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Born: November 22, 1958 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1981:
First received top billing in a TV-movie, "Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story"
1979:
First TV variety special appearance, "Circus of the Stars"
1989:
Played Hannah Miller on the ABC sitcom, "Anything But Love," co-starring opposite Richard Lewis
1996:
Was profiled for an installment of "Biography" on A&E
1995:
Starred as Heidi Holland in the TNT Screenworks presentation of Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles"
2004:
Starred opposite Tim Allen in the comedy "Christmas with the Kranks"
1991:
Co-hosted (along with Dennis Miller and Jerry Seinfeld) the 43rd annual Emmy Awards ceremony
1996:
Did a guest shot on two episodes of ABC's "The Drew Carey Show" as Soux, a free-spirited hairdresser
2002:
Once again played Laurie Strode in "Halloween Resurrected"
1981:
Reprised role of Laurie Strode in "Halloween II"
2000:
Co-starred in the comedy "Drowning Mona"
1981:
First TV-movie, "She's in the Army Now"
1994:
Reprised the role of Shelly, now married to Aykroyd's character, for "My Girl 2"
1989:
Unsuccessfully tried out for the title role of Wendy Wasserstein's "The Heidi Chronicles" on the NYC stage; lost role to Joan Allen (date approximate)
2008:
Played Aunt Viv in "Beverly Hills Chihuahua"
2010:
Played a supporting role in the romantic comedy "You Again"
2018:
Appeared in the thriller "The Pages"
2018:
Appeared in the comedy "Senior Entourage"
1978:
Made her film-acting debut in John Carpenter's "Halloween"; her performance as Laurie Strode established her reputation as a 'Scream Queen'
1977:
Made TV debut with guest appearances on "Columbo", "The Love Boat" and "The Nancy Drew Mysteries"
1991:
Re-teamed with Aykroyd for "My Girl"; played Shelly, a hippie love interest hired to apply makeup to cadavers and provide female guidance for Aykroyd's on-screen daughter
1998:
Received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
2003:
Starred as the mother in the family feature "Freaky Friday"; earned a golden globe nomination for best actress in a musical or comedy
1977:
TV series debut as Lt. Barbara Duran in the ABC sitcom, "Operation Petticoat"
1992:
Made TV directing debut with the episode "Call of the Mild" of the series, "Anything But Love" (episode aired January 8, 1992)
1993:
Made her publishing debut with the children's book <i>When I Was Little: A Four-Year Old's Memoir of Her Youth</i>
1976:
Was considering majoring in drama in college but left after a semester, wanting to get practical experience right away; put under contract by Universal
1998:
Again reprised her most famous role of Laurie in the sequel "Halloween H2O"
1983:
Had her breakthrough feature comedy role in John Landis' "Trading Places" starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd; first collaboration with Aykroyd; established her reputation as a screen sexpot
1995:
Co-starred opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in James Cameron's "True Lies"
2011:
Voiced Ryoko in the English-language dub of Goro Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli period drama "From Up on Poppy Hill"
2012:
Had a recurring guest role on "NCIS"
2012:
Had a recurring role as Jess and Abby's mom on "New Girl"
2015:
Starred on the horror series "Scream Queens"
2018:
Reprised role of Laurie Strode, supposedly for the final time, in David Gordon Green's "Halloween"

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