Stars in a dinner theater production of the play "Cactus Flower" at New Theatre Restaurant, Overland Park, Kansas.
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5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
I mean, certain things had to remain the same. She had to remain one of the antagonists because that was the structure of the show. In the second season, we saw for the first time that she was unhappy with "Frank" and wanted more from her life. Then around the third or fourth year, in an episode called M*A*S*H: The Nurses
(1976), "Hot Lips" gave the nurses a speech telling them how lonely she was...
During a M*A*S*H
(1972) season hiatus, Loretta starred as "Chris Cagney" in the pilot episode of Cagney & Lacey
(1981) in 1981. She wanted to leave the show, which was in its ninth season, to star as the police officer when the pilot was picked up. The "M*A*S*H" producers, however, wouldn't let her go. Meg Foster
subbed in for Loretta, who in turn was replaced by Sharon Gless