(May 1 to June 20, 1987) She acted in Andrew Bergman's play, "Social Security," in a Mike Nichols' production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Laurence Luckinbill in the cast. Peter Lawrece was director.
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Everybody has a unique, interesting story to tell. I think what people can take away from this is that their story isn't any less valuable than mine, or my mother's. And because she had fame, that did not make her life that much easier or luckier. She had lots of perks. I doubt she would have traded what she had. But it wasn't all that easy. A lot is expected of people who have that kind of fame....
First choice for the role of Betty Rizzo in Grease
(1978), she was allegedly dropped from consideration when her mother, Lucille Ball
, called Paramount and said, "I used to own that studio; my daughter's not doing a screen test!" Ball actually owned the studio which was bought by Paramount, Desilu. The role went to Stockard Channing
when the casting director remembered seeing her with Arnaz in ...