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Born: November 4, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Palo Alto, California, USA Profession: Cast ...


Served as to associate producer of "Double Dare"
Was a series regular on "The Fall Guy" (ABC); played the bail bondswoman who gave the moonlighting title character his weekly assignments
Featured in the NBC series "The Gangster Chronicles"
Guest starred in an episode of the Fox sci-fi series "VR.5"
Produced the children's segment of President Clinton's inaugural celebration (broadcast on The Disney Channel)
Raised in Walnut Creek, California
Had a cameo role as the titular dreamgirl's mother in a flashback portion of "There's Something About Mary"
In the 1970s, was a researcher for the game shows "Split Second" and "Double Dare"
Starred as a hard-working professional and dedicated mother turned self-destructive heroin addict in the Lifetime original telefilm "Chasing the Dragon"
Joined the cast of the NBC sitcom "Night Court" in its second season, portraying public defender Christine Sullivan
Returned to series TV in the ABC sitcom "Odd Man Out"
Starred opposite John Ritter in the CBS series "Hearts Afire"
TV series debut in the short-lived comedy "Semi-Tough" (ABC)

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