Her role in Gia won her another Golden Globe, and her role in Columbo won her an Emmy Award. Her roles in The Towering Inferno and Network catapulted her to the limelight. Outside of animals rights, she is also very active politically. Fun fact: during the 90s she was voice over actress for Catwoman on the animated Batman series! Her introduction to the public was as a theater actress. Now — Bo Derek Talk about aging well! She also looked set to break out as James Caan's love interest in Rollerball 1975. Shortly afterwards, she was diagnosed with Epstein-Barr Syndrome, which left her constantly fatigued.
Her beauty was well known and her style was a regular topic of conversation. Then — Aretha Franklin It would be a crime to have a list of 70s stars and leave out the Queen of soul herself, Aretha Franklin. Film Year Character Type Double Exposure 1983 Sgt. Then — Erin Gray Erin Gray transcended the gender gap that frequently limited female actresses in television.
Parsons in the 1982—1985 television series Matt Houston. The actress also wrote a memoir called Jeannie Out of the Bottle, which was published in 2011, depicting her years in acting, her three marriages, and the loss of her only child to substance abuse. Her television appearances in Two and a Half Men, My Name is Earl, and The Bold and the Beautiful have kept her pretty busy. She is also active in the philanthropic community, and is a spokesperson for City of Hope, a not-for-profit clinical research center in California. Together, they produce content for television, new media, and film.
Personal Life For her personal life, it is known that Pamela has been married since 1982 to television executive producer E. Then — Lola Falana After she was discovered by Sammy Davis Jr. After that show ended in the spring of 1985, she abruptly retired from acting. She even snagged herself a Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer for this performance.
Now — Aretha Franklin deceased It saddens us to say that Aretha is no longer with us physically, but we can all find common ground with the fact that she is definitely with all of us spiritually and emotionally. After all, she was only 17 when she was chosen for the breakthrough role. Mary Tyler Moore was an icon at the time. Pamela Hensley has had an encounter with. Her role in the Star Wars Films made her an icon and favorite of the space opera genre.
All too sadly though, Carrie passed away in December 2016 after a massive heart attack. She also acted as the Artistic Director at the Havens Project, which provides underprivileged children in Portland with access to a theater and drama program. Then — Barbi Benton At a rather young age, Barbi posed for Playboy magazine several times, making her instantly known to American men everywhere. Now — Cybill Shepherd Shepherd has maintained a steady career in Hollywood since the 70s.
But she certainly made a memorable big-screen debut in There Was a Crooked Man 1970 , in which Pamela--along with veteran actress Jeanne Cooper--helped break the Hollywood skin barrier by showing her tits in a big-studio Western starring Henry Fonda, no less. She currently resides in Portland and in 2014 directed Bo-Nita at the local Center Stage. She is married to Harry Winer, and both of whom are company principals for the production company Smash Media. Her father was a veterinarian. She originally came to Hollywood with the intent of pursuing a singing career and was first cast as a voiceover actress for Josie and the Pussycats. She has been married since 1982 to a television executive producer.
She has been in acclaimed films such as North Country, Nine Lives, and A Home at the End of the World. Cybill is still as sharp as ever, involved behind the camera as well as in front of it in production and writing. Erin was then offered a critical role on Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, and she played the first female Colonel on a television series in history. Her debut was in the dramedy There Was a Crooked Man. Now — Pamela Hensley The now 66-year-old Pamela lives in California and no longer acting. The following image features right-to-left Pamela, her husband, and friends.
Her career took off when she acted in Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. She became very involved in animal rights activism, and in 1986 founded the Brigitte Bardot Foundation for the Welfare and Protection of Animals. Kiley during the last season of Marcus Welby, M. After 25 episodes, she was replaced by Tanya Roberts. Sadly for the blossoming actress, the show only ran for two seasons. Now — Ali MacGraw Today, MacGraw focuses on animal activism and yoga.
In 2010 she said she was suffering from Morgellons syndrome, a form of delusional infestation. Her father was a veterinarian. Her folk style songs spoke to the flower generation, in inspiration for peace and a simple time. Then — Joni Mitchell The angelic voice of Joni Mitchell is what the 70s sound like.