Lucie Désirée Arnaz is an American actress and producer. Lucie Arnaz was born and raised in Los Angeles and she is the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, and is the sister of actor Desi Arnaz, Jr. Having had walk-on roles in her mothers television series The Lucy Show and she played Kim Carter, the daughter of the eponymous Lucy—who was played by Arnazs real-life mother, Lucille Ball. Arnaz branched out into television roles independent of her family from the mid-1970s, in 1975, she played murder victim Elizabeth Short in an NBC telefilm of Who is the Black Dahlia. In 1978, she appeared in an episode of Fantasy Island as a woman trying to save her marriage. She has continued to make appearances in a number of television series over the years, including Murder, She Wrote, Marcus Welby M. D. Sons and Daughters. Arnaz had a series of her own, The Lucie Arnaz Show. She won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Special, in 1993 for her documentary about her parents and Desi and she has had a lengthy career in musical theatre.
In the summer of 1978, she played the role in Annie Get Your Gun at the Jones Beach Theatre on Long Island. This was the first production at Jones Beach Theatre after the death of longtime producer Guy Lombardo and she made her Broadway debut in February 1979 in the musical Theyre Playing Our Song. Arnaz won the Theatre World Award and the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Sonia Walsk. In 1986, she won the Sarah Siddons Award for her tour with Tommy Tune in the company of the musical My One. She has numerous other theater credits, both in the United States and abroad, Whose Life Is It Anyway and she toured in Pippin in 2014, playing the part of Berthe, the title characters grandmother. She appeared on Broadway in Pippin, from October 9,2014 to November 9,2014, in 2010, Arnaz performed in and directed Babalu, A Celebration of the Music of Desi Arnaz and his Orchestra. A Miami, Florida performance was given in July 2010, Arnaz made feature-film appearances, including The Jazz Singer in which she co-starred with Neil Diamond and Laurence Olivier.
She earned a nomination for the 1981 Golden Globe Award, Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, Arnaz was a Trustee on the Board of The American Theatre Wing for 15 years. From about 2002 to 2007, Arnaz was the president of the board of directors of the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center in Jamestown and she resigned over a dispute with the executive director over the future direction of the Center. She appeared live on stage in Jamestown at the Reg Lenna Palace Civic Center on August 3,2012 and she gave tribute to both her parents, and expressed a desire to further expand the Festival of New Comedy and expand the Jamestown, New York, Lucy Fest
Christina Applegate is an American actress and dancer who as an adolescent actress started playing the role of Kelly Bundy on the Fox sitcom Married. In her adult years, Applegate established a film and television career, winning an Emmy and earning Tony and she is known for doing the voice of Brittany in the Alvin and the Chipmunks film series. She has starred in numerous Broadway theatre productions such as the 2005 revival of the musical Sweet Charity, Applegate was born in Hollywood, California. Her father, Robert William Bob Applegate, was a producer and record company executive. Her parents were separated shortly after her birth and she has two half-siblings from her fathers remarriage. After her parents divorce, her mother had a relationship with musician Stephen Stills and she was seen as a guest in the shows, Father Murphy, Charles in Charge, and Silver Spoons. In 1986, Applegate won the role of Robin Kennedy, a policemans daughter, in the police drama series Heart of the City. Meanwhile, she was seen guest starring in other television series such as All is Forgiven, Still the Beaver, Amazing Stories.
In 1987, Applegate played the role of the ditzy, sexually promiscuous daughter, Kelly Bundy, on the Fox Networks first sitcom and she portrayed her character for 11 years. While working on the series, Applegate was seen in Dance til Dawn and in Streets, Applegate guest-starred in 21 Jump Street and Top of the Heap, and hosted Saturday Night Live and MADtv. Applegate followed with roles in such as Vibrations, Across the Moon, Wild Bill, Tim Burtons Mars Attacks. Applegate was one of the members of The Pussycat Dolls. Applegate emceed for the group when they moved to The Roxy in 2002, in 1996, Applegate auditioned for the role of Rose in James Camerons blockbuster hit fim Titanic, but lost to Kate Winslet. In 1998, Applegate was given the role in the NBC sitcom Jesse. Though the series gained critical praise, it was cancelled in 2000, the new millennium had Applegate playing the dual role of a 12th-century noblewoman, Princess Rosalind, and her 21st-century descendant, Julia Malfete, in the time-travel comedy Just Visiting.
She was Princess Gwendolyn and Kate in the movie Prince Charming, in 2004, Applegate starred alongside Ben Affleck in the holiday comedy Surviving Christmas, and alongside Matt Dillon in Employee of the Month. Behind the screen, she was the producer of Comforters. She won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series her performance in The One with Rachels Other Sister
Trudi Ames is a former actress most notable for her uncredited but memorable role in Bye Bye Birdie as Kims best friend Ursula. She had a role as Libby in Gidget Goes to Rome and was an extra in Gypsy. In a TV special on January 7,1965, she was named by ABC as one of the twelve most promising young actresses. She appeared on television series as The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Make Room for Daddy, Green Acres. The daughter of Louis Ziskind, a worker for Los Angeles Jewish Committee for Personal Service. Her post-acting life has included teaching in the Los Angeles area public schools for twenty years, as Prashant Ziskind, she has worked as a life transitions coach, particularly for creative people including performance artists
Melissa Sue Anderson
Melissa Sue Anderson is an American-Canadian actress. She began her career as a child actress, Anderson is known for her role as Mary Ingalls on the NBC drama series Little House on the Prairie. She is known for her roles, Vivian in Midnight Offerings, Ginny in the cult classic slasher Happy Birthday to Me. Her show business began when a dance teacher urged her parents to find an agent for her. She began doing commercials, and soon she was in demand for television roles. Her first came in a 1972 episode of Bewitched entitled Tabithas First Day Of School, a memorable early role of hers was of Millicent, a girl who kissed Bobby, which caused Bobby to fear contracting mumps, and induced him to see fireworks on The Brady Bunch. At the age of eleven, Anderson landed the role of Mary Ingalls in Little House on the Prairie. She would go on to star on the show for eight seasons, beginning in 1974 and leaving after season seven, in 1976, Michael Landon asked Anderson if she would appear in his autobiographical film, The Loneliest Runner.
Anderson agreed to play Nancy Rizzi, the first girlfriend of John Curtis, in 1977, she once again co-starred as the love interest opposite Lance Kerwin in the television film James at 15. Which aired as an ABC Afterschool Special in 1979, in 1979, she played the title role of Dana Lee Gilbert, a North Dakota transfer student to Los Angeles San Fernando Valley, California in CBSs TV movie Survival of Dana. In 1980, Anderson earned a TP de Oro Award for Best Foreign Actress for her role in Little House on the Prairie and this followed a successful visit to Spain in 1979 to appear as a guest on RTVEs program,625 Lineas. In 1981, she earned a Young Artist Award nomination for her performance in the Canadian slasher film Happy Birthday to Me, in 1998, she was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2010, Anderson released her autobiography entitled The Way I See It - A Look Back at My Life on Little House.
The autobiography covers her pre- and post-Little House career, her side-projects during the Little House years and her husband, Michael Sloan, became naturalized Canadians in 2007. Child and Youth Actors, Filmography of Their Entire Careers, 1914-1985, Melissa Sue Anderson at the Internet Movie Database Melissa Sue Anderson interview on YouTube
Tara Lynne Barr
Tara Lynne Barr is an American actress. Barr was born in Orange County and her parents are long-time employees of Southern California Edison Company. They enrolled Barr and her older sister Erin in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Huntington Valleys before-, when the Huntington Valley Boys and Girls Clubs started their Clubhouse Theatre program, Barrs sister auditioned for and performed in several childrens theater productions. Barr was inspired to take up acting after seeing her sister on stage, after performing in ten productions with the Clubhouse Theatre, Barr turned her attention to film and television. At the age of 11, she starred in the comedy short film Road Kill. She appeared as the host of Encores Fear Fest,31 Nights of Horror and she has appeared in television shows such as Joan of Arcadia, Crossing Jordan, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, and The Bold and the Beautiful. In 2011, she co-starred in the Bobcat Goldthwait film God Bless America, official website Tara Lynne Barr at the Internet Movie Database Tara Lynne Barr at the TCM Movie Database Tara Lynne Barr at AllMovie
Paola Nicole Andino is a Puerto Rican-born American actress. She is best known for her role as Emma Alonso in the Nickelodeon series. Andino was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico, and moved to Dallas, after a guest appearance in an episode of Greys Anatomy, in 2011 she starred in Hallmark Hall of Fames movie Beyond the Blackboard. In December 2013, she got the role of Emma Alonso, the lead, in the series Every Witch Way. For this role she was nominated as Best Young Actress at the 29th Imagen Awards, paola Andino at the Internet Movie Database
Adrienne Eliza Houghton is an American singer-songwriter, recording artist, actress and television personality. Adrienne Bailon first became known when she rose to fame as a founding member. Bailon recorded a solo album which was shelved. Since then, Bailon has stated that she plans to record a Spanish-language solo album. Aside from her work in 3LW and The Cheetah Girls, Bailon went on to develop her own acting career with roles in The Cheetah Girls films, Coach Carter and the MTV film All Youve Got. Aside from her work in film, she has guest starred in television series including the Disney Channel series Thats So Raven. Bailon co-stars alongside television personality and actress Julissa Bermudez in their own reality series, Empire Girls, Adrienne met Julissa on the set of the 2006 film All Youve Got. Currently, Bailon is one of the hosts of syndicated talk show The Real along with former fellow Disney Channel star Tamera Mowry, Jeannie Mai, and Loni Love, which premiered on July 15,2013. Bailons career, spanning over 16 years with both 3LW and The Cheetah Girls, has helped her sell a combined 5.6 million recording albums worldwide.
Bailon was born to a Puerto Rican mother, Nilda Alicea and she grew up in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Bailon has a sister, Claudette. Bailons parents are divorced, and she was raised by her mother and stepfather and she attended High School for Health Professions and Human Services, but did not pursue a career in the medical field because of her musical endeavors. Bailon commented I really wanted to be an Obstetrician, I wanted to bring babies into the world. Bailon was discovered by Latin pop singer Ricky Martin in October 1999 while she was performing in a choir at Madison Square Garden. Following the performance, Bailon became a member of the girl group 3LW, Bailon stated that she was spotted by a producer while on a field trip to Beth Israel, and was offered a slot in the female trio. Bailon said. coming from humble beginnings in the projects of the Lower East Side. I sang in church, acted in all the church and school plays, so when the opportunity came to join a girl group I was ready.
The group was signed to Epic Records, Kiely Williams and Naturi Naughton were the other two members of the group, and work on their debut album began in 1999
Alison Margaret Arngrim is a Canadian-American actress and author. Arngrims father, Thor Arngrim, was a Canadian-born Hollywood manager and her brother, Stefan was a child actor, perhaps best known for his role as Barry Lockridge on the Irwin Allen science fiction television series, Land of the Giants. Arngrim has claimed that her brother sexually molested her from age six until nine and she originally auditioned for the role of Laura Ingalls, and later, Mary Ingalls, but was instead cast in the role of antagonist, Nellie Oleson. Arngrim would play the role of Nellie for seven seasons and her became a cultural reference. Years later, in one of her routines, Arngrim described playing Nellie on Little House on The Prairie as like having PMS for seven years. In 2002, she was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star Lifetime Achievement Award for her work as an actress on Little House. At the 2006 TV Land Awards, Arngrim tied with Danielle Spencer as the Character Most in Need of a Time-out for her role as Nellie.
In addition to her role on Little House, Arngrim recorded the record album, Heeeres Amy. Her mother, who voiced the Kennedy children on the albums of Vaughn Meader. After leaving Little House, Arngrim appeared in guest-starring roles on television series as The Love Boat. She was a frequent panelist on the short-lived NBC game show Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour, in addition to performing, Arngrim devotes her time to charitable organizations. One of her inspirations for her charity work is the memory of her friend and fellow actor Steve Tracy, Tracy died from complications from AIDS in 1986, after which Arngrim set her sights on becoming an activist for AIDS awareness. She focuses on issues, such as child abuse, speaking frequently for. In 2004, Arngrim revealed on Larry King Live that she herself was an incest survivor, in 2010, Arngrim authored an autobiography titled Confessions of a Prairie Bitch, How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated. In the book she, for the first time, publicly identified her childhood abuser, though the book is mostly light-hearted and received praise for her ability to mix humor.
She wrote and performed a version, which premiered at Club Fez in New York. She performed this show at Parliament House, a gay resort in Orlando. Arngrim was briefly married to a writer, Donald Spencer, in the late 1980s, Arngrim and Schoonover live in Los Angeles
Ann Barnes was an actress and pop singer, best known for appearing as Cookie Bumstead on the short-lived television series Blondie, based on the popular Chic Young comic strip. In the series executive-produced by Hal Roach, Arthur Lake reprised the role of Dagwood, “Blondie” was played in the TV series by Pamela Britton. Barnes played the Bumsteads daughter as a bright, precocious girl, full of worldly wisdom, the energetic actress would often dance her way into and out of scenes. When even these acting roles dried up, Barnes took a stab at a recording career, recording a bouncy pop ballad called Whispering Wind. Recording under the name Dixie Ann Barnes, she sang about every teenage girls lament, Whispering Wind can be found on the pop CD anthologies Soda Pop Babies and Restless Doll. Barnes is pictured on the cover of Soda Pop Babies, according to the liner notes in Soda Pop Babies, Barnes was crowned the Princess of Hollywood for April,1962, by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. According to long-time colleague and fellow child actor Paul Petersen, Barnes had a childhood at the hands of abusive parents.
In her adult life, she spoke about her years in show business. Barnes eventually returned to her town of Lansing, Michigan. She died on September 13,2005, according to Petersen, the body of this forgotten, exploited talent was not discovered for almost a week. In 2005, Petersen wrote a tribute to his colleague and friend on his website devoted to advocacy for former and current child performers. Entitled When Sparrows Fall, Petersen recounts the lives and obscure deaths of two underappreciated child actors, Ann Barnes and Tommy Bond. Audio CD, Classics Records #715 Ann Barnes at the Internet Movie Database When Sparrows Fall. at A Minor Consideration
Eva Maria Olivia Amurri Martino, known professionally as Eva Amurri Martino, is an American film and television actress. Amurri Martino was born in New York City, to Italian director Franco Amurri and she attended Friends Seminary for middle school, and graduated from Saint Anns School in Brooklyn, New York, and Brown University. Amurri Martino had a role in the 2002 film The Banger Sisters, in which her mother starred and she guest-starred, along with her mother, on an episode of Friends in Season 7 Episode 15 in which she is slapped by Sarandon. In 2004, she appeared in Saved and she guest-hosted Attack of the Show with Kevin Pereira. She had a role in the season of the Showtime series Californication, where she played Jackie. Amurri Martino played the role in the 2008 film Middle of Nowhere. In 2009, she appeared as Shelly in the episode The Playbook of How I Met Your Mother, Amurri Martino starred in the thriller film Isolation, directed by Stephen T. Kay. In 2010, she appeared in the Fox series House as Nicole in the episode The Choice, in 2012, she appeared in Happy Madison Productions Thats My Boy as young Mary McGarricle.
Her mother appeared in the film as McGarricles older self, Amurri married former Major League Soccer player and current NBC Sports broadcaster Kyle Martino on October 29,2011. They have two children, a daughter and a son, in August 2015, Amurri Martino revealed they had a miscarriage at nine weeks. Amurri Martino is a resident of Pound Ridge, New York. Eva Amurri at the Internet Movie Database Eva Amurri at AllMovie Eva Amurri on Twitter
Allisyn Ashley Arm
Allisyn Ashley Arm is an American actress and sketch comedian. Arm is most known for her role as Zora Lancaster on Sonny with a Chance. Allisyn Ashley Arm was born on April 25,1996 in Glendale, California to Steve and Anji Arm. After seeing a number of plays in the Los Angeles area, her parents saw her act when she was half a year old, the first acting job Arm booked was for a Bounty commercial that never aired. She would go on to appearances in episodes of Friends, 10-8, Miracles. Arm had roles on such as Man of the House. In 2009, Arm appeared as Zora in the Disney Channel original series Sonny with a Chance, after the shows cancellation, she appeared in the run of what had originally been a show within a show, the sketch comedy series So Random. She appeared in Amber Lilys music video Overloadin with her So Random, Arm recently voiced the character Stormy in the Disney Junior series Jake and the Never Land Pirates. As a supporter of PETA, Allisyn Ashley Arm has been a vegetarian since she was 5 years old as a part of a vegetarian family, at age 12, she became vegan.
Arm attended the opening of the Bob Barker Building that was established by Bob Barker. In an interview with People, Arm said, I watch a lot of SNL skits online, I love Chris Farley and Jim Carrey. I always think, What would Jim Carrey do in this scene, hes a lot of my inspiration for my character. Official website Allisyn Ashley Arm at the Internet Movie Database
Beverly Elaine Aadland was an American film actress. She appeared in films including South Pacific, as a teenager, she co-starred in the Errol Flynn film Cuban Rebel Girls, and entered a relationship with him. Aadland was born in Hollywood and she entered show business as a youngster, appearing in the film Death of a Salesman. Beverly Elaine Aadland was 17 at the time she was with actor Errol Flynn when he died of an attack on October 14,1959 in Vancouver. The book was made into a play starring Tracey Ullman. Beverly Aadland gave an account of her relationship with Flynn in People in 1988 and her relationship with Flynn was the subject of the 2013 movie The Last of Robin Hood. Aadland was played by Dakota Fanning, in 1960 William Stanciu, her boyfriend, died in her apartment after being shot in a struggle between the two. That event led to her being a ward of the court for the following year, Aadland was married and divorced twice before she married Ronald Fisher in the late 1960s. Beverly Fisher née Aadland died on January 5,2010 at the Lancaster Community Hospital from complications of diabetes and congestive heart failure