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Born: August 14, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Misrepresented her experience to get signed to a modeling agency
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Lived and worked in Paris; became Charles Aznavour's assistant
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Encouraged to act by Aznavour, took a six-week acting course
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Returned to the US; became involved with 1960s counterculture
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Signed to a long-term contract with Universal Studios
1966:
TV acting debut, playing Peggy Maxwell in the NBC TV-movie "Fame Is the Name of the Game"
1968:
Made feature debut in "P.J." opposite George Peppard
1968:
Re-teamed with Peppard for "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?"; also starred Mary Tyler Moore
1968:
Series regular debut, reprising role of Peggy Maxwell for NBC's "Name of the Game"
1968:
Played the recurring role of Charlotte 'Chuck' Brown, a kooky thief on the ABC series "It Takes a Thief"
1971:
Played Sally, the wife of the San Francisco police commissioner (Rock Hudson) in NBC's "McMillan and Wife"; left the series in 1976 over a contract dispute
1977:
First feature lead, opposite Peter Fonda in "Outlaw Blue"
1979:
Co-starred with George Hamilton in the successful vampire comedy, "Love At First Bite"
1980:
First screen pairing with Jane Curtain in the comedy feature, "How to Beat the High Cost of Living"
1984:
Returned to series TV, playing Kate McArdle opposite Jane Curtin in the comedy series "Kate & Allie" (CBS); received three Emmy Award nominations for her role
1989:
Portrayed herself on an episode of NBC's "Tattingers"
1991:
Bought WZBG-FM radio station in Litchfield County, CT and debuted as morning news and public affairs reporter
1996:
Guest-starred on the ABC sitcom, "The Drew Carey Show"; series starred niece, Christa Miller
2006:
Played a defense attorney on an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC)
2008:
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (June)

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