big Return of Little Eddie," The Hero, NBC, 1966. "Bye Bye Balloon," F Troop, ABC, 1966. "Night of the Big Blackmail," Wild Wild West, CBS, 1968. "Crunch on Spruce Street," Insight, syndicated, 1971. The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1976. The ABC Saturday Comedy Special, three episodes, ABC, 1978. Ed Higgins and Alistair Quince, Mama's Family, NBC, between 1983 and 1984. "The Emperor's Fortune," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. "Greene Black," An American Portrait, CBS, 1985. "Out of the Blue," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. "The Couch," George Burns Comedy Week, ABC, 1985. Dr. John Richmond, "Who Killed the King of the Country Club?," Burke's Law, CBS, 1995. Therapist, Ellen, ABC, 1996. Harvey Huckaby, "Comedy Is Murder," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1996. Jimmy, Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1997. "Panic," Perversions of Science, HBO, 1997. Television Director; Episodic: Mama's Family, NBC, between 1983 and 1984.

KOTLOWITZ • 233 Film Appearances: Ken Carter, Living Venus, Creative Services, 1960. Phil, Gypsy, Warner Bros., 1962. Husband in commercial,5on ofFlubber, Buena Vista, 1963. Voice, A Man Called Flintstone (also known as That Man Flintstone), Columbia, 1966. Weldon Emmett, Lord Love a Duck, United Artists, 1966. German colonel, The Last of the Secret Agents, Paramount, 1966. Harvey Tomlinson, Three Bites of an Apple, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1967. Merriman Dudley, Don't Just Stand There!, Universal, 1968. Benson, The April Fools, National General, 1969. Hedley Lamarr, Blazing Saddles, Warner Bros., 1974. The king, Huckleberry Finn, United Artists, 1974. Dr. Charles Montague, High Anxiety, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978. Monty, Americathon, United Artists, 1979. United Nations Ambassador Spender, First Family, Warner Bros., 1980. Captain Blythe, Herbie Goes Bananas, Buena Vista, 1980. Count de Monet, History of the World—Part I, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981. Auguste Balls, Tra/7 of the Pink Panther, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1982. Professor Balls, Curse of the Pink Panther, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1983. Lou, The Long Shot, Orion, 1986. Cecil and Simon Waterman, Munchies, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1987. Sid, Betrayal of the Dove, Prism Entertainment, 1993. Jules Cogley, RadiolandMurders/Universal, 1994. Voice of Dictabird, The Flintstones, Universal, 1994. Dr. Seward, Dracula: Dead and Loving It, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1995. President,]ingle All the Way, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. SIDELIGHTS

Also directed episodes of The Steve Allen Show, CBS, and The Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The /2th Annual People's Choice Awards, 1986. The 1 st Annual American Comedy Awards, 1987. The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, 1989. American Comedy Honors, Fox, 1997. Other Television Appearances: Gone Are the Days, 1984.

Harvey Korman told CTFT: "My favorite work was with Tim Conway on The Carol Burnett Show."

KOTLOWITZ, Dan 1957PERSONAL Born March 26,1957, in New York, NY; son of Robert (a writer) and Carol Naomi (a therapist; maiden

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name, Liebowitz) Kotlowitz; married Robin Rumpf, June 12, 1989. Education: Grinnell College, B.A., 1979; University of Wisconsin, M.F.A., 1983. Avocational interests: Fishing, sculpting, painting, playing the saxophone. Addresses: Home—312 West 48th St., New York, NY 10036. Career: Lighting designer. Serious Fun Festival, New York City, lighting director, 1986-90; Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, Wl, lighting designer, 1987-89; Connecticut Ballet, lighting designer, 1990; Leningrad Music Hall, lighting designer, 1990. Member: United Scenic Artists. CREDITS Stage Work; Lighting Designer: Dry Apricots, Guthrie Showcase Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1980. Never Seen Another Butterfly, Guthrie Showcase Theatre, 1980. Today's Special, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee, Wl, 1982. Countertalk, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1982. Fall Guy, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1982. A Christmas Carol, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1982. The Government Man, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1983. American Buffalo, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1983. A Kingdom Come, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1983. On the Town, Amas Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1983. American Buffalo, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, 1983. A Christmas Carol, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1984. Translations, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1984. Miss Lulu Beit, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1984. A Woman without Means, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1985. A Kingdom Come, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, 1985. The Foreigner, Studio Arena Theatre, Buffalo, NY, 1985. Loud Bang on ]une the First, 13th Street Theatre, New York City, 1985. Energumen, Soho Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1985. The Winter's Tale, Soho Repertory Theatre, 1985. Moon, Cash Performance Space, New York City, 1985.

Ladies and Gentleman, Jerome Kern, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City, 1985. The Second Hurricane, New Federal Theatre, New York City, 1985. A Flea in Her Ear, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1986. Twelfth Night, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, 1986. The Perfect Party, 1986. The Winter's Tale, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1987-88. Ariadne Obnoxious, Joyce Theatre, New York City, 1988. Second Chance, 1989. A Christmas Carol, 1989. Money Talks, 1990. Home Bound, 1990. Yankee Dawg You Die, 1990. The Wash, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1990-91. Moving beyond the Madness: A Festival of New Voices, Public/Anspacher Theatre, New York City, 1991. A Christmas Carol, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, 1991-92. The Mysteries and What's So Funny?, Joyce Theatre, 1992-93. WRITINGS Plays: Gestures, Playwrights'Workshop, University of Wisconsin—Madison, 1982.*

KOVE, Martin 1946PERSONAL Born March 6,1946, in Brooklyn, NY; married, wife's name Vivienne. Avocational interests: Tennis, horse training, racquetball, skiing, gourmet cooking. Addresses: Agent—Shapiro-Lichtman, 8827 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 207, Hollywood, CA 90028. Career: Actor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: George Baker, Code R, CBS, 1977. Ken Redford, We've Got Each Other, CBS, 1977-78. Romeo Slade, The Edge of Night, ABC, 1982.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Detective Victor Isbecki, Cagney and Lacey, CBS, 1982-88. Jesse, Hard Time on Planet Earth, CBS, 1989. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Captains and Kings, NBC, 1976. Black Jack Ketchum, The Gambler V: Playing for Keeps, CBS, 1994. Also appeared in City of Angels. Television Appearances; Movies: The Spy Who Returned from the Dead, ABC, 1974. Kingston: The Power Play (also known as The Newspaper Game), NBC, 1976. Willie Yeager, Trouble in High Timber Country (also known as The Yeagers), ABC, 1980. Jeff, Cry for the Strangers, CBS, 1982. Rick Loden, Higher Ground, CBS, 1988. Cecil Harding, Without a Kiss Goodbye (also known as The Laurie Samuels Story, The Patricia Stallings Story, and Falsely Accused), CBS, 1993. Duane Furber, Lightning in a Bottle, Lifetime, 1994. Victor Isbecki, Cagney and Lacey: The Return, CBS, 1994. Andy Powers, Assault on Devil's Island (also known as Shadow Warriors: Assault on Devil's Island), TNT, 1997. Phoenix, Mercenary, 1997. Also appeared in Sky Trap, Donovan's Kid, and The Optimist. Television Appearances; Specials: Detroit parade host, The CBS All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1985. Voices That Care, Fox, 1991. "HalfWay Horrible/' Tales from the Crypt, HBO, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: "In Performance of Duty/' Gunsmoke, CBS, 1974. "The Deadly Missiles Caper," Switch, CBS, 1975. Three for the Road, CBS, 1975. "Measure of Mercy/' The Rookies, ABC, 1975. "Six Strings of Guilt," Petrocelli, NBC, 1976. "Law Dance," Kojak, CBS, 1976. Willis Hines, "The Drop," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1976. Harry Smick, "Dirty Money, Black Light," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1977. "The Mystery of the Sol id Gold Kicker," Nancy Drew Mysteries, ABC, 1977.

KOVE • 235 "The Shortest Yard," San Pedro Beach Bums, ABC, 1977. Georgie, "The Sammy Davis Jr. Kidnap Caper," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1977. "Final Round," The Incredible Hulk, CBS, 1978. "Nest of Scorpions," Barnaby ]ones, CBS, 1978. "Birds of a Feather," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1979. "Death's Challenge," Quincy, M.E., NBC, 1979. "Girl on the Road," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1979. "Lady Bug," A Man CalledSloane, NBC, 1979. "Savage Says: What Are Friends For?," Tenspeedand Brownshoe, ABC, 1980. "Highway Robbery," Freebie and the Bean, CBS, 1981. Code Red, ABC, 1981. "Opening Day," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1985. Dr. Gary Ellison, "Armed Response," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. America's Most Wanted, Fox, 1988. Mitch Raines, "Fighting Cage,"Renegade, syndicated, 1992. Chi'ru master, "Shadow Assassin," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, syndicated, 1993. Dealey, Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994. Kimbell, Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994. "Flashback," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1995. Demetrius, "The Mother of All Monsters," Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, syndicated, 1996. Film Appearances: (Film debut) Little Murders, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1971. Deputy, Last House on the Left (also known as Krug and Company, Night of Vengeance, and The Sex Crime of the Century), Hallmark, 1972. Ambulance attendant, Cops and Robbers, United Artists, 1973. Archie, Savages, Angelika, 1974. Editor, The Wild Party, American International Pictures, 1975. Nero the Hero, Deathrace 2000, New World, 1975. The Four Deuces, Avco Embassy, 1975. Pete Gusenberg, Capone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Clem, White Line Fever, Columbia, 1975. Jack McCall, The White Buffalo (also known as Hunt to Kill), United Artists, 1977. Texas gambler, Mr. Billion, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Skip, Seven, American International Pictures, 1979. Partners, Paramount, 1982. Neil, Blood Tide (also known as The Red Tide), 21 st Century, 1982. John Kreese, /Carafe Kid, Columbia, 1984.

236 • KRIGE Jackson, the helicopter pilot, Rambo: First Blood Part //, TriStar, 1985. John Kreese, Karate Kid, Part \\, Columbia, 1986. John Steele,Stee/e/ust/ce, Atlantic, 1987. John Kreese, Karate Kid, Part III, Columbia, 1989. Sean Craig, White Light, Academy, 1991. Michael DaSilva, Project: Shadowchaser, Prism Entertainment, 1992. The President's Target, Hemdale Home Video, 1993. Agent Baker, The Outfit, MCA/Universal Home Video, 1993. Stewart, Firehawk, Concorde, 1993. Rick Kulhane, To Be the Best, PM Home Video, 1993. Mr. Lee, Shootfighter: Fight to the Death, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 1993. Wolf Larsen, Without Mercy (also known as Outraged Fugitive), Live Entertainment, 1994. Jabal, Savage Land, Motion Picture Village/Savage Land Productions, 1994. Dr. Langdon, Future Shock, Hemdale Home Video, 1994. DeVoe, Endangered (also known as Uncivilized), Academy Entertainment, 1994. Paul Landis, Death Match, Monarch Home Video, 1994. Ed Ross, Wyatt Earp (also known as Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone), Warner Bros., 1994. John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, Concorde/New Horizons, 1995. MichaelSilvano^udgeand/ury, A-Pix Entertainment, 1996. Torman, The Final Equinox (also known as Alien Weapon /), Triad Studios, 1996. Admiral Teegs, Timelock, 1996. Marshal Jackson, Grizzly Mountain, Legacy Releasing, 1997. Trance, Apix Entertainment, in production. Also appeared in lanis, Windfall, and The Lion of Ireland. Stage Appearances: "The Two Things in Life That I Really Love/' Great Writers Series (staged readings), MET Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1993. Made New York stage debut in Woyceck, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club (ETC); appeared as Lenny, Of Mice and Men, MET Theatre; appeared off-Broadway in Volpone and Toy/and; appeared as Stanley, A Streetcar Named Desire; also appeared in Delicate Champions, Poor Bitos, Revengers Tragedy, Man and Superman, Moby Dick, and The Rainmaker.*

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KRIGE, Alice 1954PERSONAL Born June 28, 1954, in Upington (some sources say Cape Town), South Africa; married Paul Schoolman. Education: Attended Rhodes University, studied clinical psychology and drama; attended the Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England. Addresses: /Agent—Paradigm, 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actress. Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, and London, England, member of company, 1984-85. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Arms and the Man, London, England, 1981. The Tempest, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratfordupon-Avon, England, and London, England, 1984-85. King Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1984-85. The Taming of the Shrew, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1984-85. Cyrano de Bergerac, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1984-85. Bond's Lear, Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford and London, England, 1984-85. Belvidera, Venice Preserv'd, Almeida Theatre, London, England, 1995. Appeared in Forever Yours and Maylou, both London, England. Film Appearances: Sybil Gordon, Chariots of Fire, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1981. Alma Mobley and Eva Galli, Ghost Story, Universal, 1981. Bathsheba, King David, Paramount, 1985. Tully Sorenson, Barfly, Cannon, 1987. Mary Godwin, Haunted Summer, Cannon, 1988. Isabelle, Spies, Inc. (also known as Code Name: Chaos, Spies, Lies, and Alibis, andS.P.O.O./C.S.), Vestron Pictures/Electric Shadows Partners, 1988. Beth Goodwin, See You in the Morning, Warner Bros., 1989. Mary Brady, Sleepwalkers (also known as Stephen King's Sleepwalkers), Columbia, 1992.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Lisa Benjamenta, Institute Ben/amenta (also known as Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream People Call Human Life), Zeitgeist Films, 1995. Borg Queen, Star Trek: First Contact (also known as Star Trek: Borg, Star Trek: Destinies, Star Trek: Future Generations, Star Trek: Generations II, and Star Trek: Resurrection), Paramount, 1996. Amanda, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1996. Zephyr, Twilight of the Ice Nymphs, Zeitgeist Films, 1997. The Commissioner, 1998. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Bridget O'Donnell, Ellis Island, CBS, 1984. Baroness Lisl Kemery, Wallenberg: A Hero's Story, NBC, 1985. Jessie Benton Fremont, Dream West, CBS, 1986. Olga, The Strauss Dynasty, 1991. Parvaneh Limbert, Iran: Days of Crisis (also known as 444 Days and L'Amerique en Otage), TNT, 1991. Madame De Renal, Scarlet and Black (also known as Sca/7et&B/acfc),1993. Television Appearances; Movies: Lucy Manette, A Tale of Two Cities, CBS, 1980. Gwen, Second Serve (also known as / Change My Life), CBS, 1986. Patsy Cline and performer of song "Faded Love/'Ba/a Oklahoma, HBO, 1988. Helen Weiss, Max and Helen, TNT, 1990. May Packard, Ladykiller (also known as Lady Killer), USA Network, 1992. Jean Syfert, Judgment Day: The John List Story (also known as Deliver Them from Evil: The John List Story and To Save Their Souls), CBS, 1993. Pamela Sparrow, Double Deception (also known as Crimes of Passion and Kane), NBC, 1993. Joan Anatole,/ac/c Reed: Badge of Honor (also known as Jack Reed: An Honest Cop), NBC, 1993. Alice Stillman, Donor Unknown (also known as A Dangerous Heart), USA Network, 1995. Rachel, Joseph (also known as The Bible: Joseph), TNT, 1995. Alessandra Locatelli, Devil's Advocate, BBC, 1995. Dee, Hidden in America, Showtime, 1996. Clarissa Symes, Habitat (also known as Ecophoria, Ecotopia, The Fifth Season, and Hothouse), SciFi Channel, 1997. Rebecca, Indefensible: The Truth about Edward Brannigan, CBS, 1997. Also appeared in Summer.

KUBRICK • 237 Television Appearances; Episodic: "Operation Susie/' The Professionals, [Great Britain], 1982. Anne Beresford, "64 Wild Horses/' Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1992. Nita, "Murder in the Afternoon/' Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1994. Also appeared as Jennifer, "Dream Child/' The Hidden Room, Lifetime. Television Appearances; Specials: Marquesa Dorada, "Sharpe's Honour" (also known as "Sharpe II"), Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1995. Other Television Appearances: Television debut, The Happy Autumn Fields, British television. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, December 20, 1996, p. 50. Femme Fatales, June, 1997, pp. 40-43. Maclean's, December 2, 1996, p. 82.*

KUBRICK, Stanley 1928PERSONAL Born July 26, 1928, in Bronx, NY; son of Jacques L. (a doctor) and Gertrude (Perveler) Kubrick; married Toba Metz, 1947 (divorced, 1952); married Ruth Sobotka (a dancer), 1952 (divorced); married Suzanne Christiane Harlan (an actress and painter), April, 1958; children: (second marriage) Katherine; (third marriage) Anya, Vivian (a filmmaker). Education: Attended City College (now known as City University of New York). Avocational interests: Reading, listening to classical music. Addresses: Agent— Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1825. Career: Director, producer, screenwriter, film editor, cinematographer, special effects creator, and photographer. Freelance photographer, 1945-46; Look magazine, staff photographer, 1946-50; Harris-Kubrick Productions, founder (with James B. Harris), 1955, president, 1955-1962. Awards, Honors: New York Film Critics Award, best director, Writers Guild Award, (with Peter George

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and Terry Southern) best written American comedy (screenplay), and Academy Award nominations, best director and (with Peter George and Terry Southern) best screenplay adapted from other medium, all 1964, for Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb; Academy Award, best special visual effects, and Academy Award nominations, best director and (with Arthur C. Clarke) best story and screenplay written directly for the screen, all 1968, for2001: A Space Odyssey; New York Film Critics Awards, best director and best film, Academy Award nominations, best director, best picture, and best screenplay adapted from other material, and Golden Globe Award nomination, best director, all 1971, for A Clockwork Orange. Golden Globe Award, best director, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards, best director and best English language film, and Academy Award nominations, best director, best picture, and best screenplay adapted from other material, all 1975, for Barry Lyndon; Academy Award nomination, (with Michael Herr and Gustav Hasford) best screenplay, and Writers Guild Award nomination, best screenplay based on material from another medium, both 1988, forFu// Metal jacket; Luchino Visconti Award (Italy), 1988, for contributions to the cinema; Golden Lion award, Venice Film Festival, 1997, for contributions to the world of film. CREDITS Film Director; Unless Otherwise Noted: (And editor, photographer, and sound engineer) Day of the Fight (documentary short film), RKO, 1952. (And producer and cinematographer) Flying Padre (documentary short film), RKO/Pathe, 1952. (And cinematographer) The Seafarers, Seafarers International Union, 1953. (And producer and photographer) Fear and Desire, Joseph Burstyn, 1953. (And producer with Morris Bousel, cinematographer, and editor) Killer's Kiss, United Artists, 1955. (And producer with James B. Harris) The Killing, United Artists, 1956. (And producer with Harris) Paths of Glory, United Artists, 1957. Spartacus, Universal, 1960. Lolita, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1962. (And producer) Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (also known as Dr. Strangelove), Columbia, 1964. (And producer and special photographic effects designer) 200 7: A Space Odyssey (also known as

Journey beyond the Stars), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1968. (Producer and additional photographer) A Clockwork Orange, Warner Bros., 1971. (And producer) Barry Lyndon, Warner Bros., 1975. (And producer) The Shining, Warner Bros., 1980. (And producer) Full Metal Jacket, Warner Bros., 1987. (And producer) Eyes Wide Shut, Warner Bros., 1998. Film Appearances: Himself, Making The Shining, 1980. Also the subject of two documentaries. WRITINGS Screenplays: Day of the Fight (documentary short film), RKO, 1952. Flying Padre (documentary short film), RKO/Pathe, 1952. (With Howard O. Sackler) Fear and Desire, Joseph Burstyn, 1953. (With Howard O. Sackler and author of story) Killer's Kiss, United Artists, 1955. The Killing (based on the novel Clean Break by Lionel White), United Artists, 1956. (With Calder Willingham and Jim Thompson) Paths of Glory (based on the novel by Humphrey Cobb), United Artists, 1957. (Uncredited) Lolita (based on the novel by Vladimir Nabokov), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1962. (With Peter George and Terry Southern) Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (also known as Dr. Strangelove; based on the novel Red Alert by Peter George), Columbia, 1964, published by The Voyager Company, 1992. (With Arthur C. Clarke) 200 /: A Space Odyssey (also known as journey beyond the Stars; based on the short story "The Sentinel" by Arthur C. Clarke), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1968, published in 2007: A Space Odyssey, with a new introduction by Arthur C. Clarke, ROC (New York City), 1993. A Clockwork Orange (based on the novel by Anthony Burgess), Warner Bros., 1971, published in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange: Based on the Novel by Anthony Burgess, Ballantine, 1972. Barry Lyndon (based on the novel by William Makepeace Thackeray), Warner Bros., 1975. (With Diane Johnson) The Shining (based on the novel by Stephen King), Warner Bros., 1980.

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KUBRICK • 239 Falsetto, Mario, Stanley Kubrick: A Narrative and Stylistic Analysis, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1994. Falsetto, Mario, editor, Perspectives on Stanley Kubrick, G.K. Hall (New York City), 1996. Kagan, Norman, The Cinema of Stanley Kubrick, Continuum (New York City), 1989. Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, May 24, 1996, p. 16. Film Comment, September-October, 1996, pp. 8184. People Weekly, January 27, 1997, p. 21; June 9, 1997, p. 41. World Press Review, August, 1996, pp. 45-47.*

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LAMBERT, Christopher 1957PERSONAL Original name, Christophe Lambert; born March 29, 1957, in Great Neck, NY; raised in Geneva, Switzerland; father, a United Nations diplomat; married Diane Lane, 1988 (divorced, 1994); children: one daughter. Education: Studied drama at Paris Conservatoire. Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actor and producer. Awards, Honors: Cesar Award, best actor, Academie des Arts et Techniques du Cinema, 1986, for Subway. CREDITS Film Appearances: Mullard, Une sale affaire, 1980. La bar du telephone, 1981. Jockey, Legitime violence (also known as Legitimate Violence), 1982. Jeremy, Paroles et musique (also known as Love Songs), 1984. John Clayton, the title role, Creystoke: The Legend ofTarzan, Lord of the Apes, Warner Bros., 1984. Fred, Subway, Island Alive, 1985. Michel, / Love You, AFC/Films A2, 1986. Connor MacLeod/Russell, Highlander, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1986. Salvatore Giuliano, The Sicilian, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1987. Mike, Love Dream (also known as Priceless Beauty), Republic Pictures Home Video, 1988.

Father Alek, To Kill a Priest (also known as Le complot, Zabic ksiedza, and Popieluszko), Columbia, 1988. Gus Cardinale, Why Me?, Triumph Releasing, 1989. Connor MacLeod/Russell Nash, Highlander 2: The Quickening, InterStar Releasing, 1991. Paul Sanderson, Knight Moves (also known as Face to Face and Schachzuge), InterStar Releasing, 1992. Jeremie Kolachowsky, Max et Jeremie (also known as Max and]eremy), [France], 1992. John Brennick, Fortress, Miramax/Dimension, 1993. Jack, The Road Killers, Miramax, 1994. Dani Servigo, Cunmen, Dimension, 1994. Connor MacLeod/Russell Nash, Highlander: The Final Dimension (also known as Highlander III: The Sorcerers and Highlander: The Magician), Miramax, 1994. Paul Racine, The Hunted, Universal, 1995. Lord Rayden, Mortal Kombat, New Line Cinema, 1995. Hudson Ipsehawk, North Star (also known as Tashunga and Grand norof), Warner Bros., 1996. Lemieux, Adrenaline: Fear the Rush, Legacy Releasing, 1996. Hercule et Sherlock, [France], 1996. Arlette, [France], 1996. Jimi Dini, Nirvana, Miramax, 1997. Title role, Beowulf, Dimension Films, 1998. Other films includePuta/n d'Histoire dfAmour, Road Flower, Un plan d'enfer, and La dame de couer. Film Work: Executive producer (with Brad Mirman), Knight Moves (also known as Face to Face and Schachzuge), InterStar Releasing, 1992. Producer, Dead Beat (also known as The Phony Perfector), Live Entertainment, 1994.

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LANE, Stewart F. 1951PERSONAL Born May 3,1951, in New York, NY; son of Leonard Charles (a business executive) and Mildred C. (Chesnow) Lane; married Robin Etta Lavin (an actress), May 16, 1981; children: Eliana Constance. Education: Boston University, B.F.A., 1973. Addresses: Office—Palace Theatre, 1564 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. Career: Producer. Member of New York City Mayor Rudolph Guliani's transition committee, Department for Cultural Affairs and the Department of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting; member of board of governors, City Center of Music and Drama at Lincoln Center; co-owner and operator of Palace Theatre, New York City; co-owner (with Robert DeNiro) of restaurant, Tribeca Grill, and film house, Tribeca Film Centre, New York City. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best revival of a play or musical, 1980, for West 5/de Story; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best musical, 1981, for Woman of the Year; Drama League Critics Award, best new play, 1983, for Teaneck Tanzi: The Venus Flytrap; Antoinette Perry Award, best musical, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Drama Desk Award nomination, all 1984, for La Cage Aux Folles; Antoinette Perry Award and New York Drama Critics Circle Award, both best musical, and Drama Desk Award, all 1991, for The Will Rogers Follies: A Life in Revue; Atoinette Perry Award nomination, best musical, 1993, for The Goodbye Girl; Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, Atoinette Perry Award

LANE • 241 nomination, and Drama Desk Award nomination, all outstanding revival of a musical, all 1998, for 7776. CREDITS Stage Work; Producer: Associate producer, Lone Star/Private Wars, 1978. Assistant to producer, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, 1979. The Grand Tour, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1979. Associate producer, West Side Story (revival), Minskoff Theatre, New York City, 1980. Co-producer, Frankenstein, Palace Theatre, 1981. Co-producer, Can-Can (revival), Minskoff Theatre, 1981. Co-producer, Woman of the Year, Palace Theatre, 1981-82. Co-producer, Teaneck Tanzi: The Venus Flytrap, Nederlander Theatre, New York City, 1983. Associate producer, La Cage Aux Folles, Palace Theatre, beginning in 1983. Associate producer, Lone Star/Private Wars, New York City production, 1983. The Apprenticeship ofDuddy Kravitz, off-Broadway, 1987. A Change in the Heir, Broadway production, 1989. Co-producer, The Will Rogers Follies: A Life in Revue, Palace Theatre, 1991-92. Co-producer, Eat/ng Raoul, Union Square Theatre, New York City, 1992. Sarah and Abraham, 1992. Co-producer, The Goodbye Girl, Marquis Theatre, New York City, 1993. Producer (with James M. Nederlander), Candles, Snow, and Mistletoe, Palace Theatre, 1993. Fortune's Fools, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1995. ]FK: A Musical Drama, Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland, 1997. 1776, Gershwin Theatre, New York City, 1997. Wait Until Dark, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1998. Producer of Woman of the Year, tour of U.S. cities, 1983. Stage Work; Director: Director of /Accentuate the Positive, Weitzenhoffer Theatre, Norman, Oklahoma. Television Appearances: Host, Curtain Time, Crosswalks Television Network (New York City), 1994-95.

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LANCE, Ted 1947PERSONAL Born January 5, 1947, in Oakland, CA; son of Ted and Geraldine L. Lange; married Sheryl Thompson, 1978; children: Ted IV, Turner Wallace. Education: Attended San Francisco City College and Merritt Junior College. Addresses: /Agent—Twentieth Century Artists, 15315 Magnolia Blvd., Suite 429, Sherman Oaks, CA91403. Career: Actor, director, producer, and writer.

Isaac Washington, The Love Boat: A Valentine Voyage (also known as Valentine's Day Love Boat Reunion and The Love Boat: A Summer Cruise), CBS, 1990. The Naked Truth, Cinemax, 1993. Television Appearances; Episodic: Bartender Isaac Washington, "Love Boat Angels/' Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1976. "Malibu Man," The New Cidget, syndicated, 1987. "Snow Bound/'227, NBC, 1988. "A Necessary Evil/' In the Heat of the Night, NBC, 1988. "Warzone," The Highwayman, NBC, 1988. Isaac, "Chet-a-Nator," We/rdSc/ence, USA Network, 1994. Isaac, Martin, Fox, 1996. Himself, The Show, Fox, 1996. Himself, Malcolm and Eddie (also known as Top of the Stairs), UPN, 1996. Frank Winslow, Family Matters, ABC, 1996. Himself, Boy Meets World, ABC, 1997. Also appeared in episodes of The New Mike Hammer (also known as Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer), CBS; The Fall Guy, ABC; Fantasy Island, ABC; and The Last Detail.

Member: Directors Guild of America. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Junior, That's My Mama, ABC, 1974-75. Harvard, Mr. T and Tina, ABC, 1976. Bartender Isaac Washington, The Love Boat, ABC, 1977-87.

Television Appearances; Specials: Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1980. Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1984. The ABC All-Star Spectacular, ABC, 1985. Ghost of Christmas Present, ]ohn Grin's Christmas, ABC, 1986. Living the Dream: A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, syndicated, 1988. Super Bloopers and New Practical Jokes, NBC, 1989.

Television Work; Series: Director, Starman, ABC, 1986. Director, Moesha, UPN, 1996-97.

Appeared in The American Film Institute's Salute to lames Cagney.

Television Appearances; Movies: Banacek: Detour to Nowhere, NBC, 1972.

Television Appearances; Pilots: That's My Mama Now, 1986.

Larry, 1974. The Love Boat, ABC, 1976. The New Love Boat, ABC, 1977. Isaac Washington, The Love Boat: Who Killed Maxwell Thorn?, ABC, 1986. Isaac Washington, The Love Boat: The Shipshape Cruise, ABC, 1986. Isaac Washington, The Love Boat: The Christmas Cruise, ABC, 1986. Napoleon, It Nearly Wasn't Christmas (also known as It Almost Wasn't Christmas), syndicated, 1989.

Film Appearances: Melvin the Pimp, Trick Baby, Universal, 1972. Wattstax, 1973. Watson, Blade, Joseph Green Pictures, 1973. Fancy Dexter, Friday Foster, American International Pictures, 1975. Fantastic, Double Exposure (also known as Terminal Exposure), United Film Distribution, 1987. DuBois, G//tch, Omega, 1988. Title role, Othello, Uptown Films, 1989.

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Addresses:/Agent—First Artists, 10000 Riverside Dr., Suite 10, Toluca Lake, CA 91602. Career: Actress and writer.

Film Work: Executive producer and director, Othello, Uptown Films, 1989.

Awards, Honors: CLIO Award, best actress in a commercial, 1967; Emmy Award nomination for Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.

Director of the film Toe to Toe. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (New York debut) Hair, 1969. Hoke, Driving Miss Daisy, Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, FL, 1991-92. Hoke, Driving Miss Daisy, Bushnell Theatre, Hartford, CT, 1994.

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Film Appearances: (Film debut) Nutcracker, What's New Pussycat?, United Artists, 1965. What's Up Tiger Lily?, American International Pictures, 1966. Kay Lewis, Take the Money and Run, Cinerama, 1969. Nancy, Bananas, United Artists, 1971. Marcy Berns,Suc/7 Good Friends, Paramount, 1971. Gina, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask, United Artists, 1972. Mary Fenaka, S//t/ier, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1973. Mary, In Cod We Tru$t (also known as Gimme That Prime Time Religion), Universal, 1980. Stardust Memories, United Artists, 1980. Simon, Warner Bros., 1981. Maddy, Blood Rage (also known as Nightmare at Shadow Woods, Complex, and Slasher), Film Concept Group, 1983 (some sources say 1987). Mrs. Helene Trend, Crimewave (also known as Broken Hearts and Noses and The XYZ Murders), Embassy, 1985. The Perils of P. K., Joseph Green, 1986. Joyce, Surrender, Warner Bros., 1987. In the Spirit, Castle Hill, 1988. Rosie, Sing, TriStar, 1989. Ronnie, Rude Awakening, Orion, 1989. Jeffrey's mom, Frankenhooker, Shapiro Glickenhaus, 1990. Greg's mom, Modern Love, Triumph Releasing, 1990. Mrs. Winkler, The Night We Never Met, Miramax, 1993. Mrs. Muckler, Layin' Low, Shooting Gallery Films, 1996. Dominga, Sudden Manhattan, Phaedra Cinema, 1996.

Born in 1941 (some sources say April 11, 1939), in New York, NY; married Woody Allen (the actor and director), February 2, 1966 (divorced). Education: Attended Brandeis University and New School for Social Research; studied acting with Sanford Meisner in New York City.

Television Appearances; Series: Masquerade, PBS, 1971. Title role, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, syndicated, 1976-77. Maggie McBurney, It's a Living (also known as Making a Living), ABC, 1981-82.

Appeared in Dialogue Black and White, Golden Boy, Tell Pharoah, Ain 't Supposed to Die a Natural Death, and Big Time Buck White; also performed with New Shakespearean Company. Stage Work; Director: The Visit, 1996. Also directed productions of Richard III, Hamlet, The Odd Couple, and Little Footsteps. RECORDINGS

Videos: Appeared in the music video "Through the Eyes of Julie/' by Van Gogh's Daughter, 1996, which featured actors from The Love Boat. WRITINGS Screenplays: Othello (adaptation), Uptown Films, 1989. Author of the screenplay Passing Through. *

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Television Appearances; Movies: Blanche, Isn't It Shocking?, ABC, 1973. Coffee, Tea, or Me?, CBS, 1973. Jane Alofsin, just Me and You (also known as ]ust You and Me)f NBC, 1978. Television Appearances; Episodic: (TV debut) Talent Scouts, CBS, 1963. Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. Joan Radford, "P-I-L-O-T," The Bob Newhart Show, CBS, 1972. Anne Adams, "Mary Richards and the Incredible Plant Lady," The Mary Tyler Moore Show, CBS, 1973. "The Lie," CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1973. "The Roller Coaster Stops Here/Love Story, NBC, 1973. Sergeant Philbin, "A Cowboy in Paradise/' McCloud, NBC, 1974. Medical Center, CBS, 1975. Guest host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1976. Phyllis Bornstein Consuelos, "Fathers of the Bride," Taxi, ABC, 1980. Phyllis Bornstein Consuelos, "Louie's Fling," Taxi, ABC, 1981. Phyllis Bornstein Consuelos, "Get Me through the Holidays," Taxi, NBC, 1982. "The Monastery Show," Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1983. "In Sickness and Health/St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1984. "Cramming," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1984. Television Appearances; Pilots: C/ass of'55 (unaired), 1972. Mo and]o, CBS, 1974. Beth Doyle, For Ladies Only, 1981. Television Appearances; Specials: Betty and Loretta, Bedrooms, HBO, 1984. Stage Appearances: / Can Get It for You Wholesale, 1962. The Third Ear, 1964. Henry Sweet Henry, 1967. Lime Green/Khaki Blue, 1969. The Chinese, 1970. Marie and Bruce, 1980. A Coup/a White Chicks Sitting Around Talking, 1981.

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Born April 12, 1947, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Joseph J. and Carmella (Loungo) Lauria. Education: Southern Connecticut University, B.S. (history and philosophy), 1970; University of Connecticut, M.F.A. (playwriting), 1977; Yale University, M.A. Addresses: Agent—Gold/Marshak/Liedtke Talent and Literary Agency, 3500 West Olive Ave., Suite 1400, Burbank, CA91505. Career: Actor and playwright; Raft Theatre, New York City, director. Greenpeace, environmental activist, 1988—; Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, spokesperson, 1990—. Military service: U.S. Marine Corps, 1970-73, became captain. Awards, Honors: National Big Brother of the Year, 1973. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Johnny Ryan, Came Plan, Theatre Four, New York City, 1978. These Days the Watchmen Sleep, New Dramatists Theatre, New York City, 1980-81. La Visionaria, New Dramatists Theatre, 1980-81. Vinnie Ventura, "The Shangri-La Motor Inn/' Niagara Falls, Urban Arts Theatre, New York City, 1981. Top, Dustoff, Westside Mainstage Theatre, New York City, 1982. Donny Dukes, Punchy, Westside Mainstage Theatre, 1983. Lawrence Garfinkle, Other People's Money, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City, 1990. The Crimson Thread, Hamilton Pavilion Performing Arts Center, Waterbury, CT, 1994.

Film: What's Up, Tiger Lily?, American International, 1966.

Appeared in All My Sons, Collective Portraits, Home of the Brave, and Marlon Brando Sat Here, all in New York City; also appeared in Americans and with the Washington Theatre Club, Washington, DC.

Television: ]ust Me and You (movie; also known as/ust You and Me), NBC, 1978.*

Stage Work: (With Peter Gatien) Producer, A Bronx Tale, Playhouse 91, New York City, 1989.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Film Appearances: Secret Service agent number two, C.O.D., Vestron Video, 1981. Baker, Without a Trace, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. South Bronx Heroes (also known as Revenge of the Innocents and The Runaways), Continental, 1985. Janitor, 9 1/2 Weeks (also known as Nine 1/2 Weeks), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1986. Phil Coldshank, Stakeout, Buena Vista, 1987. Captain Coldshank, Another Stakeout (also known as The Lookout and Stakeout 2), Buena Vista, 1993. Mr. Orland Franco, Excessive Force II: Force on Force, CineTelFilms, 1995. Second commanding officer, Independence Day (also known as /D4), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1996. Halloway, Dog Watch, Dog Watch Productions, 1996. Stuffed Dolls, 1997. Pauley, True Friends, 2nd Generation Films, 1998. Coach Garth, Ricochet River, 1998. Film Work: (With Peter Gatien) Executive producer, Faithful, New Line Cinema, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Jack Arnold, The Wonder Years, ABC, 1988-93. Harry Kramer, Amazing Grace (also known as Wing and a Prayer), NBC, 1995. Henry Alden, Chicago Hope, CBS, 1995. Coach Petrocelli, Party of Five, Fox, 1996-97. Also appeared in Love of Life, CBS, and One Life to Live, ABC. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Steve Winslow, The Big One: The Great Los Angeles Earthquake (also known as Earthquake Los Angeles: The Big One and The Great Los Angeles Earthquake), NBC, 1990. James Webb, From the Earth to the Moon, HBO, 1998. Television Appearances; Pilots: Detective Navarro, Brass (also known as Po//ce Brass), CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: Hockey coach, "Ben Fights in Hockey, Mike Gets Ready for a Wedding/' Growing Pains, ABC, 1985.

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Bob Blanchard, In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco (also known as In the Line of Duty: Assault in Waco), NBC, 1993. Coach, Rise and Walk: The Dennis Byrd Story (also known as The Dennis Byrd Story), Fox, 1994. Phil Lamonaco, In the Line of Duty: Hunt for Justice (also known as In the Line of Duty: Trackdown), NBC, 1995. Detective Greg Corning, No One Could Protect Her, ABC, 1996. Todd, the father, Terror in the Family, Fox, 1996. Monte, The Bachelor's Baby (also known as Here Comes the Son), CBS, 1996. Lieutenant Gencher, The Rockford Files: Codfather Knows Best, CBS, 1996. The Rockford Files: Murders and Misdemeanors, CBS, 1997. Sergeant Ed Crang, Prison of Secrets, Lifetime, 1997. Bert, Merry Christmas, George Bailey, PBS, 1997. Also appeared in At Mother's Request. Television Appearances; Specials: District Attorney, "Taking a Stand" (also known as "Our Own Kind"), ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1989. Joe Leone, "Between Mother and Daughter," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1995.

Addresses: /Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 9157 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90010-3801. Career: Actress, singer, director, and producer. Big Deal Films, Inc., president; Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Unit, member of company, 1968; Camden County Music Circus, Camden, NJ, member of chorus. Member, National Commission of Working Women and Step Families of America and founder of the Linda Lavin Foundation. Member: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (member of board of governors). Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, most promising personality, 1964-65, for Wet Paint; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best dramatic actress, 1969, for The Last of the Red Hot Lovers; Outer Critics Circle Award, Saturday Review Award, and Drama Desk Award, all 1969, for Little Murders; Golden Globe Awards, best actress in a television musical or comedy, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 1979 and 1980, and two Emmy Award nominations, best actress in a comedy series, all for Alice; Antoinette Perry Award, best dramatic actress, Drama Desk Award, best actress in a play, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Helen Hayes Award, all 1986-87, for Broadway Bound; Obie Award, Village Voice, distinguished performance, 1995, for Death Defying Acts.

WRITINGS CREDITS

Stage Plays:

Also author of The Setup, Raft Theatre.

Television Appearances; Series: Title role (Alice Hyatt), Alice, CBS, 1976-85. Edie Kurland, Room for Two, ABC, 1992-93. Florie, Conrad Bloom, NBC, 1998—.

Story Ideas for Films: Dog Watch, Dog Watch Productions, 1996.*

Television Work; Series: Producer, Room for Two, ABC, 1992-93.

Game Plan, Theatre Four, 1978. Til Jason Comes, Raft Theatre, New York City, 1985.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Ruth Liebman, Danielle Steel's "The Ring" (also known as The Ring), NBC, 1996. LAVIN; Linda 1937PERSONAL Born October 15, 1937, in Portland, ME; daughter of David J. and Lucille (Potter) Lavin; married Ron Leibman (an actor), September 7, 1969 (divorced, 1980); married Kip Niven (an actor and director), c. 1982 (divorced, 1992); children: (first marriage) Jim, Kate. Education: College of William and Mary, B.A., 1959. Avocational interests: Tennis, cooking.

Television Work; Miniseries: Producer, The Sunset Gang, PBS, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: The Morning After, ABC, 1974. Althea, Like Mom, Like Me, CBS, 1978. The $5.20 an Hour Dream, CBS, 1980. Nurse Joy Ufema, A Matter of Life and Death, CBS, 1981. Terry DeBray, Another Woman's Child, CBS, 1983.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Liz Gavin, A Place to Call Home, CBS, 1985. Lena Kuchler-Silberman, Lena: My 100 Children, NBC, 1987. Earline, Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (also known as Forbidden Memories and The Rose Garden), The Family Channel, 1995. Virginia Funicello, A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story, CBS, 1995. Marilyn KM lane, For the Children: The Irvine Fertility Scandal (also known as For the Future: The Irvine Fertility Scandal), Lifetime, 1996. Television Work; Movies: Producer, The $5.20 an Hour Dream, CBS, 1980. Producer, A Matter of Life and Death, CBS, 1981. Producer, Another Woman's Child, CBS, 1983. Producer, A Place to Call Home, CBS, 1985. Executive producer, Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (also known as Forbidden Memories and The Rose Garden), The Family Channel, 1995. Television Appearances; Pilots: Jerry, CBS, 1974. Title role (Alice Hyatt), Alice, CBS, 1976. Florie, Conrad Bloom, NBC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Damn Yankees, NBC, 1967. Comedy Is King, NBC, 1968. The Alan King Show, three specials, ABC, 1968-69. Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1977. Alan King's Final Warning, ABC, 1977. Dean Martin's Christmas in California, NBC, 1977. Linda in Wonderland, CBS, 1980. Lily for President, CBS, 1982. Parade of Stars, ABC, 1983. Night of 100 Stars II, 1985. Betty Gannet, "Maricela," WonderWor/cs, PBS, 1986. Song performer ("Some People"), "Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne," Great Performances, PBS, 1987. Elsie Parrish, The Blessings of Liberty, ABC, 1987. "Neil Simon: Not Just for Laughs" (also known as "Simply Simon: A Neil Simon Retrospective" and "Neil Simon: Simply Simon"), American Masters, PBS, 1989. Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. Host, In a New Light, ABC, 1992. Voice of Ms. Steinberg, Whitewash, HBO, 1994. Television Work; Specials: Director, "Flour Babies," CBS SchoolbreakSpecials, CBS, 1990.

LAVIN » 2 4 7 Television Appearances; Episodic: "Show Just Cause Why You Should Weep," The Nurses, CBS, 1963. "The Beggar's Opera,"Showcase, syndicated, 1967. "Sadbird," CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1969. "The Bridal Shower," Rhoda, CBS, 1974. Detective Janice Wentworth, "Ms. Cop," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975. Detective Janice Wentworth, "Heat Wave," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975. "Group Terror," Harry O, ABC, 1975. Detective Janice Wentworth, "Hotel," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975. Detective Janice Wentworth, "Massage Parlor," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1976. "Audrey's Niece," Phyllis, CBS, 1976. Detective Janice Wentworth, "Block Party," Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1976. Family, ABC, 1977. "Fool for a Client," Kaz, CBS, 1979. The Mary Tyler Moore Hour, CBS, 1979. Herself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1979. Television Work; Episodic: Director, Alice, CBS, between 1976 and 1985. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 41st Annual Tony Awards, 1987. The 42nd Annual Tony Awards, 1988. The 44th Annual Tony Awards, 1990. Presenter, The 48th Annual Tony Awards, 1994. Other Television Appearances: Best Friends for Life, 1998. Stage Appearances: (New York debut) Izzy, Oh, Kay!, East 74th Street Theatre, 1960. Wilma, crying daughter, Fifi of Paris, and quiet girl, A Family Affair, Billy Rose Theatre, New York City, 1962. Barbara, The Riot Act, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1963. Evelyn, Kiss Mama, Actors Playhouse, New York City, 1965. Wet Paint (revue), Renata Theatre, New York City, 1965. Victoire, Hotel Passionato, New Theatre, New York City, 1965.

248 • LAWRENCE The Game Is Up (revue), 1965. The Mad Show (revue), East 74th Street Theatre, 1966. Sydney, It's a Bird. .. It's a Plane... It's Superman, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1966. Beth Nemerov, Something Different, Cort Theatre, 1967. Patsy Newquist, Little Murders, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1969. All women's roles, Cop-Out, Cort Theatre, 1969. Elaine Nevazio, The Last of the Red Hot Lovers, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1969. Story Theatre, 1970. In the Beginning Moon, John Drew Theatre, Easthampton, NY, 1971. A Servant of Two Masters, John Drew Theatre, 1971. Leah, The Enemy Is Dead, Bijou Theatre, New York City, 1973. Love Two, 1974. Courtesan, The Comedy of Errors, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, New York City, 1975. Tlimpattia, Dynamite Tonitel, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1975. Sonya, Uncle Vanya, Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1979. Mother, Six Characters in Search of an Author, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1984. Lady Sneerwell, A School for Scandal, American Repertory Theatre, then Los Angeles Olympic Arts Theatre Festival, Los Angeles, 1985. Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Broadway Bound, Broadway production, 1986. Mama Rose, Gypsy, Broadway production, 1990. Night of 100 Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, 1990. Gorgeous Teitelbaum, The Sisters Rosensweig, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, between 1993 and 1994. Dorothy, "Hotline," Death Defying Acts, Variety Arts Theatre, New York City, 1995-96. Lillian Hellman, Cakewalk, Variety Arts Theatre, 1996. Mrs. Van Daan, The Diary of Anne Frank, Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1997-98. Appeared in touring production, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, U.S. cities. Film Appearances; Cameo appearance, The Muppets Take Manhattan, TriStar, 1984. Sidney, See You in the Morning, Warner Bros., 1989.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Lena Apthrop, / Want to Co Back Home (also known as / Want to Co Home and ]e veux rentrer a la ma/son), Films A2/La Sept Cinema/MK2 Productions, 1989. RECORDINGS Albums: Albums include original cast recordings of A Family Affair, United Artists; The Mad Show, Columbia; and It's a Bird. .. It's a Plane . . . It's Superman, Columbia.*

LAWRENCE, Vicki 1949(Vicki Lawrence Schultz) PERSONAL Born March 26, 1949, in Inglewood (some sources say Los Angeles), CA; daughter of Howard Axelrad (a certified public accountant) and Anne Alene (Loyd) Lawrence; married Bobby Russell (a songwriter), 1972 (divorced); married Al Schultz (in business), November 16, 1974; children: Courtney Allison, Garrett Lawrence. Education: Attended the University of California, Los Angeles. Politics: Republican. Religion: Lutheran. Avocational interests: Sailing, needlepoint. Addresses: Agent—William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress, singer, and comedienne. Singer and recording artist with the Young Americans, 1965-67. Appeared in television commercials for Bassett furniture, 1967, and the Psychic Friends Network, c. 1996. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actors' Equity Association. Awards, Honors: Gold record, 1972, for "The Night the Lights Went out in Georgia"; Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actress in a music-comedy-variety show, 1976, for The Carol Burnett Show; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding host—game show, 1988, for Win, Lose, or Draw. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Regular, The Carol Burnett Show, CBS, 1967-78.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Regular, The]immie Rodgers Show, CBS, 1969. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Regular, Carol Burnett and Company (also known as Carol Burnett & Company), ABC, 1979. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Thelma "Mama" Harper, Mama's Family, NBC, 1983-85, syndicated, 1986-90. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Host, Win, Lose, or Draw (daytime version), NBC, 1987-89. Host, Vicki!, syndicated, 1992-94. Guest host, Fox after Breakfast, Fox, 1997. Host, The Vicki Lawrence Show, Fox, 1997—. Television Work; Series: Executive producer, Vickil, syndicated, 1992-94. Television Appearances; Pilots, as Vicki Lawrence Schultz: Elaine Monty, Anything for Love, NBC, 1985. The Real Trivial Pursuit, ABC, 1985. Television Appearances; Episodic: "The Congressman was Indiscreet," The Love Boat, ABC, 1978. "Murder on the Flip Side," The Eddie Capra Mysteries, NBC, 1978. Supertrain, NBC, 1979. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Sergeant AlviniaT. Plout, "The Survival Test," Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1980. "Rent a Romeo," The Love Boat, ABC, 1980. "Love with a Skinny Stranger," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Sergeant AlviniaT. Plout, "Out, Out, Damned Plout," Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1981. "Funny Man," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. "Paroled to Love," The Love Boat, ABC, 1983. Sergeant AlviniaT. Plout, "The Baby Show," Laverne and Shirley, ABC, 1983. "My Johnnie Lies over the Ocean," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. "Couples," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. "Trial by Error," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1986. Phyllis Zimmerman, "Guilt by Imagination," Roseanne, ABC, 1993. Felicia Harper, "Who Killed the Gadget Man?," Burke's Law, CBS, 1995. Kitty Lynn Hastings, Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1995. Herself, Cybill, CBS, 1996. Herself, The Ros/e O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 1996. Herself, The Essence of Emeril, The Food Network,

LAWRENCE • 249 Television Appearances; Movies: (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Grace Fontreil, Having Babies, ABC, 1976. "Hart to Hart: Old Friends Never Die" (also known as "Hart to Hart: Hart Attack"), NBC Friday Night Mystery, NBC, 1994. Herself, National Lampoon's Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 In. Women (also known as Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women), Showtime, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) The Funny World of Fred and Bunni, 1978. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Paul Lynde Goes M-a-a-

a-ad, 1979. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Paul Lynde at the Movies, 1979. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Thelma "Mama" Harper, Eunice, CBS, 1982. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) Jerry Reed and Special Friends, 1982. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) NBC team member, Battle of the Network Stars XV, ABC, 1983. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) NBC team member, Battle of the Network Stars XVI, ABC, 1984. TV's Censored Bloopers, 1984. The World's Funniest Commercial Goofs, ABC, 1985. Donahue: The 25th Anniversary, NBC, 1992. The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion, CBS, 1993. Circus of the Stars Goes to Disneyland, CBS, 1994. Here Comes the Bride . . . There Goes the Groom, CBS, 1995. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) The 15th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1988. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) The 16th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1989. (As Vicki Lawrence Schultz) The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, 1989. The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, 1995. Stage Appearances: Carrie Pipperidge, Carousel, Dallas Music Hall, Dallas, TX, 1968. Film Appearances: Young Americans (documentary), The Young Americans Productions, 1967. RECORDINGS

1997. Singles: Appeared in The Match Came, NBC.

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WRITINGS Memoirs: Vicki!: The True Life Adventures of Miss Fireball, Simon and Schuster (New York City), 1995. Song Lyrics:

Lyrics to theme song, Mama's Family, NBC, 198385, syndicated, 1986-90.*

LEAR, Norman 1922PERSONAL Full name, Norman Milton Lear; born July 27,1922, in New Haven, CT; son of Herman (in sales) and Jeanette (Seicol) Lear; married second wife, Frances A. Loeb (an entrepreneur), December 7, 1956 (divorced); married Lyn Davis; children: (first marriage) Ellen Lear Reiss; (second marriage) Kate B. Lear LaPook, Maggie B.; (third marriage) Benjamin Davis. Education: Attended Emerson College, 1940-42. Addresses: Office—Act III Productions, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Producer, director, and screenwriter. Worked in public relations, 1945-49; freelance comedy writer, 1950-59; Tandem Productions, founder (with Alan "Bud" Yorkin), 1959; American Civil Liberties Foundation of Southern California, cofounder, president, 1973—; T.A.T. Communications, later known as Embassy Communications, founder, 1974; Act III Communications, founder, 1987; member of the board of directors for People for the American Way, Constitutional Rights Foundation, Helsinki Watch, Los Angeles Urban League, Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund, and National Women's Political Caucus; previously worked as furniture salesman and as a sidewalk photographer specializing in baby pictures. Military service: U.S. Army Air Force, 1942-45, became technical sergeant. Awards, Honors: Named one of the top ten motion picture producers of the year by the Motion Picture Exhibitors, 1963, 1967, and 1968; (with Robert Kaufman) Academy Award nomination, best story and screenplay written directly for the screen, and Writers Guild Award nomination, both 1967, for Divorce American Style; honorary H.H.D. from Emerson College, 1968; Emmy Awards, 1970,1971, 1972, and 1973, all for All in the Family; Showman

of the Year Awards, Publicists Guild, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, and 1977; Showman of the Year Award, Association of Business Managers, 1972; Broadcaster of the Year Award, International Radio and Television Society, 1973; Man of the Year Award, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Hollywood chapter), 1973; Humanitarian Award, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1976; Mark Twain Award, International Platform Association, 1977; Valentine Davies Award, Writers Guild of America, 1977; Showman of the Year Award, Publicists Guild, 1977; Peabody Award, 1977, for/A// in the Family; William O. Douglas Public Counsel Award, 1981; First Amendment Lectureship Award, Ford Hall Forum, 1981; Gold Medal, International Radio and Television Society, 1981; Distinguished American Award, 1984; inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame, 1984; Emmy Award nomination, outstanding drama, 1984, for Heartsounds; Mass Media Award, American Jewish Committee Institute of Human Relations, 1986; International Award of the Year, National Association of Television Program Executives, 1987; American Comedy Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, 1987; (with Jon Avnet, Jordan Kerner, and Andrew Meyer) Wise Owl Award, television and theatrical film fiction, from the Retirement Research Foundation, 1992, for Fried Green Tomatoes. Military awards: Air Medal with four oak leaf clusters. Member: Writers Guild of America, Screen Producers Guild (executive board member, 1968), Directors Guild of America, Producers Guild of America, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Caucus of Producers, Writers, and Directors. CREDITS Film Work; Producer, Unless Otherwise Noted: (With Alan "Bud" Yorkin) Come Blow Your Horn, Paramount, 1963. Never Too Late, Warner Bros., 1965. Divorce American Style, Columbia, 1967. The Night They Raided Minsky's (also known as The Night They Invented Striptease), United Artists, 1968. Executive producer, Start the Revolution Without Me, Warner Bros., 1970. (And director) Cold Turkey, United Artists, 1971. Executive producer, The Princess Bride, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. (With Anne Marie Gillen, Yuriko Matsubara, Andrew Meyer and Tom Taylor) Executive producer, Fried

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Green Tomatoes (also known as Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe), Universal, 1991. (With Milos Forman) Executive producer, Way Past Cool, 1998. Television Work; Series: Producer (with Ed Simmons and Karl Hoffenberg) and director, The Martha Raye Show, NBC, 195456. Creator and producer, The Andy Williams Show (also known as The Andy Williams Series), NBC, 1965. Creator, developer, and executive producer, All in the Family (also known as Those Were the Days), CBS, 1971-79. Creator (with Aaron Ruben and Alan "Bud" Yorkin), codeveloper, and executive producer (with Alan "Bud" Yorkin), Sanford and Son, NBC, 1972-77. Creator, developer, and executive producer (with Rod Parker), Maude, CBS, 1972-78. Executive producer, Good Times, CBS, 1974-79. Creator and developer, The ]effersons, CBS, 197585. (With Ron Clark and Gene Marcione) Producer, Hot / Baltimore, ABC, 1975. Developer and executive producer, One Day At a Time, CBS, 1975-84. Creator (with Rod Parker) and executive producer, The Nancy Walker Show, ABC, 1976-77. Creator, All's Fair, CBS, 1976-77. Developer and executive producer, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, syndicated, 1976-77. Cocreator, All That Glitters, syndicated, 1977. Developer and executive producer, A Year at the Top, CBS, 1977. Creator, Fernwood 2-Night, syndicated, 1977. Executive producer, Forever Fernwood, syndicated, 1977-78. Creator, Apple Pie, ABC, 1978. Executive producer, Mr. Dugan, CBS, 1979 (three episodes produced but never broadcast). Executive producer, Hanging In, CBS, 1979. Creator, developer, and executive producer, The Baxters, syndicated, 1979. Creator (with Alex Haley) and executive producer (with Alex Haley and Ronald Rubin), Palmerstown, U.S.A. (also known as Palmerstown), CBS, 1980-81. Creator and executive producer, a./c.a. Pablo, ABC, 1984. Creator and executive producer, Sunday Dinner, CBS, 1991. Director and executive producer, The Powers that Be, NBC, 1992-93.

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Creator and executive producer, 704 Mauser Street, CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Bob Hope's World of Comedy, NBC, 1976. The American Comedy Awards, ABC, 1987. Hollywood's Favorite Heavy: Businessmen on Primetime TV, PBS, 1987. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, Fox, 1987. Fifty Years of Television: A Golden Celebration, CBS, 1989. The Fourth "R", CBS, 1990. Living in America, VH1, 1991. Host, All in the Family 20th Anniversary Special, CBS, 1991. The Meaning of Life, CBS, 1991. Himself, Color Adjustment (documentary), PBS, 1992. Laughing Matters (also known as Funny Business), Showtime, 1993. The 9th Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame, 1993. The Cospel According to Jesus, Cinemax, 1995. Ga/7 Sheehy's New Passages, ABC, 1996. Television Work; Specials: (With Alan "Bud" Yorkin) Producer, The Danny Kaye Show, CBS, 1961. (With Alan "Bud" Yorkin) Producer, Henry Fonda and the Family, CBS, 1962. (With Alan "Bud" Yorkin) Producer, The Andy Williams Special, NBC, 1962. Producer, The TV Guide Awards Show, 1962. Producer, Robert Young and the Family, 1970. (With Alan "Bud" Yorkin) Executive producer, / Love Liberty, ABC, 1982. Executive producer, All in the Family 20th Anniversary Special, CBS, 1991. With Alan "Bud" Yorkin, also creator and producer of Another Evening with Fred Astaire, An Evening with Carol Channing, and The Many Sides of Don Rickles. Television Appearances; Episodic: Host, Saturday Night Live, NBC, 1976. The Class of the 20th Century, 1992. Television Work; Episodic: Director of premiere episode, 704 Hauser Street, CBS, 1993. Television Work; Pilots: Producer, Band of Cold (broadcast as an episode of General Electric Theatre), CBS, 1961.

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(With Jerry Weintraub) Executive producer, King of the Road, CBS, 1978. (With Richard Dorso) Executive producer, P.O.?., NBC, 1984.

Television Work; Movies: Executive producer, Heartsounds, ABC, 1984.

many); daughter of an architect and an artist. Education: Attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts; also attended North Carolina School of the Arts, National Conservatory Theatre, and Colorado State University; also attended many acting workshops and studied dance. Avocational interests: Reading, hiking, the outdoors, volunteering for children's causes, animals, meditation, yoga.

WRITINGS Screenplays: (With Herbert Baker, Walter DeLeon, and Ed Simmons) Scared Stiff, Paramount, 1953. Come Blow Your Horn, Paramount, 1963. Divorce American Style, Columbia, 1967. (With Arnold Schulman and Sidney Michaels) The Night They Raided Minsky's (also known as The Night They Invented Striptease), United Artists, 1968. Cold Turkey, United Artists, 1971.

Addresses:/Agent— Danny Sussman, William Morris Agency, 151 El Camino Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Spirit of Sundance Award, woman of the year, Women in Film, 1995, for independent film work. CREDITS

Teleplays; Series: Staff writer, Ford Star Revue, NBC, 1951. Staff writer, The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show, NBC, 1955^57. Head writer, All in the Family, CBS, 1971-72. Teleplays; Episodic:

a.k.a. Pablo, ABC, 1984. Premiere episode, Sunday Dinner, CBS, 1991. Premiere episode, 704 Mauser Street, NBC, 1993. Also writer for The Colgate Comedy Hour, NBC, and The George Cobel Show, NBC.

Teleplays; Pilots: P.O.P., NBC, 1984.

Teleplays; Specials: (With Hal Kanter) The Danny Kaye Show, CBS, 1961. (With Toni Koch) Henry Fonda and the Family, CBS, 1962. (With Alan "Bud" Yorkin) The Andy Williams Special, NBC, 1962. (With Richard Alfieri, Rita Mae Brown, Rick Mitz, and Arthur Allan Seidelman) / Love Liberty, ABC, 1982.*

LEE, Sheryl 1967(?)-

Film Appearances: / Love You to Death (scenes cut from film), TriStar, 1990. Glinda, the good witch, Wild at Heart, Samuel Goldwyn, 1990. Tara, Jersey Girl, Triumph Releasing, 1992. Laura Palmer, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (also known as Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Teresa Banks and the Last Seven Days of Laura Palmer), New Line Cinema, 1992. Astrid Kircherr, Backbeat (also known as Back Beat), Gramercy Pictures, 1994. Michelle, Don't Do It (also known as Don't Do It!}, Triboro Entertainment Group, 1994. Patty, Fall Time, Capitol Films/LIVE Entertainment/ Bates Entertainment, 1995. Lucy Samuel, Homage, Arrow Releasing, 1995. Liza, Notes from Underground, Renegade Films, 1996. Helga Noth and Resi Noth, Mother Night, Fine Line Features, 1996. Lois Archer, This World, Then the Fireworks, Orion

Classics, 1996. Maria, Bliss, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Fiona, The Blood Oranges (also known as Blood Oranges), Trimark Pictures, 1998. Vampire$ (also known as/ohn Carpenter's Vampires and Vampires), Spooky Tooth Productions, 1998. Kiss the Sky, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1998.

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Television Appearances; Series: Born April 22,1967 (other sources say 1966 or 1969), in Boulder, CO (one source says Augsburg, Ger-

Madeleine Ferguson and Laura Palmer, Twin Peaks, ABC, 1990-91.

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Television Appearances; Movies: Title role, Guinevere, Lifetime, 1994. Mary Ingles, "Follow the River/' ABC Family Movie, ABC, 1995. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Patti, Love, Lies, and Murder, NBC, 1991. Bathsheba, David, TNT, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Kate, "Jake's Story,"Zalman King's Red Shoe Diaries (also known as Reef Shoe Diaries), Showtime, 1992. Catherine, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1993.

Stage Appearances: Crimes of the Heart, National Conservatory Theatre, Denver, CO, 1986. Title role, Salome, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1992. Appeared in Love Letters, Canon Theatre, Los Angeles, CA; also appeared in plays in Seattle, WA.

LEIBMAN » 2 5 3 1980); married Jessica Walter (an actress), June 26, 1983. Education: Attended Ohio Wesleyan University; trained for the stage at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Actors Studio. Addresses: Agent—do The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Career: Actor. Yale University Drama School, New Haven, CT, member of Yale Repertory Company and acting teacher, both 1967-68. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild. Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award, 1968, and Theatre World Award, 1969, both for We Bombed in New Haven; Obie Award, Village Voice, and Drama Desk Award, both 1970, for Transfers; Emmy Award, outstanding lead actor in a drama series, 1979, for Kaz; Golden Globe nomination, 1987, for Christmas Eve; Antoinette Perry Award, best leading actor in a play, 1993, ior Angels in America: Millennium Approaches.

RECORDINGS CREDITS Videos: Appeared in educational videos. CD-ROMs: Appeared as Lucie Fairwell in Who Killed Brett Penance? and Who Killed Taylor French?. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Details, September, 1992. Interview, March, 1994, pp. 106-108. People Weekly, February 25, 1991, p. 50. San Francisco Chronicle, June 8, 1997, p. 42. Vanity Fair, February, 1992, pp. 106-107. Other: http://www.mikedunn.com/sheryl_lee/bio.html (web page), December 9, 1997.*

LEIBMAN, Ron 1937PERSONAL Born October 11, 1937, in New York, NY; son of Murray and Grace (Marks) Leibman; married Linda Lavin (an actress), September 7, 1969 (divorced,

Stage Appearances: Rudolfo, A View from the Bridge, Barnard Summer Theatre, New York City, 1959. Orpheus, Legend of Lovers, 41st Street Theatre, New York City, 1959. Kilroy^am/noRea/, Barnard Summer Theatre, 1959. Dead End, Equity Library Theatre, New York City, 1960. The Premise, Premise Theatre, New York City, 1960. Peter Nemo, Dear Me, the Sky Is Falling, Music Box Theatre, New York City, 1963. Rip Calabria, Bicycle Ride to Nevada, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1963. Captain Salzer, The Deputy, Theatre of Living Arts, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City, 1964. Astrov, Uncle Vanya, Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1965. Clov, Endgame, Theatre of Living Arts, 1965. Alceste, The Misanthrope, Theatre of Living Arts, 1965. Mr. Puff, The Critic, Theatre of Living Arts, 1965. Galileo, Theatre of Living Arts, 1965. Gordon Miller, Room Service, Theatre of Living Arts, 1966, later Mineola Playhouse, Mineola, NY, 1967. Teddy, The Poker Session, Martinique Theatre, New York City, 1967.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Murch, The Hot Rock (also known as Hot Rock and How to Steal a Diamond in Four Uneasy Lessons), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1972. Paul Lazzaro,Slaughterhouse-Five, Universal, 1972. Mike, Your Three Minutes Are Up, Cinerama, 1973. Dave Greenberg, The Super Cops, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1974. Rudy Montague, Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (also known as Won Ton Ton), Paramount, 1976. Reuben, Norma Rae, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Major, Up the Academy (also known as Mad Magazine Presents Up the Academy, Mad Magazine's Up the Academy, and The Brave Young Men of Weinberg), Warner Bros., 1980. Esteban, Zorro, the Gay Blade, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1981. Leo, Romantic Comedy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1983. Dave Davis, Phar Lap (also known as Phar Lap—Heart of a Nation), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983. Freddie Ugo, Rhinestone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1984. Larry Price, Door to Door, Shapiro, 1984. David Reardon, Seven Hours to Judgment, Trans World Entertainment, 1988. Hostile Witness, 1988. Sy Resnick, In the Hands of the Enemy, Vidmark, 1994. District Attorney Morgenstern, Night Falls on Manhattan, Paramount, 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Martin "Kaz" Kazinsky, Kaz, CBS, 1978-79. Voice, Wildfire (animated), CBS, 1986-87. Detective Al Burkhardt, Pacific Station, NBC, 199192. Allen Rush, Centra/ Park West (also known as CPW), CBS, 1995.

Also appeared off-Broadway in The Academy, John Brown's Body, Give the Bishop My Faint Regards, and Scap/n.

Television Appearances; Pilots: Roman Grey, The Art of Crime (also known as Roman Grey: The Fine Art of Crime), NBC, 1975. Richie Martinelli, The Outside Man (also known as Martinelli: Outside Man), CBS, 1977. Stan Rivkin, Rivkin: Bounty Hunter, CBS, 1981. Twilight Theatre (also known as Twilight Theatre II), NBC, 1982. Joey Caruso and performer of theme song, Side by Side, ABC, 1984.

Film Appearances: Sidney Hocheiser, Where's Poppa? (also known as Going Ape), United Artists, 1970.

Television Appearances; Movies: Detective Louis Kazinsky, A Question ofCuilt, CBS, 1978.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Morris Huffner, Christmas Eve, NBC, 1986. Jerry Brenner, Many Happy Returns, CBS, 1986. Simon Resnik, Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. SalimAjami, CBS, 1988. Don King: Only in America, HBO, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Ride with Terror/' The du Pont Show of the Month, NBC, 1963. 'The Man Who Owned Everyone/' Hawk, ABC, 1966. "Vice: Twenty-Four Hours," Po//ce Story, NBC, 1975. "John Coleman," An American Portrait, CBS, 1985. "The Men Will Cheer and the Boys Will Shout/' Aaron's Way, NBC, 1988. Roland Trent, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990. "House Counsel," Law and Order, NBC, 1995. Dr. Leonard Green, Rachel's father, "The One with the Race Car Bed," Friends, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Himself, Linda in Wonderland, CBS, 1980. Himself,Steve Martin's the Winds ofWhoopie, NBC, 1983. The Screen Actors Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration, 1984. Day to Day Affairs (also known as Day-to-Day Affairs), HBO, 1985. Sam Greene, "Class Act: A Teacher's Story," ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1986. "In the Wings: Angels in America on Broadway," Great Performances, PBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: Presenter, Ninth Annual Genesis Awards, 1995. WRITINGS Teleplays; Pilots: Side by Side, ABC, 1984.*

LEIGH, Janet 1927PERSONAL Original name, Jeanette Helen Morrison; born July 6, 1927, in Merced, CA; married John K. Carlyle, 1942 (annulled, 1942); married Stanley Reames (a bandleader), 1946 (divorced, 1948); married Tony Curtis (an actor), 1951 (divorced, 1963); married Robert Brant (a stockbroker), 1964; children: (third

LEIGH » 2 5 5 marriage) Kelly Lee (an actress), Jamie Leigh (an actress). Education: Attended College (now University) of the Pacific. Addresses: Home—Beverly Hills, CA. Agent—Amsel Eisenstadt & Frazier, 6310 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 401, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actress. Awards, Honors: Golden Apple, star of the year, Hollywood Women's Press Club, 1952; Golden Globe Award, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and Academy Award nomination, both best supporting actress, 1960, for Psycho. CREDITS Film Appearances: (Film debut) Lissy Anne MacBean, The Romance of Rosey Ridge, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1947. Effie B right, If Winter Comes, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1947. Margit Mitchell, Hills of Home (also known as Master of Lassie), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1948. Dorothy Feiner Rodgers, Words and Music, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1948. Edith Enley^ctsofV/o/ence, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1948. Meg March, Little Women, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1949. June Forsyte, That Forsyte Woman (also known as The Forsyte Saga), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1949. Evelyn "Taffy" Corday, The Doctor and the Girl, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1949. Maria Buhlen, The Reef Danube, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1949. Connie Ennis, Holiday Affair, RKO Radio Pictures, 1949. Isabelle Dempsey, Strictly Dishonorable, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1951. Jennifer Paige, Angels in the Outfield (also known as Angels and the Pirates), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1951. Nancy Peterson, Two Tickets to Broadway, RKO Radio Pictures, 1951. Rosa Szabo, It's a Big Country, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1952. Lucille Duncan, Just This Once, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1952. Aline deGavrillacde Bourbon,Scaramouche, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1952. Abby Ames, Fearless Fagan, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1952.

256 • LEIGH Lina Patch, The Naked Spur, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953. Connie Bedloe, Confidentially Connie, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1953. Bess Houdini, Houdini, Paramount, 1953. Chris Hall, Walking My Baby Back Home, Universal, 1953. Princess Aleta, Prince Valiant, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1954. Wally Cook, Living It Up, Paramount, 1954. Lady Anne, The Black Shield of Falworth, Universal, 1954. Karen Stephanson, Rogue Cop, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1954. Ivy Conrad, Pete Kelly's Blues, Warner Bros., 1955. Eileen Sherwood, My Sister Eileen, Columbia, 1955. Linda Latham, Safari, Columbia, 1956. Anna, ]et Pilot, Universal, 1957. Susan Vargas, Touch of Evil, Universal, 1958. Morgana, The Vikings, United Artists, 1958. Lieutenant Vicki Loren, The Perfect Furlough (also known asStrictly for Pleasure), Universal, 1958. Ann Wilson, Who Was That Lady?, Columbia, 1960. Guest star, Pepe, Columbia, 1960. Marion Crane, Psycho (also known as Wimpy), Paramount, 1960. Rosie, The Manchurian Candidate, United Artists, 1962. Rosie DeLeon, Bye Bye, Birdie, Columbia, 1963. Bertie Austin, Wives and Lovers, Paramount, 1963. Dr. Elizabeth Acord, Three on a Couch, Columbia, 1966. Susan Harper, Harper (also known as The Moving Target), Warner Bros., 1966. Nora, Kid Rodelo (also known as Fugitives de Yuma), Paramount, 1966. Cherry McMahon, An American Dream (also known as See You in Hell, Darling), Warner Bros., 1966. Miss Diketon, The Spy in the Green Hat, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1966. Vivian Miller, He//o Down There (also known asSuba-Dub-Dub), Paramount, 1968. Mary Ann, Grand Slam (also known as Top Job and Adogni costo), Paramount, 1968. Cert Meredith, One Is a Lonely Number, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Gerry Bennett, Night of the Lepus, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1972. Florence, Boardwalk, Atlantic Releasing, 1979. Kathy Williams, The Fog, Avco Embassy, 1980. The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal (documentary), LCA Video, 1985. Stephen Verona: Self Portrait (documentary), 1995. Norma, Halloween: H20 (also known as Halloween 7, Halloween 7: The Revenge of Laurie Strode,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Halloween: The Revenge of Laurie Strode, and Halloween: Blood Is Thicker Than Water), Miramax, in production. Also appeared in the film Other Realms. Television Appearances; Movies: Janice Barnes, The Monk, ABC, 1969. Honeymoon with a Stranger, ABC, 1969. The House on Greenapp/e Road, ABC, 1970. The Deadly Dreams, ABC, 1971. Mrs. Talbot, Murdock's Gang, CBS, 1973. Murder at the World Series (also known as The Woman in Box 359), ABC, 1977. Telethon, ABC, 1977. Millie Gorman, Mirror, Mirror, NBC, 1979. Host, Psycho IV: The Beginning, Showtime, 1990. Television Appearances; Specials: The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1964. The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1965. The Bob Hope Show (two specials), NBC, 1968. For Love or $$$, NBC, 1968. Looking Back, CBS, 1969. Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1977. Gene Kelly... /An American in Pasadena, CBS, 1978. All-Star Salute to Mother's Day, NBC, 1981. Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope's Women I Love—Beautiful but Funny, NBC, 1982. The Screen /Actor's Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration, CBS, 1984. Night of 100 Stars II, 1985. Happy Birthday Hollywood!, ABC, 1987. Hollywood: The Golden Years (documentary), Arts and Entertainment, 1988. Superstars and Their Moms, TBS, 1989. The Thalians (documentary), American Movie Classics, 1991. The 5tory of Lassie (documentary), PBS, 1994. Inside the Dream Factory (documentary), TNT, 1995. Grace, Caroline, Stephanie: The Curse of the Royal Family—The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1997. /Anthony Perkins: The E! True Hollywood Story, E! Entertainment Television, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Person to Person, CBS, 1954. "Carriage from Britain, "Schlitz Playhouse of the Stars, CBS, 1957. "Murder in the First," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1964. "Dear Deductible," Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1965.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 'The Concrete Overcoat Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1966. "One for My Baby/7 The Danny Thomas Hour, NBC, 1968. "Jenny," Men from Shiloh, NBC, 1970. 'The Anonymous Star," Bracken's World, NBC, 1970. 'The Man Who Killed a Ghost," The Name of the Came, NBC, 1971. Carol, "Death's Head," Circle of Fear (also known as Ghost Story), NBC, 1973. Leonie, "Beginner's Luck," Love Story, NBC, 1973. "Tattoos," Mown' On, NBC, 1975. Grace Wheeler Willis, "Forgotten Lady," Columbo, NBC, 1975. "Ghost Breaker," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979. "Locked Away," The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. "I Like It Here in Wilmington," Tales of the Unexpected, syndicated, 1981. "Who Killed Ramona?," Matt Houston, ABC, 1982. "Thanks a Million," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. "Unmade for Each Other," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. "Society's Pet," Starman, ABC, 1986. Cornelia Montaigne Harper, "Doom with a View," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987. Barbara LeMay, "Rendezvous in a Dark Place," The New Twilight Zone, syndicated, 1989. Rachel Scofield, Okevango, syndicated, 1993. "Charlton Heston," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1995. "Jerry Lewis: The Last American Clown," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. "Jamie Lee Curtis," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996. Vera, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: My Wives Jane, CBS, 1971. Kate Walsh, On Our Way, CBS, 1985. Other Television Appearances: The Thrill of Genius (also known as Hitchcock: II brividio del gen/o), 1985. Also appeared in Catch Me If You Can, The Chairman, On the Road, and This Is Maggie Mulligan. Stage Appearances: Murder among Friends, 1976. Night of 100 Stars II, Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1985. Melissa Gardner, Love Letters, 1991.

LEMMON «257 RECORDINGS Albums: Records include Bye Bye, Birdie, an original soundtrack recording, Victor. WRITINGS There Really Was a Hollywood (autobiography), Doubleday (New York City), 1984. (With Christopher Nickens) Behind the Scenes of Psycho (also published as Psycho: Behind the Scenes of the Classic Thriller), Harmony Books (New York City), 1995. House of Destiny (novel), Harlequin (Tarrytown, NY), 1995. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: New York Times, May 1, 1995. People Weekly, August 7, 1995, p. 85.*

LEMMON, Chris 1954PERSONAL Full name, Christopher Lemmon; born January 22, 1954, in Los Angeles, CA; son of Jack (an actor) and Cynthia Boyd (Stone) Lemmon; married Gina Raymond (a model), April 23, 1988. Addresses: /Agent—The Artists Agency, 10000 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 305, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor. Appeared in television commercials for St. Francis/Mt. Sinai Hospital in Hartford, CT. Member: Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. CREDITS Film Appearances: Radioman,/A/rport '77, Universal, 1977. Jonathan Shelton, ]ust before Dawn, Oakland, 1980. Policeman, Seems Like Old Times (also known as Neil Simon's Seems Like Old Times), Columbia, 1980. The Happy Hooker Goes to Hollywood (also known as The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood), Cannon, 1980.

258 • LEONI Manche Moegens Prall, 1981. Albert Zack, the advertising salesperson, C.O.D. (also known as Snap!), Lone Star, 1983. Benny, Tell Me that You Love Me, 1983. Young cop, Cannonball Run II, Warner Bros., 1984. Lieutenant O'Connor, Swing Shift, Warner Bros., 1984. Josh Fairchild, That's Life! (also known as Blake Edwards' That's Life!), Columbia, 1986. Vince Tucker, Weekend Warriors (also known as Hollywood Air Force), Movie Store, 1986. Henry Brilliant, Going Undercover (also known as Yellow Pages), Miramax, 1989. Young Jake Tremont, Dad, Universal, 1989. Doug Franco, Corporate Affairs, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists Home Video, 1991. Warren Hart, Firehead, American International Pictures Home Video, 1991. Mike Camden, Lena's Holiday, Prism Entertainment, 1991. Martin "Bru" Brubaker, Thunder in Paradise, Vidmark, 1993. Martin "Bru" Brubaker, Thunder in Paradise 2, Vidmark, 1994. Nick Merritt, Wishmaster (also known as Wes Craven's Wishmaster), 1997. Television Appearances; Series: Milos "Checko" Sabolcik, Brothers and Sisters, NBC, 1979. Richard Phillips, Duet, Fox, 1987-89. Richard Phillips, Open House, Fox, 1989-90. Jeff Cameron, Knots Landing, CBS, 1990. Martin "Bru" Brubaker, Thunder in Paradise, syndicated, 1993-94. Television Appearances; Pilots: Reggie, Uncommon Valor, CBS, 1983. Eugene Griswold, The Outlaws, ABC, 1984. Television Appearances; Movies: Jonathan Shelton, Mirror, Mirror, NBC, 1979. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Heart Like a Wheel," Breaking Away, ABC, 1980. "Where There's A Will," Too Close for Comfort, ABC, 1981. "When Violet Goes Blue," 9 to 5, ABC, 1983. "Linn Yan," An American Portrait, CBS, 1985. Guest host, Studio 59, 1991. Interviewee, "Jack Lemmon: America's Everyman," Biography, Arts and Entertainment, 1996.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Appearances; Specials: Himself and pianist for song "I've Got a Crush on You," The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon, CBS, 1988. Voice of Charles Lummix, The Wild West, syndicated, 1993. Politically correct dad, Sex, Shock, and Censorship in the 90s, Showtime, 1993.*

LEON I, Tea 1966PERSONAL Born February 25, 1966, in New York, NY; raised in New York, NY, and New Jersey; daughter of a corporate attorney and a nutritionist and dietician; grandaughter of Helenka Adamowska Pantaleoni (an actress and cofounder of UNICEF); married first husband, c. 1992 (divorced, October, 1995); married David Duchovny (an actor), May 6, 1997. Education: Studied anthropology and psychology at Sarah Lawrence College. Avocational interests: Golf. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA, 90211. Career: Actress. Also worked as a model, a crewmember on sailboats, and in a chrome-plating factory. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Lisa Napoli, Santa Barbara, NBC, 1984. Alicia, Flying Blind, Fox, 1992-93. Nora Wilde, The Naked Truth (also known as Wilde Again), ABC, 1995-97, then NBC, 1997-98. Television Appearances; Movies: Gina Leonarda Nardino, The Counterfeit Contessa (also known as The Contessa), Fox, 1994. Television Appearances; Episodic: Shelia, "The Show Where Sam Shows Up," Frasier, NBC, 1994. The George andAlana Show, syndicated, 1996. The Tonight Show with ]ay Leno, NBC, 1996. The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, 1996. Television Appearances; Pilots: Appeared in Angels 88 (never aired; update of Charlie's Angels).

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Film Appearances: Dream girl, Switch, Warner Bros., 1991. Racine infielder (first base), A League of Their Own, Columbia, 1992. Sally, Wyatt Earp, Warner Bros., 1994. Julie Mott, Bad Boys, Columbia, 1995. Tina Kalb, Flirting With Disaster, Miramax, 1996. Jenny Lerner, Deep Impact, Paramount, 1998. There Is No Fish Food in Heaven (also known as There's No Fish Food in Heaven), 1998.

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Festival, 1964, for The Knack. . . and How to Get It (also known as The Knack)-, best director and best film awards, Riodejaniero Film Festival, both 1965, for Help!; Gandhi Peace prize, Berlin Festival, 1969, for The Bed-Sitting Room; best director, Tehran Film Festival, 1974, for Juggernaut. CREDITS

Career: Director, producer, and composer. CBS television, Philadelphia, PA, music editor, assistant director, and director, 1951-54; ITV, London, England, director and composer, 1955-57, producer, 195859; CBC television, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, scriptwriter, 1957; Courtyard Films, Ltd., director, 1967—. Also worked as a stagehand, journalist, and jazz pianist.

Film Work; Director, Unless Otherwise Noted: And composer, cinematographer, and editor, The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film (short film), 1959. And producer, It's Trad, Dad (also known as Ring-aDing Rhythm), Columbia, 1961. The Mouse on the Moon, United Artists, 1963. A Hard Day's Night, United Artists, 1964. The Knack... and How to Get It (also known as The Knack), United Artists, 1964. Help!, United Artists, 1965. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, United Artists, 1966. And producer, How / Won the War, United Artists, 1967. Petulia, Warner Bros., 1968. And producer (with others), The Bed-Sitting Room, United Artists, 1969. The Three Musketeers (also known as The Queen's Diamonds and Los Tres Mosqueteros), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1974. Juggernaut, United Artists, 1974. The Four Musketeers (also known as The Revenge of Milady), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. Royal Flash, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975. And producer (with others), Robin and Marian, Columbia, 1976. The Ritz, Warner Bros., 1977. Producer, Superman, Warner Bros., 1978. Producer, Butch and Sundance: The Early Days, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1979. Cuba, United Artists, 1979. Superman II, Warner Bros., 1981. Superman III, Warner Bros., 1983. And executive producer, Finders Keepers, Warner Bros., 1984. The Return of the Musketeers, Universal, 1989. Get Back (documentary), Seven Arts, 1991. Producer (with others), Alex's Apartment, Bayshore Productions, 1992.

Awards, Honors: Academy Award nomination, best short subject (live action subject), and first prize, San Francisco Festival, 1960, both for The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film; Grand Prix, Cannes Film

Film Appearances: Painter, The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film, 1959. Himself, The Makingof'A Hard Day's Night/1995.

Film Work: Executive producer, There /s No Fish Food in Heaven (also known as There's No Fish Food in Heaven), 1998. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Empire, issue 92, 1997, pp. 54-55. Entertainment Weekly, February 7, 1997, pp.26-31. Los Angeles Magazine, February, 1997, pp. 44-49. Parade, March 23, 1997. Playboy, October, 1997, pp. 124-127.

LESTER, Richard 1932PERSONAL Born January 19, 1932, in Philadelphia, PA, son of Elliott and Ella (maiden name, Young) Lester; married Deirdre Vivian Smith (a choreographer), August 28, 1956; children: Dominic, Claudia. Education: University of Pennsylvania, B.S. (clinical psychology), c. 1951. Addresses: Agent—-Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA, 90212.

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Television Work: Producer, Watching the Detectives (special), Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Also worked as director, The Coon Shows (episodic), British television; composer (with Reg Owen), 5ea War Series, British television. WRITINGS

Screenplays: The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film, 1959. Teleplays: Wrote scripts for CBC. OTHER SOURCES

Books: Yule, Andrew, The Man who "Framed" the Beatles: A Biography of Richard Lester, D. I. Fine (New York City), 1994.*

LEWIS, Shari 1934PERSONAL Born Shari Hurwitz, January 17,1934, in New York, NY; daughter of Abraham B. (an educator and magician) and Ann (a music coordinator; maiden name, Ritz) Hurwitz; married Stan Lewis (divorced); married Jeremy Tarcher (a publisher and television producer), March 15, 1958; children: Mallory Jessica. Education: Attended New York City High School of Music and Arts; attended Columbia University, 1951; studied acting with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Addresses: Agent—c/o International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Office—c/o Jim Golden, 3128 Cavendish Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90064-4743. Career: Ventriloquist, puppeteer, actress, writer, producer, and conductor. Dancer with Zachary Solov, Music Tent, Lambertville, NJ; conductor of over one hundred symphony orchestras since 1977, including the National Symphony at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, the Pittsburgh Symphony, Pittsburgh, PA, the National Arts Centre Orchestra of Canada, and a symphony orchestra in Japan. Former president of the Ameri-

can Center of Films for Children; past member of the national board of directors, Girl Scouts of the United States; past member of the international board of directors, Boy Scouts of America; former trustee of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, Los Angeles, CA. Awards, Honors: Emmy Awards, best local program, 1957, outstanding female personality, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1989, best children's show, 1958 and 1959, outstanding children's entertainer, 1973, outstanding achievement in children's programming, 1973, for "A Picture of Us," NBC Children's Theatre, best program, 1989, outstanding performer in a children's program, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995, outstanding writing in a daytime children's series, 1993; Peabody Award, 1960; Radio-Television Mirror Award, 1960; Monte Carlo International Television Awards, 1961 and 1963; John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Award, 1986, for excellence in the arts for young people; Grammy Award nomination, best recording for children, 1986, for One-Minute Bedtime Stories; Fiftieth Anniversary Directors Award, Ohio State Awards Committee, 1988; American Video Conference Award, 1988, for Lamb Chop's Sing-Along, Play-Along; Video Choice Award, 1988, for 101 Things for Kids to Do; named to "Video Hall of Fame," V Magazine, 1988;TVCu/cfe named Lamb Chop's Play-Along on its "best of the best" list and among the top ten television shows for children, both 1993; twelve Parents' Choice Awards; Girl Scout Grace Award; named one of the ten most influential American women; former honorary chair of the board of trustees of the International Reading Foundation. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Facts 'n Fun, WNBT, 1953. KartoonClub, 1954. Shan and Her Friends, WPIX, 1954. Shariland, WRCA, 1957. Hi, Mom, NBC, 1957-59. The Shari Lewis Show, NBC, 1960-63. Shari at Six, BBC, 1968-76. Voice of Princess Nidor, The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, 1968. Host and character voices, The Shari Lewis Show (also known as The Shari Show), syndicated, 1975. Host and voice of Lamb Chop, Charlie Horse, and others, Lamb Chop's Play-Along (also known as The Shari and Lamb Chop Show), PBS, 199196.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Host, owner of the Music Pizza, and voice of Lamb Chop, Charlie Horse, and Hush Puppy, The Charlie Horse Music Pizza, PBS, 1998—. Also appeared in another series in Great Britain, 1970.

Television Work; Series: Creator and executive producer, Lamb Chop's PlayAlong (also known as The Shari and Lamb Chop Show), PBS, 1991-96. Creator and developer, The Charlie Horse Music Pizza, PBS, 1998-. Television Appearances; Specials: Step on the Gas, CBS, 1960. Arthur Godfrey Loves Animals, CBS, 1963. Arthur Godfrey Show, NBC, 1963. "A Picture of Us/' NBC Children's Theatre, NBC, 1973. Once upon an Evening with Shari Lewis, CBC, 1978. MAGIC, HBO, 1980. Shari's Christmas Concert, syndicated, 1983. Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1986. The Television Academy Hall of Fame, NBC, 1986. NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. Happy Birthday Hollywood!, ABC, 1987. Shari's Christmas Concert, Arts and Entertainment, 1988. The Great American Healthy Kids Quiz, The Family Channel, 1990. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1992. Count on Me, PBS, 1993. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1994. Great American Music: A Salute to Fast Cars, The Family Channel, 1994. Host and voices of characters, Lamb Chop in the Haunted Studio (also known as Lamb Chop's Spooky Stuff), PBS, 1994. Performer of song "Something to Celebrate/' The 69th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1995. Herself and voices of characters, Lamb Chop in the Land of No Numbers, PBS, 1995. Herself and voices of characters, Lamb Chop's Special Chanukah, PBS, 1995. The Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special (also known as Ed Sullivan's All-Star Comedy Special and The Very Best of Ed Sullivan IV), CBS, 1995. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1996. Kathie Lee Gifford's Lullabies for Little Ones, PBS, 1996. Herself and voices of characters, Shari's Passover Surprise (also known as Shari's Special Passover), PBS, 1997.

LEWIS • 261 Appeared in The Shan Show, Nickelodeon; also appeared in specials on The Disney Channel. Television Work; Specials: Producer, "A Picture of Us/' NBC Children's Theatre, NBC, 1973. Executive producer, Lamb Chop's Special Chanukah, PBS, 1995. Producer, Shari's Passover Surprise (also known as Shari's Special Passover), PBS, 1997. Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 38th Annual Emmy Awards, 1986. Television Appearances; Episodic: Person to Person, CBS, 1959. "Watching Out for Dulle," The U.S. Steel Hour, CBS, 1961. "How High is Up?," Car 54, Where Are You?, NBC, 1962. "Puncher and Judy," Car 54, Where Are You?, NBC, 1963. "Mr. Biddle's Crime Wave," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1964. "The Off-Broadway Affair," The Man from U.N.C.L.E., NBC, 1966. "Love and the Dummies," Love, American Style, ABC, 1971. "A Picture of Us," NBC Children's Theatre, NBC, 1973. Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, PBS, 1991. Herself, "Lamb Chop's on the Menu," The Nanny, CBS, 1995. Herself, Cybill, CBS, 1996. Also appeared in Captain Kangaroo, CBS. Film Appearances: Performer of song "The Song That Doesn't End," /'// Do Anything, Columbia, 1994. Herself, Be//y Talkers, Miramax, 1995. Stage Appearances: Royal Command performances, London, 1970,1973, and 1978. Also appeared in Bye Bye Birdie and Funny Girl. RECORDINGS Albums: (With others) Herself and voices of Lamb Chop and Hush Puppy, Blue Suede Sneakers, Lightyear Entertainment, 1995.

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Other albums include Shan in Storyland, RCA Victor; Fun in Shariland, RCA Camden; Hi, Kids!, Golden; Give Your Child a Headstart, RCA Camden; and One-Minute Bedtime Stories, Polygram.

Videos: Lamb Chop's Sing-Along, Play-Along, 1988. 707 Things for Kids to Do, 1992. Shari's Christmas Concert, 1992. Don't Wake Your Mom, 1992. Let's Make Music, 1994. Other videos include One-Minute Bedtime Stories, Worldvision; Have / Cot a Story for You, Kooky Classics, and You Can Do It, all Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists. CD-ROMs: Lamb Chop Loves Music, 1995. WRITINGS Teleplays; Series: Lamb Chop's Play-Along (also known as The Shari and Lamb Chop Show), PBS, 1991-96. The Charlie Horse Music Pizza, PBS, 1998—.

Teleplays: Specials: "A Picture of Us/' NBC Children's Theatre, NBC, 1973. Once upon an Evening with Shari Lewis, CBC, 1978. MAGIC, HBO, 1980. Lamb Chop in the Haunted Studio (also known as Lamb Chop's Spooky Stuff), PBS, 1994. Lamb Chop in the Land of No Numbers, PBS, 1995. Lamb Chop's Special Chanukah, PBS, 1995. Shari's Passover Surprise (also known as Shari's Special Passover), PBS, 1997. Works for Children: The Shari Lewis Puppet Book, Citadel, 1958, revised edition published as Making Easy Puppets, Dutton, 1967. Fun with Kids, Doubleday, then McFadden/Barte II, 1960. (With Lillian Oppenheimer) Folding Paper Puppets, Stein and Day, 1962. (With Lillian Oppenheimer) Folding Paper Toys, Stein and Day, 1963. Dear Shari, Stein and Day, 1963. (With Lillian Oppenheimer) Folding Paper Masks, Dutton, 1965. The Tell It, Make It Book, J. P. Tarcher, 1972.

(With Abraham B. Hurwitz) Magic for Non-Magicians,}. P. Tarcher, 1975. (With Lan O'Kun) One-Minute Bedtime Stories, illustrated by ArtCummings, Doubleday, 1982. (With Jacquelyn Reinach) Lamb Chop's Play-Along Storybook, illustrated by Margaret Hartelius, Scholastic, 1983. Abracadabra! Magic and Other Tricks, illustrated by J. Engham, World Almanac/Ballantine, 1984. One-Minute Animal Stories, Doubleday, 1984. One-Minute Favorite Fairy Tales, illustrated by Ben Mahan, Doubleday, 1985. One-Minute Bible Stories, Old Testament, Doubleday, 1986. One-Minute Bible Stories, New Testament, Doubleday, 1987. Also the author of books published by Golden Books (New York City). "Headstart" Series for Children: (With Jacquelyn Reinach) The Headstart Book of Looking and Listening, McGraw-Hill, 1966. (With Jacquelyn Reinach) The Headstart Book of Thinking and Imagining, McGraw-Hill, 1966. (With Jacquelyn Reinach) The Headstart Book of Knowing and Naming, McGraw-Hill, 1966. (With Jacquelyn Reinach) The Headstart Book of Be Nimble and Be Quick, McGraw-Hill, 1968. "Kids-Only Club Book" Series for Children: The Kids-Only Club Book, J.P. Tarcher, 1976. How Kids Can Really Make Money, Holt, 1979. Spooky Stuff, four volumes, Holt, 1979. Impossible—Unless You Know How, Holt, 1979. Toy Store-in-a-Book, Holt, 1979. The Do-It-Better Book, Holt, 1980. Signs, Signals and Codes, Holt, 1980. Magic Show-in-a-Book, Holt, 1980. Things Kids Collect, Holt, 1980. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Hollywood Reporter, July 31,1997, p. 10. Publishers Weekly, December 18, 1995, p. 24.*

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Born December 12, 1930, in Chicago, IL; son of Ely Libin; married Florence A. Rowe, September 25,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 1956; children: Charles, Claire, Andrea. Education: Columbia University, B.F.A., 1956; also attended the University of Illinois. Addresses: Office—Jujamcyn Theatres, St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th St., New York, NY 10036-3910; Circle in the Square Theatre, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019-6708. Career: Producer and theatre executive. Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, managing director, 1961—; Jujamcyn Theatres, New York City, producing director and vice president, 1990—; Columbia University, New York City, adjunct professor of theatre arts. Military service: U.S. Army, 1953-55. Member: Second League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers (president emeritus), First League of American Theatres and Producers (officer and member of the executive committee and the board of governors), Tony Award Management Committee. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Awards, 1976, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995; Obie Award, Village Voice, 1977, for The Club; Antoinette Perry Award nominations, best play, 1987, for Coastal Disturbances, best reproduction of a play or musical, 1988, for/A Streetcar Named Desire, best revival, 1990, for Sweeney Todd, best revival, 1991, for The Miser, best revival, 1992, for On Borrowed Time, and best revival, 1993, for Wilder, Wilder, Wilder. CREDITS Stage Producer; Unless Indicated Otherwise; Circle in the Square: The Crucible, Martinque Theatre, New York City, 1958. The Time of Vengeance, 1959. Between Two Thieves, 1960. Shadow of Heroes, 1961. The Banker's Daughter, 1962. The Barroom Monks, 1962. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1962. Six Characters in Search of an Author, 1963. Othello, 1964.

Baal, 1965. In White America, 1965. Medea, 1965. And Things That Co Bump in the Night, 1965. The Royal Hunt of the Sun, 1965. The Zulu and Zayda, 1965. Six from La MaMa, 1966. Dynamite Tonight, 1967. A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1967.

LIBIN «263 Iphigenia inAulis, 1967. A Moon for the Misbegotten, 1968. Morning, Noon, and Night, 1968. Trumpets of the Lord, 1969. Ah! Wilderness, 1969. Seven Days of Mourning, 1969. The White House Murder Case, 1970. Chicago 70, 1970. Boseman and Lena, 1970. Arsenic and Old Lace, 1970. The Last Analysis, 1971. Mourning Becomes Electra, 1972-73. Medea, 1972-73. Here Are Ladies, 1972-73. Uncle Vanya, 1973. Waltz of the Toreadors, 1973-74. The Iceman Cometh, 1973-74. An American Millionaire, 1973-74. Scapino, 1973-74. The National Health, 1974-75. Where's Charley?, 1974-75. All Cod's Chillun Got Wings, 1974-75. Death of a Salesman, 1974-75. Ah! Wilderness, 1975-76. The Class Menagerie, 1975-76. The Lady from the Sea, 1975-76. Pal]oey, 1975-76. The Club, 1976. Days in the Trees, 1976-77. The Night of the Iguana, 1976-77. Romeo and Juliet, 1976-77. The Importance of Being Earnest, 1976-77. Tartuffe, 1977-78. Saint Joan, 1977-78. 13 Rue de I'Amour, 1977-78. Once in a Lifetime, 1977-78. ' Inspector General, 1978-79. Man and Superman, 1978-79. Spokesong, 1978-79. Loose Ends, 1978-79. Major Barbara, 1979-80. Past Tense, 1979-80. The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1979-80. Candida, 1980-81. Macbeth, 1980-81. Eminent Domain, 1980-81. Present Laughter, 1981-82. The Queen and the Rebels, 1981-82. The Misanthrope, 1981-82. The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, 1982-84. Heartbreak House, 1982-84. A wake and Sing, 1982-84. Design for Living, 1985. The Loves ofAnatol, 1985.

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Arms and the Man, 1985. Managing director, The Marriage of Figaro, 1985-86. Producing director, The Robert Klein Show!, 1985-86. Producing director, The Caretaker, 1986. Producing director, The Window Claire, 1986-87. Producing director, You Never Can Tell, 1986-87. Producing director, Coastal Disturbances, 1987. Producing director, A Streetcar Named Desire, 1988. Producing director, ]uno and the Paycock, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1988. Producing director, An Evening with Robert Klein, 1988. The Night of the Iguana, 1988. Producing director, The Devil's Disciple, 1988-89. Producing director, Chetto, 1989. Producing director, Sweeney Todd, 1989-90. Producing director, Zoya's Apartment, 1990. Producing director, The Miser, 1990. Consulting producer, Getting Married, 1991. I Hate Hamlet, 1991. On Borrowed Time, 1991. Secret Garden, 1991. La Bete, 1991. Two Trains Running, 1992. Jelly's Last Jam, 1992. Consulting producer, Salome, 1992. Consulting producer, Chinese Coffee, 1992. Consulting producer, Anna Karenina, 1992. Consulting producer, Wilder, Wilder, Wilder: Three by Thornton Wilder, 1993. Tommy, 1993. My Fair Lady, 1993. (With others) Angels in America, 1993-94. Crease, 1994. Love! Valour! Compassion, 1995. Smokey Joe's Cafe, 1995. My Thing of Love, 1995. Moon Over Buffalo, 1995. Patti LuPone on Broadway, 1995. Seven Guitars, 1996. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, 1996. Television Work: Executive producer, Hughie, 1984.

Lipshitz; married Frances Martin (an actress and dancer); children: Amelia Christine, Jennifer Dru, Nora Kathryn, Ian Martin. Education: Queens College, City College of New York, B.B.A., 1952; studied at the American Theatre Wing, 1953-55; studied voice with Lou McCollogh, 1953-56, and John Mace, 1958-64; studied acting with Paul Mann, 1956-60, and Lloyd Richards, 1962-63; also attended the New York City High School of Music and Art. Avocational interests: Playing the saxophone and the clarinet, bridge, jogging, tennis, skiing, golf. Addresses: Home—Los Angeles, CA. Agent—Innovative Artists, 1999 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Member: Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Guild of Variety Artists, American Federation of Musicians, Directors Guild of America. Career: Actor, singer, and musician. Appeared in industrial films, shows, and commercials; appeared in a commercial for Pace deodorant, 1967; provided voiceovers and dubbing for foreign films and a number of projects. Nightclub performer, including performance at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, NV, 1977; concert performer with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA, 1984; toured United States with an orchestra, 1986. Professional saxophone player with the orchestras of Sammy Kaye, Boyd Raeburn, and Bobby Sherwood. Military service: U.S. Army Special Services, 1952-54. Awards, Honors: Antoinette Perry Award, best actor in a musical, 1971, for The Rothschilds; Emmy Awards, 1983 and 1984, for FYI, and 1994, for CBS Schoolbreak Specials. CREDITS

Television Appearances; Series: Film Appearances: Duke West, The Distribution of Lead, 1989.*

LINDEN, Hal

1931PERSONAL

Born Harold Lipshitz, March 20,1931, in the Bronx, NY; son of Charles (a printer) and Frances (Rosen)

Narrator, Saga of the Western World, 1963-64. Host and narrator, Animals, Animals, Animals, ABC, 1976-81. Captain Barney Miller, Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC, 1975-82. Host, FYI, ABC, 1980-84. Alexander Blacke, Blacke's Magic, NBC, 1986. Jack Evans, lack's Place, ABC, 1992-93. Fred Hansen, The Boys Are Back, CBS, 1994-95.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Work; Series: Directed episodes of Barney Miller (also known as The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller), ABC. Television Appearances; Movies: Lou Issacs, Mr. Inside/Mr. Outside (also known as Hot Ice), NBC, 1973. How to Break Up a Happy Divorce, NBC, 1976. Howard, Father Figure, CBS, 1980. Starflight: The Plane that Couldn't Land (also known as Starf light and Starf light One), ABC, 1983. Lou Chadway, The Other Woman, CBS, 1983. Jack Warner, My Wicked, Wicked Ways... The Legend of Errol Flynn, CBS, 1985. Harry Palliser, Dream Breakers (also known as The O'Connors), CBS, 1989. Philip Denig, The Colony, USA Network, 1995. Television Appearances; Episodic: Car 54, Where Are You?, NBC, 1963. David Wells, "Elegy for a Vampire/' Ghost Story, NBC, 1972. "The Confession/' The F.B.I., ABC, 1973. The Mary Tyler Moore Hour, CBS, 1979. Himself, The MuppetShow, syndicated, 1980. "Mars Is Heaven/' The Ray Bradbury Theater, USA Network, 1987. Sam Brown, Touched by an Angel, CBS, 1995. Senator William Wallace, "Gemini/' Nowhere Man, UPN, 1996. Jailer, Mr. Rhodes, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: The Ruggles of Red Gap, NBC, 1957. Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1976. Battle of the Network Stars, ABC, 1977. The Hal Linden Special, ABC, 1979. Hal Linden's Big Apple, ABC, 1980. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), ABC, 1982. / Do! I Do!, Arts and Entertainment, 1983. The Best of Everything, 1983. Bob Hope Lampoons Television 1985, NBC, 1985. NBC's 60th Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1986. Host, Born America: A March of Dimes Television Event (also known as A March of Dimes Television Event), syndicated, 1986. The 40th Annual Tony Awards, 1986. The 59th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1986. And performer of songs "It's Been a Long, Long Time" and "Long Before I Knew You," "Broadway Sings:

LINDEN »265 The Music of Jule Styne" (also known as "The Music of Jule Styne"), Great Performances, PBS, 1987. And performer of songs "One More Walk around the Garden" and Tm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore," "An Evening with Alan Jay Lerner," Great Performances, PBS, 1989. Starathon '90 (also known as Star-athon '90 and Starathon '90 Weekend with the Stars for Cerebral Palsy), syndicated, 1990. Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come (also known as Frank Sinatra: 75th Birthday Celebration), CBS, 1990. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, CBS, 1990. Host and performer of songs "Accentuate the Positive," "Frensi," "I'll Be Seeing You," and "Sentimental Journey," Those Fabulous '40s, PBS, 1992. Host, Reader's Digest: On Television, ABC, 1993. Rabbi Markovitz, "The Writing on the Wall," CBS Schoolbreak Specials, CBS, 1994. Narrator, "America and the Holocaust—Deceit and Indifference," The American Experience, PBS, 1994. Swing Alive! at the Hollywood Palladium, PBS, 1996. Marvin Hamlisch and the Pittsburgh Pops, PBS, 1996. 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Golden Anniversary, HBO, 1997. The 7/st Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1997. Television Appearances; Pilots: The Shameful Secrets of Hastings Corners, NBC, 1970. The Life and Times of Captain Barney Miller, ABC, 1974. The Love Boat, ABC, 1976. Second Edition, CBS, 1984. Stage Appearances: Member of the chorus, Wonderful Town, Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA, 1955. Charlie, Strip for Action, Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT, later Pittsburgh, PA, both 1956. Understudy for the role of Jeff Moss, Be//s Are Ringing, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1956-58. Jeff Moss, Be//s Are Ringing, Shubert Theatre, 1958, later summer stock productions, 1961. Angel in the Pawnshop, Playhouse-in-the-Park, Philadelphia, PA, 1960.

266 • LINDLEY Matt and understudy for the role of Dynamite Joe, Wildcat, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1960. Pinky Harris, Wish You Were Here, summer stock, 1961. Understudy for the role of Tom Bailey, Subways Are for Sleeping, New York City, 1961. Billy Crocker, Anything Goes, Orpheum Theatre, New York City, 1962. Sid Sorokin, The Pajama Came, summer stock, 1963. Dick, Something Morel, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, 1964. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, 1966. No Face, a vice overlord, Illya Darling, Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, 1967. The Devil, The Apple Tree, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1967. Yissel Fishbein, The Education of H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N, Alvin Theatre, New York City, 1968. Ernest, The Love Match, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1968. Charlie, Three Men on a Horse, Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1969. Mayer Rothschild, The Rothschilds, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York City, 1970. Sidney Brustein, The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, Longacre Theatre, New York City, 1972. Ben, The Enclave, Washington Theatre Club, Washington, DC, 1973. Sid Sorokin, The Pajama Came, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 1973. Night of 100 Stars (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1982. Room Service, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC, 1983. Nat, Vm Not Rappaport, Booth Theatre, New York City, 1986-87. Happy Birthday, Mr. Abbott! or Night of 100 Years, Palace Theatre, New York City, 1987. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, 1990. Yves, Unfinished Stories, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1991-92. Gypsy of the Year, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1993. The Sisters Rosenweig, New York City, 1993. Ebenezer Scrooge, A Christmas Carol, New York City, 1997. Also appeared in Kismet (stock production). Major Tours: Jeff Moss, Bells Are Ringing, U.S. cities, 1959.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Mayer Rothschild, The Rothschilds, U.S. cities, 1972. Don Quixote, Man of La Mancha, U.S. cities, 1989. Film Appearances: Nightclub singer, Bells Are Ringing, 1959. Richard Etheridge, When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?, Columbia, 1979. He (Michael), / Do! I Do!, 1982. Mel Arons,/A New Life, Paramount, 1988. Just Friends, Curb Entertainment International, 1996. Mac, Out to Sea, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, January 13, 1997, p. 39.

LINDLEY, Audra

1918-1997

OBITUARY NOTICE—See index for CTFT sketch: Born September 24, 1918, in Los Angeles, CA; died of leukemia, October 16, 1997, in Los Angeles, CA. Actress. Although her early works were on the stage and she was a regular on the television soap opera scene, Lindley might be best remembered for her role as Mrs. Roper on the television series Three's Company (1977-79). She also starred as the sexually frustrated Roper in a short-lived spinoff, The Ropers. Lindley studied with Max Reinhardt's workshop and acted in his West Coast company. Her Broadway debut was in the 1942 play Comes the Revelation. She also appeared in the stage productions of Take Her She's Mine and A Case of Libel. In the 1960s she appeared in the soap operas The Edge of Night, Search for Tomorrow, and Another World. Lindley switched to movies in the early 1970s, appearing in Taking Off (1971) and The Heartbreak Kid (1972). She then starred on television sitcoms and had regular roles on Bridget Loves Bernie (CBS, 1972-73), Doc (CBS, 1976), Three's Company (ABC, 1977-79) and The Ropers (ABC, 1979-80). She returned to the stage in 1981 in a production of On Co/den Pond at New York's Fifth Avenue Theater and appeared in the plays In the Sweet Bye 'n Bye (1984), The Chic Life (1984), Handy Dandy (1984-85), Long Days Journey into Night (1984), and Death of a Salesman (1984). She also appeared in the films Desert Hearts (1986), Troop Beverly Hills (1989), and The Re//c (1997). Lindley was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards—for Bridget Loves Bernie and Three's Company, was named best performer of the 1983-84 season at Canada's Citadel Theatre, and won the Straw Hat

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Award in 1984 for her role in The Chic Life. She continued to act until a month before her death, appearing on the CBS series Cybill as the lead character's mother and on NBC's Friends, where she played Phoebe's grandmother. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES Books: Who's Who in Hollywood, Facts on File, 1992. Periodicals: Chicago Tribune, October 18, 1997, section 1, p. 25. Los Angeles Times, October 19, 1997, p. B5. New York Times, October 25, 1997, p. D16. Washington Post, October 19, 1997, p. B9.

LINN-BAKER, Mark (Mark Baker)

1954-

PERSONAL Born June 17, 1954, in St. Louis, MO; married Adrianne Lobel, 1995. Education: Yale University, B.A.; Yale University School of Drama, M.F.A., 1979. Addresses: /Agent—Paradigm, 1011 Santa Monica Blvd., 25th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Career: Actor, director, and playwright. New York Stage and Film Co. at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, founder, 1984, director (with Max Mayer and Leslie Urdang), 1984—; West Bank Downstairs Theatre and West Bank Cafe, both New York City, owner (with John Heard and Steve Olsen), 1984-91, and 1992—; True Pictures, founder (with others), 1990. American Repertory Theatre Cambridge, MA, founding member; Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, member. Member: Artists in Action. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Alice in Concert, Public Theatre, 1980. The Laundry Hour, Public Theatre, 1981. Randy Newman's Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong, Production Company Theatre, New York City, 1981, later Astor Place Theatre, New York City, 1982. Waiting for Godot, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1982.

LINN-BAKER • 267 William Evans, The Death of von Richthofen as Witnessed from Earth, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1982. Mark, Doonesbury, Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1983. Delmount Williams, The Miss Firecracker Contest, Manhattan Theatre Club, then Cheryl Crawford Theatre, both New York City, 1984. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. Bernard Sugarmann, Face Value, Boston, MA, and New York City, both 1993. Val, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, 1993-94. Hysterium,/A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1996. Also appeared in All's Well That Ends Well and Othello. Stage Work; Director: Baby with the Bath Water (also known as Baby with the Bathwater), American Repertory Theatre Company, Pudding Theatre, Cambridge, MA, 1982. Savage in Limbo, Double Image Theatre, New York City, 1985. LA. Freewheeling (also known as LA. Free Wheeling), Hartley House Theatre, New York City, 1986. Zero Positive, New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1988. Film Appearances: (As Mark Baker) Voice of Andy, Raggedy Ann and Andy (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1977. Shakespearean actor, Manhattan, United Artists, 1979. Victor Lebrum, The End of August, Quartet, 1982. Benjy Stone, My Favorite Year, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1982. Voice of Him, Me and Him (also known as Ich und Er), Columbia, 1990. Tim Allgood, Noises Off, Buena Vista, 1992. Film Work; Producer: (With Max Mayer, Nellie Nugiel, and Leslie Urdang) Me & Veronica, Arrow Releasing, 1993. Executive producer, The Silent Alarm (short), 1993. Television Appearances; Series: Regular, Comedy Zone, CBS, 1984.

268 • LINNEY Larry Appleton, Perfect Strangers, ABC, 1986-93. Mr. Weeks, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1994-95. Television Director; Series: Hangin'with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1994-95.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 RECORDINGS Cast Albums: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Broadway Angel, 1996.

Television Appearances; Movies: Norman Brinkman, Wedding Day Blues (also known as Going to the Chapel and Wedding Bell Blues), NBC, 1988. Gordon Perry, Bare Essentials (also known as Sail Away and Almost Paradise), CBS, 1991.

Taped Readings: McNally's Luck, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1992.*

Television Appearances; Specials: Voice of Kirby, Doonesbury (animated), NBC, 1977. Public defender, O'Malley, 1983. Nathan Zuckerman, 'The Ghost Writer/' American Playhouse, PBS, 1984. Steve Griffin, The Recovery Room, 1985. Cohost, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, 1986. Host, Here's to You, Mickey Mouse, 1988. Host, Moscow Circus, 1988. ABC's Comedy Sneak Peek, ABC, 1989. Host, The ABC Perfectly Strange Saturday Morning Preview, ABC, 1989. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990. Why Bother Voting?, PBS, 1992. "The Whole Shebang," General Motors Playwrights Theater, Arts and Entertainment, 1993.

PERSONAL

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The 1 st Annual American Comedy Awards, 1987. The 39th Annual Emmy Awards, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: Ronnie, "Bump and Run," The Equalizer, CBS, 1985. "Atlas Belched," Moonlighting, ABC, 1985. Police officer, Ghostwriter, PBS, 1992. Dick Donaldson, "Trouble in Twin Town," Full House, ABC, 1992. Basketball player, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, ABC, 1994. Dr. Benjamin, Spin City, ABC, 1997. Also appeared in Miami Vice, NBC. Television Director; Episodic: Family Man, ABC, 1988. Family Matters, ABC, 1990. Step by Step, ABC, 1992. The Trouble with Larry, CBS, 1993. Also directed episodes of Going Places, ABC.

LINNEY, Laura 1964-

Born February 5, 1964, in New York, NY; daughter of Romulus Linney (a playwright) and Ann Leggett Perse; married David Adkins (an actor). Education: Brown University, B.A. (theatre), 1986; graduated from the Julliard School; also attended Moscow's Arts Theater School. Addresses: /Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Publicist—Cindi Berger, PMK Public Relations, 1775 Broadway, New York, NY 10019. Career: Actress. Also worked as a stagehand. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award and Drama Desk Award nomination, both 1992, for Sight Unseen; Calloway Award, 1994, for Hedda Cabler. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Six Degrees of Separation, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1990. Manhattan Class One-Acts, Nat Home Theatre, New York City, 1990. Nina, The Seagull: The Hamptons: 1990, RAPP Arts Center, New York City, 1990. Sheila, Beggars in the House of Plenty, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1991. Crete, Sight Unseen, Manhattan Theatre Club, Stage II, 1992, then Orpheum Theatre, New York City. Nina, The Sea Cull (also known as The Seagull), Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1992. Thea Elvsted, Hedda Gabler, Criterion Center Stage Right, New York City, 1994. Linda, Holiday, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1995-96. Betty, Landscape of the Body, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1997.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Claudia, Honour, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1998. Film Appearances: Young teacher, Lorenzo's Oil, Universal, 1992. Randi, Dave, Warner Bros., 1993. School teacher, Searching for Bobby Fischer (also known as Innocent Moves), Paramount, 1993. Nancy Newland,/4 Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994. Dr. Karen Ross, Congo, Paramount, 1995. Janet Venable, Primal Fear, Paramount, 1996. Kate Whitney, Absolute Power, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997. Meryl, The Truman Show, Paramount, 1998. Television Appearances; Movies: Phoebe, "Blind Spot" (also known as "Death in the Family"), Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1993. Lily Magraw, Class of'61, ABC, 1993. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Mary Ann Singleton, "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" (also known as "Tales of the City"), American Playhouse, PBS, 1994. Mary Ann Singleton, More Tales of the City, Showtime, 1998. Television Appearances; Episodic: Marsha Bowen, "Blue Bamboo," Law and Order, NBC, 1994. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, March, 1997, pp. 54-55. Movieline, volume 7, issue 8, 1996, pp. 54-59. People Weekly, June 26, 1995, pp. 99-100. Other: http://www .geocities.com/Hollywood/1404 (web page), December 10, 1997. http://www .nytimes.com/library/theater/(web page), December 10, 1997.

LINVILLE, Larry 1939(Lawrence Linville) PERSONAL Original name, Lawrence Lavon Linville; born September 29, 1939, in Ojai, CA; son of Harry Lavon

LINVILLE • 269 and Fay Pauline (Kennedy) Linville; married Vana Tribbey (divorced); married Kate Geer (divorced); married Melissa Gallant (divorced); married two other times; children: Kelly Leigh. Education: Attended the University of Colorado, 1957-59; studied for the theatre at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (London, England), 1959-61. Addresses: /Agent—Stone-Manners Agency, 8091 Selma Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Career: Actor and writer. Appeared on stage in repertory theatre, U.S. cities, 1961-68; and on the Canadian stage. Also known as Lawrence Linville. Member: Actors' Equity Association, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild of America. Awards, Honors: Inducted (with others) into the Television Broadcasting Hall of Fame by the National Association of Broadcasters, 1996, for M*/A*S*H. CREDITS Stage Appearances: More Stately Mansions, Broadway production, 1967. The Odd Couple, 1986. Glenn Cooper, Rumors, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1989. Henry Pulling/Augusta Bertram, Travels with My Aunt, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City, 1995. Film Appearances: Peter, Kotch, Cinerama Releasing Corporation, 1972. President Grimshaw, School Spirit, 1985. Blue Movies, Academy Home Entertainment, 1987. C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud, Vestron, 1989. Dr. Bob, Earth Girls Are Easy, Vestron, 1989. Principal McGree, Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever, LIVE Home Video, 1991. Himmel, Body Waves, New Horizons Home Video, 1992. West from North Goes South, 1993. No Dessert Dad, Til You Mow the Lawn, Libra Home Entertainment, 1994. Richard Dickerson,/A Million to]uan (also known as A Million to One), Trimark Pictures, 1994. Fatal Pursuit, Hemdale Home Video, 1995. Angel's Tide, Golden Rock Entertainment, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Major Frank Burns, M*/4*S*H, CBS, 1972-77.

270 • LINVILLE Major General Kevin Kelley, Grandpa Goes to Washington, NBC, 1978-79. Lyle Block, Checking In, CBS, 1981. Randy Bigelow, Herbie, the Love Bug, CBS, 1982. Grayson Carr, Paper Dolls, ABC, 1984. Television Appearances; Movies: Vanished, 1971. Medical examiner Robert Makurji, The Night Stalker (also known as The Kolchak Papers and The /Co/chak Tapes), ABC, 1972. Grandpa Goes to Washington, NBC, 1978. The Girl, the Gold Watch and Dynamite, Operation Prime Time, 1981. Night Partners, CBS, 1983. Television Appearances; Episodic: "A View of Nowhere/' Mannix, CBS, 1968. "A Pittance of Faith/' Mannix, CBS, 1969. 'The Secret of Mareno Bay/' The Outsider, NBC, 1969. Shadow of a Man, CBS, 1969. Captain Gulka, 'The Glass Cage/7 Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1969. Will Tyler, "The Fence/' Bonanza, NBC, 1969. "A Penny for the Peep Show," Mannix, CBS, 1969. "Robot," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1969. "Arizona State Loves You," Room 222, ABC, 1969. "The Bank of Tacoma," Here Comes the Brides, ABC, 1970. "Who Is Sylvia?," Mannix, CBS, 1970. "Ring of Freedom," The Young Rebels, ABC, 1970. Colonel Leo Orlov, "The Innocent," Mission: Impos5/5/6,085,1970. "Bang, Bang You're Dead," Mannix, CBS, 1970. "Remember Chris Gately," The Young Lawyers, ABC, 1970. "The Inheritors," The F.B.I., ABC, 1970. "Let the Dier Beware," Men at Law, CBS, 1971. Sloane, "The Academy," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971. "Operation: Lady Luck/'O'Hara, U.S. Treasury, CBS, 1972. "The Tip," Adam-12, NBC, 1972. "The House That Cried Murder," The Sixth Sense, ABC, 1972. "Bad Cats and Sudden Death," Cannon, CBS, 1972. "Chopper," The Night Stalker, ABC, 1975. "The Deadly Maze," The Rockford Files, NBC, 1977. "Deadly Sanctuary," Barnaby Jones, CBS, 1978. Supertrain, NBC, 1979. Carlin, "CHiPs Goes Roller Disco," part one, CHiPs, NBC, 1979. Carlin, "CHiPs Goes Roller Disco," part two, CHiPs, NBC, 1979.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1980. Lou Grant, CBS, 1980. "April the Ninny," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. "Return of the Ninny," The Love Boat, ABC, 1981. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. TheJeffersons,CBS, 1981. Aloha Paradise, ABC, 1981. "A Genie Named Joe," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1982. Kent Radford, "Murder Takes the Bus," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985. "Guilt by Association," Detective in the House, CBS, 1985. "And a Child Shall Lead," Airwolf, CBS, 1985. "Does Not Computer," Riptide, NBC, 1985. "Love and the Family Feud," The New Love, American Style, ABC, 1986. "Old Heroes Never Die," The Law and Harry McGraw, CBS, 1987. "The Trial of Martin Vanderhoff," You Can't Take It with You, syndicated, 1987. Lieutenant Ames, "The Curse of Daanu," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Uncle Danny, "Toby or Not Toby, "Dream On, HBO, 1990. Dr. Nagelson, "To Sleep, No More," Night Court, NBC, 1991. Grover Cleveland, "Neverending Battle/' Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois and Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1993. Himself, Nurses, NBC, 1993. Paige Corbin, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995. Also appeared in Judd for the Defense, ABC. Television Appearances; Specials: Memories of M*A*5*H (also known as Memories of MASH), CBS, 1991. Television Appearances; Pilots: Marcus We/fay, MD (also known as A Matter of Humanities), ABC, 1969. Calling Dr. Storm, MD, NBC, 1977. "A Christmas for Boomer," Here's Boomer, NBC, 1979. Colonel Steele, "The Misfits of Science," Misfits of Science, NBC, 1985. The Misery Brothers, 1995. WRITINGS Screenplays: Ragwing, 1975.

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OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: People Weekly, November 25, 1991, p. 94."

LOPEZ Jennifer

1970PERSONAL

Born July 24,1970, in Bronx, NY; married Ojani Noa (an actor and model), February 22, 1997. LINVILLE, Lawrence See LINVILLE, Larry

LOMBARD, Karina 1969-

Addresses: Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Career: Actress. Also worked as a model. Appeared in music videos, inlcuding 'That's the Way Love Goes/' for Janet Jackson, and ''Been Around the World," for Puff Daddy & The Family.

PERSONAL Born January 21,1969, in Tahiti; raised in Barcelona, Spain; daughter of Henry Lombard (in banking) and Nupuree Lightfoot (a Lakota Indian medicine woman); married Anthony Crane (an actor and aspiring playwright). Education: Studied at Actors Studio. Addresses: Agent—The Gersh Agency, 232 North Cannon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Manager— Carlyle Productions and Management, 639 North Larchmont, Suite 207, Los Angeles, CA 90004. Career: Actress. Appeared in the music video "Woman" for the music group Scorpions. CREDITS Film Appearances: Warhol actress, The Doors, TriStar, 1991. Young woman on beach, The Firm, Paramount, 1993. Antoinette Cosway, Wide Sargasso Sea, Fine Line, 1993. Isabel Two, Legends of the Fall, TriStar, 1994. Felina, Last Man Standing, New Line Cinema, 1996. Zareta, Kull the Conqueror, Universal, 1997. Television Appearances; Episodic: Narrator of Pola Bergi and Sophia Loren,5exanc/t/ie Silverscreen, Showtime, 1996. Also appeared on French television. OTHER SOURCES

Periodicals: People Weekly, July 12, 1993, p. 47."

Awards, Honors: Independent Spirit Award nomination, 1995, for My Family, Mi Familia; Golden Globe Award nomination, best performance by an actress in a comedy for musical motion picture, 1998, for Selena. CREDITS Film Appearances: Myra, My Little Girl, Black-Swan/Merchant Ivory, 1986. Grace Santiago, Money Train, Columbia, 1995. Young Maria Sanchez, My Family, Mi Familia, New Line Cinema, 1995. Miss Marquez, Jack, Buena Vista, 1996. Terri Flores, Anaconda, Sony Pictures, 1997. Gabriela, Blood & Wine, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997. Selena Quintanilla, Selena, Warner Bros., 1997. Grace McKenna, U-Turn, Sony Pictures, 1997. Karen Cisco, Out of Sight, Universal, 1998. Voice of Azteca, Antz, DreamWorks, 1998. Television Appearances; Series: Fly Girls member, In Living Color, Fox, 1991-93. Melinda Lopez, Second Chances, CBS, 1993-94. Melinda Lopez, Hotel Malibu, CBS, 1993-94. Television Appearances; Movies: Rosie, Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7 (also known as Race Against the Dark: The Crash of Flight 7), CBS, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Host, Coming Up Roses, CBS, 1994. Host, The /995 NCLR Bravo Awards, 1995. Presenter, The VIDA Awards, 1995.

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Stage Appearances: A Christmas Carol, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1991-92, then 1992-93. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Interview, April, 1997, p. 50.*

LOPEZ, Mario 1973-

Television Appearances; Movies: The Last Fling, ABC, 1987. A. C. Slater, Saved By the Bell—Hawaiian Style, NBC, 1992. A. C. Slater, Saved By the Bell—Wedding in Las Vegas, NBC, 1994. Greg Louganis, Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story, USA Network, 1997. Dave Ruggles, Killing Mr. Griffin, NBC, 1997. Film Appearances: Felipe's friend, Colors, Orion, 1988. Fever Lake, ETD Distribution, 1997.

PERSONAL OTHER SOURCES Born October 10, 1973, in San Diego, CA; son of Mario Sr. (a worker for the municipality of National City) and Elvia (a former telephone clerk) Lopez. Education: Graduated from Chula Vista High School, San Diego, CA. Avocational interests: Dancing, playing racquetball, wrestling. Addresses: Agent—Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010. Career: Actor. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: A. C. Slater, Saved By the Bell: The New Class, NBC, 1988-93. Host, Name Your Adventure, NBC, 1992. A. C. Slater, Saved By the Bell: The College Years, NBC, 1993. Storytime, PBS, 1994. Host, Masters of the Maze, The Family Channel, 1995-96. Television Appearances; Episodic: Guillermo, "No Sex 'Til After Homework/' Union Square, NBC, 1997. Television Appearances; Specials: Johnny Vega, The Arena, ABC, 1986. Hector, The Deacon Street Deer, ABC, 1986. The 14th Annual Circus of the Stars, CBS, 1989. A. C. Slater, Who Shrunk Saturday Morning?, NBC, 1989. Ray Sanchez, Big Boys Don't Cry, CBS, 1993. NBA All-Star Stay in School Celebration, NBC, 1995. Competitor, Superstar American Gladiators, ABC, 1995. Presenter, The 18th Annual CableACE Awards, 1996.

Periodicals: People Weekly, November 30, 1992, p. 77.*

LOPEZ, Priscilla 1948PERSONAL Born February 26, 1948, in the Bronx, NY; daughter of Francisco and Laura (Candelaria) Lopez; married Vincent Fanuele (a trombonist), January 16, 1972; children: two. Education: Studied for the theater at the Performing Arts High School, New York City. Addresses: Agent—Jeff Berger, Writers & Artists Agency, 924 Westwood Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90024. Career: Actress, singer, and dancer. Special assistant to Tommy Tune, tor Nine, Forty-Sixth Street Theatre, New York City, 1982-83. Awards, Honors: Obie Award, 1975, for A Chorus Line; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, best featured actress in a musical, 1976, for A Chorus Line; Antoinette Perry Award, best featured actress in a musical, 1980, for A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Broadway debut) Breakfast at Tiffany's, 1966. Your Own Thing, 1969. Revue performer, What's a Nice Country Like You Doing in a Place Like This, Off-Broadway production, 1973.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Morales, A Chorus Line, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, then Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1975. Harpo Marx, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, John Golden Theatre, New York City, 1980-81. Lisa, Key Exchange, Orpheum Theatre, New York City, 1982. Joy/Shirley, Buck, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1983. Terry, Extremities, Westside Arts Center/Cheryl Crawford Theatre, New York City, 1983. Norina, Non-Pasquale, New York Shakespeare Festival, Delacorte Theatre, 1983. La Goulue and Paulette, Times and Appetites of Toulouse-Lautrec, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1985-86. Elizabeth, Be Happy for Me, Douglas Fairbank's Theater, New York City, 1986. "Series B," Marathon '88, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1988. Kate Sullivan, Other People's Money, Minetta Lane Theatre, New York City, 1989-91. Night of One Hundred Stars III, Radio City Music Hall, 1990. Class Mothers '68 (one-woman show), A. E. Hotchner Studio Theatre, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 1998.

LORING »273 Anita DeSimone, Alone in the Neon Jungle, CBS, 1988. Martha, Jesse, CBS, 1988. Mary Ayala, For the Love of My Child: The Anissa Ayala Story, NBC, 1993. D.A. White, Moment of Truth: Stalking Back (also known as Stalking Back: The Anello Family Story), NBC, 1993. Television Appearances; Specials: Night of 100 Stars III, NBC, 1990. Television Appearances; Episodic: Sally Packard, "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die/' Law & Order, NBC, 1990. Also appeared on Trapper John, M.D. and All in the Family. OTHER SOURCES Books: Notable Hispanic American Women, Gale (Detroit, Ml), 1993.*

LORING, Gloria

1946PERSONAL

Earlier Broadway appearances include Henry, Sweet Henry, Lysi strata, Company, Her First Roman, The Boy Friend, and Pippin. Stage Work: Choreographer, Times and Appetites of ToulouseLautrec, American Place Theatre, 1985-86. Film Appearances: Theresa, Cheaper to Keep Her, American Cinema, 1980. Aldonza, Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1987. Dr. Gail Gitterman, Simple Justice, Panorama Entertainment, 1989. Television Appearances; Series: Rita, Feelin'Good, PBS, 1974. Sister Agnes, In the Beginning, CBS, 1978. Rosa Villanueva, R.N., Kay O'Brien, CBS, 1986. Television Appearances; Movies: Nelly Gardato, Doubletake, 1985. Wanda Orozco, Intimate Strangers, CBS, 1986.

Original name, Gloria Jean Goff; born December 10, 1946, in New York, NY; raised in New York, NY, and Minneapolis, MN; daughter of Gerald Louis (a trumpet player and salesperson) and Dorothy Ann (a singer; maiden name, Tobin) Goff; married Alan (Willis) Thicke (an actor, television show host, and musician), August 22 (one source says July 22), 1970 (divorced, 1986); married Christopher Beaumont, June 18,1988 (divorced, 1993); married Rene Lagler, December 20, 1994; children: (first marriage) Brennan Todd, Robin Alan. Career: Actress, singer, writer, and songwriter. Began singing career in Miami Beach, FL, 1965. Glitz Records, Los Angeles, CA, owner, 1984—; Only Silk Productions, president, 1985-90; Silk Purse Productions, owner, 1992—; Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, celebrity chair. Addresses: Agent—The Craig Agency, 8485 Melrose PL, Suite E, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Member: National Academy of Songwriters (gold member),

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Awards, Honors: Humanitarian Awards, 1982 and 1988, and (with Alan Thicke) International Parents of the Year Award, 1984, all from Juvenile Diabetes Foundation; Woman of the Year Award, Jewelers Association of America, 1986. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Liz Chandler DiMera Craig Curtis, Days of Our Lives, NBC, 1980-86. Television Appearances; Movies: Janice Muggins, Convicted: A Mother's Story, NBC, 1987. Katherine "Kate" Devers, Po//ce Story: The Freeway Killings (also known as The Freeway Killings and Police Story//), NBC, 1987. Television Appearances; Episodic: Singer, The Merv Griffin Show, syndicated, 1967. Interviewee, Fame, Fortune and Romance, ABC, 1986. Margo Bowman, Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1988. Panelist, To Tell the Truth, NBC, 1990. Burke''s Law, CBS, 1994. Sable Shannon, "Whore Wars," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1994. Mrs. Cleveland, 'Tearless," Beverly Hills, 90210, Fox, 1996. Television Appearances; Specials: Circus of the Stars, 1982. Celebrity Daredevils, 1983. TV's Censored Bloopers, 1984. The Real Trivial Pursuit, 1985. NBC's 60th /Anniversary Celebration, NBC, 1986. The Beach Boys—25 Years Together, ABC, 1987. Bob Hope with His Beautiful Easter Bunnies and Other Friends, NBC, 1987. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1987. Happy Birthday, Hollywood!, ABC, 1987. Sea World's All-Star, Lone Star Celebration (also known as New Friends ... Sea World Comes to Texas), CBS, 1988. Lou Rawls Presents Black Gold Hits (also known as Black Cold Hits), syndicated, 1988. Christmas with the Stars: An International Earthquake Benefit, The Discovery Channel, 1989. Host (with Ricardo Montalban), Thanks for Giving (also known as juvenile Diabetes Foundation Telethon), USA Network, 1989. Host, From the Heart, syndicated, 1989. Bob Hope's Don't Shoot, It's Only Me, NBC, 1990.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations: The American Music Awards, 1987. Performer of Songs in Television Shows: Theme song, Diffrent Strokes, NBC, 1978. Theme song, The Facts of Life, NBC, 1979. "I Can Hear Music," The Beach Boys—25 Years Together, ABC, 1987. "Change of Heart" and "The Easter Parade," Bob Hope with His Beautiful Easter Bunnies and Other Friends, NBC, 1987. "Is There Anybody Out There?," Guiding Light (also known as The Guiding Light), CBS, 1994. Major Tours: Bob Hope's Annual Armed Forces Christmas Tour, 1970. RECORDINGS Albums: Gloria Loring, Atlantic (New York City), 1986. Full Moon/No Hesitation, Atlantic, 1988. Is There Anybody Out There?, 1994. Also recorded Today, MGM Records (New York City), and Sing a Song for the Mountain, Evolution/Stereo Dimension (New York City). Contributor to Albums: (With others) Carl Anderson, Carl Anderson, Epic (Los Angeles, CA), 1986. Album Work as Producer: A Shot in the Dark, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 1985. WRITINGS Nonfiction: Days of Our Lives Celebrity Cookbook, Volume I, 1981, Volume II, 1983. Living the Days of Our Lives, 1984. Kids, Food and Diabetes, Contemporary Books (Chicago, IL), 1986. Parenting a Diabetic Child: A Practical, Empathetic Guide to Help You and Your Child Live with Diabetes, Lowell House (Los Angeles, CA), 1991. The Kids Food and Diabetes Family Cookbook, 1991. Composer; Television Theme Songs: (With Alan Thicke) Diffrent Strokes, NBC, 1978. (With Alan Thicke) The Facts of Life, NBC, 1978.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Composer; Songs for Films: "What Have You Got to Lose?/' Inside Moves, Associated Film Distribution, 1980. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: Entertainment Weekly, August 12, 1994, p. 45. People Weekly, April 7, 1986, pp. 64-66.*

LOWE, Chad 1968PERSONAL Born Charles Lowe, January 15, 1968, in Dayton, OH; brother of Rob Lowe (an actor); married Hilary Swank (an actress), September 28, 1997. Addresses: /Agent—Abrams Artists and Associates, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 625, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Emmy Award, outstanding supporting actor in a drama series, 1993, for Life Goes On. CREDITS Television Appearances; Series: Spencer Winger, Spencer, NBC, 1984-85. Jesse McKenna, Life Goes On, ABC, 1991-93. Carter Gallavan, Me/rose Place, Fox, 1996-97. Television Appearances; Miniseries: Kippie Petworth, An Inconvenient Woman, ABC, 1991. Television Appearances; Movies: Al Hamilton, Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (also known as Flight No. 90 and Florida Flight 90), NBC, 1984. Skip Lewis, Silence of the Heart, CBS, 1984. Josh Sydney, There Must Be a Pony, ABC, 1986. Billy Kincaid, So Proudly We Hail (also known as Skinheads), CBS, 1990. Jeff Frost, Captive (also known as Season of Fear), ABC, 1991. Jaan Toome, Candles in the Dark, The Family Channel, 1993. Stephen Wells, Dare to Love (also known as / Dare to Die), ABC, 1995.

LOWE • 275 Eric, Fighting for My Daughter (also known as Fighting for My Daughter: The Anne Dion Story), ABC, 1995. Sergeant Lott, In the Presence of Mine Enemies, Showtime, 1997. Commissioner Faulk, Target Earth, ABC, 1998. Television Appearances; Specials: Michael Wells, "No Means No/' CBS Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1988. Adam Cooper, "April Morning/' Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1988. The 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, 1989. Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One Hundred Stars), NBC, 1990. In a New Light, ABC, 1992. Host, Understanding HIV: Does Teen America Know the Facts?, syndicated, 1992. In a New Light '93, ABC, 1993. The Show Formerly Known as The Martin Short Show, NBC, 1995. Hollywood Hockey Cup, Comedy Central, 1996. Roger, "Me and My Hormones/' ABC Afterschool Specials, ABC, 1996. Television Appearances; Episodic: Sam Taylor, "Shoshoni Dreaming: The Trial of Hetti Lewis/' Snowy River: The McGregor Saga, The Family Channel, 1995. George Henry, brain researcher (three episodes), ER, NBC, 1997. Film Appearances: Computer hacker, Oxford Blues, Metro-GoldwynMayer/United Artists, 1984. Billy Kelly, Apprentice to Murder (also known as The Long Lost Friends and The Long Lost Friend), New World, 1988. Donny Trueblood, True Blood, Fries, 1989. Stephen/Stephanie, Nobody's Perfect, Moviestore, 1990. Charlie Sykes, Highway to Hell, Hemdale Releasing, 1992. Winton Powell, 5/r/ngo, WarnerVision Films, 1995. LeGrand, Driven, Trianon Pictures/Pacific Rim Partners L P/Pallisades Pictures, 1996. Doug, Floating, Arclight Pictures, 1997. Marty, Do Me a Favor, Quadra Entertainment, 1997. Richard, The Way We Are, 1997. Erik, Suicide, the Comedy, Alibi Entertainment, 1998. Stage Appearances: Night of 100 Stars III (also known as Night of One

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Hundred Stars), Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 1990. John, Grotesque iLove Songs, WPA Theatre, New York City, 1990.*

LUCAS, Hans See GODARD, Jean-Luc

LUCKINBILL, Laurence 1934(?)PERSONAL Full name, Laurence George Luckinbill; born November 21 (one source says November 17), 1934 (some sources say 1938), in Fort Smith, AR; son of Laurence Benedict and Agnes (Nulph) Luckinbill; married Robin Strasser (an actress), November 19, 1966 (divorced); married Lucie Arnaz (an actress), June 23, 1980; children: (first marriage) Laurence Nicholas, Benjamin Joseph; (second marriage) Simon; stepchildren: Jennifer. Education: Attended Fort Smith Junior College, 1951-52; University of Arkansas, B.A., 1955; Catholic University of America, M.F.A., 1957; postgraduate work at New York University, 1960; trained for the stage with Uta Hagen at the HB Studios and with George Kernodle at the University of Arkansas. Politics: Democrat. A vocational interests: Writing articles about theatre and film. Addresses: Agent— Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Career: Actor and director. National Players, Inc., manager, 1957-60; U.S. State Department, Khartoum, Sudan, drama advisor, 1961; University of Rome, Rome, Italy, visiting lecturer, 1962; Queensborough Community College, Queens, NY, drama lecturer, 1967-68; New York Actors Theatre, New York City, founding director, 1978; worked as a stage carpenter. Also worked in a cannery. Military service: U.S. Army, Chemical Corps, became first lieutenant, 1956. Member: Actors' Equity Association (council member, 1968-69), Screen Actors Guild (director, 197172), American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, American Civil Liberties Union, Players Club, Underwater Society. Awards, Honors: Variety New York Drama Critics' Poll, best actor, 1970, for The Memory Bank; Distinguished Achievement Award, Catholic University of

America Alumni, 1976; Antoinette Perry Award nomination, 1977, for The Shadow Box; Arkansas Traveller Award, 1979; Emmy Award (with Lucie Arnaz and Don Buford), outstanding informational special, 1993, for Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie. CREDITS Stage Appearances: Old shepherd, Oedipus Rex, Carnegie Playhouse, 1959. George Fabry, There Is a Play Tonight (also known as There's a Play Tonight), Theatre Marquee, New York City, 1961. lago, Othello, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, OH, 1962. Hotspur, Henry IV, Part One, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, 1962. Justice Swallow, Henry IV, Part Two, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, 1962. Title role, Caligula, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ, 1962. Will Roper, A Man for All Seasons, American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA) Theatre, New York City, 1963. Faces in the American Mirror, 1963. Simon Holt, Beekman Place, Morosco Theatre, New York City, 1964. Arms and the Man, 1965. Damis, Tartuffe, American National Theatre and Academy, Washington Square Theatre, New York City, 1965. Galileo Galilei, Galileo (also known as Life of Galileo), McCarter Theatre, 1965. Biff Loman, Death of a Salesman, American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, CA, 1966. Edmund, King Lear, American Conservatory Theatre, 1966. Orestes, The Flies, APA Repertory Theatre, New York City, 1966. Sodom and Gomorrah, Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati, OH, 1966-67. Hank, The Boys in the Band, Theatre Four, New York City, 1968. Sensuality, Horseman, Pass By, Fortune Theatre, New York City, 1969. Hank, The Boys in the Band, Wyndham's Theatre, London, England, 1969. Ted, "The Electric Map/' The Memory Bank, Tambellini's Gate Theatre, New York City, 1970. Dr. Prentice, What the Butler Saw, McAlpin Rooftop Theatre, New York City, 1970.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Patrick, A Meeting By the River, Center Theatre Group, New Theatre for Now, Los Angeles, CA, then Phoenix Theatre Sideshows, Edison Theatre, New York City, both 1972. Frank Elliot, Alpha Beta, Eastside Playhouse, New York City, 1973. Tadpole, Center Theatre Group, New Theatre for Now, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 1973. Too Much Johnson, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1975. Brian, The Shadow Box, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, 1975, then Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1976, later Morosco Theatre, 1977. Anton Ignatyevich Kerzhentsen and Hamlet, Poor Murderer, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1976. Simon, A Prayer for My Daughter, New York Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre, New York City, 1978. Galileo Galilei, Galileo (also known as Life of Galileo), New York Actors Theatre, Havemeyer Hall, Columbia University, New York City, 1978. George Schneider, Chapter Two, Imperial Theatre, New York City, 1979. Ralph Michaelson, Past Tense, Circle in the Square Theatre, New York City, 1980. Ken Harrison, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Wilshire Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, 1980. Vernon Gersch, They're Playing Our Song, St. Louis Municipal Opera, St. Louis, MO, 1982. He (Michael), / Do/ / Do!, Dallas Music Hall, Dallas, TX, then Morris Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore, MD, both 1983. The Guardsman, University of Arkansas, 1983, then Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ, 1984. Dick Biehn, Dancing in the Endzone (also known as Dancing in the End Zone), Ritz Theatre, New York City, 1985. David Kahn,5oc/a/5eci/r/ty, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, then Royal Poinciana Playhouse, Palm Beach, FL, both 1987. Title role, Lyndon Johnson, John Houseman Theatre, New York City, 1991. Yves, Unfinished Stories, New York Theatre Workshop, New York City, 1994. A Fair Country, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, New York City, 1996. Also appeared in The Fantasticks.

Stage Work; Director: Macbeth (Arabic production), Sudan, 1961.

LUCKINBILL • 277 Our Town (Italian production), Rome, Italy, 1961. Old Acquaintance, Paramus, NJ, 1967.

Major Tours: Will Roper,A Man for All Seasons, U.S. cities, 196364. Frank Bryant, Educating Rita, U.S. cities, 1981. He (Michael), / Do! I Do!, U.S. cities, 1983. Title role, Lyndon Johnson, U.S. cities, 1988. Film Appearances: Hank, The Boys in the Band, Cinema Center, 1970. Richard Messenger, Such Good Friends, Paramount, 1971. Wayne Nesbitt, Corky (also known as Lookin' Good), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1972. Narrator, Moonwalk One, Francis Thompson, 1972. Banks, The Money, Calliope, 1975. Dr. Gregson, The Promise (also known as Face of a Stranger), Universal, 1979. Mayor Claude Franklyn, Not for Publication, Samuel Goldwyn/Thorne, 1984. Mr. Mooney, Cocktail, Buena Vista, 1988. Homer Foxx, Messenger of Death (also known as Avenging Angels), Pathe Releasing/Trans World, 1988. Sybok, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Paramount,

1989. Television Appearances; Series: Frank Carver, The Secret Storm, CBS, 1967-68. Steve Prescott, Where the Heart Is, CBS, 1970. Glenn Garth Gregory, The Delphi Bureau, ABC, 1972-73.

Television Appearances; Miniseries: Major Richard Arnold, Ike (also known as Ike: The War Years), ABC, 1979. Narrator,]ames A. Michener's Space (also known as

Space), CBS, 1985. Television Appearances; Pilots: Howard, Lights Out, NBC, 1972. Glenn Garth Gregory, The Delphi Bureau, ABC, 1972. Someone to Watch Over Me, NBC, 1975. Dr. Glickman, Momma the Detective (also known as See China and Die), NBC, 1981. Adam Margolin, One More Try, CBS, 1982.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Naked in the Streets/7 N.Y.P.D., ABC, 1968. "The Continual Roar of Musketry/' The Bold Ones: The Senator, NBC, 1970.

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Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Television Work; Specials: Executive producer (with Lucie Arnaz), Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie, NBC, 1993. WRITINGS Stage Plays: Author of Roy Brightswood (also known as Roy Hurd), and The Golden Gate. Stage Plays; Translations: (With others) Poor Murderer, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1976. Teleplays; Specials: Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie, NBC, 1993. Other Writings: Author of Feature People; contributor to periodicals, including Esquire, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times. *

LUKE, Keye

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Television Appearances; Movies: Don Davies, Death Sentence (also known as Murder One), ABC, 1974. Lawrence Lewis, Panic on the 5:22, ABC, 1974. Bill Anderson, Winner Take All, NBC, 1975. Governor Hal Hoffman, The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, NBC, 1976. Noel Grossman Jr., The November Plan, 1976. Harry McClain, The Mating Season, CBS, 1980. Jim Burton, One Terrific Guy, CBS, 1986. Senator Bob Mathias, To Heal a Nation, NBC, 1988.

Born June 18,1904, in Canton, China (now People's Republic of China); raised in the United States; died following a stroke, January 12,1991, in Whittier, CA; son of an art shop owner; married Ethel Davis, 1942 (died, 1979); children: Ethel. Education: Attended the University of Washington, Seattle. Career: Actor. Twentieth Century-Fox and RKO Studios, commercial artist and poster designer. Member: Screen Actors Guild (founding member).

Also appeared in The Boston Massacre. Television Appearances; Specials: And the Bones Came Together, ABC, 1973. "A Special Act of Love," ABC Afternoon Playbreak, ABC, 1973. Our Brother's Keeper, PBS, 1981. "Phil Sheridan Gibson," An American Portrait, PBS, 1986. Title role, Lyndon ]ohnson, PBS, 1987. Voice of Joshua Speed, Lincoln, 1992. Also appeared as Pabundren, As I Lay Dying.

Awards, Honors: First Annual Lifetime Achievement Award, Association of Asian/Pacific American Artists, 1986; honored with star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1990. CREDITS Film Appearances: Shay Kee Seng, The Painted Veil, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1934. Ambassador's son, Shanghai, Paramount, 1935. Young Chinese, Oil for the Lamps of China, Warner Bros., 1935.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Dr. Wong, Mad Love (also known as The Hands of Or/ac), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1935. Taki, The Casino Murder Case, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1935. Here's to Romance (also known as Melody of Life), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1935. Eight Bells, Columbia, 1935. Wong, King of Burlesque, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1936. Anything Goes (also known as Tops Is the Limit), Paramount, 1936. Elder son, The Cood Earth, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1937. Dr. Wong, International Settlement, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1938. Jimmy Riley, North of Shanghai, Columbia, 1939. Andrew Abbott, Disputed Passage, Paramount, 1939. Ling, Barricade, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939. Chang Howe, Sued for Libel, RKO, 1940. Jimmy Wong, The Phantom of Chinatown, Monogram, 1940. Man, No, No Nanette, RKO, 1940. Mr. Toy, They Met in Bombay, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1941. No Hands on the Clock, Paramount, 1941. Kumi, Mr. and Mrs. North, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1941. Buck Wing, Let's Go Collegiate (also known as Farewell to Fame), Monogram, 1941. George, Gang's All Here (also known as In the Night), Monogram, 1941. Lin Tai Yen, Burma Convoy, Universal, 1941. Clancy, Bowery Blitzkrieg (also known as Stand and Deliver), Monogram, 1941. Passage from Hong Kong, Warner Bros., 1941. Kim How, A Yank on the Burma Road (also known as China Caravan), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1942. Ah Foo, A Tragedy at Midnight, Republic, 1942. Haru, Spy Ship, Warner Bros., 1942. Thomas Chang, Somewhere I'll Find You, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1942. Wellington Wong, North to the Klondike, Universal, 1942. Lao Lee, a magician, Mexican Spitfire's Elephant, RKO, 1942. Japanese statesman, Journey for Margaret, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1942. Surgeon, Invisible Agent, Universal, 1942. Jerry, The Falcon's Brother, RKO, 1942. Dr. Lee Wong How, Dr. Cillespie's New Assistant, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1942. Secretary, Destination Unknown, Universal, 1942. Steamship officer clerk, Across the Pacific, Warner Bros., 1942.

LUKE • 279 Flashy Logaz, Salute to the Marines, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1943. Dr. Lee Wong How, Dr. Cillespie's Criminal Case (also known as Crazy to Kill), Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1943. Dr. Lee Wong How, Three Men in White, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1944. Dr. Lee Wong How, Between Two Women, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1944. Dr. Lee, Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble, MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, 1944. Japanese diplomat, Dragon Seed, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1944. Charlie Otani, Tokyo Rose, Paramount, 1945. Haan-Soo, First Yank into Tokyo (also known as Mask of Fury), RKO, 1945. Himself, How Do You Do?, Producers Releasing, 1946. Dr. Lee Wong How, Dark Delusion (also known as Cynthia's Secret), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1947. Loy, Waterfront at Midnight, Paramount, 1948. Jimmie, Sleep, My Love, United Artists, 1948. Ramundo, Young Man with a Horn (also known as Young Man of Music), Warner Bros., 1950. Japanese officer, South Sea Woman (also known as Pearl of the South Pacific), Warner Bros., 1953. Pidada, Fair Wind to lava, Republic, 1953. Wong, World for Ransom, Allied Artists, 1954. Chief Don, Hell's Half Acre, Republic, 1954. Elder brother, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1955. Li Ching, The Bamboo Prison, Columbia, 1955. Voice of Tsukioka (American version), Cojira no Cyakushu (also known as Fire Monster, Counterattack of the Monsters, Cigantis, Cigantis the Fire Monster, Godzilla's Counter Attack, Codzilla Raids Again, The Return of Codzilla, and The Volcano Monster), Dapan], 1955. Captain Kuo Tai, Battle Hell (also known as Escape of the Amethyst, Their Greatest Glory, and Yangtse Incident), Herbert Wilcox, 1956. Around the World in Eighty Days, United Artists, 1956. Voice of Shigeru (American version), Sora no Daikaiju Radon (also known as Rodan, Rodan!, and Rodan! The Flying Monster), [Japan], 1956. The Hunters, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1958. Sen Chiu, Project X, Paramount, 1968. Gondai-San, Nobody's Perfect, Universal, 1968. Professor Soong Li, The Chairman (also known as The Most Dangerous Man in the World), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1969. Foo Sen, The Hawaiians (also known as Master of the Islands), United Artists, 1970.

280 • LUKE Cook in kitchen, Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (also known as Won Ton Ton), Paramount, 1976. Chung Wei, The Amsterdam Kill, Columbia, 1978. Dr. Device, lust You and Me, Kid, Columbia, 1979. They Call Me Bruce (also known as A Fistful of Chopsticks), Film Ventures International, 1982. Grandfather, Gremlins, Warner Bros., 1984. Ishimine, A Fine Mess, Columbia, 1986. Mr. Thule, Dead Heat, New World, 1988. Dr. Raj, The Mighty Quinn, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ United Artists, 1989. Mr. Wing, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Warner Bros., 1990. Dr. Yang, Alice, Orion, 1990. Also appeared in Noon Sunday. Film Appearances as Lee Chan, the "Number One Son" of Charlie Chan: Charlie Chan in Shanghai, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1935. Charlie Chan in Paris, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1935. Charlie Chan at the Race Track, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1936. Charlie Chan at the Opera, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1936. Charlie Chan at the Circus, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1936. Charlie Chan on Broadway, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Charlie Chan at the Olympics, Twentieth CenturyFox, 1937. Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937. Mr. Moto's Gamble (also known as Charlie Chan at the Ringside), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1938. The Feathered Serpent, Monogram, 1948. Sky Dragon, Monogram, 1949. Film Appearances; Serials: Kato, The Green Hornet, Universal, 1940. Kato, The Green Hornet Strikes Again (also known as The Green Hornet Strikes Back), Universal, 1940. Captain Wing, The Adventures of Smilin' lack, Universal, 1943. Ah Fong, Secret Agent X-9, Universal, 1945. Tal Shan, Lost City of the jungle, Universal, 1946. Film Work: Technical adviser, The Painted Veil, Metro-GoldwynMayer, 1934.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Also served as a technical adviser for various other films. Television Appearances; Series: Thomas Wong, Kentucky Jones, NBC, 1964-65. Prince Kralahome, Anna and the King, CBS, 1972. Master Po, Kung Fu, ABC, 1972-75. Voice of Charlie Chan, The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan (animated), CBS, 1972-74. Voices of Zoltar, Colonel Cronos, and Great Spirit, Battle of the Planets (animated), syndicated, 1978. Voice characterization, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (animated), NBC, 1981-82. Voice characterization, Alvin and the Chipmunks (animated; also known as Chipmunks), NBC, 1983. Sabasan, Sidekicks, ABC, 1986-87. Television Appearances; Pilots: Master Po, Kung Fu, ABC, 1972. Mr. Hu, Brothers, CBS, 1980. Jimmy Yew, Unit 4, CBS, 1981. Television Appearances; Episodic: Texaco Star Theater (also known as The Milton Berle Show), NBC, 1950. "Compound," Terry and the Pirates, syndicated, 1952. "Macao's Gold," Terry and the Pirates, syndicated, 1952. "Task Force Smith/' Hollywood Playhouse, syndicated, 1952. "The Traitor/' Fireside Theater (also known as Jane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theater), NBC, 1953. "The Reign of Amelia Jo," Fireside Theater (also known as/ane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theater), NBC, 1954. Big Town, NBC, 1954. "Ring Once for Death," Studio 57 (also known as Heinz Studio 57), syndicated, 1955. "Chinese Luck," The Ray MillandShow, CBS, 1955. "The San Francisco Story," My Little Margie, NBC, 1955. "The Chinatown Case," Lineup, CBS, 1955. Chen, "The Queue," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1955. "Christmas in Burma," The Crusader, CBS, 1955. "Annie and the Chinese Puzzle," Annie Oakley, syndicated, 1955. "Cavalry in China," Crossroads, CBS, 1956. "Time Bomb," Telephone Time, CBS, 1956. "The Smuggler," TV Reader's Digest, ABC, 1956. "No Place at Lo Dao," Wire Service, ABC, 1957.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "May Day/' Panic!, NBC, 1957. "In the Dark," A/coa Theater, NBC, 1958. 'The Case of the Chinese Puzzle/' Oh! Susanna (also known as The Gale Storm Show), CBS, 1958. "Chinese Honeymoon," Richard Diamond, Private Detective, CBS, 1958. "Little Girl Lost," FO//OW the Sun, ABC, 1961. "Chase the Dragon," Target: The Corrupters, ABC, 1962. Fair Exchange, CBS, 1962. Charlie Lee, "Aunt Bee's Restaurant," The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1963. "The Way the Fortune Cookie Crumbles," The Mickey Rooney Show (also known as Mickey), ABC, 1964. "The Case of the Feather Cloak," Perry Mason, CBS, 1965. Voice characterization, "The Sea Haunt," The Adventures ofjonny Quest (animated), ABC, 1965. The Littlest Hobo, syndicated, 1965. "Danny Was a Million Laughs," / Spy, NBC, 1965. "Last Path to Garcia," The Wackiest Ship in the Army, NBC, 1965. The Smothers Brothers Show, CBS, 1966. "Spy Master," The F.B.I., ABC, 1966. "The Courier," The F.B.I., ABC, 1967. "The Big Jade," Dragnet, NBC, 1967. Charlie Lee, The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1967. "The Great Kow-Tow," Family Affair, CBS, 1968. "The Big Amateur Cop," Dragnet, NBC, 1968. Mike Chang, "The Emperor of Rice," Big Valley, ABC, 1968. "As Cold As Ashes," The Outsider, NBC, 1968. Governor Donald Cory, "Whom Gods Destroy," Star Trek, NBC, 1969. Senator Oishi, "All the King's Horses," Hawaii FiveO, CBS, 1969. The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, NBC, 1969. "Project X," ft Takes a Thief, ABC, 1970. Paris 7000, ABC, 1970. "A Woman's Place," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1971. "Log 56: Vice Versa," Adam-12, NBC, 1971. "A Portrait of Debbie," Marcus Welby, M.D., ABC, 1971. "Lucy and the Chinese Curse," Here's Lucy, CBS, 1972, "Mary Hong Loves Tommy Chen," Adam-12, NBC, 1972. Love, American Style, ABC, 1974. Jeweler, "Where's Jennifer?," Cannon, CBS, 1974. Lu Chin, "The Melted Man," Cannon, CBS, 1975. Khan, CBS, 1975.

LUKE • 281 Dr. Creighton Fong, "The Mysterious Case of Lester and Dr. Fong," Harry O, ABC, 1976. Voice characterization,/afafaer/aw (animated), ABC, 1976. "Touch of Death," Quincy, M.E., NBC, 1977. "Patient 4077," M*A*5*H, CBS, 1978. "Death Mountain," Vega$, ABC, 1979. "A Night at Rosie's," M*A*S*H, CBS, 1979. "China Girl," How the West Was Won, CBS, 1979. "Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Aristotle, Niccolo Machiavelli, Sun Yat-sen/'Meet/ngof the Minds, PBS, 1979. Lin, "Island Angels," Charlie's Angels, ABC, 1980. "Death Takes a Holiday," MM*S*H, CBS, 1980. "The Yellow Rose," Bret Maverick, NBC, 1981. "You're Steele the One for Me," Remington Steele, NBC, 1982. "Separate Hearts," Fa/con Crest, CBS, 1983. "Forty Years from Sand Island," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983. "Maelstrom," Fa/con Crest, CBS, 1983. "The Travels of Marco and Friends," Voyagers, NBC, 1983. Sam Yeng, "The Maltese Cow," The A Team, NBC, 1983. Narrator, Reading Rainbow, PBS, 1983. "Hot Ice," Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, CBS, 1984. Miami Vice, NBC, 1985. "Chinatown Memories," Street Hawk, ABC, 1985. "The Golden Triangle," MacGyver, ABC, 1985. Jimmy Wong, "Requiem fora Fox," Crazy/./ke a Fox, CBS, 1985. Grandfather Ho, "The Apartment," Night Court, NBC, 1986. "Blood Sport," T.I. Hooker, CBS, 1986. Hwan Li, "Colors," Downtown, CBS, 1986. Mitsumo, The Golden Girls, NBC, 1986. Mr. Shibata, "Mac's Dilemma," Night Court, NBC, 1987. Voice characterization, The New Adventures of]onny Quest (animated), syndicated, 1987. Lorn Chen, "Tattoo, "Friday the 13th: The Series, syndicated, 1988. Master, Beauty and the Beast, CBS, 1988. Adam Chung, "Murderer's Sky," MacGyver, ABC, 1988. Also contributed voice characterizations to Space Ghost, CBS and NBC. Television Appearances; Movies: Thief, The Cat Creature, ABC, 1973. Lord Sun Ming, Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders, ABC, 1974.

282 • LUKE Due, Fly A way Home, ABC, 1981. Tan Ng, Cocaine and Blue Eyes, NBC, 1983. Chang Ching-Tzu, Blade in Hong Kong, CBS, 1985. Sabasan, 'The Last Electric Knight" (also known as "Sidekicks"), Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, 1986. Dr. Makimura, Blood Sport, CBS, 1986. Master Po, Kung Fu: The Movie, CBS, 1986.

Television Appearances; Specials: America Pauses for Springtime, CBS, 1959.

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 "Judgment: The Court Martial of the Tiger of MalayaGeneral Yamashita,"/4BC Theater, ABC, 1974. Judge, The 1988 Miss Universe Pageant, 1988. Stage Appearances: Wang Chi Yang, Flower Drum Song, St. James Theatre, New York City, 1958-60. Major Tours: Wang Chi Yang, Flower Drum Song, U.S. cities, 1960.*

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MacARTHUR, James

1937-

PERSONAL Born Decembers, 1937, in Los Angeles, CA; adopted son of Charles MacArthur (a writer) and Helen Hayes (an actress); married Melody Patterson (an actress; divorced); married a former professional golfer; children: Charles, Mary, two others. Education: Attended Harvard University. Addresses: /Agent—Henderson-Hogan, 247 South Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

David McVey, Cry of Battle, Allied Artists, 1963. William Ashton, The Truth About Spring, Universal, 1965. Ensign Ralston, The Bedford Incident, Columbia, 1965. Lieutenant Weaver, Battle of the Bulge, Warner Bros., 1965. The census taker, Ride Beyond Vengeance, Columbia, 1966. Larry Osborne, The Love-Ins, Columbia, 1967. The Preacher, Hang 'em High, United Artists, 1968. Deek Stacey, The Angry Breed, Commonwealth, 1968. Television Appearances; Series: Detective Danny Williams, Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1968-80.

Career: Actor. Awards, Honors: Theatre World Award, 1961. CREDITS Stage Appearances: (Stage debut) The Corn Is Green, OIney Theatre, MD, 1945. Life with Father, 1953. Invitation to a March, Broadway, 1960. The Players Club Centennial Salute, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1989. Film Appearances: Hal Ditmer, The Young Stranger, Universal, 1957. Johnny Butler, The Light in the Forest, Buena Vista, 1958. Rudi Matt, The Third Man on the Mountain, Buena Vista, 1959. David Balfour, Kidnapped, Buena Vista, 1960. Fritz, The Swiss Family Robinson, Buena Vista, 1960. Worship, The Interns, Columbia, 1962. Clayboy Spencer, Spencer's Mountain, Warner Bros., 1963.

Television Appearances; Movies: Walt Stomer, Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story, NBC, 1980. Cal Miller, The Night the Bridge Fell Down, NBC, 1983. Television Appearances; Episodic: "Deal a Blow/' Climax, CBS, 1955. "Tongues of Angels/' Studio One, CBS, 1958. "Young and Scared/' C.f. Theater, CBS, 1958. "Ticket to Tahiti/' Studio One, CBS, 1958. "The Innocent Assassin," Desilu Playhouse, CBS, 1959. "Night of the Auk," Play of the Week, syndicated, 1960. "Death for Sale," Untouchables, ABC, 1961. "And the Pursuit of Evil," Bus Stop, ABC, 1961. "The Dick Pederson Story," Wagon Train, NBC, 1962. "The Court Martial of Captain Wycliff," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1962. "Some Fires Die Slowly,"Sam Benedict, NBC, 1963. "Banner in the Sky," World of Disney, NBC, 1963.

284 • MACKINTOSH "The Hunley," Great Adventure, CBS, 1963. "A Shield Is for Hiding Behind/'/Arrest and Trial, ABC, 1963. "The Sophomore," Insight, syndicated, 1963. "Who Killed the Kind Doctor?/' Burke's Law, ABC, 1963. "La Belle Indifference/' Eleventh Hour, NBC, 1963. "Rodger Young/' The Creat Adventure, CBS, 1964. "Behind the Locked Door," Alfred Hitchcock Hour, CBS, 1964. "Jennifer," The Virginian, NBC, 1965. "A Destiny Which Made Us Brothers," Branded, NBC, 1966. "The Outsider," 12 O'Clock High, ABC, 1966. "Harvest," Cunsmoke, CBS, 1966. "Willie and the Yank," World of Disney, NBC, 1967. "Encounter," Combat, ABC, 1967. "Hondo and the Mad Dog," Hondo, ABC, 1967. "Pride of the Lioness," Tarzan, NBC, 1967. "Check Rain," Bonanza, NBC, 1967. "Kit Carson," Death Valley Days, syndicated, 1968. "Funny Girl," Fantasy Island, ABC, 1978. "Doctor's Wife," Time Express, CBS, 1979. "Next Door Wife," The Love Boat, ABC, 1979. Fantasy Island, ABC, 1981. "Heist," Vega$, ABC, 1981. Walking Tall, NBC, 1981. "I Don't Play Anymore," The Love Boat, ABC, 1982. Allan Geghart, "Hooray for Homicide," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1984. "Vicki's Gentleman Caller," The Love Boat, ABC, 1985. Television Appearances; Specials: CBS team member, Battle of the Network Stars III, 1977. CBS team member, Battle of the Network Stars IV, 1978. Helen Hayes: First Lady of the American Theatre, PBS, 1991. The Wonderful World of Disney: 40 Years of Television Magic, ABC, 1994. Television Appearances; Pilots: i.ass/ter, CBS, 1968.*

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 CREDITS Film Appearances: Simon Ward, Prick Up Your Ears, Samuel Goldwyn, 1987. Stan the rookie, Memphis Belle, Warner Bros., 1990. Muffdiver, London Kills Me, Fine Line Features, 1991. The brother, Six Characters in Search of an Author, 1992. Fred, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Buena Vista, 1992. Harold, Princess Caraboo, TriStar, 1994. Josh Tambini, Blue Juice, Skreba Films, 1995. Karl/Kim Foyle, Different for Girls, First Look Pictures, 1995. Sidney Giblet, Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets (also known as Grotesque), LIVE Entertainment, 1995. Sid, House of America, First Independent Films, 1996. Sebastian, Twelfth Night, Fine Line Features, 1996. Television Appearances; Movies: John Taplow, The Browning Version, 1985. Dick, Treasure Island, TNT, 1990. Rolfe, The Woman in Black, Arts and Entertainment, 1991. Nicholas Virson, Kissing the Gunner's Daughter, 1992. Greg, Safe, BBC, 1993. Charlie Kay, The Bhudda of Suburbia, 1993. Diggory Venn, "The Return of the Native," Hallmark Hall of Fame, CBS, 1994. Murder in the Mind, 1994. Bertie, Midnight Movie, 1994. Television Appearances; Specials: Lucky, The Luck Child, NBC, 1988. Newsboy, "The Plymouth Express," Mystery!, PBS, 1992. Francis, "A Dark Adapted Eye, "Mystery!, PBS, 1995. D. S. Cheetham, "Absolute Conviction," Mystery!, PBS, 1995. "Cadfael," Mystery!, PBS, 1995. Walter, Karaoke, Bravo, 1996. The Street, Prime Suspect 5: Errors of judgement, PBS, 1997. Also appeared in A Touch of Frost, Maigret, Inspector Morse, Van Der Valk, and Po/rot.

MACKINTOSH, Steven 1967(?)PERSONAL Born in c. 1967; married Lisa Jacobs (an actress); children: Martha. Career: Actor.

Television Appearances; Episodic: P. C. Fulford, "Nothing Personal," Between the Lines, BBC, 1992. Stage Appearances: Member of Britain's National Theatre, 1987-89. Also appeared at the National Theatre in The Tempest,

Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television • Volume 19 Cymbeline, Entertaining Strangers, and Brighton Beach Memoirs; West End credits include The Woman in Black, The Glory of the Garden, Look Look, and Bugsy Ma/one. OTHER SOURCES

MARCUM • 285 Television Appearances; Miniseries: Chuck Borchardt, Seduced by Madness: The Diane Borchardt Story (also known as Murderous Passion: The Diane Borchardt Story), NBC, 1996. Television Appearances; Series: Scott Mel rod, Great 5cott/, Fox, 1992.

Periodicals: Los Angeles Times, September 18,1997, pp. 13-15.*

MAGUIRE, Tobey 1975PERSONAL Born in 1975.

Television Appearances; Episodic: "Valentine's Day/' Roseanne, ABC, 1991. Duane Parsons, "The Prodigal Son," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994. Tracy Takes On. . ., HBO, 1996. OTHER SOURCES Periodicals: USA Today, October 22, 1997, p. 60.*

Addresses: Agent— Leslie Siebert, The Gersh Agency, 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA, 90210. MARCUM, Kevin 1955-1987

Career: Actor. CREDITS