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K.C. Ligon (1948–2009)


Born into a theatrical family (her mother was actress and dialect coach Nora Dunfee and her father was veteran Broadway and film actor David Clarke), she made her Broadway debut in "Under Milk Wood" at the age of eight, and subsequently appeared with her parents in the National Tour of "The Visit" with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. She attended ... See full bio »

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Known For

Prime Time
Prime Time Maxine Waldman
(1977)
The Adams Chronicles
(1976)
Capitol
Capitol Writer
(1982)
Starsky and Hutch
Starsky and Hutch Patty Nash
(1977)

Filmography

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 1978 The Paper Chase (TV Series)
Linda O'Connor
- The Paper Chase (1978) ... Linda O'Connor (as Katharine Dunfee Clarke)
 1977 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)
Patty Nash
- The Set-Up: Part 2 (1977) ... Patty Nash (as Katharine Dunfee Clarke)
- The Set-Up: Part 1 (1977) ... Patty Nash (as Katharine Dunfee Clarke)
 1977 Prime Time
Maxine Waldman (as Katherine Dunfee Clark)
 1974 Police Woman (TV Series)
Sheila
- The Beautiful Die Young (1974) ... Sheila (as Katherine Dunfee Clark)
 1974 The Bob Newhart Show (TV Series)
Dee Dee
- Mind Your Own Business (1974) ... Dee Dee (as Katharine Dunfee)
 1973 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)
Donna
- Catch a Ring That Isn't There (1973) ... Donna (as Katharine Dunfee)
 1964 The Patty Duke Show (TV Series)
Molly / Juliet
- Practice Makes Perfect (1964) ... Molly (as Katharine Dunfee)
- Chip Off the Old Block (1964) ... Juliet (as Katharine Dunfee)
 1961 Camera Three (TV Series)
Virginie
- A Simple Heart (1961) ... Virginie
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 2002 The Salton Sea (dialect coach - uncredited)
 2001 After the Storm (TV Movie) (dialect coach - uncredited)
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 1982 Capitol (TV Series) (as Katharine Dunfee Clarke)
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K.C. Ligon is a dialect coach on Broadway and throughout the New York theatre community. Her many credits include the acclaimed revivals of "1776", "The Rose Tattoo", "She Loves Me", and "Holiday", as well as "How I Learned to Drive", "Valley Song", "The Immigrant", "Song of Singapore", "Entertaining Mr. Sloane", "The Two ... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Katherine Dunfee Clark | Katharine Dunfee Clarke | Katharine Clarke | Katharine Dunfee
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In the spring of 1960, when she was eleven years old, as the youngest member of 'The Visit' company, she presented a bouquet of red roses to legendary acting couple Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne on the occasion of the closing performance of the play and the Lunts' farewell to the theatre, on the stage of the City Center Theater in New York, in the midst of a thunderous ovation. See more »

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