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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 23 December 1937Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Barney Rosenzweig was born on December 23, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for Cagney & Lacey (1981), Daniel Boone (1964) and Morituri (1965). He has been married to Sharon Gless since May 4, 1991. He was previously married to Barbara Corday.

Spouse (3)

Sharon Gless (4 May 1991 - present)
Barbara Corday (1979 - 1990) (divorced)
? (? - ?) (divorced) (3 children)

Trivia (5)

Sits on USC School of Cinema-Television's Board of Councilors
Rosenzweig, who produced Cagney & Lacey (1981) was married to Barbara Corday, who was the creator/writer of the series. They divorced and he subsequently married one of the show's stars, Sharon Gless.
Not only is he a former student at USC, he was at one time a male cheerleader for football games.
Uncle-in-law of Bridget Gless.

Personal Quotes (1)

[In 2008, when asked what it was like to work with the stars of "Charlie's Angels"] Kate Jackson was difficult and never understood how beautiful she was and didn't want to be that. The other two girls were the models, and she wanted to be the actress of the group. She fought against her own physicality and put herself in turtlenecks and dowdy clothes. I didn't know that when I first met her and I said to her, "Boy, we're going to fire the cinematographer. You're gorgeous and you deserve to look better". She didn't like that. She wanted to be Marian the Librarian, and an unhappy girl, whom I liked. She was more of a feminist and higher conscious-level raised than the other two at that time. Jaclyn Smith is a sweetheart who at the time had very bad taste in men. She was a lovely girl with a beautiful family from Texas, since her father was a dentist. Nice people. She is solid as a rock. I had a big crush on Farrah Fawcett like the rest of America. Lovely, funny, natural comedienne. In a better world, would have had a much more prolific career. Real, natural talent. Underestimated, could have been as funny as Doris Day or my wife Sharon Gless. She didn't have a lot of training or background, but a solid comedienne and a lovely girl. I really liked her a lot.

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