Actress Jenilee Harrison is best known for her roles on "Three's Company" and the soap series "Dallas." She attended the University of Southern California and was a Rams cheerleader for two years before becoming an actress. She first appeared onscreen in the series "ChiPs" as a Rams cheerleader and then received her big break, replacing Suzanne Sommers on the sitcom "Three's Company," starring John Ritter. Harrison portrayed Jamie Ewing Barnes on the hit drama "Dallas" starting in 1984. She starred in 70 episodes and played the role until 1986, when she decided to leave the soap. Strangely enough, her character was killed off twice during her run. Harrison played a reluctant prostitute in the movie "Tank" alongside James Garner and C. Thomas Howell. She has also appeared on "Fantasy Island," "The Love Boat," "Murder, She Wrote" and "They Came from Outer Space" before guest starring on "That '70s Show" in 1999. She is married to actress Cybill Shepherd's ex-husband, Bruce Oppenheim.