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Born: October 28, 1952 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Nashville, Tennessee, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Referring to Potts's first appearance upon joining the cast of "Love and War" in its second season, Eric Mink of the Daily News (September 20, 1993) wrote: "But then, something miraculous happens: Annie Potts, playing a new character, Dana Palladino, walks through the restaurant's door, and the show is transformed. Potts might as well be brandishing thunderbolts. She walks on the set, and the place becomes electric. Snappy dialogue fills the air. Confrontations between Palladino and Stein (Jay Thomas) crackle with smart, sassy energy. And Potts infuses the show with the kind of sexual tension that writer-producer Diane English has always talked about but had not been able to deliver."

"When people ask me about 'Designing Women' now, I feel how James Taylor must feel when he has to play 'Fire and Rain' again. To tell the truth, I've moved on." --Annie Potts to Entertainment Weekly, September 3, 1999.

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